Last week, we talked about the real purpose of death. In this episode, hosts Curtis Childs and Jonathan Rose speak with end of life doula Amy Jones to discuss what death looks and even feels like. We’ll learn more as the show goes on—with a little help from the writings of eighteenth-century philosopher and theologian Emanuel Swedenborg.
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What is death even for? From our human perspective, it seems pretty terrible. But in reality, it’s an integral part of a much greater machine that’s powered by love. In this episode, hosts Curtis Childs and Jonathan Rose examine what eighteenth-century philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg discovered about death and what’s beyond.
Last week, we talked about divisiveness and how to overcome it. In this episode, hosts Curtis Childs and Jonathan Rose join with our viewers to explore more tools, techniques, and insights from Emanuel Swedenborg on how to change the dynamics between people who disagree.
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It seems like it’s so easy to get stuck in vicious disagreements with each other, especially in today’s political climate. But what if we aren’t arguing about the topics we think we’re talking about? What if we’re not as divided as we think?
Being real is harder than it sounds.