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Beyond Our Biased Thoughts

Beyond our Biased Thoughts

It is very easy to believe what your thoughts say. If I think: I am worthless. I might believe it is true just because I think that. The thought might be the result of a particular event, but that does not mean it is true. Thoughts are not always facts. For example, take into consideration the thought that you are worthless because you failed at something. If there is a particular situation that makes you believe that you are worthless, you have to realize that there might be other situations that contradict that biased thought.  Your bias takes that one…

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Where does the word poetry come from

Where does the word poetry come from?

The word poetry originally comes from the greek ‘poiesis’ which means: “a making, fabrication, creation, production”.[1] “ποίησις.” Greek Word Study Tool. Accessed July 10, 2015. According to the philosopher Martin Heidegger, Plato defines poiesis in “Symposium (205b):… “Every occasion for whatever…


What is poetry?

Poetry is a wandering window to and fro the unknown, a gateway. Poetry is the sacred chiming of silence that breaks down logic while still dreaming in Fibonacci spirals.[1] For example, there is a poetic form called FIB. This form…