Monthly Archives: May 2013

Why Do You Always Say It That Way¿

Rhetorical questions are a strange animal. They can throw us especially when someone manages to sneak in an absolute like “always”, “every”, “any”, “all” “never, “can’t”, and “don’t”. Like “Can’t you do anything right ¿” From Wikipedia “A rhetorical question is a … Continue reading

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Intercourse is for Pleasure….

I asked a guy the other week what conversation is for and he replied, “for enjoyment”. Sure, conversation is enjoyable but sex also is for pleasure but it also has a fundamental purpose, procreation. Besides giving us pleasure, is there … Continue reading

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Two Types of Anger; Mine and Yours!

I was told today that there are two types of anger, by my barber. “What, righteous anger?” I suggested and he reiterated “yes there is a right time for anger and a wrong time”. I told him that if he … Continue reading

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Drawing Boundaries, Devil in the Detail

Can anyone argue that life is not about learning to draw our own boundaries? To me, complaining to or about someone’s behaviour before we drew our line is unreasonable and is probably the first boundary needed to be drawn by each … Continue reading

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Is Unconsciousness, the Price of Marriage.

What’s conversation for? For example I converse to convert my own concepts. AKA to increase my consciousness. His reply: What’s that? I’ve been married 10 years and have 3 kids, I don’t know what that is and I am not … Continue reading

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CEOs, Consciousness and Rethinking Perfection

The measure of an animal’s consciousness, according to David Eagleman, author of Incognito is that if it looks like a jumble of input and output subroutines, then the less it gives evidence of consciousness. He doesn’t say this but his definition … Continue reading

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In A Team of Rivals Many Become One

David Eagleman, author of Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain, reckons that our brains are made up of a team of rivals. Starting with the rivals of the left and right side of our brains to a multitude of … Continue reading

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