Human Relationships: The Downward Spiral

I believe that humans strive on their relationships with other humans. It is in our nature to depend on other people – a family member, a friend, a lover, a stranger. Even the Mr. I’m-Cool-Enough-To-Be-On-My-Own and Ms. I-Don’t-Need-No Man’s are in need of someone with whom they can seek advice and talk about their worries. […]

Will We Become Automatons?

Technology has increased our standard of living in so many ways. Cell phones, television, the Internet, etc etc – you name it, most of us probably use it. It is of great use to us all in the way that it has improved communication, eased access to information, and increased the velocity of life. Nowadays, […]

Curiosity Doesn’t Always Kill the Cat

Humans are very curious and inquisitive beings. I’m positive that a large majority of us are aware of the common English proverb-idiom-phrase “curiosity killed the cat,” which essentially means that you could be entangling yourself in problems if you’re trying to find out more about something that you don’t necessarily have to or should know. […]

Iago’s Two Cents

Depending on a wide variety of factors, the average person will meet anywhere from 10,000 to 200,000 people in their lifetime. That number significantly decreases if you take into account only those who know more about you than just your name. The number is smaller yet when it comes down to meaningful relationships between two […]