Curiosities

Human beings are naturally curious. Here you’ll find less common topics like curiosities, rankings, lists and items of general interest.

What Exactly Does it Mean to Have Attitude?

You’ve probably heard the phrase “have attitude” at some point. Although its meaning might seem obvious to some, this phrase actually confuses a lot of people. The word “attitude” has many different meanings but, at the end of the day, we…

Five Clever Charles Bukowski Quotes

Some of Charles Bukowski’s quotes are controversial. This German writer, who also became an American citizen, was quite critical. He loved exposing the contradictions of modern society, as well as its hypocrisy and lack of meaning.  Bukowski is considered one…

The Seven Keys to Maintaining Your Energy

Energy is that vital strength that depends both on our physical and emotional state. It’s not easy to maintain energy in today’s world. There are thousands of factors that take it away from us, such as stress and our day…

Does the Climate Have an Influence on Violent Behavior?

Various Spanish scientists carried out a study that the Science of The Total Environment published on December 10, 2018. Said study connects heat waves with aggressiveness. According to this study, the climate has an influence on violent behavior.  Researchers at the University…

According to Science, Singing Makes Us Happy

When we’re in the shower, we listen and sing along to music. Simply put, singing makes us happy. This universal practice fills us with serotonin and oxytocin. This injection of enthusiasm is available to everyone. In fact, even people with…

Ten Minutes of Exercise a Day Can Make You Happier

Science is constantly evolving and moving forward. Now, it confirmed that only ten minutes of exercise a day can make you happier.  Everyone is aware of the overall benefits of sports and physical activity. Exercise allows our body to release well-being…

Five Tips for Writing a Cover Letter

Although you may believe that you only need a resume when you’re looking for a job, a cover letter can also help you out a lot. In a cover letter, you can include information about yourself that you couldn’t include…

Beauty is Accepting Who You Are

There’s nothing more attractive than accepting who you are. There’s no greater satisfaction than discovering your value, strengths, and needs. Only then will you make the best decisions, decisions that will make you feel free and filled with that particular beauty…

The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Teachers

Teachers who reprimand their students, who lack empathy, who punish them instead of saying “I’m here if you need help”, and who even aggressively confront their students lack emotional intelligence. These behaviors result from their inability to manage their own emotions.…

The Knight and the World: An Inspiring Story

We decided to adapt this inspiring Pedro Pablo Sacristán story. It begins in a distant kingdom where a brave knight lived. He was so brave that he saved many fascinating characters who needed his help. He had fought monsters, furious…

Five Psychological Strategies Used in Marketing

To buy or not to buy, that is the question. Big brands can’t give consumers too much leeway. This is why they’re experts on the psychological strategies used in marketing. Usually, big companies don’t let too many random variables get in their…

Christina Grof: The Spiritual Aspect of Human Nature

Christina Grof was the founder of the Spiritual Emergency Network and one of the creators of holotropic breathwork. She was a brilliant psychotherapist, president of Grof Transpersonal Training, and vice-president of the International Transpersonal Association. She wrote many books, but many…

The Dictatorship of Likes

Social media is here to stay. This new form of communication has completely revolutionized the way we understand the world. Although it has significant advantages, they have come at a high price for some people. That’s because some of us…

Do You Know the Seven Types of Non-Monogamy?

Who said that relationships are only built between two people? Many people have discovered that monogamy isn’t the only option. Thus, terms like ‘relational orientation’ have emerged. It means that just as people are attracted to a certain gender (or…

The Kybalion’s Principle of Correspondence

As above, so below; as below, so above is The Kybalion’s principle of correspondence. This principle is probably the most popular one of the seven hermetic principles in The Kybalion. This 1908 document claims to be the essence of Hermes Trismegistus‘ teachings. According to…

Children and Homework

In recent years, a lot of people have discussed the advantages and disadvantages of assigning homework to children. Does assigning more homework increase the effectiveness of education? In this article, we explain the arguments both in favor and against assigning…