Category Archives: Second wind

Selfishness as a reliable vehicle for good deeds

I have written the previous article without going into details about the ‘why’ of altruism, and why does it appear to be (not even paradoxically) more like a matter of egoism, so in what follows I will try to clarify … Continue reading

Posted in Second wind | Leave a comment

How seeing dead people might just help you become a better (living) one

Shall I add that this might not really apply to those creating said less-than-pretty sight? Say, murderers. Also, I presume, it may have no effect on the very religious types, as they usually hope for the best once they’re off … Continue reading

Posted in Second wind | 3 Comments