LIVING THE QUESTIONS is a podcast exploring questions that matter.
Each episode features a different guest sharing a question that guides their life. From entrepreneurs to ethicists, Casper explores how this question applies to their work, their personal life and their sense of spirituality - whatever shape that may take.
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14 - Kelly Blynn
Kelly Blynn is an activist and urban planner. She’s a graduate student at MIT, a co-founder of climate activist group 350.org and has spent three of years working on sustainable transport in Washington DC. In her life and work, she spends her time thinking about building sustainable and equitable solutions, so in this episode she asks: how can we live together?
13 - Zach Kerzee
Zach Kerzee is a Methodist minister, bread-baker and part-time farmer. He's a recent grad of Harvard Divinity School and the founder of Simple Church, a church without a building that meets for dinner every Thursday. His central spiritual practice has been simplicity, so in this episode we explore his question, 'How can I live more simply?'
12 - Helen Marriage
Helen Marriage works with artists to create extraordinary, large-scale events that appeal to the widest-possible audience. She is the Director of Artichoke and was awarded a Loeb Fellowship by the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In this episode we explore her question, “What is it we are afraid of?”
11 - Melissa Bartholomew
Melissa Bartholomew is furthering racial justice and healing by dismantling structures of oppression. A former lawyer, a Baptist minister, a trainee social worker, and now a PhD candidate at Boston College, Melissa's work is as holistic as it is grounded in her own family's history. In this episode, we explore her work, studies and experience of racial reconciliation, forgiveness and justice-making.
10 - Eric Feigl-Ding
Eric Feigl-Ding is an epidemiologist, nutritionist and economist who taught at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health and is the co-founder of Happy Vitals.
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