When we talk about identity, we often talk about it in terms of finding: how someone can find herself, or find what she likes doing. This was a view that appealed to me too. Charitably interpreted, it urges us to live life easily, follow our feelings, and let good things come when they do. But…
We might be able to understand animals by seeing them as humans.
How do we understand loneliness, and will we confront it?
How can you gently let someone know they smell bad or have some other deficiency?
What actions and objects entail or represent some essential quality of us? What is essentially us?
What moments of reflection do we leave out we as live our lives? A man creates a world of mirrors to…
We often divide things as yin and yang, good and bad. We're often wrong.
A poem by L.B. Sedlacek soberly visualizes ennui and regret.
Two teens share a Halloween adventure and discover an unsettling scene.
Practically and morally, upholding the ideal of holding humanity towards all humans is worthwhile.