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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"That I could recognize how I was thinking and the choice was to change how I was thinking about the group about the loss and so It isn't something that comes natural. We have to feel an extra. We have to receive something externally for us to feel the emotion of gratitude. We can't sit sit at a table and say I'm GonNa make myself feel grateful. We have to have that that stimuli. That goes along with them. The other thing that the research shows is that we consider ourselves to be grateful. This is a study done in the US route ninety. Five percent of the participants felt that they were grateful but only about half actually take that next step and express it and part of that reason as actually called the gratitude gap. It's out of the John Templeton Foundation Research and one of the main reasons. Why even if we want to choose to express gratitude? That they're distractions are one of the biggest obstacles so we might think of someone that we work with that we that would really want to express gratitude towards maybe they covered for I saw your video at the top of your website about getting up in the morning and how you look at the world in two different ways. I love that. It's so it is an intention that we have to show gratitude to someone. But the distractions happen. Twenty four seven right. The phone rings a text message. The meeting reminder POPs up got a meeting that you know I have to prepare for. I'll do that later. And then we find ourselves later in the day or in the week and we remembered that we wanted to to write a thank you note to to actually go physically face to face with someone and express appreciation and.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Enough for your deeply meaningful poem home and thank you to interfaith philadelphia for inviting on being to philadelphia. I am honored to be the one to introduce krista tippett. The host of on being her program is a great partner to my organization the john templeton foundation we fund academic research but we are also interested in encouraging bridging public awareness and discussion of that of the research that we fund the origins of the john templeton foundation lay and sir john templeton's vision and that religion and spirituality are an important and an exceedingly relevant aspect of human existence we fund scholars followers who are trying to make sense of that spiritual and religious impulse through psychology neuro science cosmology anthropology balaji philosophy theology and many other disciplines krista tippett brings ideas such as these to life through her radio show and podcast and she she has hosted the number of our grant teas including dr. Jonathan height is social psychologist at n._y._u. David steinberg on gratitude dr brian greene physicist at columbia university bri brother guy calls among o from vatican observatory dr michael mccullough's speaking at some of the research search we funded on forgiveness and she has also hosted the twenty one thousand nine hundred templeton prize laureate doctor marcello glazer who is an astronomer and physicist dartmouth college. She is a master at making cutting edge academic research compelling and understandable and she does so in a way that moves the spirit at inspires the soul to help us think and to live differently and that's why i'm thrilled to introduce the on being program tonight on being has been a nationally syndicated program of american public media since two thousand three krista tippett created the program and has served as its host since since its inception she has received many awards including the peabody award and the national humanities medal for her ability to engage in conversations about about what we at the john templeton foundation call the deepest and most perplexing questions facing humankind on being describes their mission in this way pursuing deep thinking and social court courage moral imaginations enjoy to renew inner life outer life and life together. I believe you will experience all of these in tonight's conversation and while i assume that most of you are faithful full participants in the on being project i encourage you to explore arm beings new website where you can find fifteen years of content that searchable trouble by topic.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"On being is brought to you by the John Templeton foundation. The Templeton foundation harnesses the power of the sciences to explore the deepest and most perplexing questions facing humankind. Learn about how scientists supported by the foundation took the first ever picture of a black hole at Templeton dot org. We often explore on this show, the places in human experience, where ordinary language fall short, and we're poetry finds a way in on a first hunting trip with his father at the age of twelve Gregory, or accidents, shot and killed his younger brother, yet, he has rested gentle, healing life giving words from one of the most terrible traumas imaginable. He taught at the university of Virginia for forty four years in this hour, he teaches us. I love about poetry and lyric poetry. Is it says it's not God's plan. It's not have a detached, philosophical attitude. It's you, as an individual being can make a poem or redeploy that will honor your individual identity your your existence. What's beautiful about a poem is that you take on this chaos and this responsibility and you shape it into order make something of it. Emerson says what we need to be as active souls. I'm Krista Tippett. And this is on being. Gregory or is the author of over a dozen books of poetry and prose he is a poet in the lyric tradition the poetry of emotions often in the voice of individual experience, which also lends itself to song. I met him at the two thousand eighteen Geraldine r dodge poetry festival in Newark, New.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

"Exactly. And to make them believe that the world is in fact, it's a big place. And yes, there are dangerous within it. But that it is a welcoming place because you want them to go out into it. All kind of reminds me of your beautiful note to yourself. There will be more light upon this earth for me to give that to your to our kids as the the beyond this like yes, there is darkness. The younger will be more light is up is a b. Beautiful gift you're giving. And. You're writing off Asli who you are. I want you to know it. It helps other people be brave. It really does. And I'm I'm really grateful. We got a chance to talk. Thank you so much Kate. I love what Jason said about parenting through fear when he Stacey decided to love again to love second child after knowing what it was like to lose a first he had to face his fear. Head on. He had to decide that his love could outweigh his fear. I think I've had mixed success with that my brain is always toggle between two paths one that assumes that everything will work out and the other that is absolutely convinced that it will not. I felt so honored to watch Jason's brain in this conversation. Just think through how he made the decision to move through fear the decision to have another child. He said was not hard one. It felt soft. It was the realization that grief only proceeds out of love. I love that. Loving zak. It feels soft. It feels like that daily nudge that asks me to wake up and to stay as a wake to my love as to my fear to say to both of us. I know the world is full of things to fear. But that our love will make path even if it means that love itself mix us terrified that we cannot be without each other. Let's keep fear in that place in our minds in in our hearts where we can make those brave soft choices defined our way forward when there is no way back. When I miss my brother, I put on his shirt and wrapped around me like one of his big strong hooks. When I miss my dearest, friend. Carol, I touched the gifts she's giving me over the years for my birthday. I'm so thankful. She took the time to write me cards over the years. That are treasures I wish I had not from my brother and his handwriting. I still have all my dad's Pendleton will starts. But they don't smell like him anymore. My mom passed away last summer. She was a wonderfully hospitable hostess supremely southern and great cook this trifecta converged with the production of the most perfect pecan ties you've ever tasted this year on her birthday using her recipe. I baked her pecan pie each day. I take a moment to dance like a crazy person in my room nine my best friend is watching and spelling from above while I'm honoring him by enjoying life and getting some endorphins and few kickers out of it. Do. The everything happens podcast is made possible thanks to the generosity of North Carolina public radio W UNC faith in leadership a my learning resource. The car fund the Lillian Dow meant the John Templeton foundation and Duke divinity school not to mention my team who I love Beverly able Jessica Richie and beat a change revolutions. I would love to know what you think of the show. I don't over to apple podcasts poster of you or come. Find me on Facebook Twitter Instagram at KC bowler. This is everything happens with me capable or..

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Marcelo Gleiser Wins Templeton Prize

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Marcelo Gleiser Wins Templeton Prize

"A professor in New Hampshire wins one of the world's leading religion prizes. Two thousand nineteen John Templeton foundation prize worth one point four million dollars awarded to Dartmouth physics and astronomy professor and author. Marcelo Glazer for blending hard science and deep spirituality in his work mother. Teresa, and the Dalai Lama are among those who won the prize awarded to a living person who's made an exceptional contribution to affirming. Life's spiritual dimension. The sixty year old Brazilian born professor who joined the New Hampshire school in the nineties is a first person from Latin America to win

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Apple podcasts or wherever you like to listen on being is brought to you by the John Templeton foundation. The Templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind. Who are we why are we here? And where are we going to learn more, please visit Templeton dot org. The Templeton foundation, stay curious. I'm Krista Tippett and MRs on being today with the twenty second US poet laureate, Tracy k Smith, she's chosen to spend the pasture traveling around the US with special attention to be in places where people live and poets don't routinely present their work. We spoke together at benign, gesture and synagogue in Manhattan and took a few questions from the audience. I so I'm Larissa wall. I'm that said Eker social Justice program manager, at the synagogue, very delighted to be here. So this is for both, Tracy and Krista. Can you share some of your feelings and experiences and using poetry as a tool to catalyze difficult and transformational conversations? Question makes it sound like it's easy. Well, laid out. Well,.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Step back and step up a little bit up to thirty thousand feet because I am joined by your Ramazani who was the president of the hers institute in Jerusalem. He's the director of the John Templeton foundation project in Jewish philosophical theology. You might read his weblog which some letters, but you've got a brand new book out the virtue of nationalism. Yes, you heard me say that right? The virtue of nationalism, and it's a beautiful covered, by the way because the virtue of nationalism is making an argument that not many people like to make among Yuval Levin says secular inter national elites, welcome you're on tell us about the virtue of nationalism because this is counterintuitive in a in a world of Davos for you to be stepping forward and saying the nation state is still a virtuous contract. Well, can we used to be counterintuitive? I mean, not long ago people were cheering all over the world people goodwill for the freedom of nations independence. India the independence of Israel, the independence of Greece. People thought independence. It says something that's good for Americans. It just and reasonable to have a diverse world where we're different peoples have the freedom to pursue different kinds of ways of life. And in that way, too. Make each nation, and experiment, and how human beings should live. You remember that we used to think that way we did until the twentieth century, my friend, Michael Walsh's written in praise of the nation state but the twentieth century, and especially the European project was the contradiction because the nation state brought us not just World War One and World War Two. But the holocaust and genocide in Cambodia and other nation state crimes, which would not have happened. Had there been an international order. I'm not sure that that's completely true. I mean after World War One people didn't think it was caused by the nation states after World War One people thought that imperial competition the German empire. Wanting to challenge the global English and French empires caused World War One and World War Two. Who is it it? It's completely strange to save that it's about the nationalism. Hitler goal was to approve the nation state and eliminated and established Germany as what he called mistress of the globe or Lord of the earth. So I I think there's been a lot of confusion about the subject, which is of course, the reason that I wrote this book the virtues nationalism. I I think the most important distinction to make his understand that in in western history. There's been a struggle really going back a couple thousand years between the idea of a world order a world empire. This is the idea of the Roman empire, which is later picked up by the Catholic holy Roman emperors and the the goal of that is to bring peace and prosperity in the whole planet by eliminating borders. And that idea that universal idea struggles against what's originally, a biblical idea. The idea that people should have borders, and that they should not aspire to go out and conquer all of the neighbors. Joanna Goldberg, and I spent a lot of time talking about his book the suicide of the west which came out a few months before your book virtue of nationalism. He talks about the great miracle that occurs when this nation state. The United States gets going followed by a second miracle, the reinstitution of the nation state of Israel in nineteen forty eight. There are there are nation states that up hold international order, and that is the best situation in my view. We see sort of a a new nationalism that unsettles many and some people attribute to Steve. Bannon knows more extreme individuals. Racialism and nationalism that I don't think is there. How do you deal with that argument in the virtue of nationalism? Well, I think that's a very important. It's a very important point the the traditional view of what a nation is has nothing to do with race. When I say traditional I mean. If you take the King James bible, let's say which which formed the Anglo American view what a nation is. And you look up the way the word nation is used nation has nothing to do with biological race. They leave Egypt together with with Israel stand at Mount Sinai and booth. The more bite joins the Jewish people and says your people is my people in your God is my God. So the the traditional concept, which is the one that the Dutch English Scots the the Americans used in their nation states didn't have any elemental races. And it wasn't about the color of your skin. It was about joining a mutual collective a collective of mutual loyalty. That also had a strong elements of some kind of an idea some some kind of vision and its crew all of those nationalisms and go ahead. So the. The claim that. English or American nationalism is is racist is it's the same kind of falsification that you get when you say well, Nazism, which one to conquer the whole world. That's nationalism. It's not true, conquering the whole world nationalism imperialism, I agree with that. And but then wanting let let's go to the hardest question because I want around that time about the hardest question. The virtue of nationals of by the way of tweeted, it out go to Amazon, it's really easy to remember the virtue of nationalism by euro-zone, we've said that we've done the lunch role. We've mentioned the virtue of naturalism seven times. So people can remember it the hardest question to me is how many tribes make a nation and this goes back to balkanisation as being the pressing problem when you put too many tribes in the nation. You haven't got a nation you've got Nigeria slippery. You've got Rwanda you've got a boiling kettle. But but obviously the American nation is made up of hundreds of tribes. So how many tribes make a nation? I don't think that the numbers. What's important? I think that. You're right. The original United States was listed would was thirteen states but America strong enough national identity. So it was able to absorb you tribes. Over the centuries and still remain strong, the crucial question isn't how many there are the crucial. Question is is there some kind of unifying identity. All right and identity again has nothing to do with race. It has to do with an idea or with a culture. Now America originally had a very very strong. Basis identity. Among among the colonies, almost almost all of these tribes were even though they were very diverse. They were Protestant. They were they were they had the English common law. Does the English language and America has for a long time succeeded in bringing in New Tribes Catholics Jews Br bringing in the African American just after the terrible experience slavery. But but he always up until let's say World War Two was able to maintain some kind of core basis. Of the the the original spirit if not exactly than roughly of the original Anglo Protestant American vision. And I think if you ask what's what's happening to America right now, what we what we're seeing really is the the the framing of the unifying vision which made it possible for all of these tribes to feel like they were loyal to a single thing. That's true. With your on his on as president of the hers l'institut in Jerusalem. His brand new book is the virtue of nationalism I have to finish with Brexit. It seems to me that the paean union in a bit her convulsion of resentment is trying to cripple the United Kingdom in its exit from Brexit Brexit, because it's a threat to Davos man, am I wrong. No, I think that's absolutely. It's absolutely true. And it's also it's also basically inevitable because because if you subscribe, and I discussed this in the book, if you subscribe to this universal theory, the problem is you don't think it's just just any theory. You think it's v? Theory brings peace and prosperity to the entire planet. And that's almost a a kind of a religious dogma. And when when when someone stands up like like, like, the the the British public when they stand up, and they say, we don't accept your universal dogma universalist don't like that. Because it implies that their dog might isn't isn't time for everyone. You can't just say, it's it's fine for you. But not for me that's nationalism. And that is something that is the universalist empire builders the can't accept that. Because if one country if one country can show that they're better off without it. And the truth falls to the ground, and it's not true for anybody anymore. And then the projects crash your arm. Congratulations on the virtue of nationalism Yamasani as they had the hersal institute. Just remember the virtue of nationalism. I tweeted out the link to the book go and get it and be ready to be prepared to argue on behalf of the nation. State properly constructed around ideas, such as the United States and Israel, not as an all right construct some sort of racial supremacy not as a Nazi like empire. But as the nation state, the embodiment of ideas and people's Europe. Thank you for. Joining me. Also wanna remind you one of the great sponsors of the Hugh Hewitt Show job critter alliance and job crater network. I want you go to tax cuts work dot com right now. Tax cuts work dot com right now because they are under attack. They under attack by Democrats who want to win back the house and take back your tax cuts, but the tax cuts has produced. The President Trump has tweeted in the last hour the Atlanta fed four. Point seven percent CDP. 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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"On being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious nothing is helping me more right now as i watch human tragedies unfold on the us mexican border and elsewhere then a conversation i had last year with literary historian lindsey stonebridge on thinking and friendship in dark times she applies the moral clarity of the twentieth century philosopher hana rent to now an invitation to dwell on the human essence of events we analyze as political and economic our dramas of exile and displacement are existential she says about who we will all be as people and political community what around called the banality of evil was at route an inability to hear another voice i think she might say very politely did tell you and i think for me the socalled refugee crisis is at she part for continuous history the rent gives us the tools to understand partly because of her thinking partly because she lifted to as an enemy alien as we said she was an enemy when she was a refugee she was stateless for eighteen years of her life she says you know the world found nothing sacred in the abstract nakedness of being human i'm krista tippett and this is on being.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"So this is a really so three years ago we started a three year long project the john templeton foundation gave us five million dollars to study happiness and most of that money is going to fund the twenty one different research teams around the world we've had twenty different countries involved in this project and the main goal of this project is really to build a happiness wellbeing research as something where people in different parts of universities are talking to each other so you have philosophy psychology and religion all talking to each other and the science research projects all have had to include a philosopher or theologian or religious studies scholar on the team so we're kind of making people work together so that the science is there learning about how our minds work and what makes us happy the philosophers and the religion scholars can bring in that deeper perspective of thousands of years wisdom thinking about why does this matter are we measuring the right things are we promoting the right things and doing the right thing is to promote it obviously a huge amount of research out there on what makes people unhappy but is there a lot of research out there on what actually makes people happy there didn't used to be when fdr who's our main speaker that night he's the leading expert on happiness when he started really writing on it in nineteen eighty four there was all there's very little on it and it's just taken off there's a huge amount of research now and know about fifteen years ago the positive psychology movement took off and that is basically happiness research and if there's just so much being done i used to be able to know pretty much all the research now it's really hard to keep up with everything right because we're actually looking toward you know the more positive aspect of of you know what makes people tick i mean our world moves so fast technology news everything and you know and and you know do people lose sight of sort of what their inner being is and why we're here and sort of this discussion absolutely i mean it's a wonderful development and actually one of the most exciting new developments is researchers really.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"On being is chris go really percy jackson maya tarot marie sam belay mock athena vesey aaron farrell laurindo tony bethany iverson aaron call asako kristen lynn profit dough and jeffrey missile are lovely female is provided and composed by zoe keating and the last place you hear singing our final credits in each show is hip hop artist liz oh on being created at american public media a funding partners include the john templeton foundation supporting academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest and most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more visit templeton dot org the fetzer institute helping to build the spiritual foundation for a loving world find them at fetzer dot org calia paige foundation working to create a future where universal spiritual values form the foundation of how we care for our common home humanity united advancing human dignity at home and around the world find out more at humanity united dot org part of the amid er group the henry loose foundation in support of public theology reimagined the osprey foundation a catalyst foreign power healthy and fulfilled lives and the lilly endowment an indianapolis based private family foundation dedicated to its founders interest in religion community development and education on being stupid by x public radio exchange and is krista tippett public production.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So are amazing executive producer lily percy has taught me so much about movies across the years and how movie watching can make for big deep fun conversation and now she's turned this passion of hers into on being studios new podcast this movie changed me i'm really proud of it there are new episodes every other tuesday you don't have to have watched the movies in advance but if you love you've got mail or the nightmare before christmas or star wars you're already had this is a fabulous audio experience great thoughts laughter a few tears and immersive movie music and moments if you haven't listened yet it's time on being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious all of reality is interaction this everyday truth is as scientific as it is philosophical and political in it unfolds with unexpected nuance in carlow ravelli's sci he's the author of the global bestseller seven brief lessons on physics this tiny book in my mind is the science writing equivalent of moving from prose to poetry now he has a new book called the order of time carlo ravelli takes up vast ideas beyond most of our imagining like quanta grains of space and time and the heat of black holes seeing the world through this physicists is there is no such thing as here or now our senses convey a picture of reality that narrows our understanding of its fullness this is also to he says of the huge wave of happenings which is a human self a thing is something which remains equal to itself a stone is thing because i can.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"It's lily miller and i am back with a new story for invisibility is about the pleasures it's just a lucky and the dangers there's just nothing more scary of trying to live between two worlds you can find a visit billion on npr one wherever you get your podcasts on being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious dwell on beauty and normalcy to reassert the liveliness of ordinary things precisely in the face of what is hardest and most broken in society this has been michael longley skift in northern ireland as one of its foremost living poets i had the pleasure of conversing with him before an enduring audience the mac theater and belfast in two thousand sixteen like his late friend shameless heaney michael longley was known in part as a poet of what is called the troubles the bloody thirty year conflict between protestants and catholics english and irish that ended with the good friday agreement of nineteen ninety eight signed twenty years ago this month and to this day michael longley is a gentle winsome force for us all in the ongoing never finished work of social healing john player that had don love john plan i revere him at ports of nature on themselves are nothing and i believe with all my heart and part of writing is is utter asian for me celebrating the wildflowers or the birds is not the kind of worship.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On being is chris higo billy percy mariah halgason maya tarot murray samba lay mock afela vesey aaron farrell laurent toward all tony liu ratina davis bethany iverson aaron call asarco and christon lim special thanks this week to national geographic from our lovely theme music has provided and composed by zoe keating and the last voice you singing our final credits nhl is hip hop artist eliza on being was created at american public media a funding partners include the john templeton foundation supporting academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest and most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we wire we here and where are we going to learn more visit templeton dot org the pfetzer institute helping to build the spiritual foundation for a loving world find them at pfetzer dot org kelly a pay a foundation working to create a future where universal spiritual values form the foundation of how we care for our common home humanity united advancing human dignity at home and around the world find out more at humanity united dot org part of the amid our group the henry loose foundation in support of public theology reimagined the osprey foundation a catalyst for empowered healthy and fulfilled lives and the lily endowment and indianapolis faced private family foundation dedicated to its founders interest in religion community development and education on being distributed by p r x public radio exchange and do the krista kipit public production why has wnyc decided to cut the length of our fundraiser and resolve the money in half the time because less interruption means more i'm ari shapiro on kate hindes sign lakshmi singlet of you why on steven us at your voice with a contribution right now and help ensure our all the money in half the time fundraiser is a success go to wnyc dot org and click on donate.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on KPCC

"Asia to be there so distinctive you will know when you see one ring yes and the jump the crown each yeah it's quite incredible you know they're than not only at the wto suspect to overcome water you see them jumping so are to turn sunfish can wipe out of the war i think so yeah i've only seen smaller ones jumped into the mediterranean i've never seen a really large when but those i saw jumping they were several the hendrick case veron vacation that's one very very much david david graham i yoshinaga for at the national center for scientific research say he was to reporting a talking to us for my mom peltier over the air in france were you to take a break and when we come back microbes in space but don't freak out there not aliens the actually living aboard the international space station the microbiome of it we'll be back to talk about a after the break i'm over flavio this is science friday from pri support for science friday comes from draper draper's team of engineers biologists developers physicists than astronauts work together to expand the horizon of what's possible pursuing solutions to the world's challenges draper engineering possibilities and from the alfred p sloan foundation working to enhance public understanding of science technology and economics in the modern world and why a grant from the john templeton foundation moretempletonorg support for this programme also comes from the winston foundation signs friday is produced by the science friday initiative a.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Sometimes it seems we are more divided than ever before unable to speak across the differences we must engage to create the world we want for ourselves and our children on beings better conversations guide is a free 'resource and reflection for beginning this adventure creating new spaces for listening conversation and relationship because the point of speaking together differently is to learn to live together differently go to civil conversations project dot org and find the better conversations guide in the resources tab again that's civil conversations project dot org on being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious oh we're just starting to understand that just because you're born with a certain set of genes in not in a violent prison as a result of those genes that changes can be made to how those genes function that can help the idea is a very simple idea and you hear it from people all the time people say when something cataclysmic happens to them i'm not the same person i've been changed i am not the same person that i was and epigenetics gives us the language in the science to be able to start unpacking map genetics describes dna sequencing but the new field of epigenetics cease that genes can be turned on and off and expressed different differently do changes in environment and behavior and rachel you huda is a pioneer in understanding how the effects of stress and trauma can transmit biologically beyond cataclysmic events to the next generation.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Poetry has become as important to me as any reading and contemplating ido which is why i'm always eager to remind you about our ongoing initiative the poetry radio project it's a place where you can discover the poetry that so many of our guest fold into their lives and you can also delve deep into reading and listening to the many wonderful poets we've had on the show check out one of my favorites patrick a tumor red for us the pedagogy of conflict you'll also find mary oliver david white lali long soldier in many many more all that at on being dot org slash poetry on being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research in civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious what does a good day look like this is the question that transformed a tool go one days practice of medicine he's a citizen position on frontiers of human agency and meaning in light of what modern medicine makes possible and for the millions who fred his book being mortal he's also opened new conversation about the ancient human question of death and what it might have to deal with life the conversation i felt like i was having was do we fight or do we give up and the reality was that it's not do we fighter we give up.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So here's something new we've just launched a beautifully designed on being discovery engine plug in your favorite conversation or an interview that set your imagination off in new directions and you'll be offered a constellation of kindred conversations to keep going deeper and farther when i enter last week's interview at lisa randall some of the threads the engine suggesting cleared carlo were valley and natalie batallion you can also explore hundreds of on being shows by theme and create a playlist tailored to your curiosities all of that at discover that on being dot org on being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious with his book thinking fast and slow daniel condemen has emerged as one of the most intriguing voices on the complexity the outright contradictoriness of human thought and behavior he won the nobel prize in economics for his part in creating the field of behavioral economics it acknowledges as classic western economics did not that we are not always logical and rational in our economic lights economists groundbreaking work on the psychology of judgment and decisionmaking with his late friend and fellow psychologist aim must first cki has also influenced medicine law and business and it is fine helpful and slightly unsettling to explore human psychology and behavior in this moment of political and social tumult when i ask you about something that you believe in whether you believe will don't believe in climate change or whether you believe in some political position or other than as soon as a raise the question why you have answers reserves come to your mind.

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"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john templeton foundation" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So here's some exciting news our podcast creating our own lives cool for short has just launched its second great season on humour as a tool for survival on beings lilley percy is speaking with fifteen different voices on the surprising ways humorous shapes us and brings meaning to our lives insights from writers comedians political and financial reporters sex educator and a rabbi starring voices like margaret chou hari kanda bululu terry mcmillan sam sanders and linde west find cool on apple podcasts or wherever you download your favorite shows on being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious in life in families we shine a light on the past to live more abundantly now today show is a conversational exploration of that as a public adventure and net gordon read is the historian who introduced the world to sally hemmings and the children she had with thomas jefferson and so realigned a primary chapter of the american story with the deeper more complicated truth what i would like to see people do and i think particularly white people will be to challenge one another on this question of white supremacy and racism be black people can and should not have to convince white people that we are human beings who have a right to be on the earth from that.

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