I believe that the modern trend of presenting the idealized you on social media is adding to our depression. Bare envy sits at the root of this problem.
With a new grandchild on the way in 2019, I’m wondering how we good people expect to teach the next generation when we’re anything but.
I recently met a migrant. In her possession, a letter to her new head of state and hopes for a better life in the country that took her in.
With Macron buckling to the demands of the Paris protesters, it’s easy to assume that violent protest is the best avenue toward progress. But will it work outside of France?
The chasm between “us” and “them” has grown ever wider as identity politics has become more and more en vogue – but identity is not static, nor subjective. Nor is it so straightforward.
It has been said that millennial women are at the helm of some of the most transformative social movements in recent memory. Having met them, I have to agree.
Forget Harry and Meaghan’s bump, the opportunity the Invictus Games gives to the impaired should be our focus. One athlete made this clear to me when he shared his story.
It was recently revealed that the humble selfie has taken 259 lives. You know what? Of course, they have.
Michael Marmot has discovered an important societal aspect: those of higher station enjoy a greater standard of health; lifestyle has little to do with it.
Sadly, summer is fast pushing beyond us. However, I believe this should merely expedite our push to relocate somewhere verdant with a book in tow. It’s what I’m doing this very second.