Self-care, healthy eating, focusing on what an awesome human I am...I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of all the pointless activities I’m told to follow to counteract the joyless world we live in. We all feel it and the data shows it: unhappiness is on the increase in our society. So what on earth can we do about it?
Don’t tell anyone, but at one point on Sunday I had four people from different households in my kitchen at the same time. I’m finding this phase of lockdown the hardest, mostly because I don’t really understand what the rules are trying to achieve.
The death of George Floyd has sparked a global movement to end racism and injustice. But why do we feel this burning desire for justice, and how will it be achieved?
Why the prevailing worldview of the West leaves individuals ill-prepared to respond to the deprivation and suffering that has accompanied this virus.
From Ricky Gervais to Adam Buxton, today's comedy scene is littered with those who readily call faith in God an act of self-delusion. But are Christians the only ones at risk of deluding themselves, or do atheists need to confront the uncomfortable truths at the root of their own ‘faith’?
Even though every part of our lives is surrounded by comfort and technology; we have an exceptional level of personal freedom and liberty; and we have tastes and experiences our grandparents couldn't imagine, we are no happier. Why is that the case?
Many of us think of patriotism the same way we would a venereal disease: we may happen to exhibit a few symptoms from time to time but we would be extremely uncomfortable to discuss it. What does patriotism mean in today’s world and why do we feel so awkward about it? How can we bring people together without leading to exclusion of others?
Get ahead in life. Win friends. Shortcut your way to the top. Choose the liar's path and a life full of power, wealth and adoration could be yours. What’s the catch?
It has been billed as the election of a generation, and yet one generation has been conspicuously ignored by the political classes. What does our lack of care for the youngest in our society tell us about ourselves?