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How To Human

2021-12-22 18:45:33.761719+01 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Recent podcast listening: I got turned on to How To Human, with Sam Lamott, at https://www.hellohumans.co/ , because of his interview with Matthew Hahn. Hahn is known for burgling a safe that contained evidence of sexual violence against children, and having to make some difficult decisions, and his story, and subsequent philosophies, are worth a listen. Then I listened to Lamott's interview with Kevin Briggs, a CHP officer who served on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking about talking people down from suicide, and that led to the interview with Marvin Mutch, a man who spent 41 years incarcerated for a murder he didn't commit. If you're interested in broadening your perspectives on understanding society, and how it fails people with the potential to be amazing, so far it's 3 for 3...

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