It is said that it takes a village to raise a child. It's folk wisdom acknowledging that the development of a person requires the contribution of the whole community. What value does the community add, especially when the community in question is the scientific one?
They say self-esteem is a vital ingredient for success in life. But what if everything we were taught about self-esteem is wrong?
The stakes are high when it comes to identifying the one to whom we should pray, and we can discover who by answering an apparently simple question: Can we expect prayers to be heard no matter who we address them to?
In a society that does not place great value on sensitivity, raising orchid children—children who are hypersensitive to environmental conditions—can be an overwhelming experience for parents. At least, until they realize the vital role they can play in unleashing the extraordinary potential that such children have.
The readers who immerse themselves in the maze of paper and ink, savouring every word, seem to be on the verge of extinction.
Let him that would move the world first move himself. – Socrates