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Why Music Theory Helps Creativity
By Gerry Kramer · 4 months ago
Creativity is one of the most valued traits in all of society, and rightfully so. It's a trait that literally everyone has and is innate in all human beings. I truly believe that all creative ...
Another Battle of Dull-Witted Yarn Spinners
By Gerry Kramer · 1 year ago
(Before we start, I want to address something important. If done in an orderly manner, I would personally challenge the beliefs of society whenever the need arises. For me, there's no such thing as "a ...
Compliments versus Flattery
By Gerry Kramer · 1 year ago
You don't need to know basic psychology to know that there are many ways to make a person feel good. Along with food, oxygen, and water, happiness is vital in order to ensure healthy survival. ...
Freedom of the Press: Still Vital or Not?
By Gerry Kramer · 1 year ago
I think anyone who has studied basic U.S. history should know that our founding fathers advocated freedom of all sorts. These include freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of finance, ...
The Real Freedom of Religion
By Gerry Kramer · 1 year ago
Religious absolutists are everywhere. It seems like almost every religion essay I’ve written has to do with religious absolutists in some way. Why? Because I want people to know about the trouble they can cause. ...
Historical Trustworthiness: Which One Wins?
By Gerry Kramer · 1 year ago
History is the past, and the past is history. We all can comprehend the value of learning from the past to plan for the future once it becomes the present. And like all subjects, there ...
Jams Without Flexibility
By Gerry Kramer · 1 year ago
So, first of all, why "without flexibility"? Think about cars. Cars have wheels that can turn by a steering wheel controlled by humans, so they can, theoretically, go anywhere as long as it's on the ...