People don’t have to be nice. If we can be grateful when they are, we can start being nicer.
Pastor Anthony S. Davis believes it’s time for the church to become real and relevant so black men can realize that Jesus is not a hustle.
At times, we all find ourselves soul searching. Dave Kanegis offers a “Mind Acrobatics” exercise to help us maximize the benefit of reflection.
When it seems there’s nothing but bad news, and the only choice is to hide under the bed or just stop caring, try Mr. Miyagi’s advice.
How joining more than ONE million people in more than 135 countries in the ONE Initiative can transform your life, and possibly the world.
In life, we can often get caught up the motions and forget what we’re doing. Josh Eferighe offers us two answers as to how to fix this.
Forgiveness is a choice many never make due to not understanding that blame is self-harm, while forgiveness is the highest act of self-love.
Lodro Rinzler has a new take on the question every kid is asked: What do you want to be when you grow up?
It took a while, but last fall Thomas Fiffer—who witnessed the Twin Towers exploding—finally made peace with the past and moved on.
Jack Ryan hopes by sharing his story other teens who are contemplating suicide to know they are not alone.
Life moves pretty fast. Leo Babauta offers you a minute to catch your breath.
Adrian Millar reflects on Robin Williams as a symbol of our own unavoidable vulnerability.
We’ve often been told to hold onto time, but how do we do that? Steve O’Neill shares.
Steve O’Neill demonstrates to us how even the smallest of measures can sometimes be the most powerful.
Dr. Carey Andrew-Jaja of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center carries on the tradition of singing to newborn babies passed down to him by one of his predecessors.
What does compassion mean to you and how does it show up in your daily life?