Words matter because they resonate among all generations and can build bridges of kindness and compassion. Take a bow, Amanda Gorman.
All Spirit Stories
Like so many during this time, Ericka Cotton is struggling with loss. She’s recently lost both her husband and job. Learn how Ericka has turned that grief into positive actions.
Human kindness is very much alive, despite our divisive political times. Cue scene in Sacramento, California last weekend, when the community of Natomas staged a parade.
From cradle to the grave, we are bound by the gift of life, and the woman who first held you in her arms as you took in the strange scenery of a brave new world.
This story begins with a woman who lost her wallet. It could easily have ended there, lost, not found, with someone taking Evelyn Topper’s money, her credit cards and other valuables without looking back.
John Hobson is a 93-year-old man on the move. More of a facilitator, that is.
Keith Walker admits he was “nervous as hell” when he stepped into the fire. But he was a man with a purpose: he wanted to save dogs and cats trapped in a fire at an Atlanta animal shelter.
Unexpected gifts seem to be more precious in a holiday season that comes with a pandemic asterisk. And sometimes, the sweetest surprises come when the younger generation connects with the older generation to make holiday magic.
There’s no denying 2020 has been an extraordinarily difficult year. But, still, so many folks have managed to persevere in …
We have a New World Order in these pandemic times. Traditional norms and words are taking different shapes. “Adoption” for instance.
Secret Santas abound everywhere this holiday season. But there is a special one in Idaho. His Secret Santa wish list started with a sweet 65-year-old woman named Diana Boldman.
Would you open your home and heart to a stranger? A child you’ve never met? A child you know nothing …