The Seven Essential Needs

In a previous paper (Sosteric and Ratkovic 2018) we invoked Maslow’s twin hierarchies of need to suggest a framework for understanding “how to be human.” Maslow’s twin hierarchies[1] of need give clues on what we need to do to make humans happy, whole, and connected....

What is Sociology?

Results for "W" So, here you are asking the question, “What is Sociology?” Well, I have to say, “Congratulations!” Congratulations because, as I’m here to tell you, sociology is no ordinary academic discipline and learning about...

What is Money?

Try this at home, or in your classroom. Ask five individuals the question “What is money?” Write their answers down. Notice anything peculiar? They’ll all be able to tell you what they use it for (i.e. buying things), but they won’t be able to...

The Trouble with Atheists

The trouble with atheists is that they are fighting a battle with a delusion, which is not that surprising. Atheists pride themselves on being “not stupid,” after all, and they aren’t. Atheists can see the patent absurdity of God as a violent, abusive, and controlling...

Parable of the ISMS (a.k.a. You have two cows)

Capitalism: You have two cows. You are not happy with just two cows so you take other people’s cows. You get the people with no cows to look after your cows. You give them a little milk for their effort and say it’s natural or that God wants it that way....

Grade One

Our daughter, Vayda, recounts her grade one experience. Grade One Grade 1, I mumbled when I recited the sentences. My teacher decided I was mentally stunted. Maybe go as far to think I was mentally retarded. The only problem I had was I couldn’t say the words. For I...
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