The Tarot of Sister Who

"Sister Who Presents," Holiday Specials, and Others:  The Twelfth Season of Production


Episode 299:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the freedom to disagree, to choose, and to be different.


Episode 300:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on experiences, discoveries, and memories leading resulting (thus far) in 300 episodes.

                                                                                                                                                                

Episode 301:  Sister Who and David Slater discuss reading bodies and spirits.


Episode 302:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on responding to adversity with persistent questions.


Episode 303:  Sister Who and David Slater discuss the invitations, opportunities, and empowerments of uncertainty.


Episode 304:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on interaction with extra-terrestrial life.


Episode 305:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on desiring peace or annihilation; symbiotic relationship or killing all unacceptable persons.


Episode 306:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss invention, innovation, and ingenuity.


Episode 307:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on envisioning the impossible; why transporters, time travel, etc. might remain impossible.


Episode 308:   Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on creating safety for GLBT youth within families.


Episode 309:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss skepticism as a path to experiential faith.


Episode 310:   Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on creating safety for GLBT youth (and everyone else) within society.


Episode 311:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to what the spectrum typically includes.


Episode 312:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss the idea that adversity is optional.


Episode 313:   Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on creating safety for GLBT youth within educational institutions.


Episode 314:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to dealing with bureaucracy.


Episode 315:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss the two sides of wanting.


Episode 316:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on coming to terms with societal ignorance and apathy—especially within religious institutions.


Episode 317:  Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to pros and cons of official diagnosis.


Episode 318:  Sister Who and David Slater discuss competition, risk, and accomplishment.


Episode 319:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on dedication and integrity.


Episode 320:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to pros and cons of disclosure.


Episode 321:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss order and anarchy.


Episode 322:   Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the pathology of apathy.


Episode 323:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to speculations and responses (cause theories, service animals, drugs, support groups, etc.)


Episode 324:    Sister Who and David Slater discuss choice and destiny.


Episode 325:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to determination of the Divine's definition of desirable human activity or response.