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Mind of The Wandering Monk

By Random Nerds

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Take a moment and stop. Stop fearing, and fussing, and wondering what's next. Take a moment to delight in the absurd and indulge in the present. Write a poem. Sing a song. If these are already your habits, share them with another, encourage the creation of art. This is a podcast framed by the sentimental, silly mind of a man who lives heart first and is forever curious. Above all, he is a poet and storyteller. His name is Alex, but his friends call him the wandering monk.

Customer Reviews

Boo yah

Bowling and Go-carts. It’s a gentleman’s thing. Miss you Fester! Great show, keep bangin’.

All the Feelings

Alex make me feel things. All of them. But when I listen he's their to help me understand them. I can't thank him enough for doing this podcast.

Raw, honest philosophy with a hint of fiction.

I met Alex in New York city. He briefly sublet the place I was also subletting. Our time spent was a month at most. But there was just a magnetic energy to him. I've followed his journey ever since.

This podcast is creative. It's poingnant. Like any great expression, it exists for its own sake. Warts and all. It exists for us to feel something when we listen. Any something at all.

For me personally, it gives me a space (a dusty old back porch in my mind) to just BE for a while. And I look forward to that space. I get excited when a new episode comes out! I wait for just the right moment to listen. It's moody. So you gotta be in the right mood to really take it all in. It's kinda like a good record in that way. It would probably sound great on vinyl too.

Mike The Guitar is a fantastic musician! His twangy guitar stylings really set the tone. It sounds old timey. Back porch. Rocking chairs.

All in all, just a very enjoyable podcast. It's increible how quickly the editing has evolved already after 3 episodes. Kudos! Here's to the next 300!

Mind of The Wandering Monk
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  • Category: Philosophy
  • Language: English

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