The overwhelming rhetoric of our modern times can be deafening in its delivery. Hatred, condemnation, distraction, and vital are all by-producst of such fractious times. Yet, we still run to our screens for comfort, entertainment, and solace. But what do they provide? How can we hear when we are bombarded by stimuli? What purpose does this constant stream of chatter provide? Listen as host and astrologer, Chris Flisher speaks with author Mitra Rahbah about her new book of secular prayers and thoughts on silence. We don’t don’t know what we’re hearing until we turn it off.