In this episode, I spoke with Rabbi Me'irah Illyinsky, who works with the elderly in San Francisco. I asked her about her own experience with COVID19, and that of the people she works with. I also asked her what insights she has to share with us from a Jewish point of view.
The musical selection is "Papirosen", played by myself.
Rabbi Me'irah's website: //www.versesilluminated.com/
Laughing Coyote is a Mono Indian who has spent many years working as a healer, and now focuses on writing. I am so honored to have the opportunity to speak with him about the Coronavirus, and many issues that we face today, all over the world.
The musical selection at the end is a Native American flute, which I am playing myself.
Wishing everyone good health and happiness!
In this episode, we hear from Sangeetha Kowsik, the Hindu chaplain of New York University and founder of the Ihsan Ishan design company:
The musical selection is "Rag Bhairavi", as played on the sitar by Will Marsh:
Hear the World interviews leaders, teachers, and healers from different cultures and religions, to hear what wisdom they may have to offer on the Coronavirus pandemic and its effects on the world.
In this episode, we hear from Father Emanuele, a Catholic priest from Italy.
The musical selection is "Tarantella sin Fronteras" by Marco Ghezzo.
Translation to and from Italian: Maria Falauto