The “Philoso-pills” Project

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Are you wondering what this project is all about? Let me explain.

“Philoso-pills” is a project based on both research and personal experience acquired through my active involvement with Practical Philosophy.

Practical philosophy helped me improve the quality of my decisions, be more focused on my goals and feel happy despite the adversities of life. I’ve seen the benefits of philosophy with my own eyes and this is why I strongly believe that every person can benefit from it.

This project is a way to share with you what I have learned so far.

I’m definitely not smarter or wiser than you. I don’t pretend to be some kind of life coach or guru, far from it. If you are seeking for easy answers, I am sorry. I have no answers for you.

What I’m trying to do is motivate you into finding your own answers and your own truth.


What it Contains

The Philoso-pills Project was launched in April 2017, so it’s like a little baby trying to make its first steps.

As for now, it consists only of blog posts regarding Practical Philosophy. I’m quite new to the blogging world and although I’m facing the difficulties of a newbie, I feel like an explorer and that’s exciting!

Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that there’s more to come in the future. Stay tuned.


Philoso-pills? That’s a Cool Name!

That’s right!

I believe that improving your life is as simple as taking a pill. All you need is to find the right pill to take. Finding the right pill is the analogy of finding the answer you were seeking or a practical way to achieve a goal.

But then comes the difficult part. You have to swallow it. In other words, you have to apply what you have learned.

I’m not a doctor but at the end of every post, I’m going to give you one philosophic pill for you to take. The pill is basically a “long story short” version of the post or the moral of the story if you prefer.

In any case, I hope you find this project useful and enjoy your time here. I really want to hear your feedback, so feel free to share your thoughts in the comment sections or by email.

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