“The largest generation in history that’s focused around compassion.”

Via intent.com
on Jul 20, 2012
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Can Yogis Save the World? Intent.com talks with Waylon Lewis.

“Being genuine and enjoying the moment, no matter how tough, is so much more fun than the opposite—being fake and self-centered and confused and neurotic and taking ourselves too seriously!”

“There are two kinds of yoga.”

“My current pet peeve with the yoga community…”

“The mindful generation…”

For Intent.com’s interview with Waylon Lewis, click here.


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2 Responses to ““The largest generation in history that’s focused around compassion.””

  1. Padma Kadag says:

    It has been clear to me for a very long time that my parent's generation, the Great Depression and WWII, were and are loving, compassionate, and more so than this socalled "mindful generation". Naturally compassionate. Our generation…talks about compassion

  2. Padma Kadag says:

    ….and this "mindful generation" shamelessly makes compassion into a business…a commodity.