It’s hard to imagine that a history class in the next century wouldn’t look back on this generation with some disdain for our apathy.
Since finishing the Netflix series “Maid,” I’ve told many of my peers that it was too good to put into words. This, of course, is literary laziness, my cop-out strategy when I struggle to articulate something cleanly. In “Maid” I encountered something so removed from my experience and yet so relatable. “Maid” is more deservingContinue reading “Netflix’s “Maid” appeals to the Entire Human Demographic”
I’m a perpetuator of the very system I seek to dismantle.
Sometimes, things don’t work out the way we want them to.
Yes, I want to protect you from the world, but I also want to protect the world from you.
The economics of emotional capital
I found myself uncomfortable in the topic and yet somehow so comfortable around this stranger.
There’s much more to voting than casting your ballot.
Early in the morning on January 6, 2018, the president took to the new era bully pulpit, Twitter, to defend his mental stability. In an infamous tweetstorm, one which coined a future book title, he proudly labeled himself, among other things, “a very stable genius.” Like many of his tweets it was met with wide-rangingContinue reading “What if the president really is a very stable genus?”
You know the term “cradle Catholic?” I’ve never understood whether that was meant as praise or insult. Perhaps it’s neutral. But I am a cradle Catholic. Born into a Catholic family, I was baptized in the Catholic church, attended CCD and a Catholic college, served in the youth group in the Catholic church as anContinue reading “I’m Losing Faith in my Faith”