The Fault in Our Modern Happiness

No one ever did anything big by reading small. ― WSJ We’ve been lied to. We’ve been told all the things we need to have to be happy. Beauty. Fame. Money. Things. Our voice is lost to popular opinions. Our souls carry the burden of wrong values, careers, and relationships. We weren’t born red but we’ll … Continue reading The Fault in Our Modern Happiness

Would You Kill Someone?

If it's natural to kill, how come men have to be trained to learn how? ―Baez Fun. Happiness. Enjoyment. Amusement. Pleasure. Excitement. Entertainment. The ultimate point of human satisfaction is almost always not free. Some people will never find meaning in life. Some will trade their souls in order to fit in. A lot of … Continue reading Would You Kill Someone?

The Science in Us

We are small, but we are profoundly capable of big things.―Stephen Hawking. The modern world has faced greater development than most of other chapters in history of humanity. The key drivers which significantly impel human development to soar into the high points are science and technology [1]. While science studies the logical truth of the … Continue reading The Science in Us