de Botton, Nepo, and Stone reveal their truths.
Mate, Gerson, and Wraeththu on the pains of pain.
Pearson, Browning, and Bernstein and…love.
de Botton, Goldberg, and Turnbull share with us the views of their landscapes.
Coelho, Freese, and de Saint-Exupery on the different colors of explanations.
Austen, Braman, and Herring and their very different takes on what it means to be persistent.
Coelho, de Botton, and Rayle touch on the topic of travel.
Alcott, Godin, and the mighty Vonnegut shed some like on the makeup of mistakes.
Coelho, Maasoom, and Nepo broach the infinite topic of death.
Gerson, Herring, and Goldberg write about writing.
Benanav, Stone & Parker, and Tagore talk about the impact language has on culture, separation, and literature.
Herring, Durstin and Stone & Parker take us on a journey of choosing the right path.
Head, Sass and O’Conner tell it like it is when it comes to rules.
Tagore, Burg & Mann and Maasoom discuss the altering effects of perception.