What is Depression (and what is it not)?

“People who don’t know, who say it’s self-indulgence, sound callous, but it’s not callousness born of indifference; I think it’s callousness born of ignorance. That kind of ignorance we’ve got to get rid of, and […]

17, Feb, 2013


There is no pill, no lotion, no potion, no energy balancing, no psychic reading, no affirmation that can change what was. As the light shines into darkness so does love bring warmth and peace to […]

16, Feb, 2013

The Sin of Forgiveness?

Gregory Koukl Is it possible to forgive a wrong done to someone else? Should only those who repent be forgiven? Is forgiveness a selfish act, a way to make ourselves feel better? Greg grapples with […]

14, Feb, 2013

Meet the people shaping the future of science

Everyone wants to be happy, right? Wrong, says Ed Diener, a psychologist in the emerging field of “subjective well-being”– a professor of happiness in all but name–at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He’s found […]

13, Feb, 2013

History is economics in action

History is economics in action. —Karl Marx “And now as to myself, no credit is due to me for discovering the existence of classes in modern society or the struggle between them. Long before me […]

12, Feb, 2013
Was Einstein’s Brain Different?

Was Einstein’s Brain Different?

Of course it was—people’s brains are as different as their faces. In his lifetime many wondered if there was anything especially different in Einstein’s. He insisted that on his death his brain be made available […]

10, Feb, 2013

Depression Self-Screening Test

What does depression feel like? “It was not really alarming at first, since the change was subtle, but I did notice that my surroundings took on a different tone at certain times: the shadows of […]

08, Feb, 2013



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