29 Apr

Inspired Life: This Harvard doctor has a plan to save 30 million lives by 2030

Prioritizing these three things will improve your life — and maybe even save it; To solve our post-truth problem, these TED speakers say we have to admit we don’t know everything; This food pantry manager loves serving the needy, so he persuaded his children to work there, too; The world needs more humanity if it’s going to solve the refugee crisis, activists urge at TED conference; Pope Francis gives a surprise TED Talk, calls for a ‘revolution of tenderness’; Meet the 34-year-old neuroscientist developing a drug to prevent depression and PTSD; How the traditionally apolitical TED Talks will navigate the unavoidable politics of 2017;
 
Inspired Life
For a better you, a better community and a better world
 
 
Prioritizing these three things will improve your life — and maybe even save it
They may seem obvious, but then why aren’t you doing them?
To solve our post-truth problem, these TED speakers say we have to admit we don’t know everything
“It means seeing your worldview as open to improvement by the evidence and experience of others.”
 
This food pantry manager loves serving the needy, so he persuaded his children to work there, too
“I get to help mold them and see how they’re going to be. And I like that they’re around me.”
 
The world needs more humanity if it’s going to solve the refugee crisis, activists urge at TED conference
“I believe the biggest question in the 21st century concerns our duty to strangers.”
 
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This Harvard doctor has a plan to save 30 million lives by 2030
Dr. Raj Panjabi won the $1 million TED Prize to expand his dream of transforming global health.
 
Pope Francis gives a surprise TED Talk, calls for a ‘revolution of tenderness’
“How wonderful would it be if the growth of scientific and technological innovation would come along with more equality and social inclusion.”
 
Meet the 34-year-old neuroscientist developing a drug to prevent depression and PTSD
Rebecca Brachman discovered that an old psychedelic party drug could be used to inoculate against some mental illness.
 
How the traditionally apolitical TED Talks will navigate the unavoidable politics of 2017
“Politicians come and go, but ideas are forever.”
 
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