Comparison is the thief of joy
Theodore Roosevelt "Comparison is the thief of joy"
"Comparison is the thief of joy" is a quote from Theodore Roosevelt. According to social comparison theory we measure ourselves by comparing ourselves to others. ... Read More
From chimneys to Snowflakes: is life too easy?
Life is too easy
From working in coal mines and stuck up chimneys to sitting on the couch playing video games. Has life become too easy? ... Read More
Is being rich worth it?
Is being rich worth it?
Why do so many people want to be rich? Do rich people have a better life? Is being rich really worth it? ... Read More
Why office work is such a doss
Why office work is such a doss
As the creator of Dilbert puts it, the reality for many is that office work is a pretence, it's about making yourself look good, or how I often hear it described: it's a game ... Read More
Feeling good vs feeling happy
Feeling good vs feeling happy
What's the difference between feeling good and feeling happy? I believe there's a distinct difference between the two that's worth knowing ... Read More
Society’s rules: past, present and future
Society's rules: past, present and future
We need rules in society, without them there would be anarchy. These rules change; women can vote, slavery is illegal and same sexes can marry. But where are these rules heading? ... Read More
Bored of work? Why jobs have become tedious
Bored of work - why work has become tedious
You're not the only one bored of work. Work has become meaningless through no fault of your own ... Read More
The purpose of life: survive and reproduce
The purpose of life: survive and reproduce
Why do you do the things you do or what's the purpose of life? This has a simple answer: the purpose of life is to survive and reproduce ... Read More
Work spares us from three evils: boredom, vice, and need
Work spares us from three evils: boredom, vice, and need
Work spares us from three evils: boredom, vice, and need. This is a quote from Voltaire. How does work spare us from boredom though? ... Read More
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