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  1. https://mindpersuasion.com/sex-beliefs-and-social-status/
  2. When I was a kid I did a lot of backpacking. In explorer scouts (a division of boy scouts), we would do these week long trips during the summer. The first part was always the hardest. Up and over some huge pass. But once you got past the hard part, the next several days were pretty amazing. Huge valleys, plenty of lakes (with lots of fish), wild animals, and no people. They say that humans are more or less the same as we've been for the past 20,000 years or so. Psychologically, physiologically, mentally. All the stuff we think of as modern, and all of ou
  3. Since the dawn of time, humans have been telling each other stories. As a studier of story structure, I find it fascinating that TV shows and movies like "Game of Thrones," "Lord of the Rings," and all the hobbit movies have not only the same structure, but the same content, as stories told thousands of years ago. Structure is easy to see. Hero's start off being uncertain in some way. Then they meet some friends, and finally beat the bad guy. This structure can be applied to almost anything. A kid going to middle school. A girl starting her own business.
  4. Many mythological stories have common elements. Joseph Campbell called the basic mythological structure, "The Hero's Journey." Not all myths fit it, or have all of the elements, but plenty of them do. For example, many archetypical heroes start out as orphans. Harry Potter, Luke Skywalker, Peter Parker, Dorothy, etc. And most of them are forced on a mission. They don't have a choice. The part when they have no choice but to accept their mission is usually a very pivotal point in the story. Luke finding out the stormtroopers killed his parents. Peter
  5. There's a cool movie, loosely based on a true story, about a basketball coach. Successful guy (played by Samuel L. Jackson) takes over an inner city high school basketball team. And like most of these movies, he shows them not just how to be good basketball players, but to be good humans. Part of this process was while they were practicing, he'd get up close in their faces and ask, "What is your biggest fear?" Most of the time they didn't know what he was talking about. When one of the main turning points of the movie happened (the high school misfits all decided to be
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