This weekend I attended a retreat in Santa Fe led by Father Richard Rohr, a world- reno
Good things really do come to those who wait. As virtues go, patience is a quiet one.
It’s often exhibited behind closed doors, not on a public stage: A father telling a third bedtime story to his son, a dancer waiting for her injury to heal. In
The School of Management at the University of San Francisco promotes its role in preparing students to enter the workforce by identifying three sectors in which they are most likely to exercise their talents: as public administrators in various lev
“We shall not cease from exploration,” wrote the Catholic poet T.S. Eliot. “And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” Father Robert Kennedy has explored the world since he was ordain
An American professor, Martin Seligman, has pioneered positive psychology, inverting the traditional focus of his profession on distress
One of the great imponderables of human society is how much of our religion, psychology, philosophy and art th
It appears that scientific evidence of meditation’s powers continues to add up. Meditation, in a way, is like exercise for our brains: it’s been shown to assist in mental health maintenance, improve our memory, empathy, and sense of self — similar
It's hard to be humble. Here are three tips for taming your ego.
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