What COVID has taught us about sharing our emotions—and why now’s...
Although they were only two-and-a-half years ago, the first months of the COVID pandemic and ensuing lockdowns seem like a distant past. We have – perhaps intentionally...
Becoming truth tellers on social media
Misinformation and fake news are everywhere on social media. How can we learn to be wise and thoughtful in this strange world?
The pillars of a great society: freedom of speech and religion
Freedom of speech: What is often considered a human right is also used by some to justify spreading hate speech and lies. Where is the line drawn?
Taylor Swift and the Messianic countdown
If you love sifting through cryptic clues, why not check out the world’s longest-running and most vitally important treasure hunt?
The illusion of connection
Loneliness (n): a feeling of sadness because one has no friends or company. But you are not alone.
Are you being watched?
Your electronic devices are your window to the world. But who's looking back?
Selfies, scalpels & soul surgery
These days, just about anyone can Photoshop their selfies to perfection. But that's no solution for the ugliness of self-loathing.
7 ways to help the poor
Overwhelmed by the scale and complexity of poverty around the world? Here are some simple tips to get you started on the road to generosity.
Feeding the homeless or the ego?
The "humble-brag" — is it a way to feed one's ego, or is there a greater benefit behind sharing good deeds.
Connected but lonely?
The busy activity on your Facebook newsfeed may belie a more sobering reality.
Conforming to Standards
How can we raise our daughters to better value themselves.
Called to Attention
An analysis of the news that we consume - or that consumes us.