If you like thrillers, murder mysteries, courtroom dramas, tales of depravity or realistic stories well told, here’s your next book.
When you deprive language of its freedom to be somewhat slippery, squishy, and imprecise, you deprive it, as well, of its talismanic power to illuminate the world around us.
Shockingly consistent Abraham was ready and willing to sacrifice his own son. The horrific scene is depicted in Caravaggio’s “Sacrificio de Isaac”
Let’s live as if we appreciate the others in our lives, human and otherwise.
Professor Guy McPherson on transforming abstract hope into concrete action.
Who was ‘Breaking Bad’s’ real hero?
Dr. Guy McPherson believes incompetence defines the human experience. Can we save ourselves from ourselves?
Extreme training is for extreme athletes…and so is extreme motivation, argues powerlifter N.C. Harrison.
Nassir Ghaemi looks at the complexity of depression to help unearth some simple frameworks to help people develop “the courage to hope.”
Manu Ginobili shook out of his slump to help the Spurs within a game of the NBA Championship. Here, Yago Colas discusses the Argentine’s unique style of play within the racial, economic and political context of the global game basketball has become.
We can’t address rape culture without taking a long, hard look at our war culture.
Tragedy comes from repressed shame, not from being too permissive with people.
‘You dare to stare into such a friend’ … A poem by Daniel Lee Fee.
Plenty of white people found something to love about the hit website Stuff White People Like. Oliver Lee Bateman wasn’t one of them.
Paul Henne is not remotely interested in football, but he has a plan to still get invited to Sunday afternoon parties with his friends.