The constant terror shows its face unannounced and persistent, sometimes quiet, sometimes roaring.
All articles in The Hydra’s Heads
Why can people just not get over certain events when we all know that time heals all wounds?
What might a society be like if we focus on learning from mistakes and accept imperfection?
The total repression of mortality gives the greed for worldly goods almost infinite space.
To think that every tragedy serves a purpose, relativises other people's suffering and insults with the demand for gratefulness.
On the cost of magical positive thinking for the rest of us.
To the mind of a violent person, meekness equals weakness - and indeed, peace lovers are much too easily silenced.
Trivialities are constantly attracting our attention - at the cost of our power of judgement and ability to think.
We don't forgive failure - and it is hurting each and every one of us.
How we handle the losers of society’s game of distribution shows our collective bad conscience: we simply blank them out.
Vanity would have us trace our resilience to drugs back to decency and sheer willpower - is that really true?
Criminalising drug addicts, thereby closing any possibility to return to normality, is expensive, inappropriate and inhuman.