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Kaitlyn Hatch
Creative Polymath: Author, artist, freelance designer, voice behind Everything is Workable podcast — www.faunawolfcreations.com
Creative Polymath: Author, artist, freelance designer, voice behind Everything is Workable podcast — www.faunawolfcreations.com
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A delightful conversation about what it means to walk the walk with pastor Andy Sikora. 

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"In forgiving an individual who has caused us incredible harm, we are acknowledging their humanity and recognising that carrying around resentment, anger or indignation causes us to suffer." 

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I composed this prayer whilst on solitary retreat. Thank you to Ani Pema Chodron for her wonderful teachings.

May we take care of each other. 

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Today I am joined by the wonderful Diane Dutchin, a personal coach and incredibly insightful human being. We had a great conversation about questioning the source of our information and challenging damaging beliefs that can and do hold us back. 

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Here's a review of the annotated GoogleDoc on MetaFilter's Emotional Labour thread. It's a valuable document worth the read. 

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Today's episode is with Buddhist teacher and co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society, Sharon Salzberg. We speak about lovingkindness and some of the questions we can ask ourselves when we doubt how effective love and compassion can be. 

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Last week's episode of Everything is Workable, in case you missed it! I was in retreat. It was fruitful. Also strange to reconnect with the world and find things to be normal in some ways and dystopian in others.

I hope this episode can be of benefit. Compassion does not open us to harm but allows us to understand shared humanity.

Now more than ever, take care of each other. Sneeches are Sneeches, regardless of stars. 

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The latest episode of Everything is Workable!

This week I share my conversation with Grace Heavy Runner, a journalism student at Mount Royal University and member of the Kainai Nation in Alberta.

Grace talks about letting go of resentment and the importance of identity and belonging. 
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