I launched a new podcast today called Love & Hope.
It will take up to a week for it to be listed on all the major podcast directories, but it’s already online at some of the top sites.
For a long time, I’ve wanted to start a podcast that wouldn’t be aimed at a huge audience, because I need time to get good at what I’m doing before I aim for a bigger audience.
This show is a continuation of much of what I’ve already been talking and writing about here. In fact, the first few episodes will be repurposed audio that many of you have already heard over the last six weeks or so.
Here’s the official description of the show:
Humans ultimately need love more than anything else. Although we need food, water, air and shelter to survive — and then the money to pay for other necessities of life — we are ultimately empty and unhappy without love. We need the love of family and friends and a partner. Love & Hope is about the attempt to find that sort of love and connection, as seen through the lens of one man’s attempt to overcome a dysfunctional childhood and be emotionally healthy enough to find the love he needs and to find his place in this world. Each episode is about 10 to 15 minutes.
For now, you can listen at this link. In the coming days, you will be able to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.