Made me smile.
"Watch this strong and loving Mother take her son with cerebral palsy to the skate park".
It'll make you smile, guaranteed, or your money back.
A nice story.
When her former student was found wandering the streets a decade after she’d last seen him, Michell Girard immediately agreed to take him in. Then she decided to do far more, including give him the Christmas he’d never had.
Who's up for a federally funded program to teach birds to hang onto their dang fish?
Interestingly argues the case that "Avoiding a mistake – not being stupid – helps more than being smart does."
(When my older daughter was at Duke the kids had a meme, "Don't be dumb.")
Sad but also quite beautiful.
"I moved from LA to a town of 2,300 people — here were the biggest culture shocks I faced in small-town America"
A Los Angeleno discovers flyover America.
I'd guess that anybody who's reached double-digit years on the planet needn't be reminded of just how awful people can be. But on the off chance that somebody you know does need to be reminded, may I suggest you send them to "Leninthink". (The author is a chaired professor at Northwestern.)
V. I. Lenin pegs the meter of how monstrous one person can be.
This guy is a badass.
Could well be fun if you have a spare $1.3 million.