It’s like we are forever trying to find a tiny leak in a bicycle tire but the more we search for it, the more elusive the leak gets.
A simple solution to various social problems initiated and exacerbated by divisive human behavior is adhering to Luke 6:13.
Matthew Sweet has found that his unread books have the greatest value.
Sean Swaby has found that life is hard. It just is. But waking up is more fun than dreaming.
Gangs offer a tempting ‘home’ to frustrated, unhappy young men.
Lisa Hickey looks at the way math is replacing guns as the tool of choice to solve problems in some of the Oscar-nominated films of 2016.
How do you transport logs to remote areas inaccessible by trucks? In British Columbia they are solving this problem by using log barges.
You’re probably all familiar with the typical first-person shooter games, but do you know about the rise in “Serious Games?”
It turns out, city planning and design can do a lot more than just make things look nice; it can actually help cut down on crime and violence.
Theresa Byrne says, use your man’s annoying ‘fix it’ instinct to rewire your relationship for lasting happiness.
Tor Constantino shares a simple 8-word affirmation that could make all the difference for you, your kids, and your family.
Don’t lose your cool online. Come join our online conversations.
Dillan DiGiovanni suggests a more effective way for men to help someone in distress.
Theresa Byrne says that by avoiding or resisting something, we give more power to it.
Thierry Augustin gives some solid advice on how to deal with a difficult situation when you are presented with less than all the facts.
Josh Magill provides insight into the conundrum of control faced by Masterminds—like him.