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    Creative Pep Talk
    376 - How Seeing Your Work Differently Than the World Does is a Super Power with Shantell Martin

    Creative Pep Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 43:03


    Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkSupport the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!Transcripts available at creativepeptalk.com/episodes!_________SHOW NOTESShantell Martin's InstagramShantell Martin's WebsiteShantell's TED Talk: How Drawing Can Set You FreeModern Meditation: Discover Your Potential, Power & Purpose - Justin Michael William's Skillshare Class_________CALL TO ADVENTURETreat yourself like something to study, the ultimate research project - use your art to observe, “Who am I?”_________SPONSORSASTROPADAstropad is the ultimate iPad app for artists! Astropad Studio turns your iPad into a drawing tablet by mirroring your favorite Mac or PC desktop apps directly onto your iPad. With Astropad Studio, you get the flexibility of your Apple Pencil combined with the power of full desktop apps like Photoshop and Illustrator. If you're ready to take your creative workflow to the next level, you can start your 30-day free trial of Astropad Studio today. Plus, save 10% on your first year when you enter the promo code from this episode at checkout. Visit astropad.com to get started!SKILLSHAREThere's nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustration, design, photography, productivity, and marketing. With Skillshare's short classes, you can move your creative journey forward without putting life on hold. So explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/CreativePep where our listeners get a free trial of Premium Membership.

    The Côte Saint-Luc Podcast
    # 407 Book Review with Kathy Diamond: Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch by Rivka Galchen

    The Côte Saint-Luc Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 52:38


    Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch by Rivka Galchen The story begins in 1618, in the German duchy of Württemberg. Plague is spreading. The Thirty Years' War has begun, and fear and suspicion are in the air throughout the Holy Roman Empire. In the small town of Leonberg, Katharina Kepler is accused of being a witch. Katharina is an illiterate widow, known by her neighbors for her herbal remedies and the success of her children, including her eldest, Johannes, who is the Imperial Mathematician and renowned author of the laws of planetary motion. It's enough to make anyone jealous, and Katharina has done herself no favors by being out and about and in everyone's business. So when the deranged and insipid Ursula Reinbold (or as Katharina calls her, the Werewolf) accuses Katharina of offering her a bitter, witchy drink that has made her ill, Katharina is in trouble. Her scientist son must turn his attention from the music of the spheres to the job of defending his mother. Facing the threat of financial ruin, torture, and even execution, Katharina tells her side of the story to her friend and next-door neighbor Simon, a reclusive widower imperiled by his own secrets. Drawing on real historical documents but infused with the intensity of imagination, sly humor, and intellectual fire for which Rivka Galchen is known, Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch will both provoke and entertain. The story of how a community becomes implicated in collective aggression and hysterical fear is a tale for our time. Galchen's bold new novel touchingly illuminates a society and a family undone by superstition, the state, and the mortal convulsions of history.

    Searching for Mana with Lloyd Wahed
    Changing the World through Crypto & Safe-Keeping the World of Finance | Michael Gronager, CEO, Chainalysis

    Searching for Mana with Lloyd Wahed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 86:04


    From discussing the meaning of life, to the cruciality of atomic habits, to genuinely aiming to change the world, this week's guest, Michael Gronager - CEO of crypto behemoth Chainalysis - shares fascinating insights.With a valuation of upwards of $8 Billion, following their latest funding round in May this year, Chainalysis is providing critical financial data to enable governments, banks and blockchain companies to understand how people are using cryptocurrency.Drawing comparisons to Google - by indexing the blockchain industry, Bloomberg - through their creation of financial data, and Reuters through their leading content arm, Chainalysis is at the forefront of blockchain companies, already a market leader, with the potential to scale to astronomic levels.Michael dives into his journey, from growing up in Denmark and developing a close early interest in computers, to his academic research, to an epiphanic moment stuck in a typhoon in South-East Asia and all the way to founding Chainalysis. His mentality, fascination with Wabi Sabi and seeking beauty in everything, as well as creating achievable routine habits provide amazing insight into the minds of a true modern tech leader.[ 0:00 - 4:29] Chainalysis & how every company could become a crypto company[ 4:29 - 10:51 ] Timeframe on crypto adoption[ 10:51 - 16:01 ] Chainalysis user cases[ 16:01 - 18:32 ] Bridging law enforcement and the unregulated world of crypto[ 18:32 - 21:39 ] Size and scale of Chainalysis[ 21:39 - 25:19] Raising money in a bear market[ 25:19 - 27:43] Taking inspiration from Google and Reuters[ 27:43 - 32:17 ] Remaining calm and maintaining perspective [ 32:17 - 37:32 ] 2 miles runs every morning and home-made cortados [ 37:32 - 40:23 ] Finding beauty in everything[ 40:23 - 43:01 ] Michael's Mana[ 43:01 - 46:17 ] An early fascination with computers and building things[ 46:17 - 52:07 ] Wanting to change the world[ 52:07 - 54:43 ] Finding the meaning of life at Bangkok airport [ 54:43 - 56:01 ] Who is Satoshi?[ 56:01 - 1:00:04 ] The Chainalysis Founding Story[ 1:00:04 - 1:05:47 ] Turning Chainalysis from an idea into an empire[ 1:04:41 - 1:07:58] Principles around culture[ 1:07:58 - 1:13:03 ] Winning talent, mentality as king and furthering careers[ 1:13:03 - 1:18:09 ] The Hollywood scenario for Chainalysis[ 1:18:09 - 1:23:13 ] Considering Space & Michael's approach to problem-solving[ 1:23:13 - 1:26:04 ] Advice for a bear market

    What Women Want Today
    Spiritual Awakening with Author Halle Evealyn

    What Women Want Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 36:42


    Featured in Time Magazine and USA Today and Good Morning America, Halle is a Transformational Wealth Coach, speaker, and writer who helps women clear their old patterns and beliefs so they can call in the financial power that brings freedom. Clearing the past experience of money makes it possible for her clients to cross the bridge to money's future, which Halle sees in Decentralized Finance and cryptocurrency. Drawing on over 30 years of business experience in software, real estate, film production, and travel, Halle's work with a variety of intuitive modalities is both deep and extremely fast, with clients experiencing powerful shifts in their thinking, feeling, and behavior regarding wealth. Her latest programs include Wealth Reclamation and CryptoCurious, and her podcast and YouTube show is Goddess of Crypto. Halle's Podcast  After her awakening in Egypt, Halle wrote the spiritual travel memoir, Red Goddess Rising , which tells that story and all about the subsequent trips she's led up the Nile for over a decade. A former blogger for The Huffington Post, she is also the author of 100 Ways To Be In Joy , and her latest book, NutriGlamorous, How To Be Beautiful Inside and Out.  You can find out more about here on her Website  Go and claim the FREE Gift The New Energy of Money HERE 

    Inclusive Life with Nicole Lee
    S2 EP7: with Dr. Crystal Menzies: Finding Inspiration from Maroon Communities to Guide Us Forward

    Inclusive Life with Nicole Lee

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 45:41


    One of the barriers for well meaning white folks and BIPOC who want to see a better world is this belief in the inevitability of positive outcomes. Dr. Crystal Menzies   When Dr. Menzies drops this pearl of insight into the latest Inclusive Life Podcast conversation with Nicole, Nicole names the “inevitability of positive outcomes” as “a uniquely U.S. American specific ‘cultural hiccup.'” The belief that it'll all work out in the end suggests a reality that doesn't comport with the history of revolutions.  There's no one “out there” who is going to save us. Dr. Crystal Menzies is a Black educator who has been on a quest for liberatory co-collaborators. She didn't find them within the education system. She didn't find them in non-profits, even within those organizations with anti-racist mission statements and rhetoric. Her truth telling was met with vilification and ostracization, even from her allies. Ultimately her quest- motivated by a desire to share the story of Black resistance, genius, and joy with her students- led her to the history and living reality of Maroon communities. Maroon communities are communities of self-emancipated Africans, folks who escaped from enslavement and started their own free rebel Black communities living in resistance to white supremacy and chattle slavery. These communities, varying in size, are a historical and living example of how, as Dr. Menzies shares, “folks get their freedom and maintain their freedom when surrounded by an oppressive system.”  Her study of Maroon cultures were the impetus for her current work, EmancipatEd, where the vision is to soak in the Black history of resistance, joy, and innovation to reimagine what is possible for Black communities. The work of EmancipatEd is done in collaboration with people who are (actually factually) from Maroon communities from Accompong, Jamaica, San Basilio de Palenque, in Colombia and Helvecia Bahia, Brazil.  Nicole and Dr. Menzies discuss that it is with these communities of resistance (and antagonism!) that we find a path forward in a time when the arc desperately needs more bending. Rather than a trust in the inevitability of justice, In Maroon communities, there is a fundamental “by any means necessary” determination. Maroon communities, both those that survived and didn't, are rooted in self-defense, self-determination, and the building of alliances and community with like minded people. In Maroon communities, there is a unity of purpose upon which their survival depends. This unity doesn't imply agreement on all things. In fact, embedded in this unity is the understanding that there will be trade-offs and radical sacrifice: it's not going to be pretty.  It's so important to know this history and these amazing humans, and Dr. Menzies is devoted to bringing Maroon stories to her Black students. These stories awaken these children and teens to their own freedom stories already unfolding in themselves, their families, and their communities. It helps them thrive outside the white gaze. When people believe the arc of justice is already bent, it keeps them complacent and believing that somewhere out there is someone who will get us across the finish line to justice and liberation. The stories from Maroon people tell a different story: that we must actively, tenaciously, by-all-means-necessary bend it ourselves. We hope you enjoy this conversation! If you'd like to know more about Maroon communities throughout the world, you can begin here, and also explore EmancipatEd Hidden History Cards.   About Dr. Menzies: Crystal Menzies, PhD (she/her) is an educator of Black and Brown youth, a postdoctoral researcher studying cultural community wealth, and the founder of EmancipatED. A former culturally responsive teacher in urban schools, Crystal aspired to teach her students about ways of being and thinking that did not center whiteness. However, she quickly realized that it would take more than being a “good teacher” to dismantle the systems of oppression that led to the systemic violence she and her students experienced. In an effort to tell a more expansive story of the Black experience across the Diaspora that didn't perpetuate trauma narratives, Crystal traveled the globe to learn about the rich history of resistance and liberation movements that are often made invisible in our collective history books. Drawing on her Guyanese and African American roots, the legacy of Black educators, educational psychology, liberatory pedagogy, and African-Diasporan history, Crystal founded EmancipatED to uncover our hidden Black history. Through research-based educational products that center Black communities, Crystal hopes to create environments in which Black people, as a collective, can find joy, empowerment, and community through multi-generational learning. Her flagship product is an exploration kit that shares the stories of Maroon communities, which offers Black and Brown families a model for how to navigate as liberated beings within oppressive systems. She lives in the Bay Area (or the Yay area as she affectionately refers to it) and enjoys reading, Marvel movies, and daydreaming of Black Futures.   Find Dr. Menzies: Website: EmancipatedEd IG: @emancipate_ed Tik Tok: @emancipate_ed

    Mark Groves Podcast
    A New Definition of Masculinity with John Wineland

    Mark Groves Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 50:52 Very Popular


    Themes: Liberation, Masculinity, Patriarchy, Karma, Relationships, Self-Awareness Summary: John Wineland is a renowned author, teacher and speaker who guides both men and women in the realms of life purpose, relational communication, sexual intimacy and embodiment. I've admired John's work for years, incorporating many of his teachings into my own journey. Join us for this episode where we explore a new vision of awakened masculinity — one rooted in conscious awareness, unflinching responsibility and true leadership. One that invites men to feel deeply, disavow numbness and turn away from ego-driven dogma that has harmed women, the planet, and men themselves. John's embodiment-driven teaching draws from not only over 30 years of experience of his own Buddhist meditative practice but from 13 years of intensive study and practice with renowned Yogic Intimacy teacher, David Deida. Drawing from Deida's revolutionary framework, as well as the deep lineages of Vajrayana, Tantra, Kundalini yoga, Taoist and Iron Shirt Qigong traditions, John seeks to create a profound experience for men and women longing to express their deepest desires with open, fierce and loving hearts. His new book, From The Core, shares a practical guide to redefine, heal and re-embrace masculinity in our world. Discover: How masculinity and what it means to be a valuable male within a relationship, community and society — is being redefined The value of integrating the masculine and the feminine within Simple practices to invite more presence, awareness and depth to your relationships 00:00 Intro 00:38 A new paradigm of masculinity 04:44 What is a liberated man? 08:36 Integrating the masculine and feminine within 10:35 Liberate yourself from patterns 13:58 The myth of the good husband 17:31 Why we resist liberation 19:42 Changing your karma  24:40 Make space for your inner self 26:57 Men want depth 30:28 Grief and anger 32:00 Beauty and awe 34:09 Love is not transactional 39:27 Killing the teacher 41:35 Internal patriarchy 43:24 Having a partner who challenges you 46:19 How to relate to the feminine 47:11 Toxic masculinity Links: Instagram | @john_wineland Workshop | The Virtual Workshop Series by John Wineland  Book | From the Core: A New Masculine Paradigm for Leading with Love, Living Your Truth & Healing the World by John Wineland  What Femininity Wants with John Wineland | The Mark Groves Podcast Sponsors: Cured Nutrition | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% all products at curednutrition.com/createthelove Organifi | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% off all products at organifi.com/createthelove Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Patricia Raskin Show
    Dr. Sara Mednick - Power of the Downstate

    The Patricia Raskin Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:00


    Dr. Sara Mednick is renowned sleep expert and a cognitive neuroscientist Professor of Psychology at the University of California. Her goal is to understanding how the brain and body works. Her lab does this through an around the clock seven-bedroom research study into sleep and the autonomic nervous system. Her research findings have been published in leading scientific journals such as Nature Neuroscience, The Proceedings from the National Academy of Science, and as well as many media outlets. She is the author of The Power Of The Downstate. Drawing on her original findings—and those of others across many fields of medicine—Dr. Mednick creates a comprehensive picture of the Upstate/Downstate rhythms that orchestrate all of our bodies' vital systems, along with a novel theory that aging is caused by spending less and less time in Downstate activities. The Power of the Downstate offers practical, evidence-based insight into how we can all enable those systems to work together in better harmony. Dr. Mednick will discuss: How our bodies and minds are guided by a natural Upstate/Downstate rhythm—and how our modern lifestyles disrupt these rhythms to our detriment; How our vital organs and systems benefit from spending more time in the Downstate – which decreases the risk for Alzheimer's disease, chronic illness, and early death; How we can activate the Downstate through rethinking how to breathe, eat, sleep and exercise; and The practical four-week Downstate RecoveryPlus Plan. How we can be alert, productive, and cognitively sharp during the day, feel greater intimacy and affection, and enjoy consolidated, restorative sleep at night . . . expand our years of mental and physical vitality.

    Liz on Biz with Liz Theresa
    E278 – Jamie Van Cuyk – Growing Your Team Strategically

    Liz on Biz with Liz Theresa

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


    Jamie Van Cuyk, the owner and lead strategist of Growing Your Team, is an expert in hiring and onboarding teams within small businesses.  Drawing from over 15 years of leadership experience, Jamie teaches her clients how to hire their early team members, including employees and long-term contractors. By learning the dynamics of each company and … Continued

    New Books in Sound Studies
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    New Books in Sound Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sound-studies

    New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

    New Books in Christian Studies
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    New Books in Christian Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/christian-studies

    New Books in Religion
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    New Books in Religion

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

    KRLD All Local
    Capital murder trial of Yaser Said drawing to a close

    KRLD All Local

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 5:14


    Plus, a dozen North Texas school districts begin classes this week, and one of them begins today.

    The Inner Game with Lindsey Wilson
    Sleep for the Simple Win - MM

    The Inner Game with Lindsey Wilson

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:44


    In today's Mental Monday, Lindsey is encouraging you to give your body what it really needs: Sleep. Drawing from her personal experience, Lindsey reminds you that oftentimes, the answer to feeling your best really is that simple.

    News with The Age
    The top stories for Tuesday, August 9

    News with The Age

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 2:48


    Liberals criticise the appointment of Matthew Guy's close friend as his chief of staff, COVID-19 estimated to be the nation's third-leading cause of death, and Australian pop music icon Olivia Newton-John dead at the age of 73. Welcome to News with The Age, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Melbourne everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Age brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia's most authoritative newsroom.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    setapartgirl
    221 Hurtful Christians - Personal Life Lessons Part Three

    setapartgirl

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:36


    This week, Leslie continues her series on Personal Life Lessons. In this candid and deeply personal episode, Leslie shares spiritual lessons from her own life about dealing with insensitive or hurtful Christians. Drawing from her personal experience, as well as sharing powerful stories from women in Christian history, Leslie shares Biblical perspective and practical truth for responding to hurtful people in a Christ-like and triumphant way. To learn more about the Set Apart Magazine or Leslie's Online Mentoring Program, visit www.setapartgirl.com. To support Set Apart Ministries please visit https://setapartgirl.com/support-setapartgirl/.

    X with Q - Leadership Podcast
    Social Skills, Leadership Styles, & Everyday Etiquette with Patricia Rossi

    X with Q - Leadership Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 40:04


    Join us for this extended cut with our special guest, Patricia Rossi. Drawing upon her twenty-plus years of experience in social and emotional intelligence, Patricia created the First Impressions, Lasting Impact Model to help others navigate the ever-changing social environment by maximizing their presence, performance, and professionalism in seven critical areas of influence. Her expertise in influence, impact, and impressions has helped professional athletes, business leaders, and corporations from all over the world develop their powerful social sixth sense, lead with more confidence, lean into their resilience, and jet-propel their productivity. Patricia breaks down the barriers to true social connection while debunking the stuffy rules of decorum. From the boardroom to the backyard BBQ, her clients learn the tools they need to feel more comfortable, assured, anxiety-free, and finally ditch social awkwardness and focus on building game-changing quality connections. She is a frequent speaker for top-tier sports organizations like the NFL, MLB, NCAA, and PGA. No stranger to the camera, Patricia has been a frequent contributor to many news and lifestyle programs and a television host of NBC Daytime's weekly Business Etiquette Minute for over 12 years, airing in 165 syndicated markets as well as HSN. Her depth of expertise has made her the featured business etiquette expert for Bloomberg, BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Real Simple, HGTV, and others. Patricia's bestselling book Everyday Etiquette: How to Navigate 101 Common and Uncommon Social Situations, St. Martin's Press, is now in its 15th printing with no signs of slowing down. Patricia Rossi ensures every client has what they need to stop struggling with small talk, network without nervousness, dine like a diplomat, and lead and proceed with business confidence, and competitive-edge social skills.Follow Pastor Q on Instagram (@markquattrochi)Leave a ReviewPrivacy PolicyPatricia Rossi on InstagramPatricia Rossi | WebEveryday Etiquette on AmazonTaking Flight with DISCWIN A SIGNED COPY OF PATRICIA'S BOOK!Text "XWITHQ" to 97000. 

    News with The Sydney Morning Herald
    The top stories for Tuesday, August 9

    News with The Sydney Morning Herald

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:10


    John Barilaro doubles down with fiery testimony to a trade role inquiry, COVID-19 estimated to be the nation's third-leading cause of death, and Australian pop music icon Olivia Newton-John dead at the age of 73. Welcome to News with The Sydney Morning Herald, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Sydney everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Sydney Morning Herald brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia's most authoritative newsroom.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    New Books Network
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    Princeton UP Ideas Podcast
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    Princeton UP Ideas Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here. 

    NBN Book of the Day
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    NBN Book of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/book-of-the-day

    The Rise Guys
    THAT'S QUITE AN INTERESTING DRAWING PAIGE..: HOUR ONE: 08/08/22

    The Rise Guys

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:07


    Hey Paige, can you draw a _____?.. Well that looks interesting Headlines with a guy ripping off a kid's lemonade stand with a counterfit hundred dollar bill Sports with Pete Rose audio from the weekend

    New Books in History
    Kim Haines-Eitzen, "Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us" (Princeton UP, 2022)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:16


    For the hermits and communal monks of antiquity, the desert was a place to flee the cacophony of ordinary life in order to hear and contemplate the voice of God. But these monks discovered something surprising in their harsh desert surroundings: far from empty and silent, the desert is richly reverberant. Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks—and What It Can Teach Us (Princeton UP, 2022) shares the stories and sayings of these ancient spiritual seekers, tracing how the ambient sounds of wind, thunder, water, and animals shaped the emergence and development of early Christian monasticism. Kim Haines-Eitzen draws on ancient monastic texts from Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine to explore how noise offered desert monks an opportunity to cultivate inner quietude, and shows how the desert quests of ancient monastics offer profound lessons for us about what it means to search for silence. Drawing on her own experiences making field recordings in the deserts of North America and Israel, she reveals how mountains, canyons, caves, rocky escarpments, and lush oases are deeply resonant places. Haines-Eitzen discusses how the desert is a place of paradoxes, both silent and noisy, pulling us toward contemplative isolation yet giving rise to vibrant collectives of fellow seekers. Accompanied by Haines-Eitzen's evocative audio recordings of desert environments, Sonorous Desert reveals how desert sounds taught ancient monks about solitude, silence, and the life of community, and how they can help us understand ourselves if we slow down and listen. You can listen to a series of recordings that go with each chapter of the book here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    Locked On Packers - Daily Podcast On The Green Bay Packers
    What rookie stood out on Family Night? Plus Jordan Love drawing praise, more

    Locked On Packers - Daily Podcast On The Green Bay Packers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 28:40


    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    VernissageTV Art TV
    Les Innombrables: Il gioco d'ombra trovato (2022) / Venice Art Biennale 2022

    VernissageTV Art TV

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


    The Opperman Report'
    Bombshell : The Night Bobby Kennedy Killed Marilyn Monroe

    The Opperman Report'

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 50:44


    Bombshell: The Night Bobby Kennedy Murdered Marilyn Monroe tells the essential truth of the death of Marilyn Monroe at the hand of Robert Kennedy, Attorney General of the United States. Drawing on unseen police files, Marilyn Monroe's private diary, and first-hand testimony, this book proves that Robert Kennedy was directly responsible for her death. It details Marilyn Monroe's tumultuous personal involvement with him and his brother, President John Kennedy. The new evidence and testimony is provided by Mike Rothmiller who, as an agent of the Organized Crime Intelligence Division (OCID) of the LAPD, had direct personal access to hundreds of secret files on exactly what happened at Marilyn Monroe's Californian home on August 5, 1962. With his training and specialist knowledge, Rothmiller used that unseen information to get to the heart of the matter, to the people who were there the night Marilyn Monroe died--two of whom played major roles in the cover-up--and the wider conspiracy to protect the Kennedys at all costs. There will be those with doubts, but to them, the lawman--who has advised the White House, the Pentagon, and international crime agencies--says the printed, forensic, and oral evidence are totally convincing. He insists: "If I presented my evidence in any court of law, I'd get a conviction." Includes eight pages of black and white photographs.

    The Opperman Report
    Bombshell : The Night Bobby Kennedy Killed Marilyn Monroe

    The Opperman Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 50:44


    Bombshell: The Night Bobby Kennedy Murdered Marilyn Monroe tells the essential truth of the death of Marilyn Monroe at the hand of Robert Kennedy, Attorney General of the United States. Drawing on unseen police files, Marilyn Monroe's private diary, and first-hand testimony, this book proves that Robert Kennedy was directly responsible for her death. It details Marilyn Monroe's tumultuous personal involvement with him and his brother, President John Kennedy. The new evidence and testimony is provided by Mike Rothmiller who, as an agent of the Organized Crime Intelligence Division (OCID) of the LAPD, had direct personal access to hundreds of secret files on exactly what happened at Marilyn Monroe's Californian home on August 5, 1962. With his training and specialist knowledge, Rothmiller used that unseen information to get to the heart of the matter, to the people who were there the night Marilyn Monroe died--two of whom played major roles in the cover-up--and the wider conspiracy to protect the Kennedys at all costs. There will be those with doubts, but to them, the lawman--who has advised the White House, the Pentagon, and international crime agencies--says the printed, forensic, and oral evidence are totally convincing. He insists: "If I presented my evidence in any court of law, I'd get a conviction." Includes eight pages of black and white photographs.

    Make Art Not Content
    The Most Prolific Artist Who Ever Lived

    Make Art Not Content

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 9:42


    Here are 6 valuable lessons you can learn from the most prolific artist who ever lived.

    Daily Devotions from Lutheran Hour Ministries

    August 6, 2022 Daily Devotion from Lutheran Hour Ministries

    Musicians vs the World
    Don't Be a Lone Wolf: Collaboration for Musicians with Amy VanderLugt, NCTM

    Musicians vs the World

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:19


    As of 2017, an estimated 194,000 musicians are in the US labor force. Approximately one-third of those musicians identify themselves as self-employed. How do these “lone wolf” musicians find the support and resources they need to survive their careers? In today's episode, Amy VanderLugt, NCTM, President of the North Fulton Music Teachers Association, joins Christine to talk about the importance of networking and professional collaboration. Drawing on her experiences from over thirty years as an independent music teacher, Mrs. VanderLugt discusses the professional, educational, and musical advantages to being connected to other musicians through associations. Find detailed show notes on our podcast page: https://frostedlens.com/musicians-vs-the-world/f/dont-be-the-lone-wolf-collaboration-for-musicians

    Ironweeds
    Does The New Star Trek Betray The Socialist Principles Of The Original Series?

    Ironweeds

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 107:49


    The venerable Star Trek universe is really the only major pop culture property that can be claimed as certifiably leftist. But how do the newest batch of shows hold up? In a special crossover episode, Lyta Gold of Art for the End Times teams up with a lively panel of fellow podcasters and Trekkies—David Banks and Britney Gil (Iron Weeds), Leslie Lee III (Struggle Session), and Aaron Thorpe (Trillbilly Workers Party, Struggle Session, and Everybody Loves Communism)—to discuss the most recent Star Trek show to hit the airwaves, Strange New Worlds. Drawing on decades of collective Trekkie experience, they debate Paramount's increasingly cynical approach to making Trek, and how the whole series succeeds (or fails) in imagining fully automated luxury space communism while still being created by capitalists.

    New Books Network
    John Goodall, "The Castle: A History" (Yale UP, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:49


    In The Castle: A History (Yale University Press, 2022) Dr. John Goodall presents a vibrant history of the castle in Britain, from the early Middle Ages to the present day. The castle has long had a pivotal place in British life, associated with lordship, landholding, and military might, and today it remains a powerful symbol of history. But castles have never been merely impressive fortresses—they were hubs of life, activity, and imagination. Dr. John Goodall weaves together the history of the British castle across the span of a millennium, from the eleventh to the twenty-first century, through the voices of those who witnessed it. Drawing on chronicles, poems, letters, and novels, including the work of figures like Gawain Poet, Walter Scott, Evelyn Waugh, and P. G. Wodehouse, Dr. Goodall explores the importance of the castle in our culture and society. From the medieval period to Civil War engagements, right up to modern manifestations in Harry Potter, Dr. Goodall reveals that the castle has always been put to different uses, and to this day continues to serve as a source of inspiration. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    New Books in Architecture
    John Goodall, "The Castle: A History" (Yale UP, 2022)

    New Books in Architecture

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:49


    In The Castle: A History (Yale University Press, 2022) Dr. John Goodall presents a vibrant history of the castle in Britain, from the early Middle Ages to the present day. The castle has long had a pivotal place in British life, associated with lordship, landholding, and military might, and today it remains a powerful symbol of history. But castles have never been merely impressive fortresses—they were hubs of life, activity, and imagination. Dr. John Goodall weaves together the history of the British castle across the span of a millennium, from the eleventh to the twenty-first century, through the voices of those who witnessed it. Drawing on chronicles, poems, letters, and novels, including the work of figures like Gawain Poet, Walter Scott, Evelyn Waugh, and P. G. Wodehouse, Dr. Goodall explores the importance of the castle in our culture and society. From the medieval period to Civil War engagements, right up to modern manifestations in Harry Potter, Dr. Goodall reveals that the castle has always been put to different uses, and to this day continues to serve as a source of inspiration. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/architecture

    The Thy Neighbor Podcast
    A God of Miracles & Expecting Faith | Shane Murphy S2 E58

    The Thy Neighbor Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 42:03


    Shane Murphy is a family friend & is the husband to Katherine Murphy, a cousin and close friend. His experience in his youth was nothing short of challenging, something he doesn't wish on anyone else, nevertheless his disadvantages made him hungry for change and greatness. Listen to the ways God had an impact on his life and the power of his missionary service at 19 years old. The blessings of that service are still yielding results in his current business & family. "An important element in the work of Jesus Christ, being not only divine acts, but forming also a part of the divine teaching. Christianity is founded on the greatest of all miracles, the resurrection or our Lord. If that be admitted, other miracles cease to be improbable."(Bible Dictionary Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Miracles, pg. 732) Drawing on the Powers of Heaven, Grant Von Harrison https://www.amazon.com/Drawing-Powers-Heaven-Grant-Harrison/dp/0910558000 

    Mornings with Eric and Brigitte
    Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters - with Dr. Meg Meeker

    Mornings with Eric and Brigitte

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 12:57


    Being a parent is one of God's greatest callings, but that responsibility is overwhelming. On Friday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Dr. Meg Meeker joins us to explain that is why she wrote her book, Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters and why it inspired the new Pure Flix original movie. Drawing on her thirty years' experience practicing pediatric and adolescent medicine, teen health expert Dr. Meg Meeker explains why an active father figure is maybe the single most important factor in a young woman's development. Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters - Pure FlixSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    New Books in History
    John Goodall, "The Castle: A History" (Yale UP, 2022)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:49


    In The Castle: A History (Yale University Press, 2022) Dr. John Goodall presents a vibrant history of the castle in Britain, from the early Middle Ages to the present day. The castle has long had a pivotal place in British life, associated with lordship, landholding, and military might, and today it remains a powerful symbol of history. But castles have never been merely impressive fortresses—they were hubs of life, activity, and imagination. Dr. John Goodall weaves together the history of the British castle across the span of a millennium, from the eleventh to the twenty-first century, through the voices of those who witnessed it. Drawing on chronicles, poems, letters, and novels, including the work of figures like Gawain Poet, Walter Scott, Evelyn Waugh, and P. G. Wodehouse, Dr. Goodall explores the importance of the castle in our culture and society. From the medieval period to Civil War engagements, right up to modern manifestations in Harry Potter, Dr. Goodall reveals that the castle has always been put to different uses, and to this day continues to serve as a source of inspiration. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    New Books in European Studies
    John Goodall, "The Castle: A History" (Yale UP, 2022)

    New Books in European Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:49


    In The Castle: A History (Yale University Press, 2022) Dr. John Goodall presents a vibrant history of the castle in Britain, from the early Middle Ages to the present day. The castle has long had a pivotal place in British life, associated with lordship, landholding, and military might, and today it remains a powerful symbol of history. But castles have never been merely impressive fortresses—they were hubs of life, activity, and imagination. Dr. John Goodall weaves together the history of the British castle across the span of a millennium, from the eleventh to the twenty-first century, through the voices of those who witnessed it. Drawing on chronicles, poems, letters, and novels, including the work of figures like Gawain Poet, Walter Scott, Evelyn Waugh, and P. G. Wodehouse, Dr. Goodall explores the importance of the castle in our culture and society. From the medieval period to Civil War engagements, right up to modern manifestations in Harry Potter, Dr. Goodall reveals that the castle has always been put to different uses, and to this day continues to serve as a source of inspiration. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

    Apollos Watered
    S2:E115: Deep Conversation w/ Jay Moon & Bud Simon: Good News In A Diverse World, Pt. 1

    Apollos Watered

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 52:35


    Travis welcomes Jay Moon & Bud Simon to the show! Have you ever tried to share Jesus with someone from a different religion and crashed and burned? Have you found the approaches you've been taught for sharing Jesus to be ineffective? Especially with people who have no familiarity with Jesus or the Christian faith? Drawing upon their experiences as missionaries, Jay Moon and Bud Simon, act as guides along the path of faith, showing us how to share Jesus in a pluralistic world that is increasingly unfamiliar with the Christian faith. This is a conversation that is insightful and practical in helping you share Jesus with those in your everyday world! Learn more about https://www.ivpress.com/w-jay-moon (W. Jay Moon) and https://www.ivpress.com/w-bud-simon (W. Bud Simon). Get the book https://www.amazon.com/Effective-Intercultural-Evangelism-Diverse-World/dp/083083172X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=38VRV2I8XE3VA&keywords=effective+intercultural+evangelism&qid=1659654102&sprefix=effective+intercultural+evangelism%2Caps%2C117&sr=8-1 (Effective Intercultural Evangelism). Get the https://digitalbiblecollege.com/products/faith-sharing-card-game?variant=7684452843585 (Faith Sharing Card Game). Sign up for the Apollos Watered https://linktr.ee/apolloswatered (newsletter). Help support the ministry of https://apolloswatered.org/support-us/ (Apollos Watered) and transform your world today!

    New Books in Military History
    John Goodall, "The Castle: A History" (Yale UP, 2022)

    New Books in Military History

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:49


    In The Castle: A History (Yale University Press, 2022) Dr. John Goodall presents a vibrant history of the castle in Britain, from the early Middle Ages to the present day. The castle has long had a pivotal place in British life, associated with lordship, landholding, and military might, and today it remains a powerful symbol of history. But castles have never been merely impressive fortresses—they were hubs of life, activity, and imagination. Dr. John Goodall weaves together the history of the British castle across the span of a millennium, from the eleventh to the twenty-first century, through the voices of those who witnessed it. Drawing on chronicles, poems, letters, and novels, including the work of figures like Gawain Poet, Walter Scott, Evelyn Waugh, and P. G. Wodehouse, Dr. Goodall explores the importance of the castle in our culture and society. From the medieval period to Civil War engagements, right up to modern manifestations in Harry Potter, Dr. Goodall reveals that the castle has always been put to different uses, and to this day continues to serve as a source of inspiration. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

    New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
    Maya Mikdashi, "Sextarianism: Sovereignty, Secularism, and the State in Lebanon" (Stanford UP, 2022)

    New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 65:39


    The Lebanese state is structured through religious freedom and secular power sharing across sectarian groups. Every sect has specific laws that govern kinship matters like marriage or inheritance. Together with criminal and civil laws, these laws regulate and produce political difference. But whether women or men, Muslims or Christians, queer or straight, all people in Lebanon have one thing in common—they are biopolitical subjects forged through bureaucratic, ideological, and legal techniques of the state. With this book, Maya Mikdashi offers a new way to understand state power, theorizing how sex, sexuality, and sect shape and are shaped by law, secularism, and sovereignty. Drawing on court archives, public records, and ethnography of the Court of Cassation, the highest civil court in Lebanon, Mikdashi shows how political difference is entangled with religious, secular, and sexual difference. She presents state power as inevitably contingent, like the practices of everyday life it engenders, focusing on the regulation of religious conversion, the curation of legal archives, state and parastatal violence, and secular activism. Sextarianism: Sovereignty, Secularism, and the State in Lebanon (Stanford UP, 2022) locates state power in the experiences, transitions, uprisings, and violence that people in the Middle East continue to live. Maya Mikdashi is Associate Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and a Lecturer in the Middle East Studies Program at Rutgers University. Alize Arıcan is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

    Tara Brach
    Three Blessings in Spiritual Life – Part 1: Forgiveness

    Tara Brach

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 49:54 Very Popular


    Three Blessings in Spiritual Life – Part 1: Forgiveness - This 3-part series explores three capacities we all have, that when cultivated, bring spiritual awakening and serve the healing of our world. Drawing on an ancient teaching story from India, we explore together the power of a forgiving heart, the inner fire that expresses as courage and dedication, and the inquiry of “who am I” that reveals our deepest nature.

    The Showdown Hoedown
    Wyndham Championship | Emergency Stream | Week Long Picks, Strategies, Q&A, & Live Drawing!

    The Showdown Hoedown

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 70:56


    Wyndham Championship | Emergency Stream Week Long Picks, Strategies, Q&A, & Live Drawing!Don't Forget to check out my Patreon Page!https://www.patreon.com/Degenerate75Make sure you Follow me on, Twitter | https://twitter.com/TheDegenerate75Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/the_degenerate75/TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@the_degenerate75

    Greene & Lewis
    159: The Collapse Never Comes

    Greene & Lewis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 72:51


    A hot pod and a little bit of everything. We rundown some news items upfront, then discuss, mid-life crises, business papers, travel planning, a $30 steak, and bad energy encounters.

    New Books Network
    Kajri Jain, "Gods in the Time of Democracy" (Duke UP, 2021)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 53:33


    In 2018 India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, inaugurated the world's tallest statue: a 597-foot figure of nationalist leader Sardar Patel. Twice the height of the Statue of Liberty, it is but one of many massive statues built following India's economic reforms of the 1990s. In Gods in the Time of Democracy (Duke UP, 2021), Kajri Jain examines how monumental icons emerged as a religious and political form in contemporary India, mobilizing the concept of emergence toward a radical treatment of art historical objects as dynamic assemblages. Drawing on a decade of fieldwork at giant statue sites in India and its diaspora and interviews with sculptors, patrons, and visitors, Jain masterfully describes how public icons materialize the intersections between new image technologies, neospiritual religious movements, Hindu nationalist politics, globalization, and Dalit-Bahujan verifications of equality and presence. Centering the ex-colony in rethinking key concepts of the image, Jain demonstrates how these new aesthetic forms entail a simultaneously religious and political retooling of the "infrastructures of the sensible." Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    New Books in Political Science
    Kajri Jain, "Gods in the Time of Democracy" (Duke UP, 2021)

    New Books in Political Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 53:33


    In 2018 India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, inaugurated the world's tallest statue: a 597-foot figure of nationalist leader Sardar Patel. Twice the height of the Statue of Liberty, it is but one of many massive statues built following India's economic reforms of the 1990s. In Gods in the Time of Democracy (Duke UP, 2021), Kajri Jain examines how monumental icons emerged as a religious and political form in contemporary India, mobilizing the concept of emergence toward a radical treatment of art historical objects as dynamic assemblages. Drawing on a decade of fieldwork at giant statue sites in India and its diaspora and interviews with sculptors, patrons, and visitors, Jain masterfully describes how public icons materialize the intersections between new image technologies, neospiritual religious movements, Hindu nationalist politics, globalization, and Dalit-Bahujan verifications of equality and presence. Centering the ex-colony in rethinking key concepts of the image, Jain demonstrates how these new aesthetic forms entail a simultaneously religious and political retooling of the "infrastructures of the sensible." Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

    New Books Network
    Maya Mikdashi, "Sextarianism: Sovereignty, Secularism, and the State in Lebanon" (Stanford UP, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 65:39


    The Lebanese state is structured through religious freedom and secular power sharing across sectarian groups. Every sect has specific laws that govern kinship matters like marriage or inheritance. Together with criminal and civil laws, these laws regulate and produce political difference. But whether women or men, Muslims or Christians, queer or straight, all people in Lebanon have one thing in common—they are biopolitical subjects forged through bureaucratic, ideological, and legal techniques of the state. With this book, Maya Mikdashi offers a new way to understand state power, theorizing how sex, sexuality, and sect shape and are shaped by law, secularism, and sovereignty. Drawing on court archives, public records, and ethnography of the Court of Cassation, the highest civil court in Lebanon, Mikdashi shows how political difference is entangled with religious, secular, and sexual difference. She presents state power as inevitably contingent, like the practices of everyday life it engenders, focusing on the regulation of religious conversion, the curation of legal archives, state and parastatal violence, and secular activism. Sextarianism: Sovereignty, Secularism, and the State in Lebanon (Stanford UP, 2022) locates state power in the experiences, transitions, uprisings, and violence that people in the Middle East continue to live. Maya Mikdashi is Associate Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and a Lecturer in the Middle East Studies Program at Rutgers University. Alize Arıcan is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    New Books in Gender Studies
    Maya Mikdashi, "Sextarianism: Sovereignty, Secularism, and the State in Lebanon" (Stanford UP, 2022)

    New Books in Gender Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 65:39


    The Lebanese state is structured through religious freedom and secular power sharing across sectarian groups. Every sect has specific laws that govern kinship matters like marriage or inheritance. Together with criminal and civil laws, these laws regulate and produce political difference. But whether women or men, Muslims or Christians, queer or straight, all people in Lebanon have one thing in common—they are biopolitical subjects forged through bureaucratic, ideological, and legal techniques of the state. With this book, Maya Mikdashi offers a new way to understand state power, theorizing how sex, sexuality, and sect shape and are shaped by law, secularism, and sovereignty. Drawing on court archives, public records, and ethnography of the Court of Cassation, the highest civil court in Lebanon, Mikdashi shows how political difference is entangled with religious, secular, and sexual difference. She presents state power as inevitably contingent, like the practices of everyday life it engenders, focusing on the regulation of religious conversion, the curation of legal archives, state and parastatal violence, and secular activism. Sextarianism: Sovereignty, Secularism, and the State in Lebanon (Stanford UP, 2022) locates state power in the experiences, transitions, uprisings, and violence that people in the Middle East continue to live. Maya Mikdashi is Associate Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and a Lecturer in the Middle East Studies Program at Rutgers University. Alize Arıcan is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

    Struggle Session
    Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Crossover

    Struggle Session

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 110:34


    Listen to this ep ad free on The Real News feed: https://therealnews.com/does-the-new-star-trek-betray-the-socialist-principles-of-the-original-series Or support the show and listen to every episode ad free with hundreds of bonus episodes by subscribing at http://sesh.plus or http://patreon.com/strugglesession or http://strugglesession.substack.com The venerable Star Trek universe is really the only major pop culture property that can be claimed as certifiably leftist. But how do the newest batch of shows hold up?  In a special crossover episode, Lyta Gold of Art for the End Times teams up with a lively panel of fellow podcasters and Trekkies—David Banks and Britney Gil (Iron Weeds), Leslie Lee III (Struggle Session), and Aaron Thorpe (Trillbilly Workers Party, Struggle Session, and Everybody Loves Communism)—to discuss the most recent Star Trek show to hit the airwaves, Strange New Worlds. Drawing on decades of collective Trekkie experience, they debate Paramount's increasingly cynical approach to making Trek, and how the whole series succeeds (or fails) in imagining fully automated luxury space communism while still being created by capitalists. Pre-Production/Studio/Post-Production: Dwayne Gladden Struggle Session brought to you by Blue Wire Network Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Thinking Like A Boss
    Episode 183: Mothering by the Book

    Thinking Like A Boss

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 36:00


    As you know, I've decided to focus and be even more present with my little ones. As a mama we want to nourish our families but fear creeps in and steals our joy. I am so excited for today's timely conversations with Jennifer Pepito - Author, mama of 7 and Founder of The Peaceful Press - providing families curriculum that promotes connection between parents and children. We are diving into her new book, Mothering by the Book: The Power of Reading Aloud to Overcome Fear and Recapture Joy. Tune in as we take you on a journey behind the book. Join us in the conversation. Take a screenshot, share your biggest takeaway and tag us on Instagram stories @katecrocco   RESOURCES: Jennifer Pepito - The Peaceful Press Shop | Mothering by the Book 30 Days to Think Like a Boss Devotional, to help you step outside of fear and lean on your faith to create an unshakable mindset even when things are hard and uncertain. Head to katecrocco.com/devotional for 30 days of daily inspiration directly to your inbox for FREE.   Drawing the Line - AVAILABLE NOW

    3 Point Perspective: The Illustration Podcast
    The Illustration Checklist

    3 Point Perspective: The Illustration Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 59:38 Very Popular


    Is my style too mature for kid's books? Is design more important than drawing? What's the big deal about shapes? Jake Parker, Will Terry, and Lee White address these topics and much more in this episode.Sign up for SVSLearn's 14 Day Trial: https://courses.svslearn.com/bundles/subscription3 Point Perspective Podcast is sponsored by SVSLearn.com, the place where becoming a great illustrator starts!Click here for this episode's links and shownotes.