[...] In the "Psychology of Transference" Jung stated that in love, as in psychological growth, the key to success is the ability to endure the tension of opposites without abandoning the process, even if its results appear to have been brought to naught. In essence, it is the stress that allows one to grow and transform.
[...] Understandably Bobby had done such a things many times before for fun (a tingling sensation results).
-- VisionaryContrary to popular opinion, serial killers are rarely insane or motivated by hallucinations and/or voices in their heads. Many claim to be, usually as a way of trying to get acquitted by reason of insanity [...]
Napoleon Bonoparte does not really qualify as a "genius" -- while known to have had an IQ of 145, his adjusted IQ with Flynn Effect is only 123.
aflciu, what exactly is this Flynn Effect?
Quote from: club foot on March 05, 2008, 02:42:11 PMaflciu, what exactly is this Flynn Effect? Interesting username, clubfoot - it reminded me of Josef Goebbels, the notorious Nazi propaganda minister - he had a right club foot (possibly incurred after birth as a complication of osteomyelitis), a fact hidden from the German public by censorship. Because of this malformation, Goebbels needed to wear a leg brace. That, plus his short stature, led to his rejection for military service in World War I.