This essay examines the meaninglessness of taking offense by exploring the subjective nature of offense and the lack of concrete consequences. It argues that the act of being offended lacks a universally accepted definition and fails to lead to tangible outcomes such as financial compensation or legal actions. Instead, the focus should be on promoting empathy, dialogue, and understanding to address conflicts and foster a more inclusive society.
The Brilliant Partnership: Ford and Tesla’s Bold Move
Ford's decision to partner with Tesla is a brilliant move that showcases their vision, humility, and understanding of the automotive industry. Here's why...
Cannabis As A Pain Reliever
Cannabis, also known as marijuana, has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal herb to alleviate various ailments, including pain. However, with the prohibition of cannabis in the 20th century, it became difficult for researchers to conduct studies to explore its potential benefits. Over the past few decades, scientific research has shown that … Continue reading Cannabis As A Pain Reliever
I Am A Hypocrite. Here’s Why You Should Be One, Too!
Personal growth involves constantly questioning, learning, and redefining one's values and beliefs, and changing one's mind when necessary is a sign of growth, even if it means acknowledging past hypocrisy.
Are Landlords Evil?
Are Landlords evil?! @mises #butfreedom
Pelotonia 2023: Let Us Change The World!💚
I am proud to announce that for the 12th consecutive year, I am humbled & excited to help raise money for Pelotonia!
[1 Question Quiz] Are You A Xenophobe?
Are you a xenophobe? If not, what are you?
Frank Sinatra On Nationalism
“If you don't know the guy on the other side of the world, love him anyway because he's just like you. He has the same dreams, the same hopes and fears. It's one world, pal. We're all neighbors. ” -Frank Sinatra
Statistics On Jail In The USA
Jalling otherwise "free" humans for a crime against their self is one of the least intellectual things ever
Eulogizing Chad Thomas Lewis, Ironton, Ohio & New York City
Losing my best friend is by far the worst pain I have ever felt. I hope that my thoughts on loss may help anyone dealing with loss. I start over every day.