I wanted to know what people last destroyed by way of understanding their creative process. Tom sat down with me at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse in Denver and talked about a time he destroyed a family heirloom, and what this meant in a larger context.
When Luke was 12, his friend confides in him that he likes to eat dog food. The worst thing Luke ever did was rat his friend out to family. Luke is sorry, sort of. This is part of my ongoing series of conversations at Denver-area coffeehouses on different themes.
Spencer has struggled in school. It’s taking him about seven years to complete a four-year degree. But he doesn’t want to die regretting that he didn’t give it his all, even if it means he’ll be saddled with student loans for a LONG time. Recorded at St. Mark’s Coffee in Denver, Colorado.
From a series of conversations I hosted and produced at Kaladi Coffee in Denver, here is Savanna. She says she doesn’t want to die regretting a decision she made in middle school: refusing to date a boy because he wasn’t as religiously fundamentalist as she was.
Rhema’s approach to regret and not dying with any is threefold: mind, body, spirit. But it isn’t always easy keeping her wits about her when her patients are testing her patience! From a series of conversations on different themes I hosted and produced at St. Mark’s Coffee in Denver.
Jim REALLY wants to hit the open road. He loves motorcycles and before he dies he wants to take a year-long trip on the bike to other countries. From a series of conversations on death and regret, recorded at Kaladi Coffee in Denver, Colorado.
From a series of conversations on dying and regret that I hosted and produced at St. Mark’s Coffee in Denver, here is Ian’s story. He was a high school dropout but now that he’s turned his life around, he wants to take full advantage of a graduate program in medicine.
From a series of conversations recorded at Kaladi Coffee in Denver, Colorado, here is Chris. He says he doesn’t want to die regretting that he never lived up to his potential. There have been times when he wasn’t.
From a series of conversations on a theme of “I Don’t Want To Die Regretting,” Carli tells me that she doesn’t want to regret living her life to the fullest. In particular, she means having the best job she can, but she’s torn at present. Recorded at St. Mark’s Coffee in Denver.