"Sister Who Presents," Holiday Specials, and Others: The Third Season of Production
Episode 56: An overview and introduction to the ministry, significance, and purposes of Sister Who and some applications of all of this to life.
Episode 57: The potentially empowering influence of paradoxes, seemingly unanswerable questions, and apparently incongruous elements.
Episode 58: Positive and empowering rediscovery and relationship of individuality to surrounding formative societal community.
Episode 59: Each of us as reference points for others' perception, understanding, and knowledge of the diversity of life and of God.
Episode 60: Positively integrating personal uniqueness and societal categorization.
Episode 61: Recognizing what is distinctly sacred and thereby relating positively, inclusively, and expansively to life and to God.
Episode 62: Avoiding the limitations of dogmatism or condescension, within processes of spiritual growth and interpersonal relationship.
Episode 63: Accepting responsibility appropriately and constructively or proactively involving one's self in life and relationships of all kinds.
Episode 64: Reasonable expectations and tolerances related to certain struggles of life, which can result in personal or spiritual growth.
Episode 65: Insightful aspects of parodies, alternative presentations, and unconventional approaches.
Episode 66: Self-awareness and self-reflection within various experiences of life and attempts to communicate understanding.
Episode 67: Translating perceptions and experiences from one individual language or world to another and insights which can follow.
Episode 68: Personal identity in comparison and contrast to personal definition.
Episode 69: Societal roles, diversity within humanity, and divine intervention, and being open to guidance and insight from any of these.
Episode 70: The influence, impact , and significance of friendship and the words used to express this form of relationship.
Episode 71: Relationships between inner expectations, beliefs, and realities, and external experiences and empowerment which may follow.
Episode 72: Developing genuinely honest and empowering forms of disagreement, mutual respect, and relationship.
Episode 73: Creating positive and empowering societal definitions of relationships, regardless of the personal characteristics involved.
Episode 74: Personal, societal, and ideological safety in relationship to risks which are necessary to a full experience of life.
Episode 75: The importance and significance of maximizing each person's creative contributions within and to surrounding human society.
Episode 76: Decisions of self-definition arising from self-awareness and consequential implications of such decisions.
Episode 77: Diverse challenges and mixed blessings of structures and roles within families, which can ultimately be empowering.
Episode 78: Allowing every person, thing, and experience we encounter to be our teachers, while respecting who we are as students also.
Episode 79: Formative highlights of Sister Who's personal journey to in fact being or becoming Sister Who.
Episode 80: Passive and active definitions of "normal" and ways in which these impact personal and societal definition in general.
Episode 81: Relationships between behavior and consequences and an encouragement to recognize which of the two we value when and why.
Episode 82: Serving the loving and creative impulse within all living things rather than attempting to dominate or control the way life unfolds.