A new generation of physicians with a pledge beyond doing no harm: to walk alongside their patients as people, and to nurture wellbeing with compassion, thoughtfulness, and integrity.
On the Becoming Wise podcast, feminist playwright Eve Ensler speaks of the affirming physicality of our bodies, and of finding true contentment in the lives we already lead.
As social creatures, we are shaped by our unity with one another. Omid Safi on the power of connectedness to magnify the good in ourselves and in our neighbors.
The rigors of medical school and practice weigh heavily on the inner lives of doctors. A pediatric doctor chronicles her journey with medicine and the challenge of compassion fatigue.
To put the children first is a parent’s most basic instinct. But when does self-sacrifice become self-destruction? Omid Safi offers a new understanding of the importance of self-care.
One woman’s journey to a L’Arche community in Kolkata inspires these portraits of caregiving and tenderness in spite of extreme hardship and poverty.
Interesting and curiosity for your week on moral injury, asking the right questions, the price of busyness, and gratitude for caregivers.
In this photoquote of the day, Annie Dillard reminds us to ride the “monsters down deep.”