A retired exec-turned-woodturner follows his compass to reveal the inner beauty of felled trees in massive, delicate works of art.
On Being Blog
A testament to the power of religious language, Paul Harvey, and the dream of America presented through rural imagery?
Our capsule of inspiration for the week includes a new way forward for visualizing our work, fantasy, Epiphany, and the sage words of a French Buddhist monk.
The second installment in our sketchnotes series that teases out the highlights of Krista's conversation with an American Muslim activist making a difference in Chicago.
A photographic tour of the biggest holiday for Ethiopian Orthodox Christians. The religious relic known as the Ark of the Covenant holds a special role in this celebration.
This week's On Being roundup: Learning to be of interest to each other from Richard Blanco and Elizabeth Alexander, a guided meditation, and Twitter conversation about what the rise of "Nones" really says about America's religious landscape.
A "sketchnoter" offers a new way to visualize our own conversations. When what you see lures you to listen and read.
A Jewish Arbor Day, this Jewish holiday is experiencing new life as Jews become more ecologically concerned.
An evolving conversation thread about the "Nones" who are the subject of so much discussion and media coverage nowadays. Add your two bits and help us flesh out this story!
On the 40th anniversary of the momentous court decision, a telling graphic on public thinking around abortion rights.