What's the most interesting, fascinating thing you've learned lately?

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  1. Ken R. Abell profile image81
    Ken R. Abellposted 7 years ago

    What's the most interesting, fascinating thing you've learned lately?

  2. Dave Harris profile image72
    Dave Harrisposted 7 years ago

    Helping my son with his high school art homework recently I discovered a group of artists called the Fauvists, kind of pre-cubism. I did Art History at Art College and had never heard of them before, you learn something new everyday!

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    Love learningposted 7 years ago

    I have been reading about affiliate programmes and how they work its very interesting alot to read, and still alot to learn about optimization etc.

  4. charming1392 profile image54
    charming1392posted 7 years ago

    Haven't learned anything  yet, but surely I will someday

  5. americanwriter profile image72
    americanwriterposted 7 years ago

    That a person's perspective really does change the outcome of their life and their overall happiness. If a person perceives doom and gloom surely it will be and if a person perceives even the smallest kindness and goodness the world is a brighter place. Hate, poverty, illness and violence are out there but you don't have to contribute to reality negativity. You don't have to agree with what is happening in the world, you can still do your positive duty to change that which you don't like and if do it the right way without anger there is a flow.The less you contribute to thinking negatively the more positive your outlook on life is and outlook becomes reality and the result is energy like you've never experienced before.

  6. ArefinShams profile image54
    ArefinShamsposted 7 years ago

    Believe and trust in god, do whatever you can but have faith god will help you if you are good in mind.

  7. Piper Day profile image57
    Piper Dayposted 7 years ago

    That when I scratch a particular spot on my dog's belly, his hind leg starts to move uncontrollably - "scratch reflex". So funny!

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    WildIrisposted 7 years ago

    When you give a gift or charitable contribution dopamine-the reward pathway of the brain- kicks in the same way it does during sex, eating ice cream or anything that gives pleasure. So it is true that giving is better than receiving.The unexpected discoveries of neuroscience are fascinating.


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