May 12, 2016
Migration is not a crime.
This episode, we pull back the curtain and peer in on the fortress that is Europe. Featuring perspectives from Cari Naftali, Yeppe the rescue diver, former Greek Finance Minster Yanis Varouvakis, and Atiq from Afghanistan. Help moms with babies stuck in refugee camps:
Apr 18, 2016
Polarity: “The state of having two opposite or contradictory tendencies, opinions, or aspects.”
This episode features Andrea from YpsiTVYpsiTV's perspective as a local resident of Lesvos who faced/is facing the mass migration...
Apr 1, 2016
This episode features mass migration thoughts from Alexandra Wynne, an Istanbul business owner, and an emotional recollection from two rescuers involved with a real-life shipwreck that happened on a shore of Lesbos island, Greece.
#1: Across the world, we're more alike than we might think.
Mar 9, 2016
This World is in crisis.
We're being called to Heal the way we practice Humanity.
Being led by our Heart is the only antidote.
According to the Greek translation, Agápe is the highest form of Love.
This episode features thoughts from Lee the Homeless Bard, Maria Tran from Sea of Solidarity, and never before heard...
Feb 15, 2016
Understanding is what we’re all trying to achieve with each other.
Featuring thoughts from Richard Wolfe, co-founder of CrowdRise, Samuel in Montreal, Andrew in Putney, England, and a poem called LOVE from Lee the Homeless Bard (https://www.problemsofperception.org/thehomelessbard).
#1: A common weed...