Shocks, Setbacks, and the Slowdown of Time

Life shocks are hard, but their ability to slow down time allows us to build the groundwork for the future.

Finding Peace Within the Pandemic

Here are three important things to keep in mind as we look ahead to a brighter tomorrow.

Philosophy Has Lost Its Way

Philosophy gets a lot of things right, but lately, it’s been doing everything wrong. Here’s what we can do to bring it back on track.

It’s Mainstream to Hate the Mainstream

Defying convention might feel special, but in reality, it just makes you a member of the Contrarian Herd.

Respect Is No Substitute for Love

Respect is what we desire, not what we require.

Money Is the Megaphone of Identity

Our relationship with money is complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Here’s a clear and memorable framework to help guide you through this often hazy topic.

The Four Ancestral Wants: A Brief Dive into the Nature of Desire

All the desires we have originate from the same four things. Once we learn how they work, we can finally free ourselves from the cycle of conflict.

How to Be Thankful for Your Life with One Simple Reset

In the haze of everyday life, it’s hard to be thankful. This post details one simple thought experiment that can make it easier.

What Makes Death Bad?

Why do we think death is bad? Why is something so normal so feared? Death is here to defend his name, and he has a lot to say.

The Small Things Are Big Windows Into Who You Are

It’s quite easy to shape an identity, so be aware of the little things you do in life.

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