Remy Guts grew up in a small east coast town in a Catholic and Jewish home. His love for music, punk, and rock and roll set him on a journey of reading, studying, and loving philosophy. Only recently coming out of Judaism, he and I are asking new questions as we try to think for ourselves instead of just following the crowds.
Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other.
On this weeks episode, we hear a meltdown from Megan regarding her real fear of violence as she takes part in the March for Our Lives movement to demand that our lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today.
When you leave anything that you’ve given yourself to for any significant amount of time, it’s hard. When you realize that all your relationships surrounded that thing, it’s harder.
Brenden shares the difficulty of leaving a long-term community. What it was like for his marriage and his kids, and how they found new community organically...