Memory Is the Shadow of Fact, the Artifact of Feeling

Memories are unreliable, but perhaps that’s what makes them useful when recalling the story of our lives.

Socrates: The Badass Godfather of Uncertainty

Socrates’ name can be found everywhere, from the halls of philosophy classrooms to the pages of iconic hip-hop lyrics. But who was he, and why does he still matter today?

Self-Help and the Smuggling of Values

The self-help industry makes a lot of assumptions about identity, and we need to question them to protect the core values we hold.

The Creator and the Crowd: Originality’s Balancing Act

No two humans are the same, but making something original is still fucking hard. Let’s explore why that is, and what we can do about it.

The Meaning of Life Is Absurd

The answer to life’s greatest question isn’t quite what we want to hear.

Why Having a Wedding Makes Sense

I was once a wedding-denier, but now I believe.

The Right Side of Thought

Our world is powered by thought, but it has come at a cost. How will you choose to use your mind?

How to Calm the Anxious Brain

The brain is a magical blob of wonder, but sometimes it can derail us toward a pit of anxiety. Here’s a comprehensive guide to help bring it back on track.

You Are Not Your Anxiety: A Journey Into the Anxious Brain

Pathological anxiety is one of the most pressing health issues of our time, yet we don’t talk enough about it. It’s time to delve deep into it.

The Garden You Can Touch

Where do you go when the immensity of the world overwhelms you? Here’s my brief response to this age-old existential question.

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