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Quite often, realizing some things is sufficiently painful for us that we don’t wish to see them. Our brain is much better orientated to avoiding pain than in looking for the compensation and, that is why, when we sense there’s going to be suffering we...

In addition to realizing that you are unique in this world, you must also accept that you are always alone. Yes, alone!   No one can ever feel what you are feeling, whether you are surrounded by hundreds of thousands of people, or making love with one...

I cannot see why this love of company, this strong desire after society, should be construed so much our favour and alleged as a mark of some intrinsic worth in man not to be found in other animals. For to prove from it the goodness...

In Unto This Last (1862), John Ruskin, who had been as concerned with challenging meritocratic ideas, described in sarcastic tones the conclusions he had reached about the characters of rich and poor on the basis of hundreds of encounters with both groups in many countries...

Ancius Manlius Severinus Boethius (475—525), to give him his full name, was one of the last Roman philosophers. He died just twenty years before Rome fell to the barbarians. But in his lifetime Rome was already going downhill. Like his fellow Romans Cicero and Seneca,...