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God's Sense of Humorthis flourishes in my backyardEcc.  7:3 “Sorrow is better than laughter: for by the sadness of the countenance the heart is made better.”The Sacred PlantUsed for centuries as a medicinal plant that has healing power. It i...

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By The Truth About Lies on May 31, 2017 in: depression, poetry

My Pain (to be read out loud)(for J.) What do I say? What do I say to the pain, “Pain, go away”? You are my pain; you define what I am. What would I do without you? We have been together so longlike a wartime couple who married too youngand staye...

Striving towards meaningful goals is good for your well-being; even just having goals by themselves are indicative of well-being. This is an established dogma of positive psychology, so how can one argue that goals may be at the root of the experienc...

“Growing from depression” is a short, easy read on the subject of the depressive experience and how to make best use of and grow from that experience. The book is written by Dr. Neel Burton, who is a psychiatrist as well as a philosopher,...

Regular readers of The Mouse Trap will be familiar with my obsession with knowing how nature is carved at its joints or in other words what are the natural categories or basic kinds. This translates into thinking a lot about what are the fundamental...

It is a bit cold outside. And thinking I would change it up, I dressed a little simple with single layers … Note to self … No Single layers in the winter. It was a full day for me. I think I said a few nights ago that I had looked in the...

How much is societal behavior dictated by genetics? Scientists at Rockefeller University might just find out through ant colonies. They've modified the genes of clonal raider ants (not shown above) to see how the changes affect social behavior...