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The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 08.08.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 58:14


HEALTH NEWS   Cocoa flavanols may be able to reduce blood pressure Cool room temperature inhibited cancer growth in mice Smells experienced in nature evoke positive wellbeing Healthy lifestyle may buffer against stress-related cell aging, study says Zinc plus antioxidants: A cost-effective solution to macular degeneration? Passive exercise offers same brain health benefits as active movements, study finds Cocoa flavanols may be able to reduce blood pressure University of Surrey (UK), July 23, 2022 A recent study found that cocoa flavanols can effectively lower blood pressure in people with ideal blood pressure, but not when it was already low, as well as reduce arterial stiffness.  Researchers of the current study note that previous controlled clinical intervention studies have demonstrated the blood pressure-decreasing and arterial stiffness-reducing effects of cocoa flavanols (CF) in healthy humans. However, as these studies were in tightly controlled settings, the researchers wanted to see how well this intervention played out in real-life scenarios. The researchers used an n-of-1 study design, where a small number of participants were exposed to the same intervention or the placebo multiple times. They then compared the results for each individual as well as between individuals.  The study included eleven healthy adults who received alternating doses of cocoa flavanol capsules and placebo capsules for eight days.  The results showed that cocoa flavanols were effective in lowering blood pressure and reducing arterial stiffness.  One concern about using cocoa flavanols to lower blood pressure is the risk of the blood pressure dropping too low. However, in this study, researchers found that the cocoa had less impact when blood pressure was lower, indicating it was a potentially safe intervention.  Prof. Christian Heiss, study author and professor of cardiovascular medicine, explained to MNT:  “The study confirms that cocoa flavanols can lower blood pressure and improve arterial stiffness. The new thing is that it does so in the normal life of healthy people and only lowers it if it is ‘high' even in the ‘normal range.” Cool room temperature inhibited cancer growth in mice Karolinska Institutet, August 5, 2022 Turning down the thermostat seems to make it harder for cancer cells to grow, according to a study in mice by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden. The study, published in the journal Nature, found that chilly temperatures activate heat-producing brown fat that consumes the sugars the tumors need to thrive. Similar metabolic mechanisms were found in a cancer patient exposed to a lowered room temperature. "We found that cold-activated brown adipose tissue competes against tumors for glucose and can help inhibit tumor growth in mice," says Professor Yihai Cao at the Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology, Karolinska Institutet, and corresponding author. "Our findings suggest that cold exposure could be a promising novel approach to cancer therapy, although this needs to be validated in larger clinical studies." The study compared tumor growth and survival rates in mice with various types of cancer, including colorectal, breast and pancreatic cancers, when exposed to cold versus warm living conditions. Mice acclimatized to temperatures of 4 degrees Celsius had significantly slower tumor growth and lived nearly twice as long compared with mice in rooms of 30 degrees Celsius. They found that cold temperatures triggered significant glucose uptake in brown adipose tissue, also known as brown fat, a type of fat that is responsible for keep the body warm during cold conditions. At the same time, the glucose signals were barely detectable in the tumor cells. When the researchers removed either the brown fat or a protein crucial for its metabolism called UCP1, the beneficial effect of the cold exposure was essentially wiped out and the tumors grew at a pace on par with those that were exposed to higher temperatures. Similarly, feeding tumor-bearing mice with a high sugar drink also obliterated the effect of cold temperatures and restored tumor growth. "Interestingly, high sugar drinks seem to cancel out the effect of cold temperatureson cancer cells, suggesting that limiting glucose supply is probably one of the most important methods for tumor suppression," Yihai Cao says.   Smells experienced in nature evoke positive wellbeing University of Kent (UK), August 5, 2022 Smells experienced in nature can make us feel relaxed, joyful, and healthy, according to new research led by the University of Kent's Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE). Smells were found to play an important role in delivering well-being benefits from interacting with nature, often with a strong link to people's personal memories, and specific ecological characteristics and processes (e.g. fallen leaves rotting in the winter). Researchers found that smells affected multiple types of human well-being, with physical well-being noted most frequently, particularly in relation to relaxation, comfort and rejuvenation. Absence of smell was also perceived to improve physical well-being, providing a cleansing environment due to the removal of pollution and unwanted smells associated with urban areas, and therefore enabling relaxation. Relaxation reduces stress and lowers cortisol levels, which is often linked to a multitude of diseases, and so these findings could be particularly significant to public health professionals. The research, carried out in woodland settings across four seasons, also found that smells evoked memories related to childhood activities. Many participants created meaningful connections with particular smells, rather than the woodland itself, and associated this with a memorable event. This, in turn, appeared to influence well-being by provoking emotional reactions to the memory.   Healthy lifestyle may buffer against stress-related cell aging, study says University of California at San Francisco  July 29, 2022   A new study from UC San Francisco is the first to show that while the impact of life's stressors accumulate overtime and accelerate cellular aging, these negative effects may be reduced by maintaining a healthy diet, exercising and sleeping well.    "The study participants who exercised, slept well and ate well had less telomere shortening than the ones who didn't maintain healthy lifestyles, even when they had similar levels of stress," said lead author Eli Puterman, PhD, assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at UCSF. "It's very important that we promote healthy living, especially under circumstances of typical experiences of life stressors like death, caregiving and job loss."   In the study, researchers examined three healthy behaviors –physical activity, dietary intake and sleep quality – over the course of one year in 239 post-menopausal, non-smoking women. In women who engaged in lower levels of healthy behaviors, there was a significantly greater decline in telomere length in their immune cells for every major life stressor that occurred during the year. Yet women who maintained active lifestyles, healthy diets, and good quality sleep appeared protected when exposed to stress – accumulated life stressors did not appear to lead to greater shortening.    "This is the first study that supports the idea, at least observationally, that stressful events can accelerate immune cell aging in adults, even in the short period of one year. Exciting, though, is that these results further suggest that keeping active, and eating and sleeping well during periods of high stress are particularly important to attenuate the accelerated aging of our immune cells," said Puterman.  Zinc plus antioxidants: A cost-effective solution to macular degeneration? University of Washington and University College London, July 30, 2022 A formula supplement containing anti-oxidants plus zinc appears to be cost-effective in slowing the progression of the ‘wet' form of the most common degenerative eye disease, finds a new study in British Journal of Ophthalmology. The cost savings and effectiveness of the supplement in advanced (category 4) cases of neovascular (wet-form) Age Related Macular Degeneration (nAMD) are such that their use should be considered in public health policy, recommend the multi-centre study team on behalf of the UK Electronic Medical Record (EMR) AMD Research Team.  Category 4 individuals who already had nAMD in one eye, showed a cost saving of nearly €3250 (£3000) per patient over the lifetime of treatment, compared to those not given supplements. The Age Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) formula supplements also increased quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) by 0.16. “AREDS supplements are a dominant cost-effective intervention for category 4 AREDS patients, as they are both less expensive than standard care and more effective, and therefore should be considered for public funding,” wrote lead researcher Dr. Adnan Tufail. The study examined the use of AREDS formulation 1 and formulation 2 supplements.  AREDS 1 contained 80milligrams (mg) zinc, 2 mg copper, 500 mg vitamin C, 15 mg beta-carotene, 400 IU vitamin E. AREDS 2 reduced the amount of zinc to 25 mg, excluded beta-carotene (due to potential higher cancer risk in smokers), and added 10 mg lutein, 2 mg zeaxanthin, 1000 mg omega-3 fatty acids (650 mg docosahexaenoic acid and 350 mg eicosapentaenoic acid). These findings are consistent with previous research demonstrating the effectiveness of AREDS supplementss. Consequently, the researchers advocate the use of supplements to reduce the necessity for ranibizumab injections, which is the standard NHS treatment for AMD.   Passive exercise offers same brain health benefits as active movements, study finds University of Western Ontario, August 4, 2022 A new study by kinesiology graduate students from Western has found passive exercise leads to increased cerebral blood flow and improved executive function, providing the same cognitive benefits as active exercise. Published in Psychophysiology, the study is the first to look at whether there would be benefits to brain health during passive exercise where a person's limbs are moved via an external force—in this case, cycle pedals pushed by a mechanically driven flywheel.  During a 20-minute session with healthy young adults, the team found an improvement in executive function of the same magnitude for both the passive and the active exercise conditions, without an increase in heart rate or diastolic blood pressure.  Executive function is a higher-order cognitive ability that allows people to make plans and supports the activities of daily living. People who have mild cognitive impairments, such as people experiencing symptoms of early-stage Alzheimer's, can find their executive function negatively affected.  Previous research has documented that active exercise, where a person activates their muscles of their own volition, can increase blood flow to the brain and improve executive function. Passive exercise also increases blood flow to the brain, but this is significantly less documented.   During passive exercise, a person's limbs move and their muscle receptors are being stretched. That information is sent to the brain, indicating that more blood is needed in the moving areas of the body and in connected regions of the brain. This increase in cerebral blood flow, while significantly less than with active exercise, produced executive function improvements of a similar magnitude—an exciting result for the researchers.  "The potential impact for people with limited or no mobility could be profound. If done regularly, the increase in blood flow to the brain and resultant improvement in executive function will, optimistically, become a compounding effect that has a significant impact on cognitive health and executive function," Heath explained. 

Grace Street Church Service
The Absence of PEACE in me - 8-7-22 Pastor Joe Myers

Grace Street Church Service

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 47:20


Let's explore what it means to have PEACE

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
”Esther - For Such a Time as This” by David Chang - Part 10

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 31:46


August 7, 2022 - Sunday AM Bible Class   Today, David continues his study of the book of Esther.   Esther - For Such a Time as This Esther: A Book without God? Esther is one of two books of the Bible in which the Tetragrammaton (YHWH) does not appear at all Even During the development of the Hebrew canon, Esther was contested as an apocryphal work because of this reason There are also skeptics of the book among modern scholars, mainly because of the aforementioned absence of the Tetragrammaton, the lack of extra-biblical record of the events of Esther, and the book's strong nationalistic theme Some of these theorize that someone much later wrote the book to give more authority to the origin of Purim It is true that there are difficulties in reconciling the events of the book of Esther with the extra-biblical records and/or archeological finds It is also true that the name of God is absent in the entirety of the book, and the focus of the Jewish identity is more ethnic and cultural rather than religious.  But are these current realities justify the dismissal of Esther as a canonic book of the Old Testament? What possible lessons can we learn from such a doubted book - one that doesn't even mention God? Humility Esther: A Lesson of Humility In our perspective of the present time, it is easy for us to criticize ancient texts and question their place in the biblical canon Through critical thinking about the canon itself is not wrong, it must be done with utmost care and humility. Here is why the book of Esther - before even reading the text itself - gives us a lesson on humility: The Bible is a book of faith first and foremost The Bible has a lot of manuscripts, archeological discoveries, and other evidence that "validate" it. While those evidence can be instrumental in strengthening our faith, it cannot replace it.  There is danger in depending too much on archeological findings and extra-biblical material: Archeology as a field is not static There will always be different interpretations of archeological discoveries So, even with "better" or "more" evidence, there will always be a debate. Our Perspective depends on what we've found In other words, we are working with theories based on what we have found so far. Because these are educated guesses, they will change if new information gets discovered. When you look at a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces, do you dismiss the existence of the whole picture or the missing piece because you can't see it in front of you? Frankly, we just don't know a lot Compared to what God can see and what human history has actually been throughout the millennia, our knowledge of the ancient world is very limited While it is difficult, books like Esther challenge us even before we open the text: God's will demand humility on our part. Think about it; if either "side" had definitive and undeniable evidence, do you think there would be a debate? It is because both "sides" are working with limited information. Opinion: Instead of putting up walls with the little information that we have, our time is better spent trusting God and learning what books like Esther has to teach us. Its harmony with the rest of the Bible is far more important. If its principles and messages are sound, then it is better to learn from it than doubt it. Sometimes, this takes a lot of intellectual humility to do. Acknowledging that we do not have all the pieces also takes strength. The arguments about Esther are not very strong either: Absence of God Though God is not mentioned explicitly, the author indirectly hints at God and his presence with the practices and culture of the Jews (Esth. 3: 8, 4:3) Purim "Chicken or the Egg" If it were the case that someone made up the story of Esther to authorize the feast of Purim, then why didn't he make more mention of God? Why risk it with the ambiguity? Esther is not a Godless Book What to Expect from this class Overview of the narrative of Esther Further discussion about some of the challenges to Esther Exploration of structure, themes and the choices of the author that play into the message of the book Comparison of Esther and Mordecai's circumstances to modern Christianity ... and more. Homework Please read Esther all the way through as many times as you can!       Duration 31:46

Beacon Broadcast
The Absence of Love

Beacon Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:00


Neville Goddard Daily
Absence - Neville Goddard Daily

Neville Goddard Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 17:20


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Agile Coaches' Corner
Fostering Trust By Honoring the Scrum Values with Jim Beale and Gerardo de la Fuente

Agile Coaches' Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 30:12


This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Jim Beale and Gerardo de la Fuente to follow up on a conversation started in a previous episode where the constitution of a high-performing team was addressed and its direct relation with following the Scrum Values.   In this episode, Jim, Gerardo, and Dan explore the importance of trust, and how it can only be encouraged by the presence and exercise of the Scrum Values in a Team.   Key Takeaways What does the Scrum Guide say about trust? Trust is just an outcome of living the Scrum Values that are reflected on the Team. When someone starts working with a Team, it starts as a stranger, and what helps build that trust is not only sharing the Scrum Values but also being an example by practicing them. How can a Scrum Master help to build trust in a Team? Have one-to-one sessions with each Team member, holding an open conversation about themselves and how they feel about the work. Building trust requires time and consistency. A Scrum Master must be honest in admitting when he had failed to follow the Scrum Values. How to overcome the first dysfunction of a Team? Absence of trust is the first dysfunction to address, none of the other four (inattention to results, avoidance of accountability, lack of commitment, fear of conflict) can be managed until trust is recovered. Examples of the absence of trust: A Team member avoids sharing an issue as a consequence of fearing being judged. When there isn't trust, a lot of personal conflict arises in Team meetings. Backchannel conversations appear often as a result of a lack of trust. People take feedback in a personal way. Other tactics to encourage trust-building in a Team: Motivate people to be open and to make questions. A Scrum Master needs to be willing to share that he does not know everything. Avoid asking people why did they do something, which tends to create defensiveness, and instead be curious about what they found interesting in the decision they made. Ice breakers help build trust. Share the prime directive in the retrospectives. Assume everyone is doing their best possible in the situation at hand, this is a way to avoid being judgmental. What is celebrated is repeated, so taking the time to highlight when Scrum Values are practiced is a good way of promoting them even more. Opening the cameras when meeting virtually.   Mentioned in this Episode: Listen to “What Does a High-Performing Scrum Team Look Like?” with Erica Menendez and Justin Thatil Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition, by Lisa Adkins Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems, by Ryan Ripley  Scrum Mastery: Agile Leadership to Take Your Team's Performance From Good to Great, by Jeff Cohn   Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!

Hacking Your Leadership
Thoughtful Thursdays: Yep, sometimes employees call out sick.

Hacking Your Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 5:52


Turnover is on the rise in the retail and service industries. And that means people are more likely to find reasons to not come to work too. On this week's Thoughtful Thursday, Chris discusses how leaders should--and shouldn't--be responding in these situations.Text us your leadership questions! +1 (213) 444-5381YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/HackingYourLeadershipPodcast/featuredPatreon Account: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=22174142#Leadership #HackingYourLeadership #StarkEngagementConsulting #LifeOfLozolozo@lifeoflozo.comchris@starkengagement.comhttps://link.chtbl.com/workcheck?sid=podcast.hackingyourleadership

No Rain... No Rainbows
010: Business Exit Plan: How to Build a Scalable Business That Works in Your Absence with Patrick Rogers

No Rain... No Rainbows

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 29:38


“In order to scale effectively, we have to be completely removed from the day-to-day operations in the business.” -Patrick Rogers   A scalable business is a company that is profitable but also has the potential to become even more profitable, without the owner being directly involved in its day-to-day processes.  Creating a business model like this can be tough. But there are ways to can create a scalable business that can be successfully exited—and it doesn't have to come at the expense of our integrity.  Exit Planning Advisor and serial entrepreneur Patrick Rogers joins me this week for a powerful conversation on business building. Patrick has mentored CEO's and business leaders to achieve their goals and transform their organizations into successful entities positioned for a profitable exit.  In this episode, Patrick and I discuss the signs that a company has high growth potential, how to balance our life triangle (relationships, career, and self), the drivers that affect the value of a company, three processes that affect the scalability of a business, and critical attributes that every business owner should possess. Our goal as an entrepreneur should be to make our business as successful as possible— and that's exactly the core of our discussion. Join in!   Connect The Modern Man: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube   Highlights:  03:14 Signs of a Growth Potential 07:53 Stop Running Away  10:14 What is a Scalable Business? 15:38 Why Entrepreneurs Sell Their Business 21:57 Risks that Prevent the Sale of a Business 25:15 How to Make Your Company as Successful as Possible 27:25 Recap 

Iconic Tales
Part I : Absence of Light

Iconic Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 14:45


Nicole Hadden has been stuck in a deep depression for 2 years after a tragic loss she has faced. She has turned her back on her city. The city that she had protected for most of her life. Yes, protected. You se Nicole has been given a gift. A gift of unimaginable power that comes from the stars. A power she has decided not to use for good anymore. But something dark lurks in the shadows and her dreams. Can she fight her personal demons and rise up once more? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Waddle & Silvy
8/2 2 PM: Waddle's absence explained

Waddle & Silvy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 45:18 Very Popular


Waddle explains his absence from yesterday's show. Bears issues with Teven Jenkins and the Cubs move closer David Robertson.

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta
Bickley&Marotta react to Kyler's Covid absence

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 38:18


Hour 1 has Cardinals Camp talk and the latest on Jae Crowder/Suns rumors.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Les Grandes Gueules du Sport
La Une des GG : Une absence de Pogba à la Coupe du monde serait-elle catastrophique pour l'Equipe de France ? - 31/07

Les Grandes Gueules du Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 17:29


Le week end, les Grandes Gueules du sport renouvellent le débat d'opinion 100% sport, sur RMC.

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
” Esther - For Such a Time as This” by David Chang - Part 9

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 33:50


July 31, 2022 - Sunday AM Bible Class   Today, David continues his study of the book of Esther.   Esther - For Such a Time as This Esther: A Book without God? Esther is one of two books of the Bible in which the Tetragrammaton (YHWH) does not appear at all Even During the development of the Hebrew canon, Esther was contested as an apocryphal work because of this reason There are also skeptics of the book among modern scholars, mainly because of the aforementioned absence of the Tetragrammaton, the lack of extra-biblical record of the events of Esther, and the book's strong nationalistic theme Some of these theorize that someone much later wrote the book to give more authority to the origin of Purim It is true that there are difficulties in reconciling the events of the book of Esther with the extra-biblical records and/or archeological finds It is also true that the name of God is absent in the entirety of the book, and the focus of the Jewish identity is more ethnic and cultural rather than religious.  But are these current realities justify the dismissal of Esther as a canonic book of the Old Testament? What possible lessons can we learn from such a doubted book - one that doesn't even mention God? Humility Esther: A Lesson of Humility In our perspective of the present time, it is easy for us to criticize ancient texts and question their place in the biblical canon Through critical thinking about the canon itself is not wrong, it must be done with utmost care and humility. Here is why the book of Esther - before even reading the text itself - gives us a lesson on humility: The Bible is a book of faith first and foremost The Bible has a lot of manuscripts, archeological discoveries, and other evidence that "validate" it. While those evidence can be instrumental in strengthening our faith, it cannot replace it.  There is danger in depending too much on archeological findings and extra-biblical material: Archeology as a field is not static There will always be different interpretations of archeological discoveries So, even with "better" or "more" evidence, there will always be a debate. Our Perspective depends on what we've found In other words, we are working with theories based on what we have found so far. Because these are educated guesses, they will change if new information gets discovered. When you look at a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces, do you dismiss the existence of the whole picture or the missing piece because you can't see it in front of you? Frankly, we just don't know a lot Compared to what God can see and what human history has actually been throughout the millennia, our knowledge of the ancient world is very limited While it is difficult, books like Esther challenge us even before we open the text: God's will demand humility on our part. Think about it; if either "side" had definitive and undeniable evidence, do you think there would be a debate? It is because both "sides" are working with limited information. Opinion: Instead of putting up walls with the little information that we have, our time is better spent trusting God and learning what books like Esther has to teach us. Its harmony with the rest of the Bible is far more important. If its principles and messages are sound, then it is better to learn from it than doubt it. Sometimes, this takes a lot of intellectual humility to do. Acknowledging that we do not have all the pieces also takes strength. The arguments about Esther are not very strong either: Absence of God Though God is not mentioned explicitly, the author indirectly hints at God and his presence with the practices and culture of the Jews (Esth. 3: 8, 4:3) Purim "Chicken or the Egg" If it were the case that someone made up the story of Esther to authorize the feast of Purim, then why didn't he make more mention of God? Why risk it with the ambiguity? Esther is not a Godless Book What to Expect from this class Overview of the narrative of Esther Further discussion about some of the challenges to Esther Exploration of structure, themes and the choices of the author that play into the message of the book Comparison of Esther and Mordecai's circumstances to modern Christianity ... and more. Homework Please read Esther all the way through as many times as you can!       Duration 33:50  

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
”Esther - For Such a Time as This” by David Chang - Part 8

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 26:22


July 24, 2022 - Sunday AM Bible Class   Today, David continues his study of the book of Esther.   Esther - For Such a Time as This Esther: A Book without God? Esther is one of two books of the Bible in which the Tetragrammaton (YHWH) does not appear at all Even During the development of the Hebrew canon, Esther was contested as an apocryphal work because of this reason There are also skeptics of the book among modern scholars, mainly because of the aforementioned absence of the Tetragrammaton, the lack of extra-biblical record of the events of Esther, and the book's strong nationalistic theme Some of these theorize that someone much later wrote the book to give more authority to the origin of Purim It is true that there are difficulties in reconciling the events of the book of Esther with the extra-biblical records and/or archeological finds It is also true that the name of God is absent in the entirety of the book, and the focus of the Jewish identity is more ethnic and cultural rather than religious.  But are these current realities justify the dismissal of Esther as a canonic book of the Old Testament? What possible lessons can we learn from such a doubted book - one that doesn't even mention God? Humility Esther: A Lesson of Humility In our perspective of the present time, it is easy for us to criticize ancient texts and question their place in the biblical canon Through critical thinking about the canon itself is not wrong, it must be done with utmost care and humility. Here is why the book of Esther - before even reading the text itself - gives us a lesson on humility: The Bible is a book of faith first and foremost The Bible has a lot of manuscripts, archeological discoveries, and other evidence that "validate" it. While those evidence can be instrumental in strengthening our faith, it cannot replace it.  There is danger in depending too much on archeological findings and extra-biblical material: Archeology as a field is not static There will always be different interpretations of archeological discoveries So, even with "better" or "more" evidence, there will always be a debate. Our Perspective depends on what we've found In other words, we are working with theories based on what we have found so far. Because these are educated guesses, they will change if new information gets discovered. When you look at a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces, do you dismiss the existence of the whole picture or the missing piece because you can't see it in front of you? Frankly, we just don't know a lot Compared to what God can see and what human history has actually been throughout the millennia, our knowledge of the ancient world is very limited While it is difficult, books like Esther challenge us even before we open the text: God's will demand humility on our part. Think about it; if either "side" had definitive and undeniable evidence, do you think there would be a debate? It is because both "sides" are working with limited information. Opinion: Instead of putting up walls with the little information that we have, our time is better spent trusting God and learning what books like Esther has to teach us. Its harmony with the rest of the Bible is far more important. If its principles and messages are sound, then it is better to learn from it than doubt it. Sometimes, this takes a lot of intellectual humility to do. Acknowledging that we do not have all the pieces also takes strength. The arguments about Esther are not very strong either: Absence of God Though God is not mentioned explicitly, the author indirectly hints at God and his presence with the practices and culture of the Jews (Esth. 3: 8, 4:3) Purim "Chicken or the Egg" If it were the case that someone made up the story of Esther to authorize the feast of Purim, then why didn't he make more mention of God? Why risk it with the ambiguity? Esther is not a Godless Book What to Expect from this class Overview of the narrative of Esther Further discussion about some of the challenges to Esther Exploration of structure, themes and the choices of the author that play into the message of the book Comparison of Esther and Mordecai's circumstances to modern Christianity ... and more. Homework Please read Esther all the way through as many times as you can!       Duration 26:22

Savoir Manger avec Jean-Michel Cohen

Le thon c'est bon ! Le thon, un poisson gras à consommer régulièrement. Bonite, listao, albacore, thon blanc germon, thon rouge... Le thon est une vraie source de protéines avec 25 g pour 100g. Le thon rouge est un peu plus gras que le thon blanc. Le thon contient du sélénium, du phosphore, de la vitamine A et de la vitamine D, il est pauvre en cholestérol et son taux d'acides gras Oméga-3 est très intéressant.Vous allez tout savoir sur le thon pour faire de belles salades cet été ! N'oubliez pas de relayer notre opération #stopobesite et merci de votre soutien et de faire votre analyse minceur gratuite avec Jean-Michel Cohen Le Docteur Jean-Michel Cohen a élaboré un Programme Minceur, Savoir Maigrir, qui permet de perdre du poids rapidement, durablement et sans aliments interdits. Le principe de sa méthode est assez simple : Pour mincir, il faut limiter les apports caloriques non pas en se privant mais en réduisant sa consommation calorique grâce à un choix de bons aliments. Pas de méthode miracle, mais du bon sens... Ce régime met ainsi l'accent sur les fruits et légumes, crus ou cuits, dont la consommation presque illimitée est encouragée. Et pour un résultat optimal, il faut y aller en douceur. La première semaine, le programme du Dr Cohen autorise un apport de 1400 à 1600 calories par jour. Vous souhaitez mieux manger, maigrir, rééquilibrer votre alimentation, apprendre à toujours faire les bons choix alimentaires ?Faites votre analyse minceur gratuite avec Jean-Michel Cohen Découvrez l'ActiBox Minceur Dr Cohen, la boîte d'assistance à l'amaigrissement conçue pour éviter tous les “parasites” du régime Abonnez-vous ici à la chaîne Savoir Maigrir sur Youtube Découvrez la chaîne Youtube de Jean-Michel Cohen Consultez les Lettres d'Information du Dr Jean-Michel Cohen Visitez la page Facebook Savoir Maigrir avec Jean-Michel Cohen Suivez les stories de Jean-Michel Cohen sur Instagram Suivez Jean-Michel Cohen sur Twitter Les avantages de la méthode Savoir Maigrir :-Grande diversité des aliments proposés-Fruits et légumes à volonté, qui permettent de se sentir rassasié-Absence d'interdit formel : le système d'équivalence permet de pouvoir craquer de temps en temps-Le schéma est assez flexible, puisqu'on peut alterner des journées à 900 calories et des journées à 1400/1600 calories-Le programme à 1400/1600 calories peut être fait sur le long terme-L'accent est mis sur l'activité physique, ce qui est très positif. A la pointe de la recherche en nutrition depuis plus de 30 ans, Jean-Michel Cohen est auteur de nombreux best sellers en nutrition et le nutritionniste français leader du coaching minceur sur internet.

52317
73: In the Absence of Water

52317

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 12:26


Too often one doesn't know the value of something until it's gone. When it's a large body of water undergoing a long, slow disappearing act it's easy to understand how something so devastating might go overlooked. But Jon Kounkel, from Friends of Coralville Lake, says if left untreated one day we will wake up to a marshland where the lake once stood. North Liberty is the headquarters of local media, regional financial and national transportation companies and home to solar energy and tech startups, and entrepreneurs getting their big ideas off the ground. Get to know your new business community.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Show and BK - Carlos Dunlap's Impact, Orlando Brown's Absence, & Juan and Josh

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 49:20


In this edition of "Show and BK," Ron 'the Show' Hughley, Brandon Kiley, and Stephen Serda discuss what the addition of Carlos Dunlap means for the state of the Chiefs' defense. Orlando Brown continues to hold out–leaving the offensive line up in the air at the tackle position. So far there's been two big standouts in St. Joe–so we try to talk ourselves out of getting hurt by the training camp hype. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Redskins Talk
1ST CAMP PRACTICE RECAP: Antonio Gibson's absence, Carson Wentz's debut day and JP's 1-on-1 with Terry McLaurin

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 40:40 Very Popular


JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey are coming at you after the Commanders' first on-field get-together of training camp — one that Antonio Gibson unfortunately missed. So, to start, the guys each give their concern levels of Gibson's hamstring issue. From there, they pass along their thoughts on Carson Wentz's performance and podium session and do their beloved One Thing segment, where JP identifies an early sleeper on the D-line and Pete compliments himself obnoxiously. To close, you'll hear JP's 1-on-1 with Terry McLaurin, where the receiver explains what he's making of his new quarterback as well as one area he badly wants to get better in on the outside. If you like podcasts where Mitch passes along an insightful Jamin Davis nugget and JP looks back on his high school graduation, then this is the episode for you. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
Remember: You have to see through everything, to receive the best of everything.

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 6:20 Very Popular


Ravi Shankar said the best form of prayer is, 'being silent and knowing that the Divinity is taking care of everything'.  But first It reveals to you that there is no 'everything'.  That there is nothing here but It. Nothing here but God. Nothing here but Love. Unlocated, undivided, formless.  And once you're able to see past the form, to see through everything, you're given the best of everything.You have to see through it all to receive the best of it all. I Love you, I Am you, Niknikki@curlynikki.com Bonus content:▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmorningsGo(o)d Mornings merch:▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmorningsWeekly LIVE Meditation, Tuesdays at 7pm ET (FREE)▶▶ https://spotify.link/meditation_________________________________Today's Quotes:   "Stop, look, and see."-Swami Chinmayananda "Whatever it is you're stressing about right now, give it up to God in prayer."- @HerTrueWorth via IG  "People say, 'I can't do it. I can't do it.'  I'm not asking you to do it. I'm asking you to be still and see."-Mooji  "Maya is not a separate entity. Absence of light is called darkness, so absence of Knowledge, Illumination, etc., is called ignorance, illusion or Maya."-Ramana Maharshi "Being silent and knowing that the divinity is taking care of everything-- that is the best form of prayer; the best prayer is meditation."-Sri Sri Ravi Shankar "Practice meditation. Become a seeker. Walk the path of the seeker. You will get the best of everything the world has to offer."-Sri Sri Ravi Shankar "There is no answer to any problem, there in only an understanding of the problem."-Krishnamurti "The Lord thy God in the midst of thee is mighty; he will save, he will rejoice over thee with joy; he will rest in his love, he will joy over thee with singing."-Zephaniah 3:17Support the show

Hollywood-ography
Absence of Malice

Hollywood-ography

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 46:26


Join us for this complicated film where the life of Paul Newman's character gets unintentionally turned upside down by a journalist played by Sally Field.

Definition Radio
2022/7/23 - Oaks & Jabs ARE here this time….. only a week late. Wanting to make up for their absence they decided to bring you a bucket full of bangers…. like for real

Definition Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022


Oaks & Jabs ARE here this time….. only a week late. Wanting to make up for their absence they decided to bring you a bucket full of bangers…. like for real. Quite international and quite West, quite nice. May it be a blessing. Playlist: Eso by DJ Dsern Peace by Young C (YC) & Jkzn Dust by Trant, 1K Phew & Yaves Year of Redemption by DIE-REK Pass By The Proft, Izzy, JustMe & Sole Option Carta by BDF (Boogie-One, Mind Dwella & Da' Sage Flowz Precise) Rise Up by Procyse & INTELLECT ft. Griffin & DJ Dsern When Men Cry by Mr. I B-Lieve, Knick Knack & MsChozen Out West by Revive The Youth Skyline by Sareem Poems & Madi Man of God by Young C (YC) & Jkzn Blinders (Remix) by Sivion & Jon Corbin Ill Behaviour by DJ Dsern Halal u Yahuahua by DJ Dsern Vote on the playlist at www.definitionradio.com/show/810 Leave your requests/shout-outs on our socials www.facebook.com/DefinitionRadio www.instagram.com/DefinitionHH www.twitter.com/DefinitionHH www.krosswerdz.com

Politics with Michelle Grattan
Is Morrison's absence from parliament disrespectful to his voters?

Politics with Michelle Grattan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 8:47


As well as her interviews with politicians and experts, Politics with Michelle Grattan includes “Word from The Hill”, where she discusses the news with members of The Conversation politics team. Politics editor Amanda Dunn and Michelle talk about the opening of the 47th Parliament, the prospects for the climate legislation that seeks to enshrine the 43% emissions reduction target, and Treasurer Jim Chalmers' economic statement, which will come hard on the heels of another bad inflation number. They also ask: should Scott Morrison be in the House this week?

Move Your Brain Move Your Body
Health Is Not Merely The Absence Of Sickness With Dr. Alexis Jazmyn Cowan, PhD - Ep 82.

Move Your Brain Move Your Body

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 50:16


Dr. Alexis Jazmyn Cowan, PhD works with clients to support them in all aspects of their journey to health, from diet and nutraceuticals to exercise and lifestyle. She also works with individuals looking to improve their scientific literacy, helping them to gain the competence and confidence needed to effectively review scientific literature, assess data quality, and critically analyze published claims. She attained her PhD from Princeton University in Molecular Biology in 2022.  On This Episode: Alexis's Background Her journey of losing 100 lbs, from disordered eating to IBS to now being healthy! Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) her experience and scientific data of what it is and how to treat it Gut permeability and competitive bodybuilders/athletes Glyphosate and how it is harming our human bodies Human Milk Olligosaccharides, Bifidobacteria & gut health Biffidobacteria & Akkermasia "The Gut Protocol" that Alexis practices with clients We can make changes to the gut microbiome within 24 hours using dietary changes The Orange Juice Protocol -Joel Greene Activated charcoal / Binders Probiotics/ Prebiotics /Postbiotics Intramuscular fat  Dr. Alexis's PhD research Obesity  Microbiome Optimization Products- Layer Origin (code: DrAlexis15) What Dr. Alexis does to move her brain & move her body! Contact/ Book with Dr. Alexis Dr. Alexis Website Dr. Alexis's Blog on Biffidobacteria Layer Origin (code: DrAlexis15) Our Information: MOVE YOUR BB Instagram Aleena's Instagram Aleena's Website Meghan's Instagram Meghan's Website Email:  moveyourBB@gmail.com ---------------------------- **The information on this podcast is intended to educate and inform. It is not meant to be a substitute of advice from your physician or medical provider.

Hugo, Girl!
Hugo Woman: A Whole Absence of Ladies

Hugo, Girl!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 8:47


Last month, we had the pleasure of appearing on City Lights, our local NPR station's arts and culture show, for an interview with senior producer Kim Drobes. We discussed the Hugo Awards, common issues in science fiction, and our favorite podcast segments.  AND THEN...the text version of our interview got scraped, run through a not-very-good thesaurus, and posted on a goofy "news" site. The result was hilarious, and we are pleased to present you with a dramatic live reading! Check out the original (legitimate) version (you can listen or read the interview highlights) on WABE's website.

Plus
Názory a argumenty: Ondřej Konrád: Sněm STANu, jak se čekalo

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 4:02


Absence vyhraněnější ideologie a podezření z pragmatismu, to se táhne se Starosty a nezávislými prakticky od jejich vzniku před 13 lety. Ale že je hnutí schopno obsáhnout přítomnost nositelů levicovějšího i pravicovějšího zaměření, zase tak negativní není. O přílišné výkyvy se nejedná, a tak je možno STAN skutečně považovat za víceméně standardní středový subjekt.

Ça peut vous arriver
INÉDIT - Le cas en or de Laura Hurissel (2/2)

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 5:31


L'équipe de "Ça peut vous arriver" vous accompagne tout l'été ! Dans les podcasts inédits des "Cas en or", les membres de l'équipe de l'émission reviennent, au micro de Thibaud Chaboche, sur les cas marquants de la saison selon eux. Dans cet épisode, Laura Hurissel revient sur un cas particulièrement révoltant, celui de Tabby, un père de famille à qui l'on a attribué un logement insalubre. Absence de toilette, câbles électriques qui pendent et moisissures, seul l'intervention de l'émission a pu débloquer la situation, après douze ans de galères...

Take It & Run Podcast
Episode 53: Evidence Of Absence

Take It & Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 100:18


Welp. I guess Sesame Street is trying to gentrify. And how many songs can Cudi really perform at a concert? Is the this the start of our breakup? 13:43-Sesame Place Scandal 28:20-Desus & Mero falling out?! 36:12-Miles Bridges 46:57 -Concerts and Artist obligations 56:49-“Somebody Did This”: Spare Time Activity 1:02:58- Seth's Cinema Suggestions: If Beale Street Could Talk 1:10:05-Have A Day: The Fields Family 1:18:45-What is the biggest lie you've heard? 1:28:57- Who Chose Best?: Beat Switch Cory: SICKO MODE- Travis Scott Mike: All About The Benjamins-Diddy Seth: Tuscan Leather- Drake Shoutout to our sponsor PREEM DELUXE for all your clothing and attire needs. We Are The Higher Ups.

Forum - La 1ere
Les entreprises dénoncent l'absence de plan contre des pénuries de gaz: interview de Dominique Rochat

Forum - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 4:50


Interview de Dominique Rochat, responsable de projets chez economiesuisse.

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
”Esther - For Such a Time as This” by David Chang - Part 7

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 35:23


July 17, 2022 - Sunday AM Bible Class   Today, David continues his study of the book of Esther.   Esther - For Such a Time as This Esther: A Book without God? Esther is one of two books of the Bible in which the Tetragrammaton (YHWH) does not appear at all Even During the development of the Hebrew canon, Esther was contested as an apocryphal work because of this reason There are also skeptics of the book among modern scholars, mainly because of the aforementioned absence of the Tetragrammaton, the lack of extra-biblical record of the events of Esther, and the book's strong nationalistic theme Some of these theorize that someone much later wrote the book to give more authority to the origin of Purim It is true that there are difficulties in reconciling the events of the book of Esther with the extra-biblical records and/or archeological finds It is also true that the name of God is absent in the entirety of the book, and the focus of the Jewish identity is more ethnic and cultural rather than religious.  But are these current realities justify the dismissal of Esther as a canonic book of the Old Testament? What possible lessons can we learn from such a doubted book - one that doesn't even mention God? Humility Esther: A Lesson of Humility In our perspective of the present time, it is easy for us to criticize ancient texts and question their place in the biblical canon Through critical thinking about the canon itself is not wrong, it must be done with utmost care and humility. Here is why the book of Esther - before even reading the text itself - gives us a lesson on humility: The Bible is a book of faith first and foremost The Bible has a lot of manuscripts, archeological discoveries, and other evidence that "validate" it. While those evidence can be instrumental in strengthening our faith, it cannot replace it.  There is danger in depending too much on archeological findings and extra-biblical material: Archeology as a field is not static There will always be different interpretations of archeological discoveries So, even with "better" or "more" evidence, there will always be a debate. Our Perspective depends on what we've found In other words, we are working with theories based on what we have found so far. Because these are educated guesses, they will change if new information gets discovered. When you look at a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces, do you dismiss the existence of the whole picture or the missing piece because you can't see it in front of you? Frankly, we just don't know a lot Compared to what God can see and what human history has actually been throughout the millennia, our knowledge of the ancient world is very limited While it is difficult, books like Esther challenge us even before we open the text: God's will demand humility on our part. Think about it; if either "side" had definitive and undeniable evidence, do you think there would be a debate? It is because both "sides" are working with limited information. Opinion: Instead of putting up walls with the little information that we have, our time is better spent trusting God and learning what books like Esther has to teach us. Its harmony with the rest of the Bible is far more important. If its principles and messages are sound, then it is better to learn from it than doubt it. Sometimes, this takes a lot of intellectual humility to do. Acknowledging that we do not have all the pieces also takes strength. The arguments about Esther are not very strong either: Absence of God Though God is not mentioned explicitly, the author indirectly hints at God and his presence with the practices and culture of the Jews (Esth. 3: 8, 4:3) Purim "Chicken or the Egg" If it were the case that someone made up the story of Esther to authorize the feast of Purim, then why didn't he make more mention of God? Why risk it with the ambiguity? Esther is not a Godless Book What to Expect from this class Overview of the narrative of Esther Further discussion about some of the challenges to Esther Exploration of structure, themes and the choices of the author that play into the message of the book Comparison of Esther and Mordecai's circumstances to modern Christianity ... and more. Homework Please read Esther all the way through as many times as you can!     Duration  35:23

Bull & Fox
Albert Breer says Browns could become more well-rounded because of Watson's absence, ready to make a run with his return

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 17:29


Albert Breer talks about the latest on Deshaun Watson's outlook and the NFL's view on an eventual ruling from Sue L. Robinson, the league's double standard with owners and players, how this decision could impact the Browns' playoff chances and a scenario and the pressure on Andrew Berry and Kevin Stefanski.

Locked On Cardinals - Daily Podcast On The Arizona Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals officially welcomed back Rodney Hudson on Monday to play center for the 2022 NFL season. Was his absence just because the birth of his child? Or is there potentially more to it? Kyler Murray ranks high on a very important QB list. Plus, Alex Clancy will re-iterate the importance of Isaiah Simmons for the defensive side of the ball for the Cardinals in 2022.  Find and follow Locked On Cardinals on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple https://apple.co/3gzT6Pg  Spotify https://spoti.fi/3wsOL7a  Audacy https://bit.ly/3xdaqjU  Stitcher https://bit.ly/3cFWffn  Google https://buff.ly/2yH7WOl Megaphone https://bit.ly/2RUBlC5  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Baltimore's Big Morning Show
Does DeCostas absence on NBC Sports' 'Best GMs List' prove how flawed the exercise is?

Baltimore's Big Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 8:46


A recent list put together by NBC Sports listing the NFL's best GMs does not feature Eric DeCosta, but some other front office members that have made some questionable moves recently.  Does EDC's absence prove that the exercise, and by extension the list, is flawed from the start?

Crit Out Of Luck: The Last Song of Arcadia
Absence Makes the Heart | Verse 39 | The Last Song of Arcadia

Crit Out Of Luck: The Last Song of Arcadia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 113:20


The group splits up, and Seren learns to let go... The Last Song of Arcadia is a 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons actual play podcast. All art by Madison, @madsadcatfish Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/critoutofluck Join our Discord: https://discord.com/invite/89ya7EZMp8 Buy us a Kofi: https://ko-fi.com/critoutofluck Follow us! Twitter: https://twitter.com/CritOutOfLuck​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/critoutofluck/​ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1OASfxFuCGbDOkHqga4Vns Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CritOutOfLuck​ #dnd​ #dnd5e​ #DungeonsAndDragons #dndPodcast​ #TheLastSongOfArcadia​ #CritOutOfLuck​ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/critoutofluck/message

Forum - La 1ere
Ouverture du Paléo festival après deux ans d'absence

Forum - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 1:45


Oasis: College Ministry Podcast
MESSAGE: From Absence to Presence

Oasis: College Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 32:23


With week two of Pastor's Picks, Dylan stepped in to lead us through Exodus 16 and the Israelites' journey through the wilderness. In that, he focuses on what it means to trust God and practice presence.  Is Jesus enough? How do we trust God in the waiting? What does it mean to "be present"? All of that and more when you listen to this week's message - "From Absence to Presence" Message Delivered: 07/17/2022

Mark Reardon Show
KSDK Sport Director explains Yadi's absence

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 34:06


Hour 2: Sue brings you today's Sue's News! Then, Andy Puzder, Former CEO of CKE Restaurants shares on his latest piece headlined, "The Decline Of The American Work Ethic Will Exacerbate the Oncoming Recession". Then, KSDK Sports Director Frank Cusumano gives an update on Yadi!

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada
60 - James De Mille's Strange Postmodern Anti-Utopian Novel

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 79:09


In which, using James De Mille's A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder (1888), we talk about utopianism and postmodernism as it relates to Canada and its culture, past and present! It's a wild episode that goes everywhere, but we love it. --- Support: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana); Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); the recommended reading page (https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/books/) --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Sources & Further Reading: De Mille, James. A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder, Harper & Brothers, 1888.  https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=ZG0mAAAAMAAJ&pg=GBS.PP1.w.1.0.0&hl=en Parks, M. G. “Strange to Strangers Only,” Canadian Literature 70, 1976, pp. 61–78. https://canlit.ca/canlitmedia/canlit.ca/pdfs/articles/canlit70-Strange(Parks).pdf  Woodcock, George. “An Absence of Utopias.” Editorial. Canadian Literature 42, 1969, pp. 3–5. https://canlit.ca/canlitmedia/canlit.ca/pdfs/articles/canlit42-Editorial(Woodcock).pdf  Lamont-Stewart, Linda. “Rescued by Postmodernism: The Escalating Value of James De Mille's A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder,” Canadian Literature 145, 1995, pp. 21–36. https://canlit.ca/canlitmedia/canlit.ca/pdfs/articles/canlit145-Rescued(Stewart).pdf  Milnes, Stephen. “Colonialist Discourse, Lord Featherstone's Yawn and the Significance of the Denouement in A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder,” Canadian Literature 145, 1995, pp. 86–104. https://canlit.ca/canlitmedia/canlit.ca/pdfs/articles/canlit145-Colonialist(Milnes).pdf Multineddu, Flavio. “A Tendentious Game with an Uncanny Riddle: A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder.” Canadian Literature 145, 1995, pp. 62–81. https://canlit.ca/canlitmedia/canlit.ca/pdfs/articles/canlit145-Tendentious(Multineddu).pdf

AP Audio Stories
Fetterman absence raises stakes for Dems in key Senate race

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 1:00


AP correspondent Jennifer King reports on Election 2022 Senate Pennsylvania-Fetterman's Absence

Holy Land Moments
Leading in the Absence of Leadership

Holy Land Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 2:01


On today's program, Fellowship President and CEO Yael Eckstein continues her conversation with mentors Michele Bachmann, former member of the U.S. Congress, and Penny Nance, CEO for Concerned Women for America, on the different obstacles in leadership roles.

Dank Swamp Rebellion
Summer Lovin: Stash & Burn

Dank Swamp Rebellion

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 29:32


Summer is here and boy, are we feelin it. The DSR crew has been running wild for the last 3 years, so maybe it's time to shake things up a bit. Cody and Tyler have a fire burnin, much like this South Louisiana heat, and it's to get back out and perform live music again. Absence makes the heart grow fonder right? So, DSR will be taking a little summer break to focus on getting some tunes road ready, and maybe put together a lil act together for ya. Can also smell a few other ideas slow cookin too.. Make sure to check out our socials, we will be posting news and progress along the way! We appreciate all your support from the bottom of our hearts. The Rebellion would be nothing without you! Seeya Soon Sha Stay Tuned! Dank Swamp Rebellion Help Support DSR and our Buds! Where Ever Sound Takes You PreSonus Audio Hang with Daniel Merry on ALT 9.23 DSR Distrokid See what else DSR is up too Dank Swamp Rebellion

MMA Fighting
HOAM | Dana White's Absence From UFC Events Impossible To Ignore

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 72:27 Very Popular


It was very difficult to ignore the fact that during UFC 276, and all of International Fight Week, UFC president Dana White was nowhere to be found. On an all-new episode of Heck of a Morning, MMA Fighting's Mike Heck was asked to give his thoughts about White's lengthy absence from promotional events and what it could possibly mean. In addition, listener questions are answered about White's $250,000 birthday gift to one of The Nelk Boys and the internet's reaction to it, Israel Adesanya vs. Alex Pereira, a potential Charles Oliveira vs. Islam Makhachev lightweight title fight, Rafael Fiziev's incredible performance against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event of UFC Vegas 58, the loaded bantamweight division, and much more. You can listen live to Heck of a Morning Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10 a.m. ET on the MMA Fighting Twitter Spaces. Follow Mike Heck: @MikeHeck_JR Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
HOAM | Dana White's Absence From UFC Events Impossible To Ignore

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 72:27


It was very difficult to ignore the fact that during UFC 276, and all of International Fight Week, UFC president Dana White was nowhere to be found. On an all-new episode of Heck of a Morning, MMA Fighting's Mike Heck was asked to give his thoughts about White's lengthy absence from promotional events and what it could possibly mean. In addition, listener questions are answered about White's $250,000 birthday gift to one of The Nelk Boys and the internet's reaction to it, Israel Adesanya vs. Alex Pereira, a potential Charles Oliveira vs. Islam Makhachev lightweight title fight, Rafael Fiziev's incredible performance against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event of UFC Vegas 58, the loaded bantamweight division, and much more. You can listen live to Heck of a Morning Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10 a.m. ET on the MMA Fighting Twitter Spaces. Follow Mike Heck: @MikeHeck_JR Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
HOAM | Dana White's Absence From UFC Events Impossible To Ignore

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 72:27


It was very difficult to ignore the fact that during UFC 276, and all of International Fight Week, UFC president Dana White was nowhere to be found. On an all-new episode of Heck of a Morning, MMA Fighting's Mike Heck was asked to give his thoughts about White's lengthy absence from promotional events and what it could possibly mean. In addition, listener questions are answered about White's $250,000 birthday gift to one of The Nelk Boys and the internet's reaction to it, Israel Adesanya vs. Alex Pereira, a potential Charles Oliveira vs. Islam Makhachev lightweight title fight, Rafael Fiziev's incredible performance against Rafael dos Anjos in the main event of UFC Vegas 58, the loaded bantamweight division, and much more. You can listen live to Heck of a Morning Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10 a.m. ET on the MMA Fighting Twitter Spaces. Follow Mike Heck: @MikeHeck_JR Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bill Michaels Show
Best Of The Bill Michaels Show

The Bill Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 39:07


-Grant Bilse's Absence (0:00) -Brewers expectations (22:10) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bill Michaels Show
HR 2 -- Grant Bilse's Absence, Coffee Shop Etiquette, PGA Tour vs. LIV

The Bill Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 43:43


Ben and Ebo start off a chaotic second hour of the show talking about why Grant Bilse wasn't in hosting, a recent video from Grant addressing the matter and then actually talk to Grant when he calls into the show. They then talk coffee shop etiquette, the PGA tour being investigated and more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jason & Alexis
7/8 FRI HOUR 2: Dawn's leave of absence, RHOBH & Christmas in July

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 39:29 Very Popular


Dawn is getting surgery next Tuesday and shares what's been happening and that she'll be off for a few weeks. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is heating up with drama! Backstreet Boys have a Christmas announcement...in July.

Jason & Alexis
Jason and Alexis: Dawn's leave of absence

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 17:54


Producer Dawn has to be gone for a surgery that takes a lot of recovery time.  If you missed it and wonder where the heck she is, just listen and we hope you will laugh!  Don't be afraid to talk about this stuff, ladies! 

Grad School Femtoring
145: Taking a Leave of Absence as a Survivor in Grad School with Ana Ramirez

Grad School Femtoring

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 43:00


This week our special guest is Ana Ramirez who discusses the topic of taking a leave of absence as a survivor in grad school. Ana is a socio-cultural anthropology PhD student at UNC Chapel Hill. Her work focuses on Indigenous women, gender-based violence, trauma, community and families, and healing. Currently, she's taking a leave of absence, exploring different career paths, and hiking with friends and family. In this episode we discuss: - What is a leave of absence and some reasons why students may choose to take one - Her experience as a survivor of sexual assault and how she planned for her leave of absence - The costs and benefits of taking a leave in grad school - And advice to any student considering taking time off, a pause, or leave in their studies You can connect with Ana on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anayramirez/ Liked what you heard? Then join my exclusive community on Patreon to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/gradschoolfemtoring Get my free 15-page Grad School Femtoring Resource Kit here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/kit/ Want to learn how to work with me? Get started here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/services/ For this and more, go to: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gradschoolfemtoring/message

Beers and Banter
Ep. 92 - Taylor's Third Unexcused Absence

Beers and Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 61:02


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Less Stressed Life : Upleveling Life, Health & Happiness
#243 Recognizing and addressing burnout in healthcare, depression, and a leave of absence with pediatric oncologist Tammie Chang, MD

Less Stressed Life : Upleveling Life, Health & Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 45:03


This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Tammie Chang. In our discussion, we talk about recognizing and addressing burnout in healthcare, depression, and leave of absence.  KEY TAKEAWAYS:What contributes to health care provider burnout and burnout in generalHow patients can show up to get better care from their providers Signs and symptoms of burnoutAMA toolkit for organizational joy: how to create well-being programs. GUEST SHARED HELPFUL TIPS ON:How to thrive as a health care providerWhat you can do to treat and prevent burnoutHow to be an advocate for your own healthTools available to the healthcare system to create well-being programs to prevent burnout in the workspace ABOUT GUEST:Tammie Chang, M.D., is a board-certified physician in pediatric hematology/oncology and author of the book, Boundaries as a Woman Physician: The Key to Loving Your Life and Career in Medicine (February 3, 2021.)and coauthor of How to Thrive as a Woman Physician. Boundaries as a Woman Physician focuses on the understanding that to heal and serve others, one must first focus on having a healthy body, spirit and mind. Tammie highlights the importance of good self-care habits and boundaries in a physician's life to avoid burnout, stress and exhaustion. She shares her own debilitating burnout story and that of three other physicians, acknowledging her struggles and the ways she broke the barrier of shame many physicians have when it comes to mental health and self-careTammie earned her bachelor's and medical degree from Brown University in Providence, R.I. She completed her residency training in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts and completed her fellowship in pediatric hematology/oncology at the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis. WHERE TO FIND       :Tammie's personal burnout story can be found on HBR Ascend: https://hbr.org/2022/03/my-burnout-nearly-cost-me-everything-now-i-help-other-physicians-overcome-itAs well as her new book, which is #1 on Amazon in 15 health categories: https://www.amazon.com/Boundaries-Women-Physicians-Career-Medicine-ebook/dp/B09R7VY1QFInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tammiechangmd/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tammie-chang-md-254821195/https://www.tammiechangmd.com/WHERE TO FIND CHRISTA:https://www.christabiegler.com/On IG:instagram.com/anti.inflammatory.nutritionist/Shop our Favoriteschristabiegler.com/shopLoving the podcast? Leave us a review and ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY NOW!Sharing & reviewing this podcast is the BEST way to help us succeed with our mission to help integrate the best of East & West empower you to raise the bar on your health story. Just go to https://reviewthispodcast.com/lessstressedlifeSPONSORS:A special thanks to our VIP sponsor RUPA Health, our lab concierge service that helps our clients get standard bloodwork 2/3 off retail direct to consumer lab test pricing. Let them know I sent you when you sign up fo