Saturday, February 24, 2018

Forgiveness -- One of The Strangest Things Humans Do!

One of the strangest things humans do is we forgive. For starters, forgiving is not forgetting. If nothing else, that’s neurobiologically unlikely . . . Forgiving someone doesn’t mean you’ve forgotten what he did. Read the complete blog by Clicking Here.  

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Rejection: Cain’s Dilemma! The Human Dilemma!

I woke up today to the radio’s report of the latest school shooting incident. It’s strange, at this point it is very upsetting, but not shocking anymore. The facts are: there have been 18 shootings in the first 45 days of 2018. Read Rabbi Leynor’s complete blog at --

Monday, February 12, 2018

Created to Protect Rights Instead of Acting Like Animals

In a time when “rights” motivate people to take part in protest movements and are proclaimed as the authority behind the actions special interests group, it seems to be a good time to remind people of the link of “rights” to the “inalienable rights” of the Declaration of Independence. I don’t think many Americans understand the founders’ view of the purpose of rights and how they expected them to be used. Read the complete blog at --

Friday, February 9, 2018

Prewired Moral Compass and Trust

Every newborn arrives with a considerably complex brain that is flexible and subject to change – and a Prewired Moral Radar in its genes. Infants are prewired to move in one of two directions when their Moral Radar identifies specific types of human behaviors. Read the complete blog at --

Monday, February 5, 2018

Do You Know the Differences Between Pleasure and Happiness?

Pleasure and happiness are both positive emotions, highly valued by humans, and both reasons for initiative and personal betterment. It’s hard to be happy if you derive no pleasure for your efforts — but this is exactly what is seen in the various forms of addiction. Read the complete blog at --

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Food, Happiness & Conduct Disorder

The balance of three molecules -- tryptophan, sugar, omega-3s -- is the difference between a healthy, happy, and agile brain and an angry, sad, and demented one. And maybe your child’s angry, sad, and cognitively compromised brain as well. Read the complete blog at --

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Why You Need to Know More About Your Brain

Your brain is a relentless shape-shifter, constantly rewriting its own circuitry — and because your experiences are unique, so are the vast, detailed patterns in your neural networks. Because they continue to change your whole life, your identity is a moving target; it never reaches an endpoint. Your thoughts and your dreams, your memories and experiences all arise from this strange neural material and the constellations of memories it contains. Read the complete blog at --