Being Grateful Can Help You Lead The Life You Want And Ease Your Pain
Archives for June 2011
Julia McLean, who lives in Normandy, a strategic piece of geography in WWII, takes us on a tour of the Normandy Landing beaches and other important historical sites of D-Day, June 6, 1944.
“Lately,” writes Eric Brad, “it seems to me that some of the terms we use to describe dogs and our relationship with them can do more harm than good. While they can bring people to agreement on some level, do they keep us from discussing the real issues that these terms can mask?”
A simple cleaning out of a garden shed can give you insights into your personality and place in history.
Forgiveness is one of the most profound gifts we can give ourselves in order to heal our past and to truly be able to enjoy our present whilst moving towards a brighter future. It is one of the truest acts of self-love there is.
In this must-see video, street artist Joshua Allen Harris used subway exhaust to breathe life into his inflatable sidewalk creations.
Nathan Thompson considers the responsibilities of being a blogger after the “Gay Girl in Damascus” hoax.
My husband is a good man. He has good values, a kind heart and he is very hard working. He is an exceptionally good father. From the moment he held our children — and even before that — I knew they would always be safe with him.
Century-old luxury hotels are not uncommon in Europe, but few properties do it as well as the Victoria-Jungfrau in Interlaken, Switzerland.
Deconstructing the mob behaviour of the riots following the Vancouver Canucks loss tells us a lot about who we are as humans — the good, the bad, and the very, very ugly.