Entries tagged with “Social Responsibility”

Book Review: Strange Contagion

Inside the Surprising Science of Infectious Behaviors and Viral Emotions and What They Tell Us About Ourselves

Can’t Sleep? It Might Be Your Social Axiom

Addressing your worldview can jumpstart a feedback loop of satisfaction and better sleep.

How Prayer, Patience and Practice Can Help Us Make Peace With Politics

The mid-term election season is upon us, rife with robo-calls, confusing ballot initiatives and a host of candidates whose positions seem to further polarize our communities at a t…

Reading Between the Lines

New studies find that getting lost in a good novel actually makes us more empathetic in real life.

Should You be True to Yourself?

"Doing unto others based on what we would want them to do unto us implies a quid pro quo exchange of self-interests, not a fulfillment of duty. It reflects a noble aspiration to place decision-making beyond self-interest, but it may remain rooted in it."

Stop the Cycle of Feeling Rejected

New insights into the spiral toward social exclusion.

The Heart of Money: Do Ethics in Business Matter?

(Aren’t the Bad Guys Winning?)

The New American LOVE Revolution

This spiritual renaissance is real and has not stopped. It’s just that it’s growth—and, like all growth, it’s messy.” - Marianne Williamson

The Sacredness (Yes, Sacredness) of Voting

“My dear friends, your vote is precious, almost sacred. It is the most powerful nonviolent tool we have to create a more perfect union.” -Representative John Lewis, Democrat from G…

We Are All Responsible for Shootings

When I was a school counselor, there was a girl in the sixth grade who was absent more than present. When she did make it to school, kids called her “Dead Girl” because of her mono…

Why Following a Spiritual Path is Not a Picnic

Adapted from Everything Mind by Chris Grosso