What does community mean to you? As we head into winter in the northern hemisphere, there’s a natural movement towards warmth, connection, and togetherness. But does surrounding yourself with other humans constitute being in community? I’ve asked myself this question repeatedly in the past decade as I’ve moved from Los Angeles to Edmonton to New York City to Tulsa, and back to New York. As we explore November’s theme Community in this first podcast of the month, I share about my “introversion experiment” (I’m an extrovert by nature) and the discoveries I’ve made about isolation and togetherness. I’ve come to believe that community is not just about finding others who share things in common, but even more so about the quality of my interactions with those people and my ability to bring my whole self into to them.
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Tulsa Tomorrow, the company that connects Jewish entrepreneurs to opportunities in Tulsa. They were the reason (along with the influence of my friend Mike Basch) that I moved to Tulsa. The organization creates curated experiences and opportunities for people looking at Tulsa as a place to move, grow, and connect. If you’re curious about moving to Tulsa, I’d also recommend checking out Tulsa Remote.
Here’s more my graduate program at The University of Alberta, where I got my MFA in Theatre Voice Pedagogy.
Want to know more about my psoriasis story? Here’s my feature on the cover of the Spring 2017 issue of Psoriasis Advance Magazine (and some other blogs I’ve written are linked on this page too).
Here’s a good article with an intro to Vedic philosophy.
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