Author Archives: Luke Ford

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).

WSJ: Mental Resilience Can Help You Through the Coronavirus Pandemic; Here’s How to Build It.

From the WSJ: What can people do to build their own resilience? I have a simple saying: Deal with the bad, turn to the good, take in the good. Take in the good and help it sink in. No matter … Continue reading

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Malcolm Turnbull: A Bigger Picture

Here are some highlights from the autobiography of the former Australian Prime Minister: * only 7 per cent of Australia is above 600 metres, as compared with 45 per cent of the United States. Another factor is our volatile and … Continue reading

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The Primary Source Of Dissatisfaction For My Viewers Is… (7-12-20)

The Primary Source Of Dissatisfaction For My Viewers Is… (7-12-20) https://t.co/i4oVyrAsDr — (((Luke Ford))) (@lukeford) July 12, 2020 Purity Spiraling On The Right (7-13-20) https://t.co/nxsuYIiIEQ — (((Luke Ford))) (@lukeford) July 13, 2020

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Steve Sailer: Scott Alexander Was Right to Fear Doxing After All: CNN Doxes a Tucker Carlson Writer

This was not doxxing. Doxxing refers to revealing a home address or personal details that a person wants to hide. This Tucker Carlson writer Blake Neff “doxxed” himself. He published ugly stuff online after publicy boasting for years about how … Continue reading

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Is It Your Place?

In the early years of my conversion to Judaism (1994-1995), when I was filled with enthusiasm and ready to tell off other Jews for doing Judaism wrong, Dennis Prager would sometimes say to me, “Is it your place to do … Continue reading

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