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Resilience expert Deborah Gilboa, MD, aka “Dr. G,” works with families, organizations, and businesses to turn stress into an advantage. Known for her contagious humor, Dr. G works with people across generations to rewire their attitudes and beliefs to create resilience through personal accountability and a completely different approach to adversity. She is the author of the recently released book From Stressed to Resilient: The Guide to Handle More and Feel It Less. Dr. G is a board-certified attending family physician at a community health center whose practice includes making house calls. As a child, Dr. G suffered from seizures. When asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” her answer was a pediatric neurosurgeon since she had a female doctor in that specialty who she liked. Dr. G changed her mind, when in 9th grade biology lab, she had to dissect a fetal pig. Around that time she discovered the fun of theater, finding social acceptance and learning that people can have careers in theater. She decided to study theater in college. After earning her BFA in stage management, Dr. G worked in theater for six years, including two years at Second City, the famous improv company in Chicago. She also volunteered as an emergency medical technician and got certified as a paramedic. At 26, Dr. G decided to apply to medical school, but she needed two years of pre-requisite coursework to qualify. She mapped out a plan to ensure she could make it happen. Dr. G had also worked at Deaf West Theater in Los Angeles, founded by the deaf actress Marlee Matlin. She had learned some American Sign Language (ASL) and a lot about deaf culture. Dr. G heard that ASL interpreters were needed in health care, so she enrolled in ASL classes and began to work as an ASL interpreter while she prepared for medical school. Today, Dr. G practices family medicine on a part-time basis and speaks regularly to audiences in every sector on a variety of topics pertaining to resilience, mental health, and effective communication. She says, “Resilience is not given… it is choice and action.” In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Dr. G's journey: Dr. G's message is straightforward and essential: Do stress better. Be resilient. She appears regularly on TODAY, Good Morning America, and The Doctors. Her work is featured frequently in the Washington Post, The New York Times, Forbes Magazine, and many other digital and print outlets. Learn more and connect with Deborah here: https://twitter.com/askdocg https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborahgilboamd/ www.facebook.com/deborah.gilboa www.facebook.com/askdoctorg www.instagram.com/askdoctorg
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The Thanksgiving weekend gives us the opportunity to highlight teams and players giving back, through hurricane relief, housing, and of course, providing meals to those in need. The Rule 5 Draft is fast approaching so we get you all caught up on what it means and why it is important. We belatedly congratulate Caroline O'Connor, new president of business operations for the Marlins, and we learn the new vocabulary term, “glass cliff.” At the college level, Olivia Pichardo of Brown just became the first woman to play baseball for a Division I team. Our international baseball news is centered on Venezuela where Yadi has been ejected 4 times, Asdrubel Cabrera apologizes quite a bit but possibly not to the focus of his ire, Eugenio Suarez and Gleybor Torres get permission to play for a short time, La Tortuga goes to Japan, and Pottymouth ranks #1406 in LVBP fantasy baseball. We learn that the maternal lines are clearly strong in qualifying players for WBC teams. Patti crosstrains with hockey and wants you all to go to a game, please. Boyfriends in two weeks! It comes to light that when Pottymouth drinks wine instead of beer she loses words in addition to numbers and needs to be reminded that ASL doesn't translate well to podcasts. But she reads Forbes.We say “Clothesline Cabrera,” “Chutes and Ladders,” and, “The most important thing to make for Thanksgiving is a list.” Get boosted, fight the man, send your game balls to Meredith, and find us on Twitter @ncibpodcast, on Facebook @nocryinginbball, Instagram @nocryinginbball and on the Interweb at nocryinginbball.com. Please take a moment to subscribe to the show, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to NCiB. Become a supporter at Patreon to help us keep doing what we do. Say goodnight, Pottymouth.
Rachel Wolfson (Jackass Forever) smokes a blunt with Mike and Mary Jane while catching them up on her whirlwind adventures as part of the Jackass crew. She tells us what Steve Harvey smells like (incredible), how flawless Johnny Knoxville's DM timing is, and why pulling stunts like scorpion Botox makes her feel fucking great. Other topics: snapping vs. clapping, ASL interpreters who get you hyped, and being relentless, full stop. Plus, Mike and MJ unbox custom Prism water pipes they designed for each other (click Prism's link below for the hookup)!! LEAVE A REVIEW / GIVE US 5 ⭐️ / LOST YAK? CALL MIKE Music by Jesse Case Weed + Grub IG Weed + Grub YT Rachel IG Rachel Twitter Make Custom Prism Water Pipes - WEED&GRUB10 for 10% off! QWIN - use code WEEDANDGRUB for 30% off! TSUMo Snacks - get a free sample! BOTW: @dante_jordan, @imyourkid & @shopcannakits
Ken Dunn makes an appearance at long last on our program, along with Multi Man Publishing's very own Perry Cocke. Ken has designed a boatload of ASL goodness in the form of many scenarios. He is also the man that brought us Operation Veritable, and the ASL Starter Kits (but that is a story for another show). Ken offers many fascinating insights into the behind the scenes efforts at Multi Man
The passion for Civil Rights around Language Access of today's guest, woke up after she was returning with her non-English speaking husband from working for Habitat for Humanity in Guatemala. Erika Shell-Castro tells us the story of how she was inspired by her husband's journey as a new immigrant to learn as much as she could about Title VI and immigrant and refugee rights, later becoming a subject- matter expert and getting hired by the largest hospital system in Central Ohio to build their Language Access Program. Erika specializes in consulting with Partners on Language Access compliance and working with sales teams and Partner Success Managers as a resource and support. Tune in! Only on the podcast that brings you your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter.-----------------------------Connect with Erika ShellWebsiteLinkedIn-----------------------------Join OHCIA's Interpreter Directory and be ready for what's next.The interpretation industry is changing. Laws are being passed that require more certification. More and more, interpretation is going remote with video or phone. Machine interpretation is getting better and better. Plus, companies are cutting costs for services like interpretation.If you aren't certified, don't want to use technology, don't have special skills, and don't have the ability to be flexible, you'll get less and less work as an interpreter.The OHCIA Interpreter Directory, or ID, can help. It brings together interpreters and the organizations that hire them — so they can help each other provide much-needed interpretation services.Free — The ID is free to all interpreters — forever. It's paid for by subscription fees charged to hiring organizationsTrusted — It lists trained, certified interpreters so hiring organizations can trust the quality of the services offeredEasy — Interpreters can list specialties, availability, and more — so hiring organizations can easily find talentOHCIA are the right people to bring interpreters and organizations together like never before. Our leadership has deep roots in the interpreter community, and we care deeply about where this industry is going. We have advocated for interpreters and health care interpretation since 2010, and we're trusted by individuals and organizations alike.To find out more about OHCIA's Interpreter Director click on the link below! https://ohcia-id.org/----------------------------- Thanks for tuning in, till next time!
What's Trending: Ingraham students walk out to protest gun violence, King County is cracking down on holidays and an ASL interpreter is allegedly fired for being white. // Republicans are still hoping for a house majority and people are questioning republican leadership. // A 14-year-old is charged with first degree murder in the Ingraham shooting and a Seattle coffee shop owner is no longer taking cash payments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An ASL translator is fired for their race – Pags explains how that's illegal. PLUS – Kay Smythe for Cray News with Kay. She explains why Generation Z appeared to go out and vote for Democrats in the mid terms and her perspective as an immigrant.
This is it, right here, this is the final episode. And if you're here right now, and you've been choosing to return to this work again and again, I want to say, thank you. Cuz If we want alternative means to responding to harm other than the systems on offer from the state, we are the ones who have to invest time, energy, labor into learning, healing, imagining, practicing, remembering, and organizing to get there. As Black feminist revolutionary writer June Jordan said, “we are the ones we have been waiting for.” Now is the time to generously bring forth our gifts and throw down for our collective liberation. So again, thank you for choosing to be here.Let's dream forward.Episode transcript: Coming soon!Sogorea Te' Land Trust: https://sogoreate-landtrust.org/Save the West Berkeley Shellmound: https://shellmound.org/June Jordan: http://www.junejordan.com/The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Violence Within Activist Communities, ed. Ching-In Chen, Jai Dulani, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha: https://www.akpress.org/revolutionstartsathome.htmlDemocracy Now!, “Remembering Grace Lee Boggs (1915-2015): ‘We Have to Change Ourselves in Order to Change the World'”: https://www.democracynow.org/2015/10/6/remembering_grace_lee_boggs_1915_2015Kim Tran: https://www.kimtranphd.com/ Kyra Jones: https://www.kyrajones.me/Adrienne Skye Roberts: http://therapywithadrienneskye.com/Mia Mingus: https://www.soiltjp.org & https://leavingevidence.wordpress.com Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective: https://batjc.wordpress.com/For additional resources, including this episode's ASL video: https://www.weriseproduction.com/therealworkzAnda of DiaspoRADiCAL: @diaspo.radical on Instagram & https://soundcloud.com/diasporadicalConnect with us at weriseproduction[at]protonmail[dot]com, and follow us on Facebook & Instagram at weriseproduction, & on twitter at WeRiseProducers.
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An ASL interpreter who was hired to work on Broadway's The Lion King shows says he and another ASL interpreter were asked to step down from the show because it would be inappropriate for them to interpret for black actors on The Lion King.
After boarding a plane on a one-way ticket to Barcelona in 2011 to live with a host family she had never met, the life of today's guest changed forever when she spent a year becoming fluent in Spanish. Dominique's unique take on how to learn Spanish as an adult has inspired many to jump into language learning. She has helped hundreds of her students build confidence in communicating with their families, having authentic connections with locals on their travels, and simply living the language. Dominique reminds us that “it's never too late to learn a new language” She is based in Austin, Texas, where she loves to go salsa dancing at the W Hotel and paddle boarding on Lady Bird Lake. But you'll also find her in Mexico City for good chunks of the year, spending time with her husband's family.Only on the podcast that brings you your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter. -----------------------------Connect with Dominique CorderoWebsiteInstagramFacebook-----------------------------
Following the midterm maps, Nicholas (educator) and Kristina (educational ASL interpreter) reflect on how their family is reframing views on being "blue dots in red states." From drawing a comparison to squid skin, they ask: Are we defeating ourselves because being unique requires loneliness?Family Projects: www.glassroomhive.com
Come and see FRANKENSTEIN at Ohlone College in Fremont, California. The slogan "It's Alive" brings to mind images of a giant monster slowly approaching, with silver wires protruding from its neck. The Ohlone College Theatre and Dance department is putting a spooky twist on Mary Shelley's classic 1818 novel Frankenstein. This is the perfect event for you if you're looking for a good scare after Halloween. This new adaptation by Nick Dear and directed by Michael Navarra tells the classic story from the creature's perspective, bringing a new and more poetic perspective to the tale. Frankenstein's creature is childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form. He is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes and increasingly desperate and vengeful, he determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. The story highlights the importance of scientific responsibility, cognitive development, and the nature of good and evil through a thrilling and deeply disturbing gothic tale. Audiences will get a chance to see this masterpiece beginning November 11 at the Smith Center. Dates: November 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 8pm. ASL interpreted November 12. Where: Smith Center at Ohlone College Tickets: $15 Students Admission $20 General Admission Purchase tickets online at: www.smithcenter.com Smith Center Box Office: 510-659-6031 Warning: This production contains acts of violence and other content not suitable for some audiences. Viewer discretion is advised. For more information: https://www.ohlone.edu/theatredance/performances________________________________________________________________________ Leave a review on Apple Podcasts (Itunes) Green Room On Air Web Site: http://greenroomonair.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/raysgreenroom/ Opening and Closing Music by Carly Ozard: http://carlyozard.com Contact Ray at Green Room on Air: email@example.com
My guest this week is Shira Naomi from Replace Denver BSL. They join us to give a follow up on the progress Denver has made with their replacement of breed specific legislation, gives us some history of its origins, and shares how we can help change and prevent breed specific legislation moving forward. You can learn more on their website www.replacedenverbsl.org or on social media @replacedenverbsl. Thanks for listening! If you liked what you heard, please rate, review, and subscribe. If you have ideas for future guests please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow me @theanimalrescuepod on Instagram. ASL only: https://youtube.com/channel/UCptgszJ03WBmP_RJZOx6o6w Voice only: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-animal-rescue-podcast-what-you-always-wanted-to/id1548213393 https://open.spotify.com/show/04F2HQcGPGdXWxktsEDI90?si=42NLPNR6RLqcLf208Fi3hw&dl_branch=1
Hope you enjoy the brief banter about Chili Parties, before we get in to what Dave has played lately which is ASL Scenario 206: A Line Too Thinly Held. Dave is defending with the Americans against Dave T's North Koreans who are attacking at night. We then finish the prisoner rules/quiz section (finally). This portion covers how we move our prisoners around the Advanced Squad Leader Board, the
Meet Steven Snow, The Executive Director of the Idaho Council of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Steve is a Deaf adult that uses ASL as his primary form of communication. Steve has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Gallaudet University. It is my honor to work with Steve on the Idaho Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. He is working hard to make sure the deaf/hard of hearing citizens in Idaho. You can find more about CDHH at their website: https://cdhh.idaho.gov/ Steven Bio from the CDHH website: M.A., Gallaudet University, Community Counseling, 2001 B.A., Gallaudet University, Communication Studies, 1998 Steve is a proud native of Idaho. He was raised in Gooding, Idaho. He went to the Idaho School for the Deaf, and then graduated from Gallaudet University in 1998 with a B.A. in Communication Studies. After graduation, he continued his education and received his M.A. in Community Counseling. After his completion, Steve spent seven years working as an Academic/ Career Advisor at Gallaudet University. He has also served as an adjunct faculty in the Communication Studies Department, teaching Public Speaking for several years. During his tenure in Washington D.C., Steve has served on several task forces and committees such as: Academic Technology Advisory Committee, Student with Disabilities Advisory Board, University Accreditation taskforce on Shared Governance, and Foundation of Excellence Workgroup that focused on organizational operations and budget. Steve was enrolled in his Ph.D. studies toward counseling studies but is on leave now. He continues to work as a public speaking consultant. He has participated in several video productions for the Deaf as an actor. Mr. Snow is married to Davina Asmus and they relocated to Boise in January 2008 from Columbia, Maryland with their four children. If your child has received the same diagnosis you are in the right place. I welcome you into our tribe. Follow us on Instagram @hearing_mamas_tribe Join our private facebook group: Hearing Mamas Tribe https://www.facebook.com/groups/hearingmamastribe Find the Transcript of this episode here: Episode 31: Steven Snow Willing to share your story? Apply here: https://forms.gle/8zmsWLk43PyT5C838 This podcast is intended for families to share their own personal journeys without judgment. The stories they share are their own. Their stories are their own personal beliefs. Please respect and honor each family's choices. The professionals and others who share their own opinions. All information presented is educational and should not be misconstrued as personal medical advice. It's the responsibility of the parent or guardian or self to seek medical attention if there are concerns for a child or self including asking their healthcare personal about any clarification that may apply to their concern or situation. This podcast is meant for education and should not replace clinical recommendations or judgment of whomever is evaluating the patient. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gretchen-fors/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gretchen-fors/support
Can you believe there still are cannibals out here? We'll talk about a couple who were eating people. A forever or fail of a woman who is getting married the same day as her fiancee's ex, who his mom is close to. We will also speak on some wanted advice of a man who's wife has not taken the time to learn ASL to communicate with her FIL and so much more! It goes down in the DM: Its the podcast that made it to radio Tuesdays from 6:00 PM-8:00 PM EST on https://venom.fm Use the Venom Alexa skill to listen to us by saying "Alexa, open venom radio." Then tell her to "Play live." Our graphics designer: https://allthingsledawn.com #DownInTheDMPod #DITDM #DannyAndMichele It's a jammed packed show and we would love for you to join us on our journey back to podcasting! Be ready for more incredible love content every Sunday E-mail us for anything and everything: email@example.com Use the hashtags to send us content Unpopular Opinions: #DITDMOpinion Creepy DMs: #DITDMCreepy Tiktok Tare downs: #DITDMTaredown Book reviews: #DITDMReview
Last episode, we focused on the accountability part of community accountability. We explored how changing our behavior to live accountably is lifelong work, is violence prevention, takes building skills until they become muscle memory. Fortunately for us, Mia gave us many opportunities to practice. In this episode, we learn from this practice – and – we focus on the community part of community accountability. Mia emphasized that transformative justice is not about intervening in or saving someone else's community – TJ is responding to harm, violence, and abuse in our OWN communities. So as we built up fundamental TJ skills, she guided us to envision the changes we'd like to see in Bay Area theater.Episode transcript: Coming soon!Sogorea Te' Land Trust: https://sogoreate-landtrust.org/Save the West Berkeley Shellmound: https://shellmound.org/Story F.4. “Surviving and Doing Sexual Harm: A Story of Accountability and Healing” from Section 4.F: Taking Accountability in the Creative Interventions Toolkit: A Practical Guide to Stop Interpersonal Violence: https://www.creative-interventions.org/toolkit/“What Is Accountability” panel recorded at Building Accountable Communities: A National Gathering on Transforming Harm on April 27, 2019 at Barnard College, NYC featuring Shannon Perez-Darby, Esteban Kelly, RJ Maccani, Mia Mingus, Sonya Shah, and Leah Todd, and moderated by Piper Anderson: https://bcrw.barnard.edu/videos/building-accountable-communities-what-is-accountability/Theater-Specific Case Study #1 - Abusive Rehearsal Room: https://f2606a71-bda8-4907-8ea6-d848e7fd6671.usrfiles.com/ugd/f2606a_5869addf765749b99d63019969bf0ceb.pdfTheater-Specific Case Study #2 - Award-Winning Director + Sexual Violence: https://f2606a71-bda8-4907-8ea6-d848e7fd6671.usrfiles.com/ugd/f2606a_310f018b45de437bb24639f478166068.pdfBATJC Case Studies: https://batjc.wordpress.com/resources/case-studies/Mia Mingus: https://www.soiltjp.org & https://leavingevidence.wordpress.comBay Area Transformative Justice Collective: https://batjc.wordpress.com/For additional resources, including this episode's ASL video: https://www.weriseproduction.com/therealworkzAnda of DiaspoRADiCAL: @diaspo.radical on Instagram & https://soundcloud.com/diasporadicalConnect with us at weriseproduction[at]protonmail[dot]com, and follow us on Facebook & Instagram at weriseproduction, & on twitter at WeRiseProducers.
Daniel Tamayo is a translator, interpreter practitioner and educator. Daniel taught Translation and Interpretation at the University of California at Riverside, as well as in Cal State University, Fullerton, for over 13 years, and Spanish at California State Polytechnic University for about 10 years. He has served on the executive boards and committees of various national and California based translation and interpreting organizations. He has presented regularly at several of their annual conferences and has conducted various training workshops and seminars for them over the years. Daniel is the owner of the California-based language services company GlobalTradu Language Services. Through GlobalTradu Language Services he has conducted trainings for public and private institutions in the US and abroad.Tune in on the podcast that shares your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter!-----------------------------Connect with Daniel TamayoWebsiteLinkedInTwitter-----------------------------
Gezi ve Fotoğraf Gezmenin tadına varma imkânı bulan insanlar bana hak vereceklerdir. Geziye alışanlar hep yeni coğrafyalar, yeni heyecanlar arar, o güzel anlarda tanıdıkları kişilerle arkadaşlık kurar hatta yolculuktan sonra bile aynı insanlarla hoş ilişkilerin devam etmesini isterler. Yolculuklar sıklaştıkça, ilanlı turlardan daha farklı turlar arar ve yeni gezilerde aynı heyecanı paylaşan arkadaşlarımızla birlikte olmayı isteriz. Dönüşte, anılarımızı ve "birlikte geçirdiğimiz o eşsiz anları" anmaktan hoşlanırız. Aslında yaptığımız bu gezilerin hayatımızın en iyi anlarından olması şaşılacak bir şey değil. Çünkü gezi her şeyden önce sağlıklı olduğumuzun bir göstergesidir. Yolculuğun bir başka güzelliği ise, dünyanın en sakin köşelerine gitsek bile, kendi yuvamıza döneceğimiz inancıyla yola çıkmamız. Ama bana kalırsa o heyecanları biriyle paylaşmak işin en güzel yanı. Gezilere bir de profesyonel fotoğraf eklendiği zaman, boyutlar daha da değişiyor ve amaçlar doğuyor. Fotoğrafları, aile ve dostlarımızın dışında dergi ve kitaplara belge olarak sunmak, halka açık yerlerde dia gösterisi düzenlemek söz konusu. Büyük bir sabırla çalışma isteyen bu yeni boyutta, fotoğrafları büyük bir titizlikle çektikten sonra doğru bilgilerle desteklememiz gerekiyor. Fotoğrafa ciddi olarak başladığım günlerde asıl işim tekstil ticaretiydi. Fotoğrafçılığımı gezilerde ilerletmem aslında çok doğal. Bayramları ve uzun tatilleri, hafta sonlarını bile değerlendirdim. Fırsat buldukça geziler uzamaya başladı. Daha bir geziden dönmeden iki yıl sonra yapılabilecek gezi konuşuluyor, bilgi almak için kitap ve dergiler karıştırılıyordu. Büyük bir sabırla çektiğim fotoğraflar beğenildikçe, cesaret alarak daha iyilerini yapmaya çalışıyordum. Yolculuklar, dia gösterileri, sergiler, söyleşiler, yarışmalar ve ödüller birbirini kovaladı. Yaşam tarzımız değişti. Yeni yeni arkadaşlıklar, gruplar oluştu. İlişkiler güçlendi. İşin en güzel yanı bu. Hayat gençken hiç bitmeyecekmiş gibi görünüyorsa da, yaşlanınca ve hele hele gezilerle dolunca kısacık görünmeye başlıyor. Son yıllarda da gezilerim sayesinde edindiğim fotoğraf deneyimlerini yeni kuşaklara aktarabilmek bence büyük bir mutluluk daha. Fotoğraflarım beğeni kazanırken, dergi ve kitaplarda yayınlanması ve böylece birilerine yol göstermesi elbette çok sevindirici bir sonuç. Sanıyorum ki 20 yıl önce tuttuğum yol yalnız benim değil tüm ailemin hatta beni izleyen birçok kişinin hayatına renk ve mutluluk kattı.
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Bu video 07/08/2016 tarihinde yayınlanan "MUHÂSEBE, HİDAYET VE ZULÜM" isimli bamtelinden alınmıştır. Tamamı burada:https://www.herkul.org/bamteli/bamtel... Kur'an ve Sünnet ile yolunuzu test ediyor, her türlü beklentiye kapalı yaşıyor ve kendinizi sürekli sorguluyorsanız, korkmayın; Allah sizi zayi etmeyecektir!.. * Başımıza gelen bela ve musibetleri kendimize ait bir kısım hata ve kusurların neticesi olarak görmemiz, yüzümüzü Cenâb-ı Hakk'a döndürmemizi sağlar, istiğfar ve tevbeye yönelmemize vesile olur ve içimizde şu duyguyu tetikler: Biz ettik, Sen etme!.. N'olur ya Rab, n'olur ya Rab! Neyin eksik olur ya Rab!.. Biz ettik, Sen etme!.. * Halis bir mü'min yaptığı hizmetler karşısında beklentisizdir; muvaffakiyetleri Allah'tan bilir; şayet onların gerçekleşmesinde bir kısım vesilelerden bahsetmesi gerekirse, uhuvveti, vifak ve ittifakı, arkadaşlarının sa'y ve gayretlerini nazara verir. Zannediyorum, Hazreti Fatih'i İstanbul'un fethinden dolayı yüzüne karşı takdir edecek olsaydınız, o size babasının ve Hacı Bayram Veli hazretlerinin dualarını, Hızır Çelebilerin ve Ulubatlı Hasanların gayretlerini hatırlatır, “İhtimal ki Cenâb-ı Hak bunlar vesilesiyle beni muvaffak kıldı ama ben kendimi o işin içinde çok görmüyorum.” derdi. * “Akla mağrur olma Eflâtun-ı vakt olsan dahi / Bir edîb-i kâmil gördükde tıfl-ı mekteb ol!.” (Nef'î) * Allah'ın rızasını tahsil yolunda, hizmet adına ne yaparsak yapalım onu az görmeli, gayretlerimizi yetersiz bulmalı ve hep “Benim yerimde bir başkası bulunsaydı, bu iş katlanarak giderdi; aklı başında bir insan benim yapamadığımı yapar ve bu işten yüz tane semere çıkarırdı.” mülahazasıyla dolu olmalıyız. Allah'ın bu yoldaki ihsanları, birer hil'attir; güzellik libasa ve onu giydiren Allah'a aittir!.. * Allah Teâla, Hizmet gönüllülerine yirmi küsur sene gibi çok kısa sayılabilecek bir zaman diliminde yüz yetmiş ülkede bin dört yüzün üzerinde okul açtırdı, bir o kadar da kültür merkezi ve dil kursu gibi müesseseler lütfetti. Aslında bu O'nun giydirdiği bir hil'attir ve meseleye Hazreti Üstad'ın dile getirdiği şu zaviyeden bakılmalıdır: * “Nasıl ki murassa' ve müzeyyen bir elbise-i fahireyi biri sana giydirse ve onunla çok güzelleşsen, halk sana dese: ‘Maşaallah çok güzelsin, çok güzelleştin.' Eğer sen tevazukârane desen: ‘Hâşâ!.. Ben neyim, hiç. Bu nedir, nerede güzellik?' O vakit küfran-ı nimet olur ve hulleyi sana giydiren mâhir sanatkâra karşı hürmetsizlik olur. Eğer müftehirane desen: ‘Evet ben çok güzelim, benim gibi güzel nerede var, benim gibi birini gösteriniz.' O vakit, mağrurane bir fahirdir. İşte fahirden, küfrandan kurtulmak için demeli ki: ‘Evet ben güzelleştim, fakat güzellik libasındır ve dolayısıyla libası bana giydirenindir, benim değildir.'” * İşte bu, tahdis-i nimet mülâhazasıdır. Meseleye bu şekilde yaklaşan insanlar Hakk'ın nimetlerine karşı nankörlük yapmamış olacakları gibi gurur, kibir ve fahre de düşmemiş olurlar. Hatta daha temkinli Hizmet erleri her türlü muvaffakiyet karşısında tahdis-i nimette bulunmakla beraber onun bir istidraç olabileceği endişesini de taşırlar. “Ey iman edenler! Siz kendinizi düzeltmeye bakın! Siz doğru yolda olduktan sonra sapanlar size zarar veremezler.”
Today we're honored to have an old friend (and eco-witch) on the show! Melissa is the founder & owner of @great.fullgoods in Harrisonburg, Virginia - the sustainable general store selling practical goods without the plastic. Not only is Melissa an entrepreneur, but she's also an ASL interpreter with 20 years of experience and a mom of four. Some of Brooke's fondest memories with her (as you'll hear her tearfully recount in the episode, lol) involve the way Melissa mothers & cares for those around her. She's a force to be reckoned with and easily one of the most extraordinary people you'll ever meet. Everyone, say hello to the epitome of the divine feminine – Melissa Nguyen! Check out the Witchful Thinking Coven & like us on Facebook! Apply to be a guest on the show! Follow GreatFull Goods on Instagram Follow The Witchful Thinking Podcast on Instagram Follow The Witchful Thinking Podcast on Twitter Follow Brooke on Instagram Follow Liz on Instagram Snag some merch!
On this episode, we'll be covering the premiere of Season 2 of Love During Lockup! On this episode, Tai is back and her love triangle with Boston and Hottie is as tangled as ever, Melissa tries to recapture those high school cheerleader days, Emily buys herself the ring she deserves with Dauri's money, Chelsea is impressed with Mikey's effort to learn ASL, and Justine makes it so her wedding is going to be a surprise. As always, we'll end with our students of the week, class dunces and life lessons. If you like what you hear, please give us a five star rating and leave a review. If you also watch 90 Day Fiance, you should check out our other podcast feed. You can reach us on Instagram (@90DayMmkay) or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to another episode with two Functional Health Practitioners. Today, Dr. Kylie and Julie Alsaker discuss how she transitioned from her role as an ASL interpreter in the medical field, delivering messages, to finding her voice and helping people move away from fear-based decision-making. She also talks about her journey to overcoming Hashimoto's disease. And then, Jessica Watterud shines the light on B Vitamins, sharing how B Vitamins impact our neurotransmitters, which we often associate with anxiety and depression, and how trauma affects most B Vitamins. This episode with these two women will make you believe in the power of healing the whole person instead of just treating the symptoms. So make sure you give it a listen! Julie Alsaker is a Functional Blood Specialist, Nutrigenomics Advisor, and Holistic Health Professional. She is the founder of Better Than Normal Health and the host of https://anchor.fm/betterthannormalhealth (Easy+1 Podcast). Some folks fondly refer to her as “The 3rd Generation Crazy Lady.” Jessica Watterud is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and a Functional Blood Specialist based in North Dakota. She is the founder of Path Toward Healing, her private Health Consultancy and Functional Medicine Practice. “I wish people could understand the impact that their food makes.” - Julie Alsaker “If your body is under stress, the mind isn't gonna allow you to heal because it's focusing on other things.” - Jessica Watterud In This Episode: - How do you get started as a sign language interpreter? - The most frustrating moment in the life of an ASL interpreter in the medical field and how Julie was affected by it - Shifting your mindset and refusing to make decisions out of fear - How Julie is transitioning from being a messenger to delivering her message. What message would she tell her patients? - Significant changes Julie had to make to combat Hashimoto's disease - One thing you can do right now to start feeling better - Jessica talks about the beautiful blend of counseling and functional medicine - What exactly is EMDR therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)? - Why do we need B Vitamins? - How can you supplement the lack of B Vitamins? - Jessica shares how she counsels people with anxiety and depression and helps them heal - Knowing what she knows now, what would Jessica do differently? And more! Resources: - https://www.amazon.com/Why-Are-Labs-Normal-background-ebook/dp/B09SF9PXRQ (Why Are My Labs Normal? Your guide to reading your own blood work; no medical background needed) - http://drkylieburton.com/programs/ (Join the 90-Day Coaching Program with Dr. Kylie Burton) Connect with Julie Alsaker: - https://betterthannormalhealth.com/ (Website) - https://www.instagram.com/betterthannormalhealth/ (Instagram) - https://www.facebook.com/BetterThanNormalHealth/ (Facebook) - https://anchor.fm/betterthannormalhealth (Easy+1 Podcast) Connect with Jessica Watterud: - http://pathtowardhealing.com/ (Website) - https://www.facebook.com/groups/385802117097948 (Facebook Group) Connect with Dr. Kylie: - https://drkylieburton.com/ (Website) - https://www.instagram.com/drkylieburton/ (Instagram) - https://web.facebook.com/drkylieburton/ (Facebook) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdqJbAS6ocKydcjNiDQoauw (YouTube) *Sponsored by Systemic Formulas* - For all practitioners, join SF via the FB group I run:https://www.facebook.com/groups/716554078541135 ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/716554078541135) - For everyone else, learn about the products by following them on IG: https://instagram.com/systemic_formulas?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= (https://instagram.com/systemic_formulas?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=) The brand new Mybyome products are now available too! Learn more at https://mybyome.com/products/ (mybyome.com). Order the Mybyome products now available at...
My guest this week is Devan Schowe from Born Free USA. We discuss primate welfare and conservation, why we should care, and so much more! You can learn more about the organization and their work online at www.bornfreeusa.org or on social media @bornfreeusaorg. Thanks for listening! If you liked what you heard, please rate, review, and subscribe. If you have ideas for future guests please email me at email@example.com or follow me @theanimalrescuepod on Instagram. ASL only: https://youtube.com/channel/UCptgszJ03WBmP_RJZOx6o6w Voice only: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-animal-rescue-podcast-what-you-always-wanted-to/id1548213393 https://open.spotify.com/show/04F2HQcGPGdXWxktsEDI90?si=42NLPNR6RLqcLf208Fi3hw&dl_branch=1
Mohammed Nagy graduated with a bachelor's degree in English Language and Literature in 2016 and started his career as a literature teacher for 1 year before becoming an interpreter. In the last 7 years, Mohammed has dedicated himself to improving his skills and ascending the ranks with the goal to become a very highly rated interpreter. Mohammed is a medical interpreter, RSI United Nations Interpreter, court interpreter and recently became an interpreter manager. He joins us today to share the tipping point of his interpreter career that led him to discovering about compassion fatigue and how it affects interpreters. Only on the podcast that brings you your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter!-----------------------------Connect with Mohammed NagyLinkedIn-----------------------------YOUR AD HERE----------------------------- Thanks for tuning in, till next time!
It's time to do something really spooky. Play Advanced Squad Leader in miniature! That's a really scary and FUN idea, boys and girls! We are thrilled to have Hayes Wauford join us for this episode and have him compare notes with Dave about how each of them approached the task at hand. Hayes has made some fantastic WWII terrain for his games and you can hear about it here. And see more of it's
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Producers Ryan and Katerina report on what makes a show or concert accessible to the deaf community and they look at, and try on, some technology from Music: Not Impossible that could help make attending concerts and experiencing music more accessible. Music Not Impossible created what they call “Haptic Suits,” specifically designed for the deaf and hard of hearing. The suits are used to translate music into vibrations that people can then feel throughout their entire body, which can provide a greater connection to music for deaf and hard of hearing communities, and break down barriers between hearing and deaf concert-goers. They spoke with a number of guests about this cutting-edge technology that's making the experience of music accessible for all. Guests: Jeff Rosen, who is a Grateful Dead fan, and a Deafhead (which is what people who are deaf and also Grateful Dead fans, call themselves). Jeff was also the Chairman of the National Council on Disability under the Obama Administration and is now the general legal counsel for a company called Convo Communications LLC. We spoke to Jeff about the history of accessibility at Grateful Dead shows and what it means to have an accessible concert or venue. Paddy Hanlon is a co-founder of Music: Not Impossible and a Vibro DJ. He gave our producers a demo of their Haptic Suits at Nublu 151 in the East Village, New York. Alberto Madero, an ASL sign language interpreter, and his mother Merry Cuascut (Alberto interpreted for his mother), about their experience trying on Music: Not Impossible's Haptic Suits at Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra this summer. Shelly Guy through an ASL interpreter about her experience trying on Music: Not Impossible's Haptic Suits at Lincoln Center's "An Evening of Access Magic " at their Silent Disco this summer. Shelly is a director of Community Engagement and Events Coordinator and the Director of Artistic Sign Language for Body Language Productions. She is also a performer and a deaf interpreter and works very closely with a non-profit organization called Up Until Now Collective. Song credits: Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, Performed by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, conducted by Louis Langrée with pianist Conrad Tao. JOYRYDE & Skrillex - AGEN WIDA Binarium by Danny Dunlap, who is one of Music: Not Impossible's Vibro Tactile Composers and a Vibro DJ.
Tonight I welcome @Kyle - AA0Z back onto the channel to talk more about Allstar. We want to create an Allstar QSO Party, but the last time we tried on my Hub, it was too much traffic for the RPi to handle, so let's try installing it into the CLOUD! Tonight we will run through the steps to get AllstarLink up and running on a VPS - virtual private server.Thanks to Dreamhost for sponsoring this video, you can get an awesome deal on web and cloud hosing at this link - https://www.dreamhost.com/ham
Producers Ryan and Katerina report on what makes a show or concert accessible to the deaf community and they look at, and try on, some technology from Music: Not Impossible that could help make attending concerts and experiencing music more accessible. Music Not Impossible created what they call “Haptic Suits,” specifically designed for the deaf and hard of hearing. The suits are used to translate music into vibrations that people can then feel throughout their entire body, which can provide a greater connection to music for deaf and hard of hearing communities, and break down barriers between hearing and deaf concert-goers. They spoke with a number of guests about this cutting-edge technology that's making the experience of music accessible for all. Guests: Jeff Rosen, who is a Grateful Dead fan, and a Deafhead (which is what people who are deaf and also Grateful Dead fans, call themselves). Jeff was also the Chairman of the National Council on Disability under the Obama Administration and is now the general legal counsel for a company called Convo Communications LLC. We spoke to Jeff about the history of accessibility at Grateful Dead shows and what it means to have an accessible concert or venue. Paddy Hanlon is a co-founder of Music: Not Impossible and a Vibro DJ. He gave our producers a demo of their Haptic Suits at Nublu 151 in the East Village, New York. Alberto Madero, an ASL sign language interpreter, and his mother Merry Cuascut (Alberto interpreted for his mother), about their experience trying on Music: Not Impossible's Haptic Suits at Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra this summer. Shelly Guy through an ASL interpreter about her experience trying on Music: Not Impossible's Haptic Suits at Lincoln Center's "An Evening of Access Magic " at their Silent Disco this summer. Shelly is a director of Community Engagement and Events Coordinator and the Director of Artistic Sign Language for Body Language Productions. She is also a performer and a deaf interpreter and works very closely with a non-profit organization called Up Until Now Collective. Song credits: Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, Performed by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, conducted by Louis Langrée with pianist Conrad Tao. Binarium by Danny Dunlap, who is one of Music: Not Impossible's Vibro Tactile Composers and a Vibro DJ. Check out this video of Katerina and Ryan talking to Shelly Guy and her interpreter Brandon about haptic technologies:
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Siz “mizan” deyip sırat-ı müstakîm üzere yürümeye gayret ederken, bir kısım gulyabanîler önünüzü kesebilirler. “Geçmiş ümmetlerin başlarına gelenlere mâruz kalmadan Cennet'e gireceğinizi mi sandınız?” Cenâb-ı Hak, şöyle buyuruyor: أَمْ حَسِبْتُمْ أَنْ تَدْخُلُوا الْجَنَّةَ وَلَمَّا يَأْتِكُمْ مَثَلُ الَّذِينَ خَلَوْا مِنْ قَبْلِكُمْ مَسَّتْهُمُ الْبَأْسَاءُ وَالضَّرَّاءُ وَزُلْزِلُوا حَتَّى يَقُولَ الرَّسُولُ وَالَّذِينَ آمَنُوا مَعَهُ مَتَى نَصْرُ اللهِ أَلاَ إِنَّ نَصْرَ اللهِ قَرِيبٌ “Yoksa siz, daha önce geçmiş ümmetlerin başlarına gelen durumlara mâruz kalmadan Cennet'e gireceğinizi mi sandınız?!. Evet, onlar öyle ezici mihnetlere, zorluklara dûçar oldular ve öyle şiddetle sarsıldılar ki, Peygamber ve yanındakiler, ‘Allah'ın vaad ettiği yardım ne zaman yetişecek?' diyecek hale geldiler. İyi bilin ki Allah'ın yardımı yakındır.” (Bakara, 2/214) Zannediyorum, en ağır olan da bu, Kur'an-ı Kerim'de. أَمْ حَسِبْتُمْ أَنْ تَدْخُلُوا الْجَنَّةَ وَلَمَّا يَأْتِكُمْ مَثَلُ الَّذِينَ خَلَوْا مِنْ قَبْلِكُمْ Sizden evvelkilerin başlarına gelen şeyler, başınıza gelmeden, cennete gireceğinizi mi sanıyorsunuz?!. مَسَّتْهُمُ الْبَأْسَاءُ وَالضَّرَّاءُ Türlü türlü baskılar, tazyikler, balyozlamalar, preslemeler ve aynı zamanda değişik zararlar, ızdırar etmeler karşısında, وَزُلْزِلُوا Sarsıldılar. Sarsılma, devrilme demek değildir. İnsanın, tabiatı icabı, bir yere kadar gücü-kuvveti vardır. Bir yerde belâ ve musibetlerin, esen fırtınaların, hortumların, tayfunların, tsunamilerin şiddetine göre bir insanın şöyle-böyle sendelemesi mukadderdir. Evet, وَزُلْزِلُوا diyor, aynı zamanda sarsıldılar onlar. Öyle ki, حَتَّى يَقُولَ الرَّسُولُ Ta ki Rasûl şöyle dedi. Aslında Rasûller o türlü şeylerde şikâyete girmezler. Fakat himmetleri âli olan insanlar, bir yönüyle başkalarının ızdıraplarını kendi ruhlarında yaşadıklarından dolayı, arkalarındaki insanların immün sistemlerini gözetirler. Onun için, arkasındakilerin mukavemetleri açısından ilk önce “Rasûl” diyor. حَتَّى يَقُولَ الرَّسُولُ Ya Râb!.. Fırtınalar böyle şiddetle eserse, böyle çınarlar bile devrilirse, selviler bile böyle devrilirse, toprak savrulursa, sular köpürür durursa şayet, herkes buna dayanamayabilir! Onun için, Peygamber öne alınıyor orada; حَتَّى يَقُولَ الرَّسُولُ Demek ki, her Peygamberin başına gelen bir şey olması itibariyle, oradaki harf-i tarifi “cins” için ele alacak olursanız, “bütün Peygamberler cinsi” dersiniz veya “istiğrak” için alacak olursanız, o mevzuda bütün Peygamberler, hatta belki verese-i enbiya dahi aynı şeyi söylediler şeklinde anlarsınız. “Allah'ın vaad ettiği yardım ne zaman yetişecek?” Sonra, وَالَّذِينَ آمَنُوا مَعَهُ Onunla beraber olanlar bile. Bir “maiyyet”e mazhar olanlar. “Beyne-beyne” olanlar, Araf'ta duranlar, o türlü durumlarda hemen yeni bir yer, yeni bir yön seçer, hemen durumlarını belirlerler. İtiraf adı altında iftirada bulunur, münafıklık yaparlar. Villalar karşılığında dize gelirler, filolar karşısında dize gelirler. 5-10 lira karşısında dize gelirler. Fakat Nebi ile beraber olanlar, Nebi ile beraber dururlar; “maiyyet-i hâsse”ye mazhar olan insanlar da Nebi'nin dediğini derler: مَتَى نَصْرُ اللهِ Yâ Rabbi! Nusret edeceğin muhakkak da… İnanıyoruz, rahmetin gazabına sebkat etmiştir. Sen Rahman u Rahim'sin. Allah dedikten sonra “Rahman u Rahim” diyorsun, “Hayy u Kayyum” diyorsun. مَتَى نَصْرُ اللهِ Yardım ne zaman?!. Biliyoruz gelecek o ama ne zaman, merak ediyoruz!.. Tayfun, tayfun üstüne; fırtına, fırtına üstüne; tsunami, tsunami üstüne; her taraf işgale maruz kalıyor; “Allah'ın vaad ettiği yardım ne zaman yetişecek?”
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