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Dailygood.org claims to exist simply to spread the good and “inspire you to make a difference.” The site offers wisdom from “famous sages,” ranging from ancient Roman philosopher Seneca to 20th-century novelist Henry Miller.

Dailyzen.com hopes to make you “less stressed and, possibly, more enlightened.” The site features an online meditation space for you to study and ponder “introspective Buddhist musings.” Sign up to receive a monthly journal of Zen, Buddhist, and Taoist classics.

Dailystrength.org provides “sympathetic ears 24/7.” Whether you’re suffering from a breakup, death in the family, or just a case of the blues, its “supportive communities” provide resources for treatments of all kinds.
Source: Self

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