Wolfgang Kohler (1887-1967) was a German psychologist, one of the founders of Gestalt psychology. He was born in Estonia in 1887. In 1922 he was appointed director of the University of Berlin, and in 1935 he resigned in protest of Nazi interference in university affairs and left for the United States. In 1955
People are walking down the street. Life, path, meaning. There is a school at the end of the street. My street. People walk their streets. A lesson. The Ecumenical Quaestor is teaching me a lesson in the form of a child. Geometry for engineers in love. Navigation angles. Everyone makes their own street. And the work depends on the angles of the body. Plain through the eyes and ears. And a corner
A cup of coffee is waiting for me to hug him. One sun to smile at him and one cat to caress her. Increasingly heavy work obligations to start the work week. I sit down and make the schedule. Because without a clear plan I will not have measurability. And it is immoral to fly and laugh and cry, it is not measurable.
It has happened to every person at one time or another in his life to encounter people who, openly or not, express envy. Envy, by its very nature, when it is normal, is a good feeling that encourages a person to develop and conquer new horizons. The person sees what others can do, envies, tightens up
The letter: Hello. Maria! This is the first place I will share these things. I am 27 years old. I'm gay. I have not spoken to anyone on this topic so far. Family, friends, nobody knows anything. I have a girlfriend with whom I thought I could change things, but it doesn't work. It gets even more complicated. There is no way
The letter: Hello, Maria! I need advice on a problem between me and my partner. The situation is as follows - our relationship is 4 years, but we know each other and have been close friends for 10 years. It all started as a joke - forbidden love, strong and burning. We were both married at the time, with children. After some