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Being Thankful Boosts Physical Well Being

Research has shown that practicing gratitude boosts the immune system, bolsters resilience to stress, lowers depression, increases feelings of energy, ...


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Parrot Owner Embarrassed by Profane Response to Rescue Attempt

After three days of unsuccessful attempts to lure her pet parrot, Jessie, off the roof of her home, a London resident called for help, first from an animal ...


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The Worst Mother's Day Gifts and Cards

According to a British survey, 40 percent of moms have received an unwanted Mother's Day gift, but most of them were too polite to complain. Here's ...


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David Brooks on 'The Structure of Gratitude'

In his article "The Structure of Gratitude," New York Times columnist David Brooks notes what he's learning about thankfulness:

I'm sometimes grumpier ...

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Tim Keller: Being a 'Good Person' Isn't Enough

We often hear someone say: "Well, I'm not very religious, but I'm a good person and that is what is most important." But is that true? Imagine a woman, ...


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Denzel Washington: Start Every Day with Thanks

Two-time Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington is best known for his roles in Glory, The Preacher's Wife, Remember the Titans, and Training Day. ...


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Pennies Prompt Man to Live with Gratitude

Mr. Otha Anders, of Ruston, Louisiana, spent 45 years bending down and collecting something most of us ignore—pennies. In October of 2015, the 73-year-old ...


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We All Want Just 10 Percent More Income

How much would it take for us to have enough money? Remarkably, studies show that most people, regardless of income, answer the question the same way: ...


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Study Concludes Gratitude Strengthens Marriages

The key to a happy and lasting marriage might be as simple as regularly expressing gratitude. So report researchers from the University of Georgia in ...


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Famous Writer on Life's Simple Pleasures

Herman Wouk, the 100-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Caine Mutiny, recently spoke to The Wall Street Journal about his childhood. Wouk ...


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