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Our thought processes are not always the clearest. They are not always the most rational. Psychologists have identified over 100 of these thinking biases. This blog looks at just nine of these, which seem particularly relevant to the world of both education and sport, and offers tips on how best to overcome them. Confirmation Bias …

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[10:39] WHO CAN OBSERVE THEMSELVES HONESTLY?…. I MEAN REALLY HONESTLY?   As a whole world population many stumble across belief and non-belief and justify their flow via an ego identity. ‘Stumble’, as thousands of bits of information thrown at us each day, the brain reacts accordingly and not necessarily with a complete rational process guided by reason although we live in a paradox assuming that we are rational beings. Justification biases will always find a way to uphold this assumption…

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Thoughts simply aren’t facts, they are mental events that pop up in the mind and are dependent on our mood. Thoughts are not facts infographic by Elisha Goldstein

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Painting On Foil

Painting on foil is a simple process art idea for kids. Inspired by Van Gogh's Starry night this activity works on fine motor skills and colour mixing for toddler and preschoolers.

from Ancient History Encyclopedia

Egyptian Government

The government of ancient Egypt was a theocratic monarchy as the king ruled by a mandate from the gods, initially was seen as an intermediary between human beings and the divine, and was supposed to represent the gods' will through the laws passed and policies approved. A central government in Egypt is evident by c. 3150 BCE when King Narmer unified the country, but some form of government existed prior to this date. (By Joshua J. Mark) --AHE


"People and things do not upset us, rather we upset ourselves by believing that they can upset us." -Albert Ellis by deeplifequotes, via Flickr


Therapy: Treating relational/marital schemas and/or problems with cognitive restructuring! 12 Irrational beliefs individuals may believe to be true. Self-actualization can not be achieved with these beliefs. Inspired by Dr. Albert Ellis pioneer of R.E.B.T (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). Michael L. Kerns/MLK5240