Humble, not poor

When we talk about humbleness we refer to being able to notice who we really are: what we are able to do and what we can't. It's being realistic about ourselves and being aware of the fact that the things that happen to us are not only because of us, but also because there is something, someone, anything …

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Does religion determine knowledge?

The movie The physician talks about the journey of ancient science to help medics heal their patients from their disseases, and wounds and to avoid death. In Medraza there is a philosopher and medic called Ibn Sina, also known as Avicena who studied human nature and found an explanation to avoid sickness and restore health. Rob is an English …

Why pain?

The world is filled with pain and suffering, but why? Many religions and philosophies have tried to eliminate it. Why? Pain is the opposite of happiness. If we have pain, we are unhappy. The Greek tried to understand pain and looked for ways for it not to consume us and end our live's actions, habits, social …

Las ventanas rotas en el ser: Una aplicación metafórica

New York y California, fueron las protagonistas del experimento que dio pie a la creación de la Teoría de las Ventanas Rotas. Ciudades que fueron el escenario para saber cómo una sola acción puede corromper el estatus quo de todo una comunidad. Con este artículo buscamos caracterizar nuestra vida, usando aquellas ventanas rotas como metáfora, …