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Dear MS Tippett, I am a listener but I am not a spiritual person. As such I am repeatedly bothered by the attitude of you and your guests to the lives of secular people. Just yesterday I heard Jonathan Sacks describe our lives as "flat", "plastic" and "uncreative". It's really disheartening when the most sensitive people on the radio feel people like me are beyond the pale of sensitivity. Secular people are human beings. What's more, secular lives are a perfectly valid mode of being. We are not nihilists or hedonists or automatons or zombies or monsters. Some of us might even make interesting guests on your show if you would have us. Charles Edwards, Ann Arbor, Michigan