On Kindness and What the World Needs Now w/ Hannah Brencher

25 minutes

Have you ever felt disconnected from your relationships and your life because of your reliance on your phone and social media? Do you ever feel nostalgia for the art of handwriting letters? Hannah Brencher understands what you are feeling. In this episode of This Anthropological Life, we discuss the difficulties of being present, the importance of time in maintaining relationships, the pitfalls of random acts of kindness, and the joys of writing a love letter. Copy Prepared by Nina Oria-Loureiro




Take Aways



* “The only thing that can beat out fear is love. It can’t be just a statement. It has to be something we live, throug

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