Fred Rogers is inducted into the TV Hall of Fame. Jeff Erlanger, who appeared on Mister Rogers Neighborhood in 1981, surprises Rogers at this ceremony._x000D_
Every couple of months, 68-year-old Ed Zevely rides into the Colorado high country to camp for weeks at a timeâ€”and he does it completely alone. Through thunderstorms, open meadows and treacherous passes, he finds his own patch of serenity. Far from the modern world, itâ€™s a place where the only goal is to move and breathe, and where you can truly understand the difference between loneliness and solitude.
Fifty years ago, Jim Whittaker became the first American to summit Mt. Everest._x000D_ Directed by Eric Becker. weareshouting.com.
Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert does something she thought she would never doâ€¦sheâ€™s actually speaking out AGAINST passion! Elizabeth takes us on a curious flight explaining why sometimes not having a passion can lead to an even more fulfilling life.
Can compassion be learned? The answer is yes! Sometimes, all it takes is truly paying attention to the people around us. Narrated by Sharon Salzberg. Animation by Katy Davis. Video courtesy of Happify.com.
The meditator sits in a lovely fruit orchard as Deepak Chopra reads the Tagore poem "Forces of Nature" and "Circle of Love" by Rumi. Set your intent in your heart, close your eyes and let the poems evoke any emotions or sensations in your body.
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama speaks on the centrality of compassion in Maples Pavilion at Stanford University. He shares his thoughts on the necessity of friendship, altruism, family, selflessness, and religion, from the perspectives of such wide-ranging disciplines as education, social psychology and the neurosciences.