Twenty dying people, at peace with their mortality, shared their views on life, love and death with a Los Angeles artist for an exhibit at the Museum of Tolerance.
The joys of living to 100
The secret joys of schadenfreude
It gives us gleeful moments of guilty pleasure. But finding fun in the misfortunes of others is also an emotion that plays a crucial part in binding society together
and why it doesn’t need to be ‘joy’
Tidying guru Marie Kondo advises us to ditch reading we don’t find joyful. But one’s personal library should do much more than anthologise warm feelings
Momo, London: ‘An unexpected joy’
Our reviewer returns to the place that made her want to be a restaurant critic more than 20 years ago
Where joy hides and how to find it
Cherry blossoms and rainbows, bubbles and googly eyes: Why do some things seem to create such universal joy? In this captivating talk, Ingrid Fetell Lee reveals the surprisingly tangible roots of joy and shows how we all can find -- and create -- more of it in the world around us.
What Makes Senegal Such a Joy to Watch
Burned out and overwhelmed: should you embrace the joy of no?
Once we were pressured to acquire things and do more with our lives. Now, we’re being told to declutter our homes and diaries. What happened to just being ourselves?
The joy of necks: why everyone's wearing high necklines
Polo necks have been to this decade what miniskirts were to the 1960s. And, from the Oscars to the catwalks, the high-collared silhouette still reigns supreme
The joy of pettiness: why everyone needs an office nemesis
Most people in a survey say they have a workplace enemy. Maybe we all need somebody who can be a cheerily oblivious outlet for our antagonism
How to turn fleeting joy into long-term happiness
Taking a few moments each day to cultivate a sense of gratitude will set you on the right path.
The Netflix baking competition “Nailed It” teaches us how to find joy in failure
The show reveals how falling short can be deliciously subversive, and even downright fun.
The day the music died and how a hospital lost its joy
We all know that certain songs can send us down memory lane, for better or worse. Music can also help with healing.
Discover the Joy and Meaning of Life through Science by Planting a Tree
Geobiologist Hope Jahren: studying the natural world of plants helps us transcend our human form, find joy and meaning in life, and feel more at home in this world we all journey through.
In Photos Unpublished for 100 Years, the Joy of War’s End on Armistice Day
As crowds gathered in New York, Paris and London, photographers captured the public’s jubilant mood.
Secret Santa Allows Homeless Man To Experience The Joy Of Giving
An anonymous donor gave a homeless man $3,000 with one condition – that he give it all away.
'It was the ultimate level of joy': when Fiorentina last won a trophy
With Fiorentina in the hunt for the Coppa Italia this season, four players from their 2001 side recall their previous triumph
Why killing of 4 rape accused by Hyderabad Police is no cause for joy
Police said the four accused gangraped and murdered 27-year-old Hyderabad doctor. They were shot dead after they tried to escape, claimed police. This is all police's version. No law in India sanctions encounter of accused by police.
Bon appétit! How I rediscovered the joys of French cuisine
Like many Britons, Felicity Cloake lost her passion for steak frites and creme brulee when more exotic options appeared – so she embarked on a tour of France to find it. Plus: five recipes that fanned the flame
Facebook And Mortality: Why Your Incessant Joy Gives Me The Blues
Has the social media site been good for our mental health or not? The evidence isn't straightforward, researchers say, despite lots of study. How Facebook makes you feel may depend on how you use it.