Category Archives: Discipline and Knowledge

A new way of thinking and risk assessment

If you haven’t started reading the ribbonfarm blog I strongly urge you to consider reading it, because I find it to be on of the most pleasurable blogs right now. Venkats writing is very precise, and he manages to explain … Continue reading

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Only that which can be copied is truly unique

Paradox it seems, does it? Lots has been written about the cultivation of an abundance mindset, in contrast to the more widely adopted scarcity mindset. One mindset, the one that is often cultivated by shady advertising material, and publications aimed … Continue reading

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Spiritual Enlightenment for non-believers – Expanding your intellectual toolbox

If you are coming from an atheist, highly intellectual culture, like I do, where science and facts are given the uttermost emphasis, you might find it hard or ridiculous to even consider thinking about or discussing something that could be … Continue reading

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