Thursday, 10 July 2014

Care, Even When You Shouldn’t

Things, individuals, emotions are flighty and continually evolving. Some individuals fall well and done with affection as fast as the tides transform; others take always to get over a broken relationship. They say the damage in the long run goes away, however the amount of a mental battle does it take to turn out okay on the other side? 

In his novel Island, Aldous Huxley kept in touch with, "It isn't a matter of overlooking. What one need to learn is the manner by which to recall but then be free of the past." 

In an excess of circumstances bound with uncertainty and hesitation, we end up constrained to pick decisions at the inverse finishes of a range — a win big or bust mindset. At the point when adoration is unreciprocated or connections end gravely, frequently the agony is so troublesome there is no option bear. Robust fellowships that bloomed into sentiment are ceased and never the same again, work the heart figures out how to repair itself and find the strength to begin once more. 

For a certain time of time, a bargain is impossible in lig
ht of the fact that it is excessively excruciating. The decision to sincerely withdraw or evacuate all type of contact is never a simple one, yet all things considered an objective arrangement of activity until a feeling of conclusion might be acquired; till one sees the faint promising finish to the present course of action. 
What we all need to learn is the demonstration of regulation. To adapt to our feelings and not hop to extreme extremes only for the purpose of it. To adjust our feelings to a level such that perhaps one day later on, one can at last let go, however in the meantime understanding that there is no need to toss yourself head first into a rushed great, particularly in the event that you were once content with that individual. 

Sentiments can waver and disperse to minor pieces, however perhaps what we have to acknowledge at the end of the day is that they might never totally go away. A weakness for a specific individual may and will dependably exist, however hey — that is alright. We don't need to overlook or surrender things altogether to proceed onward to something else; the key is to not be secured by the past. Furthermore if one day we at long last quit minding, then so be it. However there is nothing the matter with meandering in the center, in the in the middle of while we hold up for somebody better to go come along.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

The Free thought

Free thought holds that individuals should not accept ideas proposed as truth without recourse to knowledge and reason. Thus, freethinkers strive to build their opinions on the basis of facts, scientific inquiry, and logical principles, independent of any logical fallacies or the intellectually limiting effects of authority, confirmation bias, cognitive bias, conventional wisdom, popular culture, prejudice, sectarianism, tradition, urban legend, and all other dogmas. Regarding religion, freethinkers hold that there is insufficient evidence to support the existence of supernatural phenomena. 

A line from "Clifford's Credo" by the 19th Century British mathematician and philosopher William Kingdon Clifford perhaps best describes the premise of free thought: "It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence."

Thursday, 9 August 2012


Freethought is a philosophical viewpoint that holds opinions should be formed on the basis of logic, reason and science and not authority, tradition, or other dogmas.

The cognitive application of freethought is known as "freethinking," and practitioners of freethought are known as "freethinkers."

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Wood Thrush

The Wood Thrush, Hylocichla mustelina, is a North American passerine bird. It is closely related to other thrushes such as the American Robin and is widely distributed across North America, wintering in Central America and southern Mexico. The Wood Thrush is the official bird of the District of Columbia.

The Wood Thrush is a medium-sized thrush, with brown upper parts with mottled brown and white underparts. The male and female are similar in appearance. The male has one of the most beautiful songs of birds in North America. The Wood Thrush is an omnivore, and feeds preferentially on soil invertebrates and larvae, but will also eat fruits. In the summer, it feeds on insects continuously in order to meet daily metabolic needs. It is solitary, but sometimes form mixed-species flocks. The Wood Thrush defends a territory that ranges in size from 800 to 28000 square meters. The Wood Thrush is monogamous, and its breeding season begins in the spring; about 50 percent of all mated pairs are able to raise two broods, ranging in size from 2 to 4 chicks.