“I didn’t want you to see that place,” he said, “I remember you asked me, ‘Dad, what is this?’ I tried to explain…I wanted to be honest with you. But it was a complicated situation. I didn’t want you to walk away saying, ‘This is who is at fault.’ It had to do with the historical value on boys…the system that put the lowest paid people in orphanages.”
"I live and breathe this work. And if you want to know my truth, it doesn’t even feel like work. Because there is nothing so beautiful to me as watching you evolve as you learn to own your truth and start really connecting with your community." -- Dr. Jerome Burt
His Holiness (the Dali Lama) pointed his finger at us and said, “You are all responsible for reducing suffering in this world. I’ll be watching…” -- David Vago recounting his presentation at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
“What the Horror Genre Teaches Us About Humanity.” Harvard Medical School Professor, psychiatrist, and author Dr. Steven Schlozman chats with the blog staff about Nashville, the playfulness of good storytelling, and how he’s “ALWAYS wanted to give a TED talk…”
“Our collective story as organisms is one of interconnectedness. And the ocean and its web of inhabitants—which are basically the heart and the lungs of this global machine—need us to make their wellbeing our challenge.”
“It is so important to be our best through healthy eating, exercise, being socially connected – and most importantly, it is never too late to improve your lifestyle. While it’s a simple formula, it is a powerful formula to be our best." -- Caroline Khalil
“Every move, every choice you make—all throughout your life—is making a gravitational wave, propagating away from you at the speed of light. And long after you’re gone, that imprint that you’ve made in the universe will exist.”
--Dr. Kelly Holley-Bockelmann