Can you just imagine the odds of meeting a person you can get attracted to. Yes, aesthetic preferences can be a big factor in being attracted to someone, even those resembling models and celebrities that are hyped by the media; however, what about the one that you can’t explain in simple terms. It becomes too … Continue reading Attraction is Accidental; It is Not a Choice.
You can’t deny that your mind exists. After all, the very act of denying requires the ability to form thoughts, which seems to be a mental ability—so denying that you have a mind would amount to proving that you do! What’s unclear, however, is just what it means to have a mind. We know that we have brains, which … Continue reading My Mind Is Elsewhere
Nothing is more familiar than the casual interaction between our minds and our bodies. Light travels from this page into your eyes, jiggles your physical brain, and then you have a mental perception, namely the visual experience of this page before you. Or you have some thoughts in your mind about this post—such as “I … Continue reading Mental Billiards
New things come, and we give a great amount of attention to whatever is new. It’s a refresher to the eyes, the body, the mind, and the soul. Something that is new, that will eventually fade into the stream of time. To think about it, most people cling to something so transient. I believe this … Continue reading The Old and The New
People demand to be asked. Why is it so? They want to be asked because they do not know the things they want to ask to themselves; if ever by chance, that a provoking question would come along, it might draw out the things they want to have answers for, but never introspected to find … Continue reading Questions & Reflections