“Do I no longer need to structure the chaos, for love not only structures it, but gives meaning to everything?”

Newly broken into sub-categories for your browsing convenience:

TOP THREE OF THE MONTH:

  • “A Republic of Front Porches” by Patrick Deenen. This is an old essay of his, but I think of it constantly: how public spaces, and their design, affect our daily lives and therefore our politics; how social capital is built and its importance in facilitating productive democratic communities.
  • “But the web is not just some kind of magic all-absorbing meta-medium. It’s its own thing. And like other media it has a question that it answers better than any other. That question is: Why wasn’t I consulted?” “The Web Is a Customer Service Medium” by Paul Ford
  • “Do I no longer need to structure the chaos, for love not only structures it, but gives meaning to everything? …You didn’t make a choice to go in that direction. Life—nature—pulled your strings. That is why you have no regrets about those years. And where did it land you? In a more interesting place. It resulted in a more interesting time.” “That Longing for a Holy Completeness” by Sheila Heti

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