It took a long time to get this one done and I hope it was worth it. Please note that the creative extras took up very little of that time, rather, it was finding a way to talk about big issues as a living practice beyond partisan politics and ideological capture.
This podcast episode tackles politics as living culture and suggests that complexity marks our age in a way that we cannot ignore, but almost always do. From Twitter to CNN and Fox News, very little thought seems to go into public discourse these days. It’s all about the hits, whether emotional or site visits.
This podcast episode invites you to change games and provides you with some tools for doing so. It also offers some meta positions on it all & doesn’t forget to include Buddhism in the discussion.
It will no doubt disappoint some, excite others, anger a few, and turn off others. For some of you, it may be a small act of sanity in a world going increasingly off the rails.
There are extensive show-notes covering the music and background of the episode. You’ll find them here: https://posttraditionalbuddhism.com/2019/08/08/the-political-turn-entering-the-great-feast/
Feel free to leave comments, complaints, praise, or indifference. Follow up guests will tackle politics, practice and Buddhism.
Enjoy! And come along to The Great Feast…