Tag Archives: Community

Episode 7: Dance of the Observer

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Length: 37 minutes 50 seconds

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Guest: Bell

Album review: Dionysus (2018) by Dead Can Dance

In which we meet Bell, hear a bit about their life while positing the present version of the Seven (or so) Questions to Save Humanity:

Q1. Where does your name come from?

Q2. What does being human mean to you?

Q3. How else would you care to describe your experience on Earth?

Q4. What is the best way to care for the Earth?

Q5. What does Community mean to you?

Q6. What projects or collaborations are you presently most excited about?

Q7. How can we all realize more human happiness together?

… plus a few more including Bell’s question for the next guest: Next time you view a patch of night sky, what stars do you see, what personal constellation is there, and what is its story?



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Episode 6: Landslide

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Length: 1 hour 7 minutes 20 seconds

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Guest: Sunny

Song review: Landslide by Fleetwood Mac

In which we meet Sunny, hear a bit about her life all while positing these seven eight questions to save humanity:

Q1. What’s your name?

Q2. Are you Human?

Q3. How would you describe yourself?

Q4. What is the best way for humans to care for the Earth?

Q5. What does Community mean to you?

Q6. What personal projects or collaborations are you presently most excited about?

Q7. How can we all realize more human happiness together?

New Question: Why do I feel so disinterested in life?

Because of this new feature, the seven questions to save humanity format may be changed for next episode’s interview.

Episode 3: The Happiest Guy He’s Ever Met

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Length: 63 minutes 32 seconds

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Guest: Mark

Music review: Prelude to the Afternoon of a Sexually Aroused Gas Mask and Toads of the Short Forest from Weasels Ripped My Flesh by The Mothers of Invention

In which the Seven Questions to Save Humanity are slightly refined to:

Q1. What’s your name?

Q2. Are you Human?

Q3. How would you describe yourself?

Q4. What can we do to care for Earth’s resources (?) … still not sure about this question

Q5. What does Community mean to you?

Q6. What personal projects or collaborations are you most excited about presently?

Q7. How can we all realize more human happiness together?

BONUS PROMPT: If you’d like, share a story of survival or something about “the art of living” … Yes, something about “the art of living” may be good!

Episode 2: Humans. Bears. Can. Survival.

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Length: 41 minutes 36 seconds

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Guest: Janie

Song review: Halleluhwah by Can

In which the Seven Questions to Save Humanity are slightly refined to:

Q1. What’s your name?

Q2. Are you Human?

Q3. How do you identify that way? How would you describe yourself?

Q4. What is your criteria for interacting with Earth’s resources? How do you personally show care for Earth’s resources? (?) … needs some work

Q5. What does Community mean to you?

Q6. What personal projects or collaborations are you presently most excited about?

Q7. How can we all realize more human happiness together?

BONUS PROMPT: Tell us a story of survival

Episode 1: Seven Questions to Save Humanity

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Length: 51 minutesĀ 06 seconds

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Guest: Fred

Song review: Yuki Song by Deep Forest

Thank you for checking out my podcast about living breathing cultural shifts through the great song of living together. My name is Maxeem and I have traveled through intentional community ecovillages, communes, cohousing and co-ops for 7 years, feeling music and other art as great inspiration and motivation. After feeling a stronger and stronger push to do something about this yearning to share people of community with the world, I’ve decided to finally go around and start asking permission for interviews. In this episode we speak with Fred in Northern California and try to come up with the first iteration of seven questions to ask people living in community together.

For spoilers, here they are:

Q1. What’s your name?

Q2. Are you Human?

Q3. How do you identify that way?

Q4. What is your criteria for interacting with Earth’s resources?

Q5. What does Community mean to you?

Q6. What personal projects or collaborations are you presently most excited about?

Q7. How can we all realize more human happiness together?