Summer Reading Recommendations and More

EDITOR’S NOTE I saw an Agnes Martin painting in person for the first time last month at the Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio. My sisters were with me, and from afar we joked that it was “a painting of nothing.” Up close, however, the painting—entitled “Wind”—is full of detail. Large and square—nearly 6 feetContinue reading “Summer Reading Recommendations and More”

Some Thoughts On How We Think

Editor’s Note The first sentence on the National Institute of Mental Health’s website is: “Mental illnesses are common in the United States.” More than 50 million Americans (one out of every five people) live with a mental health disorder. That’s the same percentage of people who, for example, live in a rural area,Continue reading “Some Thoughts On How We Think”

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