Archive for February 13th, 2008
How do you deal with pain? Can pain be overcome? And to what extent is pain psychological? Today we’re going to explore what controls the pain that we feel.
This message was sent to us after Monday’s show with Rabbi Rosen and Lubna. I found it very moving and wanted you all to have the chance to read it and respond.
‘Hi. I’m Savane from Nairobi, Kenya, and listening to the Rabbi and Lubna made me wonder (and worry) about the Kenya my daughters are growing up in. Will that be them 40 years from now? Continue reading ‘They’ve already met people who don’t like them because of this, and this, and this’
If you’re in London and can hear whimpering and pleas for forgiveness, that’s the sound of our colleague Paul Coletti who offered to film us answering your questions, and then cancelled five minutes after we were due to start. The road back into the warm bosom of WHYS will be a long and arduous one. Anyway, at least you don’t haev to look at me. Here are some replies to the questions you sent in, including to all 13 from Abdelilah. Continue reading ‘Your questions, our answers’
Greetings from a cold, crisp, magnificent morning in London…
We’re planning to devote most of tonight’s programme to the subject of pain, as you’ll see from Ben’s posting. But there are a few other interesting stories around. In Australia, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is promising firm action to help Aboriginal communities, after his formal apology for the injustices perpetrated by two centuries of white settlement. Can anything really make amends for the past suffering of Aborigines? What do you think the government should do to help improve Aboriginal lives? Continue reading ‘Morning musings’