Posts Tagged ‘psychology’

Aug 13, 2014

Robin Williams The Funny Man The Sad Clown

“Don’t Worry, Be Happy” By Bobby McFerrin, featuring Robin Williams in music video

Everyone seemed to love this man. He had a prolific media career. Multi-generational.

The reason for this particular post has to do with taking the burden of keeping everyone happy on your shoulders. Who is really the brave one? Who is the coward?

In life, imagine there are a lot of losers and very, very few real winners. Imagine the load on one’s shoulders who has to keep everyone going, keep them happy, keep them sane. You’d have to use so much reverse-psychology just so they think they are actually winning in life.

So the question I present is:

Would you lose in life to give someone you cared a sliver of hope of winning?

Everyone’s miserable and sad, and the guy that makes you happy you won’t let find his happiness. Or when he needs to be sad, you won’t let be sad, because you want him to be happy to keep you happy. It’s kinda greedy, isn’t it?

So would you lose?

Sep 24, 2013

Rehab Is Going To Be Pain

By Chongchen Saelee

I went through this before after the first surgery to remove my right wrist bone tumor. But that one wasn’t an expected life experience (and who would want it?). But then the bone tumor returned, and I just had a second surgery nearly 2 months ago. And that means I need to prep myself for physical rehab again. (more…)

Jun 19, 2013

The Psychology of Evil – A TED talk by Philip Zimbardo

You mindless sheeple are EVIL! And this guy sums it up nicely why. It’s not your fault you don’t know any better. You can always blame someone else for your own actions. Tough nuts. (more…)

Jun 16, 2013

Motive for Becoming Government Cronie

Reading in between the lines of human nature and society. What I’ve deduced from this hubbub of an Edward Snowden story. (more…)