Month: March 2017

Exploring the Artistry and Controversy of Singer-Songwriter Lana Del Rey

I am in love with Lana Del Rey’s new single “Love.” In love with “Love.” Say that three times fast. There is no release date for the singer-songwriter’s next album yet but with the single dropping last month, we can assume it’s on the horizon. The single “Love” is dreamy and divine and a tad bit dreary. It’s also catchy in a mellow way, which gives me high hopes for the upcoming album, because I adored Lana Del Rey’s first widely released album Born to Die (2012). Her follow-up albums Ultraviolence (2014) and Honeymoon (2015) had good artistry but...

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How Time Travel Stories Teach Us to Live for Today

Perhaps you have heard the famous quote that is attributed to Buddhist teachings: “The trouble is, you think you have time.” And isn’t that the truth? Or conversely, the problem is that we feel we have no time at all. We’re always pressed to get this or that thing done on our dreaded To Do List, and years fly by before suddenly we realize that we haven’t prioritized things that really, truly matter to us. We think we have time, but we claim we have no time. I’ve always loved time travel stories ever since I fell in love...

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