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Maureen Rouhi (65) has a conversation with her daughter Sara Rouhi (35) about being biracial, Iran, and mental health.
This interview was recorded in Flushing Michigan on December 6th, 2020. I interviewed with Hana, my mother. In this interview we talked about what it means to be a practicing Muslim. We also talked about the daily challenges that a...
This is the story of one man’s spiritual development from the Catholicism of his Polish immigrants through an epifany he had sniffing glue to his learning of transcendental meditation which has developed into a long-standing practice and peaceful existence.
Keturah DeWeese (18) speaks with her mom Patience DeWeese (47) about her growing up in a family of Jehovah's Witnesses, her difficult decision to leave the church and how she sought a sense of place and community in Charleston, WV....
Friends Patricia Agheli (60) and Dr. Lynn Wilcox (85) discuss the religious journeys that led them to Islamic Sufism and the way their lives have shifted for the better.
Mark Kimmell (61) tells his friend Andy Ritan (52) about his impending surgery for throat cancer, which will permanently change Mark's voice. The two became friends through a spiritual practice called, "the Diamond Approach."
Ankita and I discussed anxiety, spirituality, letting go, familial relationships, and higher beings.
One Small Step partners Jolee Kennedy (65) and Arlene Levit (70) discuss their upbringing, their work as nurses, and their concerns over younger generations and climate change.
One Small Step conversation partners Tonya Wenger (49) and Paris Lipsey-Coley (49) discuss their children and parenting, meditation for self-care, and how faith informs their points of view.
My uncle Ted and I spoke about traveling, meditation, and how they have affected his lifestyle.
Talked about past life experiences, current, and future. I have known Fern for about 10 years now. Went to high school with him and we have been best friends ever since. It was very interesting to sit down with him...
Brothers, Vishal Bhuva (30) and Parag Bhuva (29) talk about their family role models and cultural principles that influenced their career choices in public service. They discuss the challenges and fulfilling aspects of their work and how they balance work,...
Jane Ashe (73) and Deanna Drake (33) interviewed each other about their lives, their chaplaincies, their training and work.
Friends Sandra Kulli (72) and Chris Pomeroy (54) discuss the development of their friendship, the organization that brought them together and how to stay connected in a city like Los Angeles.
Friends, Dixie Fletcher (72) and Carolyn Head (65) share their experiences coming out to their husbands and children, talk about how their lives have changed since they started dating women, and what its like to raise children.
Finishing projects and moving on. Transitions from music (coronet) to flying to accounting and an interest in the outdoors.
Beth Moeller: 2020-09-01 20:20:06 Internationally renown geologist, professor and entrepreneur Jim Mellett, 84, sat down with Beth Moeller from Griswold Home Care in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic to discuss insights about characteristics driving resilience in times of uncertainty...
Noah Le Beau: 2020-10-09 18:19:21 Noah Le Beau and Alan Black are family friends. Alan knows Noah's father from law school and Noah interviewed Alan for a class project. They talked about Alan's life, the impact of Covid-19, and the...
Kelli Watson (52) talks with her friend and colleague, Julianne Coyne (30), about processing her depression through art and other ways her life has positively changed since her diagnosis.
Loreanne Cowan (51) and One Small Step partner, Jim Brumfield (75), exchange personal experiences and how it overlaps with larger global events.
Jeanmarie Badar (57) interviews her friend, Elizabeth Cottone (55), about her life before and after a stroke and the way surviving has shifted her perspective on life.
My Spanish teacher Ms. Bochow is always telling us stories for nearly the whole class so when I got the chance to interview her, I took it. While it is still 40 some minutes long, we could've gone on for...