Of Two Minds
By Of Two Minds
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A conversation between two people who share something deeply in common and yet remain deeply divided, hosted by Sarah Shourd. First, we interview each guest separately and ask them about the events that formed their beliefs. Then we get them to talk to each other and hash things out.
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Love this!! So important - now more than ever.
Jus listened to the first episode “A Sibling Gender War”. So good. We live in a time where so many people are giving up on each other, drawing the line, unfriending each other... in a way a sibling relationship is a perfect example for us because they're in a kind of 'no exit clause' relationship. It is harder to just walk away. I think the stories Matt and Jackie have shared here are going to help a lot of people. Definitely helped me. They give us an example of how to keep engaging with the people we might love but not always understand. This first episode left me feeling a lot of compassion for both siblings, and, surprisingly, extra compassion for men.
Refreshingly balanced point of view podcast
I listened to the episode about policing. I like how you hear the host’s perspective and background before the subject-related stories of two people are featured. Then the focus shifts to the development and justification for their beliefs about the subject matter. It’s a good format. I appreciate allowing the uncensored language from the featured subjects. This podcast is honest and explicit in terms of honest language used at times, so check it out and be prepared for honesty from 3 different perspectives.
This is so needed right now.
We really need thoughtful, in depth conversations like this. It’s so important! Sarah puts these together so well.