Psychologist Joan Borysenko, the author of Fried: Why You Burn Out and How to Revive, suggests that we view burnout as an invitation to a more authentic life.
Experiencing pure consciousness—feeling “at home” simply by being alive—helps us become agents of change to shift and transform ourselves and the world.
In 1971, as his Apollo 14 spacecraft sailed back to Earth, Mitchell had a life-changing experience: He understood that the beautiful blue planet to which he was returning was part of a harmonious and whole living system and that we each participate in a universe of consciousness.
Michelle Long, the executive director of the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE), discusses how we can boost our communities’ triple bottom line: people, the planet and profit.
Frances Moore Lappé believes that if we embrace the principles of a Living Democracy, centered on individual citizen involvement, we can locally solve global problems, together.
Actress Daryl Hannah is shedding light on environmental issues and working hard to help improve the way people treat our planet.
Putumayo World Music founder Dan Storper shares his thoughts on the uplifting, culture-sharing benefits of international music.
Chef Ann Cooper, the “Renegade Lunch Lady,” is transforming school menus to offer smarter, healthier foods.
Kenneth A. Paulson, co-founder and former editor of USA Today, discusses the importance of freedom of speech, press, religion, petition and assembly.
The founder of Communities in Schools, Bill Milliken, discusses his program for keeping kids in school, why kids drop out, and the basics for helping America's youth stay in school.