Thursday, March 31, 2016

Planting Seeds

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Mar 31, 2016
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Planting Seeds

 
"The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit." ~Nelson Henderson. This latest music video by the singer/songwriter team of Nimo Patel and Daniel Nahmod and filmmaker Ellie Walton captures the joy, introspection and inspiration in the song, "Planting Seeds." The song was inspired by Daniel Nahmod's original 2006 Water album, which captures the spirit of doing our part (planting the seeds), but then letting go and not holding on to what may come.

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Six Cities Designed for Health

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Six Cities Designed for Health

Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.

- Warren Buffett -

Six Cities Designed for Health

What would it look like if cities were designed for health and happiness of its residents? The YES! magazine profiled 6 such cities which are taking steps -- from creating new distributed green spaces that will improve water quality, to developing opportunities for greater community interaction, to forging partnerships to support holistic medical options -- to helping residents live more healthful and equitable lives. { read more }

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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Path to Freedom: A Former Prison Monk's Amazing Work

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Path to Freedom: A Former Prison Monk's Amazing Work

He who puts an end to former crimes
By taking up the way of peace,
Illuminates the world
Like the moon freed from a veil of clouds.

- Buddha -

Path to Freedom: A Former Prison Monk's Amazing Work

Redemption and transformation can occur in even the harshest of surroundings. During his 14-year incarceration Fleet Maull found meditation. With meditation he found a freedom that transcended prison walls. After his release he returns to prison to teach meditation, healthy survival skills and share his story of meaningful change. 1 out of every 100 Americans is currently behind bars. And 700,000 of them will go home this year. The Prison Mindfulness Institute's "Path of Freedom" program teaches prisoners strategies for surviving on the "inside". This video features a few of the program participants in a Rhode Island medium-security prison working toward forgiveness, peace and freedom. It challenges us to always embrace the potential for transformation and the responsibility we share in helping each other find our paths to freedom. { read more }

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Join a global conference call with Fleet Maull this Saturday, and learn more about his inspiring work! You can RSVP here. { more }


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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Be The Punchline

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Be The Punchline

Laughter is the closest distance between two people.

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In comedy, first there is the setup, then the punchline. In his life, comedian Michael Jr. understands that doing TV shows and making people laugh is just the setup. His punchline is to make laughter commonplace in uncommon places. Watch this film to learn about one of the most powerful moments in Michael Jr.'s comedy career. { read more }

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How can you shift the paradigm from "getting to giving" in your life? You don't need to be a comedian to be the punchline.


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