This episode starts with laughter, and then dives deep into what it means to live agelessly, to be an elder, and how to prepare as a collective for what we're currently facing.
The incredible husband-and-wife team, Sedena and George Cappannelli, share their wisdom and talk about the powerful new PBS television series, Ageless Living, they've co-produced/directed.
Find more about the PBS Ageless Living series here.
Beloved Zen Buddhist teacher and author Henry Shukman shares more about his book, One Blade of Grass: Finding the Old Road of the Heart.
Topics range from how Zen Buddhism can help us navigate these chaotic times to the importance of becoming ordinary.
As always when Henry Shukman is the guest, you'll think a bit deeper, and perhaps expand your point of view ... just a wee bit.
Celia Owens, world traveler, activist, organizer, and artist, and Sue Faerman, university professor emeritus in management and leadership for non-profits and NGO's, have a lively discussion with Melanie.
How volunteering is the new dating, maintaining optimism in a chaotic world, the service experience and so much more are highlighted in this episode.