A thesis about how we can develop courage, and how I'm putting the theory to the test. Also, Seth Godin makes an appearance!
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."Scroll Down
In which I discover the Culture War is more complicated and messy than I initially thought, and we talk about my favorite TV show of 2020.
How genuine exposure to the ideas and people that make us uncomfortable will save civil society, and maybe the world.
When good intentions have unintended consequences, and how prejudice actually disappears from society.
Three stories about what lies beneath the surface of our divisive times, and how we can approach healing from the inside out.
Twitter has a reputation as one of the most toxic places on the internet. But lately, I've been finding the exact opposite.
The Culture War is a cancer, eating away at the collective soul of society. It's time to operate.
Wading into the complexity of American policing, the world's most interesting podcast interview, and how to make twitter delightful and constructive.
One of the best essays I've read in a long time, plus the podcasts that kept me grounded during the turbulence of 2020.
I'm making the commitment to send this newsletter every Saturday, for at least one year. Let's do this.
A new understanding of what it means to be a responsible citizen in a world gone mad.
We can build bridges back to sanity, one citizen at a time.
We all have a role to play in healing our divides and building a better world. This is mine.
A disconcerting omen, calling out vs. calling in, fixing political news, and extreme listening.
We can heal our divisions. But first, we must decide.