She's Alive!
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As Dolly will tell you, so much of who she is - her creativity, her music, her stance on life - emanates from her faith, but what exactly is that faith? The answer is deeply surprising. In this episode, Dolly tells a story of finding God in an abandoned church filled with X-rated graffiti.  And she speaks of her plans for how she'll be remembered after she’s gone—how her voice will live on for the next 50, 100, 200 years.

The Art of Asking Everything
The Art of Asking Everything
Amanda Palmer
Eli Pariser: How We Can Actually Use the Internet for Good Things
Amanda Palmer presents an intimate conversation with Eli Pariser, recorded July 24, 2019 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Eli Pariser wants to make technology and media serve democracy, instead of the other way around. He is an author, activist, and entrepreneur who became executive director of in 2004, where he helped pioneer the practice of online citizen engagement. Eli is also the co-founder of Upworthy, a website for meaningful viral content, and Avaaz, a global citizen's organization. His book, “The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You” not only introduced the term “filter bubble” to the world, but also kicked off a conversation about online discourse that has only become more pressing. He is the author of two TED Talks that focus on social media’s responsibility to the greater good. He currently co-directs, with Talia Stroud, the Civic Signals Project, which aims to support the creation of more flourishing digital public spaces. Check out his recent piece in Wired about how to create public spaces online. In this episode we talk about how we should attribute people’s actions to their situation instead of their character, controlling your environment to change your behavior for the good, applying urban planning theories to The Internet, inviting in the things you want in your life, why it is so hard to be an artist in America, having empathy for people you don’t agree with, the struggle to raise children with the right amount of determination and grit, and how shame is a cultural tool to create conformity. @elipariser TED: Civic Signals: Wired: No ads. No sponsors. No censorship. We are the media. Exclusive content is available to Patrons only. Go to Patreon. Become a member. Get extra stuff. Join the community at
49 min
Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Kirk Honda
Mulan, Cobra Kai, and Other Shows
Dr. Kirk and Humberto talk about recent movies and TV shows. The full episode is available to patrons of the podcast. Become a patron: Get merch: Email: The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ® Disclaimer: The content provided is for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing here constitutes personal or professional consultation, therapy, diagnosis, or creates a counselor-client relationship. Topics discussed may generate differing points of view. If you participate (by being a guest, submitting a question, or commenting) you must do so with the knowledge that we cannot control reactions or responses from others, which may not agree with you or feel unfair. Your participation on this site is at your own risk, accepting full responsibility for any liability or harm that may result. Anything you write here may be used for discussion or endorsement of the podcast. Opinions and views expressed by the host and guest hosts are personal views. Although, we take precautions and fact check, they should not be considered facts and the opinions may change. Opinions posted by participants (such as comments) are not those of the hosts. Readers should not rely on any information found here and should perform due diligence before taking any action. For a more extensive description of factors for you to consider, please see
3 min
The Dropout
The Dropout
ABC News
What Now?
As Elizabeth Holmes awaits a criminal trial, how is she spending her days? A former employee who had a chance encounter tells us some surprising new details about just that, while an old classmate emerges to share some insight into her past. Plus former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara shares his analysis on Elizabeth's potential legal fate...and then there's Balto. Support this podcast with a review: ==================== Recommended listening: -- No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis: Rebecca speaks to bold and influential women about their paths to success, their choices and tradeoffs along the way, and their pitfalls and lessons learned. Conversations focus on practical advice and never-before-shared wisdom from across industries. Plus, Rebecca always asks her signature question "What's the worst advice you've ever received?" Apple Podcasts: | Google Podcasts: -- Start Here: The daily 20-minute news podcast from ABC News. Apple Podcasts: | Google Podcasts: -- Nightline: Listen to full episodes of ABC News' award-winning late-night news program. Apple Podcasts: | Google Podcasts: ==================== The Dropout is produced by Rebecca Jarvis, Victoria Thompson, and Taylor Dunn and is a product of ABC News Nightline & ABC Radio. More info:
41 min
At The End of The Tunnel
At The End of The Tunnel
Light Watkins
PLOT with Jim St Germain - Ep 023
If you remember the amazing conversation we recently had with Edwin Raymond, you might recall the stories about his childhood friend 'Buffet'. Today we are joined by 'Buffet', whose real name is Jim St. Germain, to hear his inspiring story about arriving in the US from Haiti, and how he was able to transcend the harsh realities of unsafe neighborhoods and incarceration. His book, A Stone of Hope, has been personally recommended by Barrack Obama and his work in the community, with the PLOT, an organization he founded with Edwin, is nothing short of incredible. Jim tells us about how he had to learn the ways of the street in order to survive, the legal troubles this led to, and the experiences he had in the juvenile penal system. He makes sure to underline the importance of the mentors he was lucky enough to meet on his journey and his story is such a great example of what is possible with the right role models. Jim was able to complete a master's degree in public administration, which led to his community work in nurturing future leaders from difficult circumstances. Jim has faced many trials and has overcome an enormous amount of adversity and is another reminder of using the biggest obstacle in one's life as a means to find purpose. Be sure to listen in with us today to hear it all! *Key Points From This Episode:* * Memories of beautiful Haiti, makeshift soccer games, and flying kites. * Jim's first jobs running errands in his neighborhood and collecting fares. * Lessons that Jim learned early about what it means to be in survival mode.  * The period leading up to Jim's move to the US and the work that his grandfather did as a butcher.  * Experiences arriving in New York and encountering a shocking new environment without English.  * How Jim adapted to a harsh situation and learned what it took to survive.  * Differences in food practices in the US; Jim's amazement upon arriving. * How poverty punishes families twice —  disempowerment and suffering. * The street code that Jim adopted and the realizations that he had about a proactive approach.   * Jim's brother, 'Butter', and the differences between their personalities.  * The skills that Jim developed around reading people quickly. * Where the nickname 'Buffett' came from and its meaning.  * The array of jobs and hustles that Jim did; dry-cleaning, selling weed, shoveling snow, and more! * Run-ins with cops, tactics on the corner, and evading arrest. * Jim's first detention sentence and the luck he had with people he met in the system.  *Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:* Light Watkins Jim St. Germain on Twitter PLOT A Stone of Hope Edwin Raymond Home Alone The Wire Mayor Bloomberg Governer Cuomo Just Mercy The Pact The Autobiography of Malcolm X Dreams From My Father
1 hr 35 min
Baha'i Blogcast with Rainn Wilson
Baha'i Blogcast with Rainn Wilson
Baha'i Blogcast with Rainn Wilson
Episode 57: Juliet & Novin
Hello and welcome to the Baha’i Blogcast with me your host, Rainn Wilson. In this series of podcasts I interview members of the Baha’i Faith and friends from all over the world about their hearts, and minds, and souls, their spiritual journeys, what they’re interested in, and what makes them tick. In this episode, I'm joined virtually by Novin and Juliet who are based in the UK and are the founders of Oneworld Publications, an awesome boutique publisher that punches way above their weight with tons of awards to their name! We talk about working in the circus, becoming a Baha'i, living in Cyprus, starting Oneworld, and the power of books in creating social change and also showing us what's possible for the future. I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did! To find out more about some of the things we covered in this episode, check out the following links: * Oneworld Publications website: * Check out this Baha'i Blog article interviewing Novin and Juliet about Oneworld Publications: * Listen to The Oneworld Podcast: * Novin mentions the philosopher John Hick: * We mention The Universal House of Justice: * We mention Shoghi Effendi: * We mention Abdu'l-Baha: * We mention The Bab: * We mention Baha'u'llah: * Novin mentions Edward Granville Browne: The Only European Historian Who Met Baha’u’llah: * Novin mentions The 200th Anniversary of the Birth of the Bab: * The Book of Certitude (The Kitab-i-Iqan) by Baha'u'llah: * Juliet mentions Juliet Thompson: We talk about the following books: * A Brief History of 7 Killings by Marlon James: * The Book of Night Women by Marlon James: * The Bassoon King by Rainn Wilson: * Memories of Mohammed: Why the Prophet Matters by Omid Safi: * Oneworld's book series called 'Makers of the Muslim World': * The Baha'i Faith in Words and Images by John Danesh, Seena Fazel, Paul Slaughter: * The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Ilan Pappe: * The Sellout by Paul Beatty: * An American Marriage by Tayari Jones: * How We Disappeared: A Novel by Jing-Jing Lee: * From Copper to Gold: The Life of Dorothy Baker by Dorothy Freeman Gilstrap: * The Bab and the Babi Community of Iran by Fereydun Vahman: * Juliet talks about the principle of bringing yourself to account each day, as found in the Writings of Baha'u'llah: "O SON OF BEING! Bring thyself to account each day ere thou art summoned to a reckoning; for death, unheralded, shall come upon thee and thou shalt be called to give account for thy deeds." Be sure to subscribe to the Baha’i Blogcast for more episodes on: * YouTube: * iTunes: * Soundcloud: * Spotify: If you would like to find out more about the Baha'i Faith visit BAHAI.ORG, and for more great Baha'i-inspired content, check out BAHAIBLOG.NET: Thanks for listening! -Rainn Wilson
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