Human misery is hard to look at. But it’s one way to understand the true cost of warfare.
Today I found myself asking if there is an end that will justify the means.
I couldn’t make it through the whole post.
What do you think about all the people who don’t understand feminism? Especially the women who supposedly “are against feminism because they don’t hate men”? Should we argue or is it a lost cause?
No, we shouldn’t argue. We should teach. We should enlighten. We should in the friendliest of…
I’m 25. This is the point in my life that I have reached. What is it about being 25 that makes this so obvious and so important?
Around the time you reach your first quarter-century, most of your post-adolescence has been spent establishing…
I turned 25 on Mother’s Day.
Oliver Campbell is a picture of childhood contentment. At just under two years old he is experimenting with words and is happily peppering his creative endeavours with them. But inside Oliver’s head something extraordinary is happening. Currents from tiny electrodes, curled inside the snail-shaped cochlea of his inner ear, are stimulating his auditory nerve, allowing him to hear. Take them away and Oliver’s world would be thrown into confusion. Read more
Photograph: Suki Dhanda for the Observer
Super-awesome reminder of how far our medical technology has come.
The Greeks understood the mysterious power of the hidden side of things. They bequeathed to us one of the most beautiful words in our language—the word ‘enthusiasm’—en theos—a god within. The grandeur of human actions is measured by the inspiration from which they spring. Happy is he who bears a god within, and who obeys it.
What makes you think Woody did it? There’s so much hate flying around the internet and a lot of misinformation, and I’m finding it really hard trying to figure out who’s more clear.
Are you fucking kidding me? When a seven year old girl confesses in graphic detail to being sexually assaulted…
I think that there’s something almost unethical about advocating for the rights of the unborn and then not fighting for that child to be raised in an environment where it is loved and nurtured.
I believe that if someone opposes abortion and labels themselves as “pro-life,” they should feel a duty to care about the child’s quality of life, long after they are born. After all, even if you believe that life starts at conception, you can’t claim that it ends after birth.