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Viktor Frankl: Why to believe in others

Viktor Frankl: Why to believe in others

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Clips for Class Defining Personality Prickles & Goo: Alan Watts, South Park The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, created a cartoon to a voice-over of the philosopher Alan Watts. A Hopi Elder Speaks "You have been telling the people that this is the Eleventh Hour, now you must go back and tell the people that this is the Hour. And there are things to be considered . . . Where are you living? A global community of leaders, artists, and visionaries.... Fri, 06/15/2012 If half the American population is composed of people who believe that God created the world 10,000 years ago, how can climate scientists and activists persuade people to pay attention to human-caused climate change, given that such change is projected on the basis of complex scientific models? The poll raises questions for people interested in...

Top Ten Psychology Videos Cognitive to clinical to social, the many applications of psychology reveal profound thoughts, human frailties and strengths. These are some of the best results, framed in video players. 1. An Unquiet Mind: Personal Reflections on Manic-Depressive Illness. Kay Redfield Jamison doesn’t just suffer from bipolar disorder, she literally wrote the book. She co-authored the comprehensive textbook Manic-Depressive Illness: Bipolar Disorders and Recurrent Depression while doing research as a Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins.

The medium is the message Publications[edit] The phrase was introduced in his most widely known book, Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, published in 1964.[1] McLuhan proposes that a medium itself, not the content it carries, should be the focus of study. He said that a medium affects the society in which it plays a role not only by the content delivered over the medium, but also by the characteristics of the medium itself. Desiree Adaway — Global Service and Leadership Hard work spotlights the character of people: some turn up their sleeves, some turn up their noses, and some don’t turn up at all. -Sam Ewing Work Hard. Be nice. I first heard this phrase from the folks at the Knowledge is Power Program -KIPP.

Protest March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom A working class political protest in Greece calling for the boycott of a bookshop after an employee was fired, allegedly for her political activism Anti-nuclear Power Plant Rally on 19 September 2011 at Meiji Shrine complex in Tokyo. Sixty thousand people marched chanting "Sayonara nuclear power" and waving banners, to call on Japan's government to abandon nuclear power, following the Fukushima nuclear disaster.[1]

OpenVideo: Download ‘Planeat’ Every Friday The Disinformation Company offers a different disinformation® documentary as a DRM-free download for the discounted price of $1.99. The sale price is available for one week only, Friday to Friday. All digital downloads are high quality MP4 video. This week’s disinformation® OpenVideo is PLANEAT: Nothing Changes The Planet More Than The Way We Eat. Where have we gone wrong? Activism Types of activism[edit] Some activists try to persuade people to change their behavior directly, rather than to persuade governments to change or not to change laws. Other activists try to persuade people to remain the same, in an effort to counter change.

What Do You Think? - integralMENTORS Series (updated) 'What Do YouThink?' - is a series of brief papers presenting a number of ideas on Integral/AQAL theoria/praxis and asks you as a development practitioner your option! To follow at a later stage - 'Worlds of Action' - in collaboration with R2. Ideas and information in these papers are kept to one page inclusive of diagrams - presenting views for practitioners in a simple format following Albert Einstein “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”

Leilani Henry - Training in creativity and organizational development Leilani Henry Leilani Rashida Henry is a leading-edge workplace architect influencing today's redesign of corporate learning experiences and environments. She has been an organization development (OD) consultant and trainer for nearly twenty years. Throughout her career, Leilani has facilitated hundreds of workplace changes and implemented redesign efforts that have resulted in cost savings for organizations in the millions of dollars. Her current focus is to cultivate 'dynamic workplace balance' to optimize commitment and performance, with innovative interventions such as Being and Living® Dialogue, Brain Gym®, Playback Theater and business simulations.

Zaq Mosher on the Colaboratori We decided to Hangout to catch up with our friend Zaq. He began a project with his roommates called the Colaboratori, a collaborative labratory spelled with an “I” because the “Y” was already taken. Also, Zaq likes the word’s similarity to “satori”. Glisten and I joined the Hangout from Australia. Alex listened from Montreal, Quebec while transcribing the experiment. Zaq joined to share more with us about the Colaboratori project that’s taking root in his home in Portland, Oregon.