Memory, Self-Love and Vulnerability: Our Week in Wisdom

On The Wisdom Daily this week (Sept. 21-25), we discussed the beauty of saying “I don’t know,” the difficulty we feel in forgiving ourselves, the vivid moments that your memory holds onto, the problem-solving perspectives that fuel innovation and more. Did you grow wiser this week? We hope The Wisdom Daily played a part.


DreamBig.620The Courage to Be Vulnerable – Adam Lavitt

Imagine a world where instead of saying, “I’m right and you’re wrong!” people say, “I don’t know.” Imagine a world where we have the courage to pursue dreams and relationships that may or may not work out… READ MORE


ForgiveMe.620The Hardest Person to Forgive – Brad Hirschfield

Who is the hardest person to forgive? An abusive parent? A partner who betrayed you? One who shattered our world with mass violence? Well, according to Google, based on the volume of responses to this question, the answer is: yourself… READ MORE


RedDancer.Memories.620Are Memories the Heart of Wisdom? – Min Kantrowitz

A former New York costume designer once mentioned the concept of a “moment” to me. In theater costuming, a moment is some contrasting design element that catches the attention of the audience, so they focus on the lead actors, rather than on the supporting ones… READ MORE


BIF.AudienceFacingRight.620Improving the World Is a Team Sport: Must-Read Quotes – Irwin Kula

What do you get when 32 people – all passionate, purpose-driven innovators transforming our social-cultural systems – tell their stories in the most inspiring ways to some 500 innovation junkies… READ MORE



PopeMural.620A Perfect Pope for Our Times – Brad Hirschfield

From Odyssey Networks’ Faith on the Record series: Millions have been responding with adoration to Pope Francis’ high-profile visit to America. The Pope’s knack for blending the pastoral with the political is why I consider him a genius and one of my spiritual teachers, even though I’m not a Catholic… READ MORE



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