A sequel to the post that reimagined the story we tell ourselves about the Holocaust. Now with a new mission: to create a new narrative for the present.
The potential for creativity to transform our lives and world is unparalleled. But first we need to fundamentally change how we think about it.
Sometimes it’s the smallest things in life that teach us who we’re meant to be with. And remind us why we will always stay together.
Is… is it possible?
On the complicated story of how I got sucked into a political mindset, and what I lost along the way.
One day, he was just… gone.
1 in 5 women you know have been raped. 1 in 50 men. These are not imaginary numbers, they are the reality that surrounds you at every moment.
Yes, there are people trivializing Hitler’s legacy, the Holocaust, and antisemitism. But they aren’t the ones comparing Trump to Hitler. They are the ones who try to silence those who do.
For years, a voice has told me that I’m lazy, broken, even evil. Where did this voice come from, and what can it teach us about who we are in general?
Mental illness may be something that is easy to be aware of. But when you see it up close, it can be truly hard to understand. This is what it’s like from the inside.