A place for LP to house the many places she finds inspiration.
Last week, I listened to a wonderful podcast with Angel Kyodo Williams, a Buddhist priest and teacher. Her main point, per the Buddha: Life is uncomfortable. Lean in.
I recently heard Roshi Joan Halifax talk about the need to metabolize strong emotions-- fear, anger, grief. I was so struck by her language.
Alternatives in Action inspires and prepares Bay Area youth to lead.
Manifesta is a woman-owned salon in Oakland where the founders articulate their three core values in designing their business model as well as the interior of their salon. These values are consulted at every business meeting and actively inform decisions about hiring, service offerings, and community partnerships.
Great newsletter focused on research and education of compassion, altruism, and empathy.
- Turning to One Another by Margaret Wheatley
- Gracious Space: A Practical Guide for Working Better Together, 2nd ed. by Patricia Hughes and Bill Grace, Center for Ethical Leadership in Washington State
- Collaborating with the Enemy: How to Work with People You Don’t Agree with or Like or Trust by Adam Kahane
Peace on the Inside: original wisdom and helpful commentary
Improvised Life: quirky examples of art, design, and culture