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by Tal Ben-Shahar
The course of true love never did run smooth.
My favorite song is Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” with Celine Dion’s “Let’s Talk About Love” a close second. Of my top 10 all-time favorites, eight are love songs (Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance” somehow found their way onto that list). I love love. For as long as I breathe and my eyes can see, I will be moved by Shakespeare’s words of devotion, and I will stay up, sleepless in Cambridge, watching Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks unite.
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Achieve Your Health and Weight-Loss Goals
Cultivate lasting change in the new year with our groundbreaking online and on-site program, The Kripalu Approach to Diet: An Integrative Weight-Loss Program.
Plan effective, realistic weight-loss strategies and quick, delicious meals; find strength and connection with peers and faculty; and explore movement and fitness classes that bring you joy.
According to Kripalu Lead Nutritionist Annie B. Kay, “One small shift practiced over time is the route of transformation.” Read more.
Yoga School Is In
Say Yes to Growth
The Power of Simply Looking, by Reyna Eisenstark
At some point in our lives, we all find ourselves confronted with the following question, often posed in the context of superheroes: Would you rather be invisible or would you rather be able to fly? For me, the answer was always obvious. Read more.
Quote of the Month
“Everything that has a beginning has an ending. Make your peace with that and all will be well.”
Jack Kornfield returns to Kripalu February 1–6, 2015, during our annual Contemplative Week, which offers more introspective programming, silent meals, and quieter spaces.
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