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Video from Ahimsa
AhimsaBerkeley.org
Our mission is to serve the advancement of peace by exploring how religion, science, and social action impact our awareness, to seek pathways for understanding, and to encourage every individual to seek and find his or her own truth and wisdom.

May 17, 2011 - AGE OF EMPATHY? New Views of Health, Human Nature, and Relational Creativity
by Ruth Richards.
Empathy is an essential yet often unsung human quality - creative, connecting, powerful. We consider its vital role for humans individually and together, for our health, our progress, our development. And perhaps even for our species survival.  Then a meditation led by Abbe Blum, Ph.D., Saybrook University and Swarthmore College.
 

Dec. 7, 2010 - Mitch Hall on Roots of Empathy and Nonviolence in Childhood
Presentation at the Ahimsa meeting in Berkeley, CA,  by Mitch Hall

 

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