Dating back to Plato! Many philosophers believe that the concept of moral realism was probably the work of the great Greek philosopher Plato. Wouldn't the world be chaotic, if there were no et
Religion & Spirituality
The Women of Doom The Erinyes, alternatively known as the Furies, were Goddesses, who were the epitome of vengeance. They were three sisters named Alecto, Megaera, and Tisiphon
Did You Know? The word (or phrase) 'maranatha' is used only once in the Bible, in 1 Corinthians 16:22, which, according to the Holman Christian Standard Bible, states, "If anyone does not lo
Imbolc is traditionally celebrated to honor the Celtic deity called Brighid, who is known to be the Goddess of Fire, Hearth, and the Sun. Imbolc is one of the important Greater Wiccan Sabbaths
We make war that we may live in peace. ― Aristotle War is defined as a state of armed conflict between different nations or states or different groups within a nation or state. Over the
Dream DurationScientists claims that a dream can last anywhere between nine minutes to an hour. All of us know the importance of sleep, but more than the quantity, the quality of the sleep matters.
The theory of dualism was applied in various ways in the movie "The Matrix", a science-fiction film released in 1999. The mind-body problem concerns itself with the explanation of th
Did You Know? The word museum comes from the Greek muses. It comes from the word Mouseion which describes the temple of the Greek Muse. Muse or Mousai in Greek mythology are beau
Did You Know? Llangernyw Yew, which is planted in the churchyard of St. Dygain's Church in Llangernyw village, North Wales, is considered one of the oldest living trees in the world. It is approx
Did You Know? Although modern books, movies, and other popular culture depict Loki as the brother of Thor and the adopted son of Odin, this is a misconception. In reality, ancient Norse mythology
What is empirical evidence? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word empirical [evidence] as follows - 1. originating in or based on observation or experience. 2. relying
Did You Know? Aristotle was a student of Plato, who was a student of Socrates. Also, one of the students of Aristotle was Alexander the Great. Excess of anything is bad. It is one of the prime re
Did You Know? In Baltic mythology, Linden was a sacred tree of Laima (Goddess of Fate). She took all her decisions on that tree as a cuckoo. That's why Lithuanian women worship this tree for good l
Symbol of Love The deer or an antelope is the symbol of the heart chakra, which is associated with love, compassion, and giving. It is about giving unconditional love from the depths of your h
"Work as if you were to live a hundred years, pray as if you were to die tomorrow." ― Benjamin Franklin It is a common belief that prayers are best chanted during the testing times.
Surprisingly ... Not believing in any form of deity is also considered a religion. This is because 'atheism' is also a culture followed by masses, and adheres to the 'belief' that no supernatural
Jesus addresses our psychological tendencies! "No man can serve two masters"―this statement can be viewed by skeptics from a legal, logical, situational, and psychological point of view.
Did You Know? Before the constellation Engonasin was thought to symbolize the Greek hero Hercules, it was first attributed to Theseus, followed by Ceteus,Orpheus, Thamyris, and Ixion, all importan
Did You Know? "A dragon king was once said to live in a pond at Shinzen'en, the imperial garden of Kyoto, Japan. During times of drought, Buddhist monks held ceremonies there to persuade t
A Divine Messenger The Kalahari Bushmen in Africa worship and consider the Praying Mantis as the oldest symbol of God. They believed it to be an incarnation of God, and whenever they would sight