We asked some of our teen readers how they put the Art of Loving into practice and opened up the field for them to submit their own illustrated true-life experiences. They are a real inspiration!
November 2013 Articles Archive
How can we stop to fight about different opinions, especially about what is right and wrong? We need to climb above the apparent contradictions that divide us, putting mutual charity first…
By John Green
Dealing with plagiarism is always delicate. A teacher understood though that it is not enough to simply enforce a “no plagiarism” rule, but instead helping the student to discover her own creativity.
By Maria Villar
To dance beautifully, live beautifully: Joelma Regis shares how she get her artistic inspiration for her choreographies.
She’s a Democrat, he’s a Republican — but Dick and Shirley Marquis from Tucson, Arizona, maintain peace in their “mixed marriage.” Here’s how they found a way to communicate about hot issues…
Everybody tried to stay away from this lady, for good reasons. But I realized that being kind in this case meant being ready to set aside my own interests for my neighbor — and switch desks.
A Syrian designer quit her job in the fashion industry to work with refugees. She had to find her way to deal with the cultural and religious differences…
By Rahmé Briki, Damascus
Have you ever wondered how the global citizens of the future will access the knowledge of their cultures and heritage that are increasingly being stored only on the Internet, vulnerable to disappear at any time? The Internet Archives aims to link the events, ideas and lessons learned from one generation to the next.
“The answer isn’t to run away, but to stay:” Despite the difficulties, a retiree gets involved in politics — and becomes a bridge between the different parties.
A cornbread casserole for special occasions: how a turning point in life led to new recipes
By Dora Trevino
Denise Coyle, a former New Jersey Assembly woman, describes the rules of “the rough game” she fell in love with: politics…
By Jade Giaccobe
The first meeting of the homeowner’s association. Beyond landscaping, establishing rules and the money in the association’s bank account, there is suddenly an opportunity: reach out to get to know your neighbor…
By Dana and Steve Becker
Hearts in action: 11 lively city girls from Chicago visit a nursing home in the countryside. Between fun and hard work, they discover the secret of giving…
By Ana Paula Panzarini