Most people fail to appreciate the fresh opportunity that each day brings them. Their programming requires them to snort derisively at concepts like the one above. After all, the systems of this world are built upon the assumption that mankind is wea
Roughly 98% of us have a deep-rooted connection to morality. Even confirmed criminals routinely say things like, "That ain't right," which is purely a moral judgment. However well or poorly we use it, nearly all of us hold morality as a central
Religious people get an unfairly bad rap these days, so I want to start by defending them. My purpose here is not to slam religious people, but to show that religion doesn't adequately represent Jesus.
"I encourage you to find a new friend," the first lady told the children. "Ask them what they like, what their hobbies are, so nobody becomes sad or stressed and everybody feels included."
Why do those of us who distrust the state do so? Is it because having read the writings of others who embraced ideas of peace, liberty, and individualism helped focus our thinking? But why did we favor John Locke and John Stuart Mill over Thomas Hobb
As one of the BLM spoke on stage about on concerns and more some cheered and some booed but unexpectedly some of the pro-trump rally members came together with BLM as one, spoke to each other, hugged it out and took pictures with one another to make
The two obvious ways of response to a hostile or violent situation are first, aggression or second, submission. Christ's way is neither: it is a third way worthy of consideration and never more relevant in the situation we face today.
The nurse went one step further by taking to Facebook to find another woman who could feed the boy once he was discharged. The post accumulated over 1,000 responses and offers of help poured in. Eventually, another of Yaman's aunts ended up volunte
Yesterday, March 1, 2017, was my father's 110th birthday anniversary. Dad was born March 1, 1907--the same year that "The Duke" John Wayne was born. The 6'4" Duke passed away in 1979; my 5'6" father passed away in 1993.
I keep waiting to encounter the "kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasant" Christmastime environment that Charles Dickens describes in A Christmas Carol: "when men and women seem by one consent to open their shut-up hearts freely, and to think of
"She walked out and tried to offer me some money, but I told her I couldn't accept that because it's apart of my job to protect and serve so she asked me would I accept a hug and I told her I would do that. The moral of the story is if we would
The founder of Gravity Payments took a $70K pay cut to ensure all employees could receive higher wages. Recently, they surprised him with a Tesla as a 'thank you'.
Muslims and Catholics joined together to honor Father Hamel, 85, who was recently murdered by ISIS terrorists.
What was intended to be a Black Lives Protest turned into a mega gathering of activists and police on Sunday after protestors and officers agreed to come together for a community event.
Those of us who have seen beyond the noise and confusion of the present world system tend to become urgent about other people seeing the same things. And while this impulse may be understandable, it's not realistic. By refusing to let go of it, we
Law enforcement workers dressed up as superheroes and 'flew' from the terrace into the children's windows, bearing gifts and badges (that say You Are Our Hero)...
Although it is customary to say nice things about a person who has died, Muhammad Ali has been rightly commended for not only his superb boxing career but also his principled opposition to the then-popular Vietnam War.
World Renowned filmmaker George Lucas, known best for his creation of the "Star Wars" series is surprisingly outspoken about social issues.
Liberty Report Host Ron Paul gives a holiday message to the nearly two million people who have watched the Liberty Report this past ten months.
So, let's see: all over America this Sunday, millions of Christians will gather in their churches to celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace.
Individual clergy have distributed aid and set up shelters across Europe while the churches they represent have often struggled to respond to the issue
Robert Waldinger answers these questions with lessons learned from a 75-year-long study of adult life that started in the late 1930s and continues to this day.
Expired parking meters are helping feed the hungry in Kentucky.
"It goes to show that you just have to be kind to each other and that even the smallest gesture can change a life."