The Truthful Society Podcast

Enticing chill conversations with multiple perspectives on the truth of morals, life, and world events.
Welcome to our podcast, available on Spotify, Anchor, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, and RadioPublic.
Currently hosted by Thaaer Alrajab, our weekly episodes provide a deeper insight into truth and honesty
in various perspectives, essentially perfect for listening to at any time and potentially benefiting from it.
these podcast episodes feature casual yet serious discussions on society, morals, world events, and
modern living. Be sure to follow us on the platforms above to be notified when the latest episode is released.
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other perspective on morals in society, world events, and everyday life.

#15 Thanksgiving Beyond the Food – Megan Banh Truthful Society

Megan Banh is a high school senior that is both a board member at the Red Cross club and a member of a club that specializes in teaching international students the English language. She also tends to enjoy having many debates with others about both deep topics and other parts of life. With this Thanksgiving episode, and considering this guest, there are a lot of things you do not want to miss in this episode. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thaaer-alrajab/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thaaer-alrajab/support
  1. #15 Thanksgiving Beyond the Food – Megan Banh
  2. #14 College Scholarship for Golf? – Nathan Tseng
  3. #13 Future Plans and Financial Wellbeing (Unlike the Guy in Squid Game) – Navan Faruk
  4. #12 The Meaning of Truth Controls Your Life? – Kyle Lin
  5. #11 Considering Internships and Life Experience – Julian Ayusa and Glory Vo

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