You Could Have Made The Same Mistake
The internet has made it easier than ever to blame people like the mother of the child who escaped into the cage of a gorilla named Harambe. Here’s why we need to take a step back and learn to forgive.
When My Father Fell To Earth
At some point, all our parents have to fall to earth, down to where they are just as human as we are. In my case, it happened with a push.
“Yes, I’m Sensitive!” 5 Things You Need To Know About Sensitive People
Because we live in a world that doesn’t value sensitivity, Normal People often don’t know how to deal with us Sensitive Folks. Here are 4 tips to change that.
Dear Dividers: I Have No Time For You
An anti-love letter to the people who think destruction and division is more important than creation and unity.
How To Be Happy, Change The World, And Make Your Problems Go Away
Yes it’s possible to change things, it’s possible to be happy, it’s possible to solve our problems. But we need to change the way we look at them first.
Out Of The Depths, The Internet Mobs Approach
We thought we had finally destroyed the mobs. We thought they were gone for good. And now… they’re back.
Why Vicious Online Comments Are Like Killing
Angry online comments have become the norm online. The psychology of killing can teach us both about the nature of these attacks and how to prevent them.
My Name Is Elad And I’m An Enthusiastic Blogger
Am I merely a positive blogger, whitewashing all the issues in society, especially Jewish society? Or is there something else going on?
There’s No Such Thing As The Internet
The Internet has become a mythical beast, something completely imaginary. It’s time to pop the bubble.
A story about how having Christian roommates forced me to rethink my views on religion and who was really brainwashed.