Finding “truth” in the digital world.
The London-born artist talks truth and ambition.
Our brains fixate on the first and easiest answer. Only by paying attention, expending the energy, and by allowing the possibility of “unbelief” can we find the truth.
In today’s episode, Neil Sattin will go on the journey with you, to discover the truth that’s right there within you, waiting to be known.
Approaching what we don’t know with an open mind and curiosity could lead to a happier, more fulfilled life.
The Algorithms Between Us It was the summer of 1998, and I was interning at a radio news bureau in Washington, D.C. The Lewinsky Scandal broke that year, which eventually led to Bill Clinton’s impeachment. The 24-hour television news cycle was in its infancy, and media was a bit more healthy back then with newspapers…
Choose life in the Light.
Despite trying to keep my opinions to myself, some people, and their mothers, irritate me.
When all else fails, place your middle and forefinger against your neck, wrist or chest to feel your pulse, breathe, and remember that you are here. You are as singular as a fingerprint. You exist for a purpose larger than yourself.
Listening to the small voice within, trusting it and following its guidance is a spiritual practice.
It’s our job to have Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s back.
Honesty – it’s not for everyone.
It All Begins with Self Everybody saw it. The smirking young boy in a maga hat facing off with a Native American man in Washington, D.C. The image went viral. The hashtags and stories proliferated. Commentaries sprouted and circulated. The kid even made it on the Today show. What did we learn? That we’re merely…
What I learned about myself from writing an Honesty List
Stop telling him he’ll get to do “that” when he’s older.
A poem from Jordan P. Brown.