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Thursday March 13, 2014 MYT 9:43:58 PM
Research has shown that being kind to others is good for you.
Morality turns grey when the guilty party is seen to be 'one of us' whether in football or politics.
The World Cup can teach us Malaysians (and our politicians) why it's better to avoid negative and destructive playing styles, says Contradictheory columnist.
Science and facts aren't enough to wash away long-held beliefs.
Some people may use words in clever, compelling ways - but they are often blind to the truth.
Malaysia is being stretched and strained as different sides are adamant that they cannot be wrong.
Politicians can and should say all kinds of stuff on social network. Because we want and need to know if what's on their mind is also what we're thinking.
If youths are exposed to the real consequences of their sexuality, it may help them make better decisions. However, parents may not be talking to their children enough about this sensitive subject.
There are those who remain unconvinced by all the reports on lost flight MH370. More information doesn’t always mean a better understanding. There are always going to be doubters.
What universities teach may not be what the real-life workplace needs.
Logic is the antithesis of emotion but mathematician-turned-scriptwriter Dzof Azmi’s theory is that people need both to make sense of life’s vagaries and contradictions.
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