Jun 30, 2013-- Change happens when we think differently about the stories that we hold about ourselves and others. In the case of best-selling author, Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen, her approach to medicine changed when she stopped perceiving her patients as broken beings who needed to be fixed, but rather, as "an infinite number of tiny sparks of wholeness" that merely need to be restored to their complete state. In this beautiful piece Dr. Remen shares an ancient story of wholeness, and uses it to redefine what it means to create change within oneself, one's organization and the world. (51154 reads)
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