inspiring stories

Your letter is not about your ex being a d*ck. If he were a d*ck, you would have stopped thinking about him by now. But you are thinking about him. Almost a year later, and you're reaching out to me, too. You said you shouldn't be thinking about him though. Has someone told you that? Often our friends do.
I can say that many of our daily stresses are actually incredibly simple, incredibly avoidable imaginary stories that we've attached our happiness to. So yes, you still have to fulfill all your daily responsibilities, but while you do, remember that THESE silly stresses are only figments of your imagination...
I love the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, especially the magic of the 1971 original starring Gene Wilder. It's a wonderful tale of dreams coming true and I've watched it many times. And each time I do, one part of it always makes me smile and feel good about life itself.
I was given every form of support and educational resource possible, from counselors to peer mentors. What they didn't tell me is that after cancer, new battles will arise. And I'm sure some survivors won't resonate with a few of these, but for me, I wish someone had warned me...
This is what 17-year-old me was realizing, brave and hopeful. All a person can do is realize your physical presence, from
Imagine: A room full of New York's finest doctors sitting through a university lecture on how storytelling can help them better appreciate and better connect with their patients.
This story started in November 2006 when I released the book Growing Up With Loukoumi. The children's book teaches kids that
A 6-minute audio of the actual conversation can be heard by clicking here. And when someone becomes a way-shower, their level
I first came across the "Share The Word" project in Kathmandu's largest slum. Narrow crooked alleys and crumbling shacks
This is about you falling back in love with your truest, highest, story-and-excuses-less self. Once you focus on only her
You see, the immigration process for legal immigrants can be tough. That's nothing new. However, what's more tragic is the lack of attention to details of some organizations who sign up for the task of educating those who choose to come to the United States. It's not the government's fault. It's people not doing their jobs.
In my role at World of Children Award, I am fortunate enough to hear uplifting, truly amazing stories about real children all over the world. Every day, these stories remind me that there is still so much good in the world.
These are the tidbits of wisdom I've learned from women before me, including my incredible mother who saved my life during and after cancer, and many other teachers, mentors, and friends I've had the privilege of knowing.
The truth is there are more good stories out there than bad stories. We just need a big ole platform to broadcast this. That's why I created Go Inspire Go, so you can go to a place to be inspired and go do something and create change. I believe the more good you see, the more good we will do.
Millions more children around the world are facing a future of uncertain tomorrows. They face physical and emotional violence, attempt to re-build broken lives, or struggle to face another day. Who will bring them light?
"Oh, my God. Are you serious?" That's a reaction I often get when people hear how I accidentally discovered, at the age of twenty, that I was adopted.
Henry Fraser won't let quadriplegia suppress his creative spirit. He's gained social media fame by sketching and painting
Nicky Stansell could have never imagined that the palpable heartbreak and grief she experienced nearly 20 years ago would ultimately lead her to the cherished child who has become the greatest blessing in her life.