Matt Damon, Clint Eastwood explore the Hereafter; Lojong’s loving compassion; Lessons from The American
Clint Eastwood’s sweet Hereafter: At the age of 80 Eastwood poses spiritual, not religious answers to the possibility of life after death.
Go-getter gurus? Yes, type A’s can be spiritual, and in some ways they’re even better at it than the rest of us.
Gifts for all: How to find out if you were put on this earth to motivate, serve or manifest.
Pontiff’s ponderings: In his letter to the seminary, Pope Benedict pep talks priests-in-training on accepting human failings, popular piety and other realities.
Compassion through Lojong: Train your mind to love your enemies with this Ancient Tibetan Buddhist meditation.
Sexy Hades: In The American, a priest points out to George Clooney’s character that his existence is Hell personified.
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