Don't Talk to Strangers!
Forum Conversation About Random Encounters:
How many times did we hear those words as children? How sad that we are conditioned from an early age to be afraid of someone or something we don't know.
It's not surprising that we find ourselves more lonely and isolated in this ever more connected world. We are starving for meaningful connections to other people, so when the next chance opens up for a random encounter, go for it. See what you can learn!
The amazing performance by Michael Oliver in Greeley, Colorado. Through music, he is able to tell a very difficult story, and he does it with great talent.
Do you know Winnie-the-Pooh’s real first name? We’re so blessed to have another wonderful reading by Karen Unrue.
Were you the kid (yeah, we all were) that liked to be read to before we went to bed? Karen Unrue gives us the most beautiful telling of “Tigger is Hungry.” Snap it for later if you need.
A quick update on how your donations are being used in Puerto Rico.
This cart contains the worldly goods of a person. This cart has probably seen things most of us would never want to see. Homelessness is a problem. Is there anything we can do?
Today I got a hug from someone who needs a kidney. Let's help find Rachel a kidney.
When you're living on the edge, the smallest setback can become a canyon to cross.
What do you do when someone falls out of their seat on the bus and starts convulsing?
A visit to Red Rocks Amphitheater and Dinosaur Ridge plus a short film by Pikazo that gives some perspective to life.
Strangers turn out to have more in common than cold toes. They got the best Christmas presents ever.
What is Reality? A conversation with an artist with Synesthesia. Imagine seeing sounds, hearing colors, and tasting shapes. He sees the world differently, and we can see it through his art.
Imagine sitting next to your neighbor that you've never met, on the other side of the country from home, and learning you're working toward similar goals! The universe delivers angels when angels are most needed.