• Sister Marilyn: To Come and See Jun 24-- At age 18 and new to the convent, Sister Marilyn Lacey turned down an invitation -- an opportunity to connect -- explaining she didn’t think human relations was her field. Later on, she got an invitation she couldn’t refuse to “come and see” the suffering in South Sudan. She accepted, and that experience and invitation led to many more invitations ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • Exploring the Science of Everyday Wonder Jun 23-- In an insightful discussion, Dacher Keltner, a renowned psychologist and author delves into the science of everyday wonder and its profound impact on our lives. Keltner explores how awe-inspiring experiences, whether found in nature, art, or human connections, can enhance well-being, foster resilience, and even improve physical health. He emphasizes that moments of wonder are accessible to everyone and can ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • People Dread This Type Of Social Interaction But It Has Benefits Jun 22-- Researchers find that people who have richness and diversity in relationships experience greater life satisfaction and overall well-being. An important part of that diversity comes from talking to strangers, and they found there was “deep delight and joy that ensued from these unexpected encounters.” Whether in a supermarket, coffee shop, or on a walk, a smile, a nod, a simple ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • The Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement of Sri Lanka Jun 21-- The Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement, founded by the late Dr. A. T. Ariyaratne, is considered to be the largest non-governmental organization in Sri Lanka. Straddling the roles of a grassroots development program, peace movement, social service network, and microfinance scheme, this movement transcends traditional methodologies with people-centered innovations. Driven by values and beliefs inherent in South Asian culture, the movement has ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • Captioning Ubuntu Jun 20-- Our stories are a product of countless other stories in time and space. In South Africa, there is a saying that translates to: "A person is a person through other persons." In Kenya, there is a saying that translates to, "A person is other people." Both adages echo the essence of "ubuntu" -- systems of values that honor deep interconnectedness. ...

    Read Full DailyGood
  • Why Age Diversity Is a Strength at Work Jun 18-- Research suggests many benefits from age diversity in the workplace. Among them are better performance results, reduction in age and other biases, and two-way mentoring that can expand learning all around. Tips include purposefully forming diverse groups and teams of people of all ages, life stages, and generations in order to reap the benefits. And there is this: Be a ...

    Read Full DailyGood

The Business 9 Women Kept Secret For 30 Years "Somewhere in West Tennessee, not far from Graceland, nine women ... 1772540 Reads

Gandhi's Ten Rules for Changing the World Change the world; we hear those words thrown around quite ... 1382765 Reads

12 Truths I Learned from Life and Writing A few days before she turned 61, author Anne Lamott ... 844087 Reads

Kids on Love A group of adults posed this question to a group ... 629516 Reads

35 Scientific Concepts That Will Help You Understand Life "In order to sharpen our reasoning skills, we must have ... 592090 Reads

Mark Twain's Top 9 Tips For Living An Awesome Life Samuel Langhorne Clemens, the man better known as Mark Twain ... 585107 Reads

Read More ...

Popular Syndicated Stories




With a Soft Breath: How My Daughter Rides Horses
by Greta Matos (7572 reads)



When Birds Nest in the Doorway, Go Out the Window
by Caitlin Shetterly (5402 reads)



David George Haskell: Songs of Trees
by Preeta Bansal (5160 reads)



But We Had Music
by Maria Popova (5036 reads)



The World's Largest Instrument? The Great Stalacpipe Organ
by Liesl Ulrich-Verderber (4575 reads)



The Good News You Might Have Missed
by Angus Hervey (4380 reads)



The Decision To Change
by Moshe Gersht (4081 reads)



How to Reboot After Disappointment at Work
by Julien C. Mirivel and Julie Allison (3889 reads)



Weathering the Storm: How Horses Bring Us Together
by Taylor Beckett (3779 reads)



How Patience Can Help You Find Your Purpose
by Kendall Cotton Bronk (3769 reads)



Luminous Darkness and Holding My Thumb
by Lucy Grace (3438 reads)



It will take hope, inspiration and action to save the earth
by Jane Goodall (3379 reads)




Quote Bulletin


Life is like a ten-speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.
Charles M. Schulz

Search by keyword: Happiness, Wisdom, Work, Science, Technology, Meditation, Joy, Love, Success, Education, Relationships, Life
Contribute To      
Upcoming Stories      

Subscribe to DailyGood

We've sent daily emails for over 16 years, without any ads. Join a community of 150,276 by entering your email below.

  • Email:
Subscribe Unsubscribe?


Trending DailyGoods May 29: 50 Eye-Opening Questions To Ask A Child (4,750 reads) May 24: 6 Ways to Make New Friends as an Adult (3,231 reads) Jun 1: What Should I Do Today? (2,731 reads) May 6: Sanctuaries of Silence (2,078 reads) May 28: Mastering the Art of Forgiveness (2,067 reads)

More ...