Nothing really worth experiencing, knowing, or possessing is worth keeping to oneself.
How can we live with purpose and passion if we can never be absolutely sure of anything?
Is the road to Nirvana covered in fluoride?
How much of our lives is devoted to a makebelieve existence we only perform in the minds of others?
Fiddling with parameters is the least effective way to achieve systemic, lasting change.
The moments I lived two, four, or six hours ago are gone and the person I was in those moments is now, in essence, dead.
Democritus, the early fourth century BCE Greek philosopher, had a theory about virtue. He taught that if you coerce someone to comply with the rules through law and force, then they are likely to rebel… Read More
What’s the point of being a friend if it doesn’t cost you something?
In stoicism, the equation is straightforward: you must learn to dictate your motivations, or your motivations will dictate your life.
It’s all been done before.