A Long-time ago people used to walk over to their neighbors to visit them, they'd come in for coffee and gossip about the news, and even exchange food recipes. And then the telephone came out, it was cool to talk to your neighbors without leaving your home... People stopped seeing each other in person and... Continue Reading →
#computers #technology #environment In 1973, Australia's largest computer predicted trends such as pollution levels, population growth, availability of natural resources and quality of life on earth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaDvRdLMkHs Now that we’ve left behind the philosophy of religion, it’s time to start exploring what other ways might exist to find meaning in the world. Today we explore essentialism and its response: existentialism. We’ll also learn about Jean-Paul Sartre and his ideas about how to find meaning in a meaningless world.
I just want you all to know for 26 years of my life I have observed the RABBIT HOLE... Always afraid of what might be in there, but with extreme deep diving, I dove deep within myself. I learned about myself and the world around me. After each time a new 'thing' was acquired, I... Continue Reading →
I hope this helps, I am not a US citizen, but neither am I a citizen of any other country. So telling me to go back to where I came from is irrelevant because I came from Planet Earth. So, you are going to have to deal with me sooner or later. I'm not the... Continue Reading →
What is honesty these days? Does anyone know?? I have a curiosity to why morality exists, and more in-depth to understanding where I currently stand in the world. It seems as if, to be honest, you should communicate in a way that would be considered truthfully. According to an actual dictionary, that's right folks I'm... Continue Reading →
Hakuna matata" (pronounced [hɑˈkunɑ mɑˈtɑtɑ]) is a Swahili language phrase from East Africa, meaning "no trouble" or "no problems". (The word "hakuna" means "there is not here", while "matata" means "trouble" or "problems".) https://videopress.com/v/Piloc5CX Hakuna Matata
Social media -- the first mass medium to allow people to publicly share their thoughts, feelings, and lives with others -- has become dangerously inauthentic. From cries of "fake news" to the rise of bots, bogus followers and other trolls, it's hard to know whom, what or where to trust. A spoonful of the narrative... Continue Reading →