In each episode of Everyday Thin Places, birth doula Elizabeth Varaso and interfaith hospice chaplain Rachael Gallagher draw from their experiences supporting birthing people and dying people to explore with honesty, authenticity and humor how we can all become more truly-living people. Although birth and death are two of the only truly universal human experiences, we often think of them as painful, frightening and best kept behind closed doors. But behind those closed doors Rachael and Elizabeth have experienced the wonder and delight of “thin places” - those points in space and time where the line between known and unknown, between temporal and eternal, between the ordinary and the transcendent become beautifully blurred. No matter if you are the kind of person who finds the topics of birth and death thrilling, terrifying or just not all that interesting Rachael and Elizabeth’s conversations with each other and with guests from all walks of life will draw you in and keep you coming... more
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In this very special episode, it's time for the Super Bowl. Joining us for the first time is Erik Johanson, Philadelphia sports fanatic. In the last 5 months, Philly fans have gotten quite a bit of excitement with both the Phillies and the Eagles com... more
Rachael and Elizabeth react to Everyday Thin Places turning two years old, before reflecting on the amazing guests we have had the privilege to host. Plus, what’s next for Everyday Thin Places?! more
Elizabeth has been keeping busy making teacher appreciation gifts, and Rachael has been watching her teacher friends on social media as they wrap up the school year. It feels like a great time to talk about teachers and the impact the have made on ou... more
I had a wonderful time talking to Rachael and Elizabeth. They are truly brilliant hosts! They are very interesting, engaging, and insightful. So much wisdom from these two beautiful souls!
it was great to hear your interview with Kay! it was the beauty and calm that nourished my soul today. I already feel like I know you three and hearing you chat made that even more real! love and blessings!
Interesting idea and great diversity of guests.
These women know of what they speak.
Absolutely loving this podcast. It has such depth and feeling threaded throughout it, while also being accessible and inspiring about everyday life. What a brilliant concept, and the hosts have great energy and give-and-take.
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Everyday Thin Places launched 3 years ago and published 101 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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