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What Critically Ill Kids Can Teach Us
"In 2013, Shay Beider accompanied an anxious little boy into the office of Dr. Fayez Ghishan, the Physician in Chief and a pediatric gastroenterologist at Diamond Childrens Hospital in Tucson, Arizona. The boy was soon to undergo an endoscopy, an invasive scope to examine the digestive tract. Such procedures could be traumatic for children because they required an IV placement; nurses often had to... posted on Jun 18 2021, 1,482 reads


The Third Harmony
In this short film made by the Metta Center for Nonviolence, veteran activists make clear the need for nonviolence on a worldwide scale at this critical stage in human evolution--not just to solve problems in an isolated crisis but as a way of life that can change the world for all of us. According to Dr. Bernard LaFayette, founder of the Center for Nonviolence & Peace studies, the challenge for e... posted on Jun 17 2021, 1,401 reads


Melanie DeMore: Sending You Light
Singer-songwriter Melanie DeMore has a captivating voice-- a voice that blends her original music with African American folk music, spirituals, and ballads. Through her music and catalytic presence DeMore has uplifted and unified diverse audiences. She has been called in to sing at the bedside of newborns as well as the dying. She has taught and performed in schools, prisons, coffee houses and con... posted on Jun 16 2021, 4,187 reads


On Barry Lopez: Now That It's Come to This
"Once, before I knew him well, I asked Barry Lopez the earliest thing he could remember. Without missing a beat, the most widely traveled and sophisticated spiritual seeker in North American letters in a century--a writer of mystical sensitivity and grace, who'd been up to his armpits in snow, tracking wolves in Alaska, and who charted the migration of snow geese across Canada, who listened to Ind... posted on Jun 15 2021, 2,185 reads


Probable Impossibilities
"In Probable Impossibilities: Musings on Beginnings and Endings, the poetic physicist Alan Lightman sieves four centuries of scientific breakthroughs, from Kepler's revolutionary laws of planetary motion to the thousands of habitable exoplanets discovered by NASAs Kepler mission, to estimate that even with habitable planets orbiting one tenth of all stars, the faction of living matter in the unive... posted on Jun 14 2021, 2,019 reads


Her Art Informed Science: Maria Sibylla Merian
"I am an insect ecologist and a field biologist; Maria Sibylla Merian's work forms the very foundations of my discipline. Yet I am ashamed to confess that until relatively recently I was unaware of the magnitude of Merian's contribution to biology. It has only been in the last few decades that recognition for her scientific contributions has had a resurgence." Learn more about this remarkable woma... posted on Jun 13 2021, 2,653 reads


How to Write Love
"Stranger Care is Sarah Sentilless heartbreaking, heart-expanding account of her relationship with her foster daughter, Coco--although saying that is a bit like saying Walden is a book about a pond. It is, but ponds are just the beginning. It is, and yet, well never look at ponds the same way again. After Stranger Care, Ill never look at mothers the same way again. Or daughters. Or parenting. Or c... posted on Jun 12 2021, 2,361 reads


The Art of Weaving
Being a home weaver is a revolutionary act. Jessica Green shares her life as a weaver, "remembering the importance and sacredness of cloth"; and as a homesteading anti-capitalist entrepreneur. "Being a weaver and a homesteader," Green says, "is a lifestyle that's based both in remembering and trailblazing." Follow her as she takes wool from sheep to woven cloth and explains her choices to "live wi... posted on Jun 11 2021, 1,529 reads


Four Stages of Groundedness
"The ground is both a metaphor and a felt sense. As a metaphor, it means to be in touch with reality. As a felt sense, it refers to feeling our center of gravity low in the belly and experiencing a deep silence, stability, and connection with the whole of life. Feeling grounded does not require contact with the earth; it can happen anywhere and anytime -- even when we're flat on our backs in a row... posted on Jun 10 2021, 3,950 reads


7 Principles of Meaningful Relationships for Servant Leaders
"A company is a collection of people working toward a shared goal that they couldn't otherwise do on their own. In essence, the foundation of work is relationships.
However, often when we are stuck, especially in work, it is because we interact with others transactionally instead of engaging with them, human to human. And when we are unhappy at work, we might blame it on someone else but th... posted on Jun 09 2021, 4,157 reads


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