“They will tell you you’re useless, if they can’t use you.” Marty Rubin Society as one knows it has become more reliant on being productive in every waking moment of a person’s life. People in many countries literally work themselves to death for entities that could replace them once they’ve outlived their usefulness to theContinue reading “The Art of the Useless: Lightening your Workload in Life”
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Feelings Over Facts: The Weaponization of Empathy/Emotion
“Writing is weaponized empathy. It’s putting yourself in someone else’s head. It’s finding what’s in them that relates to you.”
5 Books Written For Men Every Woman Should Read
5 Books Written For Men Every Woman Should Read.
Ethics vs Laws: Doing the Right Thing in Times of Wrong
What happens when the law conflicts with your morals?
Smoke & Mirrors: Distractions and Focus
We are a consistently distracted Nation
Clown World: 3 Quotes to Survive in Chaos
Surviving in chaos is a necessary requirement to build a better life.
Natural Hierarchy: The Common Ground of Authority in Principles
“The natural law is the origin and principle of all virtues and their acts, therefore we must first speak about natural law.” -William of Auxerre
Perfect Blue: A Metaphor for Individuality
This anime explores the idea of finding one’s true self in a world that demands conformity to their ideals.
The Four Masculine Virtues: A Discussion on Manhood as a Philosophy
“Being a male is a matter of birth. Being a man is a matter of choice.” — Edwin Louis Cole
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”