Episode Three: The Peace of Fred Rogers

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Episode Three: The Peace of Fred Rogers

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This week in the neighborhood, our subject is Peace.

If Fred Rogers was anything, he was a man of peace. One of my favorite Fred Rogers quotes is, “Peace is far more than the absence of war.” This is true, but I also think that Fred would be the first to remind us as well that Peace is also the absence of war too.

To read more about Mister Rogers’s Peaceful Worldview, pick up a copy of this book which was used heavily in the writing of this episode:

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Peaceful Neighbor: Discovering The Countercultural Mister Rogers – written by Michael Long

Buy The Book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0664260470/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0664260470&linkCode=as2&tag=rickleejame00-20&linkId=2b28f7b551fc9e6540b13be63af7273f

 

Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.

Theme Music featured on this podcast is “Nouvelle Noel” by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.

Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.

Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on Twitter

Your host is Rick Lee James.

Rick’s Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.

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Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.