Category Archives: Philosophy

Lay your burden down

We each have our burden. You may not be a refugee. You may never have been abused. You may not belong to a minority group. But in some way, you will still feel put upon. Maybe you hate your job. … Continue reading

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Failure? Fear not!

Fear of failure can be crippling. Paralysed by an inability to embrace the benefit of an experience for its own sake; we do nothing rather than risk the embarrassment and humiliation of failure. But failure is only a step along the way … Continue reading

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Why are we here?

I’ve spoken before about my theory of the meaning of life. Today, I want to tackle another big question: Why are we here? and perhaps even have a little tug at unravelling my tangled thoughts on the freewill argument. (For … Continue reading

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The secret to setting goals that matter – and actually achieving them

When it comes to goals, it’s easy to ‘set and forget’. Often, we take the time to write them down – and then never revisit them – much less achieve them. “The bad news is time flies. The good news … Continue reading

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