A podcast that looks at various topics through the lens of wisdom traditions. Panel discussions on Challenge 2.0 and Wisdom From Our Neighborhood take different approaches to sharing the stories and expertise of our guests.
A Vote Withheld, Hope Withheld Part Two
In last week’s edition of Challenge 2.0, we examined the low voter turnout in this country and what that suggests about our sense of hope in the present and the future. Today, we talk with veteran journalists and new political candidates to examine what can be done to re-invigorate our democracy, our sense of hope and our sense of connection with others. Find out more at https://pathstounderstanding.org
Challenge 2.0 A Vote Withheld Part One
Our country’s reported voter turnout is among the lowest in the developed nations of the world . That’s one reason The Economist magazine recently ranked the United States 25th in an assessment of the strength of our democracy. Our country didn’t even make the top 20…and it represents a continued decline. Why don’t more people participate in elections and what does that indicate about our sense of hope for our present and our future. We’ll examine those questions in this episode of Challenge 2.0 Find out more at https://www.pathstounderstanding.org
Challenge 2.0 The Grief Of No Goodbye
Among the great tragedies of the Corona Virus Pandemic is the inability to be physically present with friends or family who are hospitalized. That’s especially true of those who are dying. The Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos, Rabbi Ted Falcon, Pastor Dave Brown and Imam Jamal Rahman return in this episode of Challenge 2.0 to examine the wounds created by the grief of not being able to say goodbye. They also offer thoughtful strategies to heal those wounds. Find out more at https://pathstounderstanding.org
Challenge 2.0 Finding Peace During The Pandemic
The physical threat of the Corona Virus is obvious. We only have to look at the daily statistics of those infected and the fatalities. The more subtle danger is the impact of both the virus and social separation on our emotional health. In this episode of Challenge 2.0, we welcome the return of the Interfaith Amigos, Rabbi Ted Falcon, Pastor Dave Brown and Imam Jamal Rahman. They will examine the threat the Pandemic poses to our mental health, and offer strategies to find peace and resilience.
The Call to Be a Blessing to all Families Cultures and Nations
This episode will engage in deep conversation about the heart of the Abrahamic Traditions and how it can guide our lives as individuals and communities in relation to people of different cultures and religions. Now that we are all living together in our towns and cities, how can we be a part of a group while honoring other groups, sharing and receiving what we all have to offer? We will explore what the Abrahamic Tradition in its expressions of Islam, Judaism and Christianity propose about this crucial question.
Human Beings within the Ecosystem
Collectively, human beings are creating the conditions of an unparalleled ecological crisis. We will explore the relationship between the human being, the earth and all of life, explore the scope of the challenges we face and what the Abrahamic Traditions might offer us as we face them.
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Quality discussions about important topics with great guests. Interfaith, social justice, environmental and so many other topics.