The Seed: Conversations for Radical Hope is an upcoming Pendle Hill podcast where Quakers and other seekers explore visions of the world growing up through the cracks of our broken systems.
In celebration of World Quaker Day, our first episode will be released October 2, 2022.
Be sure to subscribe and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for updates!
Follow us @pendlehillseed on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and subscribe to The Seed wherever you get your podcasts to get episodes in your library as they're released.
Pendle Hill is a Quaker center, open to all, for Spirit-led learning, retreat, and community. We’re located in Wallingford, Pennsylvania, on the traditional territory of the Lenni-Lenape people. To learn more, visit pendlehill.org.
This project is made possible by the generous support of the Thomas H. & Mary Williams Shoemaker Fund.
[I Rise Project by Rev. Rhetta Morgan and Bennett Kuhn plays]
Dwight Dunston: Welcome to Season One of The Seed: Conversations for Radical Hope, a podcast from Pendle Hill.
[I Rise continues to play]
Francisco Burgos: ...Exploring life with alternative lenses that reveals to us what is possible...
Rev. Rhetta Morgan: The purpose of this continual heartbreak is to reform our hearts.
Ricardo Levins Morales: To really heal people, we need to be treating both the immediate condition that they're suffering, and also the underlying inflammation. I would say that the underlying inflammation in our society is hopelessness.
Cai Quirk: What is the natural world trying to tell us about ourselves?
Dwight: Join me for Season One of The Seed, a podcast where Quakers and other seekers come together to explore visions of the world that is growing up through the cracks of our broken systems.
I'm your host, Dwight Dunston, a Quaker hip hop artist and facilitator from West Philly. On this show, I'll be talking with community members of Pendle Hill, a Quaker center for spirit-led learning, about their activism and the moments of transformation that have expanded their visions of the world and of themselves.
Join in the conversation by subscribing to The Seed anywhere you get your podcasts.
[I Rise fades out]