Usually when we talk about what it means to make art, we think of rebellion as optional. This is why it is not. Not even close.
A personal exploration into the world of leadership, my own failure in trying to take it on, and what I’ve learned along the way.
Sensitive people are often the ones most afraid of failing. Here’s why, and here’s what they can do about it.
For decades we have misunderstood what terrorism actually is, let alone how to put an end to it. Here is what we got wrong and how to fix it.
“End the occupation.” “Kick all the Palestinians out.” “Two state solution!” Everyone wants an easy answer. It is time we accepted there is not one.
We have become so dependent on rationality that we have made ourselves stupid. It is time to become smart again. But to do that, we need to stop relying on our brains.
Yesterday, a video of young women taking selfies of themselves and being mocked by announcers went viral. Also, by the way, there was a school shooting.
How a simple video game review written by Elliott Smith changed my life and taught me why art mattered.
A post that examines why you think your dreams/desires/needs are impossible, and why you need to stare this impossibility straight in the face and go to war with it.
It is time I admit it: almost everything important I do is motivated by anger. And yet my mission is to create a world where people build rather than destroy. How can these two possibly coexist?