Readings #5: Man’s Search For Meaning (Suffering and Success)

In many ways, Viktor Frankl’s “Man’s Search For Meaning” is a memoir and a treatise on human tenacity. In one way, it tells of Frankl’s hardships in the Nazi imprisonment camps, Auschwitz being the worst. In another manner, the book gives us insight into how we can endure in the hardest of times and the … Continue reading Readings #5: Man’s Search For Meaning (Suffering and Success)

What You Should Do Right Now — Tactical Training Systems – Reblog

JD lists some of the most important things you can do to be prepared for uncertain and unsettling times. For the full explanation of each item, check out his blog. It's full of important information. Here is his list: First, immediately develop a communications plan…   Second, immediately collect open-source intelligence (OSINT)…   Third, check … Continue reading What You Should Do Right Now — Tactical Training Systems – Reblog

What Mortal Kombat Taught Me About Knowledge

Philosophy from a video game. “Finish him,” was the famous phrase heard on Mortal Kombat 3 when it came time to obliterate your opponent. You might remember the drunken wobble Raiden does just before Sub-Zero uppercuts him into oblivion. Good times. As a kid, another part of the game always stood out: the opening credits. … Continue reading What Mortal Kombat Taught Me About Knowledge