Joining us this week for a conversation on simply simplicity is second-time guest Adam Loveridge, who steps into an empty co-host chair while Mona is on vacation. He joins Jeff and Allen as they think aloud about the nature of our relationship with the stuff we own, what it might be like to transform that relationship, and what we stand to gain in doing so (Allen thinks it’s “everything”). We know that we want to live simpler lives – lives free from distraction, stress, and worry. But it isn’t always easy. How do we navigate the tension between enjoying the things we own and the driving desire to have more? After exploring all this, in an act of self-aware irony, we close our episode with a good ol’ fashioned round of Desert Island.
Simply Simplicity Conversation (02:45)
Desert Island Segment (46:06)
From our Simply Simplicity Conversation
- Deconstructing Your Faith – Guest Host Adam Loveridge – 020 (Irenicast Episode)
- Challenging Consumer Culture – All-Consuming Buyer – 005 (Irenicast Episode)
- Nuclear Weapons: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (YouTube Video)
- Fact Sheet: Who Has Nuclear Weapons, And How Many Do They Have? (Article)
- 2016: Obama's America (Conservative Propaganda Documentary)
From our Desert Island Segment
Thank you Adam Loveridge for returning to the show once again for a great conversation on simply simplicity.
Thank you to Mike Golin for our intro and outro music. Check out his band Soulwise.
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