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Dangerous Intersection Culture Consumerism advertising History Community hypocrisy Good and Evil Education American Culture Communication Quotes Censorship Media Language Propaganda Orwellian Law Consumer Protection Civil Rights Bigotry Court Decisions Drug laws law and order Privacy Social justice Religion Inspirational Meaning of Life Science Addictions cognitive biases Complexity Evolution Human animals Ingroup/Outgroup nature Neuroscience Psychology Cognition Friendships/relationships Skepticism Technology Sustainable Living Energy Environment Quality of Life Simple living Comments/DMCA Contact About Find Blue Lies Take Center Stage in the Era of Trump March 29, 2017 | By Erich Vieth | 2 Replies More Donald Trump tells numerous easily disprovable lies: an average of 3 false or misleading claims per day for the first 100 days of his presidency. But his followers don’t seem to care. I’m not surprised that this technique of telling numerous bald lies works. I’ve long thought of these utterances as “tribal truths,” and I’ve seen it all my life, especially in the areas of politics and religion. Today I learned another term for this phenomenon: “Blue Lies.” Read More A Matter of Legitimacy January 9, 2017 | By Mark Tiedemann | 1 Reply More Barack Obama had to be delegitimized. In the brawl over the last eight years, perhaps they succeeded on a level not intended. They did not, I think, manage to delegitimize President Obama. Rather, they fulfilled one of Ronald Reagan’s rhetorical dictums and managed to delegitimize the idea of governance. Read More The Bible: The most unread cherished book in the world. December 26, 2014 | By Erich Vieth | 8 Replies More If one really studies the Bible, one won’t find much, if anything, about homosexuality. One will find plenty of verses telling women to shut up, telling people not to engage in public displays of prayer and telling people to not criticize their politicians. Read More On Being Primed For Worse November 25, 2014 | By Mark Tiedemann | 1 Reply More Haven’t we been gearing up for some kind of O.K. Corral showdown pretty much since the announcement that there would be a grand jury? Haven’t we been gearing up for some kind of O.K. Corral showdown pretty much since the announcement that there would be a grand jury? Sure looked like we expected what we got. [More . . . ] Read More Early Racism October 21, 2014 | By Mark Tiedemann | Reply More They were marched into the classroom, single file, and lined up along the blackboard to face the roomful of white faces. It would be sheerest invention to say I remember everything about that day. The only things I recall had to do with questions about how my own situation was about to change. Read More 1 2 3 4 5 Recent Articles More Quotes . . . A good quote is a novel in a sentence or two. That’s good payback for impatient people like me, who struggle to sit still long enough to read entire novels. I make a point of collecting engaging quotes wherever I read them, though, and I’ve published more than 100 groups of quotes over the years here at DI. This group includes quotes originated by two of my friends, Andy Wahl and Dale Irwin. Here’s the latest batch from my collection: “If it can be destroyed by the truth, it deserves to be destroyed by the truth.” ― Carl Sagan When you add it all up, it’s not uncommon for a single child to cost a normal, middle-class family something like $1.1 million, from birth through the undergrad years. To get some perspective, the median price of a home in 2008 was $180,100. It is commonly said that buying a house is the biggest purchase most Americans will ever make. Having a baby is like buying six houses. Except that they don’t increase in value, you can’t sell them and after 16 years they’ll probably say they hate you. Jonathan Last – Wall Street Journal http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052970203917304574413792994350108 “Do the next right thing.” – Dale Irwin (Kansas City Attorney). Psychological discernment is not as difficult as one might think: Those who have eyes to see and ears to hear soon become convinced that mortals cannot keep a secret. He whose lips are sealed talks with his fingertips; disclosure oozes out of his every pore. – Sigmund Freud “Fragment of an Analysis of Hysteria,” (1901-5), VI, 148 “Knowledge is learning something new every day. Wisdom is letting go of something every day.” – ZEN PROVERB You can look the other way once, and it’s no big deal, except it makes it easier for you to compromise the next time, and pretty soon that’s all you’re doing; compromising, because that’s the way you think things are done. You know those guys I busted? You think they were the bad guys? Because they weren’t, they weren’t bad guys. They were just like you and me. Except they compromised… Once. Jack Bauer – From the opening episode of “24,” Season One. “Our virtues and our failings are inseparable, like force and matter. When they separate, man is no more.” ― Nikola Tesla “I love you because the entire universe conspired to help me find you.” – Paulo Coelho “Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.” Henry David Thoreau “Adventure is just bad planning.” Roald Amundsen April 1, 2017 | By Erich Vieth | Reply More Americans Need Less Self-Esteem From Eric Barker’s blog: “Research shows self-esteem doesn’t cause all those good things. It’s just a side effect of healthy behavior. So artificially boosting it doesn’t work.” From Kristin Neff’s Book Self-Compassion: In one influential review of the self-esteem literature, it was concluded that high self-esteem actually did not improve academic achievement or job performance or leadership skills or prevent children from smoking, drinking, or taking drugs. If anything, high self-esteem appears to be the consequence rather than the cause of healthy behaviors. What does raising self-esteem do? It probably increases narcissism. So what do we need instead of self-esteem? Self-compassion. Stop lying to yourself that you’re so awesome. Instead, focus on forgiving yourself when you’re not. In my upcoming book I talk about why self-compassion beats self-esteem. So why does compassion succeed where self-esteem fails? Because self-esteem is always either delusional or contingent, neither of which lead to good things. To always feel like you’re awesome you need to either divorce yourself from reality or be on a treadmill of constantly proving your value. At some point you won’t measure up, which then craters your self-esteem. Not to mention relentlessly proving yourself is exhausting and unsettling. Self-compassion lets you see the facts and accept that you’re not perfect. As famed psychologist Albert Ellis once said, “Self-esteem is the greatest sickness known to man or woman because it’s conditional.” People with self-compassion don’t feel the need to constantly prove themselves, and research shows they are less likely to feel like a “loser.” March 26, 2017 | By Erich Vieth | ...

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