What happens when the mind takes creative control?
Words as unpleasant to write as they are to hear…
When his disability seems too much in the face of war, a young man finds a way to get himself and his family out of Syria.
A Florida football player proves the human heart is stronger than anything the eyes can see when he has lunch with an autistic boy.
WWE Hall of Famer, Mick Foley, is a true class act.
Olympian Piotr Malachowski announces he’s selling his most recent prized posession to do his part to save a little boy dying from cancer.
A father’s love for his disabled son is put on display in the best way possible.
Psychologist Julius Gaines suffered a stroke after spending his career serving his community. Now, he’s getting a little help in return.
For Mary Johnson, meeting the man who murdered her son was part of letting him go.
In an emotionally honest Facebook post, actor Patton Oswalt describes what his life has been like three months after his wife’s unexpected death.
With the Democratic and Republican National Conventions in the history books, Erin Kelly ponders America’s responsibility to elect the next US President.
A young Guatemalan’s story of survival is taking social media by storm, and for good reason.
A disabled comedian proves disability doesn’t have to be as strange as some might think.
A day in the life of a service dog.
One man’s experiences with cerebral palsy as a boy are inspiring him to change the world as he sees it–for himself and the global disabled community.
In the midst of America’s healing, Alton Sterling’s death should be a call to action to think less about statistics and more about the quality of life.