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CBC Radio Tapestry
Tapestry is a show on exploring what it means to be human. Hosted by Mary Hynes
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 24
'In Goodnight Moon, Brown explores the relationship between a young bunny and his material possessions set against the backdrop of the Cold War.'
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 24
You are my hero. That is all.
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 22
Steve Rogers. But - really - what's the difference?
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 22
'Utilitarianism in its crudest and cruelest form won out over Kantianism at its most noble.' via
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 22
'Within that one line of dialogue lies one of the oldest disputes in moral philosophy.' The irresolvable moral dilemma at the heart of Avengers: Infinity War via
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 22
'It means being conscious and aware enough to choose what you pay attention to and to choose how you construct meaning from experience. Because if you cannot exercise this kind of choice in adult life, you will be totally hosed.' via
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Alison Dudley May 19
Loved your story about that white woman awkwardly cutting in on your family time to ask if you had seen Black Panther. Keeping this in mind today as I desperately try to refrain from asking random black people at the mall if they saw the 🤓
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Ross McCleery May 20
WOWWW!!! Fascinating stuff I hadn't heard before!!!! CBC Radio Tapestry
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 19
“You don’t change someone’s mind in the course of a phone call.” talks to the people who sent him hate mail.
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 19
Killaq Enuaraq-Strauss, a Jewish-Inuk woman, says it might be more challenging to be an observant Jew in the far north, it doesn’t mean it can’t be done.
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 18
“Eating meat, paradoxically, in the past, was done in a much more moral and compassionate fashion than it’s done today.” Rabbi David Rosen, along with over 70 rabbis worldwide, wants Jews to consider veganism as the new kosher.
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 17
'In this view, the biggest threat to America and to the world may be a simple lack of intellectual humility.'
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 17
Team sadly divided. Knew you'd be on the side of the angels....
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 17
Replying to @RebeccaCaine
Green finch and linnet bird! Oh man, that was sublime. (And I don't *get* musicals....)
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BBC Radio 4 May 15
"There is no motivation higher than being a good writer." Tom Wolfe, 2 March 1930 - 14 May 2018.
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Fetzer Institute May 15
Sometimes people get the mistaken notion that spirituality is a separate department of life, the penthouse of our existence. But rightly understood, it is a vital awareness that pervades all realms of our being. --Br. David Steindl-Rast
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Casper ter Kuile May 13
Reminder - 72% of religious “nones” believe in a higher power of some kind, even if not in God as described in the Bible.
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 14
Haven't seen yet! The Marvel Comic Universe has too strong a hold on me - can't stop re-watching....
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 14
1/ Captain America: The First Avenger. 2/ The Good Place. 3/ A Series of Unfortunate Events.
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CBC Radio Tapestry May 14
Replying to @ekpettit
I'm right there with you, Minerva....
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