The Human Program draws upon the very best of evidence-based knowledge.
We utilize the most powerful and effective practices from . . .

Western psychotherapy

Eastern contemplative traditions

Positive psychology

Developmental psychology

Body enrichment

Performance excellence

. . . to craft cutting-edge programs that are fully customized to fit your personality, needs, and deepest, unmet desires.

Our programs are held in exquisitely beautiful locations, where relaxation in nature deepens the experience of serenity and possibility. In these special places, supportive expertise is offered alongside true camaraderie, creating trust, an experience of common humanity, and the feeling of coming home.

Our curriculum cultivates growth in four distinct areas. Learn more about each of these growth tracks below:


For the first time in history, we have access to virtually all of the knowledge from every corner of the globe—from the sacred to the secular. This has made many older ideas, programs, and practices on how to live a “good life” confusing and cumbersome. They are partial in their approach or completely obsolete for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century. How do you make your way through all of what’s available? How do you know what works best for you? We’re here to help you answer these questions . . .

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  • I am so grateful for this precious opportunity. I am a better Human after this program. THP has given me the knowledge, support and love of a conscious community of others who are truly motivated to bring consciousness into the world. I feel better prepared to go out and to help others and humanity.

  • I loved everyone in this program. They were all filled with so much love and support. The Doctors/professionals were so engaging and taught and explained with such genuine love and concern. This program and group was truly eye opening and I’ve made life long friends. A true support group. Thank you and One Love.

  • The Human Program re-mapped habits and limiting thoughts built into my personality through lifetimes, whilst simultaneously elevating awareness of work yet to be done for mine, my family, friends and all others’ common well being. The mastery of teaching, environment, service and care is far beyond anything EVER experienced in my privileged life. It is the best the world has to offer to my knowledge. Everyone would benefit from taking this program.

  • The support given during the intensive was better than anything that I have ever experienced.

  • Having pursued years of therapy, Freudian, Jungian, personal coaching, EMDR, combined with an increased interest in meditation and spiritual growth, The Human Program managed to encompass everything I had been looking for in personal growth in the most integrated and perfect way. I couldn’t recommend it more. 

  • The Human Program is a cutting-edge approach for individual awakening: to discover the tools and process for healing, growing, and positive change in a safe, caring, professional environment. You guys rock! Keep going. The world is a better place because of you.

  • I learned so much about myself and although it now seems obvious, I had no conscious understanding up until now. I feel that I have gained insight and techniques that will enable me to have a continued and developed sense of self. This has produced a profound and fundamental feeling of hope and serenity.

  • Extraordinary. Facilitated by the world’s leaders in their fields.



All of our programs are held in luxurious locales around the world, environments specially selected to deepen and support the experience. A high team-to-participant ratio ensures you are getting exactly what you need. You will experience group presentations, guided meditations, visualizations, and practices, one-on-one sessions, and time to relax and process. Through various individualized assessments, your program is customized to your needs, and we provide a detailed follow-up plan that integrates all you've learned into the flow of your everyday life.

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Our team brings expertise in specialized, complimentary realms of human growth, change, and wellness. We do not stand above and outside of the work that we do. All of us, participants and program leaders alike, are in this together. The result is a powerful and authentic environment of trust and insight.



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Nicole Fegley, MA

Nicole Fegley, MA

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Clint Fuhs, PhD(c)

Clint Fuhs, PhD(c)

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Dustin DiPerna

Dustin DiPerna

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Nicole Churchill, MA, MT-BC

Nicole Churchill, MA, MT-BC

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John Churchill, MA, Lic. Ac.

John Churchill, MA, Lic. Ac.

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Jeffrey C. Friedman, MHS

Jeffrey C. Friedman, MHS

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Daniel Brown, PhD, our Curriculum Director, has spent the past 40+ years learning, teaching, and offering his clients and students both the most effective Western clinical approaches to recovering from emotional and interpersonal issues, and the most ancient and profound Eastern meditative technologies, which he has uniquely adapted for the modern Western mind. His blend of expertise covers nearly every area of human growth and development, and offers pragmatic techniques to quickly overcome common struggles for effective and lasting change. Dr. Brown is the Founder and Director for The Center for Integrative Psychotherapy in Newton, Massachusetts. He is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School, where he has been on the faculty for 34 years. He has authored 14 books including Transformations of Consciousness (with Ken Wilber & Jack Engler), and a book on Mahamudra, Pointing Out the Great Way: The Mahamudra Tradition of Tibetan Meditation-Stages (Wisdom Publications), as well as two books on public dialogues with H.H. The Dalai Lama. Dr. Brown received his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in molecular biology and his PhD in Religion & Psychological Studies at the University of Chicago. He received a Danforth Fellowship given for promise in teaching excellence, and as part of that fellowship received specialized training in how to teach. While in graduate school he was particularly interested in interdisciplinary studies. At the University of Chicago he worked in religion & psychological studies, the history of religions, anthropology, human development, and clinical psychology. He also studied Sanskrit, Tibetan, Buddhist Sanskrit, and Pali languages in the Buddhist Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He spent 10 years translating meditation texts for his doctoral dissertation on Tibetan Buddhist Mahamudra meditation. He has studied meditation practice for 45 years, beginning with reading Patanjali’s Yogasutras and its main commentaries in the original Sanskrit with the great historian of religion professor Mircea Eliade, as well as practicing Patanjali’s stages of meditation directly with Dr. Arwind Vasavada. At the same time, Dr. Brown studied the Burmese Theravadin Buddhist mindfulness meditation, first with Western teachers in the United States like Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein, Sharon Salzberg, and Christopher Titmus, and then directly with the originator of the Burmese mindfulness tradition, Mahasi Sayadaw in Burma and other masters like Tungpulo Sayadaw and Achaan Cha. Most of his 42 years of meditation experience has been squarely centered within the Indo-Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist tradition. He lived with his Tibetan root lama, the Venerable Geshe Wangyal summers between school for a 10-year period. Geshe Wangyal, H.H. the Dalai Lama, and the Venerable Denmo Locho Rinpoche, former Head Abbott of Namgyal Monastery, the Dalai Lama’s monastery were the main students of senior teacher Ling Rinpoche in the Gelukpa lineage. Dr. Brown first learned Indo-Tibetan concentration and insight meditation with Geshe Wangyal, and then years later co-taught concentration and Tibetan emptiness meditation with Denmo Locho Rinpoche and Yeshe Tapkay at Geshe Wangyal’s retreat house over a 15-year period. Dr. Brown learned Mahamudra from numerous Tibetan lamas mainly in the Tilopa/Marpa tradition and its subsidiary traditions, such as the Dwagspo/Karma or ‘Seat’ lineage, the ‘Bri gung or ‘Five Parts’ lineage, and the Drug pa or ‘One Taste’ lineage, and also from the ecumenical Rime movement wherein Mahamudra and Gelukpa emptiness practices and Mahamudra and Great Completion practices were integrated. Dr. Brown spent 10 years translating meditation texts from Tibetan and Sanskrit, including translating Tashi Namgyal’s great commentary on the Mahamudra, Moon Beams, as well as translating most of the important Mahamudra meditation practice texts found in Jamgon Kongtrul’s great collection of meditation texts, The Treasury of Instructions. As a Western psychologist he spent 10 years conducting outcomes research on beginning and advanced meditators. He has taught meditation retreats for 27 years. More recently, Dr. Brown has been studying the Nyingma Dzogs Chen [Great Completion] lineage from Garab rDorje and Vairocana with Rahob Tulku Rinpoche, and the Bon po A Khrid and Zhang Zhung snang gyud lineages of Dzogs Chen [Great Completion] lineages with H.H. Menri Trizin, senior meditation tutor to H.H. The Dalai Lama. Dr. Brown recently completed translating both the A Khrid and Six Lamps Bon po Dzogs Chen teachings into English. Erika Fromm, Ph.D. a noted hypnoanalyst, served as his primary clinical mentor–a relationship that spanned 35 years. Dr. Brown has taught hypnotherapy for 45 years. His books include a standard textbook on clinical hypnosis, Hypnotherapy and Hypnoanalysis (with E. Fromm), Hypnosis and Behavioral Medicine (with E. Fromm), and Creative Mastery in Hypnosis and Hypnoanalysis, on the permissive style of hypnotherapy. His first clinical placement as a psychological clerk was at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago where he studied thought disorder in schizophrenics with Martin Harrow and self-psychology with Heinz Kohut. He also commuted part time to The Menninger Foundation in Topeka, Kansas where he did work with the staff of the children and adolescent units on the treatment of substance abuse. There, Karl Menninger, M.D. served as an important mentor. In the late 1970s he moved back to his home state of Massachusetts where he did a clinical internship at McLean Hospital and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Research at Harvard Medical School at The Cambridge Hospital. His research focused on the long-term effects of mindfulness meditation. In the 1980s Dr. Brown served as Director of Training and then as Chief Psychologist at The Cambridge Hospital. There, he helped develop and gain accreditation for an APA-approved clinical psychology internship and post-doctoral training program. His vision was to provide the best young talent in psychology the opportunity to work with a disenfranchised inner city chronic mental health population, which included intensive developmentally-informed psychotherapy for patients with major mental illness and complex trauma disorders. His program included intensive multicultural and bilingual mental health training. At the Cambridge Hospital he developed and directed the Behavioral Medicine Program, a joint venture between psychiatry and primary care medicine. His book Hypnosis and Behavioral Medicine represents the clinical approaches developed in that program. Drawing upon his undergraduate background in molecular biology and immunology he developed a special interest in psychoneuroimmunology and the psychosocial treatment of immune disorders. He developed a joint exchange between the Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and The Cambridge Hospital for dissemination of research findings on approaches to treating immune-related disorders in TCM and behavioral medicine. He was the senior mentor to a young Chinese psychiatrist trained as the Minister of Mental Health to the People’s Republic of China. Since the 1990s Dr. Brown has devoted much of his time to clinical teaching. He has taught in the Division of Continuing Education of Harvard Medical School at Massachusetts Mental Health Center/Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center. There he teaches seminars on hypnosis, trauma, treatment of attachment pathology, and peak performance. Since 1990 he has taught a course on Peak Performance in Sports and the Worksite at Harvard Medical School, and recently taught four courses on performance excellence for Superior District Court and family court judges. Dr. Brown also directs his own private continuing education organization wherein he teaches a wide variety of seminars in the mental health field locally, nationally, and internationally. He tries to stay abreast of the latest scientific development in assessment and treatment in mental health and translate these findings into clinical teaching to offer clinicians practical, state-of-the-art clinical methods as way of continuously upgrading their standard of care. In the late 1970s Dr. Brown became interested in the study of trauma and abuse largely through peer collaboration with Sarah Haley, one of the founding members of the International Society for the Study of Traumatic Stress. Most of his clinical writing and teaching from the 1980s and 1990s focuses on refining phase-oriented treatment for complex trauma disorders. In the 1980s Dr. Brown began to study the development of the psychological sense of self and emotional development. He has written two books on developmental psychopathology–a book on affect development, Human Feelings, and a book on self development from a cross cultural perspective, Transformations of Consciousness. His main interest was in developing detailed developmentally-informed treatment protocols for treating self pathology and affect dysregulation in patients. In the early 1990s Dr. Brown became interested in the topic of memory for trauma and abuse. His textbook, Memory, Trauma Treatment and the Law is the recipient of awards from 7 professional societies, including the 1999 Manfred S. Guttmacher Award given jointly by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law for the “outstanding contribution to forensic psychiatry.” He was invited to write the chapter on the current standard of forensic psychological testing for the current textbook on forensic psychiatry published by the American Psychiatric Association. He has served as an expert witness in the courts in over a hundred lawsuits on issues such as: psychological damages from trauma and abuse; memory for trauma; reliability of children’s reports of abuse; and evaluating claims of suggestive psychotherapy interviews, abuse investigative interviews, and police interrogations. His work as an expert witness or consultant on trauma and memory has included testimony before the International War Crimes Tribunal for the Prosecution of war criminals of the former Yugoslavia. His testimony, upheld throughout three appeals, helped establish the standard of evidence for evaluating the reliability of memory for victims of severe war atrocities. His testimony also contributed to three state Supreme Court cases on the reliability of children’s testimony regarding sexual abuse. His expert testimony includes the Oklahoma bombing case, the World Trade Center bombing case, and the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. In the 2000s Dr. Brown began to study adult attachment and received intensive training in the Adult Attachment Interview. His more recent research focuses on the relative contribution of early attachment pathology to the development of personality and dissociative disorders in adulthood. His current orphanage study delineates the differential contribution of early attachment pathology and later childhood abuse to adult psychopathology. Dr. Brown has been developing a step-wise treatment protocol for the treatment of adult attachment pathology in personality and dissociative disorder patients and is collecting outcome data on this new treatment approach. He is currently writing a book on the step-by-step treatment of attachment disorder in both children and adults.


Dr. Moore is the former Senior Medical Director of Cottonwood de Tucson—an inpatient holistic behavioral health and addiction treatment center in Tucson, Arizona—a position she held for almost twenty years, since 1994. She is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist with board certification in Psychiatry and Integrative Medicine. She has 20 years of experience in treating all addictive disorders, chemical and behavioral. She is also a clinical assistant professor with the University of Arizona and has been responsible for a significant portion of the training of child fellows and medical students. She received the department’s Award for Excellence in Education in 2005-2006. She travels and speaks internationally at conferences and workshops. Dr. Moore is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.


Ken Wilber is considered one of the most important philosophers in the world today, and has been called “The Einstein of Consciousness.” He is the most widely translated academic writer in America and is currently the author of 25 books translated into some 30 foreign languages. Titles include Sex, Ecology, Spirituality, A Theory of Everything, A Brief History of Everything, Transformations of Consciousness (with Daniel Brown, PhD, and Jack Engler), Grace and Grit, No Boundary, The Integral Vision, and Integral Spirituality. He currently lives in Denver, Colorado, and is still active as a philosopher, author, and teacher, with all of his major publications still in print. Ken is the originator of arguably the first truly comprehensive or integrative philosophy, aptly named “Integral Theory”. As Wilber himself puts it: “I’d like to think of it as one of the first believable world philosophies…” Incorporating cultural studies, anthropology, systems theory, developmental psychology, biology, and spirituality, it has been applied in fields as diverse as ecology, sustainability, psychotherapy, psychiatry, education, business, medicine, politics, sports, and art. Wilber explains the need for an Integral Approach in the following way: “In our current post-modern world, we possess an abundance of methodologies and practices belonging to a multitude of fields and knowledge traditions. What is utterly lacking, however, is a coherent organization, and coordination, of all these various practices, as well as their respective data-sets. What is needed is an approach that moves beyond this indiscriminate eclectic-pluralism, to an “Integral Methodological Pluralism”—driving toward a genuine “theory of everything” that helps to enrich and deepen every field through an understanding of exactly how and where each one fits in relation to all the others. Through the Integral approach, we reveal the previously unseen possibilities for a better, more compassionate, and more sustainable future for all of us.” In short, the Integral Approach is the coherent organization, coordination, and harmonization of all of the relevant practices, methodologies, and experiences available to human beings. Ken is also the founder of the Integral Institute, which is the first organization fully dedicated to advancement and application of the Integral Approach in relation to contemporary global issues. It was formed in collaboration with over 200 scholars and experts, specializing in education, politics, business, medicine, psychology, spirituality, law and criminal justice.
Nicole Fegley, MA

Nicole Fegley, MA

Nicole enjoys the challenge of bringing together the very best and most effective ideas and practices for the benefit of beings, allowing them to flourish and evolve into better, happier people, and thus perhaps someday, allowing them to effectuate a better world. This has been Nicole’s mission for nearly a decade, and it has expressed itself in various entrepreneurial ventures. In addition to being an original founding member of The Human Program, she is co-founder of Women’s House of Integral Practice, a project devoted to the integration of more feminine ways of being in community and culture and Core Integral - an educational company that offers a comprehensive and accessible approach to learning integral theory. She previously held leadership positions with Integral Institute Seminars, and Integral Life, producing and designing many growth and leadership events with various partners and teachers in the development field, including Ken Wilber. She is also an Integral Master Coach, which is an in-depth program in both self-development and in helping people identify specific areas for targeted growth, build towards the development of well-defined skills to produce change in these areas, and learn how to sustain that change in everyday life. And yes, that is a whole lot of Integral. What that means is that she has taken an integral, or holistic-systemic approach to development, and recognizes the significance of bringing together and strengthening various elements of one’s life, including the spiritual and the secular, in order the live a good life, to evolve, and to best serve others. Nicole has been studying extensively with Ken Wilber (Integral Theory), Daniel Brown (Mahamudra, Dzog Chen, Self-Development and Positive Psychology), and Sofia Diaz (Hatha Yoga and Feminine Embodiment), as well as many other well known teachers over the past decade and from that has gained a priceless knowledge of the most intelligent and compassionate paths to evolution. In a former life, she was a Restaurant and Brewery Owner, but the spirit of hospitality, nourishment, and the appreciation of great food and beautiful, joy-filled experiences has continued to remain important to her life and work. She has a Master’s Degree in Political Science and a Bachelor’s in Political Science/Psychology both from Lehigh University.
Clint Fuhs, PhD(c)

Clint Fuhs, PhD(c)

Clint Fuhs is a leading authority in the field of Integral Theory and application and has been a senior student of its progenitor, Ken Wilber, for the past 11 years. He is the co-founder of Core Integral, Inc., which he created with Ken in early 2009 as a platform to expand the accessibility and ensure the integrity of a comprehensive understanding of the Integral approach. He is also the Executive Director of Integral Institute, Inc., which he has served in numerous capacities from operations to curriculum development since 2003. He holds adjunct faculty positions at both JFK University and Fielding Graduate University, and he works as an Analyst at Lectica, Inc. (formerly Developmental Testing Service), where he assists with the development of formative and diagnostic developmental assessments for adults.

Clint completed his MA in Organizational Management and Development at Fielding Graduate University and he’s currently completing a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems also at Fielding. His research focuses on the relationship of cognitive growth and growth in perspective taking, seeking and coordination in managers and leaders. His work on the topic has received best paper awards at the first and third biennial Integral Theory Conference and has been published in various journals and edited volumes.

Clint also works as a workshop facilitator, consultant, and mentor focusing on the comprehension and application of an Integral approach in a diverse range of disciplines. He currently resides in Longmont, CO.

Dustin DiPerna

Dustin DiPerna

Dustin DiPerna is founder of Bright Alliance and Co-Founder of Synergy Forum He is an author, group facilitator, and meditation instructor. Dustin received a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University and a Master of Liberal Arts degree in Religion from Harvard University. He is author of two books: The Coming Waves and Streams of Wisdom. In addition to being an internationally recognized expert in the field of Integral Theory, Dustin practices in the spiritual lineages of Mahamudra and Dzogchen. He lives in California with his wife, Amanda, and daughter, Jaya.
Nicole Churchill, MA, MT-BC

Nicole Churchill, MA, MT-BC

Nicole Churchill, MA, MT-BC is the Co-founder of Samadhi – a contemplative studies center located in Newton, Massachusetts. In addition to Samadhi, she is a founding member of Integral Institute and The Human Program. Nicole is a board certified Music Therapist, Integral Psychotherapist and Movement Facilitator. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Berklee College of Music, and her Master of Arts degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology and Music Therapy from Naropa University. Prior to work at Samadhi, Nicole spent 15 years as management education consultant with special expertise in experiential learning. She has advised and led clients through the design and implementation of human change initiatives and transformational educational experiences. She is an seasoned facilitator and program designer who has experience in all phases of the human learning experience. Nicole's past clients include: Cornell, Rice, Dartmouth and Duke Universities. Ever since she can remember, Nicole has been passionate about exploring human potential and living a wholehearted life. Today, she has the fortunate luck to share offices at Samadhi with her primary dharma teacher Dr. Daniel Brown studying Indo-Tibetan Mahamudra and Dzogchen. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband, John Churchill and their two children Trinity & Bodhi.
John Churchill, MA, Lic. Ac.

John Churchill, MA, Lic. Ac.

John Churchill, MA, Lic. Ac. is the Co-founder of Samadhi– a contemplative studies center located in Newton, Massachusetts. In addition to Samadhi, he is a founding member of Integral Institute and The Human Program. Born in London, England, John Churchill’s interest in meditative and contemplative studies began as a teenager. Soon after high school, he joined Samye Ling Kagyu Monastery in Scotland where he began his studies in the Mahayana and Mahamudra meditation. He came to the United States to study at Naropa, a Buddhist University, where he majored in Contemplative Psychology with a specialization in mind/body health. John holds a Masters Degree in Acupuncture from NESA. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at William James College. John has been a practitioner of meditation and hatha yoga for 20 years and has taught embodied yoga and meditation since 1999. John is a senior student of Dr. Daniel P. Brown, the originator and translator of the ‘Pointing Out Way’, and was authorized by Dr. Brown as a teacher in the tradition in 2012. He co-leads, alongside Dr. Daniel Brown, Ph.D, the Living Meditation classes and Mahamudra Level 1 retreats. John’s relevant interests include the relationship between psychological and contemplative development, and between the body and awakening. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife Nicole and their two children Trinity & Bodhi.
Jeffrey C. Friedman, MHS

Jeffrey C. Friedman, MHS

Jeff Friedman has been a primary therapist with The Human Program since 2014. For thirty years, Jeff has been a behavioral therapist, writer and researcher. He received his master’s degree, summa cum laude, from Lincoln University School of Human Services in 1993, and since, has been a full-time clinician. He has also published papers on the assessment and treatment of a variety of behavioral issues and has lectured at international counseling conferences throughout the world. Recently, Jeff has been working on two books for New Harbinger Publishers – Sleeping in the Poppy: Waking in the Lotus and Healing the Addicted Brain: The Neurobiology of Addiction and Recovery.
  • Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.

  • Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens.

    Kahlil Gibran
  • Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.

    Mahatma Gandhi
  • Love yourself first, and everything else falls into line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.

    Lucille Ball
  • It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.

    e.e. cummings
  • Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.

    Soren Kierkegaard
  • However many holy words you read, however many you speak, what good will they do you if you do not act on them?

  • The feeling remains that God is on the journey, too.

    St. Teresa of Avila
  • Love one another and help others to rise to the higher levels, simply by pouring out love. Love is infectious and the greatest healing energy.

    Sai Baba
  • One way or another, we all have to find what best fosters the flowering of our humanity in this contemporary life, and dedicate ourselves to that.

    Joseph Campbell
  • There are so many things about which some old man ought to tell one while one is little; for when one is grown one would know them as a matter of course.

    Rainer Maria Rilke
  • The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.

    Maya Angelou
  • The sole meaning of life is to serve humanity.

    Leo Tolstoy
  • Whenever you are to do a thing, though it can never be known but to yourself, ask yourself how you would act were all the world looking at you, and act accordingly.

    Thomas Jefferson
  • I never lose sight of the fact that just being is fun.

  • For last year's words belong to last year's language  And next year's words await another voice.

    T.S. Eliot
  • An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.

    Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.

  • We're all just walking each other home.

    Ram Dass
  • If you wanna make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and then make a change.

  • If humanity does not opt for integrity we are through completely. It is absolutely touch and go. Each one of us could make the difference.

    R. Buckminster Fuller
  • Turn your wounds into wisdom.

    Oprah Winfrey
  • Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; None but ourselves can free our minds.

  • Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing  and rightdoing there is a field. I'll meet you there.

  • Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.

    Mother Teresa