Suffering has the ability to teach us, guide us, to strengthen our soul. Acceptance of our wounds transforms our suffering into life lessons.
Of all of the things that you can say to a friend suffering with depression, these three are the best.
“Life is filled with suffering, but it is also filled with many wonders, like the blue sky, the sunshine, the eyes of a baby. They are within us all around us, everywhere, any time.”
Human suffering anywhere concerns men and women everywhere.
Do you believe there’s something noble in suffering? Theresa Byrne did, until she realized how much it was holding her back.
Some believe a man needs to suffer in order to achieve powerful success. Bill Douglas knows this is not the case, and explains why it isn’t.
Hard times empower you to be a better version of yourself.
There are no do-overs so we may as well get the most out of this ride called life –here are five skills that will help you do just that…
How one man found healing in the midst of chronic suffering.
Reckonings episode #7 features Afghanistan war veteran and conscientious objector Brock McIntosh.
Reckonings episode #1 features Neill Franklin, a former Maryland State Police Major, who oversaw 17 drug task forces.
One man’s story of going from not being able to cope with the trauma to being able to breathe and hope for the future.
Reckonings episode #5 Pt. 2 continues with Glenn Loury in a story laced with drugs, sex, politics, and religion.
There are always going to be tough times. Those times are likely filled with both Jealousy and Suffering. This will help navigate those times.—Most of us deal with jealousy in some form, and when it comes up, it’s never pretty.It might be jealousy when your girlfriend seems interested in someone else, or when one of…
Reckonings episode #5 dives into the conscience of prominent black intellectual and economist Glenn Loury.
Reckonings episode #4 features Preston Shipp, a former tough-on-crime prosecutor for the state of Tennessee.