(2017) Heather Lanier's daughter Fiona has Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, a genetic condition that results in developmental delays -- but that doesn't make her tragic, angelic or any of the other stereotypes about kids like her. In this talk about the beautiful, complicated, joyful and hard journey of raising a rare girl, Lanier questions our assumptions about what makes a life "good" or "bad," challenging us to stop fixating on solutions for whatever we deem not normal, and instead to take life as it comes.
Grounded in the idea that reality is neither good nor bad, the Story of the Chinese Farmer reminds us that we have a powerful opportunity in how we choose to perceive the world.
Adyashanti guides us to focus deeply on the gratitude in our hearts.
(2017) “A New Story of the People” examines the role that stories play in how…
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