NPR NATIONAL THIS I BELIEVE PROJECT

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NPR NATIONAL PROJECT:  THIS I BELIEVE This I Believe ®  is an exciting national project that invites you to write about the core beliefs that  guide your daily life. NPR will air these personal statements from listeners each Monday on  Morning Edition  and  All Things Considered . By inviting Americans from all walks of life to  participate, series producers Dan Gediman and Jay Allison hope to create a picture of the  American spirit in all its rich complexity.  This I Believe  is based on a 1950s radio program of the same name, hosted by acclaimed  journalist Edward R. Murrow. In creating  This I Believe , Murrow said the program sought "to  point to the common meeting grounds of beliefs, which is the essence of brotherhood and the  floor of our civilization." In spite of the fear of atomic warfare, increasing consumerism and loss of spiritual  values, the essayists on Murrow's series expressed tremendous hope. "We hear a 
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