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Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (1854 – 1900) was an Irish poet and playwright. After writing in different forms throughout the 1880s, he became one of the most popular playwrights in London in the early 1890s. He also wrote the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray.
The human capacity to learn, discover, improve, create or change our environment is very natural. We are made to create.
Creativity is not something you have or you don't. Watch how children think freely until they are formally educated to become conventional thinkers.
We are expected...
Genius minds see things abstractly. They tend to see the big picture more clearly than most people.
Original ideas require you not to be afraid to try new things and take risks. Look for inspiration in things people take for granted.
The ability to think and act outside your normal understanding realm requires you to see things from different perspectives and imagine unique solutions.
Great thinkers from da Vinci to Thomas Edison were more interested in how things could work.
Brilliant thinkers like Marie Curie and Steve Jobs are renowned for their original thinking that led to groundbreaking discoveries. They knew how ...
Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso, and Marie Curie had brilliant ideas that pushed the boundaries of their time. However, genius is not a fixed quantity. Anyone can be a genius in the right context and with the right tools.
Research suggests there are ways we can all become more intelligent an...
We tend to treat books as a distraction or entertainment. But it's far more than that. It's really therapy.
Literature is a tool to help us live with more wisdom, goodness and sanity. Therefore, we should prescribe books in response to various ailments and classify them according to the pr...
In books, writers open our hearts and minds. We find descriptions of who we are and what events are really like.
In the best of books, writers find the words to describe the fragile, weird, special experiences of our inner lives. They don't judge as harshly or as one-dimensionally as the m...
Literature is the greatest 'reality simulator'.
Never Underestimate the Power of Envy:
Part I: Have a Scapegoat to Take The Blame.
Our good name and reputation depend more on what we conceal than on what we reveal.
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