RVM Barden Finch
November 18, 2017 App Interview

Finishing projects and moving on. Transitions from music (coronet) to flying to accounting and an interest in the outdoors.

Beth Moeller and Jim Mellett for the Griswold Home Care Fairfield County Project on Resiliency: The joy of a shared life.

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...

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Kelli Watson and Julianne Coyne

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.

Service Learning

Interview about coronavirus with my family

Noah Le Beau & Alan Black: Life, Covid- 19 & Meditation

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...

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Sara Rouhi and Maureen Rouhi

Maureen Rouhi (65) has a conversation with her daughter Sara Rouhi (35) about being biracial, Iran, and mental health.

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Noreen (Patience) DeWeese and Keturah DeWeese

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....

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David Pollock and Eleanor Vassili

David Pollock (72) discusses his 40 years of experience with zen meditation with facilitator Eleanor Vassili (34). He talks about discovering zen meditation in recovery after having cancer, his continuation with the practice, and the challenges and benefits of meditation...

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Patricia Agheli and Lynn Wilcox

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.

Spirituality unfolding Mankowski

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.

What it’s like to be a Muslim.

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...

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Sandra Kulli and Chris Pomeroy

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.

Storytelling class final interview exam. David Ohlsen

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...

The Great Listen: 11/23/17

My uncle Ted and I spoke about traveling, meditation, and how they have affected his lifestyle.

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Vishal Bhuva and Parag Bhuva

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,...

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Deanna Drake and Jane Ashe

Jane Ashe (73) and Deanna Drake (33) interviewed each other about their lives, their chaplaincies, their training and work.

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Mark Kimmell and Andy Ritan

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."

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Tonya Wenger and Paris Lipsey-Coley

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.

Isabella Short interviews Johnathan Short, discussing growing up in a military family, work, and spirituality.

In this interview, conducted in November 2020 in Atlanta, GA, Isabella Short (17) interviews her father Johnathan Short (54) about his upbringing in a military family, his work life, and his thoughts and personal connections to spirituality and religion. Mr....

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Angel [no last name given] and Diann Kayah

StoryCorps Volunteer, Diann Kayah (68), has a conversation with Angel [no last name given] (36), in which Angel provides insight on how she has learned to find the silver lining in any bad situation.

More than just happiness

This interview explores the deeper dimensions of happiness. How can we find happiness? How can we make people happy? And are we happy now?

Just some of the many stories from my Spanish Teacher Ms. Bochow

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...

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Heidi Plumb and Kale Dankenbring

Spouses Heidi Plumb (41) and Kale Dankenbring (47) recall the journey of travel and enlightenment they completed before opening a small coffee shop in Kansas.