Social Justice editor Wilhelm Cortez finally comes clean about his travel addiction.
Peter LaBerge writes tenderly about his grandfather and the mysterious powers that young boys sometimes attribute to their elders.
In his commencement speech at the University of Texas-Austin, U.S. Navy Admiral William H. McRaven gives some unusual – an unusually inspirational – advice for all of us.
Seth Burleigh asked some fellow fathers, “At what point am I no longer a new dad?” The insights surprised him.
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks that when stuff all starts to hit the fan that you can check out and give up. Or…you can do something else entirely.
This Comment of the Day was by Cornelius Walker on the post Are Victims Obligated to Tell Their Stories a Certain Way?
Captain Bill Simpson, aka The Nautical Prepper, gives advice and resources to prepare yourself for a variety of potential emergencies—from everyday occurrences to doomsday scenarios.
Scott McIntyre reflects on his diagnosis and what it’s like to live with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Capt. William E. Simpson, well-known ‘prepper’, gives some examples of how the best prepared in an emergency situation or disaster have training, experience, and moral courage.
Tim O’Connor examines how Jason Dufner’s PGA Championship victory proved once again that to win spectacularly at most anything, you had to have failed spectacularly.
Craig Playstead tries hard to “be in the moment”. But for that, you need to have presence of mind. And sometimes that seems like…well…never.
Atalwin Pilon remembers seeing his father just three times in his life. And yet, his dad was an integral part of Atalwin’s journey for inner peace and balance.
These are comments by Gint, Krissy, and Bonnie on the post “Should You Tell Your Girlfriend, Wife, Partner, Family and Friends that You’re Suffering with Mental Illness?”
Now that your kids are home from camp and headed back to school, Christopher Britton has some suggestions for how they can take what they learned at camp and apply it to their school year.
Take your kids to the grocery store, and keep the video games at home.
Former juvenile prisoners found the capacity to change and now try to extend change into their community.
So you’re sad all the time and don’t want to do stuff. It’s actually way more complicated than that. And you are not alone.
Here’s what happens when you find the right relationship.
Some went willingly, some went reluctantly, some signed up their horses. The volunteer soldiers of World War I.
Revelations about the prosecution of Jabbar Collins, who served 15 years for a murder he did not commit, helped to bring down longtime Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes.
Listening – really listening – can sometimes make all the difference.
One warm winter evening on the Upper West Side, Thomas Fiffer reached out and touched a stranger’s life.
Visit the site, sign up and kick-off your football season the right way! Alex Yarde has the details!
What happens when a teenage boy is told that a breastfeeding mom is grossing people out in a Starbucks? Probably not what you think.
Love comes in many forms: Stacey Connor shares a moment of her day on how the little things are sometimes the most powerful.
Charlie Glickman explains why assuming the position of “not like other guys” creates more problems than good.
The power of one, a few and many to do the right thing and fight for equality, fairness and a just society is an awesome force for change and for good