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Throughout Rudy’s professional and personal lives, his appreciation for and curiosity with how our purpose as human beings, have only deepened and expanded.
Moreover, he subscribes to the idea that maximizing one’s well-being and happiness compels us to be in relationships. Being connected is wired in our nature, and finding the healthy balance between interdependence and independence can deliver fulfillment and a deeper sense of purpose.
“We really do need each other. Our biological, psychological, and spiritual survival requires us to interact, negotiate, create, and attach to others.
It is through that blueprint that we can create the conditions to help us achieve goals, grow, be productive, contribute to society, help others, to love and be loved, and to explore the meanings of deeper life and purpose. Yet, relationships can also become the source of our pain, sadness, frustration, and anxiety if they are not approached with mindfulness and mutual empathy”.