"Honoring Tagore: Sacred Earth." a performance by Ragamala Dance Company at On Being on Loring Park on June 14, 2014.
A riveting performance by Ragamala Dance that remembers and lives forward the poetry and the art of Rabindranath Tagore through the Indian classical dance form Bharatanatyam.
My life has been one long secret,
all of it flowing towards you:
lost hopes, hidden love, everything
a way to whisper in your ear.
Whatever else you are,
you are also the coolness of that dust
which lies quietly under the long shadows
of my small hedge.
One final look from you
and I'll be gone.
Like a bride,
I will leave my home and meet you,
alone, in the huge solitude of night.
(Excerpt from Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore, tr. by Jim Moore)
Nadia Bolz-Weber is the tattooed, Lutheran pastor of the House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, a church where a chocolate fountain, a blessing of the bicycles, and serious liturgy come together. She's a face of the Emerging Church — redefining what church is, with deep reverence for tradition.
This is the unedited, unabridged version of their interview, recorded with a live audience at the Wild Goose Festival in Hot Springs, North Carolina.
Producer: Trent Gilliss
Camera: Angel Huertas, Julio Marin
Audio: Chris Heagle
Editor: J.D. O'Brien
In the days and months after 9/11, St. Paul's Chapel became the hub where thousands of volunteers and rescue workers received round-the-clock care. It was a moving setting to explore how 9/11 changed us as a people — and to ponder the inward work of living with enduring grief and unfolding understanding. From a live conversation at the edge of Ground Zero, The New Yorker's Hendrik Hertzberg, journalist and novelist Pankaj Mishra, and theologian Serene Jones.
If you’re a loyal public radio fan or a reader of the religion section at The Huffington Post, you’re going to enjoy this recording of a live video stream from the Mile High City. From the PRPD (Public Radio Program Directors) annual conference, Krista Tippett, host of Being, spoke with Paul Raushenbush, HuffPo Religion editor and associate dean of religious life at Princeton University, about how religion and spirituality have evolved to occupy a very different place in American culture than they did a decade ago. Krista and Paul look at the transition from "Speaking of Faith" to "Being" through this lens, and share segments from the program including listener-generated stories and interviews with special guests.
April 5, 2010 ~ Sidney Harman Hall in Washington, DC
On stage before a sold-out crowd, Krista and Michel Martin, host of NPR's Tell Me More, sat together for a riveting dialogue about the role of faith in their lives -- and the interplay of science and religion.
This video is a recorded version of the live online stream.