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Tapestry - Debt, Sin and Making a LivingJan 30, 2015 | 53:59Tapestry Debt, Sin and Making a Living Audio
Tapestry Debt, Sin and Making a Living Jan 30, 2015 | 53:59How would you measure your worth as a human being? Your job title? Your usefulness in the world? Your bank balance? Today on Tapestry: Calculus of the Soul.
Tapestry - Alinah Azadeh InterviewJan 30, 2015 | 22:06Tapestry Alinah Azadeh Interview Audio
Tapestry Alinah Azadeh Interview Jan 30, 2015 | 22:06The artist Alinah Azadeh felt as though she had sinned when she fell into massive debt and lost her house.
Tapestry - Tapestry - Lodro Rinzler InterviewJan 30, 2015 | 20:25Tapestry Tapestry - Lodro Rinzler Interview Audio
Tapestry Tapestry - Lodro Rinzler Interview Jan 30, 2015 | 20:25Even a good Buddhist can fall into the trap of equating his worth with his pay cheque.
Tapestry - Tapestry Megan Williams Il CanadeseJan 30, 2015 | 6:44Tapestry Tapestry Megan Williams Il Canadese Audio
Tapestry Tapestry Megan Williams Il Canadese Jan 30, 2015 | 6:44A conversation with "Il Canadese" -- The Canadian, as his friends call him. He’s one of the many souvenir sellers outside the Vatican.
Tapestry - When debt feels like sin, how do you pay it off?Jan 30, 2015 | 22:06Tapestry When debt feels like sin, how do you pay it off? Audio
Tapestry When debt feels like sin, how do you pay it off? Jan 30, 2015 | 22:06The artist Alinah Azadeh felt as though she had sinned when she fell into massive debt and lost her house.
Tapestry - “Sometimes people at work are jerks. Sometimes you are one of them.”Jan 30, 2015 | 20:25Tapestry “Sometimes people at work are jerks. Sometimes you are one of them.” Audio
Tapestry “Sometimes people at work are jerks. Sometimes you are one of them.” Jan 30, 2015 | 20:25Even a good Buddhist can fall into the trap of equating his worth with his pay cheque.
Tapestry - At the Vatican, a Jewish vendor sells rosaries.Jan 30, 2015 | 6:44Tapestry At the Vatican, a Jewish vendor sells rosaries. Audio
Tapestry At the Vatican, a Jewish vendor sells rosaries. Jan 30, 2015 | 6:44A conversation with "Il Canadese", The Canadian, as his friends call him. He’s one of the many souvenir sellers outside the Vatican.
Tapestry - The Ties That BindJan 23, 2015 | 53:58Tapestry The Ties That Bind Audio
Tapestry The Ties That Bind Jan 23, 2015 | 53:58It's a hard thing to put into words, but a teacher named Elizabeth Stone may have nailed it. She wrote: "Making the decision to have a child - it is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body."
Tapestry - Living in the Age of LonelinessJan 16, 2015 | 53:59Tapestry Living in the Age of Loneliness Audio
Tapestry Living in the Age of Loneliness Jan 16, 2015 | 53:59Think for a minute about the worst insult you can lob at someone. Today on Tapestry, a man who argues that insult would be “Loser” and it’s a symptom of a world too competitive for its own good
Tapestry - Spiritual Self, Meet Sexual SelfJan 9, 2015 | 53:58Tapestry Spiritual Self, Meet Sexual Self Audio
Tapestry Spiritual Self, Meet Sexual Self Jan 9, 2015 | 53:58K.D. Miller has had it with the sanitized, talcum-powdered version of spirituality that exists in the minds of many people. The writer believes our spiritual selves and sexual selves intertwine in the most intimate ways.
Tapestry - Lights, Camera, Religion! (2014 Encore)Jan 2, 2015 | 53:59Tapestry Lights, Camera, Religion! (2014 Encore) Audio
Tapestry Lights, Camera, Religion! (2014 Encore) Jan 2, 2015 | 53:59Can Saturday night at the movies remind you of Sunday morning at church or Friday night at temple? Sure thing, if you see Martin Scorcese's Raging Bull a passion play and the goofy comedy Groundhog Day as a deeply religious film.
Tapestry - What Would Plato Do? (May 2014 Encore)Dec 26, 2014 | 54:00Tapestry What Would Plato Do? (May 2014 Encore) Audio
Tapestry What Would Plato Do? (May 2014 Encore) Dec 26, 2014 | 54:00Imagine a little bracelet you could wear every day. On it is inscribed: WWPD? What Would Plato Do? It's not as wacky as it sounds. The great philosopher would have a lot to say about how to live right now.
Tapestry - The Shortest Day, The Longest Night (2013 Encore)Dec 19, 2014 | 53:59Tapestry The Shortest Day, The Longest Night (2013 Encore) Audio
Tapestry The Shortest Day, The Longest Night (2013 Encore) Dec 19, 2014 | 53:59The idea of 'the longest night' has inspired storytellers for centuries. Today on the programme, we look at the winter solstice in a couple of different ways: the allure of the dark, the danger of the cold, and the potential for quiet in this season.
Tapestry - The Road Not Taken: Bernardo judge considered priesthoodDec 12, 2014 | 53:57Tapestry The Road Not Taken: Bernardo judge considered priesthood Audio
Tapestry The Road Not Taken: Bernardo judge considered priesthood Dec 12, 2014 | 53:57Patrick LeSage, former chief justice of the Superior Court of Ontario, speaks in a wide-ranging interview touching on the dignity of the accused, the emotional load carried by lawyers and judges, and his belief in the essential goodness of human beings.
Tapestry - Champion of the Damned: Bryan Stevenson's fight to fix a broken justice systemDec 5, 2014 | 53:56Tapestry Champion of the Damned: Bryan Stevenson's fight to fix a broken justice system Audio
Tapestry Champion of the Damned: Bryan Stevenson's fight to fix a broken justice system Dec 5, 2014 | 53:56When asked for a short bio, Bryan Stevenson offered up these 7 words: "Broken by poverty, injustice, condemnation. But hopeful." It's a powerful description, if a little too modest. Other people have called him: Atticus Finch meets Martin Luther King.

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