“My daughter was feeling left of by her friends who had more gadgets..” A mother’s first impulse was to blame the other parents, but then she realized how often her phone distracted her from the kids
Thanks to modern technology, we have learned that the brain undergoes a major reorganization between the ages of 12 and 25 years. It’s like getting an upgrade to your computer — in the end the brain is much faster and more sophisticated.
Down-to-earth thoughts from the Catholic Church and Focolare families on keeping mutual love alive at home
Work, school, sports practice, friends, family, emails—everyday life can be overwhelming. Two families share how they try to balance their lives and what really matters.
The Muoneme family from Nigeria won a green card lottery and decided to come to the U.S. It changed their lives, as well as those of the community where they arrived…
Have you ever thought of the economic value of a bird’s full tummy of bugs? The Natural Capital Project aims at quantifying the goods and services that we receive freely from the earth.
By Sarah Mundell
Are you caught in the cycle of “larger, bigger, and more expensive”? It might be the wrong path: here are two examples of what is to gain from downsizing.
By Susanne Janssen
Everybody longs to find and live “true love.” But how can one achieve this goal? A young couple discovered a deeper meaning in sexuality through Theology of the Body …