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Are You a Wisdom Boaster?

The wisdom boaster may possess wisdom, but the motivation isn’t about helping others; it’s about proving superiority. The boaster uses what he knows (or thinks he knows) to demonstrate to others that his point of view reigns. When seeking wisdom, the boaster may already have a plan of action decided on a particular topic and he uses others to prove his way is the best. The boaster is typically inflexible when it comes to changing his point of view. When sharing wisdom, the boaster loves to talk about his successes. He may over-emphasize the positive to support his superiority and omit facts that threaten it. To the boaster, it’s not about seeking and sharing to improve himself and others; it’s about seeking and sharing to validate he’s the smartest one in the room.

Review of Geraldine Brooks’ Book, Caleb’s Crossing

Martha’s Vineyard is one of my favorite spots on earth and I feel fortunate to spend time there every Fall. Caleb’s Crossing, being largely set there, immediately grabbed my interest. This story takes place in the sixteen hundreds and involves a family led by a British missionary in what is now Martha’s Vineyard.

Book Review: Weeping Goes Unheard by Lucia Mann

“Weeping Goes Unheard” no longer as more and more voices speak up through a variety of channels. Lucia Mann contributes to this unveiling of a hidden (or as she argues, a covered) past of Canada by voicing those who have passed away, gone missing, or are still among us.

Ulcerative Colitis – A Comparison of Allopathic and Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Ulcerative colitis (UC) is an inflammatory bowel disease which typically affects only the large intestine, and usually involves only the inner layers (mucosa and sub-mucosa) in a continuous manner. This is unlike Crohn’s disease which may affect any part of the gastro-intestinal tract, has a non-continuous spread (skip lesions), and involves the entire depth of the intestinal wall. UC has many causative factors including genetics, immune system reactions, drug usage (mostly pain killers and oral contraceptives), environmental factors, stress, smoking, and consumption of milk products. Common symptoms include pain in the lower abdomen, frequent motions, mucus discharge, and rectal bleed. Patients with severe involvement may have fever, purulent rectal discharge, weight loss, and extra-colonic manifestations.

\”The Importance of Giving”

There is a certain magic that you feel when you give some of what you have and/or some of who you are to brighten someone’s day. This is the true gift of giving.