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What's the antidote to rising nationalism, polarization and hate? In this inspiring, poetic talk, Valarie Kaur asks us to reclaim love as a revolutionary act. As she journeys from the birthing room to tragic sites of bloodshed, Kaur shows us how the choice to love can be a force for justice.
In the midst of the most divisive political climate in history comes a video that empowers, inspires, and uplifts in a way only poetry can.
Funny musical twist on Westside Story where a Jew meets an Arab and love replaces ethnic enmity.
Professional snowboarder, Don Schwartz suffers from 3rd degree burns to his face and loses three friends in a tragic helicopter crash but it isn’t until 25 years later that he really faces his internal turmoil when he discovers in an impromptu piano exercise that his demons have caught up.
Chandresh is a realist. He acknowledges darkness and light, lust and love, rebels and rule makers, and all facets of the human spirit. He’s a modern-age spiritual advisor who encourages people to flourish as their true selves.
If his son and #1 protégé survived the coma incurred after a brutal boxing match, Garrido vowed to care for God’s lost children. Giving up everything he had and taking to the streets, Garrido decided to bring new life to a once decrepit, crime-ridden lot underneath a bridge in one of São Paulo’s toughest neighborhoods.
In this practice, learn how to open up the energy of the liver and digestive system to release heat and obstructions and open your heart.
A native New Yorker, Sandor abandoned a life in politics in the early '90's after a health crisis. He relocated to an off-the-grid queer community in rural Tennessee, where his love of gardening and an overabundant cabbage harvest led him to make his first batch of sauerkraut.
When stressed, we often react with looping fear-thoughts, feelings and behaviors that cause harm to ourselves and/or others.
Karena discusses a spectrum of miracles, from small ones that occur everyday to stories of large-scale miracles that validate the power or prayer.
On moving in the right direction and feeding your good wolf.
Karena identifies different types of anger including individual vs. collective anger, and offers techniques to not only to dissolve angry feelings but also to use them for greater good.
Karena explains the makeup of highly sensitive people, and candidly shares her own story of learning the tools that helped her to best function in a challenging world.
Mentally and emotionally, we create patterns of protective behavior that impact the body’s digestive system.
Students from Washington State University visit the prison at Coyote Ridge in order to participate on a debate about gun control.
Survivors of the genocide are using technology to improve life in Rwanda, specifically in the capital city, Kigali.TakePart World producer Alex Stapleton visited open-innovation space K-Lab, which offers free education and an environment in which citizens can share tech ideas.
The Dignity film is a key component to a human rights campaign, which includes the photography exhibition, Dignity: Tribes in Transition, by Dana Gluckstein.
Forty years since its launch, Nasa's renowned Voyager One Spacecraft has now reached interstellar space, traveling farther from Earth than anything in history.
What are you grateful for?
The one thing all humans have in common is that each of us wants to be happy, says Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar.
In long-term relationships, we often expect our beloved to be both best friend and erotic partner.
Fashion designer Jeff Garner is on a mission to design and manufacture exquisite clothing using organically grown fabric and dyes.
Love is a tool for revolutionary change and a path toward inclusivity and understanding for the LGBTQ+ community.
It’s all too easy to be extremely tough on ourselves; we need – at points – to get better at self-compassion. Here is an exercise in how to lessen the voices of self-flagellation.
A short film set in Barcelona about a woman who is unable to listen to herself.
We talk of love as if it were just one thing: in fact, it’s two very different moves, Loving and Being Loved. You start to grow up when you stop focusing on the latter and get involved with the former.
One of the strangest things about relationships is that we aren’t free to get together with just anyone. We all have strong types: but where do these come from and what do they tell us about ourselves?
Many of our relationship problems stem from the emptiness of our vocabulary around our affectionate emotion. We have only the minimal word 'love'. Luckily, the Ancient Greeks had a more nuanced and complicated vocabulary that we can usefully borrow from
We have been fighting to keep our planet healthy.
Retaining the quiet but resounding lessons of the past.