The world as I see it
I tell stories and share ideas. I’m a pragmatic idealist fascinated by technology, science, faith, politics, relationships, and what it means to be human.
How do we avoid xenophobia if technology stops us interacting with strangers?
Why I’m changing my reading habits over the summer.
How the temptation to go with the familiar can lead us away from forging new paths that create a better future.
The hope of a world without death, mourning, crying, or pain, is all well and good, but surely there would also be potentially negative consequences to living in this ‘perfect’ world.
Self-control and grit are far more likely to indicate a child’s propensity for success than any innate talent or intellectual capacity.
A few thoughts on the controversial penalty in the opening game of the World Cup.