Sister from another mister. Brother from another mother. The family you choose.
When it comes to describing your friends, those turns of phrase ma...
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That's no small achievement, even if it happens just some of the time. Looking back that may be one of the most satisfying ways by which you measure your life. In that spirit, let's take every opportunity to support others in savoring this holiday.
We've been in the "information age" for a while and I see the post-mindful era as a "wisdom age" -- a time when people are more flexible, caring and in touch with what works and what doesn't in life.
Why do the militant atheists insist on this intellectual dishonesty? Maybe because confrontational language and side-splitting satire help them make their case.
James Fowler, co-author of the new book "Connected," spoke with Stephen Colbert last night about the social networks that we are all part of. He conte...
We followed 1,700 interconnected college students on Facebook. Their profiles listed favorite bands, movies, and authors. But we wondered how their tastes might spread.
What kind of connection can exist invisibly, without people talking to each other, watching how each other behaves, or even knowing about each other's existence?
Friends have the capacity to affect people's tastes, activities, and their lives overall.
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