Everyone knows Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken”—and almost everyone gets it wrong. From The Road Not Taken: Finding America in the Poem Everyone Loves and Almost Everyone Gets Wrong, a new book by Orr.
Tom, five, likes Batman and football. Julia, eight, likes pink and princesses. Neither identifies with their birth gender – but, as UK referrals for transgender children rise, should doctors intervene?
Last Updated: October 19th There’s nothing better in October than bingeing some good scary movies on Netflix on a dark, stormy night. From ghosts to vampires and zombies just about every morbid fantasy
The first instalment of our new psychology column looks at how mental manipulation can be backed by good intentions – but when used with stealth, it is deceitful and wrong A couple of decades ago, a class
Pixar’s latest animation is a remarkably intelligent treatment of one of the most complicated and confusing issues in philosophy: the self When you go to see a Pixar film you know you’re going to see clever,
A Zen Master Explains Life and Death to a Child and Outlines the Three Essential Principles of Zen Mind
“Zen practice … requires great faith, great courage, and great questioning.” If death is so enormous a mystery that we remain unable to wrap our grownup minds around it, despite comfort from our great
What He Said About Hell and the Bible Rocked the Christian World. Here’s What Ex-Pastor Rob Bell Is Up to Four Years Later.
Few evangelical figures in recent memory have sparked as much theological debate as has Rob Bell, the author, speaker and former pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who ignited
A Cosmopolitan writer tells us where ladies go to get turned on. Originally published on Cosmopolitan.com Women can enjoy porn just as much as guys do. But it's shockingly hard for us to find good porn
In Icelandic, a compass is a direction-shower, and a microscope a small-watcher. In Lakota, horse is literally dog of wonder. These neologisms demonstrate the cumulative quality of language, in which use
As the chart above shows, the preferences of white voters are dramatically different than non-white nonvoters. While on net white voters want government to decrease services (52 percent say cut services
For almost 9 years now, I've been learning to live a simple life. A life uncluttered by most of the things people fill their lives with, and left with space for what really matters. A life that isn't busy-ness
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