Parker Palmer on the “examined life”

In his May 10, 2015 Naropa University graduation address, Parker Palmer offered the advice of Socrates, and urged Naropa graduates to lead “an examined life.” Parker is the founder of the Courage & Renewal Center in Seattle, WA, as well as an accomplished author and scholar.

I know you are busy.

I know you have a limited attention span.

I know that you are capable of being interrupted.

In spite of that.

Book 19 minutes alone to watch this commencement address.

Listen to the language, hear the meaning and reflect.

Then share – you will know who to share this with.

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