April 3, 2022

The Most Horrible Story

We are all going to die and we all know it. This can be both a burden and a blessing. "THE MOST HORRIBLE STORY" By John W. Jakes, Published in Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy magazine in January 1952 …

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March 20, 2022

The Still Small Voice

Welcome to A Walk Within and I am glad to be back for Season 2 with darker science fiction stories from the bygone era and their adaption in old time radio style. This Episode's story is "The Still Small Voice" …

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Dec. 13, 2021

Lessons Learned

Its time for A Walk Within to end. In this Season Finale, lets celebrate the show with few highlights and many guests sharing their favorite episodes and thoughts about the show. Guest includes: JD from Health Talks with JD P...

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Dec. 6, 2021


What are Peak Experience and what is greater than that? In this episode, we will conclude "The Sea-Maiden" story from the book "Celtic Folk and Fairy tales" selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs and explore "Transcendence" thr...

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Nov. 29, 2021

A Hero's Journey

What is the one thread connecting myths and stories around the world and your favorite blockbuster movies like Star Wars, Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, The Matrix and so on? and what we can learn from it in …

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Nov. 1, 2021


Do you ever feel like drifting through life and wondering, what is my purpose? Let’s explore a Science Fiction story "The Lonely Ones" by "Edward W. Ludwig" published in the July 1953 edition of “IF-World of Science Fiction” ...

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Oct. 18, 2021

Fear Is Good

While commonly known as a negative emotions, Fear can sprout goodness in humans too. How? Let's explore it through a Japanese story "The Goblin of Adachigahara" from "Japanese Fairy Tales complied by Yei Theodora Ozaki" and m...

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Oct. 4, 2021


We see, what we want to see. Why and how can we see things clearly? Lets explore through a short story "A Fable" from "A Mysterious Stranger and other stories" by Mark Twain and my personal memory from my workplace …

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Sept. 20, 2021

The Adamant Door

Continuation of the short story "The Adamant Door" by from "The Starlight Wonder Book" by Henry Beston covered in the previous episode - A Sense of Belonging . *Headphones Recommended immersive experience* Story on Project Gu...

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Sept. 6, 2021

Sense of Belonging

In this age of isolation, why do we miss our people? What does a Harvard study of adult life tell us? Lets explore a short story "The Adamant Door" by from "The Starlight Wonder Book" by Henry Beston and a …

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Aug. 23, 2021


Who would make you quit your job? What should win? Heart or Mind? Do we really have a sixth sense? Lets explore a short story " John Harper's Insights " by Dick Purcell , published in Oct 1956 issue of …

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Aug. 9, 2021

Once There Was A King

In this episode, let's explore a story, about a story, within a story to understand simplicity and Rational Ignorance. Revisit this Indian story originally written by Rabindranath Tagore and why should we use "Rational Ignora...

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July 26, 2021

The Idiot

Do you believe in Presentism or Eternalism or something else and what does it mean to be an Idiot? In this Armenian story from "The Golden Maiden and other folk tales and fairy stories told in Armenia" By A. G. …

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July 12, 2021

Assumption at Raj Mandir Cinema

One of the basic trait of any human interaction is Assumption. In continuation to exploration of Curse of Knowledge, I revisit my memory of a time when I was looking for Lay's potato chips in Raj Mandir Cinema. Social Links …

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June 28, 2021


We all struggle with communication. This is all due to a curse. A curse of knowledge. In this Episode, we will explore "Curse of Knowledge" through a short story "Communication" by Charles Fontenay , published in " IF, World...

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June 14, 2021

Part III - The Story of The Man Who Did Not Wish To Die

The Final part of the Mini-Series, A Japanese Fairy Tale by Yei Theodara Ozaki, explores the aftermath of Santaro achieving residence in the country of perpetual life as well as the 3 aspiring student's who moved into a new c...

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May 31, 2021

Part II - The Story of The Man Who Did Not Wish To Die

In the penultimate part of this Mini-Series, A Japanese Fairy Tale by Yei Theodara Ozaki, the story continues. Santaro's journey to the country of Perpetual Life as well as the my personal story of chasing a carrier (No its n...

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May 17, 2021

Part I - The Story of The Man Who Did Not Wish To Die

In the first part of this Mini-Series, This Japanese Fairy Tale by Yei Theodara Ozaki, bought to surface a memory of my past life which I did not revisit in its entirety for a very long time. Considering the length …

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May 9, 2021

Back from Hiatus

I am back from the unintended long pause and announcing the next batch of episodes to look forward too. Thank you to all the listeners for sticking around. Please follow us on social media. Head over to awalkwithinpodcast.com...

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March 14, 2021

Pilgrimage to Vaishno Devi

As promised in the episode "the Story-Teller at Fault", here is the complete memory. if you haven't already, make sure to check out Episode 2 for reference. Share your review here or on Apple Podcast "The Story-Teller at Faul...

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March 8, 2021

The Story-Teller at Fault

In this episode we will explore "The Story-Teller at Fault", one of the Celtic Folk and Fairy Tales from the book of the same name, selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs. This story invoked a strong memory and made me …

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Feb. 23, 2021

My Lord Bag of Rice

"My Lord Bag of Rice", one of the Japanese fairytale by Yei Theodora Ozaki, which I found to be really amazing at capturing imagination and it also made me think of Fear of Failures (also known as "atychiphobia") Links to …

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Feb. 17, 2021

Let's get going

Do you believe Aristotle's philosophy that "Art imitates life" or Oscar Wilde's opinion that "Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life". Regardless of your preference and believes, both philosophical positions underl...

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