Featuring world-renowned grief expert, David Kessler about grief and his latest book, inspired by the sudden loss of his 21-year-old son, “Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief.
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Celebrating the life of Congressman John Lewis with lessons from Morrie on how one small voice, along with action, is all it takes to make a difference in the world.
Mitch Albom talks about the many versions of heaven that give us comfort, and how he and Morrie spoke about what comes next, and how it influences us.
On the value of silence, and how it leads to an inevitable adjacent activity: listening.
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We continue Morrie’s lessons on fulfillment by learning how to develop your own potential while helping others fulfill theirs and nurturing a mindset that sees things as a whole.
Morrie laid out a 5-step plan to becoming a more fulfilled human being on your own terms. In this episode and next, that plan will help you find out where you stand, and how you can find who you are inside your own mind and your own heart.
How simply stepping back, taking a breath, and hearing other humans around us, can help us discover the similarities we share, rather than fighting over our differences.
Morrie Schwartz had a lot to say about race, the power of protests, what motivates racism, and how we can open our hearts with love and compassion.
We take a close look at the untruths we tell and how they affect us individually, and as a society.