Question Of The Week # 5: “Do you love unconditionally? If not, why not? If you do, how is it with you?”
How do great storytellers access their genius? “We are the stories we tell ourselves,” she said. “We are the stories we believe. We are the stories we sing and speak. We are the stories we enjoy. We are our stories.” _Myosheka Series. We are an integral part of each other’s story. Amy Tan explains..
Judah Epstein takes on the world’s most grueling foot race – the Amazon Jungle Marathon – and takes The Journey’s listeners along for the thrill, as he navigates a course around jaguars, anacondas, tarantulas and brutal bugs.
Zoltan Papp, shares his intriguing story on The Journey providing invaluable insight to student athletes considering their next best step and to parents who only want the best for their children.
There is more to ‘playing games’ – every kind of game – than catches the eye. It is more than just a pastime or just for fun. It is deeper than any desire to win. It goes far beyond being unscrupulous. And if you think it is just about scoring, piling up trophies or carving another notch on the belt, you’re missing a crucial aspect of life – of living on this planet.
David Tarlo, son of holocaust survivors, is an artist and acupuncturist, alongside actor and backgammon activist Don Fletcher on The Journey exploring Games Men Play In The Coffee Shop, through their stories, underscore the four deep secrets of men playing games. Their insights are illuminating and intriguing.
Poet Ric Couchman and Author Neville DeAngleou read The Feast, Prelude to The Journey up The Mountain, The Evidence of Things Not Seen and RIK on The Journey. The Poet advises young poets.