A therapist talks about ego, blind faith, and a hill in southeast Minnesota.
A nonprofit worker talks about good penmanship, Chinese church, and what to do when you can’t leave your hometown behind.
A farmer talks about about the priesthood, the throat chakra, and learning to let go.
Two kombucha brewers talk about family, true grit, and how to start a company.
A tarot card reader talks about travel, cynicism, and channeling your inner rockstar.
A nomadic artist talks about pseudonyms, heritage, and what you can learn from breakfast in a foreign country.
A dietitian talks about language barriers, courage, and climbing Mt. Everest.
A New England grandmother tells about the people she knows, from salt miners in Virginia to the upper crust of St. Louis, Missouri to the neighboring surgeon who will never work again. Read more
I went to get my hair cut last week, courtesy of the lovely Leann, as an unnecessary thank-you gift for watching Ajani.