As I’ve grown older over the years, one striking thing that I’ve noticed in people is that that they ask the question “why” less & less as they age. On … Continue reading The importance of asking “why” in adulthood
Isn’t it interesting how the idea of “success” changes as we grow older? At 5 years old, success could be attaining a toy that we have desperately been longing for. … Continue reading The Fleeting Nature of Success
When asking people to describe what they think philosophy is, a lot of individuals have a tendency to feel that it is the discussion of overly complicated ideas that are … Continue reading How I define Philosophy
Hello everyone, I appreciate the time you spend in reading my posts! Without further delay, let’s get started. Many people spend plenty of time trying to travel to different areas … Continue reading Exploration of the Mind
Posted by: Rex Vennard Bacarra on Facebook group called Philosophy: In the midst of chaos, remain calm and silent. Just as fire isn’t extinguished by fire, peace is not achieved … Continue reading Happiness, Contentment & Love
If you’re performing something competitively, is it worse to come in 8th placing knowing you had no chance of winning or is it worse to come in 2nd place knowing … Continue reading To lose by a lot or only by a little?
Hello everyone, Just wanted to write a short summary about the four key virtues that Aristotle had spoke about over 2,400 years ago. It’s incredible that he mentioned these ideas … Continue reading Aristotle’s 4 Cardinal Virtues
After observing & analyzing human behaviour, it is rather interesting how we have a inclination to judge others based on what actions they take. However, when we are looking at … Continue reading Intentions vs. Actions
In the hustle & bustle of our day to day lives, it’s incredibly easy to get caught up in the small details that steadily take away from our ability to … Continue reading Understanding the Big Picture
“Reason cannot defeat emotion, an emotion can only be displaced or overcome by a stronger emotion”. -Baruch Spinoza
As we interact with people on a daily basis, it’s very easy for us to focus in on what other people did wrong instead of what they did right. Even … Continue reading A greater focus on Success rather than failure.
Remember to be humble. Just a few simple words to always keep at the back of our minds. No matter how high we climb on the corporate ladder or how … Continue reading Always remember to be humble