9 episodes

A serialized podcast from Actor/Writer Wendel Meldrum that takes you on a spirited journey unfolding the madness and the cure of all things woman. A philosophy created from the universal truth that everyone's first home was a woman's body. We are going to get into it. There is music by composer Patric Caird to soften the blow.

What is a Woman, because...it's absurd to be a woman on planet earth, etc. Wendel Meldrum Actor Writer

    • Philosophy
    • 4.9, 13 Ratings

A serialized podcast from Actor/Writer Wendel Meldrum that takes you on a spirited journey unfolding the madness and the cure of all things woman. A philosophy created from the universal truth that everyone's first home was a woman's body. We are going to get into it. There is music by composer Patric Caird to soften the blow.

    The Last One!

    The Last One!

    Okay, I have had my say. Another attempt to explore a world view beginning with the one thing we can all agree upon, we all begin life inside a woman’s body…so seriously what the hell happened. I am moving on to reworking this podcast and putting it into it’s next form, a theatre piece or a film is what I am thinking now. So partnering with a director and or cinematographer is my next expansion. Exciting. Any thoughts? Ideas?

    Book I recommend is Feral by George Monbiot  It’s a great read and speaks to rewilding nature vs conserving nature. Informative, hopeful and real.

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17160008-feral

    The film I recommend is Into the Forest by Patricia Rozema which I wrote a blog about and want to give it another shout out. It  gets called a chick flick instead of ‘hey check out this film’. And so it goes.

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/into_the_forest/

    Am just starting to read Kitten Clone by Douglas Coupland who has a masterful voice deconstructing culture. This one is about the internet and it’s effect on our world. Just a small dive in has been mind-blowing.

    I am so grateful to have had this platform to get my say out there. If I died tomorrow I would have had my say and that is a comfort somehow for the tomorrows I have left. I recommend doing it. Let me know if you do..

    Thank you.

     

    • 13 min
    Episode #8 ‘A Woman’s Ego’

    Episode #8 ‘A Woman’s Ego’

    The Chinese curse ‘May you live in interesting times’ seems to be upon us. Onward.

    Just read a wee book called ‘The Leipzig Connection’ by Paolo Lionni. It looks into the formation of the American educational system from about 1850 onward. It seems the advent of psychology and the changing perception of what a human is – the Pavlovian response, for example – that steered education away from promoting thought and discourse and towards rote learning.

    If you are interested in exploring many excellent minds on the subject of children and education I can recommend Michael Mendozza’s foundation ‘Touch the Future’ and his wonderful website https://ttfuture.org/

    Am closing in on my last episode with #9 being the last I have planned. All of them heard from 1 through 9 is meant to be a radio play. Will do an edit of the whole thing and then put that up as #10. Thanks for listening.



     

     

    G******s, G******s, Genitlas

    G******s, G******s, Genitlas

    Regarding the topic of ‘G******s’ I witnessed a bit of evolution while in Canada last week. My husband I were walking with a friend and his dog. We crossed the street and ran into a neighbor of our friend – a woman with her three year old in a stroller. The little girl reached out her arms to the dog and the mother unbuckled her so she could embrace her doggy friend. When the mother introduced the girl to us she got shy and put her head into her stroller with her bum in the air. We all looked down as the girl’s bum was right at the level of the dog’s nose. The dog started to sniff her bum. There was a slight waver in the air as everyone scanned the situation. Our friend didn’t pull on his dog. The mother didn’t try to turn her daughter around. The dog took a couple of sniffs and lost interest. The girl was able to continue to feel shy with her head in her stroller. Everyone got respected and nature took it’s course.

    These past few days I have been thinking  about Joseph Chilton Pearce who started the process of dying a few days ago and posted this on FB https://ttfuture.org/blog/michael/transcending-personal-death

    Thought that this would be an eye opening read and have ordered it. A little inside look at the CDC getting out into the world seems like just the thing. https://www.amazon.com/Master-Manipulator-Explosive-Embezzlement-Government/dp/151070843X?ie=UTF8&ct=t(Bring_Vaxxed_to_a_city_near_you_4_30_2016)



     

     

    Episode #6 'Thought, Think, Idea'

    Episode #6 'Thought, Think, Idea'

    Trying to know your own mind can drive you crazy. Have a listen and cool your jets.

    Oh, and yes, there is a horror story for balance.

    • 17 min
    Episode #5 ‘Saddest History Ever!’

    Episode #5 ‘Saddest History Ever!’

    If your childhood molded you maybe you’re curious how childhood molded the world. I give a nod to Joseph Chilton Pearce for all his wisdom filled books and Robin Grill who wrote the jaw dropping ‘Parenting for a Peaceful World’



     

    • 18 min
    What if women had invented our world?

    What if women had invented our world?

    If women had invented our world what kind of world would we be living in?

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

trixie303 ,

A delight

There are very few truly original voices out there. This is really fun while also being deep: my favorite combination. Perfect length to listen to while walking the dog and getting a few laughs and some human insight too. Love it!

LilLili ,

Love it! A must hear.

This is so entertaining. A serious topic brought to light in a delightfully witty way. Can't wait for the next one!

raww honeyy ,

yes, yes

beautiful inquiry into the nature of true origin within this whacky universe. thank you Wendel! Music spot on as well. Looking forward to episode 2 :)

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