The Samurai Code: Utilizing Bushido Philosophy in Everyday Life

Samurai. They are considered among the most feared warriors of all time. Their reputation in war and swordsmanship have been the subject of numerous discussions in history. What made the samurai different from other medieval swordsmen wasn’t solely their prowess in fighting, but also their strict code of honor. That code among the samurai isContinue reading “The Samurai Code: Utilizing Bushido Philosophy in Everyday Life”

The Blind Leading the Blind: Navigating a World Without Leadership

“Procrastination is a lazy man’s apology” Chinua Achebe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHJ5o6UYiwwkbgiy_fOIK0A/videos Are there any solutions to today’s problems? Has man finally reached a point where there is no wisdom to be shared? Is there nothing that can be passed down from father to son or mother to daughter? In a society where it seems that anything goes,Continue reading “The Blind Leading the Blind: Navigating a World Without Leadership”

Kindness Despite Disagreement

“Begin the morning by saying to yourself, I shall meet with the busybody, the ungrateful, arrogant, deceitful, envious, unsocial. All these things happen to them by reason of their ignorance of what is good and evil. … I can neither be injured by any of them, for no one can fix on me what is ugly, nor can I be angry with my kinsman, nor hate him.” -Marcus Aurelius

Cultural Appropriation: Disrespect or Limitation?

Cultural Appropriation: Is it a term used to defend another culture from mockery or a mechanism used to control freedom of expression?

Simpin’ Ain’t Easy: A Taoist Perspective on a Materialistic World

The names change, but the concepts don’t. Simping is nothing new.

Read more for a philosophical perspective on simping and its effects on society.

Moments of Chaos: Remaining Centered in Uncertain Times

In uncertain times, cooler heads prevail. Focus will save you where fury may kill you.