Okay, so that title is likely a little misleading. I find mindfulness to be an interesting practice; potentially very useful… Read more Skeptical About Mindfulness.
I know, it seems crazy, right? That a person who writes in part for e-readers would not own one. I… Read more I Finally Got a Kindle.
For the purposes of this post it is important to note that when I refer to “capitalism,” I am referring… Read more Capitalism and Divergent Thinking.
In advance of my trip to Bhutan, I have finished reading The Divine Madman: The Sublime Life and Songs of… Read more The Profound in the Profane.
I was handed a gift yesterday. It’s a sheet of heavy paper like the kind you would find used as… Read more The Gift.
It’s finally spring, and love is in the air. It seems that not a day goes by that I don’t… Read more A Low-Stakes Gambler.
Last summer, I think it was, a bunch of paper fliers showed up around town. They were on white letter-size… Read more We Are, In Fact, Our Egos.
There’s a peculiar delusion that seems to effect only humankind. It doesn’t happen to rats in labs, or to chimpanzees,… Read more The Utopian Delusion.
It’s difficult for me to discuss race, and as a result, I tend to avoid it. The reason it’s difficult… Read more Fear of Black Faces.
Have you ever got the feeling that someone doesn’t like you, even though they’re nice to you? There’s a thing… Read more Behind the Mask.