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Krista Tippett

The host of radio’s On Being talks about wisdom, debate, downright disagreement—and coming together when things fall apart

What has surprised you about the response to your newest book, Becoming Wise: An Inquiry Into the Mystery and Art of Living? Even in early 2016, people were so weary—sore inside. In the 24/7 news environment, people are bombarded with the same story of what is catastrophic and corrupt and failing 25 times before lunch. They start to internalize that

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