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KIM JOHN PAYNE  deepens understanding and gives practical tools for life questions that arise out of the burning social issues of our time. When push comes to love you know that parent has been reading his latest book, The Soul of Discipline.

KIM JOHN PAYNE  deepens understanding and gives practical tools for life questions that arise out of the burning social issues of our time. When push comes to love you know that parent has been reading his latest book, The Soul of Discipline.

CHRISTOPHER MCDOUGALL, perhaps most known for writing Born to Run, covered wars in Rwanda and Angola as a foreign correspondent for the Associated Press before becoming a book author/story teller.. His fascination with the limits of human potential not only led him to create the Outside Magazine web series, “Art of the Hero”, but also led him to write Natural Born Heroes and most recently, Running With Sherman. Yes, it’s about a rescued donkey, yes it’s about the World Championship Burro Races but don’t be surprised to find the heart of the matter is that the heart matters….

Is nothing sacred anymore? We hear that being said, but let’s go with everything is sacred and see where it leads…

In When Plants Dream, SOPHIA ROKHLIN and DANIEL PINCHBECK explore the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental impact that ayahuasca is having on society.

“EVERYTHING that colonies do when they are living on their own (not being managed by beekeepers) is done to favor their survival and their reproduction, and thus their success is a contribution to the next generation of colonies, and I mean everything!”

The author of many books on bees, Cornell professor and internationally known beemeister, THOMAS SEELEY, talks about The Lives of Bees, his latest book.

Sometimes Brilliant is an autobiography about LARRY BRILLIANT‘s  life which turned into a quest to live well by seeking a truth and doing for others. Creating a life long friendship with Wavy Gravy and Ram Dass, eradicating small pox from India at Maharaji’s strong suggestion, co-founding the Seva Foundation and high tailing it off of an elephant’s mating ground in the middle of the night just happened along the way….

Sometimes Brilliant is a fantastic read and an inspiration for living life.

Sometimes Brilliant is an autobiography about LARRY BRILLIANT‘s  life which turned into a quest to live well by seeking a truth and doing for others. Creating a life long friendship with Wavy Gravy and Ram Dass, eradicating small pox from India at Maharaji’s strong suggestion, co-founding the Seva Foundation and high tailing it off of an elephant’s mating ground in the middle of the night just happened along the way….

Sometimes Brilliant is a fantastic read and an inspiration for living life.

Calcium Montmorillonite is living clay, consisting principally of minerals that enhance the production of enzymes in all living organisms.  RAY KONG has researched the many health benefits of edible clay for over 30 years. Scientific research concurs and they’ve taken it to the moon! REALLY!

Our original interview with Ray was in 2014 and I thought it was time to bring him back to share this still current and perhaps more important information today.

Treating disease aggressively with nutrition is 1 of the steps taken by DR. LINDA lSAACS in her very successful medical practice in Austin, Texas. She worked alongside Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez for 20 plus years and their expertise in treating serious health diseases/concerns stands out where many treatments fail.

https://www.drlindai.com/

ANNE BIKLE and DAVID MONTGOMERY, write about the astounding parallels between the botanical world and our own bodies and how beneficial microbiomes hold a key to transforming agriculture and medicine.

Their book is The Hidden Half of Nature.

Tributaries Radio

Streaming weekly interviews with pioneering individuals, sharing healthful common sense possibilities for our person, our communities and our world.
With host Robin Claire.

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