I’m in love with this video and I am passing it along because it is precious, NOT to encourage anyone to interact similarly with an elephant seal. Thank you to @simplyhealthy ! NOTE: Do NOT try this at home. Read the comments below. Here are some of the comments regarding the video when it was posted at … Continue reading
Brené is the author of The Gifts of Imperfection: Letting Go of Who We Think We Should Be and Embracing Who We Are (Hazelden, 2010) and I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t): Telling the Truth About Perfectionism, Inadequacy, and Power (Penguin/Gotham, 2007). Her next book, Wholehearted: Spiritual Adventures in Falling Apart, Growing Up, and Finding … Continue reading
“One of the funniest films of recent years.” -New York Magazine I am such a proud distant ex-girlfriend of a friend who was good friends with a person who was born to be the superstar Power. Yes, that’s right folks. I knew the insanely sexy writer-director-lead actor in this film, Ari Gold, back in college when he … Continue reading
Take a moment away from fixing the world to appreciate the beauty! Macy Gray – Beauty In The World.
United Nations – The Universal Declaration of Human Rights http://www.humanrightsactioncenter.org Created by Seth Brau Produced by Amy Poncher Music by Rumspringa courtesy Cantora Records
Fighting the good fight! Two of my sheros. Interview with Frances Moore Lappe author of “Getting a Grip: Clarity, Creativity, and Courage in a World Gone Mad” Frances Moore Lappé and her daughter Anna traveled around the world and discovered courageous social movements solving the roots of poverty. When Diet for a Small Planet was … Continue reading
What can I say? I love them. Learn more about Beatbullying and Save the Children, plus all your favorite clips from the Project for Awesome 2010 Live Show Part 2 about mental and physical health!
This is the story of the Dharmarajika Monastery in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was formed in the 1960s by a respected Buddhist Venerable. During the Bangladesh War of Liberation which killed over 3 million people, the Buddhist Venerable setup an orphanage for children who lost parents during the war. Since then, the orphanage has turned into … Continue reading