Buddhist teacher Mushim Ikeda explains why meditation needs to be inclusive of people's diverse identities and life experiences.
Feeling awe can boost your mood and make you feel more connected with others. Comedian Chris Duffy learns how to tap into it.
Here are six practices to help your team ask for and give more help to each other.
A new book explains how feeling awestruck can make you happier, healthier, and more connected.
This month, be kind to yourself and others.
A scientist and an artist explain how the new animated film uses visuals and music to bring awe to life.
To support the well-being of all students, take inventory of your school policies and practices.
Knowing what depression looks like and how to manage it can help prevent you from slipping into dark moods.
What can we do to bring the intimacy and spark back into our relationships?
A new analysis of decades of research shows that when we are kind to others, we are healthier and happier.
The past four years were marked by extremism, violence, and deception. Americans must find a way to live with those traumas—and with each other.
Ninety-nine thinkers weigh in on how COVID-19 will impact our future.
What happens when we spend time outdoors? We explore how getting out in nature can restore peace of mind—and make us more creative.
Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin explains how older people can draw from their personal strengths to get through the pandemic.