Noun, feminine [the]
- Striving for knowledge about the meaning of life, the nature of the world and the position of man in the world; doctrine, science of the knowledge of the meaning of life, the world and the position of man in the world.
- personal way of looking at life and things
In today's world of constant noise and endless communication, the art of listening has become a rare yet invaluable skill. Plato, the famous Greek philosopher, gave sage advice in this regard. "Learn to listen, and you will benefit even from those who talk foolishly." Plato This sentence reveals...
Do you remember the time when you stood in wonder under the starry night sky as a child? Or when you saw a deer while walking in the woods and held your breath in amazement? But then you stopped having those experiences. Somehow. Somewhere along the way. And you're not alone in that. But the truth is....
Even when I was younger, I found Heinz Erhardt very interesting. His playful and light way to put everyday situations in a new light through rhymes, made me want more. When I now recently, with my girlfriend discovered a book with his best works, I could not help but rummage a little in it.
You may have heard the following ancient quote: "Rewards and punishments are the lowest form of education" and you may also know that it comes from the ancient philosopher Zhuangzi. But what does it mean exactly? To understand this quote, we must first understand the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation is...
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