Fighting fear with fire is a formula to generate more hate, and we should be using compassion instead. Even if we think they're wrong.
I spent my spring break in Canada.
I know, terrible time to travel, but at the same time, hindsight is 2020. I'll take this as a learning opportunity for the next pandemic -- when people are even whispering about a supervirus, don't book anything.
As humans are slowly being phased out for more effecient and effective machines, the question we must ask ourselves is "how valuable is a human?"
2019 has been an insane year. In March, I met Grandmasters Eric Hansen and Aman Hambleton at the ending of the United States Chess Championships held in St. Louis. What began as a consult turned into an internship, turned into an entry-level graphic design position, turned into the-best-job-I've-ever-had to date. The Canadian-founded brand known as… Continue reading Lots to Tell
Recently, I wrote a short piece for the Saint Louis Chess Club as part of their scholastics program on a few lessons that I've learned from teaching. You can check it out here.