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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 07:26:35 AM

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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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The Act of Healing Your Body: Book Review of Cancer, I Love You

I have never had doubts about the potential healing power through faith and belief. When this occurs, it is often regarded and considered a miracle, and in many ways it is. Genuine and all-encompassing faith can move mountains and at that point and stage not even the sky can limit or contain its immense expansive and luminous powers. Belief or faith as a thought process tied and connected with emotions has a drive that can change lives and mobilize and accelerate the healing...

God as a Narcissistic Artist: A Review of Aronofsky’s mother!

I remember that at the beginning of the year, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! with its headlining poster of Jennifer Lawrence was heralded as one of the most anticipated movies of the year. As a film buff, I was also quite thrilled to see the next film of the filmmaker who had critically acclaimed movies the likes of Pi (1998), the brilliant and innovative Requiem of a Dream (2000) and Black Swan (2010) under his belt despite the occasional missteps and misfires such as The Fountain (2006) and...

Orthorexia Nervosa: When Healthy Food becomes an Obsession

Being healthy is good but being constantly obsessed with one’s health is neither good nor healthy. It is true that we often neglect health matters, especially in the modern day and age where we have more wealth and with it more immediate access to junk food dangerously paired up with a sedentary lifestyle. It is a sad and tragic irony that a billion of people are overweight and obese, while another billion is suffering from serious malnutrition in other parts of the world. The former attempt...

The Death and Legacy of the Immortal Artist

Friedrich Nietzsche undoubtedly a highly influential thinker and one of the most important philosophers of the modern age was and continues to be often misunderstood and maligned and more often than not mired in controversy. The controversy may occur at times due to his innovative and revolutionary ideas, but at other times due to influences and circumstances that have been completely outside of his control. An example of very unfortunate historical circumstance would go back to his estranged...

The Fall from Grace: Garden of Eden Revisited

I have always found the biblical story of the Garden of Eden to be puzzling and confounding, to say the least. Questions have abounded regarding its moral lesson and utility. The story seems to suggest that original sin originally came into existence as the direct result of disobeying (admittedly blind and overbearing) power and authority; worse, since the act involved the dichotomy between ignorance and knowledge, the Bible seems to suggest that the former is preferable to the latter, hence...

Narcissistic Mothers

The mother nourishing and taking care of her infant is upheld not only as an ideal for human development, but also considered a sign of spirituality; a mother is often depicted as an embodiment of the sacred and the holy, which is most expressly symbolized in the Holy Virgin of the Catholic religion. In fact, motherhood is put on a pedestal as she is seen engaged in the selfless act of not only protecting her loved ones but also imbuing them with unconditional love.  Motherhood is equally...

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