To a large extent we believe what we want to believe. We are certainly very good at rationalizing things for ourselves and for others.
Here is an interesting example about how the line between truth and fiction, or inaccurate rationalization, can be blurred. In a nutshell, about 20 glass negatives supposed to be part of Ansel Adams's work thought lost in a darkroom fire have been found. Here is th
We've all thought about doing what we really want to do, about doing what we love, at one point or another. How seriously we considered actually doing so is usually the main factor in deciding whether to go ahead and do it or not.
Fact is, how much harder would it be to do what you really want to do? Personally, when I asked myself this question, the answer jumped at me.
I asked myself how much har