Books last a lifetime—even if the bindings and pages don’t, the characters, drama, emotions, and imagination spurred by a timeless story endure forever.
Perhaps this most American of holidays inspires us to an even higher calling—focusing not just on thanks, but on giving.
Sometimes we use gifts to make ourselves feel less guilty, to beat the Joneses, because we’re addicted to consuming to distract ourselves from what happens when things get quiet.
It’s easy to feel guilty or overwhelmed in the face of worldwide hurting and violence. But no matter our resources, there are ways we can help.
Investigations show the Obama administration doesn’t properly screen or know where to find thousands of migrant children it began accepting in 2012.
A recent study supposedly shows that nonreligious people’s kids are more willing to share than religious people’s kids are. Not so fast.
Sometimes, helping people doesn’t feel good, because you can’t give them something they really need.
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