I believe we can fix the problems in America by cultivating empathy in individuals around the country for what we see as "the other."
With the election day being today in Indiana, I wanted to discuss my decision. I will weigh the pros and cons of voting and how I would vote if a ballot were in front of me.
With a week filled with obvious signs of escalation from rhetoric to real threats of violence and even ideologically driven violence, it seemed necessary to address this boiling over of the public discourse.
Follow as I explore the idea of battle and how that can manifest within oneself, in politics, in philosophies, and ultimately in war.
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.
Guest Blog: The Case Against Cops is a good case made against the police courtesy of A.B.B., a contributor to www.anarchochristian.com. I found this article and felt it would be a good one to share and add to the Conversation!
Today, I would like to build off of last weeks show about bureaucracy. I touched on how businesses, like governments, will have to shed bureaucracy and become more nimble. I spoke briefly about the Industrial Revolution and how it led to the condensation of capital to a select few, but I didn't speak enough about... Continue Reading →