It’s Never Too Late

 “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” ~George Eliot By Linda Lochridge Hoenigsberg If I had to pick a “life” virtue, one that I believe I have cultivated the most in my life, it would be perseverance. To quote Stacey Thompson, founder of Virtues for Life, perseverance “is the will […]

I Shall Forever Remain Grateful!

“Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves” ~James Matthew Barrie Evelyn, a young woman from Ghana, expresses her gratefulness to the people who have helped her along her journey to healing.  The power of gratitude cannot be mistaken in the beauty of her heartfelt words of thanks. by Evelyn Srumawuda Amegbletor […]

One Man’s Commitment to a Healthier World

On the virtue of commitment: A simple commitment that Noah Lam made to himself has now become a commitment to the world, a healthier world where parents live longer for their children. Noah has inspired many. One step at a time! by Noah Lam  I never ran more than a mile in my entire life, […]

Father Forgives Son’s Killer

On January 21, 1995, Tariq Khamisa, age 20, while delivering pizza in San Diego, CA, was shot and killed by a 14-year-old gang member, Tony Hicks. Tony had taken this order to shoot Tariq from an 18-year-old gang member.Tariq was a great soul, wise, charismatic, good-looking, a college student with a beautiful girlfriend who he […]

Forgiving My Father

by Cindy Holbrook I grew up with a verbally and physically abusive father. He was like two different people. He was the strong loving protector, but he also had a dark evil side.My family was pretty happy while dad was at work. My four siblings and I held our breath when he came home. Our […]

A Father and Daughter’s Journey

by Joy Sherman My dad was a frequent visitor to 9 west, the Oncology floor at Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut. We would often walk the halls when he had the energy, or I would wheel him around just to give him a different perspective than the four walls of his room. This world […]