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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 07:26:35 AM

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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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Life in a Driver’s Seat: The Difference between Driving and Being Driven

Few of us are fully in control of what happens to us, whereas those among us who think they are in complete control of events are deluding themselves. Although there is a concentric circle that involves what is within our control and responsibility, most of what happens to and befalls upon us ends up falling outside of it. That said, regardless of the level of control we have in any outcome and situation, it is important to not only be aware of this but to translate it into concrete and...

Cannabis and the Treatment of Cancer

The other morning as I was walking past a local coffee shop, I noticed a long line-up of people outside waiting patiently for their regular dose of coffee or their shot of espresso. At moments like these, it becomes apparent that coffee is indeed a drug. I had already had my own daily fix of this dark liquid. In fact, the only time I would consider postponing my daily ritual of drinking coffee would be if I run out of coffee - which is not likely as I tend to keep stacks of whole-bean and...

Reading the Bible with Gentle Skepticism: An Interview with Rabbi Tzemah Yoreh

Before my enlightening and delightful interview with Rabbi Dr. Tzemah Yoreh, there were at least two things I was not aware of, one, that in the first version of the Bible, Abraham went through with the deed and killed his son Isaac, and secondly, that it is possible to read and interpret the Bible with gentle skepticism. But before we delve and explore these thought-provoking and controversial ideas of biblical proportions, let me briefly introduce the Rabbi behind those fascinating thoughts...

Biohacking and Tapping into the Brain: An Interview with Dr. Patrick Porter

Two of my passions are technology and the brain. The former has been fascinating to me not only because of the promises and potential dangers of Artificial Intelligence but also in terms of using technological advances on a personal and societal level to help humanity and to make life easier and more convenient. Moreover, the brain has always intrigued me not only because of its significant role in overall health and psychology but also as a means of better understanding ourselves alongside our...

Mind and Cherish your Coincidences: An Interview with Dr. Neil J. Farber

In the Bible, dreams were the portal through which messages were delegated from the spiritual realm with the earthly one below. Not only would God-sent angels communicate with mortal humans, but these prophetic dreams and guidance would be vital and often lifesaving information for the parties involved. The father of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud considered dreams the royal road to the unconscious. When people dismiss dreams or deem apparent coincidences and connections in life to be randomly...

Climbing your Inner Mountain: An Inspiring Interview with Michael Schauch

On paper, we seemed to have very little in common. Michael Schauch is an avid mountaineer, and although I like to look at mountains, I would stay away from them with a ten-foot pole. He is an entrepreneur, while I can barely manage my own finances. He wrote a book about mountain climbing in the Himalayas, and although I am interested in the region, mainly for cultural and philosophical reasons, my interest in sports and outdoor activities beyond the occasional walk is minimal. But these initial...

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