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What's it coming to? by ScatteredMind1535 on November 10th, 2015, 3:12 am
So i want to start off by saying, I am new at this. I was talking to a buddy of mine, and they said, "Why not find a discussion board and vent". Lol, i thought why not? So basically, I sit here everyday, and see the world around me. It is like everyone is controlled or manipulated. Everywhere you turn, there is a brand, a group, or random people telling you to, "live like this, act like this, look like this". I am not sure who it got to be this way, but it is absolutely ridiculous. I mean come on! This is suppose to be a "free country" That is absolutely a crock of S#@%! The only thing "free", is..... well nothing. There is a price for everything. I am only 32 yrs. old, so as some people say I am still a young one. Well young or not, I am by far not ignorant. I see how things are. I am not blind to my surroundings. The only place you actually can find some kind of "freedom", is your own mind. Only problem with that is, it has started to...

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Emotional Intelligence: Science and Myth by wolfhnd on May 17th, 2009, 1:56 am
Emotional Intelligence: Science and Myth
by Gerald Matthews, Moshe Zeidner, and Richard D. Roberts; Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press, 2002, 736 pages,

So what do the authors conclude from their exhaustive efforts? Is emotional intelligence something new? Is it distinct from existing measures of individual difference? Or is it old wine in new bottles? They conclude with a cautious pessimism about the utility of emotional intelligence. They find serious psychometric limitations with all published measures of emotional intelligence. They are not optimistic about the prospects for developing a coherent, empirically supported theory of emotional intelligence. They suggest that the applied benefits of the construct are limited, especially in the clinical arena, "where the principle of taking emotions seriously is already ingrained." Although they believe that the popularity of emotional intelligence seems to be based more on myth than on science, they urge readers not...


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Letter 1 - The Joshua Letters - 1.859 by The Joshua Letters on January 11th, 2012, 12:50 pm
Hi.

I am Joshua, and these are my letters. They are a summary of findings from my journey to discover and comprehend the truth about life’s great questions. Although these questions are the base subject matter of the world’s great disciplines; religion, philosophy, cosmology, physics/astrophysics, quantum mechanics, etc., I will state for the record that I am not formally schooled in any of them. However, just to stir up a bit of plot (wink, wink), I will also state that despite the fact that for the first time in history all of the information needed to put the picture together and logically come to a conclusion of the truth is readily available, no one has done it and published it (or at least not that I can find). So yes, I Joshua am indeed declaring myself first to present the picture depicting of the truth on our own existence. I don’t do so to boast but rather I, (1) hope to find others out there who have likewise discovered these truths; (2) invite the challenges of those who m...

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I Sit on You by Sisyphus on February 2nd, 2010, 11:03 pm
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What is God? by cuboid on November 15th, 2010, 10:02 am
God is the law maker of the universe, both material and spiritual. God is an excellent, omnipotent intelligent being, so the laws made by God are logically consistent with each other. In other words, God is the factor that makes our universe go in order. Without the laws created and enforced by God, the whole universe would collapse, or even vanish.
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