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November 07, 2009


That. Is. Cool!

Having become aware of the effects of cancer on loved ones very early in my life, I think it's great to see how these doctors have taken their work outside of the office. Play, maybe, but isn't it a beautiful thing when you can integrate that positive side of your job with what other people need in their lives? They'll be able to help patients they've never met, and spread hope and comfort as they go. I love it. How wonderful that they've found a way to express themselves through reaching out.

And they're GOOD!

What a great thing those doctors are doing! Thanks for sharing. We'll enjoy listening together.

Music IS healing.
I love to turn on some good, loud music to help me work through feeling sad, mad or down. Kudos to NED, and kudos to you, Whitney for finding the angle that helped you post this.

I have an autistic son. I was exposed to the Suzuki method through my daughter's violin lessons and realized that it could help him form some critical (and apparently missing) neural synapses. I will spare you the details of five years of painstaking effort, but I am absolutely convinced that he speaks and reads now in no small part due to the therapeutic value of early musical training.

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  • When I took a sabbatical from Wall Street to pursue a different dream and help others live theirs, I learned that women in the U.S. may be placated, even pampered, but because we aren't dreaming, we are also desperate and depressed. Drawing on a variety of sources, ranging from academic studies to pop culture, dare to dream encourages us to dream. And then to act on our dreams.


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