When we are trapped in a cycle of merely surviving, we lose the opportunity to floursh. When we think we are all alone, we lose the opportunity to be in community. In his ground-breaking and deeply humanizing book, Resilience: From Killing Fields to Boardroom, the S.A.L.T. Effect, Dr. Emad Rahim shares his method of facilitating movement from Surviving, Adapting, Loving, and Transforming. This framework for engagement is helpful for anyone seeking meaningful life and more purposeful engagement. Dr. Rahim was born in a concentration camp and overcame great difficulties to become an empathetic teacher and leader. He shares his perspective—particularly needed in divisive times like these, and encourages us to impart love whenever possible.
Hear the full podcast interview: https://www.claremontlincoln.edu/engage/claremont-core/resilience-love/