Story telling at its best
This podcast is the perfect daily ritual. It is beautifully sound designed and produced, listening to it feels like dessert for your ears. The production serves to make the stories told into a whole experience. Each and every story is so human that you can’t help but connect but at the same time provides insight into a whole other world you never knew. The stories are funny and sweet and powerful messages about the world around us. The thread of Mishas story through the podcast is also a wonderful part of listening. Hearing stories like these creates space to start seeing beyond simplified external and internal narratives about who Muslims are. Highly recommended for any human.
whyme95? via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/27/21
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No tears were shed during the listening of this new season though I could feel them in the last few episodes. All of the stories and people are beautiful. This podcast is the Anousheh Ansari effect of being detached from life on Earth while admiring and appreciating Earth from outer space type of...Read full review »
nomadicflaco via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/22/21
I’m so glad you did another season. Every episode fills my heart and gives me hope. Blessings to you. I’m going to miss this, but I’ll listen to them again and again throughout the year. ♥️
Nicambiguous via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/13/21
I love this podcast. The guests always have relatable and inspiring stories that feel like an authentic conversation. Thank you Misha and the rest of the Tell Them I Am team!
atman_asiya via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/14/21
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