Paths to Understanding Podcast

Paths to Understanding Podcast is a conversation between people working for the common good. Activists from large cities to small towns, people working on racial and religious reconciliation, multifaith social service and advocacy agencies, and the inspiring stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things – together with their neighbors.

PTU Podcast is hosted by Paths to Understanding’s Executive Director Terry Kyllo with technical support by Ean Olsen.

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A Moment of Gratitude and Courage

A Moment of Gratitude and Courage

When we can prepare ourselves through prayer, meditation, conversation with friends, clergy, or therapists to engage our family with courage and gratitude we can invite them to recognize our deepest need: the need for a family that will stick by us. As they sense this need is met they have the possibility to relax. Then in a more calm state we can talk about our shared values and how we differ on some.

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Practically Symbolic

Practically Symbolic

On Sunday I was with the people of St. John's Episcopal Church in Snohomish. Like so many congregations, they are working to support refugees from Afghanistan. On the face of it this support consists of gathering money, food, and other basic needs for a family seeking...

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Touched by Women Luminaries

Touched by Women Luminaries

The abuse and marginalization of women and girls should be central to an interfaith understanding of violence and injustice that imperils cultures, countries and the world. Gender-equity ought not be a threat to religious norms.

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