Quotations to stimulate creative…by the famous and sort of famous.
These street interviews, conducted by Travis Nuckolls and Chris Baker in Colorado Springs, prove that “asking the right question can be more important than anything you can tell someone.”
Life As A Human has posted our 1000th article and our readership has continued to grow. We’re one of the top-read sites in North America…and we’re aiming for readers everywhere on the globe.
Starring Béla Lugosi as Count Dracula, Edward Van Sloan as Van Helsing and Helen Chandler as Mina, Dracula premiered at the Roxy Theatre in New York on February 12, 1931. Newspapers reported that members of the audiences fainted in shock at the horror on screen.
Our editor finds a video clip of Dan L. Hays talking about a powerful dream he had which he incorporated into his book, Freedom’s Just Another Word. Dan grew up as the child of alcoholic parents and his healing journey has inspired so many others who have been through similar experiences.
Have you ever found yourself in a situation and wondered what Mozart might say? Chopin? How about Frank Zappa? Here are some thought provoking quotes by famous musicians, past and present.
On a trip to Rwanda last year, explore visited four families of wild mountain gorillas, a species with only 720 remaining members. Their guide is Craig Sholley, who has been intimately involved in the preservation of African wildlife for more than 30 years. The team’s thrilling interaction with these peaceful creatures — who share 98.6% of their genetic makeup with humans — is a startling reminder of our own humanity.
Your Life As A Human team has handpicked some inspirational quotations on being original, being yourself, being true to who you are.
McDonald’s has often come under fire for its high-fat menu, but the controversy surrounding the mega-franchise’s food has reach new heights with the release of a 39-second ad by the Washington, DC-based group Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). We want to know what you think!
There are people whose messages endure. John Lennon was one of those people. His plea, through his music and his life, that we need to “Give Peace a Chance” lives on and rises above the cynicism. Happy Birthday, John Lennon.