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Father: ‘Anything but journalism.’ I rebelled.
Poverty is not deprivation, it is isolation.
It’s not how much money we make that ultimately makes us happy
There are exceptional people out there who are capable of starting epidemics.
I think actually the marketing community is approaching a crisis: There are
If your parents are billionaires, that might actually be an obstacle to
A prediction, in a field where prediction is not possible, is no more than a prejudice.
Humans socialize in the largest groups of all primates because we are
There’s this powerful phrase in the legal world, “Difficult cases make bad
By shifting the balance away from the individual we open the door
We need to look at the subtle, the hidden, and the unspoken.
Lesson Number One: The Importance of Being Jewish
People who bring transformative change have courage, know how to re-frame the
The essence of apostasy is changing sides from that of the crucified
I like [that] there’s a certain inherent drama to those jobs that
My life’s experiences, I’ve always had, my uncle used to call it
Lovers are not at their best when it matters. Mouths dry up,
Could there be a better answer to the stupidity of Karl Marx
I represent all the enlightened people in this country, and that’s a fine thing to be able to do.
You cultivate the subconscious by meditation, by sitting in silence and by
When there is some fear about accounting and growth and the economy,