Ruth Bader Ginsburg was aware of cages that restricted women’s freedoms while pretending to protect them. The cage that kept Bradwell from her attorney license for instance, because apparently, the […]
In Brain Pickings, one of the most precious gems on the internet, Maria Popova prompts her readers to construct their own “intellectual, creative, and ideological lineage.” Ancestry as a choice […]
How much of our pain and our rage should inform our work as innovators, creatives, and thought leaders. Virginia Wolf had some thoughts on “incandescent, unimpeded” writing. May you find spaces of self love to experience peace as if you weren’t wronged. But may you find freedom and purpose in expressing rage too.