Monthly Archives: September 2014

We learn when we ask.

“Often when one does not just accept something, the possibility of learning something significantly new emerges. And most great steps forward in development of mankind and society have taken place when someone did not accept a given truth or way … Continue reading

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Changing my focus.

Hi everyone, I’m changing my focus a little with this blog. It is no longer “Making Meaning of Life in Southeast Asia” as I am now a student again and no longer living in Southeast Asia. I’m still, of course, … Continue reading

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No Turning Back

“Men still want the crutch of dogma, of beliefs fixed by authority, to relieve them of the trouble of thinking and the responsibility of directing their activity by thought. They tend to confine their own thinking to a consideration of … Continue reading

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