So much is happening and our society has rules where we often check our deepest meaning systems at the door. This works until a year like this year when we need to draw on much deeper resources, and we want a way to connect as a community. This group seems committed to softening those isolating norms, and showing us all what that could look like to do so with love and respect.
Donnied48 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/05/20
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This is the only podcast that I have felt compelled to go back to and listen to every episode. I find it consistently compelling and evocative. It dives headlong into the pain and brokenness of our current situation and addresses it with an almost ruthless commmitment to the beauty of truth and...Read full review »
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