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Stones Of Remembrance In Lithuania
Author, 'We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust'
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
Author, Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive
A Rare Einstein Thought I Hope Never Comes True
Global CEO, Y&R
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
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
Career coach and success strategist
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
How to Torture a Boomer
Coauthor Spirituality of Age
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
Original Ending of Disney's
Reveals the Wedding Gift That the Genie Wanted to Give Aladdin and Jasmine
Entertainment journalist and Walt Disney Company expert
Let's cut to the chase here, folks: If there hadn't been a Robin Williams, there never would have been a Disney's
. 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
Writer, Poet, Interrogator.
From cultural appropriation and media condemnation to the physical brutality and slaughter, Blackness in America, though mirrored globally, is unjustly marked by violence.
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The Flags of Our Fathers
President of A. Larry Ross Communications
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
Professional writer, speaker, and Dallas based philanthropist
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
Lawyer, Writer, Freeholder, Photographer and All Things with Joy
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
Owner, Sandy Malone Weddings & Events
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
Journalist based in New York, NY
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.
Mental Health Expert & Best Selling Author
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
Journalist, Communications Strategist
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
HealthCare Chaplaincy Network; Consultant; Writer; Chaplain
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
Restaurateur, interior and product designer, philanthropist; c...
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
CEO, Lisa M. Dietlin and Associates, Inc., philanthropic advis...
Twelve years ago we were hurt, wounded, scared and maybe even downtrodden, but we were never defeated.
Cyberbullies and Grief
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.
The Questions I Wish I Had Asked
Rabbi Richard A. Block
President, Central Conference of American Rabbis
As the high holy days approach, so early this year, memories of those I have loved and lost coming flooding to mind.
The Date On My Calendar I Couldn't Ignore
Managing Lifestyle Editor, The Huffington Post
It arrives every year, like clockwork. It's the type of day you know all of the people that care about you remember, but you also hope they will forget. There is the idea of going about your business like it's any old day of the year, but that is utterly impossible.
For Those Who Gave All
U.S. Marine; Medal of Honor recipient; Veteran Employment Advo...
Make this Memorial Day weekend meaningful and positive. Take a moment to remember the fallen and celebrate those who still serve. For Those Who Gave All.
Playing For Real: Legendary Philanthropist Kathryn Wasserman Davis
Founder of Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Author...
One of the great philanthropists of our time passed away recently. During Kathryn's long, vital life, she gave millions to promote education, scientific research, and peace. She was my role model and friend, and I miss her already.
Pole Vaulting and Spiritual Knowing
Traveler, speaker, writer
One aim of meditation is to develop inner strength through attention to practice. Practice is to observe and to take the opportunity to transform knowledge into an experience that helps us in our daily life.
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