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I interview Cooper on a time where he did something really scary, but realized it was fun after he did it.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Allentown, New Jersey, Asmitha Sathya (14) interviews her father, Sathya Gopalreddy (51), about growing up in India. Mr. Gopalreddy shares some of his cherished memories as a child, along with the crazy...
This the story of my grandfather who immigrated here from India in the late 1960s. He started two very successful businesses that are still thriving today.
Kathleen Conneally (53) shares a conversation with her spouse, Whit Conneally (52), about when they first met, the importance of stepping into discomfort, and the personal shifts that are important to notice and claim.
Paulette Terwilliger (nee Paulette Forst) was born to a young Jewish couple in France during the height of World War II. Now a resident of Fearrington Village, she spoke with fellow resident John Eckblad about her family’s wartime experience. In...
Lux Hedges (14) interviews his mother Angela (48) about her childhood and personality as well as a moment in her life that shook her very much.
We talked about family memories, what she wishes for me and her, and how she would like to be remembered, Etc
The war started 1 year ago but it seems like more, a society called the phoenix brotherhood decided they wanted to control the world they collect people from different countries around the world and at times they kill the ones...
Sally Y. Conrad (79) talks with her daughter, Susan Conrad (48) about finding her voice as a woman and advocate for social change, and the courageous choices she made in her life, including running for public office and serving in...
An interview with my dad about his life and experiences with the church and the military
Exploring Life’s meaning and questions, Novick & Falardeau discuss the importance of tapping into our innermost truth albeit facing limiting fears, and how being courageous means complete and total surrender.
Making history by spending time with and gaining wisdom from my Grandpa around Thanksgiving, a time to be grateful for all the good things and people.
Story of Petty Officer 1st Class Somphouv Somkhoun’s life in the United States Navy.
Mutale Bingley (40) speaks with her mother, Margaret Chisanga (72), about their lives. Mutale had a dream of being an American at age 12 in Zambia. Today she and her mom are both American citizens.
This interview is about my dad, Khoi Trinh, who talks about his life and how courage relates to him and everybody else.
Stoney Brook talks about how being a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago in 2014 touched and changed him in unexpected ways. Among other things the pilgrimage was the gateway to his setting up the first Veteran's Treatment Court in...
I recorded this interview for my school English project about courage I was really excited to learn about my Bop Bop because I don’t really know much about him. Small things like what he said in the interview really make...
Cindy and Pam talk about how they met in the bank drive-through window and how their friendship has inspired each of them. They talk life, kids and what it means to do things they never had before!
Home invasion where the homeowner is treated as the criminal. A story of faith and survival
Colleagues and friends Pamela Ching (61) and Wiedad "Roodly" Archer (52) have a conversation about their careers, beginning as nutritionists and moving into public health, including stories about their time working in various foreign countries and lessons they learned from...