Abdul Sattar Edhi Father Teresa: Legacy of Compassion

Abdul Sattar Edhi Called Father Teresa He was one of the most important public figures in Pakistan. He came to Pakistan totally broke, “My parents never wanted to ask anyone for money.” They said, “start something that serves the public – even in extreme hardship.” “My religion is humanitarianism, which is the basis of every religion in…

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Third Grade Students Study “The Golden Rule”

Students Produce Poem from “The Golden Rule” A third grade team of students at Muddy Brook Elementary School in Great Barrington, MA are working on a thoughtful project that relates to kindness and the Golden Rule. It is “to develop a unit of study based on Norman Rockwell’s and living illustrator Jerry Pinkney’s work. The unit…

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Knowing Your Goal: 99 Days of Goodology

Know Your Reason: 99 Days of Goodology! Why are you interested this topic? It’s all about you – your reason desire goal. You could tune in for personal development (and “self-improvement”) reasons. You may want to be more competitive in your work life. You want to be better. You want to be stronger. You want to…

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Iowa Pageant Winner Born with disability Raises Awareness

“It’s okay to stare.” That’s what Nicole Kelly from Davenport, Iowa said about living her life with a disability. She was born without a left forearm. She didn’t want her disability to define her. She has a disarming and refreshing attitude. She is sincere and ambitious. According to the Daily Mail, an important part of…

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Las Vegas Cabbie Finds and Returns $300,000

What would you do if you found $300,000? Honestly, that’s a hard one. That’s a lot of money. It’s cash! Me? What do I think? I spend time volunteering with homeless children. So, that’s where my first thoughts go. We all could find uses for the money. But, honesty is the best policy. Gerardo Gamboa…

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At Risk Students Make Parents Proud with 98% Graduation Rate

What are the expectations for children growing up in the inner city? Well, in this particular section of Philadelphia the expectation is that only 60% finish high school. But, the students at Girard College have different plans. They are setting new standards. It’s so impressive that 98% of the kids have graduated. The population of…

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Learn to Read at Age 70 – Alferd Williams

Alferd Williams says it’s never too late to learn. He began helping a single mother by walking her three children to school. He helped care for the kids in the afternoon also, but could not help them with their homework because he never did learn to read. He was Born in 1937  in Arkansas. He went…

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GP005: Positivity Expert Carol CC Miller Shares

http://traffic.libsyn.com/goodology/GP_005.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSCarol CC Miller is living a positive life. She recently was part of a book by Will Bowen that details 50 of the happiest people sharing Happy Stories. Listen here. Global Free Hugs Carol CC Miller’s Website Positive Focus on Facebook…

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GP004: Jodi Sykes Survives Incurable Cancer and Living La Vida Lymphoma

http://traffic.libsyn.com/goodology/GP004.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSListen to the Podcast HERE. Jodi Sykes books: Living La Vida (Lymphoma) The House on Pancake Hill I Am Special – The Power is in ME! (Empowering Children’s Series) Jodi’s website is here. Jodi’s blog is here. Jodi’s Facebook page is…

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Ty Allan Jackson is Promoting Literacy to Kids

http://traffic.libsyn.com/goodology/GP_003.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSTy Allan Jackson’s son asked to start a lemonade stand. Like any good dad, Ty said, “sure!” To Ty’s surprise,  his son to make FIFTY DOLLARS! With that kind of money, Ty wanted to teach his son about saving money and…

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