One of the most beautiful human moments I’ve ever seen.
Good for the Soul co-editor Kevin Macku reflects on the food chain, sunlight and how we can share little blessings with others—because sometimes, it’s the little things that matter most.
Short film made in Thailand for a lingerie company talks about love and reminds us of everyday heroes who we might misjudge. Beautiful.
If any disciple will simply practice kindness, he will soon attain Supreme Perfect Enlightenment.
Because every so often kindness reminds us that it has the power to entirely change a person’s life for the better.
Theologian Mark Bowness used to look for God in church. Then he discovered evidence of the creator in ordinary, everyday events.
On Christmas Night, Sarah Pescosolido had a problem she didn’t think she could solve. Lucky for her, a stranger was happy to help.
Vaughan Granier reminds us that humility is a deep heartfelt gratitude for what one has, free of dominion and free of greed.
Being a do-gooder has it benefits—despite what you may think—and the most rewarding of them all is that priceless feeling in your heart.
Dr. Emma Seppala offers some guidance on how and when to lean into mindfulness during the holiday season.
Christian Bucks, a second-grader at Roundtown Elementary in York, Pennsylvania, decided to take action when he noticed several of his classmates didn’t appear to have anyone to play with at recess. So he decided to acquire a buddy bench for his school.
The first male in his family to attempt college will often find himself pestered about his masculinity.
Carmen M Colon wants her sons to know that giving up their time is a gift. Make sure others are worthy of it.
Marzena Bielecka is concerned that as society embraces “nice guys”, masculinity is getting pushed aside.
Food allergy entertainer and educator Kyle Dine shows us how his boyhood health challenge is now a platform for growth, learning and fun.
One Michigan women shows how irrational voters can be.
Our President, as it turns out, is really f*cking funny. — I don’t know if the President’s or Galinfianaskis’s sarcasm and wit shines more brightly in this interview, but I’ve been close to tears watching.[Read More...]
For a kid in Chicago’s Little Village Neighborhood, the only thing worse than being called a wetback was being called a Brazer. It wasn’t until college that Ray Salazar learned what that word really meant.
Fergus Denhamer wonders if men in midlife are becoming redundant to the women they love?
The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.
Daniel Parmeggiani shares how his neurosis for perfection led him to discover his true innocent nature.
It all started when he and Mary decided to throw a party.
Sometimes a visit to the pub is more than that. It’s a lesson in friendship, craftsmanship, and sincerity.
Our President, as it turns out, is really f*cking funny. — I don’t know if the President’s or Galinfianaskis’s sarcasm and wit shines more brightly in this interview, but I’ve been close to tears watching. Hats off to our President for maintaining such unabashed integrity while being asked these ‘tough questions.’ And many thanks for[Read More...]
Weirdly, at a certain point you often find yourself bragging about how long you’ve gone without rest.
This comment is by Luke Davis on the post I Was That Boy. I Am This Man. I wrote a poem about much the same thing. Its an amazing thing to discover the child you once were is still there and still as awesome as he once was. Where is that boy There is a[Read More...]