Each year during this time, many cultures around the world celebrate an occasion of forgiveness.
Collective prayer and meditation has always fascinated me. Their potential powers most have yet to embrace and appreciate.
I've come to recognize the difference between "extrinsic" values and "intrinsic" values. Simply put, an extrinsic value is something that you've been taught to want.
When we can accept and make peace with ourselves, so society also transforms--every change that each of us makes creates a chain reaction that benefits all.
It's the rare person that has never felt pain or had tragedy touch their lives. And anyone that's come out on the other side has something valuable to say that others can benefit from.
Phillip Haid, of Public Inc., has fresh approach to changing the world. His interview may inspire you to "create, innovate, take risks and push the public good sector."
Researchers confirm that hope plays a potent role in giving a person a measurable advantage in life, in bearing up and staying healthy and vital.
Is it not time to make kindness cool, to make consideration and caring hot topics? We've already proven that war does not work, that fighting and killing never has a happy ending.
Except those who are suffering from some form of radical fixations, psychopathology, trauma, personality disorders, or those who are simply uninformed...
It's important to find pathways for maintaining psychological health and resilience during these times -- through what I call the "Inside-Out" life.
It's the third annual SOCAP conference. And it's based on a world-changing idea: that the private sector can help us solve the social and environmental challenges we face.
What a relief to be able to hear these calm yet fully awake voices in a world seemingly gone mad.
In Steven's wake, an amazing thing has been happening! I've been hearing from flight attendants that many passengers are actually looking them straight in the eyes--for the first time in years.
Six participants, racing in two teams of three people, were the first homeless women and men from St. Vincent de Paul Village to join in the triathlon.
I could not imagine doing anything else with my life now other than being a public servant in some form or fashion.
Even freedom of thought, as Hypatia tragically found out, is sometimes difficult to exercise. Striking a balance between freedom and responsibility is no easy task.