On vacation in Trinidad, Glenn Slavens comes across an inspiring dog who walks using only her two front legs.
How do you make love last? Here, from YES Magazine!, are 7 Principles on the Road to Happily Ever After.
Angels are everywhere if you only stop to notice. Sometimes they even shares the rules for being human with you, as Barbara Watson discovered.
A yoga teacher marvels at her son’s display of true Christmas spirit, and how this spirit truly embodies what in yoga is referred to as the unification of heart, mind and hands.
Kristy Leissle remembers her Grandfather’s love and how it was returned by his family, who refused to outsource the care of its members — at either end of life.
Lisa Katayama wants to “entertain an offhand theory that I’ve had ever since I became obsessed with indoor rock climbing two and a half years ago: It’s great for geeks, and we should all be doing it.”
The good news: The changes we must make to avoid ultimate collapse are identical to the changes we must make to create the world of our common dream. By David Korten The story of purple America is part of a yet larger human story. For all the cultural differences reflected in our richly varied customs, […]
Why do we call life a journey and rush through it like it’s a race with a prize at the end? Or is it that all these racing metaphors for life are simply wrong?
I’ve been interested in keeping bees for at least a couple of decades, probably since reading Sue Hubbell’s A Book of Bees. Hubbell, once a New York librarian, had moved to the Ozarks and taken up beekeeping as a livelihood. She wrote lyrically of the yearly rhythm of beekeeping, and the keen observation of bee behavior and of flowers in bloom that the bees inspired.
In this innovative video, Annie Leonard explains why “designed for the dump” electronics are toxic to people and the planet … and what to do about it.