It is not easy to tell children about death. But the stories we spin can help light up the darkness

When we think about how we are remembered after death, it may seem that simple words and basic descriptions don’t do us justice. But for terminally ill parents who are on their deathbed, sometimes clear language is best. “My father was an artist. He painted the world he saw. People loved his drawings.” Otherwise, how … Read more

Is politics filling the void in religion?

this is a version atlantic organization The Daily is a newsletter that guides you through the day’s most important stories, helps you discover new ideas, and recommends the best cultures. Register here. This Atlantic Author Helen Lewis, now an atheist, grew up in the Catholic Church. She was once asked if her feminist beliefs as … Read more