It took a major relationship argument to realize that, while I knew I could go it alone, I really wanted someone else along for the ride. To help. To support. To love me through it.
You do not have control over the government’s actions but you do have control over your actions.
Kimberlie Dykeman talks about six things that keep you weighed down, and why a good shedding helps more than yourself.
Words are important – they effect our community and our environment. Justin Ricklefs shows us how we can use them to be better.
Patrick Sallee talks about facing the reality of his choices, and how he came out better for it on the other side.
To appreciate what you have, sometimes you have to imagine life without it.
To get there–to get to your “dream life” or whatever truly living means to you–it starts with overcoming the hurdles that have or may be holding you back.
As the growing amount of time between sentencing and execution has made redemption claims more plausible, mercy has ironically become more difficult to find.
Sometimes you just have to take a few steps back and appreciate some subtle humor from a Good Man.
Keeping our kids safe is our number one job, right? But kids can learn valuable lessons when we show them how to take risks.
Jesse Kornbluth on the ideas of Shunryu Suzuki, the Zen monk responsible for bringing Zen to America, and how his ideas on Buddhism and Zen developed.
Louise Thayer reflects on how we move through the difficult process of self-discovery.
“In Green Bay, Wisconsin, ten bowling shirts are considered a great wardrobe.” -Greg Koch
Yeah, it’s staged, but Pro Wrestling taught me plenty of valuable life lessons.