Tapestry

Why you need to be a Stoic, stop complaining, and hug a stranger

First, professor Massimo Pigliucci shares his secrets of Stoic serenity. Then, want to stop whining? Tapestry meets the man behind the Complaint/Restraint project. Finally, a blind-folded man stands in downtown Toronto. There are two signs at his feet. One reads: "I am a Muslim. I am labelled as a terrorist." The other sign says: "I trust you. Do you trust me? Give me a hug."
The Blind Trust Project
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First, professor Massimo Pigliucci shares his secrets of Stoic serenity. Then, want to stop whining? Tapestry meets the man behind the Complaint/Restraint project. Finally, a blind-folded man stands in downtown Toronto. There are two signs at his feet. One reads: "I am a Muslim. I am labelled as a terrorist." The other sign says: "I trust you. Do you trust me? Give me a hug." 

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