- Posted by Action Catalyst
- On April 15, 2020
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Brad Lemley is a science journalist who has written for the Washington Post, Discover magazine, and dozens of other national publications. He has written or co-written 10 books, mostly on achieving physical and emotional health. He is a passionate advocate for self-directed, nature-based health care, and believes strongly that robust health is within reach of anyone who possesses the right information.
- No part of being human is to be despised, feared, or pushed away. You have to grab on to the totality of human life and say this part I’ll keep, this part I’ll discard. —Brad Lemley
- Most of the good things in the world have happened because people let their emotions propel them. —Brad Lemley
- Being open and available through your emotional life is one of the most important things a human can do. —Brad Lemley
- We are aggregations of people and you need to respect all the sub-personalities that you are. —Brad Lemley
- It’s the formidable people in the world who make things happen. —Brad Lemley
- I think if people can take fear, embrace it, understand it, and take the energy from it, they’ll become the type of people to make the world better. —Brad Lemley
- When people lead stress-free lives, they become psychologically delicate, which is not good. —Brad Lemley
Brad’s final thoughts: Keep letting it in. Let the information in and your emotions in. If you allow yourself to entertain the totality of yourself as a human being, you won’t feel it all the time. You become stronger because you’ve done that.
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