Are we not all murderous, lustful kings? Our animosity is murder without opportunity or means. Our appetites are guarded lusts, motivating almost all our thoughts. Continue reading a murderous, lustful king
War and greed are still crouching at the door. This is the motivating principle of democracy itself, since it teaches us no man can be trusted too little or for too long. Continue reading sin is crouching at the door
King David understood what Weiner can only faintly grasp. There is no such thing as private sin. Continue reading what Weiner wanted
Apparently fast walkers can get impatient with slow walkers, bumping into them or cutting in front of them, while muttering under their breath, thinking hostile thoughts and making faces. Continue reading different speeds for different needs
Just wait for it.
That’s the conclusion of Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, a psychology professor at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., who has “discovered” a new developmental stage he calls “emerging adulthood.”