I was inspired to create this project in order to redefine what it means to be a millennial, reimagine personal and collective mythologies, and to help my generation pursue meaning, authenticity and belonging in troubled times.
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#122 Reclaiming Curiosity and Connection in Dangerously Divided Times with Mónica GuzmánMónica Guzmán is an author, journalist, and bridge builder. She is the Director of Digital Storytelling at Braver Angels, a nonprofit working to…
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#121 Celebrating Unpopular Opinions and the Fluidity of Identity with Lenore BlackLenore Black, a fan favorite of the show, returns for a second episode. It’s an understatement to say that a lot has changed in the year and a half…
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Several years ago, I decided to go back in time and watch hours of childhood home movies. I had just gotten divorced, quit my job, and was living alone…
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#120 Growing Up Maasai in a Complex, Changing World with Elia Edward MollelChris and I had the pleasure of spending ten days with Elia on our trip to Tanzania last month, and sat down to record a podcast with him at Lake Eyasi…
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Hello friends. Reporting to you live from a green velvet couch in Tbilisi, Georgia. Chris and I are officially within the last sixty days of (what…
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Vol. 24: July 1, 2022 Minerva’s Muse is a column of inspiration named after the Roman goddess of creativity, wisdom, medicine, and war. From art to…
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#119 Rerooting our Stories and Rewilding our Mythology with Sophie StrandSophie is a writer based in the Hudson Valley who focuses on the intersection of spirituality, storytelling, and ecology. We speak about personal and…
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