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“Are You Living a Crazy Busy Lifestyle?”

These days, the overextended life is the norm for many. People who gab about their bustling, buzzing, on-the-go life are rarely ashamed of it; indeed, there is a bit of boasting (despite the occasional sigh) about how insanely busy they are. Read Full Article Here.

“Talking to Yourself: A Sign of Sanity”

If you talk to yourself, does that mean you are losing it? Or, might it actually be a sign of sanity, making you smarter. Smarter, not daft?? Right! Read Full Article Here. For more Featured Articles see below.

What is Wisdom?

It is more than being informed. It is more than knowing what’s “right.” It is understanding, knowledge, experience, insight and common sense that you put to use in how you think and how you act.  Others define wisdom in a more poetic way…

Albert Einstein: “Any fool can know. The point is to understand.”

Marilyn vos Savant: “To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.”

Pierre Abelard: “The beginning of wisdom is found in doubting; by doubting we come to the question, and by seeking we may come upon the truth.”