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Taosophy http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/WhatIs_.html

Taosophy http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/WhatIs_.html

TaoDenkyem:  Taosophy--a melding of the Chinese philosophy of ‘Yin Yang’(inherent perceived universal duality) and the West African Concept of ‘Denkyem’ (adaptability).  The symbol represents: adaptability to any circumstance, acknowledging the interdependent and complementary, immutable and impressible forces that give rise to each other in the natural world.  The imperative: Adapt. Flow. Evolve.

TaoDenkyem: Taosophy--a melding of the Chinese philosophy of ‘Yin Yang’(inherent perceived universal duality) and the West African Concept of ‘Denkyem’ (adaptability). The symbol represents: adaptability to any circumstance, acknowledging the interdependent and complementary, immutable and impressible forces that give rise to each other in the natural world. The imperative: Adapt. Flow. Evolve.

AUDIO EXCERPT: The Northpond Hermit: Sometimes you just need to get away...and stay away (full story at http://snapjudgment.org/personal-jesus) See more on 'Quiet @ http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet.html

AUDIO EXCERPT: The Northpond Hermit: Sometimes you just need to get away...and stay away (full story at http://snapjudgment.org/personal-jesus) See more on 'Quiet @ http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet.html

PERSUASION: Atheos App - PERSUASION: Atheos App - Dr. Peter Boghossian and his team developed the Atheos app to help people have non-confrontational discussions about gods, religion, faith, and superstition. It shows you how to gently explore a person's strongest beliefs. http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/persuasion.html

The goal is to help people become more thoughtful and more reflective about their faith-based beliefs. Can you support your positions about God, religion or the supernatural?

QUIET: 7 Reasons Introverts Now Rule the World      Twentieth-century Americans were bottle-fed on the importance of needing to "prove themselves." Extroverts, with their brash and gregarious manner, were the golden children. It's time to bow before the introverts reading in the corner. Here's why.  http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet2.html

7 Reasons Introverts Now Rule the World. Twentieth-century Americans were bottle-fed on the importance of needing to "prove themselves.

SKEPTICISM:  Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris of The Atheist Experience discuss the futility of relying on luck and how doing so keeps one from realizing and cultivating their real potential. (Excerpt from the May 29, 2016 show @1:15:36) For more on the futility of relying on luck: The Adam Carolla Show, 5/23/16, https://soundcloud.com/taosophy/luck-schmuck http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/skepticism.html

10 Ways to Become Luckier in Business. Here are my strategies for creating all the luck you need to become a successful entrepreneur.

Brennan Jacoby (excerpt from course description) Popular culture is confused about solitude. The image of 'happiness', conveyed by television and advertising, is of a merry group of friends, while being 'alone' and being 'lonely' are considered almost synonymous. But one in three of us now live alone, and that number is set to rise. ...  Thoreau said: "I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude. http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet.html

Brennan Jacoby (excerpt from course description) Popular culture is confused about solitude. The image of 'happiness', conveyed by television and advertising, is of a merry group of friends, while being 'alone' and being 'lonely' are considered almost synonymous. But one in three of us now live alone, and that number is set to rise. ... Thoreau said: "I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude. http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet.html

The Quirkyalone: Celebrating Single Life by Sasha Cagen  If Jung was right, that people are different in fundamental ways that drive them from within, then the quirkyalone is simply to be added to the pantheon of personality types collected over the 20th century. Only now, when the idea of marrying at age 20 has become thoroughly passé, are we quirkyalones emerging in greater numbers.  http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet.html

Read Chapter 3 from the story More Than Just A Daughter Of Hermes by with 119 reads.

Taosophy.com: Water (Flow)

Taosophy.com: Water (Flow)

While the data is still pretty skimpy, DePaulo says, there is some evidence suggesting that people who choose to stay single are more likely to be introverts than extroverts. And in a quest similar to the growing movement to de-stigmatize introversion, DePaulo seeks to debunk America’s misguided notions about what it means to choose to be single. http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet.html

Some introverts might be happier without getting coupled up the way society tells us we should.

The Stoa: Emotional Intelligence (HuffPo) Dr. Travis Bradberry, Contributor TalentSmart, President and ‘Emotional Intelligence 2.0,’ Coauthor 15 Signs That You Are Emotionally Intelligent Unlike your IQ, your EQ is highly malleable. http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/thestoa.html

15 Signs That You Are Emotionally Intelligent

Unlike your IQ, your EQ is highly malleable.

Shocking Study: What's so bad about being alone with your thoughts: A study finds that many people would rather shock themselves than be alone with their thoughts.  http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet2.html

What's So Bad About Being Alone With Your Thoughts?

Taosophy.com: Dark Matters (Dealing with Tragedy and Mortality)

Taosophy.com: Dark Matters (Dealing with Tragedy and Mortality)

How Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Toxic People  It's one thing to handle your internal challenges with equanimity, but when they come from external sources it takes a fair amount of emotional intelligence to respond to touchy interactions with problem people.  http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/thestoa.html

The Secret Law Of Attraction

How Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Toxic People It's one thing to handle your internal challenges with equanimity, but when they come from external sources it takes a fair amount of emotional intelligence to respond to touchy interactions with pro

William Faulkner: This great writer was an introverted, independent outsider. He had a live and let live attitude—didn’t like telling people what to do and hated it when others tried to control him. He backed off from confrontations, was pensive, creative, individualistic, withdrawn and witty; more of a listener than a talker. He preferred to read a large variety of books independently.  http://taosophy.com/Taosophy/quiet.html

What Is Author William Faulkner’s Personality Type?

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