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How to Prepare for a Full Time Mobile Lifestyle with Macy Miller
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Joanna Macy A Wild Love for the World
A Buddhist philosopher of ecology, Joanna Macy says we are at a pivotal moment in history with the possibility to unravel or create a life-sustaining human society. Now entering her 90s, Macy has lived adventurously by any definition. She worked with the CIA in Cold War Europe and the Peace Corps in post-colonial India and was an early environmental activist. She brings a poetic and spiritual sensibility to her work thatâ€™s reflected in her translations of the early-20th-century poet Rainer Maria Rilke. We take that poetry as a lens on her wisdom on the great dramas of our time: ecological, political, personal. Joanna Macy is an activist, author, and a scholar of Buddhism, systems thinking, and deep ecology. Her 13 books include translations of Rilkeâ€™s â€œBook of Hours: Love Poems to God,â€ â€œA Year with Rilke,â€ and â€œIn Praise of Mortality.â€ She is the root teacher of the Work That Reconnects, a framework and workshop for personal and social change. Her new translation of Rilkeâ€™s â€œLetters to a Young Poet,â€ together with Anita Barrows, is upcoming in 2020. Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.
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I Try Not To Freak Out Over Macy Gray
Talia here. Macy Gray looms large for me. Like a lot of people, my first introduction to Macy was her 1999 debut "On How Life Is". That album launched her into superstardom and the song "I Try" won her a Grammy. For some people, Macy is frozen in that song and time. And those people, in my humble opinion, are missing out. Macy has been busy growing, reinventing herself and putting out new music consistently for the past twenty years. That includes her latest album Ruby, which you'll hear Macy performs songs from today. Her band is on fire. We talk about why she's so devoted to issues around mental health, why she wrote a song called "White Man" and why her whole career almost didn't happen. Macy was a single mom of three when she got her big break.