THIS MONTH'S EDITION

September 2021


This edition focuses on inspired parenting – how to encourage kind, empathetic, and grounded young people in today’s world. We hear from writer Annie Murphy Paul, parenting expert Naomi Aldort, and educator Kiran Bir Sethi. Lynne Azarchi addresses bullying and prejudice in schools, and Upama Rajasekhar showcases the benefits of the Brighter Minds program. Ichak Adizes asks, “When should we stop parenting?” Daaji continues his series on changing habits, Liz Kingsnorth on communication, and Ravi Venkatesan on innovation.


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Simple, practical weekly inspirations to improve various aspects of your thought patterns, emotions, habits and lifestyle.

Focus

Building community through education

KIRAN BIR SETHI is changing the experience of childhood in Indian cities through her education...

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Your children

Interview

How to nurture your children’s inner strengths – part 1

ANNIE MURPHY PAUL is a journalist and author who writes about the biological and social...

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Know yourself
Altered traits

Thought in action

When to stop parenting

DR. ICHAK ADIZES explores some aspects of parenting, in particular when to let go of the role,...

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Imagination

It changes everything

Can learning empathy prevent bullying?

LYNNE AZARCHI is the Executive Director of the Kidsbridge Tolerance Center in New Jersey. It...

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Habitual and natural

Be inspired

The art of removing and creating habits – part 9

DAAJI continues his series on refining habits, in the light of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga and...

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Self-discipline
Enjoy sitting at home

Taste of life

Change is the ultimate creativity

UPAMA RAJASEKHAR is a Brighter Minds facilitator. Here, PURNIMA RAMAKRISHNAN meets with her...

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Progress