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5 Most Common Regrets of the Dying

It is very rare for HE to repost content from other websites, but this one cannot afford to be missed for originality's sake. Bronnie Ware spent her life working with elderly people who were close to...

Jordan Lejuwaan

The Philosophical Morality of the 1%

Peter Singer is arguably one of the most influential philosophers alive today – he has published over one hundred academic articles, dozens of books, and was recently named a “Companion of the...

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A Long Lost Letter From Your Innate Creative Self

You are created by two human beings making love through the beat of their bodies. For nine months you are a tiny organism feeding onto a chord that connects you to your mother's womb. Then you pass...

Satori

8 TEDtalks That Will Change Your Life Forever

1. Juan Enriquez: Will our kids be a different species? Juan asks in this compelling TEDtalk 'can we upgrade ourselves?' His answer immediately puts humankind in perspective. So far, there have...

Martijn Schirp

An Homage & Call to Women In The 21st Century

Confession: I am a reformed sexist. For a long time I held the view that on average, women are not as capable as men. This view was based on my experience; it was what I saw around me. So many...

Jordan Lejuwaan

The Virtual Body Ideal: Why We Feel More Insecure Than Ever

For Attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For a...

Martijn Schirp

The Defining Question Of Your Life

Is there a cause you would die for? Something that, if it was successful, would change the world in an enormous, seemingly magical way? Something that goes far beyond you as an individual, the...

Jordan Lejuwaan

A Fun, Little Mind-Trick For Déjà Vu’s

You know that déjà vu sensation? When you experience something that you’re...

Jordan Lejuwaan

Embracing The Cold: A Workshop With Wim ‘The Iceman’ Hof

I slowly stepped into the water. First the right foot, then the left. It was cold, ice-cold. Yet the feeling was not unpleasant. After an initial reaction of resistance, I could relax and immerse...

Martijn Schirp

The Causal Conundrum of Time Travel

Time travel is a frequently discussed topic in the philosophy of time. One supposed problem with time travel is that it would allow for 'causal loops' -- conundrums that make little sense in our...

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