• The Beauty We Can't See Oct 8-- We think we know beauty through sight, but these four visually impaired people envision beauty in a different form. Robert, Sheila, Sean, and Virginia describe how they visualize beauty through aspects such as a person's character, or through experience, such as the smell of warm, baked cookies or grass beneath ones feet. Beauty becomes an experience of living and finding ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • The Noble Art of the Manly Cry Oct 7-- One of our most firmly entrenched ideas of masculinity is that men don't cry. But historical and literary evidence suggests that, in the past, male weeping was regarded as normal in almost every part of the world for most of recorded history. Consider Homer's Iliad, in which the entire Greek army bursts into unanimous tears no less than three times... ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • A Century in the World Oct 6-- Grace Lee Boggs, Chinese-American philosopher and civil rights legend, talks here on her 100th birthday about her extraordinary life of helping others and how her studies in philosophy led to “a whole new way of thinking about change and how it develops...how the positive has to be achieved through the labor-patient suffering of the negative.” ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • The Science of Why We Sleep Oct 5-- Scientists know that sleep obeys our complex internal clocks, affects our every waking moment, and even tames our negative emotions. But what happens while we sleep and why have we evolved to sleep in the first place? In this fascinating short video, PBS's Joe Hanson explores the mysteries of sleep... ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • Children Who Shine From Within Oct 4-- In this moving tribute to her daughter, Rachel Macy Stafford reminds us to look for the light within all children. "And it's that time -- time for back-to-school outfits, team tryouts, classroom assessments, and after school clubs. The Butterflies will be noticed. So brilliant. So colorful. Their talents so obvious. But let us not forget the Fireflies. Their triumphs are ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • Vegetable Seller to Reputed Oncologist Oct 3-- Dr. Vijayalakshmi Deshmane is one of India's most reputed oncologists who dedicates her life to service through medicine. But, when she was just a child, born into a "backward caste" and a socio-economically disadvantaged family living in the slums of India, with little access to food and basic amenities, leave alone educational opportunities, it was not obvious she would ...

    Read Full DailyGood

Three Tricks to Help Find Your Flow As more and more things continue to drain and distract ... 19002 Reads

5 Reasons to Be Mindful In a hyper connected world, bombarded by multiple forms of ... 16030 Reads

My Bucket List of Gratitude We typically think of a 'bucket list' as that special ... 13375 Reads

How Good Habits Can Make You Happier One of life's enduring missions is the quest to create ... 12144 Reads

The Fuel of Making Good Decisions Don't think planning healthy meals and snacks during your day ... 11672 Reads

Can People Change? "One day, after a talk I had given on altruism, ... 10056 Reads

Read More ...

Popular Syndicated Stories

What Makes a Great Workplace?
by Jill Suttie (169253 reads)

South Africa: From Dropouts to Innovators
by Ashoka (162402 reads)

The Under-appreciated Benefits of Creative Consistency
by Gregory Ciotti (148346 reads)

How to Focus A Wandering Mind
by Wendy Hasenkamp (72120 reads)

19 of the Very Best 'Uplifting Photos of the Day'
by Kindness Blog (51883 reads)

The Radical Power of Humility
by Nipun Mehta (50735 reads)

The Top 10 Happiest Countries and What Makes Them Happy
by Cat Johnson (32797 reads)

Pay-As-You-Feel Cafe Feeds Thousands on Food Waste
by Cat Johnson (27636 reads)

Stop Worrying About How Much You Matter
by Peter Bregman (26423 reads)

Four Great Gratitude Strategies
by Juliana Breines (22494 reads)

My Trouble With Mindfulness
by Jill Suttie (21906 reads)

Forget About Setting Goals. Focus On This Instead.
by James Clear (21395 reads)

Quote Bulletin

Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.
Sally Koch

Search by keyword: Happiness, Wisdom, Work, Science, Technology, Meditation, Joy, Love, Success, Education, Relationships, Life
Contribute To      
Upcoming Stories      

Subscribe to DailyGood

We've sent daily emails for over 16 years, without any ads. Join a community of 162,837 by entering your email below.

  • Email:
Subscribe Unsubscribe?

Trending DailyGoods