Documenting this year’s eruption.
A man’s leg has been shattered by heavy lava spatter and a stream of lava from Kilauea volcano has crossed part of a key Hawaii highway.
This time-lapse shows the slow, but unstoppable power of the lava.
In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Darrell Darnell and Jared Easley ask whether a family should take a vacation when the new business is not doing well.
After a failed suicide attempt, Keola Birano realized he needed to embrace his suicidal thoughts. — I feel my world collapsing on me as I stare at a bottle of pain killers. My hands shake uncontrollably as the voices within beg for the pain to end. I grab my pills and try to muster up the courage to take them…
He discovered the key to forgiveness after a suicide attempt ended his church mission and tested his faith.
When he made a mistake in class he learned of the power labels had on his life. — In one motion I shove my classmate across the room. He tumbles over some chairs and lands on his ass. I taunt him to stand up and fight. He looks stunned as I hop around waiting to pounce. My temper…
When a friend admits to suicidal thoughts Keola uses the story of his own failed suicide attempts to save his friend’s life.
He thought gender differences were simple to explain but talking to his five year old helped him realize that’s far from the truth.
There is a language in the beverage and the men we share it with.
Could you fall in love with someone with a history of depression and a suicidal past? This man’s wife did.
Meditating daily as part of his morning routine, Jiro is pairing his passion for adventure with the historically proven benefits of mindfulness.
He did all he could to save his mom but realized you shouldn’t always help people in need. — “F#%k!” There was no better word to describe how I felt at that moment as I sat on my bed feeling dazed and confused while trying to understand what I had just heard. My mother had returned to her abusive relationship with…
A new father’s cry for help inspires Keola to write a letter to all the fathers who struggle with a crying baby.
During hard financial times Keola wonders if his children are losing their childhood.
He lived his life near the ocean, but only on a recent vacation did he uncover the true power of the current in shaping our lives.