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Stones Of Remembrance In Lithuania

Ellen Cassedy | Posted 09.12.2016 | World
Ellen Cassedy

There's no doubt that anti-Semitism is alive and well in Lithuania today. Yet an opposite tendency - a desire among Lithuanians to remember and honor the Jewish past - is also plain to see.

The Healing Power Of Retracing Your Steps

Allison Gilbert | Posted 08.01.2016 | Healthy Living
Allison Gilbert

Have you ever heard "These Foolish Things"? The song recounts a long list of sights, sounds, and objects that conjure up memories of loved ones. Take ...

Memorial Day: It Is All About Honoring and Remembering

Dorian de Wind | Posted 05.27.2016 | Impact
Dorian de Wind

This is the ninth Memorial Day in a row that I have the privilege and opportunity to write a few words honoring the men and women who have given it al...

Remembering the 9/11 Story Beyond the Zadroga Bill

Dr. Benjamin J. Luft | Posted 01.15.2017 | Impact
Dr. Benjamin J. Luft

As our nation and the world wrestle with how acts of terrorism are insidiously impacting our way of life and grapple with how to shape the contours of...

Touching the Past

Jack Woodville London | Posted 11.04.2016 | World
Jack Woodville London

Touching the past is important in order to understand from whence we came and who we are. Web-based ancestral searches and government data bases put at our fingertips the quest for names and places.

Remembering Jewish Names in Lithuania

Ellen Cassedy | Posted 09.18.2016 | Religion
Ellen Cassedy

This week, in a land where Jewish culture once flowered, people are joining together to remember Jewish lives lost in the Holocaust. The week of September 21, officially designated as the "Days of Remembrance of the Genocide of Lithuanian Jews," marks the 72nd anniversary of the liquidation of the Vilna ghetto.

A Rare Einstein Thought I Hope Never Comes True

David Sable | Posted 09.14.2016 | Business
David Sable

In a world where social and sharing are automatically thought of as digital...where liking has no emotional component and where experiences are often assumed to be digital - I worry that we are losing our ability to affect life as we should.

Film Classics 101: Hiroshima Mon Amour

Christopher Atamian | Posted 05.16.2016 | Arts
Christopher Atamian

Rarely have text and image united to form such cinematic perfection as in Alain Resnais' 1959 classic Hiroshima Mon Amour. A poetic duet of sight and sound, this remarkably intelligent film remains a heartfelt ode to love and loss and to the triumph of memory over forgetting.

A Remembrance of Reverend Robert Schuller

Adele Scheele | Posted 06.06.2015 | Fifty
Adele Scheele

The Reverend Robert Schuyler telephoned me following my "American Dream" segment on "Good Morning America" in the mid-1980's to invite me to guest on his "Hour of Power," the most popular televised Sunday service.

Journalists Remember New York Times Columnist David Carr

The Huffington Post | Jackson Connor | Posted 02.13.2015 | Media

On Friday, journalists, colleagues and friends continued to pay tribute to David Carr, the beloved New York Times media columnist who died Thursday ni...

How to Torture a Boomer

Carol Orsborn | Posted 01.20.2015 | Fifty
Carol Orsborn

God forbid that you should take whatever spare time you can muster to do something nurturing for yourself, enjoy the present moment or do something just for fun.

Beloved Dad's Memory Lives On Through Special Message In A Bottle From His Family

The Huffington Post | Alena Hall | Posted 09.15.2014 | Good News

This fisherman's soul will forever remain at sea, thanks to a special message in a bottle created by his family. When California native Melvin Stan...

Original Ending of Disney's Aladdin Reveals the Wedding Gift That the Genie Wanted to Give Aladdin and Jasmine

Jim Hill | Posted 10.15.2014 | Entertainment
Jim Hill

Let's cut to the chase here, folks: If there hadn't been a Robin Williams, there never would have been a Disney's Aladdin. Don't believe me? Then check out this excerpt from the screenplay for this animated classic.

End the Open Season: On Black Folks, Violence and Remembrance

Jay Dodd | Posted 10.11.2014 | Black Voices
Jay Dodd

From cultural appropriation and media condemnation to the physical brutality and slaughter, Blackness in America, though mirrored globally, is unjustly marked by violence.

The Flags of Our Fathers

Larry Ross | Posted 08.30.2014 | Religion
Larry Ross

For my dad, a soldier of Christ, the Cross was his Statue of Liberty, with power to set the captives free, and the day we said goodbye was his Independence Day for eternity.

A Fatherless Father's Day

Michelle Hanson | Posted 08.11.2014 | Women
Michelle Hanson

I have passed the rows of Father's Day cards when shopping for weeks now. It's like a knife to my heart every time.

Memorial Day in Corregidor

Melissa DeCastro | Posted 07.12.2014 | World
Melissa DeCastro

With Memorial Day on the calendar's horizon, it seems fitting to discuss an island which was critical to the allies in the East during World War II. Corregidor is a historic treasure of the Philippines.

Ideas for Ways to Remember Dead Relatives at Your Wedding Without Totally Creeping Out Your Guests

Sandy Malone | Posted 04.07.2014 | Weddings
Sandy Malone

There are lots of other ways to acknowledge those who aren't with you on your wedding day without dressing out a whole team at your ceremony. First, there is a right way to do it, and then there is a wrong way to do it.

A Tree Grows in Mumbai

Padmini Parthasarathy | Posted 02.24.2014 | Religion
Padmini Parthasarathy

I was raised an American Hindu who feels more nostalgia for December pine in New York than October sulfur in Mumbai. I didn't think I would see a Christmas tree this year. And this one was startlingly alive, outside, swaying between private mourning and public celebration.

Newtown Tragedy: The Bell Not Tolled

Dr. Gregory Jantz, Ph.D. | Posted 02.19.2014 | Crime
Dr. Gregory Jantz, Ph.D.

On October 25, 2013, that demolition began, with one headline announcing, "No trace of Sandy Hook Elementary will be left." There is very little trace of Nancy Lanza left in coverage a year later.

Thank You, Nelson Mandela

Sue Pleming | Posted 02.08.2014 | Impact
Sue Pleming

Growing up in South Africa in the 1970s and '80s, images of Mandela were banned and the apartheid government made it illegal to publish any of his words. The few pictures I did see were grainy or a censor's black bar was pasted across Mandela's face. He was a man of mystery.

Providing Care to Bereaved Parents During Infant and Child Death Awareness Month

The Rev. Sue Wintz | Posted 01.23.2014 | Healthy Living
The Rev. Sue Wintz

We all have the opportunity during October and November to provide much-needed care to bereaved parents and family members. Being aware of the potential impact of "forever grief" is the first important step.

Due North: The Imprint of Our Mothers -- And Others in Our Lives September 29, 2013, Remembering My Mother

Barbara Lazaroff | Posted 11.27.2013 | Healthy Living
Barbara Lazaroff

My mother was my due north, my compass in all things, my greatest cheerleader, my partner in mischief, the champion of my dreams, knowing when to advise and when to remain silent. She gave me permission to soar and was the proverbial "wind beneath my wings."

Making a Difference: The World of Giving - Remembering 9/11

Lisa M. Dietlin | Posted 11.11.2013 | Impact
Lisa M. Dietlin

Twelve years ago we were hurt, wounded, scared and maybe even downtrodden, but we were never defeated.

Cyberbullies and Grief

Rev. Amy Ziettlow | Posted 10.21.2013 | Religion
Rev. Amy Ziettlow

RIP trolls claim that they are mocking "grief tourism," which they define as saccharine outpourings of grief. Yet to those who experience this kind of trolling it inspires disgust and deep sadness.