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Perception's Black Swan is a blog I created to change perception of how we think about he world and other people, to see that all people are accepted, as we all have a role and a purpose to play in the world.

Owner: ShirleyAnne

Listed in: Philosophy

Language: English

Tags: black swan event, perceptions black swan, Jesus, mindsets, purpose

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Latest Blog Posts for Perception's Black Swan

  • Revised Version of Inspirational Book, Foundation Stone of Hope
    on Aug 19, 2015
    I've uploaded a revised version of my inspirational book, Foundation Stone of Hope, onto ISSUU. It's a great platform to read and page through books online. I removed quite a bit of information from the book and hope it reads easier now, though I may...
  • Shame and Guilt
    on Aug 12, 2015
    I'm in the process of updating my book, Foundation Stone of Hope: Everyone Has Purpose. I am removing some of the "I believe" statements because these can stand alone and the book reads in an easier manner. Hopefully I'll be done in a few days and I'...
  • Why is it Difficult to Eradicate Bullying?
    on Mar 5, 2015
    I read this article yesterday by Valerie Cade, of Bully Free at Work: 10 Reasons Why the HR Process Might not Work for YouIt's a great article and I suggest you read all ten points. After reading it, I thought that the reason it's so hard to countera...
  • A High Level Comparison of Two Major Religions to Show that Different Religions Have Different Gods
    on Jan 6, 2015
    I recently blogged about God, in a blog post called Is God as Defined by Different Religions, One and the Same God?The blog post surmises that the gods spoken of by different religions are quite different and therefore cannot be the same and, to furt...
  • How to Overcome Racial Hatred
    on Jan 1, 2015
    Racial hatred is caused largely by the creation of negative stereotypes that divide people along group lines and, if we can overcome this type of group think, then perhaps we may obliterate all forms of racism.One of the first steps in this process i...
  • How to Overcome Hatred Caused by Stereotyping
    on Jan 1, 2015
    Negative stereotypes that divide people along group lines causes much misplaced hatred and, if we can overcome this type of group think, then perhaps we may obliterate most forms of discrimination, racism, and genocide.One of the first steps in this...
  • Is God as Defined by Different Religions, One and the Same God?
    on Dec 27, 2014
    Many religions say that God whom they follow created the world. So, this does this mean that the gods spoken of are all the same God? Not necessarily.There are at least two conclusions that could be drawn from this:1.) One God created the world, ther...
  • Dropping Emotional Baggage
    on Dec 2, 2014
    Many people carry emotional wounds from past experiences. This may be due to a once-off event, or ongoing trauma. I also have experiences that I used to carry around with me and wherever I went, these happenings were somewhere in the background of my...
  • If You Speak First, You Seem to be the One Who is Believed
    on Nov 27, 2014
    Someone once said to me, I've heard that you <insert assertion>. I felt a twinge of guilt as the accusation hit home, but then I mulled the incident over, and the more I thought about it, the more I realised that she was wrong - I'd never done...
  • The One Who Speaks First, Seems to be the One Who is Most Believed
    on Nov 27, 2014
    Someone once said to me, I've heard that you <insert assertion>. I felt a twinge of guilt as the accusation hit home, but then I mulled the incident over, and the more I thought about it, the more I realised that she was wrong, though it c...
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