Content on Behavior
How can mindfulness help heal our relationship with food?
What has religion done for people that has allowed it to survive for so many upheavals over millennia?
Did COVID-19’s upheavals change some institutions for the better?
Subconsciously, we tend to link physical and moral purity, but they’re not always linked.
How can both psychology and Judaism help us look at freedom of choice, happiness and gratitude?
Are humans on autopilot, relying on habits to navigate the world, or are we fully in control of our lives, actively deciding who we are and who we want to be?
There’s a preference in ChatGPT for finding commonality and agreement – sometimes at the expense of actual argumentation.
Impulsiveness is easier to understand when there are no guarantees.
During the High Holidays, we are asked to be intentional about who we are, how we’ve been, and who we want to be.
God is seen as a parent in the High Holy Day liturgy. And parents know their children – their flaws, their gifts, and even sometimes their actions before they happen.
How many resources should we devote to “longtermist” versus “near-termist” goals?
What do we give away when we compromise our privacy?