In order to live in the present moment, you need to be able to discipline your mind, become aware of the incessant conversations in which your mind engages, and stop the habitual and mindless thinking that takes you back to the past or into the future.
5 tips for tapping into your desire for more connection.
Dr. Alun Withey on the tangible effects of history and why he finds it so interesting.
I’m not alone in being troubled by how people suddenly disappear in life, right?
Matt Sweetwood has built himself a mental time machine. He is going to go back and change all the things that went wrong in his life. Here is how his journey went.
Social attitudes towards sickness in a society at a time where records of medical encounters are frustratingly rare.
The fact is that sickness has always been a topic of conversation, and the similarities between us and our early modern contemporaries continues to astonish me.
Theresa Byrne asks how long you’re going to date the person they used to be.
Ashley Inguanta and Sheila Squillante build bridges between past, present, and future in this jointly-written poem–a first for the Good Men Project!
Having worked in Baghdad for the Constitutional Support Program, Sara Johnson-Steffey reflects on a moment in time while wondering – did we forget about Iraq? — I sometimes find myself remembering the sounds of Iraq. The call to prayer, five times daily, piercing the haze of the air, a tinny shriek of bad amplifiers resounding […]
Unresolved conflict from the past may be the most harmful influence on your future. Steve Spring offers some simple ways to let go.
Don’t get between me and my Bob Marley Cassettes.
A TV series scene sparks Derek Dupuis to think about his past, and reconsider what he once called failures.