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If we are to live together we need to talk to one another. That is why we invite smart, challenging and relevant guests to a podcast where differences are encouraged and make us smarter. The conversation continues.

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If we are to live together we need to talk to one another. That is why we invite smart, challenging and relevant guests to a podcast where differences are encouraged and make us smarter. The conversation continues.

    #011 Mandar Apte

    #011 Mandar Apte

    Mandar Apte is the founder of Cities4Peace, a global initiative of the International Association for Human Values (IAHV) that strives to promote peace and reduce violence in cities worldwide. Among other things they bring police officers and former gang members together in workshops. Learn more at https://cities4peace.org.

    Follow Mandar on Twitter: @mandarapte108

    The web links mentioned in the program:

    www.mandar-apte.com
    www.cities4peace.org
    www.artofliving.org
    www.fromindiawithlove.org

    • 1 tim. 42 min
    #010 Emma Gingerich

    #010 Emma Gingerich

    Emma grew up in an Amish household. She decided to leave the community, which meant she had to learn so many things others take for granted. The relationship to her family inevitably changed. So much so, she's not in contact with most of them today.

    Emma's book is called "Runaway Amish Girl: The Great Escape".
    https://www.amazon.com/Runaway-Amish-Girl-Great-Escape/dp/1940834074
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/examishgirl?lang=sv

    The How can we? podcast is available at Radio Play, Spotify, Itunes, Acast and www.howcanwepodcast.com .

    • 1 tim. 30 min
    #009 Eldra Jackson III

    #009 Eldra Jackson III

    You might have seen Eldra Jackson III in the documentary "The Work" (2017). Eldra has served 24 years of a life sentence, two of them in solitary. Nowadays, he works for the organization "Inside Circle" which was founded in New Folsom Prison in Sacramento 1996, after a deadly racial rioting. Members of Inside circle, among other things, works as facilitators in men's work inside the prison walls. Sometimes with people from the outside participating. By working the program and rehabilitation of Inside Circle, Eldra was able to be released from prison.

    The How can we? podcast is available at Radio Play, Spotify, Itunes, Acast and www.howcanwepodcast.com .

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    Twitter: @modiri_navid
    howcanwepodcast.com
    YouTube: https://bit.ly/36hHqcS

    • 1 tim. 24 min
    #008 Ben Page

    #008 Ben Page

    Navid talks to Ben Page, who is the founder of Shinrin Yoku LA and has been a forest guide since 2016. He's also the co-founder of the Open School which is southern California's only democratic school. Instead of a curriculum and classes, they learn through life and democracy.

    The How can we? podcast is available at Radio Play, Spotify, Itunes, Acast and www.howcanwepodcast.com.

    • 1 tim. 40 min
    #007 Dr Mandel & Sam Mandel

    #007 Dr Mandel & Sam Mandel

    The How can we? podcast is available at Radio Play, Spotify, Itunes, Acast and www.howcanwepodcast.com.

    Dr Steven L Mandel founded Ketamine Clinics in Los Angeles 2014 together with his son Sam Mandel, COO. The main part of their patients suffers from depression, PTSD or chronic pain. They say that over 80 % of their patients with depression gets better within hours or days after treatment. Navid spoke to both of them to hear more about their work.

    Learn more:
    https://www.ketamineclinics.com

    Follow Navid:
    Instagram: @navidmodiriofficial
    Twitter: @modiri_navid

    • 47 min
    #006 Raghu Markus

    #006 Raghu Markus

    The How can we? podcast is available at Radio Play, Spotify, Itunes, Acast and www.howcanwepodcast.com.

    Navid talks to Raghu Markus, who's the director of Ram Dass Love Serve Remember Foundation. He also hosts his own podcast; Mindrolling Podcast which is about "coming unstuck and the recent history of awoken awareness. It’s about the intersection of culture, consciousness and realization."

    Navid talked to Raghu just two weeks after Ram Dass' passing december 22, 2019.


    Twitter: @raghu108
    YouTube: Be Here Now Network

    • 1 tim. 11 min

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Zlatan123456 ,

Great podcast

Amazing podcast, amazing conversation.

FramklinRamberg ,

Great podcast!

Great podcast! Been listening to the swedish version and I love it. I’ve got to say, I was a little skeptical of an english version, but after listening to the first episode I’m certain it’s going te be at least as good as the swedish one. Keep them coming! 🔥

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