Without the words to understand and accept ourselves and others, we spiral into despair and conflict.
Memory loss is no match for the power of sharing the language of one’s childhood and youth.
The very sound of the word love, like the human experience, has remained as steady as the human need over millennia.
Norah Jones’s guest for Episode 33 of It’s About Language is Cristina DiGiacomo, whose life changed and blossomed when she met philosophers – and now introduces them to us.
In Episode 33, Cristina DiGiacomo, a professional philosopher, joins Norah Jones of It’s About Language to chart a pathway to understand the everyday use – and need – for philosophy in our lives.
Anti-racist screenwriter and educator Ashwini Prasad converses with Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting on the critical need for and value of representation, especially in the field of film and media. Ashwini shares the power of evoking identity through storytelling, and the thrill of bringing breakthroughs through her workshops focused on writing for inclusion.
Norah Jones’s guest for Episode 31 of It’s About Language is Ashwini Prasad, “The Inclusive Screenwriter,” who has dedicated herself to uncovering bias and making untold stories heard.
In Episode 29, Dan Goodwin of CYA Consulting joins Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting. Dan makes us aware of the variety of ways words are used (or not used) to strengthen, clarify, guide, and help all of us who use them
Norah Jones’s guest for Episode 29 of It’s About Language is Dan Goodwin of CYA Consulting – a trained investigator whose insights on words are joined to compassion and perspective.
What is your word for these beautiful baked items? Done any extra baking lately? I’ve been on “bread overdrive” now for several months, and that got me thinking about bread – specifically, how, when I was in the fifth grade, I saw a loaf of sliced bread on our kitchen table and asked my dad,Continue reading “Language, Culture, Bread”