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You can see eternity in a newborn's eyes. flickr:miss pupikmiss pupik Look into these eyes. Even in a picture, you can see eternity looking back...
I know I'm not Superman. I'm just dad. And when she was little, it seemed I could do anything, get her anything, fix anything. Now that she's becoming a woman, a person, she sees the limitations.
Just because someone is psychic, can move energy and do seemingly other-worldly feats does not necessarily mean they are truly spiritual, have integrity or your...
"No one will go to a female general surgeon or urologist," more than one woman resident was told. "Even if you finish the program, you won't be able to make a living." Somehow, thousands of women successfully survived the hazing.
When you are in the "but I love them" space, the main emotion you are using is not actually love but fear: fear of being alone, fear of walking away from something you worked so hard on, fear of having to try to find love again and not finding it.
The feel-good factor is a necessity if we are to go on, if we are to envision a better way of belonging to this world, a more meaningful way of moving forward, less crippled by a state of chronic anxiety.
For decades social psychologists have been developing research strategies to generate the kind of data that Gaby collected during her project. This is the prism through which Gaby's experiment should be viewed.
Every Wednesday is Tip Day, or List Day. This Wednesday: 8 reasons why using Twitter can boost your happiness. I'm a huge fan of...
For the last 10 years, my boy has been busy living life in a post 9/11 world. He hasn't a clue what it was like just a few months before his birth, when the nation and the world stood still in shock and horror while the towers fell and innocents died.
It seems people have reached their capacity to manage data, impacting family, friends, productivity, and even sleep. Algorithmic solutions will in fact expand the problem, creating more undifferentiated data.
I clearly feel no guilt over the loss of Osama bin Laden, and no grief for the loved ones who survive him. I don't even feel guilty for that lack, and this perhaps, should bother me most.
An offensive new Arizona State Senate bill makes an assumption that growing up in a heterosexual household with two married parents is always the best option. In my opinion, the bill misses the point entirely.
The words of Dr. King -- "Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that" -- invite us to a higher calling than seeking "an eye for an eye," for, as he reminded us, if that's what we're about, everyone ends up being blinded.
President Obama tends not to get out in front of image problems. In fact, his analytical leadership style inclines him toward quite the opposite. His...
Y'all know me...I am quick to blame environmental toxic chemicals for almost everything. But here's something you may not know about me...I strongly believe in...
Our stories -- the stories of everyday people -- are more powerful and interesting than the lives of celebrities that clog up our airwaves every day.
Not too long ago, Mom was the norm. She played the role so elegantly, first in pearls opening the door to greet the Beav, then...
You're running so fast and juggling so many balls in the air at once that you're scared you're going to trip and fall flat on...
Bad food is making us and our kids sick. Our food supplies are privately owned by giant corporations, with the profits taking precedence over the very health of our children. It's time to take control.
Why is it easier to love out loud for products, things and places than it is for genuine relationships with people we value? Is it because we assume they already know? Do we get too busy in our own life affairs to take the time to share?