A sweet coming-of-age film has captivated audiences, including the judges at the Academy Awards. Following Ruby, a hearing teenage girl with deaf parents and a deaf brother, CODA is shining a wonderful light on the deaf community and sweeping this year's awards season.
When Sarah Leathers saw that high school students were lacking community and sick individuals in her area needed healthy meals, she realized she could solve one problem with another. Now, her nonprofit Healing Meals has delivered more than 90,000 meals to those in need of nutritious food, all while connecting kids who need it most.
Water is a human need and human right to which billions (with a B) of people still lack access. This is a natural resource that the rest of us normally take for granted. But Christoph Gorder, who grew up in the Central African Republic, is working to change that and seeking every day to improve people’s lives and conditions through his organization: charity: water.
Nan Hauser has been researching humpback whales for 30 years, but she never expected that one would save her life! Let’s learn how a whale's altruistic behavior changed her life forever, and how we can return the favor.
Can we reduce the chances of our friends, family, or neighbors being injured, simply by being willing to experiment on our streets? Read on to discover how we can enhance the places we love to make sense for people, not cars.
Ricochet the therapy dog's work takes place not on the couch, but on the waves! Hopping on the surf board of those with PTSD or autism, Ricochet's presence provides the confidence people need to overcome the challenges they face. Check it out to see how we can get by with a little help from man's best friend.
Look out Golden Rule, the Platinum Rule is here! Check out our conversation with Annemarie Shrouder about considering kindness with diversity and inclusion in mind. How do we reach out in ways that resonate with the folx we want to impact positively?
In this practical workshop, Donna shares the benefits of kindness (health, business success, relationships, personal satisfaction…), the barriers to kindness (what sometimes makes it difficult for us to give and receive kindness), and the skills of kindness (most are simple, but not necessarily easy). As she reveals both the why and how of choosing kindness, she teaches us how to claim this life-changing—and world-changing—power.
If you are starting to think your dreams and goals need an update, this episode will open many amazing new paths of possibility, including a very fresh take on UN-following your dreams and creating better ones!
Like an elusive butterfly, happiness often escapes our grasp. But could that be because we don’t actually know what it is?
Bert Pope shares with us how the world is still an amazing place.
Genevieve’s life changed forever the day she made it her mission to get children in emergency shelters across New York City a pair of pajamas. When you help wherever you can, even the simplest gestures can have a massive impact. Genevieve Piturro is the founder of the Pajama Program, an initiative that helps kids in need get the clothes they need.
You’re not alone in caring.
There is a wave of goodness and progress well underway, all around the world.