What does it look like to have an authentic friendship in a counterfeit world? What does it even mean to be authentic in today's culture? Fr. Mike Schmitz, host of The Bible in a Year podcast, joins us in this episode to answer these questions as we explore philosopher Dietrich von Hildebrand's concept of sham honesty and the importance of accountability in our lives. More Information/Resources: The Bible in a Year Podcast Fr. Mike Homilies: https://bulldogcatholic.org/homilies-archive/ Covenant Eyes offers a clear path to freedom through trusted relationships and free resources. TRY COVENANT EYES FREE FOR 30 DAYS: (Promo Code: FreePodcast) Stay up to date on the latest news and guests on The Covenant Eyes Podcast by signing up for our newsletter: https://learn.covenanteyes.com/podcast-newsletter/ Accountability, Ally, Authenticity, Bible in a Year, Boundaries, Catholic, Christian, Church, Church Leader, Counterfeit, Covenant Eyes, Dietrich von Hildebrand, Friendship, Fr. Mike Schmitz, Freedom, God, Honesty, Pastor, Porn, Pornography, Porn Addiction, Porn Recovery, Priest, Vulnerability
On this week's episode, we discuss Dietrich's involvement with the plot to kill Hitler, a letter he writes to Eberhard and Renate Bethge, and success and failure within ministry. We also have a heart-to-heart discussion about the intentionality of ministry. Follies of the week include the arrest of a pro-life activist and the politicizing of hurricanes.
IT'S HAPPENING... Do I hear wedding bells? No, this is typed text. However let's still get excited for our breakdown of the 2011 comedy classic: Bridesmaids. But the titular tribe of bridesmaids are not alone, they are joined by 90s pop group Wilson Phillips and their hit song: "Hold On". Ben wants to stick with just the two dogs, Dietrich lays down a challenge to the bigwigs in Hollywood and Alex absolutely remembers but also absolutely doesn't remember. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribing out of me like lava. Please consider leaving us a 5 star review wherever you listen to your podcasts (Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Spotify etc). It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps: 00:01:15 - What Have We Been Watching 00:04:47 - History 00:09:02 - Movie Discussion 00:15:25 - Origin & Production 00:18:04 - Critical Reception 00:21:01 - "Hold On" Discussion 00:25:12 - Double That Song From That Movie? 00:28:25 - Music Video 00:31:15 - Top 5 00:35:34 - Movie or Song?
"Were you lying then, are you lying now, or are you not in fact a chronic and habitual liar! For Episode 223, Brandon and Thomas conclude their courtroom drama series by talking about Witness for the Prosecution. Listen as they discuss how the film was the crowning moment of the film's cast. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: email@example.com
Die Reform des deutschen juristischen Studiums ist ebenso häufig wie kontrovers diskutiert. Eine Stellungnahme der Vorsitzenden des Deutschen Fakultätentags zum Thema, Prof. Dr. Tiziana Chiusi, hat die Debatte erneut befeuert. Während die einen die Veränderungsresistenz der Ausbildung beklagen, sind die anderen der Ansicht, gerade diese garantiere deren hohes Niveau. Unter der durchaus deutlichen Überschrift "Der Bachelor ist ein Loser-Abschluss" wandte sich Chiusi nun insbesondere gegen die Einführung staatsexamesnbegleitender Bachelorabschlüsse. Der pointiert formulierte Text rief eine Vielzahl (sehr) kritischer Gegenstellungnahmen hervor, die wir in dieser Diskussion versammeln. Wir unterhalten uns mit Pauline Dietrich, Legal Tribune Online, Prof. Dr. Julian Krüper, Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Öffentliches Recht, Verfassungstheorie und interdisziplinäre Rechtsforschung an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Prof. Dr. Roland Schimmel, Professor für Wirtschaftsprivatrecht und Bürgerliches Recht (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences), Dr. Jana Schollmeier (iur.reform). Links: Chiusi: https://zeitung.faz.net/faz/politik/2022-06-30/f393333d112d41db9915e37de6872053/?GEPC=s3 Dietrich: https://www.lto.de/karriere/jura-studium/stories/detail/kommentar-pauline-dietrich-debatte-einfuehrung-integrierter-jura-bachelor-loser-bachelor-tiziana-chiusi Krüpper: https://verfassungsblog.de/notorisch-reformunwillig/ Schimmel: https://www.lto.de/karriere/jura-studium/stories/detail/loser-bachelor-debatte-schadet-uns-juristen Schollmeier: https://verfassungsblog.de/weder-noch/ Deutscher Juristen-Fakultätentag: https://www.djft.de/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Beschluss-TOP-8.pdf Ars Boni 286 mit iur.reform: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxvK2Y1ZQ0g Ars Boni 291 mit Bundesverband rechtwissenschaftlicher Fachschaften e. V.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=casWkxC0z-E
Serdar zieht es heute in den Wald. Gemeinsam mit Revierförster Dietrich Henke spricht er über den Beruf des Försters, die Situation des Waldes, Wälder in Deutschland und vieles mehr. Dietrich Henke hat 20 Jahre lang den Forstbetrieb Treuenbrietzen geleitet und wird demnächst neuer Förster Brandenburgs. Weil er den Treuenbrietzener Wald nach einem Brand. 2018 wieder aufforstete, ist er dieses Jahr zum Förster des Jahres gewählt worden und hat damit den renommierten Deutschen Waldpreis erstmals nach Brandenburg geholt. Er ist aber nicht nur Förster des Jahres, wie Serdar herausfindet, sondern auch Waldpolizist, Waldarzt, Waldarchitekt und Waldphilosoph. Warum er Fichten nicht so mag und wie viel Prozent Waldfläche wir in Deutschland haben, das beantwortet Dietrich Henke im Gespräch mit Serdar genauso wie die Frage, warum jeder einen Baum pflanzen sollte.
Author William Dietrich discusses his novel, The Rosetta Key. Interviewer, Mike McQuaid.Musical guests: Chuck Dingee & Joe YoungPoet's Corner: Paul PiperEssayist: Alan RhodesAn outrageous new episode of The Bellingham Bean performed by the Chuckanut Radio Players.Announcer, Rich Donnelly and hosts, Chuck and Dee RobinsonPerformed live at the American Museum of Radio & Electricity in Bellingham, Washington, the City of Subdued Excitement.
We return from a one week hiatus to conclude Bonhoeffer's mediation on Psalm 119. We cover a whole plethora of topics ranging from Joyce Meyer, to longing for God's Word, to pride and arrogance. How do these things impact our faith and our discipleship? We also talk about Dietrich mysteriously cutting off a sentence within his mediation... Read Pastor Cronkright's blog post about Joyce Meyer here: https://tylercronkright.com/2022/03/24/why-i-cant-recommend-joyce-meyer-period/
Bienvenidos a la temporada 2022-2023 del Sonidos y Sonados. Ilusión por esta nueva temporada del programa, que como es habitual, al cambiar el mes cambia de sintonia, todos los programas de septiembre comenzaran con «Hobo heartache (Breakup in the blind» del trio The Night Caps. Luego otras posibles sintonias, Motörhead, Jean Michel Jarre, blue Dietrich, […]
In this episode our guest is Marina Dietrich, the Soul Magic Coach and yoga teacher. Marina talks about shamanic healing, Woman Circle and her experience from ISTA training! ;-) Marina's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/namastree/ *** Find us on Instagram to stay updated: https://www.instagram.com/wearesoulfam/
The Coffee Break is the daily Christian talk and local events program on Hope Radio KCMI 97.1FM serving the Scottsbluff, NE area. Tune in for interviews with authors, musicians, pastors, and others in the Christian community and our local area! Visit our website: www.kcmifm.com Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/kcmifm
In Week 5 of our Summer Reading series, Pastor Jacob examines the book, "Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Boenhoffer. In the message, he brings for the the truth of what our freedom and salvation actually cost and why in turn we should be willing to give it all over to Jesus. Check it out!
IT'S TIME TO PLAY THE MUSIC... ...it's time to light the lights. It's time to meet the Muppets on the 2011 sort of reboot with the imaginative title, The Muppets, tonight. A good fuzzy handful of songs of varying degrees of quality: "Life's a Happy Song", "Pictures In My Head", "Me Party", "Let's Talk About Me" and "Man or Muppet". Dietrich wants better representation in the Disney parks, Alex is still a little rusty and Ben has been sufficiently whelmed. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe. Waka waka! Please consider leaving us a 5 star review wherever you listen to your podcasts (Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Spotify etc). It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps: 00:01:18 - What Have We Been Watching 00:06:38 - History 00:10:21 - Movie Discussion 00:15:52 - Box Office & Reception 00:23:16 - Soundtrack Issues 00:25:31 - "Life's a Happy Song" Discussion 00:31:20 - "Pictures in my Head" Discussion 00:35:49 - "Me Party" Discussion 00:38:17 - "Let's Talk About Me" Discussion 00:42:09 - "Man or Muppet" Discussion 00:51:42 - Top 5 00:55:31 - Best Song?
(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up the third hour of the show confirming that a report regarding Kevin Durant house hunting in Boston is indeed false. (10:06) The first day of joint practices with the Panthers has concluded and the guys discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly from today's session. (20:52) The crew continued breaking down everything they saw today at Patriots training camp while also touching on the release of Madden 23. (39:29) We conclude the third hour of the show joined by Patriots defensive end, Dietrich Wise.
(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up the third hour of the show confirming that a report regarding Kevin Durant house hunting in Boston is indeed false. (10:06) The first day of joint practices with the Panthers has concluded and the guys discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly from today's session. (20:52) The crew continued breaking down everything they saw today at Patriots training camp while also touching on the release of Madden 23. (39:29) We conclude the third hour of the show joined by Patriots defensive end, Dietrich Wise.
Public informant and radical military historian Douglas Duane Dietrich exposes a Sarah Rachel Adams as a Satanic Asset and speaks about her cyber bullying and selfie cult as well as her transformation over the years from her youth as a Military sex kitten to a established Gaia Network cult leader. Not my audio and please go support and follow Douglas Duane Dietrich on social media and support his website and podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyondtopsecrettexan/support
November 9, 1938 has become known in German history as "The Night of Broken Glass" or Kristallnacht. On this night, Nazis in Germany torched synagogues, vandalized Jewish homes, schools and businesses and killed close to 100 Jews. Dietrich, becoming more and more frustrated with the Church's response to persecution, took to his Bible and underlined a single verse in Psalm 74. We discuss all of that and more on today's episode. Follies of the week include a revisit to the New York "pastor" who was robbed of millions of dollars in jewelry & sexualization of television commercials.
durée : 00:32:15 - Les Nuits de France Culture - En 1930, Sternberg dirige Marlène Dietrich dans "L'Ange Bleu", ce film fait de l'actrice un star, et c'est le début d'un tandem qui donnera "Morocco", "Shanghai Express", "L'Impératrice rouge", etc. une collaboration racontée dans "Le Roman du cinéma" par Claude-Jean Philippe, épisode 10/15.
Daniel Buitrago and Brandon Fifield drop the beat in full report mode with podcast O.G. Cody Liska of Crude Conversations “Chomper T” 3 Arrogant Mind, Sabatian Gardner, Koots Ice Bar, Soiled Seed opening for NAS, hip hop life to dad life, Delta Airlines graveyard shift, the song never heard “Ghost” 2011 (Soiled Seed & Josh Boots), Capone & Noriega, reminiscing the glory days of American hip hop, Metallica Podcast, Cody's History and the podcast come-up, learning from Ms. Dietrich, writing & journalism in college, “The Press” 2013 birth of Crude, a career in podcasting, the Anchorage museum and Chatter Marks, building a team, Emma Mason, channeling energy and frustration to a positive result, water filtration, TRIVIA TIME, that sketchy time in the woods, “FRANKENHOOKER”, current snowboard culture and is it still cool?, the Tony Hawk documentary, upcoming skate boarding and snow boarding stars, local board shop culture, the book “Johnny's Girl”, what's next for Crude? www.alaskawildproject.com https://www.instagram.com/alaskawildproject/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYEEV6swi2yZWWuFop73LQ
It is rare when Pastor Hill disagrees with our good friend Dietrich. But his views of pacifism in the church spark a good discussion on today's episode. Can the church be pacific? Should it be? Is there a "distinction" between the God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament? Follies this week include President Biden and the NFL.
Dès l'accession au pouvoir de Hitler, le régime a voulu rivaliser avec les productions américaines, trouver la Dietrich du cinéma nazi. Mais il s'est trouvé confronté à une hémorragie des talents, des artistes s'exilant pour échapper à la répression, ou pour ne pas cautionner le nazisme. C'est ce que décrit Isabelle Mity dans Les actrices du IIIe Reich - Splendeurs et misères des icônes du Hollywood nazi, publié aux Éditions Perrin. Au fil des pages, une succession de destins souvent tragiques. Isabelle Mity qui enseigne la langue et la civilisation allemandes à l'université Paris Dauphine s'entretient avec Sylvie Noël.
GOOD GUYS DRESS IN BLACK "Keep Agent K's name out of your f**king mouth" screams Will Smith on the set of Men in Black 3, presumably. We complete the black suit trilogy but there's no Will Smith song to be found this time, instead Pitbull takes the honours with his confused throwback hit "Back In Time". Alex feels like Phase 4 is the same as Phase 1, Ben has been face to face with a sea beast and Dietrich is huddled around a phone in injury time. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe for the secrets of the universe. Pitbull interview: Link Please consider leaving us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or Spotify. It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us: Apple Podcasts Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps: 00:02:14 - What Have We Been Watching 00:06:28 - History 00:10:26 - Movie Discussion 00:18:01 - Production issues 00:20:31 - Awards Nominations 00:22:50 - "Back in Time" Discussion 00:30:01 - Success But No Will Smith? 00:32:15 - Music Video 00:36:19 - Top 5 00:40:50 - Best Song?
Explore our first moxie moment with Rob Dietrich, the Master Distiller & Blender of METALLICA | BLACKENED™ American Whiskey, giving his best piece of advice. A little “back-story” on how BLACKENED came to be as follows: BLACKENED began as a collaborative effort between Metallica & Master Distiller & Blender Dave Pickerell. Sadly, Dave passed away in late 2018, shortly after the launch of BLACKENED. In 2019, Master Distiller Rob Dietrich joined the team as Master Distiller & Blender taking the helm as Master Distiller & Blender in Dave's passing and guardian of Dave's legacy blend. As unapologetic masters of the craft in their respective fields, they've built world-renowned legacies by carving out new spaces and bringing their singular, incendiary perspectives to everything they touch. Unlikely collaborators on the surface, their shared creative fire and dedication to craft make them anything but. Together, they've created BLACKENED – an unconventional whiskey of uncompromising quality. Rob serves as the guardian of Dave's original recipe and brand steward moving into the future. He's widely known for his ability to fuse traditional distilling methods with unique artistry. Rob is well-regarded for his unique limited-release, cask finish expressions such as Snowflake, Sherry Cask, and more. Rob is responsible for every aspect of production and is committed to maintaining the original recipe, artisanal methods, and handcrafted approach to creating world-class whiskey. Rob Dietrich initially learned the art and science of distilling from legendary Jess Graber, whom he proudly calls his mentor. His passion for music was honed across 10 years spent in the music business with Bill Graham Presents as a freelance agent for various venues like Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre and The Fillmore in San Francisco and managing tours and festivals. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division and served from 1992 to 1995. His two tours in Somalia and relief operations in Haiti helped shape his life-affirming philosophy.
Hey team, in today's episode, I'm talking with Alma Galvan and Bob Dietrich - Alma is a neural researcher and Certified Brain Gym instructor, Bob Bob Dietrich is an award-winning public speaker, event producer, and entrepreneur, and together they run Brainworx, an educational program that teaches adults and children how to help manage anxiety, behavior, and improve focus through simple, scientifically-proven techniques.In this conversation, we talked about Alma's journey with raising two children diagnosed with multiple conditions, including Autism, ADHD, and Sensory Processing Disorder - and how those challenges led her down the road of discovering powerful techniques to help promote brain development. We talk about the pons and midbrain and how their underdevelopment can seriously impact our brain functions. We explore some simple exercises you can do to help restore some of this development and how our beliefs can shape our reality.Be sure to check out the free WorkshopSupport me on PatreonFeel free to ask me a question on my Contact PageFind the show note at HackingYourADHD.com/brainworx
Summary: Real love (agape) is given freely -- but it is not received freely in our fallen human condition. Join me in this episode as we discuss the costs of opening our hearts to loveand the price of being loved fully, of being loved completely, in all of our parts. We review why so many people refuse to be loved -- and we examine the psychological and human formation reasons for turning away from love. Finally we discuss what we can do to get over our natural-level impediments to receiving love. Lead-in I am a rock I am an island I've built wallsA fortress deep and mightyThat none may penetrateI have no need of friendship -- friendship causes painIt's laughter and it's loving I disdainI am a rock I am an island I am a rock -- Paul Simon wrote it in 1965 and Simon and Garfunkel Released it as a single in 1966, and it rose to #3 on the charts -- why because it resonated with people. It was popular because it spoke out loud what many people's parts feel. The desire to become a rock, the impulse to build the walls, to keep everyone out, to repudiate love and laughter, to not need anything or anyone. Kate McGahan -- untitled poem I don't need anyone, I said.Then you cameI need I need! I NEED YOU. I needed you.What did you teach me?Not to need you.NOT TO NEED. - I don't want to be in love, anymore. I just want to be left alone. And no, I am not depressed or something. No suicide is happening here... I am fine. Trust me. Sharmajiassamwale So you want love. But you also don't want love. But you want love. But you don't. You do. You don't. You're conflicted. How do you understand this conflict within you? Can you and I understand this push-pull, this attraction - avoidance, this Yes and No within us more clearly. Yes we can. And we must. Or we will wind up always skating along the edge of love, never really entering in. And there are consequences for that -- and no one put it more succinctly than the English poet and playwright Robert Browning, who said: “Without love, our earth is a tomb” Intro We do want to be loved, but we don't. Why? Because we want the benefits of love, but we don't want the costs The Benefits To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides. David Viscott If you don't have that memory of being loved, you are condemned to search the world for something to fill you up. -- Michael Jackson The costs. Real love is given freely, but it is not received freely in this fallen world. Almost no one talks about the costs of being loved. I find that so strange. People don't think this way. There are costs to receiving love, to accepting love, to allowing love in to our hearts. It's painful to be loved in this fallen world. this is not well understood by many people, especially those who are not in touch with trauma, or who haven't suffered as much as others Bernard Brady's 2003 book "Christian Love: How Christians Through the Ages have Understood Love Second sentence of the book, in the preface: "Loving seems entirely natural and being loved seems wonderfully good." Not to many people RCC member -- so glad you can discuss tolerating being loved. Real love -- Agape -- burns away things that are sinful within us -- it doesn't coexist with the vice within us. Bernard Brady: Christian Love, p. 16: "…love transforms those who love and those who are loved." Every true love and friendship is a story of unexpected transformation. If we are the same person before and after we loved, that means we haven't loved enough.” ― Elif Shafak, The Forty Rules of Love Change is scary “Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most.”― Fyodor Dostoevsky, Crime and Punishment Real love also purifies us from anything that is not morally wrote, but that is disordered or dysfunctional or imperfect Real love is the greatest good. And because it's the greatest good, it requires us to give up lesser goods. Perceived good and actual goods. Coping strategies, crutches that helped us in the past Analogy of the safe -- limited room, silver and gold. Vulnerability I will lose what I have I will lose to possibility of being loved in the future I don't want to find out I am unlovable. I can't bear that. Because for love to be real, for love to be agape means me allowing you to love all of me. All my parts. My entire being Not just the acceptable parts of me in the shop window, those that I allow others to see. The greatness of the adventure of loving can be intimidating Love, in some sense, is nothing other than an invitation to great joy and suffering, so they shy away from it. Paul Catalanotto Refusal to love is also refusal to live The Catholic Weekly Dietrich von Hildrebrand those who "wish to linger with small joys in the state of harmless happiness … in which they feel themselves to be master of the situation … lacking any element of surprise or adventure. Let's go on this adventure of being loved and loving together. I want you to come with me into the themes of this podcast. I want you to really engage with what I'm presenting to you. Not just listen like the Athenians listened to Paul about the resurrection of the dead. Acts 17:32: Now when they heard of the resurrection of the dead, some mocked; but others said, “We will hear you again about this.” But they weren't really that interested. Only a few of the Athenians joined him. Stay with me in this Episode 96 of Interior Integration for Catholics, released on August 1, 2022, and titled "I Am a Rock: How Trauma Hardens us Against Being Loved" I am Dr. Peter Malinoski, clinical psychologist, passionate Catholic and I am very pleased that we can share and engage with this information. Why do I think being loved is so important? First because receiving love is absolutely essential. It is our starting point in the spiritual life. And second, because most people will not realxly allow themselves to be loved. Psychiatrist and Harvard Professor George Valliant wrote: It's very hard, for most of us to tolerate being loved.-- That's been my experience as well. The vast majority of people have chosen to severely limit how much love they will let in, how much love they will tolerate. You can't love unless you are willing to be loved. 1 John 4:19: We love because he first loved us Look at the order here. God loved us first. We can't generate any love on our own. We can reflect love, we can channel love, but we can't create love out of nothing like God can. We have to cooperate in love and be open to love in order to love, in order to follow the two great commandments. That is what this Interior Integration for Catholics podcast is all about -- it's about preparing the way for you to have a much deeper, richer and much more intimate relationship with God in the three Person of the Trinity -- Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and with the Blessed Virgin Mary our Mother. A deep, personal relationship with God and Mary. That's what I want from you. And if you won't tolerate taking in real love, if you deprive yourself of real love, you are going to wind up in a de facto hell on earth. The most miserable people on earth are the loveless people -- loveless not because no one will love them -- but loveless because they actively or passively reject love. And so many people do that. And there are spiritual consequences to cutting ourselves off from real love. Our heart become small, they become hard, they become closed, they become fearful, they fester in wounds. And if we persist in refusing to be loved and to love, there is no other place for us to be in the afterlife than in hell. That's what I think hell is -- a place for those who have refused love. That's how serious all of this is. Eternal consequences of the highest order. Hallmark Movie Love What so many of our parts really want is what I call Hallmark movie love -- in Latin, this is rendered "Lovus Hallmarkius" Hallmark love. Yes, I've given it a ridiculous translation, but that because Hallmark love is not only a ridiculous concept, it's a dangerous one. I mean it. Really Dr. Peter -- all those sweet, feel-good Christmas movies? What are you some kind of grinch, to criticize Hallmark movies? I mean really, come on.. That's a bit much. Hear me out, hear me out. What is Hallmark love -- love is always just around the corner, painless, fun. They are delightful. Love is so gratifying and enjoyable, love takes away suffering. Clean and tidy. It's a myth. The Hallmark company is selling illusions. Their movie production arm is peddling falsehoods about love to an audience who wants what they are offering to be true. But it isn't. Kristine Brown captured this theme in her online article Living in a Hallmark Movie December 11, 2015 I want to live in a Hallmark movie. I want to walk down the cobblestone Main Street into the corner coffee shop where everyone greets you with a smile and a Merry Christmas. I want to move to a new town where you immediately become acquainted with everyone and your child makes instant friends at school and there's always time to bake Christmas cookies and decorate trees and drink hot cocoa with peppermint sticks. I want to live in a Hallmark movie. I want to walk my child to school holding hands and have him tell me how much he loves me and what a great mom I am. I want to live where kids don't make bad choices and parents don't make mistakes. Where the toughest decision is whether to stay in the small town where you grew up or chase after a promising dream in the big city. Where things always just work out. And the movie always ends with a kiss from your true love and snow. Always snow. But life isn't a Hallmark movie, not even close. Example of the life of Christ -- the greatest lover ever, who died in making the greatest act of love ever, and it was nothing like a Hallmark movie. We assume that we want love -- and we do. Or parts of us do Made for love and in love -- That's a beautiful line in the Litanies of the Heart, written by Dr. Gerry for Souls and Hearts -- "Lord Jesus, you created me in love, for love." Colossians 3:14 And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony. Discussion of Parts Reference Episode 71: A New and Better Way of Understanding Myself and Others Definition of Parts: Separate, independently operating personalities within us, each with own unique prominent needs, roles in our lives, emotions, body sensations, guiding beliefs and assumptions, typical thoughts, intentions, desires, attitudes, impulses, interpersonal style, and world view. Each part also has an image of God and a whole religion developed around its understanding of God, self, and the relationship between God and self. Parts have different roles within the self system. Narrow slice of experience, very limited vision. Some parts don't care about being loved. They are focused on never being hurt like that again. They are focused on protection from harm, defending the self system against threats from others, very protective. IIC 89: Your Trauma, Your Body: Protection vs. Connection Conflict “I wished I didn't need an ocean of space to feel comfortable. I still wanted to be loved. Yet again I felt like two people: one who desperately needed a hug, and one who would break apart at the slightest touch. How could I get people to keep their distance without leaving completely? How long would it take for them to get tired of the way I flinched and evaded?” ― Ruby Walker, Advice I Ignored: Stories and Wisdom from a Formerly Depressed Teenager Using a metaphor to describe how trauma hardens us against being loved Overview Roots = unresolved trauma Single trunk -- shame Five Main stems -- acronym CRIES -- as in cries for help. C R I E S -- Each of these main stems is driven by shame in the trunk, shame that results from the unresolved trauma in the roots. Cognitions Relationships Identity Emotions Spirituality Each main stem has branches -- branches that cross and interweave in this big bush And the branches have fruits. Roots -- Unresolved trauma This includes the original trauma, original sin. Underground, not seen -- Check out Episodes 88 and 89 -- a lot about the nature of trauma in those episodes Primary effect of unresolved trauma is shame. Single Trunk -- Shame Discussed shame at great length in Episodes 37 to 49 of this podcast. Definitions of shame in episode 37: Shame is: a primary emotion, a bodily reaction, a signal, a judgement, and an action. I encourage you to go through those episodes again -- really get a grip on shame, because understanding shame is the key to understanding almost all psychological dysfunction, and understanding shame is the key to really comprehending why you have difficulties with your human formation. Can't stress that enough. Shame -- the central role of shame. Issue of survival. Life and death. Deep assumptions that my shame is so bad that it will kill me. Our protector parts assume they have a need to defend against our exiled parts that have burdens of shame -- protectors believe they have to keep the shame out of awareness, keep it buried, distant. They don't know that we can work with shame and the parts that carry the shame in collaborative, cooperative, constructive ways. Our protector parts don't know that shame can be resolved -- the burden of shame can be lifted and there can be healing. “When you're a child trapped in a situation of physical or psychological deprivation, you learn shame as an efficient, elegant mechanism of survival: shame simultaneously shields you from the reality that danger is out of your control (since the problem is not that you're unloved and deprived; it's that you're Bad) and prevents you from doing or saying anything challenging that might provoke a threat.” ― Kai Cheng Thom, I Hope We Choose Love: A Trans Girl's Notes from the End of the World Go back and really get the shame piece of this. Main Stems off the trunk: Cognitions, Relationships, Identity, Emotions, Spirituality -- Acronym CRIES Emotions Stem: Five aspects Grief, Anger, Fear, Flooding, Shutdown -- GAFFS -- so many of these emotions are generated by the shame that results from unresolved trauma Love is affective -- Bernard Brady -- discussed this at length in episode 94 Love is a movement from your heart, your soul -- a movement from the innermost depths of your being. From your core self. So the emotions are intimately involved with love Grief Emotional reaction to deep sense of loss. Sadness about what you don't have that you need. Parts want to be seen and heard and known and loved by the one who might love you. All of you wanting to be loved. All of you wanting to be healed. So parts surge up, wanting to come to the surface. Parts that carry grief have never been loved -- never been connected with in an emotional way, never been included in relationship with your innermost self or with others. Never been seen. Anticipatory Grief -- if I allow myself to be love, I could lose that love. The one who loves me could die. Fear -- this is an emotion that drives so much fleeing from love. This really is the big one. Philophobia -- fear of love All of us have parts that fear love. Being loved arouses anxiety because it threatens long-standing psychological defenses formed early in life in relation to emotional pain and rejection, therefore leaving a person feeling more vulnerable. Robert Firestone Fears of being revealed Fears of vulnerability Fears of loneliness Fear of the unknown Fears of being hurt one more time -- like Charlie Brown and Lucy and the football, winding up flat on your back again. Fears of betrayal Fears of abandonment So much of this fear is driven by shame. All this fear is a barrier to being loved. “To fear love is to fear life, and those who fear life are already three parts dead.” Betrand Russell All the bruised lives, searching hearts ... Everyone wants a love story but few will risk what it takes to live one. - Donna Lynn Hope Flooding: Emotional overwhelm -- flooding. Emotions become all dysregulated. Hyperarousal -- moving into fight or flight mode. Intensity of emotions because very great. Often because old emotions from previous unresolved trauma are welling up -- parts that carry the burden of intense emotions want to be seen, heard, known and understood, they no longer want to be exiled, banished into the unconscious -- they want a voice, they want relationship they want redemptions. Paul Simon Don't talk of loveWell I've heard the word beforeIt's sleeping in my memoryI won't disturb the slumber of feelings that have diedIf I never loved I never would have criedI am a rock I am an island “Our biggest challenge is that we have an overwhelming desire for an extraordinary love story but low capacity to hold space for it in our nervous system.” ― Lebo Grand Dietrich von Hildebrand: Fear of losing oneself in intense joys or griefs Anger So much of this anger is driven by fear driven by shame Our protector parts can use anger to distract from fear and grief. Behind every angry soul is a wounded child that just wanted you to love them for who they are. Shannon L. Alder Shutting down Avoiding inner experiences is one of Nathanson's four defensive scripts for avoiding shame. Hypoarousal -- moving down out of the window of tolerance to the freeze mode. Example of an electrical panel, or breaker panel v-- metal box with a door down in the basement or utility closet with the main and the circuit breakers Fruit: We have a very difficult time tolerating being loved when we are not in our window of tolerance. Fight or flight mode or freeze mode -- we move very much into self-protection, to a focus on survival, on just perpetuating our existence. We're not open to love -- we've moved into survival mode, not seeking connection. We're not open to God. Fr. Jacques Philippe, Searching for and Maintaining Peace: The more our soul is peaceful and tranquil, the more God is reflected in it, the more His grace acts through us. On the other hand, if our soul is agitated and troubled, the grace of God is able to act only with much greater difficulty… God is a God of peace. He does not operate except in peace, not in trouble and agitation. We need that emotional regulation, that sense of being in our window of tolerance to be able to connect with God. So many times fear is identified as a barrier Fear as a result of shame drove Adam and Eve into the bushes -- hiding from God John 14:27: Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid. Cognition Stem Perceptions extremely sensitive to stimuli Very vigilant -- scanning for threats in the environment Negative self-talk I am unloved I am unlovable I don't deserved to be loved -- bred in families where there is conditional love -- unattainable ideals of perfection I will be seen and I will see myself. I might contaminate anyone who would love me with my badness. I won't live up to the love. Doubts fostered about goodness in the world, about the nature of others Skepticism about who actually makes the effort to love Demanding perfection from others before trying again. To have the chance of being loved we have to take a chance on being destroyed inside -- Jo Nesbo Pessimistic evaluation of the future No one will love me I will be deceived, tricked and then betrayed, rejected, abandoned Distractions Paul Simon: I have my booksAnd my poetry to protect meI am shielded in my armor Fruit we can dwell inwardly, on our own damage -- we can focus on our wounds. Direct our attention to all the things that are wrong with us and pull inward -- self-absorption, ruminating and obsessing about our defects, curling up inside to protect ourselves, not letting anyone in. So common. Or we can reach out and embrace love anyway. We can trust that parts of us may be seeing things inaccurately, thinking about things in ways that are distorted. Identity Stem Drawing from Robert Firestone's Why Do So Many People Respond Negatively to Being Loved? article on psychalive.org I am inadequate, unworthy of love “We accept the love we think we deserve.”– Stephen Chbosky Being valued or seen in a positive light is confusing because it conflicts with the negative self-concept that many people form within their family. Firestone Being loved can provoke an identity crisis Firestone Your identity, at least for some of your parts, can be very bound up in being unloved and unloveable Parts may not know who you are if you were loved -- such a radical change Very disconcerting to lose a sense of who I am, even if the identity is a negative one. Comfort in the familiarity of the dysfunction I know -- so I accept and even seek out rejection and failure -- they are familiar and harmonize with my life narrative. Deep sense of having to earn conditional love. But that is not what love is about “Love is not concerned with a person's accomplishments, it is a response to a person's being: This is why a typical word of love is to say: I love you, because you are as you are.” ― Dietrich von Hildebrand, The Art of Living Little or no ordered self-love -- we will be discussing ordered self love in the next episode. One of Nathanson's four strategies to cope with shame is to attack the self. Internal disconnects to survive the trauma -- horror of abuse Love relationships pull for integration Love is never fragmented; it's an inseparable whole which does not delight in bits and pieces. John A. Andrews And that integration will bring up the parts of ourselves that we have rejected as too scary, too unacceptable, too unlovable, too dangerous, too overwhelming, too much in some way to be allowed a seat at the table of our consciousness. Takes a lot of courage to really be loved. Ursula Wirtz, Trauma and Beyond: The Mystery of Transformation “I consider love to be the matrix for this transformation, which calls new being into existence. Love has the power to reawaken and bring to the fire what has been entombed or distorted by traumatic forces or has retreated out of defensiveness and self-protection. Without love and compassion for the fragility of human identity in the face of death and the reality of evil, the madness found in these barren spaces of the soul might not be meaningfully encountered. For the stripping away of the constricting cocoon of traumatic fixations and the untangling of what has become distorted and convoluted during painful traumatization, love is needed.” ― Fruit -- will we let our burdened parts define ourselves-- will we let those traumatized parts of us, and the parts that guard us from those traumatize parts be the ones to determine who we are -- with their limited vision and their narrow slice of experience -- or can we work gently with ourselves and allow ourselves to be seen through the eyes of those who do love us. Relationship Love affirms the other, love responds to the other, love is unitive -- love is steadfast more of Bernard Brady's characteristics of Agape, of real love described in episode 94 Effects of Shame Lack of trust in others Lack of confidence How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved. Sigmund Freud Fear of exposure To myself To the one who loves me “To be deeply loved, means a willingness to cut yourself wide open, exposing your vulnerabilities... hopes, hurts, fears and flaws. Hiding behind the highlight reel of who you are, is the real you and that person is just as worthy of love. There is nothing more terrifying or fulfilling, than complete love, it's worth the risk... reach for it.” ― Jaeda DeWalt Fear of rejection The fear of rejection makes sense: If we've had a steady diet of shame, blame, and criticism, we learned that the world is not a safe place. Something within us mobilizes to protect our tender heart from further stings and insults .The Hidden Reasons We Don't Let Love In -- John Amodeo Ph.D., MFT The one who loves me will hurt me. It's inevitable Fruit in the Behaviors -- all focused around protection from the other leading to relationship sabotage Undue criticism of the other --you are not enough for me. Withdrawal and isolation -- one of Nathanson's strategies for coping with shame. Paul Simon Hiding in my room safe within my wombI touch no one and no one touches meI am a rock I am an islandAnd a rock feels no painAnd an island never cries Avoidance Pursuing unavailable people I found myself in a pattern of being attracted to people who were somehow unavailable, and what I realized was that I was protecting myself because I equate the idea of connection and love with trauma and death.” ― Zachary Quinto Pushing others away Basically, love is scary when it contrasts with childhood trauma. In that situation, the beloved feels compelled to act in ways that hurt the lover: behaving in a punitive manner, distancing themselves and pushing love away. Robert Firestone “You push people away, Marley. You don't realise it, but you do. You close yourself off to anyone and anything that doesn't fit in your perfect little hamster ball of life. But you can't experience love only on your own terms. It doesn't work that way.” ― Kate Lattey, Dream On Aggression -- Fueled by anger. Attacking others is one of Nathanson's four strategies of coping with shame. Why do we attack? We are afraid, we are struggling with shame. “Those who love to be feared fear to be loved, and they themselves are more afraid than anyone, for whereas other men fear only them, they fear everyone. St. Francis de Sales Emotionally disconnecting from the relationship Out of anger. Harden my Heart -- 1982 Hit Sung by Quarterflash … I'm gonna harden my heart, I'm gonna swallow my tears, I'm gonna turn and leave you here Out of fear and shame “Many freeze types unconsciously believe that people and danger are synonymous, and that safety lies in solitude. Outside of fantasy, many give up entirely on the possibility of love. The freeze response, also known as the camouflage response, often triggers the individual into hiding, isolating and eschewing human contact as much as possible. This type can be so frozen in retreat mode that it seems as if their starter button is stuck in the ‘off' position. It is usually the most profoundly abandoned child - ‘the lost child' - who is forced to ‘choose' and habituate to the freeze response… Unable to successfully employ fight, flight or fawn responses, the freeze type's defenses develop around classical dissociation.” ― Pete Walker Dietrich von Hildebrand -- shrinking away from commitment. Difficulties receiving partial, incomplete, imperfect love -- as replacements for God's love Glazed carrots. Side dish, not the main entrée. Mother Angelica's Little Book of Life Lessons And Everyday Spirituality : Allow people to love you as they must love you, not as you want them to love you. Even God does not love us as we wish Him to. Learning to love is learning to accept love as it comes Spiritual Disconnecting from God, who is love. Human beings must be known to be loved; but Divine beings must be loved to be known. Blaise Pascal We to love God to know Him And so we have to find him lovable -- and so often parts of us don't find him lovable. Need for Faith and Hope -- Infused virtues. To be loved but not known is comforting but superficial. To be known and not loved is our greatest fear. But to be fully known and truly loved is, well, a lot like being loved by God. It is what we need more than anything. It liberates us from pretense, humbles us out of our self-righteousness, and fortifies us for any difficulty life can throw at us. Timothy Keller everyone wants perfect love... no one wants to be a perfect lover... - Author: Brijesh Singh Being loved by God is often even more difficult I John 4:8 "…God is love." Issues around God images (IIC 23-29) God is not as tangible, immediate Transferences to God Projections onto God. Edward Vacek: Love, Human and Divine: The Heart of Christian Ethics. The sequence in loving and being loved. (1) God affirms us; (2) God receives a; (3) we accept God's love; (4) we affirm God; (5) God forms community with us; (6) we cooperate with God in loving God in the world; and finally (7) we grow in a limited code responsibility with God. p.. 177 Problems with the sequence -- not tolerating enough contact with God to be affirmed, to understand him in a totally different way. 1 John 4:19: We love because he first loved us Active vs. passive refusal to be loved. Active refusals to be loved are more obvious Passive refusals to be loved are more common. Five attachment tasks Felt sense of safety and protection -- have to go through the valley of shame, fear, anger, grief Feeling seen, heard, known and understood -- have to tolerating being in relationship, being present. Feeling comforted, soothed and reassured Feeling cherished, treasured, delighted in “If your parents' faces never lit up when they looked at you, it's hard to know what it feels like to be loved and cherished. If you come from an incomprehensible world filled with secrecy and fear, it's almost impossible to find the words to express what you have endured. If you grew up unwanted and ignored, it is a major challenge to develop a visceral sense of agency and self-worth.” ― Bessel A. van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma Feeling the other has your best interests at heart Love heals The more healthy relationships a child has, the more likely he will be to recover from trauma and thrive. Relationships are the agents of change and the most powerful therapy is human love. — Bruce D. Perry “Love alone brings a human being to full awareness of personal existence. For it is in love alone that man finds room enough to be what he is.” ― Dietrich von Hildebrand, Man, Woman, and the Meaning of Love “Trauma ruptures and hollows. Compassion mends and fills; love heals.” ― Na'ama Yehud There you have it from a trauma researcher, a philosopher, and a writer -- Example of Sr. Josephine Bakhita Born about 1869 in the village of Olgossa in the Darfur region of Sudan. She was a member of the Daju people Uncle was a tribal chief, well-to-do family At age 8, kidnapped by slave traders, forcerd to walk barefoot 600 miles to a slave market Over the next 12 years, bought and sold many times, at least 12 times Trauma of the abduction -- Forgot her given name in captivity -- consider that - - a loss of identity Owners varied in their treatment of her. Some were sadists Family of Turkish general Josephine wrote that as soon as one wound would heal, they would inflict another. another woman drew patterns on her skin with flour, then cut into her flesh with a blade. She rubbed the wounds with salt to make the scars permanent. She would suffer a total of 114 scars from this abuse. A total of 114 intricate patterns were cut into her breasts, belly and into her right arm I am definitively loved and whatever happens to me -- I am awaited by this Love. Action Plan You gotta pray Point is to focus on developing the relationship with the Persons of the Trinity and with Mary -- as a little child, a little son or daughter. Litanies of the Heart - the Litany of the Closed Heart the litany of the fearful heart, the litany of the wounded heart. Soulsandhearts.com/lit Books Intimacy in Prayer -- Personal Prayer: A Guide for Receiving the Father's Love -- by Frs. Thomas Acklin and Boniface Hicks. Fr. Jacques Philippe -- Time for God -- excellent guide for learning pray from a more relational perspective. I also like Fr. Jacques Philippe's book The way of Trust and Confidence Fr. Thomas Dubay -- Fire Within -- more of a Carmelite approach. If you haven't been to confession recently, go. If you feel like you can't go, I want to hear about it. 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Today's guest regularly appears on CNBC, Fox Business and is sought after for quotes by The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! Finance, Reuters and The Washington Post. He's here today to tell us how to navigate the investment waters in turbulent markets. Dave Bookbinder goes Behind The Numbers with Paul Dietrich, Chief Investment Strategist at B. Riley Wealth Management. Paul says that “you can't time the market, but you can time the economy.” In this episode, Paul shares his insights about an investment strategy based on trend-following and the impact of inflation and recession on the markets. We're also discussing cryptocurrency, and what signals Paul looks for to exit the markets ahead of a recession. Email Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe to his newsletter! About the Host: Dave Bookbinder is the person that clients reach out to when they need to know what their most important assets are worth. Dave is a Managing Director at B. Riley Advisory Services, where he works closely with business owners, CFOs, Controllers, and CEOs. Dave has conducted valuations of the securities and intangible assets of public and private companies for various purposes. Grab Dave's best-selling book: The New ROI: Return on Individuals Connect with Dave on LinkedIn Connect with Dave on FaceBook Follow Dave on Twitter Check out NewROI.com for more.
Justin Dietrich The Builder Sessions Podcast July 27, 2022 On today's episode we chat with Justin Dietrich. We chat about his experience as a shop teacher, growing up in the trades and inspiring younger generations to get creative and work with their hands. Please enjoy our interview with Justin! Connect with Justin Instagram: @dietrichnsons YouTube: JustinDietrich Connect with us! Instagram: @thebuildersessions Listen on Spotify Check out our YouTube Channel Please share and subscribe! Episode Music: The Future Bass by EvgenyBardyuzha from Pixabay Pixabay License Certificate Thank you for listening! Hopefully this episode inspired you to get off the couch and build something cool! - Hoff & Rosie --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebuildersessions/message
The week we come back from break with research news from Kantar, Knowledge Hound, Strativo, and more. With polling, Dietrich dives into the shifts in party, the midterm forecast in relation to 2024, and if panelists are self-identifying correctly for party. Halftime focuses on the world's best excuses.
I speak with Luke about being an autonomous self in an overabundance of memetic and mimetic opportunity, about choosing unchosen bonds again, the positives of mimesis given that it is inescapable, metaphysical boredom, expertise, identity, and much more. Luke Burgis is Entrepreneur-in-Residence and Director of Programs at the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship at The Catholic University of America in Washington He is also the author of Wanting - The Power of Mimetic Desire In Everyday Life His recommended subversive thinker (besides Rene Girard, of course) is Dietrich von Hildebrand. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aksubversive/message
Miryam Dietrich, una mujer multifacética, gran activista consciente de la nueva humanidad, inspiradora de muchísimas personas, quien de chica estuvo fascinada con la astronomía, viajes espaciales y encuentros con civilizaciones alienígenas. Un podcast inspirador junto a Edgardo Vogel.
Ronnie Harvey, General Theater Manager & Film Booker at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock, PA, speaking about Summer Fest 2022, an annual film festival with 20 films screened in 21 days--from July 15 through August 4, at the Dietrich, 60 East Tioga Street. There is an opening night gala with 2 films and a special "Colewell--Meet the Filmmakers" event on July 30 at 7 pm. www.dietrichtheater.com/
SPRING BREAK FOREVER We joked about it at the end of the previous episode but we actually went and did it. So for your enjoyment, we present Spring Breakers. The movie is kicked off with Skrillex's "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites", followed with Britney Spears' "Everytime" and Danger Russ' "Hangin' With da Dopeboys". Alex is passionate about the Muppets, Ben is desperate for his ears to bleed and Dietrich has been getting very drunk. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Look at all my like, share and subscribe. Please consider leaving us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or Spotify. It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us: Apple Podcasts Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps: 00:01:43 - What Have We Been Watching 00:04:49 - History 00:06:50 - Movie Discussion 00:15:52 - "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites" Discussion 00:24:47 - "Everytime" Discussion 00:32:46 - "Hangin' With Da Dopeboys" Discussion 00:37:33 - Top 5 00:44:36 - Best Song?
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In this episode we continue the discussion from last week, highlighting what Dietrich says about our souls finding rest in Christ and God coming to man in the person of Jesus Christ. We also discuss piety, practice, and discipline, all culminating with what to do when you inevitably fail. New Family of God videos here: https://www.fogdetroit.com/media
durée : 00:32:15 - Le roman du cinéma - Claude-Jean Philippe 10/15 : Josef Von Sternberg et Marlene Dietrich (1ère diffusion : 22/11/1985) - Par Claude-Jean Philippe - Raconté par Claude-Jean Philippe - Réalisation Jean-Christophe Averty
durée : 01:31:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - En 2000, l'émission "Surpris par la nuit" proposait "Fiction du modèle : Jean-Jacques Schuhl", un portrait de l'écrivain dont le roman "Ingrid Caven" venait d'être récompensé du Prix Goncourt. Avec Jean-Jacques Schuhl, Ingrid Caven, Josyane Savigneau et Philippe Sollers. Quand paraissait en l'an 2000 son roman Ingrid Caven, Jean-Jacques Schuhl n'avait rien publié depuis vingt-quatre ans, depuis _Telex n°1. _ * Pour cette non-biographie, en forme de roman, inspirée par l'existence très romanesque de sa compagne, Ingrid Caven, Jean-Jacques Schuhl fut récompensé du Prix Goncourt. Alors que se terminait un 20ème siècle dont la voix d'Ingrid Caven aura vibré de l'histoire, comme celle avant elle de Marlène Dietrich, Alain Veinstein saluait le Goncourt de Jean-Jacques Schuhl, saluait le roman d'amour qu'est son livre, en diffusant un portrait radiophonique de l'écrivain signé Patrick Amine. Jean-Jacques Schuhl à propos de son livre Ingrid Caven : C'est aussi sa vie, une biographie masquée, éclatée, si on prend depuis le début : elle a une éducation catholique forte, elle chante des musiques d'église. Enfant, elle chante beaucoup de chants religieux, à l'âge de 15 ans, 17 ans, elle écoute tout le temps Maria Callas, Elvis Presley, Edith Piaf, qu'on retrouve de façon étonnante dans son tour de chant, on retrouve tout ça elle n'a rien oublié. Ensuite Brecht, le cabaret allemand, en tant qu'Allemande elle ne peut l'ignorer, et puis elle écoute aussi la chansonnette la plus triviale, la plus vulgaire qu'on entend à la radio. Avec Jean-Jacques Schuhl (écrivain), Ingrid Caven (actrice et chanteuse), Josyane Savigneau (biographe et journaliste) et Philippe Sollers (écrivain) - Lectures Jean-Jacques Schuhl, Garance Clavel, Jérôme Robart et Geneviève Crouzet. Par Patrick Amine Réalisation : Jacques Taroni Surpris par la nuit - Fiction du modèle : Jean-Jacques Schuhl (1ère diffusion : 21/09/2000) Indexation web : Sandrine England, Documentation Sonore de Radio France Archive Ina-Radio France
For God alone my soul waits in silence; from him comes my salvation. He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress; I shall not be shaken. In the first part of this two-part episode we introduce a sermon that Dietrich gives on vicarage in Barcelona about Psalm 62 and finding rest and salvation in God alone. What happens when God comes to you? What is our reaction? Also, did Dietrich make his own folly again?? This week's follies include bees as fish, Roe v. Wade leading to the return of Jim Crow laws, the NBA, and District Convention.
VOTE FOR PEDRO It's certainly not to everyone's tastes but there's no denying that Napoleon Dynamite made a significant impact on pop culture in the mid-2000s. Vote for Pedro t-shirts, large nerdy glasses and a solo dance routine set to the acid-house rhythms of Jamiroquai's "Canned Heat". Dietrich is very slowly losing his voice, Alex's wife rips up the rule book and Ben puts on his tiny dancing shoes (and sings the blues). Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, share and subscribe. GOSH! Please consider leaving us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or Spotify. It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us: Apple Podcasts Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps: 00:01:32 - What Have We Been Watching 00:05:09 - History 00:08:11 - Movie Discussion 00:14:35 - Production and Name Origin 00:18:43 - "Canned Heat" Discussion 00:24:55 - Dance Scene Discussion 00:34:29 - Top 5 00:40:50 - Movie or Song?
This week, we start the show by discussing the injuries to Manny Machado and Mookie Betts and what implications they have on the NL West race. Then, our "Fudged Up Moment of the Week" goes to the Astros' debacle surrounding J. J. Matijevic's home run ball. Our "Guest Performance of the Week" goes to Joe Musgrove for his great start against the Cubs. Finally, we do our top 5 best baseball movies (:32 - 25:51). We then welcome on our guest for this week, Saitama Seibu Lions pitcher Dietrich Enns (25:54 - 1:24:23). Dietrich talks about how he and Brian have known each other for years, his career in the minor leagues, making his major league debut with the Twins, his 2021 season in Tampa Bay, and making the transition to pitch in Japan. The Official Sponsor of Breaking Bats: The Original Fudge Kitchen Shipping fudge, saltwater taffy, sweet treats, and more across the country. https://fudgekitchens.com/ Presented by Not For Long Media https://www.notforlongmedia.com/ Music Credit: Intro: Coming Home; Written by Scott Woodruff and TJ O'Neill; Performed by Scott Woodruff; Courtesy of Stick Figure Outro: Weight of Sound; Written by Scott Woodruff and TJ O'Neill; Performed by Scott Woodruff and TJ O'Neill; Courtesy of Stick Figure