Issue 4

Welcome to Wilderland

Welcome to Wilderland

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Adventure has been on my mind, as of late. It seems to me that the narratives that have gripped our collective consciousness, especially in 2020 and in early 2021, have largely been built from...

Building and Navigating an Uncertain Future

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It would be an understatement to say these are unusual and uncertain times. Times that make us question our plans, our hopes, and our dreams. Everything in our reality appears to be inverted or...

Better Mythologies, Better Heroes

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We are in uncertain times; the old guards are being torn down and the meta-conflict we’re experiencing is an impotent, “let’s return to business as usual” versus a similarly weak opposition crying, “we’re never...
Why We Work

Why We Work

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I’ve seen the modern 9 to 5 job called “barbaric” and “slavery” in the last week alone. It’s like a shot in the back to the millions of hard-working people who get up every...

To Build Beauty

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In my first article I wrote about the movement of the human body. The means of moving limbs, articulating postures, and motor learning. Now I write about movements that grip humans. The all-encompassing ideologies...

The Value of Suffering

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‘You desire to know that art of living my friend “ it is contained in one phrase: make use of suffering.’Henri-Frederic Amiel It’s a cliché of screenwriter manuals that all stories must be instigated by...
The Strange Map of Nutrition

The Strange Map of Nutrition

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Take an empty plate. Add the food you consume throughout a regular week. Eggs, bacon, steak, beans, bread, chocolate, potatoes, rice and chicken. Now, take a picture and post it online, asking people which...