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Two Opposites, One Truth

Two Opposites, One Truth

Is it possible for two people to have radically opposing viewpoints, and both be right at the same time? Let’s take a look. My husband and I had planned to go for a walk on a spring Sunday morning. “No sleeping in. Let’s just do it as soon as we wake up,” he said. I...
Want More Calm in Relationships?

Want More Calm in Relationships?

Have you noticed how your day is compiled of tiny timed fragments? You have 6 extra minutes to lay in bed after the alarm. You have 20 minutes in the bathroom to get ready. 10 minutes for breakfast. 25-30 minutes for the commute. X minutes for lunch before another x...
The True Purpose of Holidays

The True Purpose of Holidays

My husband doesn’t like holidays. Apparently, holidays are nothing but commercial inventions to sell us stuff we don’t need. He’s not quite Grinch since he doesn’t mind my delight with holidays, but he participates with great reluctance and furious criticism. Yet...
Can We Hide Our Thoughts?

Can We Hide Our Thoughts?

Ice-berg analogies have got to be some of the most over-used analogies in the world of analogies. But I guess since these ice monstrosities are massive in size and strength, they can handle the general wear-and-tear in PowerPoints across the globe because a few days...
Why Low Self-Esteem Is Hurting Others

Why Low Self-Esteem Is Hurting Others

Have you ever wondered why people with large over-blown egos are more likely to succeed than the reserved I-don’t-think-much-of-myself folks? Both are indicators of self-esteem and versions of judgment: the former I’m better than you, and the latter You’re better than...