Jung said war is about how we live peace. I think he is right.
Warriors of the heart.
Can we improve our relationship with it and use it as catalyst for change?
Change it isn’t easy. Otherwise, there would be a lot more of it.
Just pondering, perhaps …
He remembers …
With words that pull you in and wrap you up, Paddy Murray describes an inner struggle.
Will you regret those things not said or done?
Paddy Murray eloquently shares his ‘heartfelt’ words.
Where the alchemy of intention, hope, action and chaos meet.
His actions taught me how to stand up for what is right.
Paddy Murray discuses the “Elders Institute”—a big idea being grown one remarkable elder at a time.
Paddy Murray shares his poetry—a gentle, intimate moment, the “Sacred Dance.”
Paddy Murray takes a look at why ethics can often be viewed negatively—even criticized outrightly—through three key factors.
Paddy Murray looks at the use of the term “elder” in indigenous cultures and questions our interpretations of what it means to age in modern society.
Both elders and our youth can inspire, says Paddy Murray, and all men need to be able to see themselves as inspiring.