Interesting take in The Atlantic (“Stop Trusting Viral Videos“) about the events involving the Black Hebrew Israelites, teenagers from the Catholic school in Kentucky, and Nathan Phillips in Washington DC this past weekend. It is interesting how video can influence what we think about a situation and almost makes the facts irrelevant as people jumpContinue reading
This story popped up in my Pocket feed this evening. It’s 2 years old but an interesting read. I played music for years starting when I was 11. Makes me think I better get back to my piano.
So I’ve been thinking a lot as of late about what to do with what remains of my social media accounts. I dropped Facebook a long time ago. I was using it very infrequently already but more of the people I cared about keeping in contact with on that platform slowly started dropping off, tiredContinue reading “What to do with social media?”
The red Melitta brewer has been sitting patiently in a drawer waiting to be put back to use. The #2 paper cone filters have been biding their time in another drawer, certain that one day they’d be called upon again to brew a cup of coffee, one cup at a time.
Don’t get there often and love the above-the-expressway view so of course had to snap a photo. Only Chicago has these rest stops. Love them! 💕
“You could leave life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think.” – Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
One of the things I’ve been wanting to do for several years now is study Stoicism, but not Stoicism in the sense that most people seem to know: To the average person, this vibrant, action-oriented, and paradigm-shifting way of living has become shorthand for emotionlessness. but Stoicism in the sense of the way the authorsContinue reading “The Daily Stoic”
I discovered this horror podcast just before the holidays and was instantly hooked. Ridiculously good work!