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Rich in flavor and heritage and easy on your pocketbook, John Thorne, author of Pot on the Fire: Further Exploits of a Renegade Cook, explains why the falafel has persevered. 

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Daniel Goleman, author of the best seller Emotional Intelligence, says the key to becoming a socially engaged consumer is being mindful at the moment when you're deciding whether to buy something. Knowing the full range of a product’s impacts is one of the best things you can do for yourselves and the Earth.

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Pregnancy, birth and early parenting are the most transformational time in the adult life cycle. Barry Boyce reports on a mindfulness center that teaches skills that interrupts patterns of dysfunction. 

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So much talk of morality today is marked by aggression and self-righteousness, but Robert Coles speaks in a gentler and deeper moral voice. David Swick profiles this child psychiatrist, civil rights activist, and author who has spent his life considering the nature of morality and its central place in our lives.

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Yuto is a healer of hearts; he’s Japanese, Jewish, universal. Poet Leza Lowitz on letting this special child into her life.

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Anne Cushman’s young son, Skye, keeps her on her toes with his many questions: How do we know the things we know? How do we justify our decisions?

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“The time of childhood is going to go fast,” says Rick Bass, author of Where the Sea Used to Be. “I’m doing what I can to slow it down.”

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A child of one economic crisis, he died on the eve of another. His gift of love was economic security for his family. His son James Kullander reflects on the sadness of a legacy lost.

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