For all of you that have been diagnosed with depression or anxiety, I just wanted to say I’m sorry for “wellsplaining” you.
With the definition of manhood constantly evolving, GMP wants to know: What life lessons or experiences truly turn a boy into a man? — It’s long been said that it’s a man’s world–that one can tell a lot about a man by the way he treats his mother or his dog. The very definition of manhood has relied on […]
Accept light, sound and physical molecules. Accept this moment, without craving something else, or avoiding what’s there.
Leo Babauta asks, Are you willing to make the most of the opportunities of this moment, of being human?
When it comes to changing habits, we know what doesn’t work. So what does work?
Words are powerful. They trigger us and have an impact on how we react, how we feel and what we do in response. The words you use in your own mind to tell yourself what’s right or wrong are just as powerful as those someone else might say to you. Watch your words and tame the voices — you have the control to do it.
We’re the Gods of This Day, and we have the power to make today one of the most amazing days ever.
A Baltimore man gave a life-changing gift to the daughter of a stranger he met at the park.
A viral video of a homeless veteran smashes stereotypes and results in a well-deserved chance for a new life.
Each week, Joe posts a new task in his quest for redemption and enlightenment.
Matthew Rozsa explains why it’s so important to go on completely non-productive vacations.
Are you feeling lost, numb or adrift? These two steps may help right the ship.
With bombs exploding around him, this brave cellist honored his city’s gunned-down residents and national treasures.
Boston combats skin cancer with new, free sunscreen dispensers — at no cost to taxpayers, either.
Bottle of red, bottle of white? How about pink? Isaac Baker is here to guide us toward the right glass. — Sure, a glass of rosé may not sound like the go-to choice of adult beverages. But if you’re passing on pink wine, you’re missing out. Wait!—you may object—I don’t want to drink sweet swill! […]
A Colorado police officer comforted a toddler by singing after her family’s fatal car crash.