If we can curb the desire to hold on to the negative moments, one at a time, we can realize just how good life can be.
What was the belief, movement, person, or group you moved on from that made you who you are?
James Mapes wants you to question the fundamentals.
It comes down to a simple choice. With few exceptions, mindset can overcome physical, mental and emotional disability.
In wake of the recent tragedies this country has endured, faith can get a little tough.
When religion and politics combine, at least one group gets left out of democracy. You’re fine with that, you say? What if it’s your group who’s out?
As a person, parent, adult, or worker–what don’t you believe in, hold to, or trust anymore?
Education, jobs, jails—and a Satanist agenda?
What did you do when your dream failed?
You may say that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not.
The good the bad and the ugly. Steven Lake explores two years of thinking and writing about relationships – often his own.
The new year can be a time of excitement and hope or frustration and despair. Mike Berry finds five ways to stay positive.
Thomas Fiffer offers a new approach to starting the new year.
Can tolerance and global religion coincide in Middle Eastern countries? Zeynab Ladak examines this question with open eyes.
Steve Horsmon reveals a missing link for many men who are struggling in their marriage.
Erin Kelly examines the unexpected spark that led to a British toy company’s bold decision to manufacture a line of dolls with disabilities.