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Quran’s Lesson - Surah Hud 11, Verse 78, Part 12

Quran’s Lesson - Surah Hud 11, Verse 78, Part 12وَجَاءَهُ قَوْمُهُ يُهْرَعُونَ إِلَيْهِ وَمِنْ قَبْلُ كَانُوا يَعْمَلُونَ السَّيِّئَاتِ ۚ قَالَ يَا قَوْمِ...
by I Love Islam on Aug 7, 2016

Fooled by Ambiguity and the Unexpected in Amherst, Massachusetts

Compared with their brethren in more criminally poignant zip codes, the Amherst, Massachusetts police still have their challenges. Like periodically solving dubious problems for high-maintenance residents. Judging by the four local newspaper* clippin...
by Wig & Pen on Jun 22, 2016

Fooled by Randomness and Ambiguity in Amherst, Massachusetts

Compared with their brethren in more criminally poignant zip codes, the Amherst, Massachusetts police still have their challenges. Like periodically solving dubious  problems for “entitled,” politically correct residents. If the four local n...
by Wig & Pen on Jun 22, 2016

The false teacher versus their false teaching. Should we name names?

This post continues some thoughts that began yesterday. When there is concern about false teaching, should we “name names” – …Continue reading →...
by Enough Light on Mar 3, 2016

Doubting Dawkins

A recent Guardian introspective on Richard Dawkins reminded me of the dangers of idolatry. Dawkins, an internationally known intellectual pugilist, the article by Carole Cadwalladr intimates, is as human as the next guy when you can catch him off the...

Interview with Marietta Rodgers, Author of “Looney Bin Incorporated”

What is your book about? Looney Bin Incorporated is a humorous satire about how corporations maximize profits, by exploiting workers. It takes place in a psychiatric hospital, which is just a front for a corporation brazenly called, Looney Bin Incorp...
by Pat Bertram Introduces . . . on Sep 12, 2015

Busting 4 Myths about Unit Studies

Urban myths are rampant, and so are homeschool myths about unit studies. Here are some facts to help bust those myths!
by Hunter Happenings on Sep 7, 2015

Commitment Revisited

As the author of numbers of plans, articles, posts and a few books, I am convinced that a tangible objective consistently swells to the top of successful working and living. It is a single word. Commitment. It is easy to identify where it should rank...
by Zillion Dollar Thinking on Aug 14, 2015

Stop Being Your Own Worst Critic

Most food truck vendors are their own worst critic. You probably beat yourself up at the smallest perceived failure. So what should you do about it? Stop being your own worst critic, Now! Being your own worst critic creates negative thoughts that don...
by Mobile Cuisine Magazine on Jun 17, 2015

Practical Thinking Course Introduction Video

I am mentoring my children to improve their critical and creative thinking skills by using simple practical thinking tools and techniques, i thought i would develop these techniques as video course, so that it will be helpful for all other parents. T...
by Prabakaran Thirumalai Blog on Mar 7, 2015

2015 International Toy Fair…Magic 8 Ball…High Risk

In the book, Zillion Dollar Thinking, the “Forward and Fast Forward” chapter sites the American International Toy Fair of 2004 (over ten years ago). The comparison was how far we have advanced from the Magic Eight Ball of the 1950’s.” The ala...
by Zillion Dollar Thinking on Feb 24, 2015

Brain Measures – The New Psychiatric Standard

CorePsych The current labeling system is logical, reasonable and often useful for short periods, however it, more frequently than not, disregards the peer-reviewed perceptions of modern brain science associated with informed self management over time...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 30, 2014

Brain Measures – The New Psychiatric Standard

CorePsych The current labeling system is logical, reasonable and often useful for short periods, however it, more frequently than not, disregards the peer-reviewed perceptions of modern brain science associated with informed self management over time...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 30, 2014

Middle School Partners with University

When a middle school partners with university professionals, students benefit and enjoy experiences with analytical thinking skills and off campus visits to museums. Stillwater Middle […]...
by How To Learn on Nov 10, 2014

Undermethylation and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

CorePsych Bill Walsh is a mind pioneer. This brief video on one depression biotype - undermethylation - [1 of 5] will likely whet your appetite on the fact that depression is more than just an appearance of sadness. The post Undermethylation and De...
by CorePsychBlog on Sep 13, 2014

Unsettled Christianity and Settler Colonialism

Everyone repeats the same line: Sunday is the most segregated day of the week, and remains so. Why does some Christians fight so hard for racial justice, and others do not? This is a question that has been going through my mind a lot recently. God ma...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Sep 3, 2014

Aptitude Test for Politicians!

The question below was given to students at a Hong Kong elementary school!The politicians we send to Washington who are tasked with doing the bidding of the American people both domestically and internationally should, at a minimum, be capable of ans...
by The Political Commentator on Aug 13, 2014

Links I like (weekend edition)

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by Blogging Theologically on Aug 2, 2014

ADHD Medication Rules: At The Beach

CorePsych New ADHD Medication Rules is now on sale at Kindle, for the easy price of 4.99$ for the month of June, a 10$ saving from the paperback version. The post ADHD Medication Rules: At The Beach appeared first on CorePsych.
by CorePsychBlog on Jun 2, 2014

Alfred Korzybski On Changing Thinking

CorePsych To move forward it's important to think more deeply - about the thinking process itself. The post Alfred Korzybski On Changing Thinking appeared first on CorePsych.
by CorePsychBlog on May 30, 2014


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