I will never forget the first time I heard your program interviewing John O'Donohue. I was driving on my way to a personal retreat, and I had to pull the car to the side of the road as he read his poems "Beannacht" and "For A Friend, At the Arrival of Illness." I was so moved by his wisdom and imagery, particularly his depiction of depression. His words framed my retreat time, and I have loved his poetry ever since.
But really, the list goes on. I have had so many "Driveway Moments" listening to this show, it is impossible to count! The Thich Nhat Hanh show, the one with Seane Corne on yoga, your whole series on the economy and how we might live differently, Barbara Kingsolver on the ethics of food, Shane Claiborne (it's nice to hear a younger voice on the show, though I might be biased--he's a friend of mine!) Anyway, THANK YOU, and I hope that your good work continues under the new name.
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