Ken Druck: Courageous Aging
November 19, 2017
Giving back inspires us to share our hearts and our minds. According to Meera Gandhi, it is not just what is in our wallets, but it’s our time and state of mind when we give that is important. Meera shares stories of people who serve others so selflessly to make the world a better, more beautiful place. Meera is the founder and ceo of the Giving Back Foundation. She is the host of the Meera Gandhi Show and author of the book, Giving Back.
The Possibility Principle
How would you like to experience your life? It’s a simple question, and yet, many of us believe that our goals and desires are unattainable. Mel Schwartz offers an approach to how we can live the life we choose — free from the wounds of our past and the constraints of our ingrained beliefs and thoughts. Mel is a psychotherapist and marriage counselor who is one of the first practicing psychotherapists to integrate the principles of quantum physics into a psychotherapeutic approach. He blogs for Psychology Today and is the author of the new book, The Possibility Principle: How Quantum Physics Can Improve the Way You Think, Live and Love.
More Beautiful than Before
Sooner or later, we all experience pain and suffering … no one is immune to it. And when those times occur, we have an opportunity to grow and learn valuable lessons. Rabbi Steve Leder has spent years helping and comforting people in pain. Drawing on his experience as a spiritual leader, the wisdom of ancient traditions, and modern science, he shows us that there is a path that leads from pain to wisdom. He the senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple located in Los Angeles, California, and is author of the new book More Beautiful Than Before: How Suffering Transforms Us.