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Robert Wesley Branch

The Robert Wesley Branch Show

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A roundtable of wisdom, where people from all across the planet, from all walks of life, and from all religious and sacred traditions, convene for spiritual conversation. Real people. Raw talk. Relevant issues.

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This is a story of the sacred pilgrims you meet on that narrow road less traveled. "For where two or three are gathered together in my Name, there am I in the midst of them." (Matthew 18:20, 1599 Geneva Bible) This is a story of a sacred... more

This is a story of the challenges that come with great talent and a natural gift. This is also a story of an Uncle (with no children of his own) who plays the role of a Father to a young Black boy who is becoming a man.

Brother Marvin (Full Podcast). This is a story of bad blood between a father and son; of the trauma we are born into and the trauma we fall into along our journey; of coming back from addiction; of Bipolar Disorder and the divided soul; of... more

My beloved sister, friend, and co-host in this space for 7 years, departed her body (and this life) the other day, leaving those of us who loved her with the sweet memories of her beautiful soul. This is a moment we had on March 6, 2010,... more

This is a story of how your character governs your talent.

If I could have chosen a biological younger brother, it would be Dwayne: we are from the same soul group. I am old enough to see myself in him. We are strong soldiers on the road less traveled. It had been seven years since our last... more

This is a story of how the holiday (holy-day) we call Christmas actually came to us a Christian religious tradition. This is also a story of so-called Saturday. This is the origin story of one of the most commercially exploited times of the year. [Best... more

This is a story to remember when you are thirty minutes into your Turkey Day meal and you look around the table, and listen really well to what's being said; that's a good time to remember who's not being talked about, what stories... more

Father-Son Chronicles. Chapter Five: Trust Issues. This is a story of a father trying to teach his sons what he is still learning himself. (Seven Minutes and Twenty-Seven Seconds) [Best enjoyed with your ‘beats' headphones.]