Breaking down where we go wrong within a culture of marriage, this article asks us to understand of ourselves before committing to understand someone else.
Although not groundbreaking, nor shocking, it’s an interesting read.
I remember hearing years ago that bees are dying off in droves. There were different reasons I was told by different people, but my understanding was limited to the fact that it was happening.
As an amateur bee keeper myself and a consistent honey drinker, my interest in this is serious.
This short article goes briefly into the collapse we’re witnessing and what we can learn from it as a fellow organism.
As a John Muir fan, I was excited to hear his ideas on the interconnectedness of nature are influencing more people everyday. Especially when those people also happen to be influential themselves.
In a book I recently read, The World According to Garp, the idea of a ‘water closet’ was introduced to me. It’s brilliant, in my eyes, to further physically separate the different actions we perform while in the modern bathroom.
This article takes this idea further by challenging our modern sewage systems, but only after providing us with its interesting history.
I’ve spent a year bathing outside with a cup and going to the bathroom in dug-out hole, and I can say with absolute certainty it’s easier than you think.
A short, thought provoking article about the value of philosophy within itself and as a help to understanding physics.
An interesting article concerning the different conceptions of time around the globe.
It’s especially interesting if you’re living abroad for an extended period of time.