We went behind the scenes with Secily Wilson at TEDxEustis, where she sought to inspire audiences to form meaningful relationships and learn to harness the power of having a supportive community.
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We gathered four different faith leaders as part of an interfaith spiritual roundtable, facilitated by Growing Bolder founder and CEO Marc Middleton.
The quality of our relationships can have an even more dramatic impact on our lives than what we eat or how much we exercise.
There are now hundreds of new apps and websites designed specifically to create real-world relationships and foster new friendships. Here are five of our favorite apps and sites to find community.
Father Greg Boyle believes working in the community isn’t about making a difference, but rather, kinship, connection and delighting the people around us.
If you’re looking for bargains, items from your past or a whole new social outlet, thrift shops are the places to look. Here are a few things to know before you go thrift shopping.
Learn how one woman turned the simple act of walking into a supportive community and wellness transformation.
Unity is is a concrete manifestation of the inner heart that has each of us reaching out across all our divisions: racial, social, economic and political.
The email request was unusual and poignant: A man was asking for a recipe for his terminally ill mother-in-law. She loved the favorite broccoli tempura at Ekiben, which has two locations in Baltimore.
The final “Jeopardy!” question and answer might go something like this, filed under the category of “Human Kindness.” After a life well-lived, this man donated a closet full of shirts, neckties and various other items of clothing that once belonged to him.
Henry Darby, principal at North Charleston High School in South Carolina, found his answer by getting a part-time job. At Walmart. He then donates his paycheck to students in need.
Once upon a time in Laurens, South Carolina, The Echo Theater was a whites-only hall that later would morph into a storefront, museum and recruitment center honoring white supremacy.