We all experience guilt and shame, Terre Spencer writes, but do we even know what that means?
Terre writes accompanied by her two beloved parrots. A survivor of Catholic grade schools and eight years of nuns-as-teachers, she is a perfect example of a good plan gone wrong. The intended religious indoctrination failed. Then, the faithless doxy took the perfect grammar she learned and writes her own damnable opinions instead, sometimes breaking the sacrosanct rules of grammar along the way. Pure heresy and utterly unpredictable.
Dude Dad Taylor Calmus faces off with his dad and brother in this winner-takes-all competition.
Compensatory reparations should be limited to the harms of the Jim Crow era.
A concussion gave him the tour of his life he needed to be in the present moment.
The play’s historical tale of African American fighter pilots highlights many of the same issues we’re facing today.
On this episode of The Go-Giver podcast, author and entrepreneur Dave Kerpen shows you how to create buy-in and commitment by developing your people skills.
Looking out from the open heart of this ancient oak, one sees its younger siblings growing underneath its protective shadow.
Jesse Kornbluth on the life of an incredibly inspiring poet.
Who wants to always be reminded that relationships take work?
Have hopeful paramours become increasingly fragile in accepting the truth of lackluster chemistry? Ben Dutka alleges it’s okay admit when you’re not feeling it.
The one that got away is the most important person you’ll meet in your life.
Or maybe should the title be, “When you think yourself out of everything”?
Prerna Bakshi describes what hearing, but not being heard feels like.
I’ve got big problems in my yard. But forget the lightsaber—I’ve got an even better weapon. Ortho Bug B Gon.
Thoroughly modern masculinity. Why is nobody else talking about it?