Wonder how the Church has addressed issues as they arise? If you want to learn more about the early heretics and persecutors the early Christians faced, this is an easy book to read.
The beautiful has been lost in our culture. Beauty has been reduced to lustful images and true beauty has been neglected and attacked. If we want to correct the course for our culture, we must restore standards of beauty and find new ways to create and distribute true art.
This is a great book that will help you understand the Supreme Court, how they make decisions, and how those decisions affect you. It's a great look into the major cases that have shaped America, and most especially, American jurisprudence.
Looking for a great adventure story? The Old Man and the Sea by Hemingway is a fantastic tale of grit and determination. Find out why.
You've probably already read the book or listened to the lectures. If not, check out my book review of 12 Rules For Life by Jordan Peterson
There are three ways to understand the human experience. 1. Subject encased in an object 2. Subject emanating from an object 3. Subject and object intertwined inextricably Which describes your experience?
Want to see how trends affect you? Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell is a look into opportunities and the people who made the most of them. Learn what it takes to be successful:
In light of recent events, it seems necessary to look at the issue of police brutality and the response we've seen. There are a lot of people, I think, getting this wrong and would like to address these issues.
Bill Gates' quote on success rings true as people who find success often cannot imagine a world in which they lose.
"Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions." -Dalai Lama. Hear my thoughts on what this quote means and what it teaches us.
Check out this quote about good and evil. Tell me your thoughts. Do we have the ability to do both good and evil?
Ethical behavior is just that: behavior. Therefore, it is necessary for one's actions, or inactions, to be judged in order to decide whether one's behavior is ethical or not.
Wise words from a wise man. I think the other problem with excuses is that they are often a lie told to oneself, which can have harmful effects should they come to believe their own lies. Lying to oneself distorts reality and hurts one's ability to act freely and within reality. To be honest with others is virtuous, but to be honest with oneself is truly righteous.
When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion. -Dale Carnegie This has become readily apparent in today's society when almost every decision is posted on social media to be scrutinized and the internet allows for mistakes to be instantaneously recorded into history. People act emotionally, then... Continue Reading →
With the onset of the opioid epidemic, one that is not new but rather resurfacing, it seems as though our society has forgotten this concept. We should seek to heal the spirit first through comforting and uplifting people, but we simply write a prescription for a useless pill and send them on their way. Evidence shows that not only do opioids not cure pain, but they don't treat it either. We need to heal the body in conjunction with the mind and soul to heal the entirety of the individual.