What makes the “Holy Land” holy? Only righteous behavior by its occupants can ever sanctify this or any other land. Will the leaders of two peoples display a level of righteousness that can put an end to years of conflict?
Dr George Simon, PhD’s Articles at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life, Page 20
Dr George Simon, PhD has published the following articles at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life.
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Are modern traffic flow devices a good application of science and technology to tame what ultimately comes down to human behavior — or are they just getting our blood pressure up?
What ever happened to the search for truth and understanding the universe? These days, much of what’s done in the name of science has more to do with politics, the securing of grants for educational institutions, and the advancement of a company’s products.
Even for someone especially sensitive to the dwindling hours of sunlight as we in the northern hemisphere head into Autumn, there’s one thing that helps offset the effects of an impending light-deprived funk: it’s all that glorious color!
If you or someone you know is nearing retirement, you’re probably plenty familiar with worries about boredom, activities, finances and more. But there seems to be a set of some common factors that can make the difference between a retirement filled with angst and one rich with challenge and excitement.
You’ve heard of accidentally ‘enabling’ the maladaptive behavior of others. But to what extent is our collection of technological gadgetry ‘enabling’ our own inclination to live overly-complicated, unsustainably fast-paced lives that are ultimately damaging to our well-being?
What better way to pump up your stress levels than by suffering through unpleasantly hot summer weather? These tips can help you keep your cool, de-stress, and enjoy the summer heat instead of battling it.