I am Harmony T. from Trenton, New Jersey. I am a graduate student at Arcadia University working towards my masters in International Peace and Conflict Resolution. I have a bachelors degree from Millersville University in anthropology/archaeology and a minor in history.
I’m an avid reader, a soccer fan, a crafter, I greatly enjoy cooking, and am very passionate about anthropology, the environment, and human rights.
I use this blog to discuss various topics that interest me, and this ranges from articles and commentaries on anthropology/archaeology, science, history to religious and philosophical studies, book reviews and papers I’ve written.
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Ethos, Interrupted? The meaning is simply “the state of being”, the inner source, the soul, the mind, and the original essence, that shapes and forms a person. I believe we’ve lost our ethos. We’ve lost touch with nature and with our true selves. The most anecdotal way to phrase the remedy is that we need to “stop and smell the roses”. Socrates said ‘the unexamined life is not worth living’. In order for humanity to survive (and be happy) we need to find ourselves again (as philosophers), we need to rediscover nature (our physical environments & human nature itself), and eventually humility, acceptance, and inner peace will come to a world which is currently almost completely void it.