How does being thankful about things in your own life relate to any selfless concern you may have about the well-being of others? A neuroscientist explores the gratitude/altruism connection.
Kieran Revell believes our one wish should be to enrich the lives of others.
A simple solution to various social problems initiated and exacerbated by divisive human behavior is adhering to Luke 6:13.
I harbor no illusions that the words of one Buddhist monk will turn aside the tide of war that seems to be rising. But can we re-invison this cycle of war?
Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin is in the business of dispensing wisdom. As he dug deep into his heart he found three lessons emblazoned on it from his dad. He shares them here.
Proof that nice guys actually finish first!
John Patrick Weiss learned what it was to be a good man from his father, who was a superhero of the everyday variety.
An international student observes a class of people “on the run” from police.
These people are helping to make Philly a great place to live, work and play.
Good Men Project columnist N.C. Harrison discusses the altruistic efforts of Liberian ambulance driver Gordon Kamara, one of the best men he’s ever heard of.
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.
Your $5,000 could save one life in your community but seven lives in Africa. Where would you choose to give? And why?
How can nonprofits best make use of the watered down altruism of slacktivism?
The building blocks of society are its adult citizens. What kind of society do we want to build?
Talk of appearances leads Donald D’Haene to discover his friends’ inner beauty.
It’s hard to be a good man, Michael Doran writes, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try.