Chris Forte on yoga, running, and building a strong body and spirit.
Chris Forte speculates on President Obama’s relationship with God and health.
Somewhere along the way, most boys are taught to shut off a part of themselves. That needs to change.
When Steve Austin was sexually abused as a little boy, his parents told no one, and turned to prayer. For years he railed at this injustice and others he found in the church. Finally, he made peace with what he learned from his faith, and forgave what he did not get.
What happens when we commit to something larger than ourself—a creation or endeavor that shares the soul in a meaningful way?
Steven Lake expounds on the unexpected virtues of dining out with your loved one. It can be a relationship saver.
What if washing the dishes became a simple gesture of conscious relationship with place, and mindfulness of the planet?
Somewhere deep inside, your wild, authentic soul is whispering to you. Are you listening?
How does being a man relate to having a tender, compassionate heart?
The notion that the soul of gay people is somehow different, or special, perpetuates a focus on our differences rather than how we are really the same.
Ignoring this vital source of life has caused a lot of pain and distress for many people. Making peace with it, though, can open you up to deep wells of pleasure.
Dr. Steve gives a tongue-in-cheek look at why giving 100% in your relationship is a waste of time and of effort.
When a person feels disturbed in some way, they usually desire a deeper human and spiritual connection. The question becomes: Is it even possible to have that connection?
Joe Doe shares the therapeutic way he painted his way out of a funk and freed his soul. — TASK #40 By the Numbers Art, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere. G.K. Chesterton One day I woke up and sat on the edge of the bed. I was in a bad place. […]