Episode 213: Don’t Count Another Man’s Money

In which Sarah, RJ, and Dave talk spite, ubiquitous burnout, chaplaincy booms, and our conflicted relationship with newness. Also, Dave marvels at how refreshed the cicadas are looking.

The Mockingcast / 5.24.21

In which Sarah, RJ, and Dave talk spite, ubiquitous burnout, chaplaincy booms, and our conflicted relationship with newness. Also, Dave marvels at how refreshed the cicadas are looking.
Click here (https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2021/05/why-are-we-so-spiteful/618865/) to read Charlie Tyson’s review in The Atlantic on Why Are We So Spiteful?
Click here (https://vimeo.com/553832309) to watch Todd Brewer’s talk on Anger (“If Jesus Had a Twitter Account”) from our Tyler Conference.
Click here (https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/05/24/burnout-modern-affliction-or-human-condition) to read Jill Lepore’s essay on Burnout in The New Yorker
Click here (https://www.thecut.com/2021/05/quitting-your-job-as-self-care.html) to read Katie Heaney’s piece on The Clock-Out Cure in The Cut
Click here (https://www.vice.com/amp/en/article/epnd8e/why-chaplains-are-in-high-demand-in-an-increasingly-secular-america) to read Vice’s article on Why Chaplains Are in High Demand in an Increasingly Secular America
Click here (https://mbird.com/2021/05/facing-the-strange/) to read Sam Bush’s post on Facing the Strange
Click here (https://mbird.com/2021/05/god-loves-a-cliche-i-hope/) to read Dave’s post on Becoming a Cliché
*Recommendations:
*Click here (https://amzn.to/3yA8Z0o) to order Spencer Reece’s All the Beauty Still Left
Click here (https://open.spotify.com/album/1sp2pqP1wjFDoWhzUZikhg?si=bSLwQv1fQvSQjSq_4qU6Bw) to listen to Natalie Bergman’s new album Mercy
Click here (https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/18/arts/music/sinead-oconnor-rememberings.html?utm_source=pocket-newtab) to read the profile of Sinead O’Connor in the NY Times