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Living a Life of Integrity and Meaning

April 8th, 2017

Author, psychotherapist, and talk show host Kathleen Brooks, PhD will be in studio to dialogue and offer her wisdom with Jason and share herself with the listener. She will be joined by Gary Kessler, PhD, a former professor of philosophy and religious studies as well as author of Voices of Wisdom: A Multicultural Philosophy Reader.

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Happiness

April 5th, 2017

Happiness is perhaps one of America’s foremost goals – probably more so than other countries. And yet we are oriented toward money to a large degree. So does money and busyness and forward progress bring about fulfillment, meaning, and flourishing? What other factors are there? And what is the degree to which it can be

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Get a Life!

April 5th, 2017

You’ve heard the barb, Get a Life! Though usually meant as a conversation-stopper, Jason has dedicated a show to the discussion of what kind of life is worth getting, and how you get one using values and ethics. He found two guests who are willing to discuss this intriguing and elusive idea – how to

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From Thought to Action: Interview with Ruth Westreich

April 5th, 2017

Sometimes the ideas Jason gets into on this program about values and ethics can be abstract, external, or at times, obtuse. For that and many other reasons, Jason dialogues with Ruth Westreich about her life, her values, her work, the modern world, and how she puts thought into action. She recently co-authored (with Jan Phillips)

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Finding Fulfillment and Purpose

April 5th, 2017

A few shows ago Jason explored fulfillment and meaning, values and ethics, and it was really just the tip of the iceberg. He is pleased to welcome Laurent Grenier, author of A Reason for Living, and Eric Kaufman, President of InSight Consulting to offer their wisdom. Laurent was injured in an accident as a teen,

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Finding a Match Between Your Heart and Your Job

April 5th, 2017

The charismatic, full of wisdom, and learned Founder/Executive Producer/Host of New Dimensions Radio Michael Toms spent his valuable time sharing with the listener and Jason some of his ideas on how to find the right job – and then work enthusiastically and ethically. Michael and his wife Justine wrote an influential work entitled True Work:

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Education for the Whole Child

April 4th, 2017

Mainstream, public education in America today is failing in at least two regards: children aren’t learning the fundamentals of values and ethics well enough, and “extracurricular activities” such as art are being excised due to budgetary problems or ideological ignorance. Children who go to public schools are in trouble, but for those parents who are

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“A Hummingbird Rekindles My Hope”

March 30th, 2017

In this poem, a hummingbird is symbolic of rekindled hope, love, and joy. The hummingbird may be familiar to anyone who knows the movie 21 Grams, for it weighs 21 grams. That is how much the soul is supposed to weigh. This tragedy features the following lines:

“They say we all lose 21 grams at the time of our death.”
The hummingbird-sized addition to my heart has flown away.

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An Exploration of Wisdom

January 22nd, 2017

Wisdom is a simple, yet elusive matter. Everyone seems to know something about wisdom, but few deeply understand it and the role it plays in their values and ethics. Do you have to be a Buddhist monk, or a scholar of ancient Greek philosophy, understanding of values quotes to know what wisdom really means? How

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A Life of Value

January 22nd, 2017

What does the idea “a life of value” mean? What values and ethics do wise people have? What are American values? How can one live a life that is both comfortable, fulfilling, and moral? On hand to answer these questions and more is Earle F. Zeigler, PhD, Emeritus Professor from the University of Western Ontario

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