We are such partially-seeing creatures, barely glimpsing splinters of truth, savoring here and there tiny tastes of human love, and in moments of meditation perhaps getting a peek into the Divine Heart of Love – everything melting and moving, flowing, ever changing, ever eluding our grasp. So, hats off to you, Stephen, for helping us to better understand Sir John’s hopes for us to grasp Ultimate Reality.
– Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking
“I am a great admirer of Stephen Post’s work on the science of love, altruism, health, and longevity. This connection can touch us all. This work is pioneering, inspiring and could change people’s lives.”
–George E. Vaillant, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Stephen Post has contributed more than anyone else to the dialogue concerning the scientific and health implications of altruistic and generous behavior. His leadership has spearheaded an exciting new area of research. The field has the strong potential to change people’s lives in a healthy way.”
–Gregory L. Fricchione, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Director of the Benson-Henry Mind-Body Institute at Massachusetts General Hospital
You are leading one of the most significant initiatives of this generation. The connection between research and application cannot be over-emphasized. Thank you!”
–Pastor Otis Moss, Jr., Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Trustees, Morehouse College
At a time when some many young people are seeking meaning in their lives I can think of no more important subject to address and no more qualified individual to address it than Stephen G. Post.
-Stan Altman, Ph.D., Professor School of Public Affairs and former Dean & Interim President, Baruch College, CUNY