Podcasts


“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.”

― Leo Buscaglia

“When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen.”
― Ernest Hemingway


There are downsides to multitasking; however, I find that filling some of the spaces in our daily routines with things that make our gears turn rather than simply placate our boredom  or entertain us, is a great way to multitask during workouts, long drives or empty evenings.


Stations I highly recommend:

Freakonomics

Waking Up with Sam Harris

Revisionist History with Malcolm Gladwell

OnBeing

TED Radio Hour

Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting

NPR Fresh Air

Outside Podcast

Beth-El Mennonite Church Sermon Recordings


Links to some of the episodes I recommend:

Believers and Doubters – NPR TED Radio Hour

The Everyday Art of Listening – Dave Isay

The Biology of the Spirit – Sherwin Nuland

Making and the Space We Share – Ann Hamilton

The Equation of Change – Brian Mclaren

Music and finding God, In church and smoky bars – Indigo Girls

Yoga, Meditation in action – Seane Corn

Hope in a Hopeless God – David Hartman

Let’s try Emotional Correctness – Sally Kohn

The Undefeated Mind – Alex Lickerman

Are we having fun yet? The Paradox of Parenting – Jennifer Senior w/ Terry Gross

The Doubt Essential to Faith – Lesley Hazleton

That’s a Great Questions – Freakonomics 

Love and Sex and Attachment – Helen Fisher

What Doctors Can Learn From Each Other – Stefan Larsson

Fresh Air Remembers surgeon Sherwin Nuland, Author of ‘How We Die”

The Defining Decade [The 20 somethings] – Dr. Meg Jay

The Need for Creeds – Paroslav Pelikan 

A Shift to Humility: Resilience and Expanding the Edge of Change – Andrew Zolli 

A Call to Doubt and Faith – Christian Wiman 

Reimagining the Cosmos – Brian Greene 

How Efficient is Energy Efficiency – Freakonomics 

The Psychology Behind Morality – Jonathan Haidt 



Please let me know what pops into your mind when you listen to anything I post! And if you’ve found something to share let me know as well!

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