Writing for Classical Teacher, David Wright shows how some things are best communicated by poetry--not by measuring and calculating as scientists do. Carefully, Wright takes us by the hand and walks us through George Herbert's poem, The Agony.
Is your living connection to your family history sitting alone in a nursing home? In this Ethika Politika piece, "Autonomy and the Course of Human Events," Marina Olson makes the point that all the technology in the world will not help us if we don't know our own history through our family stories.
Verily Magazine's managing editor draws on her own recent unemployment experience to suggest "Seven Ways to Survive and Thrive During Unemployment." We suggest starting with #7.