We know we have been MIA for quite some time, and unfortunately, our hiatus will continue till end of next week. Blame COVID. But for today, we invite you to revisit this seminal 1961 essay by Joan Didion for Vogue, which, in its elegant prose, makes us ponder over the idea of '…
The ongoing IPO & funding frenzy has given birth to a new breed of nouveau rich — so newly rich that they are still figuring out how to make sense of t…
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Can love really last forever? Or is the eternal love narrative far from truth? Find out in this article by Aaron Ben-Ze’ev for Aeon. Reading time: 20 m…
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Somewhere along the way, we've stopped growing as individuals. Maybe it's time to get back up again? John Gardner builds a pretty compelling case for i…
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How is it that we find ourselves solely incapable of enjoying our free time? This succinct write-up by Natalie Morris for Metro UK puts words to our st…
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What if the pursuit of happiness isn’t making us happy? We do some soul searching on the true value of a “happy life” with Emily Smith in this 2013 art…
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Time for some trivia! Today, we delve into this 2002 article from The Economist, which explores how the eccentric founder of Red Bull cracked the crowd…
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Do you remember your thoughts and troubles as a teenager? Perhaps these short narratives, collected from teenagers far and wide by NYTimes, will help y…
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