Dr. Priyamvada Natarajan, Guggenheim Fellow and honored professor of astronomy and physics at Yale, has committed to draw back the veil on her complex profession. She realizes just how critical it is for the public to understand both the scientific process and basic scientific literacy.

Because Brian tenderly offered the gift of an open heart, we captured the essence of the art form that has sustained civilization since the dawn of man: storytelling as empathy in action. And we keep learning this lesson over and over: storytelling can become the unifying lens to understand the world and our place in it.

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BRIAN LA FOUNTAIN has found his ministry. Every day he gives voice to the voiceless. As a young boy growing up in the Adirondack mountains, he learned from his father’s Mohawk Indian tradition and from his grandmother about the beauty and importance of Nature. At an early age, he was gifted and infused with the life-giving, life affirming, life-saving support that plants and animals provide to humans.

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We typically feature people on 3-Minute Storyteller who are living courageous lives. And though living courageously sometimes FEELS like you are on top of a rocket hurtling into the unknown, less than 600 people in the history of our planet have actually left it.

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In this 3MS, you'll see how the spirit of imagination and wonder that is so deeply, deeply human drives Reid, and continues to drive the amazing people in our space program. We couldn't think of a better tribute to those who went before.

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Hear Dan bare his truth as he shrugs off any idea that he is a "hero." He operated, post-accident, out of abject fear. But slowly, painfully, love found its way in. And that, my friends, changed everything.

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In the first installment of this multi-part series, he shares the shame he felt after a traumatic accident left him paralyzed from the neck down. In opening to his suffering, he found gifts that have brought healing and meaning to countless people, and ultimately, to himself.

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