David Brooks on his new book, "Animal Dreams"--Episode 26
The Animal Wellness Podcast
David Brooks is an Australian author, poet and essayist who visited The Animal Wellness Podcast to discuss his newest book, "Animal Dreams." The collection of essays examines what non-human animals think of other animals and, by extension, how they treat them. Wayne Pacelle and Marty Irby from Animal Wellness Action are joined by host Joseph Grove. Music from https://filmmusic.io: "Fearless First" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com); License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Gratitude in a Minute - Love, Kindness & Happiness
EPISODE 377-KT377-David-Brooks-Effects-of-Covid-Isolation GRATITUDE IN A MINUTE WITH KAREN TREIGER Last week, David Brooks, published an article in the New York Times that I thought was great. It was about how after a year of Covid isolation, our personalities may have changed and how it’s hard to be social with those who are not in our covid bubble. “My extroversion muscles have atrophied,” Brooks writes, “while my introversion muscles are bulging. If you tracked me on a personality chart, I suppose ‘liveliness’ would be down and ‘reserved’ would be up; ‘carefree’ down and ‘anxious’ up.” I can relate to Brooks’ naming this year as a “parenthesis in our life narratives” because when I think back to last April, it feels like a minute ago – that no time has passed – but, at the same time, it feels like a million years ago. Brooks ends his piece with optimism about the second half of 2021. He feels that we “are going to become hyper-appreciators, savoring every small pleasure, living in a thousand delicious moments, getting together with friends and strangers and seeing them with the joy of new and grateful eyes.” I say – Amen.
This story comes from a family Album put to togeather by George F. Brooks. I obtained this album from my great grandmother. Please forgive my illiteracy and support this podcast as we progress further into my family history.
The Houston Mass Murders were discovered on August 8, 1973, after 17-year-old Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr. killed 33-year-old Dean Corll, in Houston, Texas. Henley and 18-year-old David Owen Brooks assisted in kidnapping and killing some of Corll’s 27 eventual victims.This episode brought to you by HONEY! Visit joinhoney.com/warbaby to start saving today!Music:We Talk of Dreamswww.purple-planet.comFor sources visit: https://murderous-minors.podsite.io/episode/88-the-boys-wayne-henley-david-brooks-702
I Think This Episode Is About Shrimp w David Brooks
Cook On High For 30 Minutes
David Brooks joins us for our season 3 premier as we review SeaPack Everything Bagel Shrimp--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cookonhighfor30minutes/support
Hour 3 - David Brooks is part of the "expert class"
The Todd Herman Show
SEATTLE SPIRIT: David Brooks “expert class” comment is infuriating, overdoses are skyrocketing, cops assaulted and pulled taser on young man for playing ice hockey outside // TEXTS and WRAP // PERSONAL NOTE: The Miracle of Christmas See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep. 64 Lessons from the Master Mentor David Brooks
Imagine: Winning the World Championship of Public Speaking with a timeless message, pioneering unconventional attire & audience response, and mentoring several other finalists and champions, including co-hosts Darren and Mark. Meet David Brooks, hear his journey, glean from his experience, and learn how excellent writing can make your presentation UNFORGETTABLE! If you are a Toastmaster this is a must listen episode. Why? If you ever heard a World Champion at any District conference, you may have David Brooks to thank. He was a Game Changer. You’ve got to listen.
Bonus: David Brooks on why ‘restoring trust in each other is the elemental task'
Turnout with Katie Couric
It's election week! And in this special bonus issue of Turnout, Katie Couric talks with New York Times columnist David Brooks about the moment when we fell through the floor of decency and what America has lost these last four years. David also shares what's at stake on Nov. 3, why this is another moment of moral convulsion for the country and how we can mend our extreme political divides. Read more about this episode:Op-Ed: Trump's presidency Smashed the 'Decency Floor'The New York Times' opinion collection, ‘What Have We Lost'Weave, the Social Fabric Project from the Aspen Institute