Category Archives: Philosophy

From behind the mask

Have you noticed that even those people who are shy and reserved in real life, who tend to abstain from engaging in a debate, happen to actively voice their opinions on the web?

How many “anonymous” comments have you seen recently? Were they harsh, judgemental and maybe even cruel? Probably. At least much more so compared to the ones voiced out loud, in real life.

Allow me to give you some food for thought: Continue reading From behind the mask

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The last warning before it is too late

What would be wiser: to change a bad working filter in the washing machine or wait until the machine completely breaks down and you need to buy a new one?

What would be wiser: to solve a small issue in your relationship or let it accumulate until  your relationship is in total ruins?

What would be wiser: to fix a small hole in your tooth or wait until there is no way but to extract it?

Proactive or reactive: you choose. Continue reading The last warning before it is too late

Are you saying yes to life or simply unable to stop relentless doing?

Today I am happy to present yet another great post by Dasha Lukiniha, where she explores the inner motivation behind saying “yes” to whatever comes your way, shares her personal journey and asks important questions to ponder about. Please welcome “Are you saying yes to life or simply unable to stop relentless doing?” by Dasha Lukiniha.

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P.S. and make sure you also check her previous article on the Power of Intention – here; as well as her own blog “Where to next?” – here.


Continue reading Are you saying yes to life or simply unable to stop relentless doing?

Should you wander off the beaten path?

If it is usually done to follow a certain path, is there any point to innovate? Why would you try to fix something that’s working? Should you pave a new road if the old one serves the purpose of getting you from point A to point B? 

On one hand, wouldn’t it be better to focus on problems which don’t have any solution yet rather than try to find a better solution where there is one already? This approach could be right. On the other hand, what if you do find a more efficient solution, a shorter path or an easier way, could it be that some unsolved problems will then solve themselves? Continue reading Should you wander off the beaten path?

How to boil a frog?

I believe almost everyone knows that story that if you put a frog in hot water, it will jump out, but if you put it in cold water and start slowly boiling it, eventually you will boil a frog. Subtle changes slight inconvenience, acceptable discomfort… and a frog is boiled dead. But even without going into fatalistic mode, small soft steps are efficient if you need to deal with any opposition.

Long time ago I had the “conflict” with my mother over a car. Continue reading How to boil a frog?