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Gratitude for Trips Down Memory Lane We are grateful that we can derive such pleasure from nostalgic trips down memory lane. Research: Feeling nostalgic is often seen as a sign of depression, but a growing body of research suggests …
Rising above Stereotypes by Kavya Shah Strength is an overrated term; no one truly understands what it means to be strong or resilient.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Six High Ideals "Rosh Ha-Shanah is a time for us to contemplate our highest ideals and our actual behavior. We make amends to ourselves, to one another, and to God for the gap." So writes Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artso…
A Prayer in Support of the Water Protectors This week over 2,000 Water Protectors have traveled from across the United States, Mexico, and Canada to gather with frontline Indigenous leaders for a historic, three-day Treaty People Gathering in…
Remembering James H. Cone James H. Cone, The Bill and Judith Moyers Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Seminary in New York, died April 28 in Manhattan at the age of 79. Here is his obituary in The New Y…
Death of Novelist Robert Stone In his brilliant and troubling 1981 novel A Flag For Sunrise, Robert Stone wrote: "It's the worst thing in the world when people turn you around because you're something else than them." We can reme…
The Universal Reach of Character Development KIP charter schools are offering teachers, children, and parents pragmatic and adventuresome ways to talk about and develop character. Their approach is based on the research of Dr. Martin Seligman …