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Why Hope Must Fuel Action – The Emotional Spectrum Part 3: Blue

In this third reflection from the Green Lantern comics "Emotional Spectrum," we see how powerful hope is, but how to do any good, it must be pair with purposeful action and will.

My Voyage to Empathy: Psychosis and Star Wars’ Jake Lloyd

Overcoming Fear – The Emotional Spectrum Part 2: Yellow

In this second reflection from the Green Lantern comics "Emotional Spectrum," we see how our own Fear is a powerful, crippling force, and how we can overcome it.

Reflections: Video Games | The Complete LTN Resource List

This resource list compiles insightful articles from Love Thy Nerd, delving into various themes and narratives within popular video games. Each entry explores profound topics such as redemption, joy, obsession, family, faith, and the human condition through the lens of gaming.

The Power Source Behind Our Will – The Emotional Spectrum Part 1: Green

In this first reflection from the Green Lantern comics "Emotional Spectrum," we see how our own Willpower is not enough, and why we need to tap into a larger power source.

Thor: The God of Thunder MCU Watch Order

Radio Matt shares how to follow the Thor story through the MCU timeline, when you don't want to commit to the whole saga.

Artificial Intelligence | The Complete LTN Resource List

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been the buzzword of the decade, and its rapid growth over the last few years has transformed industries, sparked debates, and reshaped our understanding of technology’s capabilities. As AI continues to evolve at a breakneck pace, staying informed and engaged with its developments is more crucial than ever. What better way to dive deep into this fascinating world than through LTN's own podcasts?

Staying Grounded Amidst the NIJISANJI Drama

10 Fan-Favorite WrestleMania Matches

With WrestleMania XL on the way, we're counting down the top 10 'Mania matches that stopped the show.

Drawing Out Fear: Mastery, Legacy, and Service in The Boy and The Heron