In her book, Braving the Wilderness, Brené Brown defined spirituality as "recognizing and celebrating that we are all inextricably connected to each other by a power greater than all of us, and that our connection to that power and to one another is grounded in love and compassion." This connectedness is also a theme of … Continue reading Unity of All Substance
Sharing feelings for some of us is difficult and stressful, and often takes a good bit of strength.
"What is this," I thought to myself, "another one of those silly internet arithmetic challenges?" At closer inspection, I could see it was more complicated than most of the others, as there were a much larger number of guesses in the comment section. There must be more than meets the eye. The challenge I was … Continue reading The Solvers of Riddles, Puzzles, and Problems
There I was, sitting in my car parked at Central Park in Topeka. I gazed out at the track with a goal to begin a habit of doing sprints every 7-10 days. There were a few people walking around the park that would notice me. What the hell was I doing out here, anyway? I'm … Continue reading Expense of Looking Cool
Searching for truth in media, analyzing the Media Bias Chart, commentary on Chernobyl, a Stoic and Christian response to the restrictions regarding stay-at-home orders, and a solution to last week's Riddler Classic.