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Tag: Catherine Thompson

FTE42 ~ One Year on the Brink of Extinction

Imagine you only have one year to live.

What are the most important things you want to do?

That’s the question I have asked six wonderful interview partners. Let them inspire you to look death in the face more calmly and to accept that we are all going to die once anyway. Here I have selected a few highlights.

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FTE38 ~ AS IF – One Year to Live – Part 6

This is where I’d like to die … and it’s partly the place, right, I am surrounded by nature.

Catherine Thompson

Catherine Thompson was born in Canada and now lives in Thailand. She is living anyway, as if it were her last year. We are talking about living in the woods, building instruments, music, and a little bit about forest spirits.

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FTE26 ~ Dog Walk ~ New Podcast Format

How do you like my new podcast format, just walking and talking?

Still my purpose is this:

I want to support people, who are brave to face the collapse of our biosphere, to be aware how precious life is and not to be alone.

So I have accepted the challenge to talk English in a free and I hope more fluent way. And I didn’t edit the recording. So you’ll hear all my “hms” and “ähs”. But I guess that disturbs me more than you.

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FTE12 ~ Listening in the Rain Forest

My guest, Catherine Thompson is leading an extraordinary life. Born in Canada, she is living a somewhat nomadic existence mostly in the west of Canada. In the years of  2011-13 she traveled, on horseback, more than 2500 km through the southern plains of Saskatchewan  and Alberta. She is presently based in a small mountain village in the north of Thailand where she has set up a musical instrument making and composing studio.

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