If you’re familiar with crystals, then you probably already know being in their presence is good for you. What you probably don’t know, yet, is why. The truth is, there’s still plenty of speculation on why crystals have benefits. So
Living in this world, and experiencing many things as I’m sure you have, you probably already wondered why we’re here, right? I mean, it seems a bit crazy to believe that the only reason as to why we’re alive is to live and to die, doesn’t it?
Many people still don’t know why they’re in this world, and it is difficult to be completely sure of why we are alive – o[…]
At some point, you probably already wondered if it was possible for someone to be watching you, right? And you probably already wondered if that could be happening without you ever knowing about it too, haven’t you? As you read this and give these ideas some thought, you will probably start questioning to which point you really […]
When you were younger, did you enjoy watching Cartoons? The earliest generations may have had the privileged of having a TV, yet for those born before the 70’s or 80’s, this may have been more difficult. Still, with your kids being born under the youngest generations, did you let them watch cartoons?
It may have (…)
Since the moment the average person wakes up, until they go to sleep, how much time do you think they spend on their phone, computer, or Ipad? How much time do you think they spend watching TV? How much time do you?
It is really normal that we spend a lot of time in these electronics, afterall, we’re constantly being influenced to buy and to stay connected. But does that make it acceptable? Is it really worth it to spend our times connected online, yet, disconnected from our real lives and real self?
Here are 4 facts that will make you question everything you think you know about what elec
We recently published an article expressing the shortcomings of our conventional Education system.
Now, one of the main problems with our conventional schools is that the system itself is designed in a way they speak of peace, freedom and critical thinking, they tell the children to practise these, but then by the design of the system itself, they aren’t allowed to do any of that.
How can kids learn peace when tests and marks create competition? How can they learn freedom when they’re obligated to sit in a classroom and not move for hours on end? And how can we ever hope children learn how to think for themselves if the basic fundamental of “success” in school is based on regurgitating other people’s opinions?
The society we live in is broken. This is not news for us. Every year, we’re told by politicians to wait it off, that we are (slowly) improving. But, every year, we accumulate more depth, the rate of robberies and death increases; the difference between those who are wealthy and those who don’t even have what to eat accentuates. Every day that goes by, more and more people lose their jobs, their homes, their lives. How can we believe that things are getting better when we have such a dark reality right in front of our eyes?
The truth is that the society as a whole is far more broken than we can even begin to imagine. And it is up to us to change that. But first, we must know exactly what is causing the problems we face.