• Posted: July 14, 2020
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One Book that Changed my Life

There are a few moments that occur in our life that we know are special. They change us fundamentally. The way we think about ourselves or how we think about the world. One was learning about Buddhism. One was reading a Brief History of Time One was the Mars Rover landing on Mars One was […]

  • Posted: January 14, 2020
  • Time to Read: 7 minutes
  • Word Count: 1439 words
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Everyone Hates Moral Philosophy Professors

If you don’t get the title that is okay. Now that The Good Place is coming to the end you can catch up and binge the whole series in one go! But yes, today, I want to talk about ethics. I’m not an expert by any means. Plus, there are so many approaches out there […]

  • Posted: January 17, 2019
  • Time to Read: 7 minutes
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What do Consciousness and Science Share?

In 1999, I was diagnosed with a mood disorder. In the dormitories at UCI, I began experiencing paranoia and anxiety that I had not known before. I dropped out that year to seek help. This is why, as a mental health advocate, that I support Active Minds. College is a vulnerable time; students are away […]

  • Posted: July 26, 2018
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Being the Worst at Mathematics May Make you the Best Student (Buddhism)

I get really steamed when people tell me that I must be good at math because I love it so. This is not the case. If you had talked to any of my previous math teachers they would tell you different. I was always the slowest person in class to understand new concepts.