Month: August 2021

Why facts don’t change our minds

Humans need a reasonably accurate view of the world in order to survive. If your model of reality is wildly different from the actual world, then you struggle to take effective actions each day. However, truth and accuracy are not the only things that matter to the human mind. Humans […]

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Japan’s Independent Kids

“Send the beloved child on a journey” -A Japanese Proverb. By Western standards, Japanese culture emphasizes independence from a very young age. One of Japan’s most loved and longest-running TV shows is called “My First Errand.” The program is filmed secretly when young children are given a nearby job to […]

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Origins of Common English Idioms

Ever wondered where some ever-present idioms originated from in the English language? Here are some interesting origins of common English idioms and their fascinating and sometimes bizarre history: Always a bridesmaid, never a bride Definition: Literally, always being a bridesmaid and never a bride. More figuratively, it is a forlorn saying […]

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The Romantic Revival in English Literature

The Romantic Movement was characterized by a strong protest against the conventions and worn out traditions of the classicists. There was a freedom in the choice of subject and suitable verse-forms. So there was an endless variety in subject and form. The poetry of the eighteenth century was mainly concerned […]

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360 Wander Writer Welcome to the world of Music Music is the moonlight in the gloomy of Life John Paul Friedrich Richter Happy, hear to a music . Sad ,listen […]

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