My Favorite Thoughts of 2013

"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." - Albert Einstein

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When I set out on this project, I was as clear as I could be about what this is. What it’s become, however, is one of my favorite parts of my day, every day for the past 62. While there is no goal to this project beyond to write more — nothing I’m trying to accomplish with the articles — there have been a few thoughts that have stuck out. Here are my favorite posts of 2013:

10. Let Your Teacher Grade Your Test

9. At What Point Do We Stop Thinking of Celebrities as People?

8. I’d be okay with a revolution.

7. Why I’m Glad Chivalry is Dead, From The Perspective of A Man Who Actually Likes Women

6. Being Alone Isn’t the Same as Being Lonely

5. The Abusive Relationship We’re All In That Most of Us Never Think About

4. Working to End Oppression Makes More Sense as a Republican Value than a Democratic One

3. Making a Bigger “Us” and a Smaller “Them”

2. We Fabricate the Obstacles that Stand Between Us and Happiness

1. The 3 Ingredients to a Happy Existence

Happy 2013, Friends! I’m looking forward to what 2014 has in store for us.