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Born in the south of Mexico, she was raised in rebel Zapatista autonomous municipalities to later settle down in San Cristobal de las Casas where she cofounded ''La Casa de las Flores'', a non-profit dedicated to educate, feed and care for the marginalized children living on extreme poverty in the streets of her city. After graduating from Nursing school she enrolled in Biotechnology and Astrophysics.
“When do you repair and when do you replace?” “How young is too young to put kids on psychoactive drugs?” “How much would you be willing to pay to live one additional year?”
A Thousand Things to Talk About is a pocket-sized podcast all about questions created by digital media professional Andrea Parrish, who brings us one new question every weekday and shares with us the bullet points of the research she’s done behind it, so by the end of each five minute episode, we can all come up with unique answers of our own.
Andrea's approach to questions is one of the most beautiful I've ever encountered “Every question; no matter how awkwardly constructed, how completely inappropriate or how totally passive-aggressive, is still an invitation to conversation.”
Her quote describes the podcast better than any review could possibly do. I invite you to listen to A Thousand Things to Talk About and question yourself, question your surroundings, your thoughts and your environment. It may become the most fruitful and prolific mental exercise you've ever made.