Vol 1. No 4 of the Do Good Things Newsletter takes a look at the Good Work of Project Wayfinder and Purpose-Based Learning.
In 1995, the prolific warbler Neil Young (and members of Pearl Jam) released Mirror Ball. The album featured one of Young’s iconic cries of independence, “I’m the Ocean.” With a chorus declaring the title’s metaphysical conceit and lyrics probing smaller, stranger metaphysical comparisons (eg. “I’m an accident/I was driving way too fast), Young contrasts beingContinue reading “Purpose and the Story We Tell Ourselves: Wayfinding our own Oceans.”