On Monday, here in Toronto, a crazed and heartless human being deliberately ran their car onto the sidewalk of some pedestrians just minding their own business. 10 people died in this incidence.
Neuroticism has spread to an entire generation. It’s not just an outbreak of paranoia, it’s a moral epidemic which sparks tension, which sparks anger, which sparks hatred.
This dialogue is not just important, but it is necessary. And it is not only urgent, but long overdue.
He wasn’t educated about hacking or even computers. But he was passionate about it and learned everything he could.
Have you heard the one about the hanging mannequin that actually turned out to be a suicide victim?
The most persistent Halloween urban legend of all is the idea that somewhere in your hometown lurks a sadist who’s poisoning the Halloween candy he’s giving out to random trick-or-treaters.
In light of the Las Vegas massacre, we need to talk about how we talk about mass shootings.
I get this question all the time. “How do I find my purpose?” Some people find their purpose in a fight. In a mission. In a cause… Brandon explained that the people who join these radical groups, or any group, were probably suffering in life. And they wanted to fill a hole. They wanted what any human wants: a feeling of belonging. That’s the powerful force pulling them in.
When faced with terrorism, Ariana Grande chooses empathy. When faced with terrorism, President Trump chooses hatred.
They cannot kill love.