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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 03:26:35 AM

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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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Pets and Vets Matter: An Interview with Sandy Weaver

Dogs are man’s best friend, they say. But they are much more than that. In fact, they are not only a perfect companion for man, woman & child, but they are great examples and wonderful models to follow when it comes to being happy and living in the moment. In the words of Sandy Weaver, Mindset Expert and Workplace Happiness Director, dogs are “perfectly in-the-now creatures”. And unlike their demanding and never satisfied human counterparts, dogs do not ask for much: Give them their...

Saying No to Child Abuse: An Interview with Steve Simpson

At that time the disciples came to Jesus and asked, “Who, then, is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.”Matthew 18:1-5 Although...

Vincent Van Gogh: Seeing the World in Colors

Before a few months ago, my knowledge about Vincent Van Gogh was very limited. Although I appreciated some of his work for their vivid and bold colors, all I knew about him was that he cut off his ear because apparently because he did not like how it looked on his latest self-portrait and that he committed suicide. I had not read much about him nor seen any of the movies on his life except the most memorable scene of Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams, which takes place within the world of one of his...

It’s All Connected: An Enlightening Interview with Dr. David Hanscom

Years ago, I read (and wrote a review on) the fascinating book It’s all in your head by neurologist Dr. Suzanne O’Sullivan, which recounts various examples and clinical case studies of people suffering from psychosomatic disorders. Their problems did not have physical and biological origins but were often related and traced back to the mind. For me, the often ignored and not-enough-talked-about link between the mind and one’s body had been established. It was a game-changer of sorts...

A Whole-Person Perspective of Health and Happiness: Interview with Integrative Physical Therapist Matt Erb

“You needn’t be well to be wealthy But you’ve got to be whole to be holy.” Greg Lake (from Emerson, Lake and Palmer)At its core, the holistic model poses a dilemma and/or a challenge: How can you provide an overall model that effectively encompasses and adjusts to individual differences and variations? For the scientific method, one takes apart the whole in order to focus on and to better understand the individual parts, bolts, and pieces. After a careful study of them through...

Leaving Behind Your Essence: Book Review of The Legacy Letters by Carew Papritz

Some works of fiction are hard to define as they are a mishmash and cumulation of different genres, while some works of non-fiction carefully tread onto fictitious terrain. When it comes to The Legacy Letters, its author Carew Papritz blurs and pushes the dividing line between fiction and non-fiction even further; in fact, he does not just cross the line, he grabs it and shapes it into a circle. As a result, he achieves one of those truly rare feats in literature where his work qualifies as...

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