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Having it all, and still empty: The Case of Jada Pinckett-Smith

“We avoid ourselves through medication, and submerging ourselves in work, mindless entertainment or in the lives of those who need us. “

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Film Review of ‘An Inspector Calls’ – The Choice to Live when Death Seems a Foregone Conclusion

“If we were all responsible for everything that happened to everybody we’d had anything to do with, it would be very awkward, wouldn’t it?” Mr Birling

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Vincent Van Gogh – Living in the Shadow of Failure

Perhaps the greatest undervalued virtue – the one we least applaud – is the capacity to endure difficult circumstances. We have been ingrained with the notion, particularly through fictionalised films and literature, that victory lies in changing one’s external situation. If we perceive our bodies to be defective, we feel compelled to subject them to […]

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Robin Williams: His Legacy of Laughter & Sadness

Who would have thought that behind the funny face and well-timed quips lay a complex interplay of struggles which would lead to his tragic demise. He chose the limelight of the stage in which to enact his improvised personas for the amusement of his audience, but in the end his toughest role was his real […]