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Transform Your Self. Transform the World.
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"The stories share some common themes with Pema’s teachings, focusing on values of compassion, fearlessness, honesty, and equality."

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For her 21st birthday, Peace Studies major Brooke Lorimer decided to bring her 'Zero Waste' values to her birthday celebration:

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"With inner strength we have less fear and more self-confidence, and it becomes much easier to extend our sense of caring to others without any barriers, whether religious, cultural, or otherwise."

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Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche on cheerfulness:

You can hear more from Sakyong Mipham at the Authentic Leadership Center at Naropa's Leadership for Good Conference, July 14-17 in Boulder!
http://www.naropa.edu/good

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"...the thing about Allen Ginsberg’s music is, you either dig it or you go running in the opposite direction.”

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KGNU Community Radio sat down with Anne Waldman, co-founder of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, this weekend to discuss her latest collection of poems, 'Voice’s Daughter of a Heart Yet To Be Born.'

Anne will once again be teaching at our Summer Writing Program; learn more/register here:
http://naropa.edu/swp

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Yesterday, 350.org founder Bill McKibben sat down for an interview with KGNU Community Radio on fracking and the interaction between politics, law, and the fossil fuel industry.

McKibben will be speaking at Naropa on June 18th; get tickets here: https://facebook.com/events/209618599420598/

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"Is the body the flow of its sensory experiences—seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, tactile sensation?...Where does a smell or a taste occur? In the nose, on the tongue? In the things smelled or tasted? In the brain? In all at once?"

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"'The heart of consciousness,' says neuroscientist Christof Koch, 'is that it feels like something. How is it that a piece of matter, like my brain, can feel anything?'"

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"Our anger is us and our compassion is also us. To meditate does not mean to fight."
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