Welcome to the One Village Podcast. We believe that, just like a village, a diverse group of individuals can come together to create something bigger then the sum of the parts.
Happy New Year! Over the next several months you are going to hear a variety of people. Some will be old and some young. Some black and some white. We’ll have men, women, and folks that identify as non-binary. Some will prefer the color red and others blue. Some will have a fair amount of disposable income and some may be living paycheck to paycheck. We’ll have vegans, pescatarians, omnivores, vegetarians, flexitarians, and folks on macrobiotic diets. Some will be single. Some will be married. You’re baby’s mama is welcome and so is your brother form another mother. We’ll be inviting beer drinkers, coffee drinkers, and non-drinkers. If you ride a motorcycle, we’re glad you could join us.
We’re planning on diversity and inclusion but NOT hate speech or judgement.
The one thing we’ll all have in common is the we all Have (got) Something To Say!
This podcasts is intended for adults but we don’t want to make it so kids can’t listen. There may be mature themed content but not unnecessary song or curse words. We don’t want to limit folks freedom of speech. We just prefer you expand your vocabulary and ours by using better more appropriate words.
We may agree. We may disagree. We may have to agree to disagree but we’ll all be part of the same village.
Do you need an eye exam?
2020 forced us all to take a look at our lives. Can you see clearly?
Legacy the Poet
Now this is exciting. Morgan couldn't make it into the studio this week show she called it in for us.
She reads some of her original poetry from her upcoming book.
Christopher Massey and the importance of Mental Health.
As CEO of I AM STRENGTH, Christopher encourages us to find the information and help that is relevant to us.
Theater Transcends the Generations.
Christina Marie's grandparents, parents, and child have all contributed to her passion for the arts.
Listen to her thoughts on how is transcend's the generations.
The Brothel Near the Bus – Expanding Our Comfort Zone
[Global Staci #4] How big is your comfort zone? When we find ourselves in situations that make us feel uncomfortable, we are pushing up against the boundaries of what is familiar or acceptable. As we do this, we continue to grow into people who can tolerate differences, who can embrace the other, and who can relax more knowing we’ve been here before. Come with me, inside the brothel near the bus station.
To learn more check out www.globalstaci.com. Instagram @Global_Staci
[Qué pasa? Qué tal? Amiga, Gracias por escuchar (Spanish) How are you? or What’s up? Friend, Thanks for listening]
“When you travel, remember that a foreign country is not designed to make you comfortable. It is designed to make its own people comfortable.” – Clifton Fadiman
First Week Of Lent
Jesus is tempted and Mel says, “Tap into the love!”
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Love this unique format!
Thanks for doing this and giving a platform to the many inspiring, loving and diverse voices. Wonderful and uplifting. The world and everyone in it need that.
Just what the doctor ordered!
This sounds amazing. Such an on time podcast for the new year! Looking forward to the many voices from this awesome community!