Born July 18, 1918, Nelson Mandela, is remembered as an international symbol of resistance and freedom. Today on his birth date, we honor him and his legacy. Speeches Mandela historic address to the United Nations in June 1990. And Mandela addressing a crowd in Oakland, Ca shortly after his release from 27 years of imprisonment.
It is possible to “…die 1,000 deaths..” in anticipation of the unknown. What if I told you, every single day each of us solves physiological and psychological problems that have yet to be identified? Let us begin this week by reclaiming peace, confidently reaffirming our gift of discernment and by celebrating our infinite problem solving … Continued
Whether dismissed as a relic or revered as a savior, many agree that Fidel Castro is one of the most influential and controversial figures of our time. Rarely are Americans given a chance to see inside the world of this socialist leader. The documentary Fidel offers a unique opportunity to view the man through exclusive … Continued
“Idealism is naive: people won’t rise above self-interest to serve the greater good.” Cynicism rules in much of modern life—but not in a new book by Stanford professors William Damon and Anne Colby. ALSO: actor and activist Sherry Glaser takes us behind the cannabis curtain with her new one-woman show. With host Kris Welch.