Don’t confuse information with knowledge. Here are 3 questions to ask as you sort through the avalanche of information available to us today.
It can be used as a sword or a shield, an agent of inquiry and curiosity or rebellion and resistance. Whatever mood you’re in, or want to evoke, Why has got your back.
If you’re facing a situation in which you don’t like the options available to you, you’re not stuck. One small shift in awareness is all you need to expand your options.
Any decision in which we face only two options can trap us in an endless cycle of looping known as the duality reality. Here’s how to break free of the duality reality decision trap.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by too much to do, this one question can cut your to-do list by more than half by shifting your focus to what matters most.
At the Passover Seder, we tend to focus on the process of asking questions. Equally as important in this context is the receiving of questions. The willingness to allow questions — to create space for them — is also a sign of freedom.
A lesson for parents, teachers, coaches, and leaders in how to engage someone in the learning process even when the person appears disengaged.