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If You’re Looking to Strengthen Your Family, This Message Is For You.

This edition of The Sunday Paper is dedicated to strengthening our families, to sharing more love in our families, to accepting our families and all those in it, and to caring for our common home. Family has always been the most important part of my life. It’s what brings me joy. It's ...

This Family’s Foster Care Story Will Inspire Your Heart

Extending a hand to the most vulnerable among us is a privilege. Every week in Maria's publication The Sunday Paper, we honor individuals who are using their voices, their hearts and their minds to Move Humanity Forward. This week, we honor Rob and Reece Scheer as our Architects of Ch...

Want to Strengthen Your Family’s Values? Try This.

Architect of Change Sean Covey, a motivational speaker, the EVP of Global Solutions and Partnerships for FranklinCovey, and the New York Times-bestselling author of the books The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make, The 7 Habits of Happy Kids, and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Te...

The Power of Boredom, Breaks and Creativity

This week’s edition of The Sunday Paper is dedicated to the benefits of boredom. Today, we share insights from Architects of Change who can educate you on the value of taking a break from the norm, and how doing so will allow you to tap into your creativity and find your voice to dream. ...

Tara Brach Is Inspiring Calm and Compassion Across the World

Pausing, finding a quiet space, and opening up to the present moment exposes us to our unlived life. Every week in Maria's publication The Sunday Paper, we honor individuals who are using their voices, their hearts and their minds to Move Humanity Forward. This week, we honor Tara Bra...

How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive and Creative Self

Boredom is a luxury we should give ourselves permission to indulge in more often. It’s good for our brains, our sanity, and for keeping in touch with ourselves. On the subway this morning, a sticky mid-July Thursday, the woman sitting next to me started yelling into her phone: Don't forge...

The Science Behind Why Boredom Is Better For Your Brain

Those moments when we don't have to focus on anything in particular, and can allow our minds to roam free, are actually quite valuable. If alien anthropologists are observing humans right now, they would assume that the worst thing we can ever be is bored. We whip out our phones while waiti...

Want to Find Your Purpose? Spend More Time Alone.

It's only when we step away from those distractions and take the time to think and reflect that we can come to a deeper understanding of who we are. I recently wrote a book called The Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life that Matters, which is about how people can lead lives of depth and sign...

A Conversation With Jane Goodall: 4 Lessons on Aging, Communicating & the Environment

Jane Goodall exhibits an enviable calm about her life’s third act. “I’m not afraid of death. Just the dying part; it depends what you die of. I don’t now what happens when we die. I just feel there’s something else. To me, death is kind of an adventure,” she reveals with ease as ...

These Great Dames Are Aging Gracefully

The women in this issue of The Sunday Paper are cut from the same cloth and the same mold as my mother (although they brush their hair, wear beautiful clothes, etc.). They are all still at it. They own the room when they walk in. They are personally inspiring to me because age doesn't slow th...