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By Serenity Edward

Take Back the Day show

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A show about being more productive with the the things you have to do and making time for the things you want.

By Simon Dingle and Sam Beckbessinger

Zen Habits: Most Popular Posts (Castify) show

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Want to get started with Zen Habits, one of the most popular blogs on the Internet? Start with these 20 posts, chosen by the author, Leo Babauta as the best for getting started. If like these articles, we think you’ll love a subscription to the audio version of Zen Habits. You’ll get every new post on the blog delivered as audio.

By Castify LLC

Steppin' Off The Edge show

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Set your metaphysical sail beyond the final frontier. Voyage towards islands of innovation rising up from the sea of capitalistic opportunism. Our continuing mission to explore the strange machinations that have shaped our reality. To seek out new philosophies that are sustainable across every aspect of life. To boldly connect with those who have a spirit of novelty and co-create something better than what has gone before.

By Steppin' Off The Edge

Faith and Skepticism show

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A podcast about religion, hosted by a Christian and an Atheist. No topic is off limits on this podcast, and dissenting views are welcome.

By Nathan and Jason

Nachttaxi show

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Der Schriftsteller Martin Auer erzählt von Huren in Wien und Geschäftemachern in Nairobi, von Bettelkindern in Skopje und von weisen Männern in Indien, er erfindet alte Märchen und erzählt Geschichten aus dem wirklichen Leben. Dazu Gedichte und Musik von HipHop bis Klassik, aber am liebsten Blues.

By Martin Auer

Anthem by Ayn Rand show

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Anthem is a dystopic science fiction story taking place at some unspecified future date. Mankind has entered another dark age as a result of what Rand saw as the weaknesses of socialistic thinking and economics. Technological advancement is now carefully planned (when it is allowed to occur, if at all) and the concept of individuality has been eliminated (for example, the word “I” has disappeared from the language). As is common in her work, Rand draws a clear distinction between the “socialist/communal” values of equality and brotherhood and the “productive/capitalist” values of achievement and individuality. The story also parallels Stalinist Russia, which was currently going on at the time as the story was published.

By Books Should Be Free

Atlas Church show

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Atlas Church in Greeley, CO - 709 16th St. 10 am Sunday

By Atlas Church

The KIN Connection show

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An interactive podcast were listeners share experiences of kindness, positivity, and good deeds! Through our Social Media

By Kindness Initiative Network

The Ellie Aaron Hour show

The Ellie Aaron HourJoin Now to Follow

Every two weeks, Ellie Aaron interviews a talented individual who strives to make the world a better place through their work. These are artists, writers, teachers, speakers, and above all else, outside-of-the-box thinkers who she finds fascinating.

By Ellie Aaron