Universal Force - Letter From Albert Einstein

by GEM Magazine / Jul 03, 2015 / Comments

When I proposed the theory of relativity, very few understood me, and what I will reveal now to transmit to mankind will also collide with the misunderstanding and prejudice in the world.

5 Signs That You're Outgrowing Yourself

by GEM Magazine / Jun 30, 2015 / Comments

A challenge to your well-being is precisely what it takes to catalyze lasting and meaningful personal transformation, and you must awaken and overcome, facing the worst of yourself in order to discover the better version of yourself in waiting.

Identify Yourself – You Are Not a Sum of Your Parts

by GEM Magazine / Jun 30, 2015 / Comments

A world where everyone will be allowed to embrace both the masculine and feminine within them, regardless of what they look like. A world where everyone is allowed to just be themselves. That’s the world I want to live in.

Hostion Ho - The Heart Of Home

by GEM Magazine / Jun 27, 2015 / Comments

Yes, we are so different. We belong to different oceans, have different temperatures and depth, but now I see there are metaphorical rivers running between us, connecting us, and uniting us.

Charlie Hebdo - A Unique Perspective

by GEM Magazine / Jun 26, 2015 / Comments

The bad thing about free speech is that, depending on who's doling it out, it's not necessarily tasteful, appropriate or respectful. Just because we have the right to say something, does it mean it should be said?

Marianne Wright - When Life Gives You Cancer...

by GEM Magazine / Jun 25, 2015 / Comments

At times, I was so low I believed that the entire purpose of my existence had been to simply get cancer and die. I certainly hadn’t prepared myself for 'The Aftermath', a period of depression which mainly revolved around my chosen career path.

Apologies To The Feminine - From A Warrior In Transition

by GEM Magazine / Jun 24, 2015 / Comments

I want to want you not because it gratifies my ego, not because you are outwardly beautiful, but because your very presence invites my true self out of hiding. I want to touch you with my heart on my sleeve, to know chemistry between us that is not gender identified, but that is essence sourced.

Julie French - Defeating Our Unhealthy Relationship With Food

by GEM Magazine / Jun 20, 2015 / Comments

I would catch myself looking at those fitness magazines with all the ripped (dehydrated, photoshopped and malnourished) models and dream about one day making it on one of the front cover.

Robert M. Drake - Change

by GEM Magazine / Jun 19, 2015 / Comments

Maybe today you are you, but maybe tomorrow you will be someone else. That alone is everything worth looking forward to.

A Lesson In Gratitude From Africa

by Kressa Sisu / Jun 18, 2015 / Comments

Humans have a natural tendency to gloss over the ordinary and go straight to the thing that they are lacking or brings them frustrating. It takes away the happiness and satisfaction that we could be feeling. The more we focus on what isn’t working the less we can see what is working.