I’m sort of scared and sort of excited. We went from tribes to villages to cities to kingdoms to empires to “isms” to…data that will unite us.
My six year old daughter asked me, “What’s so great about the United States anyway?” And I didn’t know what to say to her.
As you prepare yourself for 2016, I challenge you to re-think 1) the entire process of how people change and 2) what’s possible. How do human-beings actually change? To what extent can you change?
Are we playing a multi-level, multi-player, interactive game of Snakes and Ladders on a cosmic scale?
Evolution is great; It has brought humanity to the very top of the food chain and asserted our complete dominance over this planet. Unfortunately, it has also made our minds and bodies extremely ill-suited for life in our modern society.
You are a mirror. A mirror with legs. Think about it. The legs are your mind. This takes a little getting used to. You can’t really control your mind as well as you want.
Since our art is only as good as what our current state of biological and sensory evolution allows, of course the sense of sight has already won the battle for supremacy.
With the sheer quantity of human knowledge increasing by leaps and bounds, it is impossible for every American to be an expert on everything.
Feminism should be the fight for equal rights for male and female, not the fight against all things male.
Striving to breed to an idealized “type” while ignoring basic physiological necessities doesn’t create a robust organism.