I hate to say it but I agree with the commenter. I used to listen all the time but have found the topics less compelling recently. I love pieces about people living their faith. I have enjoyed ALL the shows pertaining to Islam; what could be more important in these times than clarifying a religion so misunderstood? This one about Ramadan is the first program I've listened to in a while and has brought me back in. You can do more pieces (please do) about Islam and Muslims. I loved and have listen more than once to the program with Thich Nhat Hanh. I enjoyed meeting Shane Clairborne in the show 'The New Monastics', Barbara Kingsolver in 'The Ethics of Eating", the Israeli and Palestinian friends in 'No More Taking Sides', 'Jon Kabot-Zinn's Science of Mindfulness', Mariane Pearl in 'A Spirit of Defiance', and so on - you get the idea. Topics relating to ideas such as 'faith and poetry' or 'faith and poverty' are less interesting to me.
I would love to hear a program about the Baha'i Faith and a program about the vegetarians who don't eat animals for spiritual reasons. Thanks for asking for our input. I do love SOF.
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