Having a relationship with a wild animal is all about respect. First, you have to know who you are.
Could this simple question lead us towards a path of peace?
When who we are and what we do are not in alignment, we suffer and cause the suffering of others. A more beautiful and sustainable world awaits us once we align our actions with what does not cause suffering.
“What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to one another.”
Who we think we are has huge impacts on our behavior in the world. Social psychologist Dr. Dean Rader breaks down how our woldview affects our behavior.
Charlie Chaplin returns to us...to deliver an empowering message of peace and self love in "The Great Dictator Returns”.
"At the core of all anger is a need that is not being fulfilled." - Marshall Rosenberg
When we see the suffering of people on the street, we, too, feel their pain whether we acknowledge it in our conscious minds or not.
We all desire to be loved unconditionally, and we'll do really weird things if we don't feel that way at least some of the time.