Compassion

Why the best leaders get quiet
Compassion

Why the Best Leaders Get Quiet 

Rarely do we envision a silent leader. But one of the most valuable qualities in leadership is the ability to listen with respect and presence. Read More 

  • Cecily Mak
  • May 31, 2022
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Calm

Coming Undone But Not Unmade 

Accepting the finitude of our lives can grind our plans to a halt and make every single moment more precious, writes Kate Bowler, especially when it’s impossible to know how many moments we have left. Read More 

  • Kate Bowler
  • May 27, 2022
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Compassion

How We Heal Together 

Change ripples out from the places we heal ourselves, writes editor-in-chief Heather Hurlock. And when we connect, we’re capable of great things. Read More 

  • Heather Hurlock
  • May 26, 2022
Get Curious- You Can Love the Body You’re In—Photo of four diverse young women wearing colorful sweaters huddled together in a hug in front of a pink studio background.
Compassion

Get Curious: You Can Love the Body You’re In 

When you make a point of being curious, kind, and non-judgmental about all the shenanigans your body will get up to, you may find it much easier to manage it all, and love your body, just as it is. Read More 

  • Elaine Smookler
  • May 20, 2022
A 12-Minute Meditation to Let Curiosity Lead the Way
12-Minute-Podcast

A 12-Minute Meditation to Let Curiosity Lead the Way 

When we allow what is to simply be, we relieve ourselves of the suffering that can get heaped on top of our moments of difficulty. That extra suffering is optional, even if the difficult causes and conditions are not. Read More 

  • Frank Ostaseski
  • May 19, 2022

GROW YOUR MEDITATION PRACTICE


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