Listen to this episode Shula Klinger
lives in Vancouver. Her ancestral roots are all over the place. When it comes to celebrating religious holidays, it's a bit of a mash-up. We're going to hear about a new holiday in Shula's household, called 'Eastover'. Find out what happens when Shula and her husband plan a Scottish-Acadian-Jewish-Polish-Canadian-Catholic Seder.
And meet spiritual teacher Byron Katie
, recently compared by writer Mark Matousek to 'the goddess Kali in Hindu lore; the fierce feminine, severing chains-of-delusion with the sword of self-knowledge.'
Also, when the Toronto jazz pianist Ron Davis
discovered an old piece of Polish folk music, he also learned some surprising stories about his family's past and the grandfather he never knew.