As the Rio 2016 and the Games of the XXXI Olympiad come to an end, Twitter has become a major platform for how sporting events, governing bodies and associations, and professional athletes engage and enhance the experience of such spectacles.
When he returned to Chimayó, he brought a small papier mache doll of Santo Niño (Jesus as a Child). He received permission
Landon Vargas, 9, battled cancer for five years.
The teacher asked "if we had a dictionary, a hard-back copy of a dictionary, either with us or at home." I remember answering
When you keep a journal, you can look back and remember how much you have to be thankful for during the times when life doesn't seem to be going your way.
The gift that these gentlemen offer me every day, if only I choose to accept it, is that each day really is a blessing in and of itself. There's always reason to be happy, no matter how we feel, no matter who is or is not in your life, no matter what you do or do not have and so forth.
Is this real life?
"Literally I can't even," said 24-year-old Allie Smith, who works in PR. "First fro-yo has cals, and now this? I die." Moments later, Allie was hit by a bus.
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these daily meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
Yesterday morning I was absorbed in to-do details yakking at me. I thought I was managing the clamor fairly well. But then
HuffPost blogger Scott Dannemiller addressed this topic head on in an article entitled 'The One Thing Christians Should Stop
#Blessed is now one of the most popular trends on our Twitter feeds, but how has the word taken on a new meaning? HuffPost Live talks to charters of our language to see how Twitter is changing the way we use language.
We thought we'd put together our own imagined list of the top 10 most inappropriately dirty ways to shared your #blessings with the world.
Moral of the the sketch: No matter how hard you try to achieve inner peace, there's a good chance the voice in your head
It's simple. Rappers, movie stars, and disgustingly rich civilians with incredible access & privilege would put up photos of themselves doing awesome stuff, and use hashtag #blessed.
While blessings won't feed the hungry or end wars or assuage greed, they can serve as a balm to help make connections beyond what separates us.
We met online. He was from West Virginia; I'm from New Jersey. He was looking for Happily Ever After. I was looking for something to do Saturday nights.
I'd like us to realize that keeping Christ in Christmas has nothing to do with what others choose to do, and everything to do with who we choose to be.