Ineffable


All Writings, Press This, Self improvement

“Ineffable” is a post from the Renegade Press. The writer, Chris Nicholas, admits to his feelings of inadequacy and the later surprise at his own success. Presented below are three excerpts from his post, followed by the chance to buy his book, You. I’m thrilled about my future as both a writer and a man. […]

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December 13, 2018

Are there reliable ways of finding out the truth about a person on social networking? Part 1: imaginations


All Writings, Psychology, Society

This post is not about technicalities of social networking.  It is not about finding the exact IP address or other analytics data about a person.  This post is not about finding technological features to accurately geo-locate a person.  What this post is about are the limitations of human understanding, the capability of humans to deceive […]

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December 5, 2017

Man-made labels for social convenience and simplification


All Writings, Bipolar Disorder, Individual, Society

It is amazing to consider, that a human being would willingly accept a label to define his entire existence.  There are many labels in existence.  People label themselves based on education, profession, family, country, or religion.  With an expanding knowledge, each of those labels proves insufficient and incomprehensive.  So, in order to identify oneself, an […]

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December 4, 2017