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A Special Edition of our Curated Talks

To our TEDxToronto Community,

We are all adjusting to a changing world and it can be difficult to stand by when uncertainty continues. As we contemplate the future, the urge to figure it all out may feel scary, confusing, and distracting.

If you’re feeling as overwhelmed as we are, we encourage you to pause for a moment, take a deep breath, and remind yourself of the steps you may have already taken to adapt. Maybe this means finding new ways to connect and support loved ones. It could also mean making time in your day for reflection and self-care.

In a special edition of our curated talks, this week we’re showcasing a series of conversations from TED Connects – a new program that offers perspectives from experts whose ideas can help us reflect and navigate through these tough times.

These daily, live conversations have been a source of comfort for us over the last few weeks. We hope you find some wisdom and insight in them as well.

Marinela Roque
Co-Lead, Curation Team


Jonathan Sacks How we can navigate these times with courage and hope
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Need help sorting through your thoughts? Learn about leadership, fear, hope, and how we could use this moment to build a more just world.


Elizabeth Gilbert It’s OK to feel overwhelmed. Here’s what to do next
Elizabeth Gilbert

If you’re feeling anxious or fearful, you’re not alone. Discover ways to stay present, accept grief when it comes, and trust in the strength of the human spirit.


Priya Parker How to create meaningful connections while apart
Priya Parker

Stay in touch with friends, family, and coworkers by designing gatherings that are unique to this moment of social distancing.


All of these conversations are also available in podcast form. If you found these conversations helpful, TED is hosting more, every day at noon. Here’s how you can learn more.

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