Frederick Fabella

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The Difficult Road

This article discusses some of the causes of why people make mistakes and what it takes to avoid them.

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When Politicians Forget

This article discusses what it means to be an elected public servant in a representative democracy and the role of freedom of expression

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The Anatomy of Injustice

This article deals with how the idea of justice came about and what role power plays in its realization.

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So, God Is Dead For Now?

Has this pandemic made us forget God?

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Avoiding Being Victims of Crime

This article makes use of the Crime Triangle in order for individuals to avoid becoming victims of criminality.

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The Consequences of Time

How the ideas of past, present and future affect how we think and act is discussed here as well as seeing time merely as an idea and a perception.

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Challenge the Way We Think

Challenge not our decisions but the manner by which we made them

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The You That Could Have Been

How a tragic event can change the way we think and how we live our lives

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Choose Carefully the People around You

How the expectations of the people we choose to be with shape our identity

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Blaming Others for Your Unhappiness

This article tackles how blaming others removes our ability to take control of our lives

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Detoxifying Social Media

Here are some ideas that may lessen the toxicity that keeps on spreading online. Don't confirm friend requests just because you want to feel popular. Chances are, most of the people who are currently...

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When Your Lover Constantly Criticizes You

Couples desire growth and a deepening of their relationship. Criticism is discouraged as it demonstrates the perception of one's superiority over the other. When a partner constantly criticizes the other, it could be a sign of something else.

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My Faith for Your Love

This article tackles this question: Should a person trade his or her religion for love?

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Trusting Blindly

Does unconditional trust exist?

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Competing for 'Likes'

How social media has conditioned its users to seek validation through 'likes.'

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