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- Reason and the ability to use it are two separate skills January 19, 2019
- Toxic January 11, 2019
- When Fiction is Truer than Non-Fiction January 8, 2019
- What if angels were never told what they are? December 28, 2018
- Super Human extended excerpt: Save Lily December 26, 2018
Author Archives: dpouliot
To be fluent in a language means not only that you can understand it, but that you can speak it competently. Competency in the language does not necessarily make it your first language. It may be your second, or third. … Continue reading
Water is vital, essential, and wonderful. When not treated with proper respect, water can kill you. So is water healthy or is it toxic?
“Fiction reveals truth that reality obscures.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson We could leave it there and be done, or we could parse that out a bit more. Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris and Brett Weinstein discussed the idea of a metaphorical truth. … Continue reading
Here’s a thought experiment about angels…
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Merry Christmas! 🎄 What do snowflakes ❄️ have to do with God?
Those nasty negative emotions. If only we could just do away with them, right? But they have value, and they show up more in creative (right-brained) thinkers. Here’s why they are both valuable and in larger quantity in creative types, … Continue reading
Identifying and addressing your weaknesses is as much a cornerstone of solid self-improvement as is identifying and expanding your strengths.
In my all-time most viewed post, Serotonin and Social Status, I inquired as to whether there are mindsets that protect us from societal influences on serotonin levels. Five years later I finally attempt to answer that question with Does Competency-Awareness Drive Serotonin Levels? Jordan … Continue reading