Tag Archives: gratitude

Facing imperfection

It’s hard to go through a full day without wishing for something. A sample: I often wish that my body was more fit, healthy, that my mind was a kinder, more stable companion, and that I might find something entertaining or … finish reading Facing imperfection

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Helper’s High

The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education, or CCARE, is part of Stanford’s School of Medicine. It was established and directed by Dr. James Doty, Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery, with the explicit goal of “promoting, supporting, and conducting rigorous … finish reading Helper’s High

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The Science of Gratitude

Maybe when the football game is over, and the conversation is dying down, and you’re ready to just sit and digest your food, don’t go for the TV. Not yet. Instead, give a listen to The Science of Gratitude from … finish reading The Science of Gratitude

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Worms by Carl Dennis

On this Thanksgiving, take a few moments to feel the nature of thankfulness. As thoughts arise – What am I thankful for? Whom am I indebted to? Which of the gifts I have received have been larger, which smaller? – just … finish reading Worms by Carl Dennis

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