Tag: cognition

Buddhist Wisdom for Difficult Times (Part II)

If you want to deny or avoid something and have a picnic or vacation instead, you may feel some short-term relief, but the problem will remain. So instead of doing that, if you penetrate into the suffering or the tragedy and see its nature with some perspective, your mental attitude will improve, and you will …

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Great math solutions

I was just perusing the internet and stumbled upon a couple really funny (but geeky) math problems. I guess it is really the solutions to the problems that make them funny. Initially, they may both seem quite ditsy, but really both of the solutions show a perspective on each problem that I had never noticed …

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After the second day of classes, I am giving even further thought to dropping my education degree. Even though I am quite close to completing the required courses for the B.A., I just don’t know if I can handle the banality any longer. Paradoxically, the entire School of Education claims to focus on critical thinking, …

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