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The Possible Society in Motion

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Engaging community conversations & storytelling with a purpose, working together to get to “Awe”. Hosted by Anastasia Rosen-Jones with co-host Jack Slattery.

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Anastasia and Jack Slattery start this show off where the last one ended. A quote from Helen Keller sets the foundation ?I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but my chief duty is to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and... more

The topic for this episode is introduced by Jack Slattery, show co-host, with a quote from Helen Keller -- ?I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but my chief duty is to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.?... more

Co-host, Jack Slattery, closed out the conference call portion of our last Possible Society In Motion Radio Show by offering a quote by Robert Pirsig from Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: by way of tying together various themes... more

This episode draws on the previous show, "Leaning In As A Love Story."

Journalist/free lance writer and author, G.M. (Mike) Corrigan, joins Anastasia and Jack for a lively conversation on Mike's Chasing Chickens: A Love Story. Presented as a metaphor for the "leaning in" that can bring our politics and... more

The magic of moving from snags to synergy is, far too often, a rarity in a world, such as our's, fraught with polarization on every level of society and politics. This episode with co-hosts, Anastasia Rosen-Jones and Jack Slattery, along with... more

The Possible Society in Motion Project, sponsored by the New Horizons Support Network, Inc., also sponsors of this show, today released preliminary findings from its four year, in-depth study, created to assess the values, attitudes... more

Anastasia and Jack start off the second season of their show by exploring the local and/or grassroots efforts of American citizens that are making a difference even in these tough times.

Drawing upon her article, "Ancient Abkhazian Traditions: Can they make a difference today?" recently published by the Peace and Collaborative Development Network, Anastasia and co-host, Jack Slattery, discuss the... more
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