“I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.” – Evelyn Beatrice Hall If you value free speech, then you will at some point have to accept that the opinions of others may interfere with your ambiguous standards of what someone ought to… Read More Getting Triggered: Political Correctness & the Death of Free Speech
Let me start off by saying that regardless of how you feel mass shootings should be handled in the future, it is fair to say that we are all deeply shattered by what happened in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday. As a parent and a brother to two younger siblings, I cannot begin to imagine the pain… Read More My Thoughts on the Shooting in Florida
*Originally published on Collective Evolution under “How to Be Genuinely Mindful With Christmas Shopping Without Buying Nothing or Spending Too Much”. Here we are again, another year, another holiday shopping season. This is the time of the year where we become bombarded with expectations: buying presents, attending holiday parties, sending out holiday cards, a nonstop… Read More Merry Christmas, Here’s Your Garbage to Be
Do you ever find yourself coming across a particular product and begin thinking about how it could make your life easier, more efficient/productive, or happier? Turns out you’re not alone, in fact, the majority of us do this every single day. And it’s not just limited to products, we compare everything from potential jobs, who… Read More Why We ‘Want’, and How To Want Less
Walk into any Whole Food’s grocery store and you are immediately overwhelmed; not just by the vast assortment of products, but by the feeling you get, like it’s your civic duty to shop there. The illusion that since most of the products were made “responsibly” that no harm was done. The reality is that everything… Read More Conscious Consumption – Does It Even Make a Difference?