Persistence, persistence, persistence.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
We can create our lives as our Work of Art. So where does one begin this journey?
Only a few parts of Buddhism’s much larger practice were transplanted into American soil in the late 19th century. Here’s how Buddhism changed when it migrated.
Just because someone says you can't do something, it doesn't mean you shouldn’t.
Anyone can create change for the better. You just need to make the decision that you want to create change.
When we are brought up to believe in our self-worth and have the initiative and comprehension to act upon it, we hold the ability to transform lives.
Honored that Hannah Lee Jones’s poem is our last for 2016. It’s a fitting one to go out on for us who feel “abandoned in that snow country”; “a howl with no walls to receive it.”
How are we supposed to make sense of our relationship to the Earth?
If we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads. –Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Truth is beautiful, without doubt; but so are lies.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Dr. Steve gives a tongue-in-cheek look at why giving 100% in your relationship is a waste of time and of effort.
When did the United States go from being a country filled with proud workers who make stuff to a country filled with indebted out-of-work consumers who store stuff?
Steven Lake brings us some inspired thoughts about the importance of passion in life and love.
Ralph Waldo Emerson on the value of trail-blazing.
On the night of the season finale, Tom Gualtieri explains the secret of the hit show’s popularity.
What does the life deliberately and well lived look like?