What does it mean to be a good partner and leader toward others? Dr. Allan Hamilton shares Zen lessons from horses to show how we can improve our own lives.
Allan Hamilton, MD, is a Harvard-trained brain surgeon, a decorated Army veteran, and Regents Professor of Surgery at the University of Arizona as well as a life-long horse trainer. His next book on the human brain is Cerebral Entanglements—How the Brain Gives Value and Meaning to Our Private and Public Lives, to be published by Knopf in the Spring of 2024.
“Being a warrior is not about fighting. Being a warrior is about having principles of defending those who can’t defend themselves, providing for those who can’t provide for themselves, standing up for those who cannot stand up for themselves.”
In this episode, Dr. Hamilton and Rabbi Rami talk about humanity’s relationship with horses, leadership, and the planet.
Read Rabbi Rami's thoughts on this podcast here.
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