2,500 years ago, ancient Romans and Greeks found a leafy plant known as wild mustard – called Brassica oleracea – growing in Europe and the
Everyone’s metric for a “reasonable” occasion for tears is different, but there is one commonality — if there is a reasonable time to cry, there’s also an unreasonable time.
You probably have a metric yourself, if you really think about it…
Death of a loved one? Definitely. Let go from your job? Shed a few tears, it’s okay. Going through a breakup? Most of us agree that’s as good a time as any for tears.
Connection and its mysterious ways have long plagued humanity – anthropologists, advertisers, parents, linguists, psychologists, mail carriers, romantic partners… Everyone is just as curious and confused
There is no such thing as useless knowledge.
Take a second to internalize that…
Nothing you know how to do, no fact you’re able to remember long past its alleged usefulness, no unmarketable skill or interest, is devoid of value.
Every proficiency you’ve ever earned – from PC Tetris excellence to being able to bake perfect chocolate chip cookies – all form and affect the consciousness you inhabit and think of as “yourself.”
If human beings as a whole had figured out the secret key ingredient to falling, being, and staying in love, we’d have stopped writing about.
Alas, we haven’t. And probably won’t. Ever.
But what we have done is spent our entire collective sentient experience since the dawn of conscious personhood studying love and attraction, trying to crack the code.
And honestly? We’ve learned a lot.
Exhaustion is an epidemic. The answers? They’re either within us, or all around us. And I don’t mean in your medicine cabinet. You see, holistic