The institution of justice is discussed due to the issues with understanding the court system in America as well as where the idea of justice comes from
This episode is a discussion on the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius and the lessons we can learn for our own mentality on life to how politicians should govern.
After last week's show, I've decided to continue with the format that I tried last week as it seemed to go smoothly. I enjoyed hitting a topic from several angles, and I think it's an idea worth continuing, so this week I'll hit marriage from the spiritual, philosophical, political, and cultural level. "It is not... Continue Reading →
This is a dive into education from the perspective of religion, literature, philosophy, and politics. Also, our quote of the day is by Khalil Gibran.
This is the second of my essays on Truth and its nature. This one focuses on what it means to be objective and why the Truth falls in that description.
Virtue is created by starting to change hearts. From there, thoughts, actions, and habits are changed. Learn how we can lighten our world in this way.
Learn about the philosopher, the artist, and the sage. Understand their role in the world and how you can use each in your life to actualize your potential.
Check out this quote about good and evil. Tell me your thoughts. Do we have the ability to do both good and evil?
In a time when fear and hatred seem to rule, we must find ways to love and grow the seed of goodness in ourselves to effect change in our society. We must learn ourselves, and with love, combined with wisdom, act in the world in a way that is inarguably good. By doing so, we may not be accepted at first, but it is what is right, and with time, people will come to realize that.