This special To The Best of Our Knowledge collection contains 13 interviews:

Embracing Your Life: Tara Brach is a psychologist, Buddhist meditation teacher, and author of Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life with the Heart of a Buddha.

The Gift of Silence: Parker Palmer is a Quaker writer, educator, activist, and author of Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation.

Alone in a Cave: Tenzin Palmo was one of the first Western women ordained as a Tibetan Buddhist nun.

Divine Music: Jazz singer Kurt Elling talks about reaching for the divine through his music.

In Praise of the Wild: Pattiann Rogers tells Jim Fleming that naming things is the way to notice and appreciate them.

Evening Blessings: M.J. Ryan wants to revive the custom of saying grace before meals.

The Path of Gratitude: Gregg Krech talks about the Japanese tradition of Naikan-conscious thankfulness for everything that positively impacts your life.

The Town that Talks to the Dead: Christine Wicker talks about the small upstate NY town that has the world's largest community of Spiritualists.

Love Never Dies: Justine Picardie's book chronicles her efforts to contact her sister Ruth's spirit in the year after Ruth's death from breast cancer.

Life Without God: Novelist Jim Crace (Being Dead) says he's an atheist and wanted to find a way of talking about death that doesn't depend on God.

A Leap of Faith: Yann Martel (Life of Pi) says researching his book turned him into a churchgoer.

Redemption: Jimmy Santiago Baca was illiterate and in a maximum security prison when he fell in love with poetry.

Living a Good Life: Rabbi Harold Kushner says that people need to believe their lives are meaningful.