Spiritual Science – Chapters 1-12 Drafted!

I’ve been making some good progress on my opus work called Spiritual Science. Here’s a summary of the first twelve chapters as they stand so far, along with a brief summary of each of the last three parts of the book. If you want to read more, check out the chapter drafts here – I’d love your feedback! א – … Read More

Ye… Was Right?

We at war Kanye is correct. We are at war. We at war with terrorism, racism This is an eloquent and efficient way of saying it. Kanye is correct. But most of all we at war with ourselves As he says himself, this is where Kanye is most correct. As I will be demonstrating in Spiritual Science, and as Jordan … Read More

The Way of Water – Becoming a Responsive Organization

Water is fluid. It finds its way around obstacles, through cracks and crevices, over the surface of stones and sand, even between the layers of rock itself. It seeks the path of least resistance — in this case a crack — and finds it. Water conforms to the contours of whatever is holding it; a bottle, a cup, a hole … Read More

2023 – Trends & Themes

Given that part of my professional life is spent as a futurist, I dedicate some time each day to “sensing” – the act of browsing through current conversations, taking notes about interesting things I find, and connecting data points across time to get a sense of trends. The following are three trends I’ve been seeing take shape over the last … Read More

The Scientific Method Reading List: Seven Reads That WILL Change Your Life

This is a selection from my latest book, Spiritual Science, which is my life’s work and all of my scholarship wrapped up like a challah loaf. I’m posting draft chapters here if you’re curious! Note: the below reading recommendations are among some of the most insightful works I have ever read, and relate in some important way to their corresponding … Read More

Towards Equality of the Working Mother

There’s a lot of context behind this, which you can see in this YouTube video of mine, but here’s the essence of the thought. Back when women wanted to enter the workforce, they were ticked off that men were making tons of money, wielding a bunch of power, and self-congratulating themselves with medals and life achievement awards. A man goes … Read More

In Flanders Fields – Extended Version

In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row,     That mark our place; and in the sky     The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,     Loved and were loved, and now we lie,         In Flanders … Read More

Fear & Joy

People whose thoughts are overly influenced by fear are likely to be more attached to their own status and suffer from lack of self-confidence. They are so preoccupied with the threat of evil that they cannot see the opportunities that exist around them. This attitude is in contrast to the joyous outlook of those who are able to enjoy life … Read More

The Most Stigmatized Disorder

Over the past several decades, society has become significantly more understanding of, and to some degree compassionate towards, mental health. However, there is one mental disorder that receives overwhelming and universally-negative stigma. One might think it is psychopathy, as psychopaths will hurt and kill people. Obviously this is not the case, as many killers, such as TJK, have fan bases, … Read More