Twisting yourself into a pretzel to please others means you never get to know the one who’s really important—yourself.
People from all walks of life are joining together in innovative, heart-centered ways to address the planet’s deep-rooted problems.
In light of his recent passing, we share Dr. Wayne Dyer's thoughts on heaven as a state of mind, not a location.
Couchsurfing—sleeping on someone’s couch or spare bed located via member Internet postings—results in in-depth travel experiences that can’t be found in a guidebook.
In our device-laden world, we’re passing up the enjoyment of chatting with people we don’t know.
The word “freedom” in many national anthems demonstrates how deeply humanity yearns to be free from scarcity and limitations, from whatever prevents us from living in truth.
To build loving communities, we need only to locate and engage the talents right in our midst.
Surviving a disease or crisis is something to be proud of, but we aren’t honoring the whole of who we are if it’s the primary way we identify our self.
The Biodome desert experiment proved that trees need the challenge of strong winds to grow tall. What’s the lesson for us?
Bad “seeds” can easily be dropped into our mind-garden, so we must exercise wise care in what we allow into consciousness.