We are all swimming in diet culture.
Our cravings drive our behavior.
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. […]
One day, you and everyone you love will be dead… probably.
The mind, brain, and body are inextricably linked.
Awe can be an antidote to existential anxiety.
There are widely different patterns of aging in nature.
The corruption within the meat industry is little-known.
The most powerful medicine in the world is trust.
Mind and body are inseparable, and cultivating both is integral to our wellbeing.
Like it or not, we need billionaires.
You can crash a plane or you can land a plane. I want people to land a plane.