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Serenity Abounds at the Forever Spring

Sheltered from storm, cold and heat, these deeply incised and hidden worlds are oases of calm and beauty.

It Gets Better With Bowie

Embed from Getty Images The It Gets Better Project — founded by journalist-activist Dan Savage in 2010 — strives to create a better, kinder world in which we’re all free to be who we are in our own true way.

The Beginning

Embed from Getty Images — Driving with no destination felt free and comforting. Glaring into the distance, along familiar and not so familiar roads allowed me to play out scenes from my life.

Don’t Call Mar-a-Lago The ‘Southern White House’

Embed from Getty Images President Trump enjoys golfing. That’s nothing new amongst presidents, but his personal enjoyment of the sport is complimented by his business devotion.

31 Life Lessons After 30 Years

Embed from Getty Images   I’ve learned a few things along this journey called life. Following are in no order the 31 thoughts about life after three decades’ breath.

The Enemy Is Resistance

Embed from Getty Images When you’re a novice at something—let’s take, for example, adopting a new diet and lifestyle—it’s outrageously tempting to want to be perfect.

What Kim Kardashian Can Teach Men

Embed from Getty Images — The reason we love our celebrities (Oprah, Salma Hayek, Tina Turner, Chris Rock, Margaret Cho, Susan Sarandon “since we’re being honest) is because when they speak people actually listen.

5 Ways to Define Your Self-Worth in and out of the Office

Embed from Getty Images You might have read the title of this article and thought to yourself, I don’t need any help defining my worth.

My Battle with Depression and How I Won

“I overcame myself, the sufferer; I carried my own ashes to the mountains; I invented a brighter flame for myself.

Challenge Yourself Just Once and See What Happens

Embed from Getty Images – Growing up, I was a frequently sick kid with asthma so I never really had the opportunity to really push myself physically.

A Different Kind of T-Time

— Gabriel Torres is the 20-year-old, gay, Colombian-born Director of the film T-Times, in production.

It’s An Anger Thing!

TASK #7: It’s An Anger Thing! No man can think clearly when his fists are clenched. George Jean Nathan This Trump thing has unleashed a world of anger–you can see it in the grimaced scowls of he and his henchmen, hear it as he rages against the media, and sense it from his legions of supporters.

Two Awkward Facts That Explain Internet Discourse

Embed from Getty Images — One of the most reliable rules of the internet is “Never read the comments.” And it’s true.

3 Things Every Teenage Girl Needs From Her Father

Embed from Getty Images I receive occasional alerts about court cases through my e-mail that involve domestic violence or family issues.

What Can Be Done To Heal The Black Family?

Embed from Getty Images — Dr. Vibe asks Rodney Kellum and Kinte Fergerson for their comments on the following stories: The Dr.

A Modern Musical Shines On A West Coast Landmark

— In a recent interview, Damien Chazelle (Director of “La La Land”), said that his initial impression of Los Angeles being a cultural vacuum changed after he moved here from the East Coast.

The 38 Most Inspiring Leadership Quotes I Know

No one can deny the power of a good quote. They motivate and inspire us to be our best. Here are 38 of my absolute favorites: 1.

Challenge Yourself Just Once and See What Happens

Embed from Getty Images – Growing up, I was a frequently sick kid with asthma so I never really had the opportunity to really push myself physically.

Men, How do You Prevent Burnout? How Have You Overcome Overwhelm? A Call for Submissions

Embed from Getty Images — The societal expectations of men to behave in certain ways and achieve conventional measures of success can be overwhelming and exhausting.

A Message to the Heartbroken

Embed from Getty Images At times like this, feeling is hazardous to one’s health. A working heart can be a liability in these days because its treasure, its beautiful, sacred tenderness—is the very thing that leaves it vulnerable to injury. Every false word, every act of violence, every appearance of injustice strikes a vicious blow to its surface. Like a twisting piñata, it sustains the damage until it can no longer help but to break and spill out all the goodness within it. It is a bloody and brutal thing to endure, to be emptied in this way.