Dostoevsky, Frankl, and the Innate Human Desire for Freedom

Dostoevsky, Frankl, and the Innate Human Desire for Freedom

Dostoevsky's Notes from the Underground focuses on the ramblings of the "underground man" as a stand-in for Russian alienation at the turn of the century. The most poignant aspect of his rambling is underground man's depression and his alienation. He sees himself as both elevated above the rabble of humanity, but also completely at odds with [...]

The Profound Wisdom in Whitney Woerz’s “The Idea of Her”

The Profound Wisdom in Whitney Woerz’s “The Idea of Her”

Women are often lauded for accidents of their person (their looks, voice, charm etc.) rather than acclaimed for their actual accomplishments. This is a terrible problem, especially in a supposedly egalitarian world.

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The Power of Yes: How Saying “Yes” Can Revolutionize Your Relationship with God

The Power of Yes: How Saying “Yes” Can Revolutionize Your Relationship with God

This past summer I have been going through some rather intense spiritual development and healing. After what seemed like an entire year of solitude, desolation, and contemplation, God was finally calling me to action. One of the most striking rules I learned this year was my new found ability to grow and mature purely on [...]