The 26th annual Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival opens in October. From October 15-19, film aficionados can watch movies at the Marcus North Shore Cinema in Mequon and then continue to stream selections at home through October 29. Carrying on the rich tradition of celebrating the finest in Jewish film and filmmaking, the 2023 Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival features a variety of intriguing and engaging movies from around the world. This year's festival includes thought-provoking films from France, Germany, Israel, Italy and United States.Dori chats with guests from the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center (JCC) about event and some of the films. One thing to note: these movies aren't available to stream outside of the festival. Movies Remembering Gene WilderFarewell Mr. HaffmannMatchmakingThe PathWhere Life Begins
There are now two investigations into how a fishing boat carrying thousands of litres of diesel ran aground near a Banks Peninsula marine reserve. Conservationists are worried endangered wildlife could be wiped out by the spill from the Austro Carina, which is stuck in big seas near Shell Bay. Anna Sargent reports.
Where do you go to escape the pain of reality? Today, author Chloé Cooper Jones shares: The survival strategy many of us use to retreat from our lives and how to become more present; How she grapples with the world dehumanizing her disabled body; Why desire and disgust are so connected – and what they teach us; and The thing Chloé wants most – to be seen as inherently whole – and how to get it. About Chloé: Chloé Cooper Jones is a professor, journalist, and the author of the memoir Easy Beauty, which was named a best book of 2022 by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, TIME Magazine, and was a finalist for the 2023 Pulitzer Prize in Memoir. She was also a Pulitzer Prize finalist in Feature Writing in 2020. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. TW: @CCooperJones IG: @chloecooperjones To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sergeant Jose M. Lopez was awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery during the Battle of the Bulge. Carrying and operating a heavy machine gun that was meant to be manned by at least three men, Lopez moved from position to position, defending his company from the German attack. He killed over 100 enemies and is credited with being nearly solely responsible for saving his company.
Every time you join your faith to someone else you are helping carry them to the only One who can heal, save, and deliver. Dr. Jim Scott shows us what is needed to be faith-full friends like those who carried the paralytic man to Jesus, and the power that comes from uniting our faith to those around us. MORE... « Solid Lives » To find out more about the ministry of Solid Lives, visit https://solidlives.com/« Support » Help us get free resources out to more people. To support the ministry of Solid Lives, please visit https://solidlives.com/give/« Podcasts » Listen to weekly messages, or a daily episode from The New Testament Daily on podcast here: https://solidlives.com/podcast/« Jesus' Way » God is calling believers EVERYWHERE to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission, making disciples around the world. Get free resources and find out more at JesusDisciple.com and on the FREE Jesus' Disciple app here: https://subsplash.com/solidlives/appSupport the show
An early race to witness Red Bull Racing win their second consecutive World Constructor Title! Lots of weird events during this one, recounted and discussed in this review. Enjoy!
Every time you join your faith to someone else you are helping carry them to the only One who can heal, save, and deliver. Dr. Jim Scott shows us what is needed to be faith-full friends like those who carried the paralytic man to Jesus, and the power that comes from uniting our faith to those around us.
Esta semana, en Islas de Robinson, reivindicamos aún más nuestra condición a base de más conexiones cósmicas actuales. El "micelio robinsoniano" -al igual que nuestra ilusión por tanta buena música- se extiende sin cesar. Vamos muy bien. Suenan: EDU ERREA - "ROBINSON" (2023) / TESOURO - "AQUÍ CONMIGO" ("AQUÍ CONMIGO", 2022) / LÕBISON - "SHOW SHOW FANTASMA" (2023) / ARDE - "CHOQUE" ("ARDE", 2022) / MOURA - "ENCONTRO CUNHA MOURA FIADEIRA EN DORMEÁ" ("AXEXAN, ESPREITAN", 2022) / MICHELANGELO HYEON - "LATYR TRAVELER SATYR" ("GILEAD", 2023) / TORI - "HYBRIS" ("DESCESE", 2023) / SALLY ANNE MORGAN - "AWAKE" ("CARRYING", 2023) / RABICHE - "LA AYUDA" (2023) / SONLOSGRILLOS - "JARDÍN DE NUBES" ("V", 2023) / CARDELINA - "FLOR DE BEREZO" (2023) / OLIVIA CHANEY - "MARGUERITE" ("SIX FRENCH SONGS", 2023) / Escuchar audio
Carrying a child, giving birth and raising a baby places a huge burden on mothers, physically and emotionally. Each mother's experience is unique and there is no reliable user guide showing how to navigate this transformational stage of life.And while everyone concerned hopes for the mother to have a joyful experience, for many that's not the case. Though it's only received medical recognition in recent decades, postpartum depression, (aka postnatal depression) has been a part of the motherhood journey for millenia.In this episode Thom explores the Vedic perspective on postpartum depression, highlighting the fact that it's much more common than we might think, and inviting us to take a compassionate position, even to the point of reframing our relationships with our own mothers.Episode Highlights[00:47] The Magnificent Gift of Motherhood[03:04] The Needy Sound of a Baby[05:36] A Peaceful Pregnancy: The Ayurveda Way[08:03] Ayurvedic Herbs for New Mothers[10:08] Walking in Mom's Shoes[11:58] Vedic Meditation for Mothers To BeUseful Linksinfo@thomknoles.com https://thomknoles.com/https://www.instagram.com/thethomknoleshttps://www.facebook.com/thethomknoleshttps://www.youtube.com/c/thomknoleshttps://thomknoles.com/ask-thom-anything/
Utah has the worst debt-to-salary ratio in the country. What is going on? Are there just more financial stressors or have we forgotten how to live within our means? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests what they thought about that. Her guests this week include Susan Spiers, CEO of the Utah Association of CPAs and Heather Barney, long time government and communications director, now businesswoman. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the Tough Girl Podcast, we talk with 26-year-old Claire Wyatt, who is currently cycling 16,000km around Australia. Claire is passionate about solo bicycle touring and sharing stories of kindness from around the world. She tells us about her big adventure in Australia, her passion for cycle touring over the past four years, and her early years growing up as one of five children. After studying criminology at Loughborough University, Claire moved to Cambodia to work for a travel company. It was there that she got into cycling in her 20s and eventually went on her first cycle tour around Cambodia for three weeks. She tells us about the lessons she learned on that trip and how it inspired her to continue exploring the world on two wheels. Claire also shares with us the challenges of cycle touring, from budgeting to communication and staying safe on the road. She tells us about the magical moments she's experienced while out on the road and the kindness of strangers she's encountered along the way. Throughout the episode, Claire provides practical advice for women who want to travel by bike, including how to plan a trip, what equipment to invest in, and how to communicate with locals. She also shares the story of how she was inspired by Dervla Murphy, an Irish travel writer who cycled from Ireland to India in the 1960s. If you're interested in following Claire's journey, you can check out her blog and follow her on Instagram at @exploringbybicycle. And don't forget to hit the subscribe button for new episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast every Tuesday at 7am UK time. You can also support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media by visiting www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you for listening! *** Show notes 26 years old Travelling by bike Her big adventure in Australia Her passion for cycle touring over the past 4 years Her early years growing up and being 1 of 5 children Getting into cycling in her 20s after university Having a twin sister Studying criminology at Loughborough University Moving to Cambodia to work for a travel company Her decision making process Taking redundancy Going on her first cycle tour around Cambodia for 3 weeks Figuring it out on the first trip The magic letter and how it helped her communicate with local people Staying with local family and cheap guest houses Heading home during COVID Setting up a small project called Mind over Miles Cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats (LEJOG) to raise funds for the Adventure Therapy Charity The lessons from cycling LEJOG and why it was a good experience The bike - Surly Ogre Investing in new equipment Power while on the road Carrying her laptop and working while on the road Money and budget while on the road Cycling 16,000km around Australia Starting in Tasmania and ending in Perth Planning to cycle from Cambodia back to the UK The challenges of cycle touring Magical moments while out on the road Using Warmshowers for accommodation The kindness of strangers The Great Queensland Rail Adventure Learning mechanics for the bike Communicating with family and using a Zoleo Communicating via radio (Channel 40 in Australia) with the truck drivers Advice for women who want to travel by bike Being inspired by Dervla Murphy Book: Full Tilt: Ireland to India with a Bicycle by Dervla Murphy How to connect with Claire Her blog Social Media Blog: https://wanderingwyatt135121267.wordpress.com/ Instagram: @exploringbybicycle
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Hosts Kenny and Mike discuss and spot faith reflected in the lastest Mission Impossible film, Dead Reckoning. Starring Tom Cruise and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Ethan Hunt (Cruise) and his IMF team must track down a device that threatens political and civil stability throughout the world. Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg reprise their rolls as IMF members Luther Stickell and Benji Dunn. Henry Czerny also reprises his roll as Agent Eugene Kittridge from the original MI as well as Michelle Monaghan reprises her roll as Julia Meade. Vanessa Kirby, Esai Morales, and Hayley Atwell also co-star. Faith Issues Spotted: Forgiveness and Peace: The importance of dealing productively with pain, loss, anger and guilt, rather than ignoring or burying those feelings and experiences. As depicted in the film, Ethan's failure to process his grief, anger, and guilt surrounding losses of persons close to him earlier in his life and career have had a negative impact on him. In the course of the film he is made more vulernable through his carrying that pain and desire for revenge. Carrying and allowing anger, guilt and other emotions to build up can make one susceptible to damaging one's health, career and relationships. Christian faith, and the promise and hope of redemption and new life can assist in working through such pain, anger, and guilt. In Romans 8 Paul teaches that current suffering and trials cannot compare to the goodness of the life to come in God's Kingdom, that God works for Good in all things, and that nothing can separate one from the love of God in Christ. God's love and peace can help persons move through pain and struggle including the power to seek to offer forgiveness instead of resentment or revenge. Jesus and Paul also calls for followers to love and forgive others rather than live with anger and resentment. Matthew 5 & 22, Romans 12 Living out of Faith Rather Than Fear: Related to this is not living and acting from a place of fear, especially in the midst of changing times and circumstances beyond one's control. Acting from and through fear leads to behavior that accepts negative means to be justified by perceived "good ends." Faith in God, who is a God of love who works for our good, even in the midst of struggle, helps one live in a place of faith and peace. Temptation to Use Gifts and Power for Good: The tempation to exploit gifts and power in negative ways rather than use them for good. Technology has emense power that can be used for the benefit of an individual or society, or be exploited an used for harm. In the film a technology that could be used for great good in society is in danger of being used to cause great harm and bring power to an individual or group / nation. The pursuit of the technology becomes desperate with the nations and groups willing to do anything to secure it for their own use. This theme was also reflected in the film Oppenheimer. Technology can be used in less dramatic but still damaging ways. The internet is a tool that can be used to lear and develop or hurt other or even waste time and opportunity for personal growth and development. As persons of faith, Christ calls followers to pursue rigtheousness and the good including love for others, including one's enemies.
When Uzzah was struck dead for touching the Ark, God wanted to show David that His purposes and plans could not be carried by the strength of man. When things seemingly go wrong or when situations appear disastrous, it could be God stopping us in our tracks to prevent us from going away from His original plan for us and for future generations.
Have you ever wondered why women often find themselves juggling a multitude of tasks and responsibilities both at home and in the workplace? Why is it that women seem to be burdened with an invisible load that is attached to the roles traditionally assigned to them? This episode aims to shed light on the concept of the "mental load" carried by women and how it differs from their male counterparts. We will explore the various dimensions of this complex issue, its historical roots, its impact on women's lives, and the urgent need for change in societal norms. Resources Episode Show Notes: Transcript and links mentioned in this episode. Saboteur Assessment: Find out which Saboteurs are impacting your performance, wellness and relationships, and how they do it. Register for the How to Get Mentally Fit webinar: Learn the 3 core muscles to build to gain mental fitness. Leadership Coaching: If you are interested in finding out more about my coaching process, the cost of coaching, or how to ask your employer to pay for you to work with a coach. Leadership Operating System Inventory. Wondering what kind of Leadership traits you have? Take this FREE, FAST self-assessment and find out more about yourself as a Leader. Apply to be on an “On-Air Coaching” episode: Are you a female leader who has been promoted in the last year? You are invited to apply to be on the podcast. Accomplished: How to Go from Dreaming to Doing: The book containing a simple, step by step system that gives you the foundation and structure to take your goals and make them happen.
When we suffer a serious loss, we come face-to-face with the fragile nature of this world. Yet in today's culture, we often try to avoid or deny the deep emotions associated with losing the people and things we love. In this podcast, Tami Simon speaks with therapist and grief consultant Megan Devine about her uniquely helpful books with Sounds True, It's OK That You're Not OK and How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed. Tune in for a much-needed conversation on the best ways to tend one another's pain during periods of loss, as Tami and Megan discuss: the cover-up narrative that "bad things help us grow"; the roots of today's grief phobia; pain vs suffering; grief without a story; the healing power of acknowledgment; tolerating feelings of helplessness; the impulse to fix things; the weaponization of acceptance; time and the notion of complicated grief; the dangers of pathologizing grief; the lost opportunity to reframe grief during the pandemic; naming the awkward instead of silencing yourself; offering concrete assistance rather than an open offer to help; three kinds of hope: transactional, functional, and inhabitable; speaking our truth and allowing others the same; and more. Note: This episode originally aired on Sounds True One, where these special episodes of Insights at the Edge are available to watch live on video and with exclusive access to Q&As with our guests. Learn more at join.soundstrue.com.
For five decades, the legendary southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd have electrified audiences worldwide with their signature sound that captures the soul and spirit of America. Through incredible highs and heartbreaking lows, including the tragic loss of frontman Ronnie Van Zant, Lynyrd Skynyrd has persevered with an indomitable will to keep sharing their gift of music. They continue to tour to sold-out crowds, carrying on their legacy and pursuing the American dream. Now, they bring their southern roots into the spirits world with the aptly-named Hell House whiskey - a fitting tribute to their tenacity and passion for music that has defined generations. The torch is carried by Ronnie's brother, Johnny Van Zant, who joins us to share the story behind Hell House and what lies ahead for this iconic band, whose music is woven into the fabric of American culture with over 30 million records sold. Though faced with adversity, Lynyrd Skynyrd endures, continuing to captivate new generations with their unforgettable sound.
Dr. Champion takes you through an analysis of the New Mexico statutes Governor Grisham cites as her authority to suspend the unalienable right of carrying a firearm by declaring a 'public health emergency', as well as the problem with taking the matter to federal court after two years of federal courts allowing the suppression of [...]
Season 2 Episode 1 [RAISE YOUR VOICE] Flipping The Tables on The Devil with special guest Pastor Myles Rutherford In this powerful podcast, Bishop Chad MacDonald interviews his good friend Pastor Myles Rutherford about his new book ‘Raise Your Voice'. Even in the midst of a corrupted generation, God always has a remnant and there is hope for this nation! This episode will blow your mind and stir you up to take back everything the devil has stolen…Get ready! https://www.revivalfirewm.com FB & IG @revivalfirewm https://www.youtube.com/VoiceofRevival About The Host: Chad MacDonald is the founder of Revival Fire World Ministries, an international prophetic voice, revivalist and published author. Carrying an apostolic anointing, Chad travels extensively through the United States and Internationally. His meetings are marked with the tangible presence of God and accompanied by powerful signs and wonders. His heart burns to see a return to true Pentecostal power and the body of Christ equipped to carry the glory of God. Chad currently resides in Chattanooga with his wife and three children. Website: http://www.revivalfirewm.com To Give & Partner: http://www.revivalfirewm.com/give-now Paypal: paypal.me/revivalfirewm Social Media: FB: https://www.facebook.com/revivalfirewm IG: @revivalfirewm YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/VoiceofRevival Books: Casting Out Devils: A Handbook For Moving in The Supernatural Power of Deliverance https://www.amazon.com/Casting-Out-Devils-Supernatural-Deliverance/dp/B0857B5179 Greater World: Mandate For The Supernatural https://www.amazon.com/Greater-Works-Supernatural-Chad-MacDonald/dp/1725106647 Prayer That Makes Hell Tremble https://www.amazon.com/Prayer-That-Makes-Hell-Tremble/dp/1983554847 Defeating Delilah: Overcoming The Demon That Wants Your Anointing https://www.amazon.com/Defeating-Delilah-Overcoming-Demon-Anointing/dp/1091843201 Rise and Be Healed https://www.amazon.com/Rise-Be-Healed-Receiving-Deliverance/dp/1537246267
Fr. Mike reinforces Jesus' divinity as we read about how Jesus heals people physically, mentally, and spiritually and frees them from the enemy's kingdom of darkness. Fr. Mike also encourages us to not be afraid when we experience persecution and division for the sake of Christ, but to rather courageously carry the Cross. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
WDAY First News anchors Scott Engen, Lisa Budeau and Lydia Blume break down your regional news for Friday, September 15, 2023. InForum Minute is produced by Forum Communications and brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. Visit https:www.inforum.com/subscribe to subscribe.
9/14/23 7am CT Hour - Brendan Gotta/ Fr. James Kubicki John, Glen and Sarah chat about potential Auto Maker strike and replay a powerful moment on the Patrick Madrid show. Brendan shares what it means to pick up our own individual crosses and explores why it can be so hard to do so in life. Fr. Kubicki talks with Bob from Milwaukee about carrying his cross after his wife died and how to hear God's voice in this storm of life.
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Last week on our program we featured traditional musicians who have acted as mentors to younger players. This week we'll focus on some of the musicians who have benefited from their attention. We'll hear from Stephen Wade, Hannah Shira Naiman, The Early Mays, Jake Blount, The Gilded Bats, Carla Gover and lots more. Traditional music and those who carry it on … this week on The Sing Out Radio Magazine.Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian FolkwaysStephen Wade / “Wild Horse” / Across the Amerikee / Smithsonian FolkwaysBowhunter / “Valley Forge & Banks of the Ohio” / Right Hands Round / Self-producedHannah Shira Naiman / “Willow” / Tether My Heart / MerriweatherThe Moon Shells / “Sally in the Rye” / Seaside Asylum / Self-producedJohn Gallagher & Scott Prouty / “Big Hoedown” / No Corn on Tygart / Self-producedThe Early Mays / “Dear Companion” / The Early Mays / Bird on the WingPopcorn Behavior / “The Old and in the Way Riff” / Strangest Dream / Self-producedJake Blount / “Blackbird Says to the Crow” / Spider Tales / Free DirtStephen Wade / “Uncle Dave's Fandango” / Across the Amerikee / Smithsonian FolkwaysAllison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves / “Beaufort County Jail” / Allison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves / Free DirtThe Gilded Bats / “Cumberland Gap” / The Gilded Bats / Self-producedGailanne Amundsen / “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” / You've Been a Friend to Me / Dirty FeetAll Day Breakfast Stringband / “Half Irish” / Shanghai / Self-producedCarla Gover / “Sweet Fern” / Hush My Restless Soul / June AppalPete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
Father Chris Walsh joined Patrick for a conversation of bearing the sufferings in our life. Topics included: what Jesus means by carrying his cross (2:57), how Jews of Jesus' time heard his teaching (9:21), caller: My husband left our family (15:09), balance bearing cross well with hoping it will be taken (21:30), caller: God won't give us what we can't handle (24:39), offering it up (27:45), caller: my sister died of cancer (29:26), email: grandmother feels hurt that she doesn't have grandkids (31:31), role of the community (36:22), caller: I just had a big operation (40:01), saints (43:44), praying while suffering (48:26). St. Francis de Sales: Here is a meditation from St. Francis de Sales on Carrying our Cross:“The everlasting God has in his wisdom foreseen from eternity the cross that He now presents to you as a gift from His inmost Heart. This cross He now sends you He has considered with His all-knowing eyes, understood with His divine mind, tested with His wise justice, warmed with loving arms and weighed with His own hands to see that it be not one inch too large and not one ounce too heavy for you. He has blessed it with His Holy Name, anointed it with His consolation, taken one last glance at you and your courage, and then sent it to you from heaven, a special greeting from God to you, an alms of the All-Merciful Love of God.”
This week we conclude our discussion of "parenting" as the term has come to imply some "inside track" of parental knowledge that can, supposedly, guarantee a happy and successful kid. Dr. Ken shares the truth that not only is this burden carried mostly by moms but actually by middle-class, white moms. At least that's what New York Times columnist Ylonda Gault Caviness says. https://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/03/opinion/sunday/what-black-moms-know.html Carrying too much of this parenting burden can even result in adult children who blame parents when they should be taking responsibility for their own actions. Now, more than ever, Feeding The Mouth parents need to actively push back against these false expectations that leave too many parents feeling guilty and fearful. Maybe "Feeding The Mouth That Bites You" T-shirts? Got questions or feedback? We want to hear from you! email@example.com Get the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Feeding-Mouth-That-Bites-You/dp/1514762374/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1667269257&sr=8-1 Music provided by the great John David Kent! - https://www.johndavidkent.com/
We are thrilled to have Vuori and Athletic Brewing athlete Jason Hardrath back on the show to smack down the successes and challenges of his latest FKT project. At the beginning of August, Jason smashed the previous record of 60 days with his completion of the Rocky Mountain Grand Slam in less than 40 days. This project included 122 peaks, 698 miles, and 318,799 feet of elevation gain; an endeavor equivalent to summiting Mt. Everest from sea level 11 times. We first had Jason on the show in July of 2022 to celebrate his conquering of Washington state's Bulgers List and his 100th FKT, Have a listen; it's episode 322. And be sure to watch the Athletic Brewing Journey to 100 film so you're all caught up for another film releasing in October on Jason completing an Infinity Loop around Mexico's Pico de Orizaba. But today is all about diving into The Rocky Mountain Grand Slam, and we're pumped because Jason is always up for diving under the surface chatter to unearth meaningful messages and education for us all. Thank you, enjoy the show! And afterward, be sure to check out NEW PATREON tiers to support this and the Awake Athlete podcasts; let's keep both commercial-free! In this episode, we discuss: - Rocky Mountain Grand Slam - In comparison to his Bulgers FKT - Meaningful burdens - Element of mastery and the spirit of exploration - Adjusting as the body ages - Finite chance to participate in an infinite game - "Do" to teach - Magic magic land - Being present with it all - Changing the experience of suffering - Carrying your burden well - Being a leader when others don't follow through - When your standards are high, the body will follow - Finding excellence through the cruxes - What matters to be the person you want to be - Soaking in the moments that are idyllic - Being able to answer what you wonder Namaste- Jess
Jesus felt compassion for the crowds even as he challenged them. He did not water down the truth to gain fans; he told them that whoever would follow him must take up his or her cross daily (Luke 9:23). As Paul wrote, “All who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted” (2 Timothy 3:12). But even though the world rejects followers of Jesus, God welcomes them into his family. And what can the world offer that compares to being a child of God?Take Home Message: Jesus wants followers, not fans.The Tower Builder and the Warring KingScripture: Luke 14:25-35 Following Jesus means…Carrying our cross (25-27).Counting the cost (28-32).Committing our all (33-35).
What you'll learn in this episode: How Kristen decided to start the next phase of her career at Scotland's University of Dundee Why metalsmithing and jewelry attracts people who like a challenge How creating jewelry can be like creating an opera What young jewelry artists can learn by entering competitive exhibitions Why curiosity can help artists overcome shyness and fear About Kristin Beeler Kristin Beeler joined the faculty of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee, Scotland UK in 2023. From 2002-2023, she was Professor of Art and Coordinator of Jewelry and Metalwork at Long Beach City College in the Los Angeles, California area. She is native to the Blue Ridge Mountains of central Appalachia and is a second generation graduate of historically interracial and craft-centered Berea College receiving a BFA in Crafts and Applied Design with a minor in Philosophy (1989). Her Master of Fine Arts in Jewelry from the University of Arizona (1994) was followed later by post graduate studies at Alchemia Jewellery School in Florence, Italy (2011) and Atelier Rudee, Bangkok, Thailand (2013). Solo exhibitions include Integumentum 2021 at Baltimore Jewelry Center, Baltimore, Maryland, Archive of Rag and Bone at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, Phoenix, Arizona (2016) and Beauty and Other Monsters at Velvet da Vinci Gallery, San Fransisco, California (2007). Additional Resources: Kristin's Website Kristin's Instagram Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design The Jewellery and Metal degree programme at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design Instagram Long Beach City College Metalsmithing IG:@lbccjewelryandmetalwork https://thestrawfactory.com/ IG:@straw.factory Photos Available on TheJewelryjourney.com Transcript: After two decades as a professor at Long Beach City College, artist and jeweler Kristin Beeler is heading back to school herself at Dundee University in Scotland. Although any international move comes with fear, Kristin has relied on a sense of curiosity to keep pushing her work froward. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about why certain artists are drawn to metal; how she tries to create context through her work; and why some of the most important lessons she learned were from submitting her work to competitive exhibitions. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please head to TheJewelryJourney.com. If you look at Kristin Beeler's jewelry, she looks like she's a risk taker, but that's not really true. She has followed a well-worn path, but she also has risk in her work. She received her master's and then became a professor of art at Long Beach City College. She teaches both metal arts and jewelry. She is the Coordinator of Jewelry and Metalwork for Long Beach City College. Welcome back. Did you have to do a lot of looking to find a school like that in the U.S.? Kristin: It was a school my mother went to, so I was second generation. Sharon: Wow! What are your thoughts about metalwork versus jewelry arts? I saw that you did some gloves in Tyvek. It was hard to pin down what you do because it's very esoteric. It has a lot of meaning. I kept asking, “Why this?” Kristin: The work I do is more driven by an idea and trying to build a full context for an idea. The jewelry is part of that context. It's a bit like going to the opera. I love opera, and I love it because it's a full context. The stage is opera. The music is opera. The singing is opera. The costuming is opera. It is all of those things, and those things come together to produce this one idea. I wouldn't say my work is theatrical, but I think it has some operatic qualities when it works well. It's not meant to follow one particular pathway because, as I said, not everything is a piece of jewelry. Some things are meant to manifest through other things, and jewelry is a part of that. Sharon: I see that you've been in a lot of competitions, where your jewelry is judged. Do you have trepidations? I can't imagine doing anything like that. Kristin: It's really hard at first. It's one of the hardest things to get my students to do because when you do it, the risk of failure is huge. You're going to be rejected, but it is such good practice. That's what being an artist is about: trying to find the place where your work fits, and if your work isn't fitting into the place you want to go and into the trajectory you want, figuring out how to make it go into that trajectory. It makes shifts to what you're working on. I haven't done it in quite a long time; most of what I do now is invitational work, but I do find it interesting to enter competitive exhibitions. It does a couple of things. Usually if I'm applying for a competitive exhibition, it could be because I want to get my work in front of a juror, or it's in a location where I want to go, where I have friends. Or it's a theme I like and I find interesting. But I had to go through a period of doing it and becoming O.K. with someone saying no and doing it anyway. When I was in graduate school, I was told, “Be prepared to wallpaper your room with rejection letters. Get rejected as much and as often as you can because it is a skill to build up and not let that stop you.” Sharon: Are you ever rejected if it's invitational? Kristin: If it's invitational, it's because they've seen my work and they want something in particular. Sharon: That must have been a big hurdle in the beginning. To be rejected must have been a big hurdle. Kristin: It probably was. Looking back on it now, it's funny. I was silly to be so worried about that. I think I was lucky that my work was pretty readily accepted. I think I did quite well. Even going into this new career—I'm basically going into a second career—there are moments when I think, “I don't know if I can do this. What was I thinking?” and I can go back to those moments previously where I tried to do something where uncertainty was guaranteed, or I didn't know how it was going to work out. I can say, “Well, I did that, and it worked out O.K.” Sharon: Did SNAG help you? You were on the board of SNAG. Why don't you tell us what it is? Kristin: The Society of North American Goldsmiths is the organization for the field. I have worked with SNAG since 1999 or 1998. That was when I first started volunteering for them. I started working with SNAG because I would go to the conferences at the encouragement of my graduate faculty, and I was kind of terrified. There were a lot of people there whose work I would see in publications or I'd hear about them. I was quite shy, so the easiest thing for me to do was offer to volunteer for something. If I don't know what to do, I'll work, so volunteering was a perfect thing to do. It was intuitive. It wasn't planned at all, but I met so many interesting people by volunteering at the conferences. They would say, “Oh, would you be able to do this?” and I would say, “Well, yeah,” and then I would meet more interesting people. I don't know that it was a great expansion time for my work because there are only so many hours in the day. When you're putting your energy out for one thing, it's not necessarily going in the other direction. So, I don't know that I was accomplishing as much in my studio, but I was meeting really, really interesting people and having some really interesting conversations. I think that that was one of the most valuable things about being involved with SNAG, just getting to know the community in a deep way. I served on the board of SNAG for five years between 2001 and 2005. I've had some job with SNAG almost every year since then, some small thing, helping with exhibitions. I have worked with the Diversity, Equity, Access and Inclusion Committee. I have worked with the Educational Endowment Committee. Currently I serve as trustee for the SNAG Educational Endowment Scholarship Trust. That is my primary role with SNAG at this point. Sharon: Do you recommend it to your students as a way to learn about the field? Kristin: Always, yeah. That and listening to Jewelry Journey. Sharon: I don't know about that. I was thinking about you listening to other people's opinions. I once heard someone say that they felt they had to know who the artist was before they could wear the piece of jewelry. I just felt like, “Well, is it pretty? Do I like it?” and that sort of thing. That's why I would be intimidated. Kristin: It was interesting to humanize all of those things. Often the work can be much richer once you have a better idea of the person who made it. It can alter your perspective on pieces to know who made it. Sometimes you might not want to know, but I think one of the great blessings of this field is that it is full of generous and warmhearted people who are so willing to share what they know. Sharon: Do you consider yourself one of those people willing to share what you know? Kristin: I hope to be, yeah. Sharon: I'm struck by the fact that you say you were shy, because you don't come across that way at all. Does that present itself in your reluctance in going abroad and when you started teaching? Was that a concern? Kristin: Yes, I was pathologically shy, but more than that I was curious. I think curiosity trumps those reluctances if you allow it to. Being curious takes you outside of yourself. You can become involved in other people's stories and other people's interests. When you change that reflection, then it's much easier to get to know people and enjoy them. As I said, my go-to was to do some work and find other people who are doing work and just help them. Carrying the load together is always a good way of lifting yourself up as well. When I started teaching full-time, I spent probably the first several years pretending to be someone who is comfortable in front of a classroom. I don't know that I was, but I could pretend to be someone who was. I think going to Scotland, now that the challenge is there, it's exciting and terrifying by turns, but I'm so curious. I always want to know what happens when you do this or what happens when I do this. Pulling into that curiosity is a life raft. Sharon: Do you have a history with the country? Did your family come from there? Did you visit it a few times? Kristin: No, I had never been to Scotland before I interviewed, but my family has lived in Appalachia for about 400 years. Sharon: Where? Kristin: Appalachia. Sharon: Oh, 400 years, wow! Kristin: Yes, so they have been there for a very long time. Many people from that area came from Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, so Scottish history was something we grew up with because of this strong connection to Scottland and Ireland. The music that was local to where I grew up came straight from Scottland. The local dances, the crafts in particular. Things that had been brought 400 years earlier were still practiced, and a lot of those skills came from Scottland. Sharon: Do you lie in bed at night, or are you grocery shopping and an idea comes to you and you start on it? Kristin: For my studio practice? Sharon: Yeah. Kristin: There are probably two tracks to that. One is that it's all a long inquiry that never stops. It‘s one little thing that leads to the next. It doesn't have a beginning or an end. It's kind of all in the middle and ideas roll in one direction or another. Pieces may not finish, but I'm committed to finishing bodies of work. I'm really terrible about it, actually. In terms of solutions—I think maybe what you're asking about is solutions to particular problems—those are things that revolve as well. Sometimes I'll see something, or I'll be making something that doesn't make sense in the moment, but I'll just hold onto it. It's like I'm looking for an answer to a problem. It's like, “Oh, there it is in this book or in this drawer of samples I made.” If I waited for ideas to come to me, I'd be waiting a really long time. I have to go out and hunt for them. They're constantly generating, but the solutions to problems plug in at different locations on a very long timeline. Sharon: For instance, on some of the projects, whether you're invited or you decide to enter a competitive situation, once that's done, do you say, “O.K., that's nice. That's done. Now, I'm on to the next thing,” or is it done? Kristin: These pieces often cycle in and out. Unless a piece is purchased, they all belong to this collection of pieces that are shown in different iterations. For group exhibitions, there may be between two and four pieces that are shown together, but for solo exhibitions, there's a larger body of work. Every time I show that body of work, it may have different pieces in that collection that are shown. Sharon: What happened to the gloves that are made of Tyvek? How did you come up with the idea of Tyvek? Kristin: Oh, I love Tyvek. It is such a fun material. Certain materials just didn't appeal to me, and I have all of these Tyvek mailers. I would get things in the mail, and they come in those Tyvek mailers. I saved all these mailers for years and thought, “I'm going to do something with them.” Then I realized you could just buy it. I had kept it because it has this beautiful, papery, silky quality to it which is really nice. It's virtually indestructible until it's not, so it has this strength but this vulnerability as well. I like that about it. From time to time, I have made gloves over the years because I think they're interesting objects. There's such a strong relationship to the body and what we do with our hands. Those gloves in particular were designed with this young woman in mind who had this scarf. I already said I love opera, so having these opera-length gloves, I used a vintage pattern for that. I had her scarf embroidered on these very delicate but strong gloves that were kind of ethereal. That was perfect for my purpose. Sharon: That's interesting. I saw the pictures, but I wasn't sure what it was. That's very interesting. Thank you very much for being with us today. Good luck in Scotland. We'll be reading about you. Kristin: Thank you so much, Sharon. This was so fun. Sharon: We will have photos posted on the website. Please head to TheJewelryJourney.com to check them out. Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.
Episode 589: It's the hottest Labor Day to ever be labored. Carrying couches and digging ditches. Is Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins the same man? Tim Pool may be listening. Beef alarm! Grilled pizza. Andrew dreams after driving a Miata Cruise. Puke gets vandalized. Squeeze the creamer. The town that saved Christmas.
Here are some of the mental tools I have picked up over the years that have massively helped me. 00:00 - Intro 1:45 - You can't control your emotions, you can control your actions 3:48 - The formula for success 6:00 - Carrying trauma 7:38 - No one is thinking about you 8:45 - How to have difficult conversations 10:25 - Just do more reps 13:22 - Free will is an illusion 14:45 - This too shall pass
An A.I. song featuring Drake and the Weeknd can win a Grammy, Drake is in a photo posing with bras that have been thrown at him, Lady Gaga is on the new Rolling Stones album, Creed have announced a second Summer of 99 Cruise, Oregon is going to criminalize drug use in public, you're carrying your laptop wrong, the skills our kids learn in school that we actually think matter, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Hey, it's Katie and I want to welcome you to this special bonus episode. It'll be here for you completely ad-free for the next week so you can get a feel of what it's like to be a PREMIUM member. If you'd like an easy ad-free experience for all of our podcasts - that's over 200 episodes each month, then JOIN PREMIUM today at https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Relax into the arms of sleep tonight, my love, as you call upon the blankets of serenity to cover you with their deep peace. Let the weight of sleep gently bring your eyes to a close, As you allow your body to move and adjust, Until you find the position your body knows so well. When you've settled there, Take a deep breath in, Signaling to your mind that you're ready for sleep, And as you exhale, release the day, And invite your body to drop even further into comfort. PAUSE… Be here with your breath. With the gentle breezes going in and out of your nose. With the rising and falling of your belly. With the smooth rhythm slowing you down. Breathe… PAUSE… Let your breath lead you into the stillness, Down to the banks of the calming river of serenity that runs within you. Listen to the soft chatter of the running water as it flows downstream. And see the clear blue waters glisten. PAUSE… You are untouched here, Protected from the worries, responsibilities and tasks that want to enter. They cannot live here. Cannot reach your soul. This is your sanctuary. So breathe out and let your hold on them all dissolve into the night, As you rest here in the river of serenity. PAUSE… Dip your toes into the soothing water of your river. Feeling relaxed, Peaceful, And cleansed. PAUSE… Feel the water trickle past your legs, Carrying away anything unsettled within you. Watch it all float downstream, As you call your body to melt further into sleep. PAUSE… Feel yourself submerging into the river, Laying your head back and floating your body into the night. PAUSE… The water holds your head so gently here, Silently assuring you that you are loved and cared for, And that you can trust it to carry you through the caverns of deep, restorative rest. So breathe, And surrender. PAUSE… Let the water carry you, And feel your body melt into the rhythms of her flow. Letting the soft currents of the river gently move you downstream, Over the smooth rocks, Around the refreshing bubbles, And past the swirling pools. Let go, And let the water take you on your journey of serenity. PAUSE… Let the day dissolve, Let the worries release. As you float into the heart of peaceful sleep. Sweet Dreams, Beautiful.
Let Twitter rage; Douglas Wilson is the People's Theologian. Join us for a conversation with Douglas Wilson, where we delve into his recent book, 'Mere Christendom,' explore the unexpected blessings of online trolls, examine the remarkable overlap between Abraham Kuyper and Douglas Wilson, and celebrate the genius of whoever is behind Canon Press' Twitter account (by the way, everyone who subscribes to the Westminster Confession of Faith is a Christian nationalist).
Rich Paul says LeBron James is more of a GOAT than Michael Jordan because things have been harder with the 24/7/365 news cycle and social media. Hosts Jake Madison ( @LockedOnPelicans ) and John Karalis ( @LockedOnCeltics ) debate whether that is true or not and then look at how the NBA can often isolate players like Zion Williamson and others. Plus, they play Real Or Fake: Guys like Anthony Edwards and Shai Gilgous-Alexander will carry their strong play in FIBA the the regular season. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
A weekly shiur by Dayan Levi Yitzchok Raskin, Rov of Anash in London, explores interesting Torah questions and halachic dilemmas. The following issues are discussed by Dayan Raskin in this week's episode: 1) Our Chabad House is in a shopfront, opening to the street. May I use a brick to keep our front door open?  2) Does a Tefach-wide panel serve as the third wall of a Succah? 3) What is the correct brocho for raw oats that were soaked in milk and or yogurt overnight? 4) This coming Tishrei will include three Shabbosos that will overlap with Yomtov. What if one missed the mention of Shabbos in the appropriate places in the fourth brocho, but did conclude with מקדש השבת וישראל והזמנים? 5) A cholent that consists of large chunks of potato and of meat – such that in a single spoonful it will be one food or the other: two brochos or one brocho? 6) Brocho on chicken-soup containing lokshen: 7) Carrying in front of our house: 8) Should the Shabbos table be covered with a white cloth? Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9764852268 Index to previous Panorama Shiurim: Panorama Index 2 - Google Docs  ראה שוע"ר סי' שח סעיף נג. בשו"ע שם סכ"ב הביא דעה שגם בשימוש רגיל צריך ייחוד לעולם. ואדה"ז לא הביא שיטה זו. ואם מטלטל ברגלו בודאי אין לחשוש.  ראה שו"ע או"ח סי' תרלא ס"ב.  שערי הברכה פט"ז הע' כא.  בשוע"ר סי' תפז ס"ג הביא ב' דעות אם ההזכרה בחתימה היא לעיכובא. אבל לא כתב אם די בהזכרה שם בלבד. אך במשנ"ב (שם סקי"ג) מסתפק אפילו אם הזכיר השבת ב"והשיאנו" אם יצא. ומשמע שבהזכרה בחתימה לחוד לא יצא. וכ"כ אשי ישראל פמ"ב סט"ז.  ראה שערי הברכה פט"ו סי"ט, ובהערה שם. וראה שם פכ"ג בערך 'טשולנט'.  סדר ברכת הנהנין פ"ז הי"ט.  ראה שוע"ר סי' שסג ס"ב.  סדור האריז"ל (ר"ש מרשקוב) מט, א.
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“It was just his humanity. He was very attuned to business issues and equally attuned to human issues.” As president of Bloomington-based Cook Group, Pete Yonkman leads a multi-billion company with some 12,000 employees. And while the Crown Point native is always focused on the medical device company's bottom line, he is also acutely aware of the legacy of founders Bill and Gayle Cook, who sought to change lives, one community at a time.
Today on ShrinkChicks, Em and Jen are practicing what they preach by resting and taking the week off from a new episode. They don't want to leave you all hanging of course, so they're re-releasing one of their most listened-to episodes: Carrying The Mental Load. Emmalee and Jen break down the term "mental load," which is also known as cognitive labor. They discuss gender roles and how the mental load has historically fallen on women, the over-functioning/under-functioning dynamic in relationships and what it might look like, why the mental load falls onto the person who cares more, being the default parent, what to do when you feel like you're the only one who knows how to do it "right," and so much more. Dear Em & Jen answers a listener's question about constantly having to remind her partner to help around the house. Tune in to gain insight, awareness, and action! Emmalee and Jen will be back with a new episode next week! Get Matched With One of Our Therapists! ShrinkChicks on Instagram Our new Know Yourself Grow Yourself Journal!! SHRINKCHICKS MERCH Check out ShrinkChicks on YouTube by subscribing here! https://youtube.com/channel/UCrxuhDqoL4ML3UE8b2J2BBg A special thank you to this week's sponsors for supporting ShrinkChicks! We have these exclusive offers for our listeners: Apostrophe: Get your first visit for only $5 at apostrophe.com/SHRINKCHICKS when you use our code SHRINKCHICKS The Farmer's Dog: Get 50% off your first box of fresh, healthy food plus free shipping at thefarmersdog.com/shrinkchicks ! Athletic Greens: Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/SHRINK ! Athena Club: Go to athenaclub.com and use promo code SHRINKCHICKS today and you'll get 25% off your first order! Quince: Go to quince.com/shrinkchicks to get free shipping and 365-day returns on your next order! Miracle Sheets: Go to trymiracle.com/shrinkchicks and use the code SHRINKCHICKS to claim your free 3-piece towel set and save over 40% off! Shopify: Take your business to the next level by signing up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at shopify.com/shrinkchicks
In a remarkable journey spanning 56 years, Arthur Blessitt, known as the "Pilgrim with the Cross," has devoted his life to an unparalleled mission of Christian evangelism, walking an astounding 43,340 miles across 324 countries, island groups, and territories.Starting on Christmas Day in 1969 in Hollywood, California, Blessitt took on the daunting task of carrying a 12-foot, 45-pound cross on foot, earning him a Guinness World Record for the "World's Longest Walk." His extraordinary pilgrimage led him into some of the planet's most dangerous and remote areas, including war-torn regions like Lebanon, Afghanistan, and Somalia, as well as geopolitical hotspots like North Korea, Iran, and the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Venturing across all seven continents, including Antarctica, Blessitt has faced immense challenges, traversing mountains and deserts and crossing oceans, taking an estimated 86 million steps.Through it all, his unwavering dedication has made an indelible global impact, testifying to his boundless commitment to spreading a message of faith, hope, love, and the gospel of Jesus Christ.Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart. Airdate 8/31/23You can partner with us by visiting TruNews.com/donate, calling 1-800-576-2116, or by mail at PO Box 690069 Vero Beach, FL 32969.It's the Final Day! The day Jesus Christ bursts into our dimension of time, space, and matter. Now available in eBook and audio formats! Order Final Day from Amazon today! https://www.amazon.com/Final-Day-Characteristics-Second-Coming/dp/0578260816/Apple users, you can download the audio version on Apple Books!https://books.apple.com/us/audiobook/final-day-10-characteristics-of-the-second-coming/id1687129858Purchase the 4-part DVD set or start streaming Sacrificing Liberty today. https://www.sacrificingliberty.com/watchThe Fauci Elf is a hilarious gift guaranteed to make your friends laugh! Order yours today! https://tru.news/faucielf
Hey, it's Katie and I want to welcome you to this special bonus episode. It'll be here for you completely ad-free for the next week so you can get a feel of what it's like to be a PREMIUM member. If you'd like an easy ad-free experience for all of our podcasts - that's over 200 episodes each month, then JOIN PREMIUM today at https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium So come inside, Away from your day, Away from all those thoughts, Away from the emotions swirling around. Come inside, To the beating of your heart, And the movement of your breath. PAUSE… Let the responsibilities dissolve, The worries disappear. Release the ideas, The unknowns, And the plans. Feel them all melt away as your breath moves in and out of your nose, In and out of your lungs, In and out of your belly. PAUSE… Relax, And let your body sink deeper with every breath out, Imagining your exhale carrying away the remains of the day, Carrying away anything that's not here in this present moment. Breathe… PAUSE… Connect to the rhythm of your breath, The waves of air that circulate without you thinking, That bring your body life, That expand and contract in a soft musical rhythm. Breathe… Let it soothe you, Cover you in the warm blankets of sleep, And rock you deeper into comfort. PAUSE… Breathe in just a bit deeper with every inhale, And breathe out longer with every exhale, Let it slow down your body, Slow down your mind, And release you from the day. Breathe… PAUSE… If your mind gets too loud, Just come back to your breath, Finding solace here, Peace, And deep comfort in its rhythm. PAUSE… Breathe, And listen to the sounds of the night, The gentle hum of your breathing, The soft melodies of your body. PAUSE… Breathe, And fall into the depths of sleep tonight. Sweet Dreams, Beautiful.
Welcome to Day 2184 of Wisdom-Trek, and thank you for joining me. This is Guthrie Chamberlain, Your Guide to Wisdom The Gospel of John – 39 – Death On A Cross – Daily Wisdom Putnam Church Message – 11/13/2022 The Gospel of John – Part 5: Vindication Of The Word – Death on a Cross Today we continue our series on the Good News according to John the Apostle. Last week, we focused on the three trials before the Roman officials, as Jesus was turned over for crucifixion by the High Priest and Sanhedrin. The Roman officials know that Jesus is not guilty of any crimes, and certainly of the death penalty, but they cave to the political pressures in a “Rush To Judgment.” Our scripture for today is John 19:17-37, starting on page 1684 in the Pew Bible. After a mockery of the six illegal trials, Jesus was turned over for crucifixion. Today's message will focus on what crucifixion entails. Follow along as I read beginning in 19-17 The Crucifixion of Jesus So the soldiers took charge of Jesus. 17 Carrying his own cross, he went out to the place of the Skull (which in Aramaic is called Golgotha). 18 There they crucified him, and with him two others—one on each side and Jesus in the middle. 19 Pilate had a notice prepared and fastened to the cross. It read: Jesus of Nazareth, the king of the jews. 20 Many of the Jews read this sign, for the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city, and the sign was written in Aramaic, Latin and Greek. 21 The chief priests of the Jews protested to Pilate, “Do not write ‘The King of the Jews,' but that this man claimed to be king of the Jews.” 22 Pilate answered, “What I have written, I have written.” 23 When the soldiers crucified Jesus, they took his clothes, dividing them into four shares, one for each of them, with the undergarment remaining. This garment was seamless, woven in one piece from top to bottom. 24 “Let's not tear it,” they said to one another. “Let's decide by lot who will get it.” This happened that the scripture might be fulfilled that said, “They divided my clothes among them and cast lots for my garment.”[a] PS 22:18 So this is what the soldiers did. 25 Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother, his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. 26 When Jesus saw his mother there, and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to her, “Woman,[b] here is your son,” 27 and to the disciple, “Here is your mother.” From that time on, this disciple took her into his home....