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lightupwithshua podcast by Shua


Podcast in English & Urdu

https://lightupwithshua.com/ 

My name is Shua and I am the founder and host of lightupwithShua, a weekly podcast on Conscious Living and Parenting, published every Wednesday.

This is a bilingual podcast. So far I have published about 90 plus episodes. Season 1 was my a time of learning and making connections. I had some amazing guests who were supportive and graciously took time out to come to the studios in Groton, MA or be on Skype or available in Person. That is still happening. I feel very lucky and blessed to have amazing good guests on my shows.

Season 2 started with interviews with younger people in Urdu as well. Did some travel shows while in Pakistan, more coming on that.

Season 3 is starting soon and the first topic is Environment and Climate Change. Hope you will watch or listen to it.

Because LightupwithShua podcast is for people like you and me, who are full of life, always learning, striving to get better and move on to mastery.

My podcast may help people, individuals, parents and anyone who is willing to evolve and grow by listening to rich conversations from people of diverse backgrounds and experiences.

You and I can together learn to solve and transform our problems to solutions. How? Well by listening to the stories of amazing individuals from all age groups, all kinds of professions, cultures, and ethnicities. In addition to listening and doing call to action on the lightupwithShua website and on the shows, you will have the opportunity to attend live shows on Facebook, join the free Facebook group and attend workshops, retreats and programs that are coming up this year. So, stay tuned by visiting the website, instagram, and facebook pages.

A little story:

When I was a little young person, I would have liked to listen or watch similar programs where I could hear diverse viewpoints from multicultural backgrounds and learn from them people.

I believe this podcast is also helpful for people who are not able to travel far away for whatever reason and get this valuable information in their hands so conveniently through smart devices and other smart technology today. 

I believe that someone, somewhere will benefit from these fascinating conversations doesn't matter who they are. This is to serve you! And I think at the end of the day, that is what matters, what do you think?

In addition to you learning and benefiting from our conversations on LUWS - lightupwithshua, my esteemed interviewees have expressed that my thoughtful questions provides them the opportunity to think about things they never thought before or didn’t articulate it the way they do during our interviews. 

Some of my guests have expressed that their time with me during these interviews will help them to further ponder and transcend through similar issues discussed. So, my hope is that you will also think about the questions and our conversations in ways that will benefit you.   

Those who are regular listeners of this podcast might have gathered that I am enjoying the process of meeting people and learning from them. For me, interviewing people is like reading an infinite book, a book with never ending chapters with captivating stories.

This LUWS podcast is for people who are open to the possibilities and ready to learn. Beautiful souls looking to find any opportunity to broaden their horizon, challenge their limits and share their knowledge and experiences. Thank you for listening and watching. And if you like this podcast or any episode, please feel free to send me your comments and feedback!

A little more reminder dear listeners, you will find guests from Native American tribes, African Americans, Pakistani Americans, Jewish Americans, Indian Americans, Swedish, Pakistani, and so many more.

I am a Muslim, Pakistani-American, born in Saudi Arabia, brown immigrant who hosts and interviews Indians/Hindus, Christian-Evangelists, Rabbis, students, people of all genders, housewives, professionals, entrepreneurs, you name it!

This I think is called inclusivity and diversity. Hope you can appreciate and learn with me on this journey! In one podcast, you can find guests who are multinational, multi-faith, multicultural, non-faith, and all, talking about one topic! They are all lighting up our world with great insight and a message of hope!

And lastly, please subscribe, share, rate and review. This will be a tremendous gift to me from you.

Thank you!

Shua - شعا ع 
http://bit.ly/2nc9tZM - Youtube channel
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https://goo.gl/rf3HQ9 - The Groton Channel

Mar 17, 2021

Sharing testimonials of four people that I interviewed before Covid19 Pandemic. Hope you will enjoy watching and listening to them.

For complete episodes, you can visit the links next to each guest's bio.

Tallessyn Zawn Grenfell-Lee recently earned her Ph.D. in Social and Ecological Ethics from Boston University School of Theology.

Her dissertation, "Creation, Food, and Ecological Ethics: The Garden as Mediation," examined the potential of congregations to heal the Earth and build communities grounded in ecological peace and justice.

She has written, "When churches cultivate vegetable gardens, their communities are strengthened through a greater commitment to eco-justice.... Cultivating a sacred relationship with the 'The Garden of God' can overcome our alienation from nature and from one another."

Complete Episode: https://youtu.be/LloQJOTgcm0

Dr. Shehzad Saleem recently (2014) completed a fifteen year research work on the History of the Qur’an, a part of which constituted his doctoral thesis (the thesis portion is available at: http://www.al-mawrid.org/index.php/bo...). The work addresses some nagging questions related to the revelation, collection and transmission of the Qur’an. These questions include narratives found in our legacy on the alleged incompleteness of the Qur’an, scribal errors found in it, its variant readings, chronology of its compilation, order of the surahs, and manuscript studies.

Complete episode: https://youtu.be/s-c-pL8h088

What is Generation Z? Gen Z: Gen Z is the newest generation to be named and were born between 1995 and 2015. They are currently between 4-24 years old (nearly 74 million in U.S.) Syed Saad Mohsin Saint John’s high Shrewsbury Junior in High School I am very interested in biology and science. For hobbies I love to hangout with friends and collect hats from different places. I’ve interned at various hospitals with my brother and did a summer camp in Boston. I have traveled often with my family across Europe. My future plan is to become neuropharmacologist, and start my own drug companies.

Complete Episode: https://youtu.be/wDOUtBttK-0

Syed Fahad Mohsin I had the amazing opportunity to talk to a young man, 16 years old Junior in High School This is a short promo, complete fun interview is coming this Wednesday so don't forget to tune in and watch Fahad's amazing journey and some lessons for us to learn! His thoughtful replies and comfort within himself is inspiring.

Complete Epsiode: https://youtu.be/hqO33T47Els

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Thank you.

Shua - شعا ع

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