Episode 182: Turkey’s ancient predecessor to “Pay It Forward”, a great quote from Thich Nhat Hanh, the delightfully smooth tap dancing of Jimmy Slyde, and more…

Good News: “Askida Ekmek” is Turkey’s ancient tradition of buying bread for someone else in need, predating and predicting “Pay It Forward” by centuries, Link HERE

The Good Word: Thich Nhat Hahn on the need for hope.

Good To Know: Yes, we know people drink a lot of champagne on New Year’s Eve, but…how much?

Good News: Stunning explanations of just how much the cost of renewable energies has dropped over the years, now making them actually cheaper than fossil fuels, link HERE!

Wonderful World: One of the largest waterfall systems on Earth, we visit Iguazu Falls, at the confluence of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, Link HERE

Sounds Good: Listen and watch the incomparable and inimitable tap dancing of the legendary Jimmy Slyde, Link HERE

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