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This I Believe: Podcast

  1. Joe Reagan: In God Alone2017/11/06
    Joe Reagan used to believe caring for his wife and kids was entirely up to him. But when hard times struck and friends offered to help feed his family, Reagan realized the grace of God was at work in his life in ways he hadn’t previously understood.

  2. Scott Shackelford: The Wonders of the Future2017/10/30
    Gene Rodenberry, Isaac Asimov and other science fiction writers transport readers to times and galaxies far away. Law professor Scott Shackelford believes sci-fi gives him a way to connect with his father and sharpen his own intellect in the real world.

  3. Marianne Rogowski: Leave the Light On2017/10/23
    Marianne Rogowski wants her two children to know they will always have a home where they will be embraced and accepted with unconditional love. Rogowski believes it’s important to offer that refuge to her kids because her mother did the same for her. More programs at thisibelieve.org

  4. Bill Gates: Unleashing the Power of Creativity and Intelligence2017/10/16
    Bill Gates founded Microsoft on the dream of putting a computer in every home and office. He says he built his company on the belief that technology, creativity and intelligence can change the world. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  5. Harold Taw: Finding Prosperity by Feeding Monkeys2017/10/09
    Forget the cake and presents. Listener Harold Taw has his own unique birthday tradition – one prescribed by a Burmese monk. By faithfully following it, Taw believes he’s helped his family to prosper. More stories at thisibelieve.org.

  6. Hillary Kambour: The Freedom of Baseball2017/10/02
    Miami attorney Hillary Kambour isn’t just a baseball fan, rooting for the Marlins and the Giants. She also believes in the game: the athleticism and focus of the players, the camaraderie of the fans, and the traditions it inspires in her own family. More at thisibelieve.org.

  7. Penn Jillette: There Is No God.2017/09/25
    As half of the magic act Penn and Teller, Penn Jillette enjoys challenging his audiences with the unconventional. In stating his personal credo, Jillette finds liberation in believing there is no God.

  8. Miles Goodwin: The Connection Between Strangers2017/09/18
    Returning home from a tour of duty in the Vietnam War, Miles Goodwin was touched by the compassion of a 10-year-old girl. Now an attorney in Milwaukee, Goodwin believes in giving kindness to strangers. More stories at thisibelieve.org.

  9. Mike Miller: My Home is New Orleans2017/09/08
    After Hurricane Katrina destroyed his adopted home, social worker Mike Miller had opportunities to move anywhere in the country. But he believes he’ll stay right where he belongs: in New Orleans.

  10. Ted Gup: In Praise of the "Wobblies"2017/09/03
    For years, journalist Ted Gup wasn’t sure what he believed, and he felt uncomfortable in the company of people who freely shared their firm beliefs. Now he accepts his own uncertainty as a good thing.

  11. Mel Rusnov: The Artistry In Hidden Talents2017/08/25
    You may not know it, but the person in the adjoining cubicle could be a singer, a dancer or a painter. A civil engineer by trade but a pianist at heart, Mel Rusnov believes in cultivating hidden talents.

  12. Eboo Patel: We Are Each Other's Business2017/08/18
    In high school, Eboo Patel failed to support a friend facing anti-Semitism. Now, the Chicago interfaith youth organizer believes honoring diversity means having the courage to actively speak up for it.

  13. Priya Chandrasekaran: Cutting Our Grandmothers' Saris2017/08/11
    Following her grandmother’s death, Priya Chandrasekaran wondered what to do with the colorful silk saris she inherited. In deciding to make a quilt from them, Chandrasekaran believes she found a way to both honor her grandmother and create something new.

  14. Rick Moody: The Joy and Enthusiasm of Reading2017/08/03
    Rick Moody has built a life in words: in writing them for his books like “The Ice Storm,” and in reading them. He believes there is unlimited joy in opening a new book and delving into its story.

  15. Azar Nafisi: The Mysterious Connections That Link Us Together2017/07/18
    How do we open ourselves to the connections that can unite us even across racial, political or religious differences? Iranian-born writer Azar Nafisi finds the answer in a classic of American literature.

  16. Mary Mrugalski: Made By Hand2017/07/08
    When Chicago journalist Mary Mrugalski was unmarried and pregnant, she baked bread. When her daughter fought a long illness, they worked the dough together. Mrugalski believes in the comfort and peace she gets from making bread with those she loves.

  17. Michael Mullane: The Rule of Law2017/06/30
    Professor and attorney Michael Mullane believes the rule of law must be upheld — even in times of threat and crisis. As fragile as it can be, Mullane says we are all protected by and accountable to the law.

  18. John Fountain: The God Who Embraced Me When Daddy Disappeared2017/06/25
    Journalism professor John W. Fountain was four years old when police took his abusive father away. His lifelong sorrow from living without a "daddy" was comforted by finding a new father – a spiritual father – in God. More stories at thisibelieve.org.

  19. Phyllis Allen: Leaving Identity Issues to Other Folks2017/06/19
    For years, Phyllis Allen found her belief in the social movement of the times: from civil rights to Black Power. Now in her 50s, she is finally able to believe in the woman she is.

  20. Albert Einstein: An Ideal of Service to Our Fellow Man2017/04/30
    Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein finds beauty in life's mysteries, and says the fate of mankind depends on individuals choosing public service over private gain. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  21. Bela Fleck: Doing Things My Own Way2017/04/16
    Musician Bela Fleck has gained critical acclaim for moving the banjo from its traditional roots into jazz and classical genres. He believes figuring out how to do things his own may made that possible. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  22. Debbie Hall: The Power of Presence2017/04/09
    Psychologist Debbie Hall believes in being present with people. She says those intimate moments when we bear witness to a passage or help someone carry an emotional burden are vital in our busy world. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  23. Eve Ensler: The Power And Mystery Of Naming Things2017/03/31
    The Vagina Monologues playwright Eve Ensler believes in speaking up. She says when we name the things that make us uncomfortable or afraid, then demons are faced, silences are broken, and freedom is won.

  24. Elise Edie: Living in Manageable Moments2017/03/16
    Playwright Elise Forier Edie knows her recovery from addiction will be difficult as she battles feelings of arrogance and control, fear and helplessness. But Edie believes she has found a way to start her journey by focusing on this one moment in time.

  25. Gloria Steinem: A Balance Between Nature And Nurture2017/03/08
    In debating nature versus nurture, Gloria Steinem believes we are asking the wrong question. She says we are an unpredictable mix of both, a mix that creates endless possibilities for a better future. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  26. David Adinaro: Connecting with My Patients2017/03/01
    Despite working in one of the busiest hospital emergency rooms in New Jersey, Dr. David Adinaro believes he must make time to fulfill more than just the medical needs of his patients. He also wants to comfort them with a simple act of human kindness. More programs at thisibelieve.org,

  27. Tony Hawk: Do What You Love2017/02/21
    Tony Hawk has turned what many consider a childhood activity into a professional career. Now for Hawk, skateboarding is not only a job, it’s a means of expression and a foundation for personal belief. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  28. Christina Habas: The Importance of Jury Duty2017/02/15
    As a judge in Denver District Court, Christina Habas has a unique view on the law. As important as judges and lawyers are to the judicial process, Habas believes jurors have the most vital role. And she hopes more of us will take the job more seriously. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  29. Josh Rittenberg: Tomorrow Will Be A Better Day2017/02/01
    What kind of world are we leaving younger generations? Manhattan teenager Josh Rittenberg says all parents worry about their children’s futures. But he believes he and his peers will see a better world. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  30. Marian Wilson Kimber: A Place of Conversation and Community2017/01/23
    Musicologist Marian Wilson Kimber felt socially isolated when she lived in southern Mississippi – until she found a spot where she could bond with her neighbors. Now living in Iowa, Kimber yearns for a place that offers that same convivial atmosphere. More programs at thisibelieve.org.

  31. Roald Hoffmann: The Tense Middle2017/01/12
    Nobel Prize–winning chemist Roald Hoffmann believes the middle is a good place to be. It reminds the Cornell professor of the choices we can make in life and helps him see the possibility for change. More programs at thisibelieve.org

  32. Nancy Yucius: Live Your Life So That You Will Have No Regrets2017/01/05
    Retired teacher Nancy Yucius believes in living life so as to have no regrets. It’s a lesson she learned from her mother and one Yucius is holding on to even more now that she is battling colon cancer. More episodes can be found at at thisibelieve.org.

  33. Pamala Rothbard: My Legacy of Playing Games2016/12/28
    Playing cards or board games has been an important part of Pamela Rothbard's life since she was a child who was allowed to stay up past bedtime and play with the adults. Now, as a parent, playing games with her own children gives her family an opportunity to do something together and share in each other's lives. More essays at thisibelieve.org.

  34. Kimberly Woodbury: We Are All Stardust2016/12/21
    In the deepest reaches of the cosmos, scientists have found sound waves they think came from the Big Bang. Episcopal priest and science teacher Kimberly Woodbury believes those waves are a siren call connecting all of us to the mysteries of the universe. More essays at thisibelieve.org.

This I Believe: Podcast
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People from all walks of life describe their personal philosophies in a brief essay.

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