Abraham Lincoln once famously said, "I don't like that man. I must get to know him better".
Are there people with whom you disagree that you also have a difficult time liking? Could it be that you don't know enough of their story?
In this episode of The Love Cast with Jamal podcast, I have an important conversation with revolutionary educator William Reusch about how to disarm the echo chambers that so pervade our public discourse when it comes to discussions about politics and current events, and also how to dialogue with those we disagree with.
William is a first class educator who teaches High School Civics / Government in the Los Angeles area. William is known to challenge the status quo by teaching his students to question conventional 'group think' by teaching them critical thinking skills. He also threw out his civics textbook.
William has been featured on numerous shows, including the Glenn Beck program, for his unconventional approach to education
In this episode of The Love Cast with Jamal, William shares important wisdom for us as we seek to bring understanding, unity, and healing to our divided society. Give this episode a careful listen.
In this episode of The Love Cast with Jamal podcast, I sit down with Emmy Award winning actor Kiko (Ise) Ellsworth. In this episode, Kiko talks about his acting career, his disillusionment with his Hollywood career, his quest to discover his true spiritual self beyond the character he was playing in life, and ultimately how this led him to become an integrated masculine presence and healer.
Kiki (Ise) has appeared on hundreds of tv shows, films, commercials, and radio such as Lucifer, Bad Boys 2, Criminal Minds, General Hospital, and many others, while recently starring in the upcoming film opposite Eric Roberts, Danny Trejo, Shannon Elizabeth and Frank Whaley to be released in 2023.
Give this episode a careful listen. I'm confident there is something in this interview just for you.