Cross-posted from TomDispatch.com In 1985, at age 41, I visited Disney World for the first time. I remember the experience
Don't question it.
"Leaves of Grass" lovers, assemble!
Teaching the Greeks and Critical Thinking - Part 11: Does the Belief in an Afterlife Affect One's View of this Life?
Teacher: How would you see this life if you didn't believe in an afterlife? Teacher: I'd like you now to role-play someone
I heard America singing on Sunday night. Bluesman extraordinaire* Buddy Guy's music rang like the flip-side of Walt Whitman's
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
If history is a guide Americans will not be electing Donald Trump, even as they may find many practical or potential faults with Hillary Clinton. The latter is merely imperfect; the former offers a detested and despised face. As a citizenry in a fulsome democracy we still understand the difference.
Diane Luby Lane It chronicles the stories of struggle and redemption of 20 of our poets, along with their chosen classic
Walt Whitman was born on this day in 1819. His lifespan overlapped with a period in neuroscience history that laid the foundation for today's exciting time of brain exploration. Though he would likely roll over in his grave at the word listicle, here are three ways Whitman is historically linked to the brain.
But do we really want to take nutrition advice from a 19th-century poet anyway?