When you write with pleasure, anything can happen.
How you speak is who you are.
Despite being normally categorized as optimists, these three great thinkers were essentially responding to the philosophical problem of evil.
Only read this if you’re ready for more love in your life.
As we enter our fifties, we gain access to a suite of cognitive superpowers.
Keep these in mind when you’re scraping ice off your windshield—again.
When, how, and whom you share with really matters.
Fun requires an urgent corrective.
Values are the key to living well.
Life without death, says philosopher Dean Rickles, is like playing tennis without a net. In his new book, Life Is Short: An Appropriately Brief Guide to Making It More Meaningful, Dean challenges us to rethink what it means to get the most out of each day. Sign up for The Next Big Idea newsletter here. […]
We don’t have to feel anxious about our anxiety.
Challenging yourself must become second nature.