Experience Jonathan Livingston Seagull’s timeless and inspirational message like never before in the new complete edition of this philosophical classic, perfect for readers of all ages—now with a fourth part of Jonathan’s journey, as well as last words from author Richard Bach.
We suffer when we forget who we are and get caught in a limited sense of self. This talk explores how we become identified with a sliver of what we are, and the pathway to remembering our wholeness. When we know we’re the ocean, we are free to relate to the waves with respect, compassion and love.
The film Black Panther is a good example of black culture hitting the mainstream. But so often black culture is represented in negative ways in the media. This has to stop, argues author Irenosen Okojie. We need to celebrate black film, art, and literature—what she calls “black joy.”
"I am not just my disability, I am me. A young, black, disabled, hilarious, entrepreneur, soon to be Paralympian!" She might be 18 years old, but Tegan Vincent-Cooke is already a successful YouTube star and horse-riding champion.
Nonviolent Communication is the integration of four things: • Consciousness: a set of principles that support living a life of compassion, collaboration, courage, and authenticity • Language: understanding how words contribute to connection or distance • Communication: knowing how to...