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Photo of three children sitting on a bench wearing backpacks in front of a brick wall. The child on the left is a white boy, in the middle is a Black boy, on the right is a Black girl, and all three are laughing.
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Mindfulness is for Everyone  

In this short video, Philadelphia-based social worker Kenneth Bourne reads from Caverly Morgan’s A Kid’s Book About Mindfulness to offer a grounding moment of pause and reflection. Read More 

  • Ava Whitney-Coulter
  • February 18, 2022
The Science of Gratitude—A woman lays on grass outdoors and looks up at the sky. Along the border are flowers, birds, and butterflies.
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The Science of Gratitude 

Research shows gratitude isn’t just a pleasant feeling—being grateful can also support greater health, happiness, and wisdom in ourselves and our communities. Read More 

  • Misty Pratt
  • February 17, 2022
What We Bring to the Table
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What We Bring to the Table 

Partaking in good food and good ideas is a long-held human tradition we shouldn’t underestimate, writes founding editor Barry Boyce. Read More 

  • Barry Boyce
  • February 16, 2022
How COVID Reminded Me We’re All Connected
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How COVID Reminded Me We’re All Connected 

Founding editor Barry Boyce delves into the ever-present balance between personal independence and our natural interdependence, two ways of seeing that touch every aspect of our lives. Read More 

  • Barry Boyce
  • February 15, 2022
The Work It Takes to Forgive
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The Work It Takes to Forgive 

Rage and bitterness toward those we see as causing our pain can tear us apart. The brave and gentle practice of forgiveness can help you turn toward the future instead of resenting the past. Read More 

  • Christiane Wolf
  • February 15, 2022