2020 is ending in a rush and the first thing that suffers in busyness is reflection time – the art of seeing the meaning in our experiences.
The idea that we could tell our heart to do something is strange, but there is merit to the psychological power of self-talk.
In the busyness of the everyday, how can we discern what we should focus on and what really matters in life? Here’s a question that can help.
The streets of Paris are as empty as those of Delhi. Home schooling is a struggle for the parent in Michigan and the one in Sydney alike.
These are testing times. Where will we find the inner resources to cope with the inherent anxieties ahead and rise to consider others? This prayer may help.
According to new research from the University of Derby and the National Trust, people who stop to notice nature experience higher levels of happiness.
A recent survey found one-in-three Millennials want to be famous with some of them willing to sacrifice jobs and relationships to get it.
If yesterday was the shore, today we push out into new waters. What new lands we might find! New relationships and fulfilled dreams could lie ahead.