SRP Radio Podcast: Episode 19 — How Money Used To Be Made
How Money Used To Be Made
On today’s show . . .
Why Not Me?
Survivors of narcissistic mothers! I know you’re out there. We’ve touched on this subject before. But we’re gonna have a little more fun with it today.
The Peanut Gallery
A new segment — a round-table discussion — hosted by our very own Kissonia Marvel. With the rest of the View From Below reporters: Myron the Street Poet; Dr. Bonmoe, the SRP Translator; and Paul Saputo, our resident know-it-all. Today’s topic: Is it ever okay for a man to give his mother the silent treatment?
Who are your heroes? Would you say that you’re a big fan of . . . anybody? Sports figures, politicians, movie stars, recording artists? Most people are fans of somebody. And maybe your heroes are unspoken. Like soldiers, or social workers, or family members. We’ll wrap up our discussion of ego (Part 7 of 7) this week with Jan the Man on Word Smatter, with a look at ego attachments.
Check out all 7 parts of our discussion on Ego on our SoundCloud archive.
Out Of Poverty, Part 5
In Matthew 19, verse 21, Jesus tells a rich young man to “go, sell your possessions and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven.” I GAVE everything I had, to the rich, which qualified me for a pittance, in hell. That’s right. This week, the next installment of our reality serial about a man who lost everything except for what Jesus referred to as the one thing that is necessary. In this segment: How Money Used To Be Made.