Feelings or rather gut feeling and intuition is something i believe that guides us to be passionate about something to stand up for something.
But inorder to make people change their minds in our favour, only reason seems to work. Steven Pinker and Rebecca Newberger Goldstein explain how and why with apt examples
I could just listen to Andrew Solomon’s talk no matter what it is about.
Nevertheless, he subtle wit and oratory skills entrall me everytime.
Another gem of a TED talk
I got to watch some interesting videos today
This one on is about looking at desire from a place of selfishness rather than selfless love for the partner in a long term relationship.
I love how she explains that we need to cross over to the other side and watch this person in his/her fully glory and radiance rather than think of them as an extension of your own. If this is a sort of erotic intelligence, we can all learn it too.
Learnt a damn cool phrase today.. Emotional Correctness
Its not her ethinicity/disability that attracts me, its her spirit.. she draws you into her spirit.. laughing along..
This is what i call making the most of a problem.
Immaculate data collection of needs and wants which is sometimes difficult to calculate.
What i loved the most was how she derived her own model and got the result (in this case, soulmate) she wanted..
Can anyone better Ellen at a “common cement” speech
Never get bored with Ken Robinson’s Ted Talks
Carpe diem works better than day dreaming, research proves it.