We Don't Have All The Answers - Learning To Think For Yourself

This site does not seek to make you an expert in any field, but explains things to you in a simple layman's manner giving you enough information to make it clear, without bombarding you with too much information. Too much information has the potential to confuse and/or bore the reader. This approach has been taken so that you may go out into the wider world armed with enough knowledge, raising your awareness, and not be intimidated about living your life according to your choices.

What is most important is that you do not take our word for it - go find out for yourself, think for yourself, and take charge of your life. We do provide links to start you off.


Who Are We?

We are a collective of authors who wish to remain anonymous for personal reasons as privacy is important to us. We come from many industries, walks of life and different skillsets. On the whole one author will write one ebook but we do provide feedback to each other. We hope to expand this site greatly over time.


The Writing Style

This site was created with people of all ages and skillsets in mind. Some content may be obvious to some, and new to others. If some content is obvious then read on, you may find some new gems from time-to-time.

It is written in uncomplicated language and in INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH, which means some words may look odd or misspelt to some.

While the authors go to great effort to research their topics and draw on personal experience, mistakes happen and/or content can become obsolete. Reviews are frequent to rectify mistakes, and update content with new insight. We apologise if these mistakes inconvenience you.

The content is not intended to offend, nor wish to impose values. The articles are the point of view of the authors, and you have the right to your own point of view. Learn what you will, and take onboard what you wish. Importantly act on your choices, thinking about it will not change anything.

There is a reasonable amount of duplication. The nature of the internet is that people will land on a particular page without reading prior content. Linkages and reminders are there so they have the chance to access further content. Duplication can also be thought of as way to reinforce ideas.



Everything costs, and running this site is no exception. To bring you this content for free, we must advertise.

We have kept the advertising family oriented (according to our advertiser's settings) and actively ensure it stays this way.

You are not obliged to respond to the advertising and we appreciate any advertising activity that you do choose to pursue.

All purchases are at your discretion, and welcomed, as proceeds help maintain this site, its future topics, and site growth.


Further Reading Panes

Some pages may have a Further Reading pane at the bottom of their page. They contain links to further information and tools that are intended to back up the content and provide more information if you are curious to know more.

Some links are free to read, while others may involve advertisements which are included because they are very rich source of further information or real-world tools.


This site is optimised for Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 and greater.

While this site will render on other browsers your experience may be poorer. At the time of creation these two browsers were the most popular.


Navigating the Site

Each topic reads like a book and best read from start to finish.

The previous and next buttons will guide you in the correct order, while the menus outline the structure and provide direct access.

Key concepts are listed at the beginning of the ebook, and then referenced by links from within the articles. Other ebooks may also reference concepts from different ebooks as necessary.

The site logo at the top of each page contains a home button to take you to the main page.

The sharing bar at at the top of the writing allows you to share a page should you wish. You may email a friend or or use social media.



Note: The menus may have odd behaviour on tablets. We apologise and hope to upgrade the technology in future. In the meantime use the previous and next buttons.

Each topic contains a menu on the left. Topics can be accessed from the Home page.

Click any menu rectangle to navigate to its page.

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Hover your mouse's cursor over a menu rectangle with a right-pointing triangle for see its sub-menu. We keep to one sub-menu as much as possible.

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You may also right-click on a menu item any open the link in either a new window or a new tab.

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If by chance the menu continues down the page and out of sight, use your mouse scroll wheel to move the page.

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Browser Tabs

Most browsers use tabbed pages. This means you can have multiple pages open at the same time, keep them open, and flick between them instantly. We encourage the use of tabs as using this site far simpler.

If you are on a page and you come across a link to a term that you wish to view, we suggest you right-click on the link and choose Open in new tab. This way you wont lose your place and you can flick between the reference page and the topic you are on quickly.

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Resizing a Page

Instructions for Windows users only (apologies to our Mac / Linux users).

Most Windows applications support mouse-based zooming and browsers are no exception. While holding down the Ctrl key, roll the wheel on your mouse. This will either enlarge or shrink the page depending on the direction you rotate the mouse's wheel.

Internet Explorer also has a zoom button at the bottom right where you can choose the zoom level or return to normal (100%).

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Tablet users may perform a two-finger pinch to the screen to increase or decrease the page size.

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