Sunday, January 31, 2016

The Pollination Project: The Power of Small & Philanthropy

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January 31, 2016

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The Pollination Project: The Power of Small & Philanthropy

Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.

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The Pollination Project: The Power of Small & Philanthropy

The Pollination Project has a unique approach to philanthropy. It grants small donations of up to $1000 each day, to causes spanning all geographies, all unmet needs, and all issues. The common element for each grantee is that their work spread compassion. Founder Ari Nessel defines compassion, "being this ability to see yourself in others, and others in yourself. Wanting to reduce our collective suffering or collective injustice in existing world, and to co-create more kindness, more generosity, more love, and more connectedness." In this interview Nessel shares more about the origins of The Pollination Project and his own spiritual journey and awakening. { read more }

Be The Change

Consider the small things you can do right now that may result in large ripples of kindness. For inspiration, visit The Pollination Project website. { more }


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Saturday, January 30, 2016

A Beautiful Mind: A Conversation with Gina Sharpe

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A Beautiful Mind: A Conversation with Gina Sharpe

In presence, we see the beauty in what was previously unbeautiful.

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A Beautiful Mind: A Conversation with Gina Sharpe

What if "the real adventure and beauty in life does not consist in grand gestures but in imperceptible acts of daring -- moments of daring to be open, to listen, to not run away or defend ourselves from what arises"? In this interview, Tracy Cochran explores precisely this idea with Gina Sharpe, co-founder of Manhattan retreat center New York Insight. Their illuminating conversation explores how 'the basis of a beautiful life is a beautiful mind'. And prompts us on a path to seeing the world and each person around us, "so clearly that we see their part in the whole -- in other words, we see their beauty." { read more }

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Take a moment today to be present and see the beauty in that which you don't usually see as beautiful.


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Friday, January 29, 2016

Dr. Abdul Kalam on Life's Pursuit

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Dr. Abdul Kalam on Life's Pursuit

I would like to be remembered as a person who wanted to be free... so other people would be also free.

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Dr. Abdul Kalam on Life's Pursuit

This artful rendition of the inspiring words of the late former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, cautions us against the constant pursuit of material goods and status symbols, and prompts us instead towards discovering our own deepest dreams and convictions. { read more }

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Do your best to recognize your own inner beliefs and then take genuine steps to stay true to them. For inspiration here's a passage by John O'Donohue, 'From Sincerity to Authenticity'. { more }


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Thursday, January 28, 2016

We Are All Homeless

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We Are All Homeless

 
Many of us feel uncomfortable and nervous when we come across homeless people carrying signs asking for money. We cross the street or look away to avoid making eye contact. Designer and artist Willie Baronet started buying signs from the homeless as a way to deal with his discomfort. In 1993, he embarked on a cross-country trip, buying signs from homeless people from Seattle to New York City. Along the way, something in him shifted in the way he felt about the homeless, as he got to know them as people. It was no longer "them and me" - now it was "us."

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