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A Workshop for Civility The late Vaclav Havel wrote that civility can only come about through the "complex, long-term, and never-ending work involving education and self-education." In this enlightening article from aspen.…
Erasing Hurtful Speech A vow to carefully choose your vocabulary.
This Changes Everything Heard about the Internet's creepy next wave? If you haven't, Sue Halpern's coverage of four recent books on the subject gives you a front-row seat on the spectacle that is slowly and quietly unfoldi…
Watch Your Tongue Be very intentional about your speech.
Smiling as Mouth Yoga How we marvel at the delightful smile of an infant; there's little we won't do to win another one! As we grow older the act of smiling changes into a complex nonverbal interchange; a smile is part o…
A Summer Evening on Skagen's Beach Reflections on a painting of a prayer stroll at the transition between day and night.
A Prayer for a Purpose in Life Creator of Meaning, many people do not seem to have the time, the energy, or the focus to develop a life enhancing purpose. Study: In an article in The New York Times, Patrick Hill, a psychologi…
Emotional Intelligence A month of quotes and excerpts about getting in touch with your emotions.
Micropreneurs Reframing Work In the last five years, according to authors Daniele Logue and Markus Hollerer writing on the conversation.com, the sharing economy or "micropreneurs" have been redefining work in a variety of ways.…
Yoga Quotes to appreciate and explore the spiritual, physical, psychological, and societal dimensions of this practice.