In which I re-wrote the Declaration of Independence and updated it for this century. Come at me, America.
Thoughts for Thursday: One Life to Live – Economics (Part 1)
In which I babble on about things I know very little about in an effort to understand them - specifically, economics.
Thoughts for Thursday: A Moment of Zen
In which I break down a quote from a Zen master, discuss some more about "Faking it until you become it," and brag a bunch about fitness again.
Thoughts for Thursday: Trust
In which a self-deprecating, untrustworthy nincompoop who doesn't trust anyone lectures you all about trust.
Thoughts for Thursday: Individualism vs. Collectivism (part 3)
...Or, Of Moose and How We Know What We Know I don't believe in moose. That's right. Let that sit for just a moment. Then, hear me out, please. I make this claim all the bloody time, and, because I live in the Pacific Northwest, I almost always get the same reaction: "What the hell … Continue reading Thoughts for Thursday: Individualism vs. Collectivism (part 3)
Fearless Friday: How to Have Faith in Yourself
In which I ramble on about faith, trust, and a bunch of stuff that probably shouldn't matter, but still does, regardless.
Thoughts for Thursday: Individualism vs. Collectivism (Part 2)
In which I continue my thoughts on individualism vs. collectivism. This week we look through the lens of the story of Chris McCandless - better known as Into the Wild.
Thoughts for Thursday: Individualism vs. Collectivism (Part 1)
This week I examine the push and pull between individualist thought and collectivist thought. Topics include Transcendentalism, Confucianism, and Taoism.
Thoughts for Thursday: The Value of a Life
Be it known throughout the Realm of Brandonia... Thursdays henceforth shall be for random higher-level thinking. "So What Do You Do?" Chances are, you're reading this either on your computer, tablet, or phone while your "on a break" at work. If I'm wrong, then... shut up and just imagine you're at your job. Maybe you … Continue reading Thoughts for Thursday: The Value of a Life
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