As Chesteron saw it, the problem with the young people of England in the 1930's was not that they were pagans, but that they had lost all vestige of paganism.
Children obviously need to learn to delay their gratification. Here are three ways to teach young children a little self discipline.
We've long been told that education is the salvation of the world. But is it?
Kindness should be our default position. It is good for others and good for our souls.
Silent Sam, the statue of a weary, stoic Confederate Army foot soldier, came crashing down Monday night, pulled down from his post at the edge of the UNC-Chapel Hill campus by a howling mob of protesters.
Whatever happened to the hat?
Would childhood anxiety and depression diminish if more parents followed through on giving chores?
A new study sheds some light on the issue.
How is it that parents now need doctors to tell them to let their kids play?
Forty years ago, 60 percent of high school kids read books daily. Not anymore.
T.S. Eliot's famous poem predicted today's millenial generation, undeveloped and adrift.
We've all found ourselves trapped in hopelessly boring conversations. Here's how to make the most of them.
But is a shopping mall exactly what we have reduced the university to?
Recent controversy over casting straight actor Jack Whitehall as a gay character is the latest incident to suggest this.
Sometimes, the only way to help someone seems to be a cruel or nasty approach – a strategy that may leave the ‘helper’ feeling guilty and wrong.
Don’t criminalise mothers who make level-headed decisions regarding the welfare of their children, whom they have no intention to “wilfully neglect.”
Making a child is not hard to do. Raising a child and conveying the values and rules that make for a successful life and responsible adulthood is.
Actress Steph Lynn Robinson explains the four things which lead to success in business.
Butch Coolidge is a central character in "Pulp Fiction" who moves from "toxic masculinity" to a redeemed masculinity.
Colleges exist to foster critical thinking and to teach students useful knowledge germane to a legitimate academic discipline. Social justice, however, is not a legitimate academic discipline, but rather an empty slogan.
Over the last 20 years, fewer people are learning how to read and compose music. What impact has that had on the music we listen to?
Is it time we abandon our unrealistic expectations of marriage?
An Amish resident of Colon, Michigan, has started an "Uber" ridesharing service using his horse and buggy.
Is rest more essential than we realize?
Ask yourself whether we are moving in the right direction
Some prime advice from the late University of Chicago president Robert Maynard Hutchins.
Neuroscience and psychology show that all people are motivated by status, certainty, autonomy, relatedness and fairness (SCARF). Postmodernism's denial of SCARF is contributing to young people's depression and despondency.
Lowering your expectations might be the first step towards happiness.