Drop in extreme poverty, Relief for Alzheimer’s, How the Dalai Lama starts his day, and more…

Changes in humankind.

The Dalai Lama begins his day embracing gratitude and kindness. Why wouldn’t you?

Today we see 137,000 people leave extreme poverty and 3 more world-changing charts.

A new treatment could bring some relief for Alzheimer’s very soon.

Nobel prize winner, microloan pioneer Muhammad Yunus: ‘We are all entrepreneurs.’

India wants women engineers banned from nightshifts so they can be better mothers.

The Dalai Lama begins his day embracing gratitude and kindness. Why wouldn’t you?

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