This is a beautiful, insightful interview. I appreciate the prospective on stress and time. Listen to the interview with the late Irish poet and philosopher, John O'Donohue ( link is top left under 'Listen') http://www.onbeing.org/program/inner-landscape-beauty/203

This is a beautiful, insightful interview. I appreciate the prospective on stress and time. Listen to the interview with the late Irish poet and philosopher, John O'Donohue ( link is top left under 'Listen') http://www.onbeing.org/program/inner-landscape-beauty/203

Being vs. Becoming: John Steinbeck on Creative Integrity, the Art of Changing Your Mind, the Humanistic Duty of the Artist | Brain Pickings

Being vs. Becoming: John Steinbeck on Creative Integrity, the Art of Changing Your Mind, the Humanistic Duty of the Artist

Being vs. Becoming: John Steinbeck on Creative Integrity, the Art of Changing Your Mind, the Humanistic Duty of the Artist | Brain Pickings

Here's what happens when a group of Jews and Muslims gathered for the most basic gesture of faith.

Here's what happens when a group of Jews and Muslims gathered for the most basic gesture of faith.

A Buddhist nun on the value of not only powering down our electronic devices but also quieting the racing mind. “You quickly learn that distractions are not just phone calls and emails. Our own mind and our longings, our cravings and our fantasies are also major distractions,” Pema Chödrön on The Importance of Powering Down

A Buddhist nun on the value of not only powering down our electronic devices but also quieting the racing mind. “You quickly learn that distractions are not just phone calls and emails. Our own mind and our longings, our cravings and our fantasies are also major distractions,” Pema Chödrön on The Importance of Powering Down

Alain de Botton is a philosopher who likes the best of religion, but doesn’t believe in God. So he’s created “The School of Life,” a secular community in London. He explains why wisdom and ritual shouldn’t be reserved just for believers.

Alain de Botton is a philosopher who likes the best of religion, but doesn’t believe in God. So he’s created “The School of Life,” a secular community in London. He explains why wisdom and ritual shouldn’t be reserved just for believers.

Does God Demand Sacrifice? The Muslim Case for a Bloodless Eid

Does God Demand Sacrifice? The Muslim Case for a Bloodless Eid

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