"We Are All Connected" was made from sampling Carl Sagan's Cosmos, The History Channel's Universe series, Richard Feynman's 1983 interviews, Neil deGrasse Tyson's cosmic sermon, and Bill Nye's Eyes of Nye Series, plus added visuals from The Elegant Universe (NOVA), Stephen Hawking's Universe, Cosmos, the Powers of 10, and more. It is a tribute to great minds of science, intended to spread scientific knowledge and philosophy through the medium of music.
Most of us search high and low for true love in that one ideal relationship. We struggle over it and with it, yearn for it, craft books, music, and poems about it—all without a clear understanding of what we seek or why we want it so desperately...
Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Candace challenges us to not only define love, but also to strive for unconditional love. How do you define love?
Many hospitals and health institutions have been treating patients as "consumers." This mindset seems to help institutions provide better customer service and increase the prominence of patient's rights, but as the article points out, it may be causing some breakdowns in efficient treatment...
Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: A highly structure healthcare system may bring many benefits to patients, families, and their employees. However, are there times when the system may be too structured? Is there a tendency for healthcare professionals to treat patients as 'consumers' over time? Daniel Tague explores this interesting topic.
From Wikipedia: George Benson is a ten time Grammy Award winning American musician, whose production career began at the age of twenty-one as a jazz guitarist. He recorded the original version of "Greatest Love of All" for the 1977 Muhammad Ali bio-pic, The Greatest, which was later recorded as a cover by Whitney Houston.
Editor's Note from Melinda Wilson: Have you been considering a career in the growing field of music therapy? In this video, music therapist and singer/songwriter Sarah Blacker explores what she feels are important qualities of a music therapist. She comments upon the importance of a music therapist's musicianship, the many genres that can be used within music therapy sessions, and the variety of musical styles that can be used to reflect the emotional states of individuals receiving music therapy interventions.
Is the body creating music? Are we, as the composer Charles Ives felt, walking, talking musicians, capable of creating our own symphonies? The answer seems to be an increasingly obvious "yes," as we study the body, its brainwaves, heartbeat, rhythms of blood circulation, endocrine cycles, right up to the microwave level of organ vibration. On the fastest level, we reach the rates of vibration of infrared light, as molecules and their atomic structures vibrate and jiggle, stretch, and bend...
Editor's Note from Jean-Pierre Ruiz: As Lauren sings: "Every item that you buy has got to come from somewhere." Learn where your products come from and what impact they have on our planet. Vote with your wallet!
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: For all you parents who would like to introduce mediation to your young ones, this is a perfect start up video. They may want to watch the pretty dolphin pictures all the way through playing it for the first time. Now you can replay it, have your child find their special spot with a pillow or a blanket, sitting or laying, whatever they prefer. Have them close their eyes, become conscious of their breathing and let the music take them over. Ask them to be aware of how it's making them feel.
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