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Everyone has a story to tell--and my guests prove that. Openly and honestly they share their experiences of storytelling (authors), interesting hobbies, overcoming everyday challenges, inspiring jobs, coping with health problems, and simply living life with all of its ups and downs. Every episode will range in length from 15 to 30 minutes. It is a family-friendly podcast.
 
The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins explores the application of Charlotte Mason’s philosophy to the atmosphere, discipline, and life of our homes and schools. We cover Charlotte’s timeless principles as they work themselves out in our real and modern lives. Interviewing seasoned moms who have cherished Charlotte’s works while raising real children in real families, we endeavor to lay a foundation of hope and possibility for our listeners. However imperfectly.
 
The CiRCE Institute Podcast Network is made up four regular shows: FORMA, featuring interviews and conversations with educators, writers, and thinkers. The Mason Jar featuring Cindy Rollins, all Charlotte Mason all the time. Close Reads, a book club podcast, featuring Angelina Stanford and Tim McIntosh. Ask Andrew, in which Andrew Kern answers listener questions about Christian classical education. As well as various seasonal shows like The Commons with Brian Phillips, The Divided Line with ...
 
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And what a barren and dry land should we dwell in if our spirits were narrowed to the limits of that which we can comprehend! Where we err is in supposing that mystery is confined to our religion, that everything else is obvious and open to our understanding: whereas the great things of life, birth, death, hope, love, patriotism, why a leaf is gree…
 
And, Mary, seeking meekly for direction, asked ‘how shall this be after the wont of men?’ and she was shewn how, by the immediate power of God Most High, the Child should be born, holy, the Son of God; and Mary, not knowing what all this might mean to her, cried ‘Behold the handmaid of the Lord, be it to me according to Thy word.’ Charlotte Mason, …
 
I think all that I have written is still true, but I would emphasize habit and so-on less; child-mind, no, because a child has as much mind as the rest of us. Charlotte Mason, In a letter to Henrietta Franklin Show Summary: Today’s guest is Maria Bell, homeschool mother of 4 What is your story of coming to discover Charlotte Mason? What was Charlot…
 
"It is easier to be wise for others than for ourselves," said La Rochefoucauld, thus referencing the troubled relationship between pleasure and wisdom. Joshua Gibbs investigates on this week's edition of Proverbial. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Insofar we are laying ourselves out to secure that each shall “live his life”; and that, not at his neighbor’s expense; because, so wonderful is the economy of the world that when a man really lives his life he benefits his neighbor as well as himself; we all thrive in the well-being of each. Charlotte Mason, a Philosophy of Education, Vol. 6 Show …
 
Sara’s son was sick and she wasn’t sure what was wrong. After many doctors and doing lots of research on her own she discovered her son had PANDAS. The family came together and successfully found a way to manage the illness. In order to help other children Sara wrote a middle grade book entitled Pendulum under the pen name of S. E. German. Addition…
 
Today’s guest is Liz Wetzel, mother of 5 and Charlotte Mason co-op leader How Liz found the need for a learning community that was sustainable How Liz came to know about Charlotte Mason’s philosophy Why Liz’s family left Classical Conversations for something else What happened when Liz started a Charlotte Mason reading group How Liz structured thei…
 
Caryn developed a loss of chemical tolerance after exposure to some chemicals. She reveals how it has affected her life and the adjustments she had to make. She is helping others learn how to function and navigate in our perfumed and chemical (VOC’s) world by means of her Facebook page and her consulting business. Discussion Group: https://facebook…
 
Dr. Geoff Rose joins Brian Phillips to discuss the importance of health and wellness, particularly for dads. They discuss nutrition, exercise, and overall wellness, emphasizing how fathers can serve as models for their families in these areas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
“It is no arbitrary reward which is attached to the assembling of two or three together; we warm ourselves at each others’ fires, and glow with the heat we get. Let but the heads of two or three families meet together to talk over the bringing up of their children, and the best and wisest parents will go home with new insight, renewed purpose, and …
 
Heidi Dunstan widowed at a young age noticed well-meaning friends frozen in awkwardness uttering words that hurt more than comforted. Hence, she explains why saying, “How are you?” isn’t the best choice of something to say. Compassionately, Heidi’s goal is to help all of us learn what to say to friends and family during their grieving process. From…
 
“It may be that the souls of all children are waiting for the call of knowledge to awaken them to delightful living.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6, Philosophy of Education Show Summary: Today’s episode is our first Charlotte Mason Q&A with Cindy and Dawn What volume should a mother of young children start with first? What does Charlotte say about asking…
 
"The best revenge is a life well lived," said George Herbert. Why do other sorts of revenge fall short of good old-fashioned happiness and contentment? Joshua Gibbs investigates. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Lisa David Olson as a child found escape through comedy, her favorite--anything with Carol Burnett. By accident she fell into doing Improv work and found her natural talent. She recommends to do the things that make you sweat. Be brave. Now, she helps others with her humor as a Business Humorist, Speaker and Trainer. Podcast: Stranger Connections S…
 
In part one of his story, Josh says, “A machine does just enough to keep you alive." He explains what it is like to be on dialysis. He also delves into what helped him to adjust to living with kidney disease.Josh Mason
 
“How delicious it is to sit down with a twig.” A Student, as quoted by Charlotte Mason Show Summary: Today’s guest is Naomi Goegan, an Auxiliary member of AmblesideOnline How Naomi discovered Charlotte Mason’s philosophy What would you say to new moms about starting nature study and going on nature walks? Why does nature study get so closely associ…
 
“Consider, too, what an unequaled mental training the child-naturalist is getting for any study or calling under the sun -the powers of attention, of discrimination, of patient pursuit, growing with his growth, what will they not fit him for?” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 1, Home Education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Lynn Seddon, author of the nature s…
 
“The pleasure of criticizing takes away from us the pleasure of being moved by some very fine things," claimed Jean de La Bruyere. Joshua Gibbs investigates. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
"No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible," said Stanislaw Lec. This isn't just a proverb about riots and mobs, though. It's about our guilty pleasures. Joshua Gibbs examines. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
“Love, and the service of love, are the only things that count.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 4, Ourselves Show Summary: Today’s guest is Caitlin Bruce Beauchamp, daughter of Lynn Bruce and an AmblesideOnline graduate How Caitlin came to embrace Charlotte Mason’s methods as an adult and foster parent What Caitlin remembers most about her homeschool and gr…
 
“The method is as old as the mind of man, the distressful fact is that it has been made so little use of in general education.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6, Philosophy of Education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Karen Glass, author and member of the AmblesideOnline Advisory What is narration? How does narration work in the homeschool setting? Does a ch…
 
Laci is brought up in an environment of trauma. To survive she shuts down squashing her own voice. As she matures she finds that creativity is part of what generates healing. Passionate she now blends her love for color psychology with business branding. Laciconsults.comLaci Blake
 
Jan Canty continues her story. Running a podcast Domino Effect of Murder has been reaffirming and educational for her. Jan uncovers misconceptions people have about the victims/survivors of a homicide. Currently, she is working on a workbook as a step-by-step guide on the process of what to expect and what you need to know following the tragedy of …
 
Jan Canty’s husband had been brutally murdered. This fact she kept silent for 30 years. She recounts the harrowing story. Now, she shares what her life is like since and how the tragedy shaped parts of her life. In her book A Life Divided she goes into the details and scope of her personal experience.…
 
Sallie’s heart event led and turned her life in a completely new direction. She explains in more detail the benefits of emotional support. Unexpectedly, she has found purpose in helping others. Sallie Crawley Facebook Group www.myheartandmind.co.uk/communitySallie Crawley
 
Sallie’s life seemed to be fine, after all it was only indigestion, or so she thought. Medical tests revealed she’d been having a heart attack for three days. She never dreamed it would happen to her. Sallie Crawley for her book: www.myheartandmind.co.uk/hhhbookShe also has a podcast: www.myheartandmind.co.uk/podcast…
 
Ashley tells her story of how she became addicted to drugs from deciding to take one pill. Thankfully, after continual efforts to detox, she finally got the motivation to change. Find out what helped her gain the courage and desire to be clean and stay clean. Now, she works from home helping support her family selling Avon. Her Facebook page is: Av…
 
In this episode, Dr. Perrin sits down with author Danielle Bennett Dukes to discuss the notion of education as beatitude. They discuss the ways that the beatitudes serve as an educator's Telos and the way they prepare students to live in a world of paradox and suffering. Cafe Schole is produced for the CiRCE Podcast Network by Goldberry Studios. Se…
 
“Even for their earliest reading lessons, it is unnecessary to put twaddle into the hands of children.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 1, Home Education Show Summary: Today’s guests are Amy Edwards and Tina Mugglin of Blue Sky Daisies Publishing How Amy and Tina started Blue Sky Daisies How Cindy started publishing new editions of her books with Blue Sky Da…
 
Krysti knew at 13 years old that she had a problem when she checked the calories of her toothpaste. As she explains her eventual recovery she crushes a common misconception about anorexia. Now, with a happy family she now runs a Blog OrlandoDecoded.com.Krysti Reif
 
Paula Jean Ferri combines her love of writing with her Tourette's Syndrome In her book Awkwardly Strong. She enlightens her readers about the challenges she faced and how she was able to maintain a positive attitude. In our conversation she describes what it was like when she first realized she had the condition. One thing that has helped her is a …
 
Natural born storyteller and author Vic Ferrari (NYPD Through the looking Glass) goes back to his exciting as a roller coaster, adrenaline-pumping career in the NYCPD to bring to life his personal experiences. He imbues his fact based stories with humor for a touch of irony. He reflects not only on his current books, but also hints towards his new …
 
“The child brings with him into the world, not character, but disposition. He has tendencies which may need only to be strengthened, or, again, to be diverted or even repressed. His character––the efflorescence of the man wherein the fruit of his life is a preparing––is original disposition, modified, directed, expanded by education; by circumstanc…
 
This is a chance to get to know the person next door without having to spy on them 24/7. Through interviews I will attempt to find out a few interesting things about everyday people. If I chance to uncover a secret here or there, all the better.Cindy Mason
 
“The message for our age is, Believe in mind, and let education go straight as a bolt to the mind of the pupil.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6, Philosophy of Education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Karen Glass, author and member of the AmblesideOnline Advisory What, as a whole, are Charlotte Mason’s 20 Principles? What exactly is a principle anyway? Wha…
 
“[T]he fact is, that a few broad essential principles cover the whole field, and these once fully laid hold of, it is as easy and natural to act upon them as it is to act upon our knowledge of such facts as that fire burns and water flows.” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 1, Home education Show Summary: Today’s guest is Brandy Vencel of Afterthoughtsblog.net…
 
“The question is not, — how much does the youth know? when he has finished his education — but how much does he care? and about how many orders of things does he care? In fact, how large is the room in which he finds his feet set? and, therefore, how full is the life he has before him?” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 3, School Education Show Summary: Welcom…
 
“There are few joys in life greater and more consistent than our joy in Beauty ” Charlotte Mason, Vol. 4, Ourselves Show Summary: Today’s guest is Leah Boden of Modern Miss Mason How Leah found out about the Charlotte Mason philosophy How Leah learned about and implemented the philosophy with freedom Who was Charlotte Mason anyway? What Leah’s book…
 
Here in season 2, Dr. Phillips is focusing on ways of being better dads to our daughters and husbands to our wives, and here in episode two he is joined by author Christine Cohen, author of The Winter King, to discuss the power of stories to inspire and instruct us in that effort. Christine Cohen was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She sp…
 
Join Emily, Renee, and Karen as they discuss mankind's place in the created world. Why do we go into nature to find refreshment? Plus they discuss how being outside (on adventures, in beautiful places) has helped shape them and how it particularly helps shape the habit of paying attention. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Welcome back to The Weight of Fatherhood, a podcast for dads who take their vocation as a father seriously. Here in the premier episode of season two, host Brian Phillips introduces the theme of the second season (the women in our lives: wives and daughters) and is joined by some of his friends and colleagues for a conversation about the challenges…
 
Jane Austen wrote, "The memory is sometimes so retentive, so serviceable, so obedient - at others, so bewildered and so weak - and at others again, so tyrannic, so beyond control! - We are to be sure a miracle every way - but our powers of recollecting and of forgetting, do seem peculiarly past finding out." In this episode, Joshua Gibbs tells a si…
 
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