A Lesson in Humility

It is easy to get caught up in the world. We shouldn’t need another person’s tragedy to remind us to take a step back and be human.

Shoot First, Progress As A Race Later

This is America. Land of the Free. Home of the Brave. And if you want our guns, you’ll have to come and take them.

How to Raise Boys With Both Courage and Compassion

Christine Walker, mother of four sons, wonders why, in the depths of our subconscious, are we scared to be too nice to our boys?

The Syrian Crisis: In Search of a New Home

In the face of the Syrian Crisis, Allie Doten urges humanity to take charge in protecting each other.

Why the British Air Show Disaster Tells Us it’s Time to Think Differently About War

In the wake of a crash at a British Air Show, Glen Poole wonders about our human propensity to go to war, and the ways in which men have been creating evermore inventive ways both to kill people and save people’s lives.

I Have A Dream: From Martin Luther King to Ellen DeGeneres

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for the fundamentals of man in 1963. Three decades later, Ellen DeGeneres gives a speech that reminds us why they’re still the cornerstones of humanity.

The Columnist and the Commoner: A Story of Kindness and Creativity

A puppeteer meets a retired columnist while doing a demonstration in a park. What happens next paints a picture of humanity in its purest form.

James Harrison: Fighter, Healer and Man with the Golden Arm

This man is considered a saint around the world, but that hasn’t stopped him from giving the most precious gift anyone can give.

The Political Theology of Climate Denial

We have long since answered the question over whether humanity is responsible for climate change, and now we need to figure out how to fix the damage we have wrought.

Common Ground Is Sacred Ground

Ty Phillips helps us push past our differences to the humanity that unites us.

Dueling Identities: A Journey of Purpose

One gay man’s reflective story proves gender is more than just a humanity issue.

Building a Better Society: Survival of Boys in Boarding Schools

Sally Fraser reflects on what led her to become Director of Boarding School Action, an organization for troubled boys.

The Meaning of Life is Ubiquitous

Charlie Scaturro explains why he thinks the meaning of life is ever-present

Why We Should All Just Give Up

Dr. Kelly Flanagan finally gave up on the quest for perfection. What was it that pushed him over the edge?

Honoring the Hero Within Yourself

Heroes are quite important for people to see and hear. Sometimes, though, the hero bubble gets burst and their humanity appears.

A Killer and Humanity

Josh Magill wonders if we can overcome our basic wickedness for something better … friendship.