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Asking Better Questions with Robert Fuller, Ph.D.

September 23, 2020
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Robert Fuller
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From traveling across Russia on the Trans-Siberian railroad to the “Golden Rule” in religion, Robert Fuller takes us on a wide and deep adventure, always returning to the idea that learning to ask better questions is one of the keys to truly improving our lives and improving society. In Fuller’s varied career…

What Constitutes a Narcissist and How to Deal With Them with W. Keith Campbell, Ph.D.

September 9, 2020
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In this dialogue we delve deeply into the narcissistic personality: What is it and what strategies we might employ to work with the narcissists who are close to us. Campbell describes a narcissist as one who creates a space around him or herself where they are not connecting to other…

Thomas Aquinas: A Sacred Activist for Our Time with Father Matthew Fox, Ph.D.

June 24, 2020
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Fr. Matthew Fox
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Thomas Aquinas was a Dominican friar, philosopher, Catholic priest, Doctor of the Church, and a premodern citizen in the 13th century. Here scholar, theologian, and teacher, Father Matthew Fox explores the writings and wisdom of this electrifying saint and speaks of Aquinas’ timeless wisdom to a postmodern world. Fox encourages…

The Power Of Poetry In Uncertain Times with Jane Hirshfield

June 10, 2020
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Jane Hirshfield
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In this time of global uncertainty good poems can soften the heart and help us face another day with curiosity, wonder and hope. A good poem gives us another lens with which to view the world and helps bring what is often unseen into view. It can be the observation…

The Public Purpose Of Art with Arlene Goldbard

April 29, 2020
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Arlene Goldbard
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We’re on the cusp of a paradigm shift, a radical change in worldview that will thrust art and culture onto center stage. What does that mean? How will the world be different? What is the rising spirit of the times and how is it being expressed in art? Arlene Goldbard…

A Comprehensive Conversation About What We Eat with Will Tuttle, Ph.D.

March 25, 2020
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Gandhi once said, “The most violent weapon on Earth is the table fork.” Dr. Will Tuttle asks us to consider one of the primary driving forces behind a whole network of problems we face as human beings is the mentality of violence, exploitation, exclusion, and privilege that is required for us to eat animal…

The Essence of Erosion and Evolution with Terry Tempest Williams

February 26, 2020
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Williams asks the central question for our world today, “How do we find the strength to not look away from all that is breaking our hearts?” She looks at the elements of erosion and evolution with regards to all that is shaping the physical landscape of our nation due to climate change…

Nature As Guide in Perilous Times with Osprey Orielle Lake

January 22, 2020
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Seeing the peril and promise of this moment in time, Osprey tells stories that renew our energy and summon our will to rise up in meaningful ways for the sake of the natural world as well as all civilization. We must infuse our cultural discourse with the language and wisdom…

Empowering Women Artisans From Around the World with Kara Valentine

December 25, 2019
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Kara Valentine
Interviews
In this uplifting dialogue Valentine is sharing how her organization is offering women who are living in poverty stricken communities a way to earn a livable wage that supports themselves and their families. By partnering and building alliances with artisans around the world, women are rewriting their futures through jewelry…

Communicating Across the Veil of Death with Cynthia Spring

December 11, 2019
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Cynthia Spring
Interviews
Is death actually a transition from one kind of life to another? Are our loved ones close at hand even after death? Can we collaborate with loved ones from different sides of the veil of death? Is there a reality to “soul” and “spirit?” This deep dialogue explores these subjects…
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