Strayer University put a chalkboard in the middle of New York City and asked residents to do one simple thing: Write down their biggest regrets. For a whole day the board stood there as people stopped and wrote down the one thing they’d change in their past. It didn’t take long to start noticing a trend in the regrets.
Don’t let your regret be something you didn’t do! Go make your dreams come true!
Spencer Timme explains what it’s like growing up with his older brother, Mitchel, who has autism. He speaks about the differences and the similarities but, most importantly, Spencer speaks with love and pride for Mitchel.
These two brothers have such a beautiful bond!
When we’re young we find wonderment in everything as we discover the world. As we grow we tend to overlook the little things in life and take them for granted. Then, we circle back to slowing down and appreciating what the world offers us; the little things in life. This 101-year-old reminds us that something as simple as making the most of the first snowfall with just one perfect snowball thrown into the air should be celebrated. Her excitement is … Keep Reading!!!
This video created by The Mercadantes artistically compiles the ways the “invisible life-force” varies, while simultaneously remaining a contestant part of our time here on earth.… Keep Reading!!!
“Capture the moment, because in the end, all we have are the memories…” –Danielle Guenther
Professional photographers have the amazing ability to capture idyllic family moments for us to share with our loved ones and display in our homes. The reason this is an incredible feat is because those picture perfect moments only last about .5 seconds when they happen…miss it and the moment is gone forever.
Danielle Guenther is a photographer who specializes in child and family … Keep Reading!!!
The author Madeleine L’Engle wrote this about marriage: “No long-term marriage is made easily, and there have been times when I’ve been so angry or so hurt that I thought my love would never recover. And then, in the midst of near despair, something has happened beneath the surface. A bright little flashing fish of hope has flicked silver fins and the water is bright and suddenly I am returned to a state of love again — till next time. … Keep Reading!!!
Paul Smith was born with cerebral palsy, a disability which affects his motor abilities and overall strength. man that creates incredible works of art using a typewriter.
However, that hasn’t stopped him from pursuing his passion of art, even in what we may consider the most unconventional of ways.
Now living in a nursing home run by his family, he types his masterpieces using just one finger.
Smith has shown that no matter what obstacles we face, that should never … Keep Reading!!!
89-year-old Erling Kindem found 3-year-old Emmett Rychner in his yard looking for tomatoes.
Through that initial exchange, the two became the best of friends.
We were at an early dinner last night when our kids caught a glimpse of the videos taken today when the bombing happened at the Boston Marathon.
This was the first time the kids really associated themselves with targets of such senseless hate. Our children are aware of tragedies going on in the world, but I think this is the first time it really clicked as a reality for them. It was sad, but also a reminder that they … Keep Reading!!!