The temptation to “fix the problem” can be strong, but what if there’s no “problem” to fix?
Difficult emotions can keep us from doing our best work. RAIN is a tool that helps us touch the tender places with mindfulness and compassion.
Your inner goodness is alive deep within you. It is your home, and it is waiting for you to return.
Stephen Covey said “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” How do we do this? By asking an effective question that opens the door to understanding others.
As a culture, we prefer to sweep the uncomfortable emotions and experiences under the rug. The rug has now been pulled out from under us. What now?
They’ll last longer than toilet paper, and take up less space.
A unique collaboration between two Brooklyn men provides us with the recipe for the medicine we need to heal the hate and polarization affecting our world.