I lament the fall of the once mighty myth. Myth is about so much more than a non-factual story or colloquialisms about erroneous beliefs. We need myths to help articulate powerful truths about ourselves and the world in which we live.
Dr George Simon, PhD’s Articles at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life, Page 32
Dr George Simon, PhD has published the following articles at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life.
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Stop holiday stress from turning into holiday blues with these five tips — and get back to what the season can be all about.
Druids, Norse, Christians: it’s been universal for us over the centuries to have concocted various ceremonial activities and festivals to coincide with major astronomic events.
Sometimes our scientific lens on the world is not just about empirical facts, but also about definitions. Consider the case of poor Pluto, kicked out of the planetary club in 2006.
Even though we’re not always inclined toward empathy and generosity or to live out our best ideals, perhaps the biggest blessing we all share is that we live in a world where so many people really do care for one another.
It should trouble us all when anyone regards any of our most important philosophical, religious, or even scientific questions as “settled.”
As a young student with ADD, doing any writing was the furthest thing from my mind. But having taken that step so many years ago, I still receive an average of 8-10 letters or emails per week from persons in all walks of life and from places far and wide.