Guest Reverend Dr. Harvey Daiho Hilbert, Buddhist priest, and former psychotherapist, with a PHD in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University joins with host Randy Harris in conversation about the concept of Critical Race Theory (CRT).
In this episode of Think Again, sometimes co-host and always delightful guest Keith Whelpley joins Randy Harris to explore parenting - how we think about the process, why we think the way we do, and why that matters. The exploration touches on how we were parented, and how we parent; past, and present. The conversation considers many factors, including but not limited to, the apparent and perhaps the unseen or unexpected outcomes of how we parent our young and adult children.
Today's Think Again conversation features Trisha McCaul. She and host Randy Harris explore the thinking and practices that inform "Ancestral Veneration" - a process of increasing our awareness and connection with those who've come before us.
During this time of significant government spending, host Randy Harris is joined by Max Mastellone for a conversation about "Modern Monetary Theory". Max presents some observations about how our economy works and potential Deficit Myths that listeners may find controversial. Listeners may be treated to some surprises, and some perspectives that call upon us to consider how we think about our economy.
This morning's program features a conversation with host Randy Harris and guest Dave Gallus. Dave, a conservative Christian, identifies as a community advocate - advocating for recognition of what we have in common, and seeking unity. The conversation touches on how we think and establish respectful dialogue processes, and how we might overcome some of the impediments in the process of bringing people together.
Today's program features a conversation with Tony Grenko - counselor, therapist, and social worker in our local school system, and in private practice. With host Randy Harris, the dialogue explores some of the psychological, emotional, and cognitive factors that 2020 has brought into play both individually and as a culture, and for both youth and adults. They also touch on the rise of "Existential Anxiety" and considerations of "Transitions" that seem critical to how we think about our individual and collective futures.
In this episode of Think Again, Randy Harris, with good friend and co-host Keith Whelpley, begin a rudimentary exploration of some of the science, religion and philosophy surrounding consideration of "Death". Just a couple of guys having a conversation that scratches the surface of ideas, thinking and feelings, related to this timeless human consideration. The conversation touches on but a few of the notions and beliefs that may actually have the power to shape our perceptions of the reality of our everyday lives.
In today's episode of Think Again, host Randy Harris and guest Genevieve Chavez Mitchell explore the roles of women in the world of economics. The conversation considers the "stories" we internalize about money and the growing influence of "the feminine" in how we think about economics. We touch on options for redirecting our financial energies toward more conscious choices in our relationships with one another, our communities and our planet.
Host Randy Harris welcomes a conversation with Shahid Mustafa, farmer and owner/operator of Taylor Hood Farms - a local Community Supported Agriculture project. Shahid shares meaningful considerations about our thinking and behavior, related to climate change, and local food production - present and future.
Host Randy Harris is privileged to share a thoughtful conversation with local social activist Elisa Sanchez. Together they explore why we think the way we do about equity, economics, government, and politics. The conversation peeks at "human nature", our capacity to look within for clarity, and personal responsibility for demonstrating in our own lives, the principles and values we hold most dear.
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