How to Begin Again After an Unexpected Ending
Grief, especially when it concerns losing a loved one, is a burden that is devastating, but can be an anchor for our self-healing and growth in the long run.
One can slowly get over the pain of the loved one and use constant memory as a driver towards a better life.
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"Happiness is not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creat..."
The practical application of creativity requires the help of our logical left side of the brain.
Although we perceive that our creative right side of the brain is solely responsible for all of our creative ideas, it is not. Creativity requires a particular level of understanding of the knowledge at hand. Our logical side analyzes the situation, defines the problem, and hands over the data to be expressed by the creative right brain.
Being creative requires you to do things you've never done before or seek the unknown. It is a risk in itself and a lot of people are not willing to accept the risk that comes with the creative process or are just afraid.
Confidence is the key. Having confidence in yourself and your ideas will allow yourself to accept the risks, calculated or not.
War games are a great way to learn about history and warfare.
The Prussians used war games in the 19th c. to prepare for conflicts. So did the WATU (the UK Western Approach...
War games are a great tool to sharpen intuitive decision making. Considering that they provide insight, learning, professional development, and entertainment, they can be applied in a very specialized way.
The civilian market offers a variety of computer and board war games that serve this purpose and is often better at simulating war than those designed by the military.
Computer-based and tabletop-based games fulfil a different purpose and can be complementary.
According to Stoicism, the highest good, the supreme aim of life is virtue. Good or bad situations, events and circumstances are nothing but a chance for us to respond with virtue,...
Wisdom is the space between the event and the response. The power to choose good or bad, recognizing the reality of the event and responding with complete awareness and rationality is called wisdom.
It is the way one puts knowledge in implementation mode, guiding one towards the right action.
Acting within limits, and not indulging in anything too much is a virtue that firmly puts it foot down on excess, which it believes lead to discontent, and dissatisfaction.
Curbing one’s desires (or self-control) leads us to work on what is essential in our lives, be it material goods, discipline, or any extreme choice that life provides us with.