Do you speak a foreign language other than English? How hard was it for you to learn a new language other than your native one? If you were taught your mother language at a young age, did you retain it and use it to this day or did you become a receptive bilingual? If you’re not […]Read More Are you a receptive bilingual?, It’s all in the language
The recovery from pain feels more gratifying when done by oneself, but never dismiss the helping hand that gave you the momentum to get through the adversity. – TheRhymeRula “For Heaven’s sake, please stop the Aid” follows James Shikwati experience working and living in Kenya, and how he doesn’t believe that aid from the Western […]Read More You’ve helped enough, we’ll take it from here!
There are those who immediately see something when paying attention Then there are those who have to be shown something in order for them to give attention to what they’re seeing Lastly, there are the ones who are oblivious to what they’re seeing and repeatedly question it for its validity – TheRhymeRulaRead More How can you not see that? (Wednesday Wisdom)
Thank you for contributing your attention to this post. Reading this quote sounds straight forward right? Well, it is, but I want to add more to it. To me, it is sort of underdeveloped and doesn’t include examples of how people can contribute and ways their contributions can either work for the better or in […]Read More What has been your contribution?
Degradation is only amusing to the nefarious who make a gain from the hidden pain. _TheRhymeRulaRead More True power is freedom
Before you tell someone they’re wrong, first tell them they’re right. This is easier said than done when you’re in a conversation about a topic that becomes contentious but I believe it can be done with much practice and patience. In this post I will be presenting a philosopher’s 350 year old trick to get […]Read More You know what? You’re right. The Nature of Great Persuasion
Richard Swinburne’s “Why God allows evil” and Steven M. Cahn “Religion without God” explains how religion is interpreted and understood in Philosophy. Both have solid points with their stances on Theism and Atheism, and how God supposedly perpetrates the two evils of moral and natural. Both texts are very informative on the relation between […]Read More The Two Evils: An Analysis of “Why God allows evil” and “Religion without God”