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Make Life Work
Hello and welcome to Make Life Work where I’ll be talking about people, culture and everything humanity (animals, too as they're part of humanity). It might sound like a mix between psychology and cultural anthropology classes but much more entertaining. I’ll talk about how we shape culture and how it traps us, and look at how the expectations of social groups and families impact how we think, feel and behave. It’s impossible to separate the nature of people and the influence of society. We all have a little something we have to deal with and we often get in the way of our success and happiness. The great news is just a little change goes a very long way. Society can't change if people don't grow as humans and people won't change if society fails to evolve. We need to attend to both, the health of society and the health of people. Please join me every Monday at 1 PM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.
철학을 행동하는 사람들
지월(指月)-보는 관점에 따라 달리 보이는 세상. 자기중심적 사고는 진보를 망치기 때문에, 다양성을 관조하고 나름의 철학을 행동하는 사람들이라면, 넓고 깊게 보는 눈과 진정성 있는 따뜻한 목소리를 낼 수 있다고 생각합니다. 철행사에서 진행되는 토론 주제는 다양하고 제한이 없으나 의견에는 근거가 꼭 뒤를 따라야합니다. 페이스북 철행사는 회원들이 만들어 가는 모임이며 온.오프라인의 원할한 운영을 위해 운영위원회를 두고 있고, 누구나 회원 추천이 가능하나 구성원의 동의가 필요합니다. 이에 가입(페북)시 소정의 양식을 보내드립니다(페북메신져).
Fahl i samtal
DN:s Hanna Fahl leder en serie längre, personliga intervjuer inför publik på Teater Brunnsgatan Fyra i Stockholm.
Coach Curl Radio
Engaging, Empowering topics from Leadership and Life Lessons shared with listeners. Free program for personal growth. My music is supplied Royalty Free from chanredfield on Fiverr.
"Millennial" is an exploration of the generation coming of age. Generation Y, or the Millennial Generation, is aging into positions of power and influence, and we're reporting on what this generation will do politically, socially, and technologically with the world it's inheriting. All of this reporting is being done by Millennials on ourselves and our peers, and we seek to better understand what we stand for, the stories we have to tell, the issues we face, and the history we’ll make.
韓國在改變, 因為改變, 創造韓國崛起的神話, 韓國究竟改變了什麼? 怎麼改變? 在改變的同時有什麼是沒有變的呢？ 我們的節目藉著談論韓國，希望和大家一起發現: 台灣美好價值正在改變與消失，期待台灣人擺脫對韓國的偏見，真正看到值得學習的正面價值觀念。
The Antichrist by Friedrich Nietzsche
Save for his raucous, rhapsodical autobiography, Ecce Homo, The Antichrist is the last thing that Nietzsche ever wrote, and so it may be accepted as a statement of some of his most salient ideas in their final form. Of all Nietzsche’s books, The Antichrist comes nearest to conventionality in form. It presents a connected argument with very few interludes, and has a beginning, a middle and an end.
The New School at Commonweal: Exploring Nature, Culture and Inner Life
The New School at Commonweal is a community of inquiry. We explore topics in health, the arts and sciences, the environment, and the inner life. Over the past four years, The New School has presented more than 80 conversations with thought and action leaders who are shaping our world - such as Ram Dass, Paul Hawken, Terry Tempest Williams, Fritjof Capra, and Rachel Naomi Remen. Events are offered as a gift to The New School community unless otherwise noted, and donations are welcome. You can listen to podcasts of New School conversations on iTunes and on our website archives. Join The New School community!
Life Culture Sports
Life Culture Sports is a self explanatory podcast. It is dedicated to all things about life(current events, news), culture(way of life, way of thinking) and ofcourse sports(pertaining to life and culture). The separate sports portion of the podcast will be a weekly show about the Knicks. Under the name Knicks home court you will find podcasts about the Knicks weekly.
My good friends Clayton Davis and Joe Stepp talk with me about nuance, philosophical ideas, and the works of Literature & Art that affect our culture. It's very nerdy, and a ton of fun. You can start on Episode 1, or jump in to the most recent one.