An interview with Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara
1. In your book, you see the elder boom as “one of our greatest opportunities for positive, transformative change at every level.” What is your vision? Through the elder boom, we have an opportunity to completely reimagine how we as Americans spend our later years in life. And this could create ripple effects throughout our society that would benefit generations to come. This generation of seniors is more active and living longer than ever before. They want to stay connected to their families,...
Peggy La Cerra: What percentage of Americans do you think are dependent on caffeine? Murray Carpenter : I think that we need more research in this area—and dependence can be a tricky term—but it...
We ask intuition queen Sonia Choquette about her latest book Walking Home: A Pilgrimage from Humbled to Healed.
Rabbi Rami: Your new book, Better Than Sex: The Ecstatic Art of Awakening Coaching , lays out a powerful and practical model for living. Let’s start with the basics. What do you mean by “awakening”?...
We talk to Shakti Gawain about her new book The Relationship Handbook: A Path to Consciousness, Healing, and Growth.
Contemplating creativity, compassion, mindfulness, and body image with singer/songwriter Amanda Palmer
John Robbins is the author of best-selling books including Diet for a New America , Voices of the Food Revolution , and No Happy Cows .
The acclaimed Native American artist, poet, and musician reflects on tapping into the creative source, bearing the pain of cultural appropriation, and learning to embrace fear.
Dr. Neal Barnard on beating food cravings, the myth of moderation, and the health-changing power of a plant-based diet.
The author of Comfortably Unaware and Food Choice and Sustainability on why eating humane and local isn’t enough, and why there’s no such thing as a “sustainable” meat.