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Dr. Ahluwalia discusses with Kimi, one of her coaching clients about the work they did and how she is doing one year later. Kimi has faced some stressful issues but feels able to handle with the tools she now has...
This is my Embodied Listening Activity. My chosen element in nature was a tree stump outside of Saint Martin’s Abbey in the garden.
Julie shares with Storey about her introduction to The Mount, her volunteer experience and the resident experiences that touched her.
I listened to my surroundings in the perspective of my cat, Nala.
I took a walk outside to experience being present in the environment by listening and paying attention to surroundings.
Peace Boat staff Sumiko Hatakeyama shares the story of how meeting nuclear bomb survivors at the age of 19 started her peacebuilding journey. She also provides advice for aspiring peace builders, and encourages everyone to meet people in person and...
Quianna Canada interviews Cork Alliance Centre CEO, Sheila Connolly, about supporting previously incarcerated people in Cork, Ireland, through her organisation's services. Connolly's motto is "ubuntu," which is an ancient African word meaning 'humanity to others'. In my opinion, Connolly leads...
Chaplain Kevin Deegan was on service when Dr. Summits wife Jo was on hospice. He shares with Dr. Summit a private conversation he had with Jo. She was an artist and described her pain in colors and how most of...
Dr. Komatsu talks about the importance of listening in healthcare. The first step to providing good healthcare is listening to the patient before deciding on a treatment plan. Another step to providing good healthcare is to involve the patient in...
One Small Step partners Carla Bond (57) and Holly Hunter (66) talk about environmentalism, education, and the importance of examining complex political issues with a critical lens.