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How To Treat People

[embed]https://youtu.be/MIn69oelvTY[/embed] Molly Case is a nurse, born and raised in south London. She’s also a spoken word artist, influenced by the early hip hop and rap of Tupac and Eminem. In 2013 she achieved international recognition for her poem, “Nursing the Nation.” Case had been invited to...

School for Broken Hearts

[caption id="attachment_1414" align="alignleft" width="410"] The School of Broken Hearts, Seihon Cho[/caption] Zen Buddhist teacher and author, leads a session at the School of Broken Hearts, a nonprofit that offers group counseling and meditation for people experiencing challenges in life. Haemin Sunim Haemin Sunim, the Zen Buddhist monk who...

Gita – How an Ancient Manuscript can Help You Today

[embed]https://youtu.be/I4wvXHXmNoA[/embed] How an Ancient Transcript Can Help Today The Gita is an ancient manuscript considered by many to be one of the most renowned guides for a meditation in a development and happiness. It was written in 500 B.C. and it's said the three aspects of...

Woman Travels Across Country Searching for Acts of Kindness

[embed]https://youtu.be/CVYLGA-bJZs[/embed] Woman Travels Across Country Searching for Acts of Kindness  by Heather McElhatton Mary Latham is 32 years old, and she’s searching for acts of kindness. She’s in the middle of an epic road trip across all fifty United States, looking for acts of kindness great and...

Write a Legacy Letter – So your great grandchildren remember you

[embed]https://youtu.be/9ySIU2S4JUU[/embed] Legacy Letters [caption id="attachment_1444" align="alignright" width="300"] Suzanne Pekow Carlson, Legacy Letter Navigator[/caption] So, how many of your great grand parents can you name? We all have 8 great-grandparents, but most people can only name 2 or 3 at most. That means the odds are your great grand-children...

Jane the Death Doula

Jane Whitlock:  My husband was super duper healthy, forty-nine (years old), a marathon runner, and he got diagnosed with stage four kidney cancer and basically died after a four-month struggle. Heather McElhatton: Jane Whitlock felt physically suported by hospice staff during her husbands death, but not...

Mark Nepo: We Are More Together Than Alone

Heather McElhatton:  Today, we meet a cancer survivor who writes about resilience. His name is Mark Nepo, he's 67 years old. He's a poet, philosopher, teacher and cancer survivor. He lives in southwest Michigan and he's just published his twentieth book, titled: "More together Than...

Witness

Elie Wiesel was a teacher above all else Ariel Burger’s debut novel, "WITNESS" recounts his years as Elie Wiesel's teaching assistant. Most of the world knows Wiesel as a Holocaust survivor, a human rights activist, a confidante of president and prime ministers, and a Nobel Peace...

Irene O’Garden: Taking Risks Heals Trauma

[embed]https://youtu.be/3wuxM3VT3Og[/embed] Irene O’Garden: Risking the Rapids of Life Irene O’Garden and other members of her family took a whitewater canoe trip that skirted disaster. Along with the terror and trauma of that trip came an unlikely side effect: healing. The award-winning author and poet tells the story in...