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111 Trees
When a marble mine began to strip a village of its forests, the people of Piplantri, India, developed a tree-planting project that reclaims a vital and ancient relationship between trees and women.... posted on Feb 19 2020, 1,958 reads

 

Jane Rosen: Stay Here. Tell My Story.
"When I arrived from New York and got planted on this horse ranch where I was renting a house, I was supposed to go back to New York, which is my home. I couldnt quite make up my mind what I wanted to do. Then one day I was walking and something called me. I looked up and there was a red-tailed hawk circling over my head. I heard a voice say, clear as day, 'Stay here. Tell my story.'" Artist Jane ... posted on Feb 18 2020, 2,078 reads

 

Justin Michael Williams: Stay Woke
"Justin Michael Williams is a meditation teacher and personal coach who is also a Billboard top 20 recording artist. With Sounds True, he has published Stay Woke: A Meditation Guide for the Rest of Us. In this special video episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Justin about his upcoming "Stay Woke, Give Back" tour, in which he will explain his unique approach to meditation and gi... posted on Feb 17 2020, 2,433 reads

 

A Simple Way to Break a Bad Habit
Psychiatrist Judson Brewer studies the relationship between mindfulness and addiction-- from smoking to overeating to all those other things we do even though we know they're bad for us. In this TedMed Talk, learn more about the mechanism of habit development and discover how being curious might help you beat your next urge to smoke, snack or check a text while driving.... posted on Feb 16 2020, 4,105 reads

 

She Transformed Her Trauma into a Path of Service
Arranged marriages can often throw up surprises. Out of the shadows of Uma Preman's traumatic youth and unhappy marriage she crafted a life that has touched thousands of others -- her difficulties forged within her both the skills and motivation to help disadvantaged Indians gain access to medical treatment.
This inspiring BBC story shares more.... posted on Feb 15 2020, 3,003 reads

 

Love Letters from La Pineta
"Love Letters from la Pineta" by DailyGood volunteer Jane Jackson is more than a book -- it is a living gesture of love that wings its way between the visible and invisible world. A book that embodies hospitality in its deepest sense. For to truly welcome love and all its bright gifts we are required to keep our hearts open when grief's shadow descends. And that is exactly what Jane does in this b... posted on Feb 14 2020, 2,293 reads

 

The Wonder of the Universe is Wondering in Us
Paul Fleischman is the author of numerous books, and has been honored by the American Psychiatric Association for his unique contributions to psychiatry and religion. He points to our sense of wonder as the apparatus by which we experience the intelligence of the universe within. "The wonder of the universe is wondering in us, he writes. And, To live with wonder one must persevere in unknowing, re... posted on Feb 13 2020, 24,781 reads

 

Cats, Cancer, and the Kindness of a Stranger
"I had all three of my sons, plus three of their friends. This was the first time in over five years that my oldest son, Lee, 18 years old, came along. His special needs had evolved to where he no longer enjoyed leaving home very much or being outside in nature. Most recently, he did not want to leave our 3 beloved cats--especially his handsome tuxedo cat Norman Ruffles." A summer trip with teenag... posted on Feb 12 2020, 4,186 reads

 

Three Ideas. Three Contradictions. Or Not.
Hannah Gadsby skewers the straight world's dismissal and outright hostility toward the LGBTQ community in her stand-up sets, stage performances and television shows. Her groundbreaking special "Nanette" broke comedy. In this 2019 TED Talk about truth and purpose, she shares three ideas and three contradictions. Or not.... posted on Feb 11 2020, 3,434 reads

 

Insight-Out: Guiding Rage into Power
This powerful video takes us inside San Quentin Prison to witness 32 men in one circle who reclaim who they really are over the course of 52 weeks in the GRIP Program (Guiding Rage Into Power). GRIP transforms these men who have committed violent crimes into non-violent Peacemakers as they learn to change their own behavior and to further become agents of change so that they can diffuse conflict a... posted on Feb 10 2020, 1,676 reads

 

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