In a culture that bombards us with the belief that we should be happy all of the time, it can be challenging to hold on to knowing that this is not a possibility. If we pause and think about it, we know it is in the myriad of feelings and emotions where we are able to find impulses that move us to evolve, create, discern and emerge to new and ever changing circumstances. We are meant to tap into our innate capacities of a changing species. In addition to happiness, this innate capacity can also bring about anxiety.
Instead of cake and presents to celebrate his 9th birthday, Carson Boutte was inspired in a dream he had to ask for something rather unconventional of his parents: spending his gift money on pizzas for flood victims..
Precious. Endearing. Enlivening.
What age do you consider to be old?
We posed that question to millennials and asked them to show us what “old” looks like. Then we introduced them to some real “old” people. Watch what happens when folks let go of their outdated beliefs and embrace the idea that aging is not about decline - it’s about growth. Learn more about our efforts to #DisruptAging: http://www.disruptaging.aarpRead more
2015 Plastic Pollution Coalition Video - Narrated by PPC Notable supporter, actor Jeff Bridges.
Watch here: http://blessthewater.com/bless-the-water-video/
From the Banks of the Ganges in India, to deep in the Amazon with Yasuni people and into the Australian outback, join us on a journey of discovery into the myriad ways different cultures celebrate the Sacred nature of Water. The goal of the film 'Water is Sacred' is to inspire us to look at Water again and see it as it truly is: the essence of Life.Read more
Resonance is love,
pulsing throughout the cosmos.....
While dancing with joy.
We give and receive,
vibrating our essence....
Reflecting pure light.
and forgiveness awakens....
As we share heartspace.
Each day a new path,
each thought a creative force....
Each act pure kindness.
Life force illumens,
growing higher consciousness....
Searching for wholeness.
Poem by June Steiner, Ph.D.