A policy meant to heal and protect brings its own damage
What if I -- if we -- were instead being called not to look for gifts but to brace for a reckoning?
Kids say the darndest things -- and sometimes the wisest. Here's what they said when asked what instances of mercy they had witnessed.
Offering hospitality to someone I’m reluctant to invite over is a risk that’s usually worth taking.
My children were thinking that you only are kind to people you know. It was time to refocus. It was time to live kindly on purpose.
Is he is the center of my life, around which everything turns and by which everything else is measured?
Can we desire the mercy of heaven for a villain of history? It's a daunting proposition, but it shouldn't be a surprising one.
Knowing people's stories helps open up a closed heart
"I have to sit down. My leg just broke again."
Once "rather uncomfortable around the elderly," the author found her heart opening with each visit to the nursing home.