Casey Miller seemed to have it all. The Harvard grad made money, traveled the world, and acquired stuff, but he still felt empty. Motivated by the readings of a Greek philosopher, he decided to do something he was very afraid of: ride a bike across the country and along the way ask people some simple questions. What inspires you? Are you doing it now? Why not? His journey was aptly named “Socrates Spoke.”
As a college instructor, I have to admit I was very surprised to see the burgeoning support and growing good deeds that have rippled out
Books for the Barrios is a volunteer-run organization that collects textbooks, learning aids and devices from schools, publishers and schoolchildren in the U.S. and delivers them to remote barrio public schools throughout the Philippines.
Bullied Teen Posts “It Gets Better” Video and Posts Final FB Update to Lady Gaga Before Commiting Suicide
Teenagers need to know that they are OK, that they are unique and special just the way they are. The more this message proliferates our media, our social media sites and conversations, the less our youth will feel hopeless and helpless.
WorldWomenWork (WWW) partners with women artisans and activists in some of the most remote parts of the world.
Many of us remember Steve Jobs as a technological visionary — a modern day Edison. But aside from his inventions and accolades, he seemed to