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Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper: The Power of the Pause

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.”  — Winston Churchill Back in 2012, I gave a commencement speech called “The Power of the Pause in which I spoke about the value of pausing before one reacts, comments or speaks...

When Progress Stalls, Think Bold

There is a lot to be said for persistence . . . that ability to work your plan with one logical step after another. Except when it’s not working. When the results aren’t coming, or progress is so slow it’s almost hard to measure, it’s time to replace reliable, quiet persistence wi...

What Can Be Gained If We Learn to Pause and Savor Life 

I can hardly wait until I can go to kindergarten. I am 5-1/2 and going on six. I can hardly wait until Christmas. I can hardly wait until my next birthday. I can hardly wait for summer. I can hardly wait until I start high school. I can hardly wait to get my driver’s license and drive. I c...

Nancy’s Sockeye Salmon Avocado Salad

Servings: 31 can (7.5 oz) Trader Joe’s Wild caught Pacific “Sockeye Salmon”, canned (or equivalent if no Trader Joe’s conveniently located)1 Avocado, ripe (remove skin, dice)1 medium Celery Stalk, chopped¼ Sweet Bell Pepper, diced (orange, yellow or red)¼- ½ cup fresh Spinach leaves...

Teenage Somalia Refugee Saida Dahir Is Using Poetry to Change the World

Saida Dahir is a 17-year-old political activist using poetry to change the world. She is a Muslim, Somali refugee who spent the first three years of her life in a Kenya refugee camp before fleeing to Utah, where she now currently resides with her family. Dahir is an award-winning poet and ...

Jean Case: We Must ‘Be Fearless’ in Order to Live Extraordinary Lives

Be Fearless: 5 Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose by Jean Case is a call to action for those who seek to live extraordinary lives. Maybe that’s you. Below is an excerpt from the Introduction, Copyright © 2019 by The Case Foundation. If you think that only a ra...

Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper: What Is It You Plan To Do?

When it's all over, I want to say: all my life I was a bride married to amazement.”  — Mary Oliver The other day, I was talking to a friend about the people who have most impacted our lives. She shared with me a moving encounter she recently had with a stranger and remarked, “Isn...

How To Live Our Most Meaningful Lives With Compassion and Self-Love

“Live joyfully, without anxiety about imperfection.” - Zen In 1989, at one of the first international Buddhist teacher meetings, Western teachers brought up the enormous problem of unworthiness and self-criticism, shame and self-hatred that frequently they arise in Western students’ pra...

Cristina Ferrare’s Protein-Packed Black Bean Soup

Here is a protein packed, hearty soup made with black beans that contain nutrients that affect our bodies in many beneficial ways. Beans are high in fiber and full of vitamins and minerals. Beans are a great way for you to get your protein. When you combine beans with brown rice it is a “c...

Excerpt: Kamala Harris’s ‘The Truths We Hold’

The following is an excerpt from the introduction of Sen. Kamala Harris's new book The Truths We Hold published by Penguin Press, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright © 2019 by Kamala Harris. Most mornings, my husband, Doug, wakes up ...