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Reads tagged with “Jane Goodall”

Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential
Jane Goodall on Empathy and How to Reach Our Highest Human Potential

“Only when our clever brain and our human heart work together in harmony can we achieve our true potential.”

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Jane Goodall on Science, Spirituality, and Our Highest Responsibility as Human Beings
Jane Goodall on Science, Spirituality, and Our Highest Responsibility as Human Beings

What the chimpanzees teach us about the fine line between faith and apathy.

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Pioneering Primatologist Jane Goodall’s Children’s Book about the Healing Power of Pet Love
Pioneering Primatologist Jane Goodall’s Children’s Book about the Healing Power of Pet Love

The story of a scruffy white dog makes a heartening case for pet therapy for kids.

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Jane Goodall Answers the Proust Questionnaire
Jane Goodall Answers the Proust Questionnaire

A dead writer meets one of the greatest scientists alive.

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Jane Goodall on Science and Spirit: The Iconic Primatologist Talks to Bill Moyers and Reads Her Poem “The Old Wisdom”
Jane Goodall on Science and Spirit: The Iconic Primatologist Talks to Bill Moyers and Reads Her Poem “The Old Wisdom”

“As human beings, we can encompass a vague feeling of what the universe is, and all in this funny little brain here — so there has to be something more than just brain, it has to be something to do with spirit as well.”

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