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.”
Kate Fuglei offers stories of different people expressing all kinds of courage, including a personal glimpse into her son’s own bravery.
Our incredible guest contributor, Cheryl Farrell, writes on the theme of movement in her protracted experience with alopecia
Kate Fuglei gives us glimpses into the shifting of days and what has caught her eye in movement of life.
Guest contributor Cheryl Farrell shares with us an article about beauty in an unexpected mermaid
Kate Fuglei writes of the beauty and grandeur of the Brooklyn Bridge, giving us a moment and perspective on life in New York City.
Kate Fuglei’s lovely article expresses the connections we make with our grander selves and others through our imagination.
Rachel Marie’s incredibly honest and compelling story of her experience of facing intense bigotry and how her young self gained acceptance and taught a powerful lesson to a prejudiced woman.
Kate Fuglei shares a lovely tribute to the three Jacks in her life – her father in law, her theater director and her son.
A dream comes true for 103 year old Leona Rothfeld when she gets to celebrate her long-wished-for bat mitzvah at the Gurwin Assisted Living Community!
The pandemic has left many of us dealing with mental health challenges. As Eula Skiles shares, that makes 2022 the best time to rethink and boost our mental health.
The always wonderful Kate Fuglei shares moments where she and her family and friends created fun…sometimes in the oddest of places.
Cheryl Farrell writes a profound lament responding to gun violence.
Taking a moment to stop and enjoy the simple pleasures that life offers is the offering of Kate Fuglei’s lovely, inspiring story.
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.
Kate Fuglei shares three moments of beautiful human connection… a deep nourishment of the soul and heart.
As Troy Putney shares, when we volunteer we are really helping ourselves by discovering and creating new connections and communities.
As Kate Fuglei learns – it’s curiosity and interest in the world that really sets someone apart and, at the same time, can connect two very different people.
Our wonderful Cheryl Farrell uses iconic characters from the TV series CHEERS to personify actual friends of hers and shows how each friend reflects something about Cheryl herself.
Kate Fuglei learned a lot from the six McGoogan sisters that lived next door to her growing up, especially the importance of friendship.