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  1. 04/08/2022 · Just as an example: the great desire that lies beneath everything in your life is freedom. The freedom to be completely yourself. The freedom to do what you really want to do, to say what you really want to say, to be who you really feel you are deep down.

  2. 04/08/2022 · Seven months ago, I published a long-form article presenting my ranking of the world’s 13 biggest problems. Here they are in order: Extreme Inequality of Opportunity The Instant Pleasure Industry...

  3. 02/08/2022 · The destructive nature of humans sets a pre-inclination for disaster when humans must interact with others in society. ‘For masses are lazy and unintelligent; they have no love for instinctual renunciation, and they are not to be convinced by argument of its inevitability; and the individuals composing them support one another in giving free rein to their indiscipline.’

  4. 02/08/2022 · This means getting away from the myths and unrealistic expectations, and being able to learn about your own sexuality and that of your partner. 2. Having or developing an orientation based on pleasure (arousal, love, lust, and fun) rather than performance.

  5. 24/07/2022 · Personal growth is one of my greatest desires and motivates me to do all the difficult tasks in life. That sense of accomplishment I have when I achieve something for the first time or overcome a...

  6. 13/07/2022 · …to desire Him is always the beginning of love… By words, mental or vocal, our prayer takes flesh. Yet it is most important that the heart should be present to him to whom we are speaking in prayer: “Whether or not our prayer is heard depends not on the number of words, but on the fervor of our souls.” —Catechism of the Catholic Church, n. 2709

  7. 01/08/2022 · This suggests some surprising things about our future. We will likely live longer and become taller, as well as more lightly built. We’ll probably be less aggressive and more agreeable, but have smaller brains. A bit like a golden retriever, we’ll be friendly and jolly, but maybe not that interesting. At least, that’s one possible future.