Albert Camus explains how happiness is found in the continuous search for meaning in life.

BY: ADRIAN SMITH “There’s no referee for life,” a friend told me as he laughed at the bad luck I was having that week, “there’s no one standing there seeing to it that everything you do, good or bad, balances…

High school sweethearts-turned-vagabonds found the meaning of life by picking fruit

BY: BEN SCHUYLER AND DANIEL VOLLAND We were roommates when we decided to set out across the American West this summer for our project, When the Road is Home, never dreaming of all the places we would explore or the…

How to spot the difference between a tourist and a traveller

BY: JESSICA BEUKER It’s very easy to spot the differences between a tourist and a traveller. A tourist stands out; fanny pack, I heart NY T-shirt, head buried in a map or admiring the view through the lens of a…

Before he died, Van Gogh wrote a letter to his brother explaining how a true artist must live

BY: MATTHEW CHIN At 37, Van Gogh shot himself and died in his brother’s arms, but before his death, he struggled with philosophical concepts of identity, purpose, and searching for a moral compass. His art became his outlet to find…

22-year-old Hunter S. Thompson tells you the meaning of life

When Hunter S. Thompson was 22 years old, he was contacted by a friend looking for advice on the meaning of life. His response was bizarrely profound, especially for his age, packing the punch of a heavyweight philosopher or seasoned-author.…