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Episode 412:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the blessings and limitations of technology.  Episode 413:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the persistence of “sometimes” within intellectual coversations and conclusions.  Episode 414:  Sister Who and Vendella Sawyer discuss boundaries, expectations, and familial definitions.  Episode 415:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the notion of doing whatever good one can, in support of ongoing local or global community.  Episode 416:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the notion that genuinely honorable people don’t need government. Episode 417:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on various problems and characteristics of the business or corporate model of societal interaction. Episode 418:   Sister Who and Vendella Sawyer discuss non-linguistic languages.  Episode 419:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on integrating science and spirituality, introversion and extroversion, and individuality and community. Episode 420: Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on truth and its diverse relationships to words and perspectives.  Episode 421:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on humanity’s complex relationship with time and the unfolding of good and bad events within life.    Episode 422:  Sister Who and Vendella Sawyer discuss creative approaches to communal challenges.  Episode 423:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the experience of death and dying. Episode 424:  Sister Who and Sally Vanderford discuss issues and ideas related to the phenomenon of suicide.  Episode 425:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to intelligence and self-worth. Episode 426:  Sister Who and Sally Vanderford discuss issues and ideas related to schizophrenia. Episode 427:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to utilizing conversational diversity in genuinely empowering ways, even when dealing with such controversial subjects as organ donation.  Episode 428:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to differing expressions of violence and government. Episode 429:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to the implications, consequences, and effects of reversed societal relationships.  Episode 430:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to the complex phenomenon of gambling.  Episode 431:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to being positive and proactive regardless of what sort of attitude is apparent.  Episode 432:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to practicing mutual respect within public discussion of controversial subjects. 
"Sister Who Presents," Holiday Specials, and Others: The Sixteenth Season of Production Episode 407:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the phenomenon of poverty. Episode 408:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the possibilities and pitfalls of good intentions, especially in relation to communal relationships. Episode 409:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the challenges and complexities of changing one’s perspective.  Episode 410:  Sister Who and Vendella Sawyer discuss invisible disabilities. Episode 411:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on psychology, Carl Jung’s unique ideas within that field, and transcendent spirituality.