This I BelieveAuthor: This I Believe, Inc.
21 Apr 2019

This I Believe

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Inspiring, uplifting, and educational, This I Believe features people from all walks of life sharing the stories behind their core beliefs. Since 2005, this program has been heard weekly on public radio and used in thousands of classrooms worldwide. It has also spawned nine books, including the NY Times bestseller "This I Believe." Hundreds of past episodes are archived at thisibelieve.org.

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    Howard White: The Power of Hello

    When he was a child, Howard White’s mother taught him the importance of greeting people. Now an executive at Nike, White believes everyone he meets deserves to have their presence and their humanity acknowledged. For him that begins with “hello.”


  • Posted on 16 Apr 2019

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    Jennie Kiffmeyer: The Stories We Tell, The Stories We Are

    Jennie Kiffmeyer is a writer, a storyteller. But on the occasion of her father's death, she realized she didn't know enough of his life—his stories—to fill in the blanks. So Ms. Kiffmeyer believes in writing, both to understand and be understood.


  • Posted on 09 Apr 2019

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    David Westwood: Respect Yourself

    As a father, David Westwood has found that life isn't so complicated when deciding on the very basics of life that need to be taught to our children. For Westwood, one of those basics is that we must learn self-respect before we can gain respect for others.


  • Posted on 25 Mar 2019

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    Frank X. Walker: Creative Solutions To Life's Challenges

    Poet Frank X Walker believes artists aren’t the only creative people. He says barbers, cooks, janitors, and kids enrich the world with their creativity as much as the painters, sculptors, and writers.


  • Posted on 12 Mar 2019

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    Madeleine Urbaszewski: Treating Everyone as Family

    Madeleine Urbaszewski wasn't born in New Orleans, but she has called it home since moving there in the fourth grade. Because she has experienced warmth and friendliness from the people there, including perfect strangers, Ms. Urbaszewski has come to believe in treating everyone like family.


  • Posted on 04 Mar 2019

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