Episode 321: Rainforests in Indonesia are bouncing back, words of wisdom from the Dalai Lama, the joys of the Adelaide Central Market, a legendary performance from Paul Gonsalves, and more…

Good News: Years of steps taken to protect their rainforests have paid off for the people of Indonesia, Link HERE.

The Good Word: Commencing a week of the wit and wisdom of His Holiness, The Dalai Lama.

Good To Know: The first of a week’s worth of amazing facts about cats!

Good News: Amazing and encouraging news about progress being made in the national fight against cancer, Link HERE.

Wonderful World: Kicking off five days exploring the lovely city of Adelaide in Australia, check out the Adelaide Central Market, Link HERE.

Good One: Your weekly good-ish joke, this time with some multi-lingual humor!

Sounds Good: Celebrate the birthday of the great jazz tenor sax player, Paul Gonsalves, with his most famous solo on Duke Ellington’s “Diminuendo and Crescendo In Blue” at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1956, Link HERE.

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