Scott Cooper Tilton – The Deep Echo Of Simple Sounds
Kathrin shares some time with her friend, Scott Cooper Tilton, to talk about the literal landscapes he’s journeyed through: from Alna, Maine to Rockland, Maine, then to Bengaluru, India (also known as Bangalore), to Malawi, Africa, where he served the village of Kamwazeka, Malawi through his work with the Peace Corp. After a medical separation, Scott’s journey took him back to Rockland, Maine.
Scott’s explorations of life have introduced him to multifaceted aspects of life, faith, and culture. And with a generous grace, Scott shares insights about sound, friendship, space, faith, and the unexpected ways that hope sometimes appears along the road.
Bengaluru, India (formerly Bangalore): 10+ Surprising Facts about Bengaluru, India, last accessed on YouTube on September 28, 2020
Scott’s poem can be read here: Unimpeded.
Malawi: Malawi, a Member Country of the Commonwealth, a voluntary association of 54 independent and equal countries of Africa, Asia, Caribbean and Americas, Europe, and the Pacific. (site last accessed on September 28, 2020.)
Safe Water for Zuwayomo, shares information about the work being done in a Malawi village. (site last accessed September 28, 2020)
Bridges to Malawi, a non-profit organization with several missions in Malawi, includes some additional information about Malawi on their website. (site last accessed on September 28, 2020)
The Honey Industry in Malawi, written by Shelix C Munthali, and published in BeesforDevelopment (Journal 84) (site last accessed on September 28, 2020)
Buzz Off: Malawi Communities Scare Away Loggers with Beehives, written March 10, 2020 by Charles Pensulo. (site last accessed on September 28, 2020)
PeaceCorps in Malawi: https://www.peacecorps.gov/malawi/
HelpGuide, a nonprofit mental health and wellness website, provides evidence-based information for a broad spectrum of issues, concerns, and circumstances: https://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/dealing-with-uncertainty.htm
Interpersonal Communication and Resilience during COVID-19 Chaos, published March 26, 2020 by Maria Ventis, Associate Professor at Purdue (last accessed 09/23/2020) https://cla.purdue.edu/academic/communication/blog/interpersonal-communication-and-resilience-during-covid-19-chaos/
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