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Burn, Baby, Burn into This New Year

My daughter and I hosted a small but fancy dress-up New Year's party at our house. Champagne, delicious snacks, tarot cards, and a burning bowl for releasing the old year. Certainly not a unique activity, but one that always seems to bring a certain level of satisfaction. People love ritual

Talking About Conversation, Diversity, and Gatherings with Krista Tippett of On Being

I am trying to make space for the conversations that we most deeply long to have—the questions of what it means to be human, how we want to live, and who we

You Can’t Have It All: Heartache or Relief?

If you’re anything like me, after years of those five words sounding to your go-getter ears like a worldview trying to stifle you—one fine day, you start hearing them a little differently. And what once struck you as a blockade starts to resemble a gateway. And what once looked like not enough

Martha Beck on Using Fear to Propel Your Life

We’re like people who go on munching on something poisonous without paying attention to the way it makes us want to vomit, simply because everybody around us is doing

“The Veil Is Lifting”: Alanis Morissette on Women, Culture, and Today’s Reckoning

What’s happening now in culture, in the feminist movement and in the consciousness movement, is that people are slowly moving toward awareness of their essential selves,

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Learning How to Think like da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci was a fascinating character, a gifted artist, and an original thinker whose skill crossed so many disciplines that he is the quintessential "Renaissance man."

“As Long As There’s Injustice, You Keep Showing Up”

But the job isn’t finished. If it’s the right thing to do,

What I Learned from Saying No

We've been sold a bill of goods recently about saying “yes." Just do it. Be adventurous. Have the experiences. Say “yes!” to life. Carpe blah, blah, blah.

What Is Giving Tuesday and Why Should You Care?

We’re not going to tell you where you should give or if you should give. Those decisions, as always, are yours.

“These Are the Times We Practice For”—Sage Advice from Sylvia Boorstein

I’m paying attention so that whatever I do next in response to what’s happening around me won’t create suffering for