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What is my motivation to contribute to the world – Thomas Hübl

Brief, useful film about the personal and subjective nature of reality, and the importance of reflective process into our motivating emotions underlying what we do in the world… How, simply by beginning this enquiry, we connect more deeply with ourselves, others … Continue reading

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Medical Education: Psychiatry and Reductionism as a First-year Medical Student – Evan Einstein

http://www.madinamerica.com/2015/07/medical-education-psychiatry-and-reductionism-as-a-first-year-medical-student/ This is interesting and hopeful… Gratitude to Evan for his willingness and openness to think, question, and challenge – rather than conform and comply, as we are encouraged/constrained to do in our cultures, both here and on the other … Continue reading

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“You cannot trade the courage needed to live every moment for immunity from life’s sorrows. We may say we know this, but ours is the culture of the deal-making mind. From infancy, we have breathed in the belief that there … Continue reading

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The Tao of Physics: Fritjof Capra Thank you again, Monica Cassani. Interesting and useful quotation.

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Buckminster Fuller Reconsidered: John Christensen John Christensen’s essay on Bucky Fuller and our need for a new paradigm is both reflective and light in touch. Love the line about how, when Einstein asked to meet the then relatively ‘unknown’ Fuller in the … Continue reading

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