They do a lot for our kids—It’s time to return the favor.
Joe Doe’s ninth task is about recognizing that we are more fortunate than we generally think we are.
Can you walk the line between helicopter parent and no-show parent?
Embed from Getty Images Dr. King wasn’t “just” a pastor, and Ghandi wasn’t “just” a lawyer. You’re never “just” a person, unless you decide that’s all you care to be. — Sometimes I watch the news, or on a rare occasion I pick up a newspaper, and it seems as if our world is falling apart.…
Studies indicate that this one choice reduces mortality rates by 22 percent and reduces depression as well.
Should I feel good about myself? After all, I was going home to eat from my refrigerator and sleep in my bed while those poor souls were back on the street.
Steelers fans know Charlie Batch as the steadfast presence on the sidelines, ready to fill in for Big Ben on a moment’s notice. There is much more to the longtime Steelers back-up QB, though.
“Let me win, but if I cannot win let me be brave in the attempt.”
Patrick Sallee looks at where we need to improve ourselves if we want to make a difference.
Ken Goldstein shares with us a video and story emphasizing the good that comes from foster care and adoption. He encourages us to share this movement.
Alexander Lowe shares why volunteering is the gift of giving, not just to others, but to ourselves.
Travel to explore new cultures will change your life. Here’s a social entrepreneur using it to build leadership.
You are a SOCIAL animal. So why accept social mediocrity?
Would you like fingerprints or a DNA Sample? JJ Vincent talks about the fear of men as predators.
Teen years bring enough turmoil. Imagine also being severely autistic.
How our mass consumption consumes our service to others.