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how are you Rachel so it's nice to meet? You
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am. I got my son. My son changed my name too
very unintelligent person, his twelve, they hated them
is: he did that when he was eleven when he was that you know you're not not as maturity is now ass, he exactly how I have three boys, so I'm very, very familiarity of maturity. That happens there. You have three children. I have four children. One of them is a girl.
Yes, I know it's it's wild. I don't know where drugs I was on our. Why that will that's bananas
You don't really look written
holding our challenge. Thank you. I'm thirty eight and I started very
only Data Yak, that's what the girls where I come from. That's what that's! What we're tired
to do so. That's what I did
right, amazing. I wish I wish Eminem, I'm glad for my one beautiful child. I would have had a ton more. If I had have. I just know it. I start
right now we will have our own they
exactly a twelve year old boy, regardless of how many other siblings they are. I think, is always a good time and lots of my programme has
every prank, every change, the name every like get to the punchline. What is the joke, like all that, so that is ignored
actually right and now he's cooling everything
micro aggression, but nothing
There is no milk,
consider that a micro aggression against my milk need a need that they, like
they're, ok, goods out, buddy,
John S, bedside eat out. You tell him. Where are you guys based
we're in London right now we're going back home is Malibu
How have you been able to get back and forth easily? Is up the dumbest question ever
oh not, or to have done this whole come on this house. Sixteen months has just been completely crazy. We ve we ve been in London September because Henry said, please can I go
school and the schools will open in England, and my sister has three kids at school, so we allow tons of people had
should have moved away and they one said there were places. So here
He came and then my mama died, and so we stayed to obey the
of everyday yeah and we that's why
and are actually today I just found out he got into the sky,
that my mother went to the I went to that my sister, my aunties, my purse
It's crazy! He again
He's like self determining like these. I feel that these children have come in with a whole different set of a kind of
understandings about their interaction with the world and he's just clear about
what he wants
I don't know it's
things go, I don't I don't know how to let him go. I mean I just I it's
amazing, amazing place
is it a school? Where were you can be nearby or he really has to go and see you he's he's
we gonna wanna go and not see me, but he's gonna he's night come along the weekends yeah. Ok, ok, we'll start there,
We are your nose can be great, but he did say
she's there Tom he going to school? He was so excited anyone.
when I visited the weekends I know than a one all my time, but I'm gonna have to see me
friends mom. So you need to go
that if you had now seeking process it by September
you guys, my ok, thank you coach
you don't take it personally. I I got divorced last year and it was the first time that I spent real time away from my kids, because now we split time that so there were at their dad have to weaken. They have to weaken that process of those first, like several months where I would just have days where they weren't there- and I didn't.
The words I didn't know what to do with myself. Man at the answer for me was a lot of vodka just now.
thirdly, the sin and learn the new read them? Did you I mean honesty, I've I've serve said this I feel like us. Are this alot recently but lit
the first thing that we do as mothers and we give birth is let go of our child.
When they actually yeah, we it's it's
grandmother din to our experience and we can't get away from it and the whole process of their life seems to be us having to love. Would like the law.
This tends to let them to keep letting them go and
he blamed and go into keeping strong so that it's ok, it's ok for them to you not to go.
But that was completely absolutely or do you there either. There's this whole theory about this idea that we should have choose our parents as
he is coming into the world. You do believe in that idea meet. You may never know how much of a hippie the person I'm talking to you is
like a library, the aircraft grandma at my school, we made our and cheese is perfect, but I think the crystal were organised by really well, but have you ever thought about why you think he chose you were? I think he chose me.
His eye was older and I was definitely wiser and I definitely with my whole heart
wanted him with no reservations, even knowing that I was gonna, be a single parent might right from the beginning. There was only, I think,
wanted somebody gone and adventure with
we ve been on this. We ve been on this adventure since the day that he was born.
he and his middle name is story. His name is Henry story and a mean genuinely its. I think he's just a story
I think that's what it is and he chose. You chose me to pay that with him wow
MRS Fourtou, and when you go to school he going into
gray, I believe said a great ally
he's a September baby, so it was like I had that extra year, his Ex September fifth, and so he does
he stayed playing in the donor another year, my twelve year old September. Second, sign on that.
we what you mean like wine extra year, where you now with
I value your has he done nothing yet were all like. I feel like I look, my son Sawyer. I looked at him this year and all of a sudden he was just.
a teenager, oh yeah. If I got it,
happen in real time and we watched because we ve all been here right like altogether and Meum my boyfriend, whose amazed
and he loves Henry, whether all of his heart, we were
shoot him just
he started doing this. He surging that thing where he was like I'd, be talking happy like all overly oh uh. That's so interesting
I bet you like said. I will that's what I said: ass. It shut up a war.
like where's, my sweet smelling little angel God it's like, but he is
Is it second new person yeah, it's like any person, but I like this new person- and I am like in getting to know this new person. Forgive me I didn't do anything like it set up further. If I just ten hours talk and ask questions and said, let it go where it goes. If that's ok with you yeah, I'm curious, like can have you guys always have you should have been,
one place with him or have you travelled a lot as I mean for your job and show you how to travel? I love. What is that without? Like will I basically
changed my life like I stop. I kind of stop making
these and I said to my love-
the Asian than you know. Just get me Jimmy
show that sheets and ally cause, and can it please be in the valley, sets near my house, and it was
it was- it was a real choice to go. I need I need to be an estate
will any didn't know that I've got money,
coming in and I'm gonna be able to.
save money for his future and I want
to see him, and I did you know the last sitting.
seven years were were on two different amazing.
This shows, and it was
It was a lot of letting go for me of film. Acting with
does require moving around a law and stuff that I wasn't wanting to do with him. I didn't I wanted that first benefits
I have to be so stable.
and friends and soccer and pay dates and it works.
Amazing and then and then
I just I took this leap to to start my own production company and with sold him
two projects in I'm making things in producing things. In writing.
making music entering a podcasting nightlife. His life is
and doing movies. I mean it's, it's amazing. Can I ask just like in curiosity, because I also said I do a lot of different
things and I'm always curious how other mom structure their lives around so many moving parts
So how do you do sort of that? Your work, ok,
salmon to go in and do all the podcast and then tomorrow I'm going to do the writing or you a bit more of a butterfly that you can kind of go from one to another. It is been just given that you know
these circumstances of this past year and my
you're not gonna sit around you're gonna,
right a proposal for a podcast and you're gonna write a proposal for a book and you're going to get moving. I have
because it's just been us three Unum it where we, wherever we ve been. My boyfriend is unfathomable,
Definitely light, definitely land on hand to help me sort of organise things but ambiguous less. If I don't have
need it. I need an assistant like to put my pants on players so that check I just
Really, I'm not I'm not
hi maintenance, but I am disorganized and unable to manage a account. So my my assistant and my boyfriend, and actually Henry who was text
poor on when I first I doing the podcast, you know he was
figuring out the same in the MIKE and the whole deal Thea,
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But I also think that there is sound like magic in doing the things that you do really well and if your thing is not the organisation or the calendar or the beaten by that's a beautiful thing,
till I did. You always do that nor leaden new, ok, but I did views, but I did have like I've always known my father, who is who is a complicated and the amazing, dude,
said to me, look really identify what you're not good at, because you know what it is that you're good at and if you can find someone to help you to do that, always delegate always and so
it's freezing lean times and the good times I will always. I always have somehow found people to come in and and help
me with the stuff that I now I don't know how to do, because I don't know if you're created your brain, just pull my brain. Just two
it is a somewhat like that I wish it did. I know people who are both creative and extra.
Narrowly organised. Like my boyfriend, but he's frustrating me sort of fact.
How could you guys been together? Three? Is
ok, you went through a pandemic together now was that experience is. I was absolutely
like we ve got to where we were. We were dating, we were debating and we were really happy and we would
and then when the animal
and we were and allay- and I was like you know up there in the in the house
house, with the kid and didn't know you didn't know, what's going to go on I'll, just come and stay for a few days, just so we'd like no, we get settled and make sure that they're not going to turn the washer off and
like you know, stash our role in all of the other
He did and he just Tina He D never laughed. Ah,
has been really lovely. It's been cited
That was such a good test for so many people.
of how like was this real
you know what's happening, that was substituted fear, or was this lake, where we just sort of messing around and Kenneth. It wasn't anything you know it's the
ray? It's been the great leveller without a shadow of a doubt. I mean I feel like this whole time. This whole time feels it feels transitory and it feels
information are physically. After just hang
you have to hang on and you will have to be fluid and
Let go his its. I feel, like all of the extraneous stuff has been cutaway, including the people.
I read I you what yesterday just because you always had an now like no,
we leaned down.
Australian, older, the trigger heavily
trimmed I'm a little worried as we should have go back into whatever normal is going to
Now that we lose what we learned, that
when I say we I mean son of as a community or a society or as a world. We also have slowed. We had to sit down and we were more power,
and we were- and there were so many hard awful parts of it and are also beautiful, sacred good pieces there and I feel like there is such a desire to I get back in.
to this. You know, like momentum, that we
maybe lose some of those things that we were meant to have with us. Well, you know collect.
lay Weena and we can never get everybody to agree on everything, but he's gonna, I feel, like there's gonna, be
a lot of individuals who who,
to bring with them. The thing
but they land or the things that they saw from slowing down that the way in which their life was changed, and
hold it and then there
people? He if you dont, want that, but its we changed
this like fundamentally, whether whether one acknowledges it or not whether it goes back to being unconscious or it stays conscious. It's different. We felt what it's like to be powerless against an invisible foe,
and how to let you know how to live in a new
in any way around work around parenting. I mean seem school. I think up, but oh my god
what's your kids like doing zoom p,
terrible, so terrible. I just got like for them, but also have a dear friend. Who is
but the director at a school in our life, who taught tee, I knew work, remain hate kid. They dislike kindergarten to fear like on a computer blast
them all it was now make I mean really genuinely like everybody. Every putting just had to leg had to figure it out like there was something my mom
My mother was just you know. She was
hills me that the last year of her life was like was spent a lot alone, but my mother, who died eighty four
wrote her bike everywhere and all through lockdown, and we spoke every single day and she spoke for an hour with each of our children and she would
along the river Thames and she would look on. The map shows us that this map and she would find where green space was, and it was always green spaces. You'd never been too
and she was in using
Annabelle. She was in nature all the time and suited shielded from us physically.
But completely with. Havana is exactly what I feel now
is she's set of shielded from me, but she's in she's, in everything beautiful. Thank you for sharing that. Now, that's all right
We are talking about it. Without I was sure sure, but it's good cause you there they'll be people listening who going through this too and you don't know how to navigate grief, and we know we'll is aware club to be part of absolutely, and I think that,
It comes in so many different forms in so many different ways, and it's this thing that you think you're fine and then you see something or hear something or smell something in it. An incident
you're back and that space again, oh yeah, I mean the British
not known for their public displays of emotion and when I've fallen to pieces,
the street it extraordinary ordinary people just cut his leg, you know move
scuse me around and carry their shopping.
Let us look away across the street
I'm just standing obey and its is actually quite good. I felt,
invisible, which is
which is not usual sang but
but maybe people recognize me when I, like my god. It's me,
she's having his not having a my man to personal letters. Were my god. What happened? Do you feel, like you, have always been able to process hard seasons like this or is it something you weren't? You got an older to like sit with the pain,
well, there have always been hard seasons
as I know there have been for everybody and I'll, my life is always been peaks and troughs
and I did not navigate it well earlier
throw light getting really famous into that when you quite young, it's totally sort of mind bending bought. Yes, as like our old,
and served walk literally and figuratively ivory.
learn to write it. I really learn to just go well. You know this
I can do about this. This is this is hard and I haven't
You know that whole wins.
Churchill quiet of when you,
I'm through Hell, keep going,
but you have to do that. We will see what the alternative
Ukraine to bed and we do tat, there are those days, were you going to bed and eat don't get out, then you have.
you have children, especially of the eighty of kids. Are you happy there? You have to it. I think me for yourself, even if heap
No, you don't have children. I know how desperately you know,
sad it is to be alone and to be depressed, but you that notion of getting up and put it-
the radio on, which is what we do in London. Has the radio hairs analysed-
trusting, and so my boyfriend is born and raised in london- and I know this about your radio because a few the confidently listening to it- and it is so different than what happens here in the EU
so I will. I will affirm this
I could remember the name of the station he's always listening to you. I feel like I've become
love to know we ve got the only with we ve been finding some gems.
unless you know again, my my dad was like my dad.
Depression and all the way through his life, and he he said that just
the action of getting up and getting dressed and
putting the radio on and eating breakfast he was like. It was just active. He you do
just a small things. Are you just do them one
turn other, even if you get
and if those and if it breaks down, then you got it
right down and then you pick it up and you carry on, I mean that's what you said
isn't that, but now I mean I feel like that. Is it doesnt matter where you are in the world that is really just you're, making the next rightly right. What's the next week,
thing for me to do in this moment, and sometimes it is
can the rainy on, and sometimes it is go back to bed
again tomorrow like, and I think that the older,
yet the more I've learned to listen to what I mean
moment, but I am a hundred percent with you. I feel like that that going through those routines or those rituals to try and get yourself
into the motion of like okay now, especially as a mom, especially as a mom.
doesnt Caledonia yet
I'm seeing you gotta mean there been some moments in these past him,
months were Henry has seen me in such a state but
always try to eat when the school has kind of past really
talk to him about that Greece is
an extension and an expression of love like that's what it is and to be frightened by feeling to be frightened by pain and
Agnes and if he sees it passed,
he sees, you save me
This is me allowing it and then it passing and then you kind of coming back to yourself. Another
I was just saying this earlier to a lovely friend of mine, but they should teach. They should teach this in schools like they should teach. You take, teach kids about. You talk about death,
talk about grief, joke about that. It's a moving journey, and it's not this terrifying thing that we don't talk about and we just pray never happens to someone that we love. But it's like it's going to it's going to happen and I feel like we should talk about it.
He said to me earlier that I want to make sure I come back to you because at such an interesting thing I hadn't thought:
is how old were you when you started your career as an actress? Well, you know my parents,
I would say that right out of the womb just came out tat, damned change occurred.
has Jasmines first array
receipt like by six,
by six years old, I was like writing and performing things things that I've written poems the I'd written. I just I
wanted an audience like I lie just
I didn't need it. I just liked
That way, I don't.
I don't need. Em super light. Lone Wolf ate like it's, not it's all get it. I don't need to be in a big crowd, people, but boy. I do I love an audience.
When did you start doing at professionally?
I went to drama school. I went to a conservatory in I studied acting and music
and then it was kind of crickets, and then I got. I got my first job when I was twenty two
watch was it he read,
that's a flannel added at a tv in England, yeah played numerous care
does on long running soap operas hair I'll how by simplifying
areas by those that just the best thing ever is
it, is exactly what is both when you're twenty being an actor is, I think, is the greatest thing ever if you're lucky enough to be employed, because you just fancy free me down anywhere,
circle of friends. The first like big, mosaics, ok, I was twenty. Three was twenty three when,
when, when that came out- and it was it- was
rising like I didn't mean to move to New York, and I why like went for weekend before them like the movie,
screening stuff in those like some buzz about it and I went- I went to New York and my agent was that should probably meet with some cost interacts.
Oh that another guy, ok and then
I went in and let this amazing causing direct called Ellen Louis, and
these guys, we're having a big fight in the room next door and she had to excuse herself from the meeting and guarantee the shut up when I could hear yelling at them the next door, and then
so they went silent and it came back in his recite meet these directors and as I show,
but I'm a good children again
when, in man and like I get,
Mary, Louise Parker just dropped out of this movie, and they have studies
using and like two days
and I don't know why they gave me the part I was. I was so English and I was playing like you know an American, but I did that right
for them in the room was like you'll, probably wanting to know. If I can do an american accent. I just probably tell you that I can say
Why do you want me? It is a day, even though I was
really funny and weird- and I didn't know me- but they may be heard about this film anyway. It costs me this film, I just
I know I didn't care homes to two years,
I was listening like today like seen your name on the calendar for a while, and that was exciting and fun conversation. We're gonna, have and then
a couple of hours ago, my man I, as a teenager, watch circle of friends a hundred fifty times when there I mean I hadn't thought about that in a really long time.
the had a rough and be a chest tape there that there is a time of years had a hundred wishes and you just watch.
And over over and over and over it was such like it's such a specific memory
in my life, how did with a sort of like night and day
you do this movie and then all of a sudden everything, flips and changes or didn't feel like
yeah yeah, I know it, it is crazy, is oh, my god.
So is it was fun making. It knows they sell just just
amazing friends on coming than I had made short films together before the Euro would go on to make a few other films gather column. First and I've been in the play,
for a year that was all my perfect first professional jobs the year before secular friends. So we have this great time. You know- and I was I
I put on quite a lot of weight for the embryo is quite, I was bigger to start with, I put on quite a lot of weight to play. You need this. This character on this gorgeous the school just go
by the time the movie came out
you know I had had strap throw
like. I've been really poor. No money for food he lifted coffee in the old castle.
a lot of weight. So
The movie comes out and they give him my age, zanuck wow, I think propagate LOS Angeles and meat from causing directors, mildly work. I saw it
go and like people thought it was
the magic trick like they do.
They give ask us to the deeds when they, when they do this, they put on the weight than the covenant with, but the women like these people could not believe that the decisive
pain, a sweet round faced moon, faced, chunky, lovely irish girl
was now. You know this chick who visited like standing that I quite sort of tall and gangway.
Didn't know you sent us a couple times, you walk into the room like ok, I'll, go meet, cats and actors. Are you?
were you always very chill about this process? Beatin
not nerves, nerves. I think I love
we did so many plays at school, and so was it really was
front of an audience so often and learned
to turn those nerves into anti like this into the part of the whole deal. My PA
The passion I didn't mean that there wasn't sometimes a bucket there. Still when
lasted a play. I had a bucket of beside the station our job every night before I go on now, however,
You do that and then you use you use all of that stuff. Like rocket fuel, so it's kind of is the car.
and which is, I think, those
Chris, her life is that its counter intuitive and the things that you think you're frightened off
Ah deemed inquired painful are actually the things if you, if you do
that you belly up to them describes what your interaction with them is. Gonna be, and you can
he's them. You can use those things and again unearthing enough people tell you that that use the things that make you scared, use the things that
you would rather discard meaning
like are you taking not feeling of nervous s or anxiety instead of flipping it and making it like? Ok, I'm the uses and feel as excite
like her, you don't exactly. Ok, that is exactly as it were. That was exactly it. It was like I started to call at some indifferent,
literally call it something different. I
Lighted and that's that whole set of youth, if you
you are right, it becomes your narrative is what you say and I want you say I think will become reality. If you said enough, I was some lassitude with that. I get scared. When I said oh go,
can I say something terrible Michael. Nobody would happen. I think best aim as Agnes like appear the grace period yeah. Now I think I just think of as they I started, calling as I'm indifferent and it became indifferent and then stopped it was. It was exciting I loved walking into those rooms and-
Particular people were dismissed several underestimated me. I really enjoyed making them sit up and listen. What has it taken from you to still after this incredible career, and all these years practising this crap to sell me doing a play where you're getting so excited that you're going up of river basins like I feel like so many people? What kind of
not care about much anymore. I would have thought of let that go well. That was it was a few years ago. Now to tell you the truth, I when I did a play so I was like I was thirty five and fifty one
now there's a while back got it was so long ago accomplishes. However, I fear I put it in the category of peaks and troughs like yeah stuff, like that. Just won't make me give up like there is
Harriet of feeling a bit beaten, buyer and suddenly we need
for me when you, when you don't when I dont have work or if, when I didn't have work, because now I got a lot of what it is
even then it was like. You have to hold your cause, you just u have to hold.
You have to hold the line. You know the limit
when you and your creativity and what it is you want to do and you can't zigzag across it.
following a worrying about with other people are doing
better than you or whether there something you should be doing it sake,
beware, you are an end
keep your eye on where it is. You want to go.
why have you learned about success after all this time? That
I have a very different barometer for than I did when I was much younger men.
and my twenties, and when I was really you know when I was back when I was famous
Now. I d really mean that, like it was, I really thought that it would. It was so tied to whether things was would deem successful by everybody else, and that is
first, that just changes changes a change fundamentally to be in a professional
it's so much about people allowing you to work. You have to get hired by other people, your processed by an attempt by the commission
is it by the directive by the producers by the studio to religious,
I to be the arbiter of what you think successes and
allow to be smaller than you off in a bigger
It could be in my life, expanded exe.
Eventually, after I had Henry I get ready, it really really did
joy and in in something
that then work was miraculous.
When you start new projects. Could you have so mean works now you have the pine Cason you're doing all of these things. Do you sat intentions for each of those projects individually and say like this is what success looks like to me for this particular
yeah. I do and then I have like I have like
with the moon with the moon cycles. I definitely like on I'm definitely setting my
intentions on a new man and woman, I'm definitely identifying. What is. I wanted, like our
go absolute. We I man, we're I'm so Lucian low point. My boyfriend is he's
ask in a row his eyes and says my son when they hear the acute Oct about the moon who know the pod guest. Is that something that has always been a part of your life said of understanding
nature and cycles in all matters that newer, as you ve got older, you know,
it definitely was always. It was always there.
I started noticing really young I would go. Bananas are the footmen and then there was
an end, particularly like golly. I never said any of this out loud to anybody ready before said the people it really turning them
but the main Lyman with astrology and ready and really understanding, I guess in
kind of our way, nor any told a stranger or you'll get a million dollars, but in this in this idea of cycles and this idea of moving through thing
and the kinds of things that happen. When you know you ever
men in scope here. If your menace scope,
here which mine is like. That's that's some heavy shit right there
absolutely, and I I you know
so reading books. When I was
mind you tell where you for that.
my boyfriend calls me. He calls me the which- and I want I want to reclaim that word. Yes, I,
I'm in love. I love love that word in between.
the crystals and the moon.
And the paying attend,
Did these cycles
I feel like it's moving
help me so much with my mom's death? Is this?
resting in in
and the notion of a cycle and the idea that that's what every
think is an ending it. That also heralds a beginning. It just has to they are. They are both part of the same nucleus to me
and, and the moon affirms that she and what
king, in on a map.
swimmer and a surfer and watching what it does to the tide and how animals behave around that time gets it it right. It's it's got. It makes me feel part of something widening. If you
stubby if we study the history of the world which aware that serves to come into being, it's always surrounding women who have.
some sort of power, meaning Ike.
Stood how herbs worked understood? How to
Another woman give birth like law against things that that then became. You are wrong
who has power, and that must be evil and wrong, and so let's do everything we can to separate you from them.
our make. You feel fear around there, so there's so much. I think that we still have to unpack and reclaim as far
Is that concern through every everything? Ok
sure and generation. This goes back ages in its sole upsetting. When you read the history of like how much we ve been,
separated from the thing that should be really intuitive and natural gas,
definitely and allowed me
Look it just the fact that this has been.
It may not always there have been matriarchal societies, but it sort of fundamentally most of the time been run by the deeds yeah. If I were do
and I saw this person who could grow a person inside them. I would be fucking scat,
I would be scared, and I would go that shit
is bananas and we got to rate it in. We got to shut that down and we got we got to be. We got to be tomorrow because it's pecker
India is terrifying made
power and I and women you know we agreed
because we don't have much choice, uniting it.
It took us a long time to unwind to unwind that and to take to take back that power
and God knows was still doing it's not like it's all summer gets all done a mean right. Have you.
The Senate right of your son.
Listening to this end, there there wanting to understand less better
are there wanting. Let's say let us start with the moon cycle, which is a really powerful thing to understand him. Would you have me advice for anybody who is listening about where to begin to learn about our connection to nature,
as women and how this plays out for us and like where, where do you even began to
Some guy walk outside. They go for a walk, providing work,
confined green space, go to a park
yeah she's off and feel the tat underneath your feet,
going jump in the ocean, gone what she said
what you tree sittin. Look at that!
visit this an amazing instagram account Cool Spirit, daughter that I am so crazy about. She is
it is she cheek. She has a full moon, but book that is published every farmer.
and you can order, and I know you can you can get the physical thing. We can look at all night and she has a new one as well and it is made
for anyone who really wanted to have a resource, I would definitely say, go and check that out, but
in writing with nature is about getting out
being in it and feeling yourself in it. I like that
like I'm such a man like me, yes,
literally before we started this. I went on bare for right now and I went and stood on the lawn. Those liquor right, we're gonna, get centre,
transitioning from the work of this morning to getting to talk too many, and we want to be present for this, and so I am a hippie Anna which, and I
with you. I, like that advice, it seems simple, but I think so much.
The ability to connect is always about slowing down and being present in the moment at your end, incidents like feeling earth beneath your feet, so I love it
and you said, Spirit Diner some? Yes right, I'm writing.
yeah like that you're gonna love it you got, I order the work, work, etc. It's amazing, I amazingly well
Amazon, solar eclipse on that this week. On the guy. That's right! I have thought about that. That's cells,
hey where you got some homework that we need to deal yeah. I have let us in twenty seven different directions:
which, for what we are actually meant to talk about today- and I am so grateful
the time to connect with you at anchor in such a tree to two other challenges
here what you're doing and what life feels like for you right now, and I know you are launching a podcast before I let you
yeah. It's some is called many questions
and you can listen to it wherever you Mustn T about costs? I will
always loved Marcel Proust, the great french offer. He wrote this question
It was like a polish came back in the nineteenth century and it was a bunch of
from questions that women to just be revealing about a person, a person and
What I did was create redoubts fashion of that, and it's the say. I ask the same seven questions to this variety of different people.
everyone from Tony Blair to Dave grow as well, and it and its fascinating, where I think it will. You know a question:
What would be your last meal they that that could just be about the food, but how
for some people. It triggers something that takes them into a journey back into their.
Childhood or wherever it was all they ate it.
it's amazing how the questions it just triggered. I like the discipline I'm at the discipline over as well cuz. I'm quite way would I think that the discipline of that it's been completely amazed
talking of paper. I love. I then, while were excited, listen
everybody you can subscribe anywhere, you get
pass and then on the hearth, radio right right on all, but wherever Apple Spotify, if only
companies all the usual suspects and then are you on social and if so, what's your favorite platform for people to follow you? He know. I'm
twitter and I'm on Instagram and I've been more
de grabbing than twittering recently, but I've really, I really enjoy, I really enjoyed by those both as mediums. I love I actually lie,
Instagram ass. They sat hanker overtime at Rio Grande Desert, but I like it right,
it's all about who you're following years following it.
I totally their spare time, make you happy at such an incredible too
Really I enjoy. I enjoy what the algorithm thinks. I
The buys, while I gotta, meet those
I don't need those where I live in a city I felt like. I think the algorithm has me really well.
MIKE. I do need that matching jump right now. I was so many swims.
It's like you should never firearms it. I who buys assumes it without trying it on. I buy swimsuits algorithm yeah that girl has in have any of them actually worked.
Thirdly, the algorithm, those Mamma and nobody knows what you
I honestly I super, have appreciated the time, still feel that I got it.
Hang out with you and I hope that Sunday, when this pandemic is over, we get to meet each other in real life. I'll come and I'm.
foment dinner, with the reason
Oh, my god love it.
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