Survival of the Kindest: Dr Shoshana Ungerleider – Ending Well as a Measure of Living Well

Dr Shoshana Ungerleider – Ending Well as a Measure of Living Well HAVING SOME RELATIONSHIP TO OUR OWN MORTALITY CAN ACTUALLY ALLOW US TO LIVE BETTER EVERYDAY https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000524698863 Elevate Compassion Summit Series 17/18 June, FREE registration, online lectures Shoshana Ungerleider MD is a on a mission to make dying, talking about dying, and our wholeContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Dr Shoshana Ungerleider – Ending Well as a Measure of Living Well”

Survival of the Kindest: Frederick J. Riley – Our Responsibility to Help Others

Frederick J. Riley – Our Responsibility to Help Others ‘‘YOU CAN FIND ANOTHER PATH TOWARDS LIFE. NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE, I THINK FOLKS THINK THAT YOU HAVE TO DO THIS BIG GRANDIOSE THING TO GIVE BACK. BUT ULTIMATELY, IT CAN BE THE MOST SIMPLEST FORM OF GIVING BACK AS LONG AS YOU’RE CONTENT WITHContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Frederick J. Riley – Our Responsibility to Help Others”

Survival of the Kindest: Dipankar Mukherjee & Meena Natarajan – Minneapolis & The Pangea World Theatre

Dipankar Mukherjee & Meena Natarajan – Minneapolis & The Pangea World Theatre ‘BE OPEN TO QUESTIONING EVERYTHING, INCLUDING THE THINGS THAT WE’VE GROWN UP WITH. WE HAVE TO LOOK AT OUR OWN CONDITIONING, WE HAVE TO LOOK AT HOW WE RELATE TO THINGS, WHETHER IT’S RELIGION, WHETHER IT’S A BELIEF SYSTEM, WE HAVE TO BEContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Dipankar Mukherjee & Meena Natarajan – Minneapolis & The Pangea World Theatre”