Daily Archives: December 2, 2013




Go for a walk in a city park, woods, gardens, nursery, or walk through a wealthy part of town. Visit a zoo if there is one or visit a historical museum. Visit and walk along the ocean, lake, or river if there is one close by.


Nature can inspire you and if you can’t visit a national park then frequently go on Youtube and view wildlife hunting prey, magnificent landscapes, and underwater scenes. If human constructions combined with great landscapes inspire you then go to Google Earth and visit inspiring human locations around the globe and view them on Youtube too. Visit and view the ten or more natural and manmade wonders of the world.


A young offspring will give you an honest opinion on any subject which they are aware of and appreciate the beauty of everything unhampered by the subjective biases of adults. Many adults are plagued with bad thoughts and problems about money, the economy, diseases, poverty, crime, and death. Get inspired by a young offspring which need not be your own offspring.


Spend some time away from other humans and spend some time with yourself thinking about what comes to your mind impulsively. If you start thinking about problems with other humans or your family then that is fine because you may find a solution to the problem or problems.

If you would like to free yourself of daily thoughts for a small duration then try deep breathing exercises and try to switch the topics which enter your mind by taking an imaginary walk through the wilderness or some other calming location.


Record a list of your current favorite songs or your all time favorite songs and listen to them all in a row. It will inspire you emotionally and take your mind off your problems and daily concerns, especially if you close your eyes. To increase your repertoire of favorites listen to some new music such as the all time best classical or pop hits or try listening to my recommended list of songs in my evergreen book BEST OF THE BEST SONGS IN THE WORLD.

Read something which interests you

Be selective in your reading and read a topic which will potentially help you to improve your life. You may want improvement in your human relationships, family, friends, or increase your knowledge about how to improve your job. If you have any unanswered questions or want to find new information about a topic then Google it or Bing it for fast instant results.



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Yes. One can love and hate an offspring at the same time. You may impulsively love to hit an offspring and simultaneously hate the thought of making the offspring cry.  The emotion is ambivalent.  For example loving anger at misbehavior and sympathetic disappointment at failing school grades, or hopeful frustration at an inability to play a musical instrument or fearful pride in watching one do well at go cart racing are all possible ambivalent emotions when two emotions mix.

Not known until now is the fact that more than two emotions can exist simultaneously in a human.

Angfehal: v. to sense anger and fear and hatred and love simultaneously.

When you learn of an adulterous relationship instantly from some source and believe it you can feel angry at your spouse whom you love, you hate your spouse for being deceptive and you fear that the relationship might have to end. This is the ambivalence of 4 simultaneous emotions. Add to this jealousy and you have 5 simultaneous emotions existing mentally.

Angfehat: v. to sense anger and fear and hatred simultaneously

This combinations of three emotions happens when you find out that your offspring has been taking illegal drugs for the first time. You are angry that he or she has broken the law or your no drug rule, you hate their bad behavior, and you fear that they may have become addicted to the drug.

Will science ever pinpoint the origin of emotions in the brain or describe how the brain experiences ambivalent emotions? Never! The emotional variables in the brain are so many and so complex that a definition of an emotion is not enough to determine a one to one correspondence with the emotion and behavior in a human brain!!!!!!

Any statistical analysis of emotions with questionnaires is extremely subjectively biased chaotic data which has absolutely no relevance or correspondence to human existence and 100% of such misleading “clinical studies” should cease immediately. There is almost no statistically relevant social and political “science” data which should be gathered and analyzed about emotions because cause and effect relationship observation is not possible!!!!!!

A parent can prevent an offspring who exhibits hated behaviors from feeling that he or she is primarily an object of hatred by communicating to the offspring that he or she is still loved as a whole when an offspring does something very bad.  Parents should point out that only the bad behavior is the object of the hatred and not the offspring himself or herself:  “I hate your very bad behavior but I don’t hate you but love you!”

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