A new book protests the postmodernist refutations of shared truth and grand narratives—we struggle because we lack story and soul.
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In the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting, a grieving parent becomes an education reformer, champions “Schools of Character.”
Death is for the Living
The dog is the only animal that has evolved specifically to be our companion—and has a unique ability to meet our needs.
For all its silliness and sentimentality, Peter Pan serves as a precautionary tale for those who fear the responsibilities of living, and the uncertainties of dying.
We dishonor a person's memory and do ourselves a disservice when we don't also acknowledge the dead person’s flaws, faults, or missteps—in other words, embrace their whole humanity. Whether we want it or not, funerals are spaces for emotional learning, not just grieving or reinforcing cultural norms.