Category: Living on Purpose
With the rise of customer service jobs comes the rise of dehumanizing the people we serve. We begin to treat each other like objects, and not like people. What are the consequences of this? Why do we feel guilt or a lack of satisfaction? What would it mean for humanity if we took a small and obtainable amount of effort to treat each other like actual people?
Happiness is ultimately relative. It is something that applies to each one of us individually and cannot be made universal. It is not an equation, there is not a right answer. This post shares a secret to the foundations of happiness that I do believe are universal and that have yielded happiness for me.
When should gender equity be perused over the traditionally desired gender equality? This post includes my thoughts on the feminism movement and then gender equity in regards to nutrition. The metabolism of a female is different than the metabolism of a male, and there are consequences for choosing to ignore this. I propose a basic nutrition guide and a 7-day nutrition plan for a male and for a female, comparing and contrasting the two in order to reveal why it is important to keep equity in mind.
Human beings are social creatures. The desire for a good, satisfying conversation is inevitable, no matter the degree to which one identifies oneself on the “introversion-extroversion” spectrum. What is it that lends hand to a good conversation? How does one go about hosting a good conversation?
“Be brave enough to begin a conversation that actually matters”.
We take our present circumstances as the dominant Earth Species for granted, supposing that we no longer have the predators we once did as an early species to worry about. Dinosaurs? Wooly Mammoths? Minotaurs? Half-Shark-Half-Snakes? No worries. Extinct or debatably nonexistent. Unfortunately, friends, the human-race-as-prey problem is far from being over. A new predator has emerged, more subtle and more cunning than a Half-Shark-Half-Snake. This post will expound upon the predatory threat to our contemporary society and the ways that we might possibly defeat it.
“Hydrogen jukebox” comes from a line in Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” (1955): …who sank all night in submarine light of Bickford’s floated out and sat through the stale beer afternoon in desolate Fugazzi’s, listening to the crack of doom on the hydrogen jukebox… Ginsberg explained that the hydrogen jukebox signifies a state of “hypertrophic high-tech, a psychological state in which people are at the limit of their sensory … Read More Press Play