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The Art of Virtue Signalling

The Art of Virtue Signalling


Posted By on Dec 1, 2016

Johan Nayar

We are living in a time where each day it’s becoming harder to express our truth. The policing of speech and thoughts has two effects. Firstly, it removes status from those who cross the ever increasing lines of what is deemed to be politically correct and secondly, it gives the one policing the wrong behaviour, a level of power. Those who have this power, need an ever increasing set of rules to enforce. A simple example is the...

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Some pictures from caves up in the Tatras of northern Slovakia. It was all shot on a Panasonic Lumix G6 at f2.8 and ISO 100. Amazing how much light can enter the camera at that level of darkness. All pictures Ⓒ Johan Nayar 2015 Stairway to heavencave silhouette 2Cave detailcave paintingcave silhouettecave man wallHoly cowElephant face Also check out my Acuity NLP blog on this topic:...

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Tenerife by car Day 1: La Gomera – Los Cristianos – Los Gigantes – La Laguna Leaving La Gomera was a bit sad but we had this feeling that we were leaving the clouds behind. Nunu (our host) took us to the boat and off we went across the sea towards Tenerife. We could see El Teide, the great volcano in the centre of the island (3718 m) in the distance and the skies over Tenerife were covered with sunshine, and the...

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The Top 3 Creative Animals

The Top 3 Creative Animals


Posted By on Oct 2, 2014

Johan Nayar

So what is the world’s most creative animal? Well in this particular competition there are a number of contestants. From my research into creativity I discovered that there were three in particular that stood out. The focus is on natural artistic creativity, and so animals that can be taught by humans such as elephants and chimpanzees did not qualify. 3. Songbird. A true genius of creativity and flow. The songbird comes in at number...

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Myers Briggs Personality Test

Myers Briggs Personality Test


Posted By on Oct 2, 2014

Johan Nayar

It is a way of understanding our personalities based on 4 different parameters. As these parameters mix together they form a particular personality type. These types can really help us to understand ourselves and to understand other people in our world. Many managers in organisations and establishments use the tests to truly understand their employees, and within relationships it can help each partner to understand the other. Where...

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Love

Love


Posted By on Sep 3, 2014

Johan Nayar

What is love? It is an age old question, some romanticise it, others deny it, and yet others get all analytical about it. Whether it’s a classic tale of love, such as Romeo and Juliet, or a flame that we have/once had, something intense does indeed happen both physically and psychologically between two people when the fiery chemistry of romance is set alight. I am a particular fan of Robert Sternberg’s concepts of love, for which I...

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