Leonard Nimoy’s Portrayal of Spock

Leonard Nimoy’s Portrayal of Spock

In 1967 Leonard Nimoy in the character of Mr Spock began to deliver his logical lines of wisdom, always conveying inspirational messages sometimes of ancient Vulcan proverbs relating to behaviors and situations he encountered. Leonard Nimoy’s portrayal of Spock gave us an on screen philosopher and though fictitious; the voice, the message and the delivery were unforgettable. Words of wisdom such as “The Needs Of The Many Outweigh The Needs Of The Few, Or The One.”, “I Have Been . . . And Always Shall Be . . . Your Friend.”, and of course whilst holding up the V-shaped hand gesture “Live Long And Prosper.” This is just to name a few.

Thanks Mr Nimoy for all that you have done! =/\=LLAP=/\=Spock_performing_Vulcan_salute

Nimoy’s final tweet before his death, is also well worth remembering as well. “A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP”- Leonard Nimoy (@TheRealNimoy) February 23, 2015.

Human Mind and Behaviour: Learning & Writing about New Things

Human Mind and Behaviour: Learning & Writing about New Things

Hi everyone! My name is Kevin Dajee; I am a Psychologist, Teacher, Writer, Researcher, Husband, Father, Zombie enthusiast, Fan of Horror, Sci-Fi and Comic books; Confirmed Geek and fulltime Raconteur. I have worked within clinical settings and lectured within Universities in the UK and have published research articles in peer reviewed journals.

Why do we do the things that we do? Are we really just a product of either nature or nurture? Is the concept of free will merely an illusion? The study of human mind and behaviour: how and why we think, feel, act and interact individually and in groups and perceive stimuli in different ways demonstrates how something we often take for granted is actually one of the most complex machines on Earth. psychology-design-resize-1-serpia.jpg

I enjoy learning and writing about new things especially within my discipline of psychology and so one function of this blog is to share written articles and insights mainly related but not necessarily exclusive to just psychology. I do have a diverse and varied interest in many things.

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Thanks for Reading! @KevinDajee