January 2024

I have a story to tell I hope to tell it well When we reach out a helping hand When we wish to make a stand We live in the arms of humanity When we close our eyes to sleep When we dry the tears we weep When we feel that warm glow  We live […]

Setting the agenda for contemporary debate, ancient and medieval philosophers raised recurring themes in the philosophy of marriage: the relation between marriage and the state, the role of sex and procreation in a marriage, and the gendered nature of spousal roles. Their works reflect evolving, and overlapping, ideas of marriage as an economic procreative unit, […]

Touch is the first of the senses to develop in the human infant, and it remains perhaps the most emotionally central throughout our lives. A child who has a steady caretaker will be emotionally stronger than a child who is without affection for long periods. Studies have shown that even short bursts of touch — […]

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