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Please find here the dynamic list of all the AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) from this site.  As the name implies, these links would take you to the content which is optimized for mobile devices; especially those on low bandwidth, slower Internet connections.  This list shows all the posts in chronological order for convenience.  Enjoy!

  • Writing – pen to paper or fingers to keyboard – tradition over modernity
  • Bipolar disorder – the inner conflicts arising from trying to reconcile the Old and New Testament writings
  • How the diagnosis of bipolar disorder keeps a person psychologically trapped?
  • Analysis and problem-solving don’t bring real happiness
  • Can real happiness be found through objectivity?
  • Creating a defense mechanism by assigning all ideas to the intellect
  • How to compete without being enemies?
  • Does social networking encourage jumping to conclusions?
  • What is one to do when confronted by stories of evil?
  • Admiration is only natural to feel
  • Constructive use of social networking data through transparency
  • The Guardian’s Cambridge Analytica & Facebook data story
  • Light over fear
  • The flow of spiritual waters to heal the human soul
  • North Korea agrees to summit with South, possible nuclear freeze
  • U.S. to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem May 14
  • Psychopaths aren’t the same all over the world, large study finds | Big Think
  • Psychiatrist Says: More Psychiatry Means More Shootings – Mad In America
  • Iran bans use of US dollar in trade — RT Business News
  • Does scrolling content on a fixed screen create the mindset of a fleeting existence?
  • The conflicts and infighting of humans will end
  • Why mentors and teachers are especially needed to counter extremism?
  • The exclusive focus on physical things will create an imbalance
  • Finding belief in moderateness in the nuclear age
  • Why is moderation the answer to extremism? (A principle for peace.)
  • Is it possible to have development without taking sides?
  • Why our predictions must move away from utter doom to continuity?
  • Can today’s leaders improve our future by making more positive predictions?
  • The higher criticism – one that is not directed by objective
  • How compulsion and desperation are driving the conversation toward extremes
  • What kind of conversations can truly produce change in society?
  • It’s okay to be superstitious right now
  • The value of having a fluid mind to interact with a diversity of people
  • Why is it that so much conversation fails to produce change in society?
  • 1 – Aadhar – The belief in the possibility of a good, honest society
  • Becoming the kind of people who have a diversity of interests
  • Keeping the thrill of technology in proper perspective to regain control in communication
  • How can the youth protect themselves from addiction to technology?
  • Making the link between technology, culture, and youth – Arianna Huffington on Thrive Global
  • Curiosity and a spirit of adventure for those who seek answers, not absolute certainty
  • The mind and its need for certainty – a tendency toward black-and-white thinking
  • Cults of black-and-white thinking – a lesson from Jehovah’s witnesses
  • Finding peace through a willingness to adjust
  • What is required to even consider changing one’s beliefs to explore better possibilities for the future?
  • Can we change our beliefs to formulate better predictions for the future?
  • How does faith suppress analytical thinking, but also provide comfort?
  • Why I feel that religion will continue to remain a part of human thinking
  • Empathy in mental health. Why it remains the constant need?
  • The young people’s search for optimism and for hope
  • Peace is simplicity
  • How can we use the speed of communication technology to social advantage?
  • Why we might criticize technology rather than the information it brings
  • How does a movie differ from real life? And why does present life seem like a movie?
  • How the medical myth of drug treatments has created a whole culture?
  • Are there reliable ways of finding out the truth about a person on social networking? Part 2: conflicts
  • Are there reliable ways of finding out the truth about a person on social networking? Part 1: imaginations
  • Man-made labels for social convenience and simplification
  • How we can have a satisfying life by looking for the practical – giving priority to needs over wants
  • Why does Bipolar disorder mean different things to different people?
  • Children grow up differently now
  • How the Internet has changed leadership, its place, and its functioning
  • Self-worth is not for society to determine
  • An imaginary world built through radio, television, and the Internet challenges reality
  • How attitude towards information affects individuals?
  • How is hope the basis of a social movement?
  • The book of human existence
  • Thinking in the shade of a tree
  • The vicious cycle of paranoia and extremism
  • Are your beliefs a response to external information?
  • What is the individual today, in view of a constantly changing world?
  • About sin, the world, and death – questions and wonders partly confined to human imagination
  • Observation – The disobedient angel and humans in Eden: what it says about the Creator?
  • Observation – Satan’s absurdity, and Eve’s naivete…and many questions
  • Observations – Adam and Eve know they are naked
  • Crisis of democracy – social decline through politicization, and insistence on freedoms and rights
  • Crisis of democracy – the simultaneous rise of individualism and populism through the agency of the Internet
  • Crisis of democracy – The ongoing confusion regarding separation of institution and individual
  • Indian government’s demonetization step – preparing a nation for the future
  • Indian government’s demonetization step – rooted in the concept of the divine
  • Indian government’s demonetization step – the indomitable idea
  • Indian government’s demonetization step – the test of behaviors
  • Indian government’s demonetization step – an object lesson in today’s world
  • How personal convictions challenge social peace and justice?
  • The nature of conviction, and the certainty of belief
  • Is the future determined by our beliefs?
  • The natural order of things as a basis for justice
  • Does justice emanate from belief?
  • Conceptualizing justice in the age of impatience
  • The future of human society is predicated upon our perception of justice
  • The flawed and biased employment of critical thinking
  • Criticizing the institutions – what lesson in Jehovah’s witnesses and others?
  • Extreme views: Seeing the world from the edges, or rooted in a view
  • Jehovah’s witnesses prove themselves the antichrist, and no better than those they habitually criticize
  • Overcoming disappointment with Jehovah’s witnesses, and humans in general
  • Individualism and the challenges to democracy: uncertainties in the hands of men
  • The section of the world, we want to see…none see all!
  • Redefining values – digital images in the post-truth age
  • Pixelated Mona Lisa – the human mind trapped in specifics
  • Why the growth of extremism in recent times? Is there a remedy?
  • Losing balance with extremism
  • Short thought – 6 – The preferred lie
  • Why the difference between the Old and the New Testament? Lessons for us today.
  • Lesson from Solomon – Continuity and finality – opposite worldviews.
  • Determining what is “fake news”. What is “real news”?
  • Short thought – 5 – peace along the pillar of fire and cloud
  • Short thought – 4 – the bane of criticism
  • Short thought – 3 – the language of ideas
  • Short thought – 2 – the space and place of life
  • Short thought – 1 – Public introspection on social networks
  • The adoption of a thought
  • Why a human is incapable of truth, but is capable of peace?
  • Tested by our own beliefs