Parker Palmer, perhaps one of the most important living Quaker writers (or, for that matter, one of the most important living contemplative writers of any identity) addresses the 2015 graduating class of Naropa University. With grace and humor, he offers six soulful suggestions for their lives, quoting figures as diverse as Diane Ackerman and Saint Benedict along the way. This is nineteen minutes of gently quiet inspiration. Watch it and be edified.

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