How to hold onto a sense of wonder
Katherine May's new book examines the idea of awakening wonder in an "anxious age." And when I tell you that I dogeared almost every page in this book, I'm telling God's honest truth.
Letting go of hate by questioning the very idea of evil
Author Simran Jeet Singh talks about how to move beyond hate and anger to see the humanity in others.
A terminally ill doctor reflects on his discoveries around psychedelics and cancer
Dr. Roland Griffiths talks about his research involving administering magic mushrooms to cancer patients and his own terminal diagnosis.
He helped cancer patients find peace through psychedelics. Then came his diagnosis
Roland Griffiths is known as the scientist who helped prove that psychedelics can alleviate depression and mental anguish in cancer patients. That pursuit has since become a lot more personal.
Rainn Wilson talks about his lifelong spiritual journey
As part of the new series "Enlighten Me," NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with the actor Rainn Wilson about how his spiritual identity has evolved through his life.
Wrapped in a blanket, this cozy community poem celebrates rest and relaxation
NPR Poet in Residence Kwame Alexander asked listeners to write a poem about napping. We recieved 1,200 poems that talked about the importance of rest and relaxation.
In a major blow to Putin, Russia says it has fully withdrawn from Kherson
The Russian Defense Ministry says it has completed its withdrawal from the strategically important city of Kherson in southern Ukraine.
Ahead of Midterms, the White House insisted Biden's programs were popular
Control of congress is undetermined but we do know that the overwhelming victories that the GOP predicted did not happen, despite historic trends that usually give the party out of power huge wins.
How the hot-button issues of abortion and inflation played out in Midterm elections
Heading into the midterm elections, abortion rights and the economy were very important issues to voters.
Netflix's new season of 'The Crown' debuts at a controversial moment
Season 5 of the Netflix drama begins streaming Wednesday, and offers sordid details from the life of a younger Prince Charles — just as the real-life Charles has begun his reign as king.