Stories That Made Us

Few things are constant across all humanity and throughout time. Stories are one of them. Some stories we forget, while some stay with us forever. Some are stories of culture, morals, and philosophies that guide us to happy and meaningful lives. 

These are stories of Gods and Demons, of Heroes and Legends, epic battles and wars; stories of fortitude and inner strength, of fighting against all odds and emerging victorious.

These stories inevitably become tales that determine our moral compass, justify norms and mores of our society, and provide a proud self-identity, and a socio-cultural belonging. These become the stories that give us meaning. 

This podcast is about such stories. Those that are deeply rooted within us, governing our morality and principles. So join us on a journey across cultures, tribes, civilizations, and religions, as we identify and discuss those stories that matter. The stories that made us.


11. The African San, Australian Indigenous Tribes, and Indonesian Ceram Island Tribes
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10. The Buddhists
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9. The Native American Arikara and Arapaho Tribes
Show Details38min 29s
8. The Celts of Europe
Show Details32min 30s
7. The Austronesian Bagobo, Batak,and Banks Islands Tribes, African Bulu and Asian Buryat Tribes
Show Details34min 47s
6. The Algonquian Native American Tribes: Wabanaki, Anishinaabe, BlackFoot and Blood
Show Details40min 5s
5. The Babylonians of Iraq
Show Details35min 13s
4. The Apache Native American Tribes
Show Details35min 55s
3. The Asian Altaic, Australian Arrernte and African Boshongo Tribes
Show Details36min 42s
2. The Aztecs of Mexico
Show Details35min
1. The Native American Achomawi, Atsugewi and Acoma Pueblo, and The Japanese Ainu
Show Details33min