Since I first scuffled with bigger boys on the playground I was told by teachers, adults, and peers to have a thicker skin. Through my teen years and into adulthood I was told to man […]
Haecceity (from the Latin haecceitas – pronounced heck-see-ity) is usually translated as “thisness.” Duns Scotus is believed to be the first person to use the word to denote the wholly unique components that make a […]
Sadness, loneliness, depression — feelings most of us don’t welcome. Speakers like Tony Robbins and Sharon Pope as well as a growing number of Psychologists say that suppressing or avoiding feelings is not good for […]
When I was at David Thompson University Centre I took my first course in Linguistics. I discovered that the study of a word’s history, it’s parts and evolution, was strangely pleasurable and enlightening. More than […]
The difference between Sabi and Aware is that sabi includes an intentional acceptance and leads to insight.