Posts in Philosophy
Deep people aren’t the most clever or the most eloquent. They’re the most rooted.
An argument for making smaller resolutions.
Why most of us, when looking to pinpoint evil, are looking in the wrong places.
Your life is difficult. People around you are happy – what’s their secret? What if you could have everything you ever wanted in 20 minutes a day, just by following a simple formula?
A quick story about goals, delayed gratification, and the American mindset.
Learning to let go of the desire to “own” things.
Frustration rears it’s head after another lengthy conversation with an unbeliever of their beliefs.
When you’re in elementary school, you start a club. A spy club, or a ninja club, or a boys club or a treehouse club. And in doing so you create your own little world, something you identify with. You and your select group of friends who are in your club suddenly have something that other [...]
When I was in college, I skipped a lot of class. I used to rationalize it by saying to myself I was busy with other things. I was running a couple student groups, I was coaching football, I was working a job, I was spending a lot of time at the local bookstore reading marketing [...]
It’s a little embarassing when people ask me what my fiance and I talk about when we’re alone. Embarassing because the conversations usually go something like this: Person 1: What kind of tree is that? Person 2: You’re a tree. Person 1: You’re a leaf. Person 2: You’re a fig. Person 1: You’re a newton. [...]