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The Deadly Social Media Sin of ‘Comparisonitis’
Envy: According to Moya Sarner at The Guardian this deadly sin is more present in our everyday lives than ever before, thanks to social media. ... She ...
Anthony Bourdain Defended Fellow Food Critic
Anthony Bourdain, the often snappish food critic who took his life in 2018, apparently had a soft side as well. He traveled around the world highlighting ...
Study Shows Men Overestimate Their Own Intelligence
Katelyn Cooper and Sara Brownell, are a doctoral student and assistant professor, respectively, at Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences. ...
Which Leader Would You Follow?
In his book Immeasurable, Skye Jethani writes:
Compare two leaders. Leader A lifted an entire nation in a time of despair. He mobilized his people against ...
Our Tendency to Flaunt Our Good Deeds
A British paper (the Guardian) published an article titled, "Sex Doesn't Sell Anymore: Activism Does." And while this sounds impressive, it is often aimed ...
The Fallacy of Self-Supremacy
Pastor Daniel Schreiner from Portland, Oregon received the following marketing piece from a local fitness gym. It was called "The Year of You."
[The New ...
This is the Age of the Narcissist
In "The Era of the Narcissist," Aaron Kheriaty points out the self-absorption of our era:
Of all the amazing features of the medieval cathedrals, one feature ...
The Potent Poison of Pride
According to the National Geographic website (their kids' version that is) the Pufferfish can inflate into a ball shape to evade predators. Also known ...
'National Geographic' on Why We Lie
In the fall of 1989 Princeton University welcomed into its freshman class a young man named Alexi Santana, whose life story the admissions committee had ...
'NY Times' Article on the Stories We Tell Ourselves
In a New York Times article titled "The Stories We Tell Ourselves," philosopher Todd May notes that we're often telling stories about ourselves—mainly ...