Linked by Stories: How Wendy Saved my Mother’s Life

As we write in our book “Stories are rich and complex. Those we know and those we have never met pass stories down through the ages, creating an ancestral thread to the past and casting a line into the future [...]

Linked by Stories: How Wendy Saved my Mother’s Life2016-03-10T08:53:06+00:00

Responsibility and Interconnectedness

A Child's View As Thaïs and I began thinking about this concept of Do No Harm, responsibility, and how it effects the way we live and work, it became clear to me how important my early childhood experiences would play [...]

Responsibility and Interconnectedness2016-03-04T21:29:38+00:00

Witnessing Thoughtless Acts

When Wendy and I spoke about sharing how we each came to write our book, Do No Harm: Mindful Engagement for a World in Crisis, I was reminded of my childhood growing up in the Santa Clara Valley in California [...]

Witnessing Thoughtless Acts2016-02-25T08:44:55+00:00

Do No Harm

By three methods we may learn wisdom: first, by reflection, which is the noblest; second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest     Confucius What is required to work in ways that Do No [...]

Do No Harm2016-02-24T18:00:04+00:00
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