It does not serve us to only dwell in dark places or to only seek the light.
We don’t elect members of Congress to tweet about what should be done. We elect them to actually get things done…
Alice wondered what beliefs she carried that might seem contradictory to someone outside her culture.
On learning the truth for ourselves versus what we are taught, plus resources mentioned throughout this episode.
We become so overwhelmed by the idea of a monumental action that we lose sight of the simple shifts that can make an effective impact.
A president may be seen as the next FDR to someone who benefits from one of his policies while millions of other people suffer because of other policies.
We are still motivated by hopes and dreams. But are they our own?
“Building a World that Works for All” encourages everyone to participate as a community.
How compassion differs from empathy, plus more information and resources for topics discussed in the episode.
A poem about a parent schooling some teachers by Victoria Hall