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The Wake-Up Call That Transformed Neuroscientist Richard Davidson's Life
Sometimes, hearing the right question is just as critical as finding the right answer.
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Sherry Turkle On How Technology Can Impact Human Connection
"It's when people are vulnerable and hesitate that they often reveal the truer parts of themselves."
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How Andy Puddicombe, Monk-Turned-Entrepreneur, Brought Meditation To The Masses
The founder of the meditation app Headspace shares what mindfulness is really all about.
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How Sheri Salata, Oprah's Longtime Producer, Built Her Dream Company
"I've decided I love meetings."
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The 2 Near-Death Experiences That Changed Mark Bertolini Forever
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The Aetna CEO had to be a patient before he could become a major force in health care.
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The 'Perfect Storm' That Turned Janice Marturano Into A Mindful Leader
The executive is on a mission to bring compassion and clarity into the workplace.
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Dan Harris: Daily Meditation 'Will Change Your Life'
After suffering an on-air panic attack, Harris needed to make a change.
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Soledad O'Brien Nails The Absurdity Of 'Work/Life Balance'
The award-winning journalist on living a fulfilling life.
Why Russell Simmons Defines Success As Finding Stillness
Simmons' journey from hip-hop mogul to yoga-loving vegan.
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At 101, Japan’s First Female Photojournalist Reflects On Her Career
By Hanae Abe, HuffPost Japan
"When I heard about Margaret Bourke-White, I felt my heart skip. I decided that that's what I was going to try to do."
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Are Mormons Christians?
Mette Ivie Harrison
Mormon in progress
Perhaps what a lot of Christians mean when they say that Mormons don't count as Christians is that they don't like our version of Christianity. Perhaps what they mean is that they think we make them look bad with our wild and sweeping ideas.
Old Courthouse, Warren County - Vicksburg, Mississippi: A Place Not to Be Missed
Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson
The Grannies on Safari
Traveling on a steamboat in the 21st century is not only unique but allows you to relive an era long past that was filled with beauty and strife. My recent journey on the American Queen Steamboat was such a trip.
An Iranian-American 'Pioneer' Celebrates 50 years in America
On Feb. 7, Beatles lovers will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band's arrival in America. While I like the Beatles, my siblings and I will be celebrating a different 50th anniversary: The arrival of our father in the United States.
Fergus Falls 'First 85' Reunion Celebrates Black Role In How The West Was Won (PHOTOS)
Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson
"There were veterans in Fergus Falls and they got a bright idea that they would take real estate brochures down to this event
Donner Party: Did They or Didn't They?
Of the 81 pioneers trapped in the mountains, a little over half survived. Even if it were provable that no one turned to cannibalism, why do people today care so much whether they did or didn't?
Aspen Trees in the Breeze
Brigitte Mars is an herbalist, author of thirteen books and a ...
As we move into this season of glorious golden aspen trees, we might wonder about the history, lore and uses of this plant, beautiful enough to cause one to take a long drive into the Colorado mountains to be amazed.
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