If you need to feel inspired or reminded of the blessings in your own life, you should tune in to the My Life is True project. The thought-provoking My Life is True project invites you into the lives of ordinary people who volunteer their own profound trials and tribulations that resulted from the harsh economic times. Each person's story, produced by KQED, is no longer than two minutes and airs as public radio commentary on Perspectives and Marketplace. It's truly eye-opening to hear from people who have been on the front lines of the recession and survived. This project is a testament to Atticus Finch's famous words: "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view; until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it."