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on 1/22/2024

I love that topics run the gamut from the mundane (wash your feet) to the profound (grief, love, tragedy), but my favorites are the longer interview-style episodes. Zak is humble and curious and knows how to ask the questions to reveal deeper truths. And unlike a ton of podcast hosts, he can tell a story AND keep it brief.
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on 1/1/2024

The combination of the serene music with the hosts voice, and the pure good will of this show makes me feel peaceful in a way no other podcast has before. Thank you, Zak, for following through with this idea for a podcast and bringing a little bit of peace and joy to others.
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on 12/22/2023

Great variety. Production values very good.
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