Curious to know what it feels to entertain yourself without technology? Here’s a story about the importance of tech-free entertainment!
Imagine if you could choose to be mortal. I’m sure you’ve read books, heard fairy tales, or watched movies with immortals. But what would you do if given the choice? Here is a story about Peace vs Immortality you might like.
Do you want to learn the benefits of creativity through a story? Here is the story of the Creativity Cafe. Prepare to meet Lily and Clara and get inspired by the power of creativity.
Read the story of Little Lil and her Grandma. Here is the power of decision and responsibility at full effect.
We all have desires. When those desires touch the spectrum of society and humanity, they become a vision. And then the world slowly becomes a better place. If that sounds like something you want, have you asked yourself what your vision is?
People seem to excel better when they live and work together. 10 people can achieve more if they work as a group than if they work independently. In one way, a culture is a certain arrangement of rules and patterns through which individuals can live and thrive together. However, people seem to believe that cultures cannot be chosen.
Politics is part of our lives every day. Whether we are interested in it or not, politics determines the quality and future of our daily lives. We can choose to be politically active and help make everyone’s lives better, or we can choose to be indifferent. Whatever we choose, the responsibility remains.
Creativity is a trait of our minds. If we have to be honest, we cannot really create something new. We are, however, able to twist certain aspects or combine seemingly unrelated things and then create something that has not happened before, but it was always possible.
Many claim that the science of economics took form in order to bring us wealth, money, order, institutions, rule of law. Or in other words: economic development. We do want this to come, but is this the end goal? Or is it a means to something else?
History has been a boring subject for many students in primary school and beyond. This gets more noticeable if one considers the way it is often taught: history classes usually require memorization rather than learning. However, as with all things in life, we can use everything for our growth, including history reading.