Prayer—it may seem like a complicated religious ritual but, as Ștefăniță Poenariu writes, there's a simple idea at its heart.
We often view conflict as harmful—but are there any benefits to hashing it out that we can glean?
It's the golden rule—do to others what you would have them do to you. Here are some heartwarmingexamples of empathy in action.
People don't always mean what they say — but did you know the same holds true for media. So how do we figure out what we consume is really saying?
When Cristiano Ronaldo moved two Coca-Cola bottles and the company’s market value subsequently plummeted, it soon became clear why—because we care so much.
Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed on the football field, in the middle of the Denmark-Finland match, at the 2020 European Football Championship, making some professional players lament the overload of sports competition schedules.
We all experience grief at some point in our lifetime—but that doesn't make it easy to bear. Alina Kartman spoke with Julia Samuel about the importance of accepting this often negative issue
The miracles of Jesus often seem like events disconnected from our everyday reality. Adrian Bocăneanu explains why they still have relevance even now.
The latest offering in the MCU is surprisingly fun — and raises some interesting questions about the nature of free will and the meaning of life
Being wrong is often thought of as a humiliating experience—but is it actually a good thing?
Naomi Osaka's recent withdrawal from the French Open has once again sparked discussion of mental health amongst athletes — and what it means to take a stand for your principles.
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