Deafness and Podcasts
I have a couple dear friends who are deaf or are hard-of-hearing, and find listening to podcasts almost impossible. This has been difficult particularly when it comes to the Liturgists - they would love to be a part of this community, but are unable to consume the main form of media that the community is based on, making it difficult.
I've seen podcasts put out transcripts of episodes; has there ever been talk of this for the Liturgists? Any other thoughts or ideas?
Man oh man. Sleeping At Last does it again. Anyone else into his tunes? #Enneagram
Hey folks! If you're in #NYC we are having a liturgists meeting up this Sunday 5pm at a friend's apartment on Roosevelt Island. Feel free to reach out and I can get you further details! We also have a facebook group you can join where all our meetups get decided upon and details are there too - search for NYC Liturgists.
To clarify on the "short end of the stick", I mostly mean anything I've come across from The Enneagram institute about these types.
I know some of you enneagram nerds out there listen to the Sleeping at Last podcast, but in case you haven't heard of it I highly recommend it. It is the single best enneagram resource I have come across to date. It has transformed my understanding of the enneagram as a whole, helps me empathize with types I struggle to understand, and gives a much more fair description of types who seem to regularly get the short end of the stick, notably 4s and 6s. Oh, and the songs are beautiful.
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This is an instance for folks who follow The Liturgists Podcast, The Alien Podcast, and other things The Liturgists create.