His Career Batting Average was .316

Hartley confesses to impersonating a priest and admits to losing touch with his soul while Kevin places a bet with Cardinals baseball fans and shares his plan for preparing his taxes. They both wish Hartley could remember how tall the catcher was.
We have a choice about whether we will cultivate the true self that we have been given or whether we will squander it through embracing false self tendencies and behaviors (the pursuit of other things we deem to be more valuable). Hartley talks about how to find our soul—our true self—that which makes us who we are uniquely and has been given its very existence by God himself. Kevin talks about options and things to consider when deciding your best plan for filing your Income Taxes. The two dialogue about soul care, blue law, taxes, celebrities, sports and the despair of uneducated middle-age white men. 

A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life by Parker J. Palmer (2004, published by Jose-Bass) is the book from which Hartley quotes:  "The soul is like a wild animal...."

Kevin references his two most-recent blog posts which can be read online here.

Welcome to Wrexham — the series Kevin says he has been watching — airs on the FX television network. This sports documentary series documents the events of Welsh association football club Wrexham A.F.C., as told by the club's owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds. You can watch a trailer here.

The MarketWatch coverage of the study Hartley and Kevin discuss near the end of this episode has been updated since this podcast was recorded. The article can be read online here.

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Podcast Hosts: Hartley Wright, Kevin Bartolacci.
Date of Episode Capture: January 18, 2023 
Announcer: Dr. K.J. Wright

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