Oct 29, 2017
In 1845 Henry David Thoreau moved into a little house he built himself on Walden Pond outside Concord, Massachusetts. His experiment in simple living and renewing connections with nature has inspired people like us ever since.
This week, Clay and Sarah discuss what lessons we might take away from Walden today.
Oct 22, 2017
Food, water, shelter - these are essentials. But a spiritual practice? Is it also an essential part of our lives? Is it a natural compulsion, responding to something within us? Or is it something we simply use to comfort ourselves in the face of inevitable death?
Oct 15, 2017
Many of us listening to this podcast are on a track now...we've been through school, chosen to specialise in some area and are now out in the working world. But what happens when we want a career change? Or if we leave one career and start looking for another kind of work? And what can we do to help our kids who are...
Oct 8, 2017
In this episode we examine the nature of certainty and why we seek it even though it can lead to our own happiness.
Oct 2, 2017
Stephen Hawking says that AI will be "either the best or the worst thing ever to happen to humanity", and Elon Musk claims it is the "biggest risk we face as a civilisation". So what's so threatening about the future of Artificial Intelligence? What might happen when computers get smarter than we are?
This week, Clay...