Because it fulfills a need that goes back to prehistory. So says Barbara Ehrenreich. 
  In her book Brightsided, Barbara Ehrenreich criticizes the belief that we can control the universe with our thoughts. When that kind of regression sweeps a culture, it's time for a little rational thinking before the ship sinks with all aboard clenching their eyes shut and concentrating on positive results.
        What does it mean to actually "think"? How often do we do it?
    Short answer: because it reminds you of a boob.
Gabor Mate is a doctor and best-selling author. His totems are Gautama Buddha, Yeshua (aka Jesus), Karl Marx, Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud. Beethoven's in there too.
The Harry Potter scribe's new novel looks at social responsibility, specifically about addiction. 
It's the same reason cats sit on the lap of the person who's least interested in them. 
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