Confucius – The importance of study
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Kong Qui, otherwise known as Confucius was a Chinese politician, teacher and philosopher. He was a man with many ideas and teachings that left their mark on Chinese culture. Little is a definite fact regarding Confucius’s early life. It is … Continue reading

Money – The evolution
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Why did human beings create money in the first place? As tribes grew into small villages that eventually evolved in to large cities, we needed to create a medium of exchange that everyone could trust and deal in. Coinage, a … Continue reading

Education – What does it mean to you?
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If you are like me, you may have had to reprogram yourself to enjoy learning! This may, or may not be due to a very tedious experience during your time at school as a youngster. The current school system was … Continue reading

Our brain – The 10% myth
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The average adult brain weighs 1.4 kilograms; this is not a great percentage of our overall mass however it costs us 20% of our energy intake! Take an adult male who consumes 2000 calories a day, 400 are being used … Continue reading

Epictetus – Your sphere of choice
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Epictetus is thought to have been born some time in the 50’s AD in Hierapolis, located in modern day turkey and died around 135 AD. He was a Greek speaking stoic philosopher who was born a slave. Epictetus being born … Continue reading

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