Daniel is about to go off traveling again, and so am I – so it was a lucky thing that we found a time to record this final episode of Season Six – in spite of noisy NYC construction and a sketchy skype connection.
In today’s conversation Daniel talks about what motivates people to grow, the evolution of humanity, what parents can do when they see their mistakes, and why he might sound upset when he’s in a car careering toward a cliff.
Although Daniel and I don’t always see or articulate things in the same way, I am so grateful for the courageous work he has done and continues to do – not only for himself, but for the planet, for the world’s children and for the child inside each one of us.
I also want to take a moment to thank all of you who’ve listened to all 16 episodes of this Season Six. I commend you for taking the time to hear, think, talk and breathe about so many painful and challenging ideas. I’m pretty sure it hasn’t always been easy for any of us.
I don’t usually know what the point of this podcast is, but I sometimes have a bit of hope that it might somehow help the world come closer to being a safe, nurturing and supportive place in which human beings can thrive. I don’t know how these things work, but I s’pose a girl can always dream. Thanks for being a part of that journey.