Glenda Taylor considers the mythic dimensions of dilemmas personal and cultural.
I stood on the porch this morning and recorded spontaneously with my phone what I was thinking and feeling, without prior consideration or any editing afterward. It felt so right I send it along with love. Glenda Taylor
Glenda Taylor describes a meditation experience during recent winter storms, pandemic, political mayhem, and loved ones in crisis, attempting to evoke in words the peace she ultimately attained.
Glenda Taylor reflects on the power of certain words and phrases that just "come to mind.," particularly with reference to recent events in our world.
Glenda Taylor reflects on the things coming to the surface in our culture today and ponders the underworld of our psyches with all its mystery, dangers, and beauty.
In this second of a series of podcasts for kids (of all ages) during this pandemic, Grandma Glenda Taylor tells the ancient story of Queen Berta of France as an example of what "superpowers" one can get during hard times. Share this story as you choose! And visit us on the OneAndAllWisdom.com website for other podcasts and much other information for adults and children.
"Grandma Glenda" Taylor tells stories and talks with kids about how they can gain superpowers from this pandemic time. In this podcast, she explores the legendary story of Parsifal's hero's journey and also the lessons Cinderella and her Handsome Prince have to learn. Young and old will enjoy this down-to-earth visit with an elder storyteller.
"Years ago, I went once a month to a maximum security prison for men..." Thus begins this podcast in which Glenda Taylor draws lessons that apply to today's social and political challenges.
Glenda Taylor reflects on current and historical divisions that threaten our country's union, recalling an instructive backstory about the first man in history to define freedom in the ways that we understand it, a story that challenges us to carry this living history forward in our own time.