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What We Nurture: The Spirituality of Parenting with NPR's Krista Tippett

Enjoy this video recording of Metro Parent's hosting of NPR onBeing host Krista Tippett and guest Sylvia Boorstein.

We've got a great gift for you for Mother's Day. Our lovely evening with NPR's OnBeing host Krista Tippett and self-help author Sylvia Boorstein, called "What We Nuture," is now available in video below. It's the perfect thing for moms - a conversation on loving and teaching children in a complex world and a centering meditation for harried moms. We hope you enjoy it as much as our guests in February did.

"What We Nurture" with Sylvia Boorstein from On Being on Vimeo.

ABOUT THE SHOW
Krista Tippett and her guest, author, psychotherapist and teacher, Sylvia Boorstein enlightened a full house of 300 guests in a lively conversation on children, parenting and the deep traditions that can nourish modern families at the Community House in Birmingham on Feb. 15, 2011.

Krista Tippett is a journalist, author and Peabody-award-winning broadcaster. As the creator and host of the public radio program and podcast "On Being" (www.onBeing.org), she has innovated a new model of intelligent, in-depth conversation about religion, ethics and large questions of meaning every aspect of life.

Sylvia Boorstein brings together Jewish tradition and thought with a lifelong Buddhist practice. She is a co-founder of the Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California and author most recently of "Happiness Is an Inside Job." Her work is informed by her years as a teacher of mindfulness meditation and her experience as a parent.

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