The art of mastering the vital osmosis of two conflicting qualities. What makes a winning personality? How can some people walk into a room and instantly entrance everyone into a state of amicable submission?
The cause of and cure for the illusion of separateness that keeps us from embracing the richness of life. During the 1950s and 1960s, British philosopher and writer Alan Watts began popularizing Eastern
“If you view crossing the finish line as the measure of your life, you’re setting yourself up for a personal disaster.” Shortly after the release of his fantastic book An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on What
A Hong Kong real estate tycoon made headlines two years ago when he offered a $65 million bounty to the man who could win his daughter's heart and marry her. In an open letter today, the daughter says
Cats will fight back when provoked, and kids are just going to do their thing. Put the two together, and the results can be volatile. But apparently that doesn't stop some people from filming uncomfortable
How lists confer value and guarantee existence. “The list is the origin of culture,” Umberto Eco famously proclaimed. Whether or not he was right about origin, the list is very much a currency of culture,
Why prestige is the enemy of passion, or how to master the balance of setting boundaries and making friends. “Find something more important than you are,” philosopher Dan Dennett once said in discussing
With all of the planning, prepping, and Hawaii vacationing that went into celebrating Michelle Obama’s 50th birthday this month, we forgot that the country’s other most powerful woman is reaching a major