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Love Your Enemies. What Does It Mean? Can It Be Done?
Love comes in a variety of forms. We can love our families, our friends, our work, our home... but have we been able to fully embrace the possibility of loving our enemies? Here Benedictine monk Brother David Steindl-Rast translates this idealistic-sounding notion into a real world, every day context. Brother David proposes that so long as we have rigid convictions, we make ourselves 'enemies' of ... posted on Apr 17 2017, 7,298 reads


He Quit His Corporate Job to Help His City's Needy
How much of a difference can one person possibly make? Here's a great example. Five years ago, Goutham Kumar decided to walk away from a successful career and commit to helping others full time in his hometown of Hyderabad, India. It wasn't enough to be a passion; he wanted it to be his profession. First he started Save a Life, which aims at rescuing and rehabilitating the homeless. Then he starte... posted on Apr 16 2017, 6,920 reads


Billy Barr: The Snow Guardian
Who is Billy Barr and how has he single-handedly produced remarkable evidence of climate change? For the past four decades, Barr has lived alone in a cabin in the remote, ghost town of Gothic, Colorado in the Rocky Mountains, one of the United State's coldest locations. With no external incentives, or formal training in the field, he began keeping meticulous snowfall records to escape boredom duri... posted on Apr 15 2017, 2,619 reads


Viktor Frankl & the Search for Meaning
Few books of the last century have had a greater impact on our quest for meaning than Viktor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning. This all-time bestseller was written by a Jewish man who had just lost everything in the Holocaust. When Frankl, emaciated from concentration camps, returned to his beloved Vienna, no one was there to meet him. His mother had been gassed at Auschwitz. His brother had been... posted on Apr 14 2017, 15,122 reads


For the Love of Bees: A Conversation with Meredith May
"(My grandfather) instilled in me a love of bees and their gentle nature, but I think what I absorbed from it-- without even realizing it -- is how his relationship with the bees gave him a relationship with everybody up and down (Big Sur)." Award winning journalist, writer, and beekeeper, Meredith May talks about family, beekeeping, and storytelling. ... posted on Apr 13 2017, 2,586 reads


This Is A Poem That Heals Fish
What is a poem? The beautiful children's book, 'This Is a Poem That Heals Fish', follows the journey of a young boy seeking to answer just that. Written by French poet Jean-Pierre Simen and brilliantly translated into English by Claudia Zoe Bedrick, the story is as moving as it is profound. Poetry, by its very nature, is often elusive, and this is reflected in the responses of the characters who a... posted on Apr 12 2017, 9,545 reads


Jeannie Kahwajy: Catching Everything As Help
"I want to catch what people are offering, catch everything as help; like Aikido. Aikido is a martial art where it doesn't matter what intention somebody is moving towards you with. I can always catch it as helpful energy -- I get to develop this redirecting skill." Jeannie Kahwajy is an executive coach and the CEO of Effective Interactions. She believes an attitude of love is the most effective w... posted on Apr 11 2017, 7,154 reads


Getting Out of the Way: How a Doctor Learned to Heal
Healing comes from within. This is the conclusion of Dr. Steven Weiss who has practiced osteopathic medicine for the past 30 years. Using a wide range of modalities and traditions, Dr. Weiss has made it his aim to help people access the energies within to find their way to healing. By "Getting out of the way" he allows the healing energy to become accessible through him to those hidden places wher... posted on Apr 10 2017, 9,903 reads


Cash & Care for Criminals: Reducing Gun Violence
Operation Peace Fellowship was founded by a core group of ex-cons to bring an end to gun violence. Together, they are working in Richmond, CA and other cities around the US to help gun-prone, troubled youth graduate from high school, find jobs, and settle conflicts without guns. Unconventional approaches have been used, like paying criminals to put down their guns, but more importantly, says James... posted on Apr 09 2017, 2,522 reads


Angeles Arrien: On What Is Gratitude?
The expression of gratitude is the glue that holds society and relationships together, while its opposite - ingratitude - contributes to societal dissolution and separation. That means gratefulness is essential to humankind's sustainability and survival, whether cultural, psychological, physical, spiritual, or even financial. Cultural anthropologist and beloved author and teacher, Angeles Arrien s... posted on Apr 08 2017, 8,987 reads


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