Philip Murphy found a sure fire way to build character. He became a single dad. Here is how it changed him. — In 2012, I found myself responsible for a tiny human being. For various reasons, my child’s mother was in and out of the picture and I found myself nearly completely responsible for […]
Ramsey Marshall reflects on a long-lost quality that’s desperately needed today.
Theresa Byrne recalls a valuable lesson: “You can tell the character of someone based on how they treat the person least important to them.” ___ Where can we look for examples of character? Can we recognize character when we see it? Kent Sanders, writer and creative coach, wrote a terrific article about subtle clues we can use […]
How you speak to people reveals who you really are.
Lee Peyton sees a shift away from community values and a time when people stood by their word.
A dad who has successfully raised his three sons outlines the four criteria he feels are important for a young person to be successful in life. Here they are.
Connie K. Grier shares 10 ways parents of boys can help their sons to grow with grace.
Justin Ricklefs’ Life Lessons from Sports
Gint Aras has always been a football fan. But he can no longer associate himself with that culture.
When everything else seems like a lost cause, remember these two things.
Jordan Gray says that drive, spontaneity, and vulnerability attract women more than money or flashy cars ever will.
Let’s be unique people who have chosen to be increasingly resilient, empathic, kind and good. More faithful and wise, today, than yesterday. And better tomorrow than today.
Steve Edwards wants you to know that thinking about your life as a story will tell you way more about your personality than any online quiz ever could.