Charlie Chaplin Self Love Poem and the Subtle Art of Myth Busting

Charlie Chaplin Self Love Poem There are rafts of articles and posts online about Charlie Chaplin being the author of the poem, When I loved Myself Enough (also titled ‘As I began to love myself’). This 'Charlie Chaplin Self Love Poem' has become a point of reference for anything to do with self-love; except that … Continue reading Charlie Chaplin Self Love Poem and the Subtle Art of Myth Busting

8 Flavors of Love – Which One Are You?

Let’s Talk About Love Falling in or out of love is one of the strongest emotions that people can experience. Love can be kind. Love can be cruel. Love is everything. Love has been called "one of the most studied and least understood areas in psychology." Everyone has experienced feelings of love to some extent … Continue reading 8 Flavors of Love – Which One Are You?

Why Things Are Not Always What They Seem

"Why things are not always what they seem; first appearance deceive many, the intelligence of a few perceive what has been carefully hidden" Phaedrus, c. 444 – 393 BC "The mind is strange in the way that it picks and chooses what it wants to see. The way people let their emotions, conditions, and state … Continue reading Why Things Are Not Always What They Seem

Don’t Worry Be Happy – The Benefits of Music

'Don’t Worry Be Happy’ is a popular song by Bobby McFerrin; its lyrics go like this: “Here is a little song I wrote.You might want to sing it note for note.Don’t worry, be happy.In every life we have some trouble.But when you worry you make it double.Don’t worry, be happy.‘Cause when you worry your face will … Continue reading Don’t Worry Be Happy – The Benefits of Music