For Me, That Meant Resigning From the State Department and Now Resisting Our New President’s Vision of America.
Getting Up The Nerve To Tell Your Story
And what to do if you write yourself wrong
To Shed Your Extra Cushioning, Shed Your Extra Cushioning
Once only the rich had shoes and chairs and excess fat.
7 Traits Of Positive Audacity
Audacity, by Its Nature, Breeds Polarized Responses. Here’s How You Can Judge Whether Your Next Audacious Act Will Be a Catalyst for Good.
Listening To Polyamory
As more relationships open, I wanted to learn if this can be a spiritual practice for Growing Love.
Peace Lessons From A War Horse
Could you teach a peace-loving and exquisitely sensitive animal to carry you across a battlefield into enemy fire? What would that teach you? a true story…
The Zen of Gratitude
Why Is More and More Always Better if It Can Never Be Enough? And Other Great Questions From David Loy.
24 Hours of Tea
A tea for any time of day and anything that ails you.
Wise Selfishness Rather Than Foolish Selfishness
A conversation with the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu on the realization that nothing beautiful comes without some suffering.
Are Dietary Supplements Really Necessary?
Most of us eat too much, and many of us eat healthy, so… Why take extra anything?
Why It's Better To Eat A Cow Than A Hen Or A Sow
The “Dismal Science” Of Economics Looks At Reducing Cruelty.
6 Lessons From The Sea
After a couple of decades of surfing and traveling, and writing about surfing and traveling, these are six lessons that I use every day.
Slowing the Flow of Storm Water
How to be a more conscientious custodian of the water that runs through our lives.
What's Wrong with Being a Disembodied Mind?
Author and teacher RABBI RAMI SHAPIRO has been called “one of the best bridges of Eastern and Western wisdom.” His newest book is Embracing the Divine Feminine.
Learning to Bloom Where I Am Planted
How I turned from the question of what I wanted from life to what life wants from me
Do Animals Have More Soul Than We Do?
Not Only Do Animals Live, They Have Lives—with “undiluted Purity and Clarity…”