iGOD explores the diverse beliefs about the Divine by asking these questions to regular folks, religious leaders/members of the clergy, and best-selling spiritual authors like Neale Donald Walsch, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Gregg Braden, Rabbi Michael Lerner, James Van Praagh, Alan Cohen, Amit Goswami, and Barbara Marx Hubbard. Perhaps through this exploration we can finally begin to understand
what God really is, what God wants, who we really are, and why we are here.
“I do talk to myself a lot and say ‘you can do this, you can do this’ and I give myself certain tips if it’s an obstacle I’m familiar with,” she said.
Kacy Catanzaro Coached by her boyfriend Brent Steffensen, a former Ninja Warrior and
empowered by positive self affirmations won the competition.
Man acts as human chair for lady in elevator
Who says chivalry is dead?
One man in an elevator took the meaning
of a "gentleman" to a whole new level.
Go ahead. Sit on me. Human chair proves chivalry isn't dead.
CNN's Jeanne Moos
The video from Darling Magazine, director Nathanael T. Presley asks himself that very question. His answer has three parts.
"I choose people," he says, "for the ability to grieve, to comfort, to hold, to say, 'I love you' when I'm young and still mean it when I'm old."
The Untethered Soul, author Michael Singer