An ongoing exploration of the complexity of being human, through bi-monthly conversations about trust, loss, feelings and perspective.
Long-time friends Laura and Sascha talk with each other and guests about the confounding and compelling experience of being a modern human. Every example of the ways we grieve, love, hope and create are welcome at the table. Each episode looks at these complexities through one of four main portals – trust, loss, feelings and perspective.
Sascha Demerjian and Laura Green have been friends for over 30 years. Their experiences of being human intersect and diverge in ways that make interesting patterns reveal themselves when they look at the world side by side. Or at least they think so. Hopefully you will too.
They are the co-founders of the (now extinct) Belmont High School Bowling Team and the (very much alive) Portland Grief House.
Parsa Shahinpoor is an internal medicine physician who has been based in Portland, Oregon for the past twelve years. During this time, he's grown more connected to the Northwest wilderness and enjoys hiking, mountaineering, and windsurfing. He's also had a lifelong passion for ambient and instrumental music, and it brings him great happiness to create and share his music with his community.
Listen to music from the podcast here.
It all started when he was five years old and his grandmother gave him a clock radio.
Will's love for music, both live and recorded, has led to a 48 year career in the professional audio industry. Currently, he is the owner of WhereAV, a provider of audio content, equipment, and consultation.
This platform gives him the opportunity to share his experience and knowledge to support creative endeavors. It has been a pleasure for him to develop this podcast series with the Portland Grief House.
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