An article about the similarities and differences between Judaism and Buddhism.
An analysis of the roles and applications of art on society and its impact on the way we understand information.
A discussion about the nature and philosophy of love, and my definition for the word love itself.
The following poem discusses the dangers of Darwinism if it is taken too far: How social Darwinism promotes eugenics. This poem is not meant to be taken literally. It was also inspired by Langston Hughes’ poem, “Cultural Exchange”.
A poem about the line between healthy belief and radicalism, regardless of faith.
A poem about unity and community and patriotism.
A life between screens Is not as fun as it seems. Everyone is jumping From monitor to monitor And compulsively sharing Their thoughts and activities, To attract the digital spectators […]
Coffee shops Are meeting spots Where people come together And ideas are exchanged. The sharing of imaginations Is a watercolor of originalities. The air is fresh; So is the enthusiasm […]
Yesterday was the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz. It is a day of indescribable mourning for those who survived the Holocaust; a day of atonement for those who […]