In today's program, guest Bob Diven opens a dialogue about "Not Knowing". In these times, in our liminal space, we may all be questioning what we thought we knew, what we think we know now, and what we realize that we just simply don't know. The conversation touches on the aspects of "Not Knowing" that influence us as individuals, as a community, as a society.
Today's conversation affords us the opportunity to explore with Bill McCamley, some of the characteristics and challenges of change and transition that are so profoundly affecting so many of us in this time. Bill offers a clear and candid look into his personal and professional process, as well as a chance to perhaps recognize similar considerations for ourselves.
In today's conversation with guest Fr. Gabriel Rochelle and host Randy Harris, we explore the concept of "Liminal Space".
It may seem obvious that our lives are always unfolding in transitional or liminal space, yet we may sometimes overlook it as we consider what's happening in our lives, and our world. The question arises; "May there be advantages in consistently holding the awareness that all is in transition - always?"
Bernie Digman joins host Randy Harris for an exploratory conversation about "Critical Thinking".
What is critical thinking? How do we do it? Why is it important?
From the starting point of the notion of "Toxic Masculinity", today's conversation with host Randy Harris and guest Harvey Daiho Hilbert explores some of the attitudes, cultural forces and language that shape our ideas of gender.
Today's program welcomes co-host Keith Whelpley to share some of his more recent considerations about "Time". Is time real? Can it be empirically measured and proven? If not, is time real? Is time a human construct? Are our constructs real? What does time mean to us, to our lives, to our perceptions of reality?
On today's Think Again program, host Randy Harris shares an unscripted, spontaneous conversation with his son Mick Harris - a post-pandemic, millennial professional from residing now in the Pacific Northwest.
The younger Mr. Harris shares candid views on post-pandemic reconnecting with others, how we relate to media/news/politics/religion, our personal and collective relationships to pressing social and environmental issues, and the internal and external responsibilities we face as we move further into the 21st Century - and more.
On today's episode of Think Again, Randy Harris and intermittent co-host Keith Whelpley explore some thinking about science and spirituality, quantum physics, what happens after folks pass on - and more. Enjoy a smorgasbord of considerations that seem to matter to us all.
In this program, Charlton Taylor, joins host Randy Harris to share a candid and thoughtful conversation about his journey from Christian Pastor - to Atheist and Humanist Celebrant.
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