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Self-care
The richness of many languages

LEAH RICH shares her experiences of an intercultural marriage, and the richness it brings to the va...

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Relationships
It’s ridiculous!

CHRISTINE PRISLAND finds humor in the challenges experienced in marriage, thanks to some well-timed...

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Workplace
Language and Culture

VIRGINIA CUTCHIN is a multilingual intercultural consultant and neurolanguage® coach who helps pro...

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May 2022 Edition

On May 21, we celebrate World Day for Cultural Diversity. We hear from Ichak Adizes on diversity, Elizabeth Denley on the melting pot of her childhood, and Kalyani Adusumilli on East meets West. We also hear from facilitator Charlotte Dufour on managing eco-anxiety, surgeon Abhay Nene on managing back pain, and neuroscientist Thomas Bruhn on life, death, fear, and purpose. Conservationist V. Ramakantha shares some insights into the science and mythology of the mighty Banyan tree, and Sairam Reddy Palicherla describes the potential of hydroponic farming, especially in urban environments. Tami Simon, founder of Sounds True, addresses the path of change, and Daaji offers us some practical tips on how to make wise decisions.

Inspiration
Develop the habit of making great decisions

DAAJI challenges us to think about how we make decisions, and shows us how a regular meditation pra...

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Self-care
Life, death, fear, and purpose

THOMAS BRUHN is a physicist at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany....

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Creativity
Imaginata Australis

CLAYTON JOHN writes about his approach to art and spirituality and the techniques he is using to cr...

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