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What's your own role? The Practice: See your part. Why? In situations or relationships with any kind of difficulty - tension, feeling hurt, conflicts, mismatches of wants . . . the usual crud - it's natural to focus on what others have done that's problematic. This could be useful...

Rick talks about social and communal harmony and what your path of happiness is? What is it made of and what aids or supports it?...

In this interesting video, CGP Grey explains what happens when you split your brain into it's two hemispheres. Interesting things happen!...

Is there enough? The Practice: Feel already full. Why? One slice of the pie of life feels relaxed and contented. And then there is that other slice, in which we feel driven and stressed. Trying to get pleasures, avoid pains, pile up accomplishments and recognitions, be loved by more...

In this San Rafael Audio, Rick discuss the benefits of impermanence. ...

Among the good news in life are these amazing therapy dogs who help kids that have suffered from trauma, open up and tell their stories....

Busy, busy? The Practice: Rest. Why? This practice is definitely a case of teaching what you need to learn: I've been working through a big bucket of tasks lately with little chance to rest. (I console myself with knowing that the bucket is emptying a lot...

Rick talks about taking others into account and relating to them....