Our amazing friend, guest contributor Cheryl Farrell, writes on the theme of peace by way of a Christmas song.
In her powerful personal story, guest contributor Cheryl Farrell defines courage as the answer to a calling or as she so adeptly puts it “Courage found me.”
Our incredible guest contributor, Cheryl Farrell, writes on the theme of movement in her protracted experience with alopecia
Guest contributor Cheryl Farrell shares with us an article about beauty in an unexpected mermaid
Cheryl Farrell shares an intimate story of her past and how her imagination gave her the dreams that kept her going.
Our Guest contributor Cheryl Farrell writes on the theme of “play” by examining a famous work of The Bard and how we can explore the idea of “asides” in our own lives.
Cheryl Farrell writes a profound lament responding to gun violence.
In her poignant article, Cheryl Farrell writes about the power of sharing our stories to make human connections – something that is so deeply important, especially right now.
With a belief that one can always do more, The Doe Fund addresses social injustice & provides men in NYC work opportunities & services to help individuals achieve self-sufficiency.
Jean Trebek shares an interview with the President of the International Medical Corps who serves the world’s most vulnerable people.
Jean and Patti visit an event at the NoHo Home Alliance in North Hollywood to see first hand how volunteers are turning the tide on homelessness.
Cheryl Farrell shares a beautiful letter to her younger self that sheds light on the perspective that time and life gives us to know we are perfect just as we are.
Cheryl Farrell offers three steps to getting through transitions, by sharing a story of her relative and the help offered the unhoused in Hope Of The Valley Tiny Homes.
Cheryl Farrell poses some very challenging questions about Truth and the Consequences for not always being truthful.
When a long time friendship cracks, Cheryl Farrell learns the difference between boundaries and barricades to heal her hurt.
Even though there are many times that we all need need help, actually asking for it can be challenging. Cheryl Farrell asks us to open up, be an asker and be a helper.
The Power of Hope the Noun is truly a life saver as the mother of Black children, Cheryl Farrell, processes rampant social injustices. A powerful must read…
DonorsChoose Founder & CEO, Charles Best, talks about his amazing crowdfunding site that gives teachers direct classroom help by connecting the Public to Public Schools
So many dates in American history leave indelible marks on us. In her article, “Where were you when..?”, Cheryl Farrell asks us to look at the idea of freedom and January 6, 2021.
Is it really that hard to reimagine how to quench everyone’s thirst without using hundreds of one-use plastic bottles? Tips for going plastic-free!