The idea that we could tell our heart to do something is strange, but there is merit to the psychological power of self-talk.
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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.
According to new research from the University of Derby and the National Trust, people who stop to notice nature experience higher levels of happiness.
Cateura is a small slum in Paraguay, South America, built on a garbage tip. But from these conditions something beautiful has emerged – an orchestra.
Diana is a hair stylist and public health advocate. Chestnut hair, warm smile and caring towards others. She’s also a five-time suicide attempt survivor.
For most of us the phrase ‘caring profession’ probably brings to mind jobs like nursing, teaching and social work. But this list is far too small.
Some embrace the single life with joy, others don’t. Society and church can send mixed messages about it. It’s time to rethink our attitude to singleness.
Busyness is a bully at the best of times, wanting the playground to itself, but this bully becomes a tyrant when it teams up with comparison.
One of the most impacting discoveries I made was that the trials of life can release our greatest gifts into the world when we marry them with our talents.
John Smith, legendary Australian minister, commentator, activist and founder of the God’s Squad Motorcycle Club has died after a long battle with cancer.