<p>Apathy.</p>
<p>That often overrated rock of protection each of us frequently finds ourselves hiding under.</p>
<p>Life’s seemingly endless challenges, often placing one in line with a sense of jadedness, yet hope lies in our ability to sense the world with awe and wonder.</p>
<p>Our guest today reminds us of that.</p>
<p>As a former set-designer on the legendary and formidable long-running children show, Captain Kangaroo, our conversation with self-proclaimed <em><strong>Jollytologist,</strong></em><strong> </strong><a href="https://www.allenklein.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Allen Klein</strong></a> is sure to inspire our listening community with a sense of awe and wonder.</p>
<p>Today we share an lively conversation with Allen, with his quaint and endearing storytelling, heart-warming smile and unique perspective on embracing the magic of life. We exploring how joy, awe and wonder are such essential elements to a happy and successful life. As an award-winning author, Allen’s book, “The Awe Factor” is shedding new light on an often overlook element <em><strong>essential</strong></em> for living a life fulfilled.</p>
<p>Tune in to find out how a little bit of wonder can make a big difference in your life, on this episode of <a href="https://www.thelightinside.us" target="_blank"><strong>The Light Inside.</strong></a></p>
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<p><em><strong>Credits:</strong></em></p>
<p><em>Musical Score by Epidemic Sounds</em></p>
<p><em>World of Dreams by Christoffer Moe Ditevsen</em></p>
<p><em>Magic Awaits by Howard Harper-Barnes</em></p>
<p><em>Don’t Mind The Clouds by Gerald Franklin</em></p>
<p><em>This Was Fun by Gavin Luke</em></p>
<p>JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM:&nbsp;<a href="https://www.instagram.com/thelightinsidepodcast/">@thelightinsidepodcast</a></p>
<p>SUBSCRIBE:&nbsp;<a href="http://pod.link/thelightinside">pod.link/thelightinside</a></p>
<p>Executive Producer:&nbsp;<a href="https://www.jeffreybesecker.com/">Jeffrey Besecker</a></p>
<p>Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering:&nbsp;<a href="https://aloft.media/">Aloft Media Studio</a></p>
<p>Guest booking by <a href="http://www.podmatch.com/">www.podmatch.com</a></p>

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The Light Inside

Jeffrey Besecker

Self Concept: Living in Joy to Embrace the Simple Awe and Wonder in Your Life with Allen Klein

DEC 8, 202142 MIN
The Light Inside

Self Concept: Living in Joy to Embrace the Simple Awe and Wonder in Your Life with Allen Klein

DEC 8, 202142 MIN

Description

Apathy.

That often overrated rock of protection each of us frequently finds ourselves hiding under.

Life’s seemingly endless challenges, often placing one in line with a sense of jadedness, yet hope lies in our ability to sense the world with awe and wonder.

Our guest today reminds us of that.

As a former set-designer on the legendary and formidable long-running children show, Captain Kangaroo, our conversation with self-proclaimed Jollytologist, Allen Klein is sure to inspire our listening community with a sense of awe and wonder.

Today we share an lively conversation with Allen, with his quaint and endearing storytelling, heart-warming smile and unique perspective on embracing the magic of life. We exploring how joy, awe and wonder are such essential elements to a happy and successful life. As an award-winning author, Allen’s book, “The Awe Factor” is shedding new light on an often overlook element essential for living a life fulfilled.

Tune in to find out how a little bit of wonder can make a big difference in your life, on this episode of The Light Inside.


Credits:

Musical Score by Epidemic Sounds

World of Dreams by Christoffer Moe Ditevsen

Magic Awaits by Howard Harper-Barnes

Don’t Mind The Clouds by Gerald Franklin

This Was Fun by Gavin Luke

JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast

SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside

Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker

Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio

Guest booking by www.podmatch.com

--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message