Live without hope. Think without hope. It makes suffering worse. That is the moral of a recent piece on The New York Times’ The Stone blog named, fittingly, Abandon (Nearly) […]
My wife and I entered the spa. The music was mellow, the colors were bright, the attendants spoke in a soft voice. We could see the city’s skyscrapers and confusion […]
Should we deliberately make ourselves the last generation on earth? It sounds like a crazy question, but a few years ago, Australian moral philosopher Peter Singer wrote a piece in The […]
A recent New York Times piece, Cultural Studies: The Playground Gets Even Tougher, examines an increasing trend toward bullying among very young girls: kindergarteners and first-graders. The article looks at, among […]
Maybe it was a simple curiosity which led me to watch a movie entitled The Secret, a few days ago. The arresting trailer had promised to unveil the secret that […]
He suffers, like we all do, but a meaningful life is not a life without pain. Suffering is part of life.