Starting setting a goal, could be demanding, you begin to wonder how to choose a goal, how to find your purpose and still focus… then you start your research and more important you need willingness to commit to new challenges. As well, a learning goal facilitates or enhances metacognition by namely, planning, monitoring, and… More Do you have a goal?
In a recent review of studies on children’s understanding of death, medics Alan Bates and Julia Kearney describe how: Partial understanding of universality, irreversibility, and nonfunctionality usually develops between the ages of 5 and 7 years, but a more complete understanding of death concepts, including causality, is not generally seen until around age 10. Prior to understanding… More What do children know of their own mortality?
Originally posted on T.K. Coleman's Blog:
It’s easy to play the martyr. All of us are capable of fooling ourselves into believing that our choices are fundamentally about something other than our own fulfillment. Every choice we make, however, is directly connected to our desire for personal happiness or inner peace. Whatever it…
Originally posted on infinite satori:
Press play first. We have been called many things. Travelers, by default. But we like to be called nomads. Explorers. Vagabonds. Adventurers. Wayfarers. Modern gypsies. Wanderers. We’ve adopted them all. A growing breed of humans with restless feet and the inability to stay still, the inability to stay in one…
…… The second excerpt is about using the fact of death as a positive –not a negative— to help you live the life you should be living. Here it is: When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: “If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you’ll… More Steve Jobs about death! Nice!
While I was listing a ted talk of Benjamin Zander -The transformative power of classical music, the last two minutes push me to write down what he said about the fact that it really makes a difference what we say, the word that come out of our mouth. He learned from a woman who survived… More The importance of our words!
Originally posted on The Journal of Silas:
“Life” expresses itself as it chooses. As a man. As a plant. As a beast. As men. As forests. As packs, herds and flocks. “Life” is just as much the flock as it is the bird. “Life” is just as much the forest as it is the tree.…