Freed from the shackles of material pursuit, the time we have to spend on what brings us joy would be bountiful, not scarce.
Litstenng to our parents and eating our fruits and veggies can do way more than we ever thought.
We focus so much energy on change, but until we realize what we really should be changing, progress will forever escape us.
A simple question can reveal so much. It reminds us how even our smallest actions have tremendous implications.
“All for one and one for all, united we stand, divided we fall.” This famous quote from Alexander Dumas’ The Three Musketeers was written over 175 years ago but is just as relevant today as when it was published. Many of us likely read and agree with it, but recognize that its sentiment is not… Continue reading The Crisis of Solidarity
We live in a very odd period of human history. We call it the “modern age.” Modern as defined by Merrian Webster refers to something “of or relating to the present time or the recent past: happening, existing, or developing at a time near the present time” A perfectly absurd definition for a perfectly absurd time… Continue reading Hiding in plain sight: the consequences of our modern lives