Former President Barack Obama put on his Santa hat during a surprise visit to a local children’s hospital.
The most obvious benefit of giving is the benefit it has on others. While there are factors one can take into account to
I have every good reason to count my blessings by having reminders from great teachers and saints and now one remarkable
How are you going to spread the love this Valentine's Day? There are so many opportunities to spread the love on Valentine's
The fundraising efforts were going strong on Christmas Eve at the Seahawks vs. the Arizona Cardinals. 35,000 kids need our
It's now been three months, and we've helped their family find part-time work, translating website copy from English to Arabic, and we learned that they celebrate Christmas and sent them warmth and love in the form of gifts and homemade Christmas cards.
The late 2005 Nobel Laureate Thomas Schelling who passed away at age 95 last week, wrote in a famous essay about "the intimate
For kids to feel compelled to help others, first they have to recognize that their help is actually needed. "But talking
But what they found was strong evidence of a "honeymoon effect." God is watching over you: Are the faithful more likely to
It hurts to admit this, naturally, but the truth is that if I'd been visiting him more frequently, I'd know he has a plethora
Can I tell you a secret? I've used a food bank. I was a single working mom. My daughter was young and I was struggling to make ends meet.
It is partially because of #GivingTuesday and partially because of some creative partners at Boncom, who brought us a "doorbuster
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Aydin echoed the value of this approach: AYDIN: Eli doesn't tell you what to do. He will give you things to keep in mind
Acknowledging the dualism between body and symbol in an awareness of death motivates us to live life to its fullest and to heal the world.
The air was acrid from the smoke of burned garbage. The neighborhood, 30 minutes outside of Athens, was industrial with large factories. The elementary school was surrounded by small, make-shift houses with garbage piled up around them. Small classrooms with bars on its windows surrounded the schoolyard.