Former television reporter and Rock 'n' Roll professor Jarred "Yeti" Aslett joins Doc in the studio to share his amazing journey. After finding himself weighing 500 pounds and facing some serious limitations in his life, Jared opted for a change. Eighteen months later and 235 pounds lighter, Jared loaded his bag and set out from the Mexican border on the Pacific Crest Trail. Tune in and listen up as the two discuss slipping clutches, sketchy mountains, duct tape fixes, the Misfits, lessons learned, and, of course, some good old fashioned Type II Fun! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
HURRAY! The gang are back to watch the first half of Lethal Weapon 2! Does Drew have a low IQ and a new real gf? Plus alot of news about AMP, OJ and CCSBMC.
Having left Simon at the hotel, Maggie and Lady Elisabeth stop at the National Museum to track down some information, while Professor Courtenay and Fraser see a jeweler about something special.
On today's episode…The US banks had a really bad day Monday but the FDIC and Biden say don't panic, everyone will be covered (00:22:44). Biden administration approves $7B Willow oil project in Alaska (00:08:46). Canada Supreme Court justice on paid leave after drunken hotel fight over his 'creepy' behavior toward female guests (00:36:30) (00:00:00) - Intro ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ (00:03:47) - Joke of the day - What do you call a woman that says she can do anything a man can do? (00:04:24) - Oscars 2023 recap - it sucked… (00:08:46) - Biden administration approves $7B Willow oil project in Alaska (00:11:32) - Eighteen female guards at 'Britain's cushiest jail' fired for having illicit affairs with inmates (00:16:39) - A 4-Day work week bill reintroduced in the House (00:20:14) - Africa is splitting in half, slowly forming a new ocean
This week features the coaches of Putnam County baseball talking about their teams and the upcoming season.
On this episode of the Dance Cry Dance Break, we open with “Hello, Handsome,” an original story by ¡Hola Papi! columnist and author John Paul Brammer followed by the exclusive premiere of please don't let me be, the deluxe edition of the album from eighteen-year-old producer and songwriter Sarabean.Eighteen-year-old singer/songwriter, producer Sarah Holland has been releasing music as Sarabean from her Florida bedroom since 2019 and recently relocated to Portland, Oregon. Her stunning, full-length debut album, “please don't let me be”, blends dreamy synths and warm acoustic guitars with blunt, confessional lyrics and breathtakingly intimate vocals.Bandcamp Spotify Instagram John Paul Brammer grew up in rural Oklahoma with aspirations of writing and making art. He started his path in journalism writing for The Guardian, NBC News, and Teen Vogue, then moved to Condé Nast as a writer while running his popular LGBTQ and Latino advice column, ¡Hola Papi!. From there, he worked with the Trevor Project to consult on their editorial content. He currently self-publishes his column at Substack and has a memoir of the same name published under Simon & Schuster's flagship imprint in June of 2021. He writes and illustrates for outlets like The Washington Post, Guernica, Catapult, and many more. He's also presently working with Netflix on The Most, a small team that creates content, consults on projects, and builds community based on the company's LGBTQ material.Book Twitter Instagram WebsiteHey, Handsomeby John Paul BrammerIt's been over a day since I've asked Peter if he was free on Thursday. This is nothing new for us. I didn't consider the text to be risky when I sent it. We do this at least once a month. One of us will ask what the other's week looks like, and we'll figure out a time to get together, always at my place. It takes some planning as he lives uptown and I live in Brooklyn. This feels farther than it is. I don't consider our meeting up a routine. Although there's a rhythm to it, it nonetheless always feels like a spontaneous and welcome thing. Each month one of us happily remembers the other. Dealing with men, loving men, being attracted to men—however you want to say it, it has its lessons. The lessons are often silly, sideways things. They are intuited over time rather than set in stone, and so they're difficult to articulate. Setting anything in stone with men is nigh impossible anyway. One of these lessons is how to divine meaning out of silence, how to measure quiet in emotional cubits. Thirty minutes, he's busy. A few hours, maybe something came up. A day, uh oh. I wake up, eat breakfast, start work, and at some undetermined point I pass the threshold into unreasonable territory where it's unlikely that Peter simply hasn't seen the text. Another lesson when it comes to men—it's never the convenient excuse, the one you're rooting for. It's always the unwanted, the banal, the thing you hope it's not. Work. Eat again. Sleep. Now comes either the long nothing, or the dreaded formality of a follow-up, the explanation as to why business as usual can no longer be conducted. The follow-ups have become more common in my experience. I don't know if it's because I'm getting older and people feel the need to be more mature about things, or because it's a trend on social media to practice a sort of bureaucratic honesty with your flings or lovers or whatever you want to call them. I can't decide if I like it more or less than being quietly disposed of. In my more cynical moments, I like it less. It smacks of self-satisfaction. I am emotionally mature for this. Yet another lesson in dealing with men, though. You don't usually get what you like. “Hey, handsome,” the text begins. I've noticed this, too. The measuring out of salt and sugar, the affirmation up top followed by the heart of the matter. “So, I've started seeing someone…” I lightly skim the rest. I already know my role in this exchange, and I'm fine with playing it. It's good that Pete found someone. We weren't going anywhere. If things had worked out, we would have ordered Italian to my place and poured two glasses of wine. We would have started watching a movie before leaving our clothes puddled on my bedroom floor. We would have enjoyed it, and maybe he would have spent the night, as he sometimes did. If he did, he would have kissed me in the blurry morning before heading to the train. We wouldn't have seen each other for a while after that. That's hardly a steady relationship. I have no right to be upset. So I'm not. Or at least I give no indication that I am, and I am resolute inside myself. You have no right. It's not that I harbor some secret love for Peter, some hope, however dim, that we would end up together. That's not what I want, in truth. But the truth that crests like a strange fish is hard to name, is mostly obscured underwater. Why be hurt? Peter with his shoulder-length hair and the tattoo on his thigh, with his odd jobs and his reluctant laugh like he's doing something wrong. I like these things. Maybe the hurt is because they're suddenly gone. It's change, and change is frightening. It's change of a sort that locks us out of self-pity. Entirely expected, and indeed, what you signed up for. The heart hooks onto little things like this. It hurts as they are tugged and pulled away. Or. There's something to be said about the people who don't owe you any great emotional responsibility, and yet show up regardless. Everyone wants their soulmate, but the idea is one of two people who prioritize each other, make each other the whole world. There's something to be said about the other types of affection. The people who show up at your door because they enjoy you, because they're attracted to you, because they find you altogether hard to resist on a lonely Thursday. The pleasure in these casual dynamics isn't just from another person wanting you. It's that it allows you to see yourself in a certain way; as desirable, as a person with a certain gravity. You're here because you want me. It's a flattering mirror. It makes sense that we would seek out reflections like these, and that it would sting when one is taken away. Or. Our appetites make strange beasts of us all. Wants are hard to name, hard to examine, almost impossible to trace to their source. Sex with Peter. Sleeping with Peter in my arms. Kissing goodbye. Getting the occasional text, How's it going? Feeling wanted by Peter, imagining how he must see me, and how it must be better than how I see me for him to have gone so far out of his way, all the way from uptown. It was a little joke that I'd bring him something back from Mexico. But I did, a small ceramic painted skull. It cost a few coins and was wrapped in a sheet of newspaper. I forgot to give it to him the last time he was here, despite it being right there on the table where we ate. It's still there. A tiny, laughing skull. A little joke. It's hard to be honest about intimacy. It's embarrassing the way it makes you a child again, the way it feels, every single time, like you ought to have known better, that you ought to have seen it coming. That's probably why we don't talk about it much, or why we pretend intimacies are easily arranged into good and bad, mistakes and successes, the important ones and the unimportant ones. It's harder to accept that, in their own way, they're all important. They all matter.The dull ache annoys me. I almost wish it would rise to the occasion of heartache. But it can't, so it doesn't. “Totally understand,” I say back.The Dance Cry Dance Break is written and produced by Natalie Bayne and recorded and edited by Moe Provencher. Our stories are edited by Timaree Marston.Theme music is Red Lines, by Tiny Tiny. Today's story was voiced by Kevin Murray.Dance Cry Dance is an arts collective in Seattle, WA. Paid subscriptions support our artists and writers. To hear the extended version of this episode featuring an interview conversation between John Paul and Sarah, subscribe to Dance Cry Dance + at Apple Podcasts. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit break.dancecrydance.com
Get Into Gate: A Stargate Podcast
So. Many. Carters. (is this Nareem's dream?) Let's talk 'Ripple Effect', where too many SG-1 teams is never enough (even when there's EIGHTEEN of them!) And a big welcome back to Get Into Gate: LA Chapter's Jakob, who rejoins the podcast this episode. Subscribe & listen now on your favourite podcasting app! Join us and discover or re-live the magic of all things Stargate! Find us on: Facebook: facebook.com/Get-Into-Gate-265524513827574/ Twitter: twitter.com/GetIntoGate Instagram: instagram.com/getintogate Patreon: www.patreon.com/getintogate Get Into Gate is a weekly celebration of all things STARGATE brought to you by the team behind Get Into Geek. When we discovered one of our own, Rhys, had never seen one second of STARGATE and was forever left out of our in-jokes and throwback references, the rest of the team decided to rediscover it with him and breakdown the series one episode at a time.
Welcome to Tales From Yaya's: The Your Honor Podcast, your dedicated after-show podcast for Showtime's Your Honor! Photo credit: Andrew Cooper/SHOWTIME. In this week's podcast, Caroline and Mike break down Part Eighteen of Your Honor! Do you have questions? Theories? We'd love to hear your thoughts ... join us at our Facebook Group for Your Honor! WATCH YOUR HONOR: Your Honor MORE IN THIS SERIES Season 1 Episodes: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 Season 2 Episodes: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 FOLLOW THE HOSTS: Caroline | Mike ### Credits: Music: “Panic Room” by E.L. Mahon, licensed by Pod Clubhouse. This podcast was recorded in Pod Clubhouse Studios and edited by Caroline Daley and assembled by Michael Caputo.
CREED III is another movie in the ROCKY franchise about Apollo Creed's son, Adonis. Adonis Creed's world turns upside down when an old friend comes into town and wants to fight Adonis' lead boxer. When Adonis was young, he followed his friend, Damian, to boxing matches. One day Damian and Adonis get into trouble, and Damian is taken away by police. Eighteen years later, Damian gets out of jail and comes to Adonis' gym. Damian wants to fight Adonis' lead fighter, Felix. Adonis only says yes because he feels guilty about the past.
Tales From Yaya's: The Your Honor Podcast
Welcome to Tales From Yaya’s: The Your Honor Podcast, your dedicated after-show podcast for Showtime’s Your Honor! In this week’s podcast, Caroline and Mike break down Part Eighteen of Your […]
Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
On this episode, the Shipping Container convenes to discuss Chris Cote's similarities with Jerry Seinfeld, Billy learns what it's like to talk to Billy, getting into voiceover work, doodling, an update from Witty on Raya and maybe being on dating shows, what would we would write a book about, and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, the Shipping Container convenes to discuss Chris Cote's similarities with Jerry Seinfeld, Billy learns what it's like to talk to Billy, getting into voiceover work, doodling, an update from Witty on Raya and maybe being on dating shows, what would we would write a book about, and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Training Without Conflict Podcast
Training Without Conflict® Podcast Episode Eighteen: Jany BöhmLast month we had the privilege of working with Jany Böhm over a series of workshops at my place in Florida.During that time, we had truly amazing training, but more importantly got to know each other as friends. In this great conversation, we were able to discuss many things about IGP dogsport, helper work, past and future dogs, and stories about competitions in the past. For those who don't know him, Jany Böhm is one of the most decorated figures in IGP dogsport. He is most well known for being a world class helper that has been selected to be the helper for many World Championships including the upcoming FMBB World Championship in Romania. However, Jany has had great success as a competitor as well. He was Vice World Champion at the FCI Championship in 2016 with his dog Forny, and has placed in the top 10 several times at World Championships. He has also won multiple National Championships in his home country of the Czech Republic. I hope you all enjoy this fantastic conversation!For more information about Jany Böhm, check out: https://www.instagram.com/janybohm/Ivan Balabanov is a 2-time World Champion dog trainer, Ot Vitosha Malinois breeder, trainer of Premier Protection Dogs and founder of the revolutionary Training Without Conflict® dog training system.For more information about Ivan Balabanov and information on how to train your dog using the Training Without Conflict® system, check out: https://trainingwithoutconflict.comhttps://malinois.comhttps://premierprotectiondogs.comPlease like, comment, and share with your dog friends
Dennis Dunaway is an American musician, best known as the original bass guitarist for the rock band Alice Cooper (1962–1975, 1999, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2021). He co-wrote some of the band's most notable songs, including "I'm Eighteen" and "School's Out". It is kind of funny how he ended up on Episode 18 and no that was not planned!! Dennis Dunaway was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011 as a founding member of the band named Alice Cooper. Dennis and the group are in the Grammy Hall of Fame for co-writing “School's Out.” Dennis' book, Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!: My Adventures In The Alice Cooper Group has been translated into German, and the audiobook, narrated by Dennis, is available at Audible.com. And the new paperback version features a very special introduction by Alice Cooper. VersoFest 2023 March30th-April 2!Blue Coupe plays in concert at The Westport Library Friday March 10th!Also Dennis will be part of VersoFest in another form by showing off DR. DREARY'S SNAKES MUSEUM OF ALICE COOPER ARTIFACTS April 1st and 2nd! Mini-museum exhibition of Alice Cooper Group costumes, stage props, instruments, photos, and much more!DENNIS DUNAWAY presents LIVE FROM THE ASTROTURF on April 2 at 7pm! Founding Spiders and Alice Cooper Group bassist Dennis Dunaway hosts a special screening of the documentary Live from the Astroturf featuring a Q&A and book signing (Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!)Dennis currently records and tours with Blue Coupe featuring Joe and Albert Bouchard of Blue Öyster Cult fame and singers Tish and Snooky of Manic Panic. Dennis is constantly recording and playing shows with bands involving his musical friends. His fans inspire him to take new risks while remaining true to legendary roots.https://www.dennisdunaway.com/https://www.facebook.com/dunawaysrockOn Instagram DennisDunaway18SPECIAL OFFER for The City's Backyard listeners - Here is the link for one 20% off discounted ticket for Blue Coupe at the Westport Library in Connecticut on March 10th. Use the Promo Code “Blue2”https://westportlibrary.org/event/supergroup-blue-coupe-to-perform-versofest-2023-fundraiser-live-at-the-westport-library
This evening, Fr. Anthony continues taking us through Tito Coriander's Way of Ascetics (SVS Press), focusing on chapter eighteen "On Prayer." Enjoy the show!
The One Where I Met Your Mother
The (New) Joy of Gaming Podcast - Episode Eighteen February Nintendo Direct and Hogwarts Legacy On this episode of The (New) Joy of Gaming Podcast, we take a swim through the ocean of gaming riches presented by Nintendo at this month's February Nintendo Direct. From the announcement of Metroid Prime Remastered, to Pikmin 4, to the latest trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and trailers for so many exciting indie games, there's A LOT to talk about. We also discuss Rich's early impressions of the gaming phenomenon that is Hogwarts Legacy, cover Brandon's final thoughts on Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, and conduct our usual tour of all the latest games coming to Game Pass, PS Plus and from various limited physical media publishers including Limited Run Games, Super Rare Game, PlayAsia, and more. Run of Show: 00:10 - Introduction 03:36 - Recent Gaming News Release Date Roundup Ghost Story Games' Judas is coming…by March 2025 Nintendo Switch Passes PS4 and GameBoy in Lifetime Sales 27:27 - February Nintendo Direct: News, New Releases, Trailers and More 01:37:13 - Brandon's Physical Games Corner (Limited Run Games, Special Reserve, More) 01:50:39 - Rich's Digital Picks (Xbox GWG and PS Plus Releases) 02:12:05 - What We've Been Playing Hogwarts Legacy (First ⅓) Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VI Reunion (Completed) 03:03:48 - What We're Playing Next / Outro
Album: J.S. Bach Eighteen Choral Preludes Vol 2Vanguard VCS-10040Artist: Anton Heiller Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach BWV 659 Nun komm' der Heiden Heiland [Come now, Saviour of the heathen]BWV 660 Trio super Nun komm' der Heiden HeilandBWV 661 Nun komm' der Heiden HeilandBWV 662 Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr [Alone to God on high...
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Today Jarrod surprises Joe with comedian, actor and massive Muppet fan Bobby Moynihan! Bobby has had an incredible career with nine seasons on Saturday Night Live and has worked on shows like DuckTales and 30 Rock, as well as films like Monsters University and Sisters. But us Muppet fans love him for his guest appearance on Sesame Street as the Quacker Duck Oates Man and for being the guest star for both The Muppets Take The Hollywood Bowl and The Muppets Take The O2 live shows! Listen as we discuss performing Happy Feet with Kermit, the props Bobby wishes he could have stolen, and the various times SNL parodied the Muppets. Plus Bobby doesn't want to sing, Paul Williams asks everyone to play golf, and Mel Brooks is at an airport.
In this exquisitely produced book, experience the extraordinary life and career of the original “shock rocker” through 75 key releases and events. Pythons, guillotines, stage blood…Alice Cooper is widely considered the godfather of shock rock thanks to his inventive concoction of vaudeville, horror film conceits, and three-chord rock 'n' roll. In Alice Cooper at 75, veteran rock journalist Gary Graff shows you this rock icon through the lens of 75 career accomplishments, events, and partnerships. This exquisite volume features: Slipcased hardcover format Stunning concert and candid offstage photography Images of memorabilia, including gig posters, vinyl record sleeves, ticket stubs, period adds, and more Gatefold Alice Cooper timeline Unpublished 8×10-inch photo Two pullout posters Through seven-and-a-half decades, Graff covers it all: Cooper's childhood in Detroit and Arizona and early garage bands the Earwigs and the Spiders All 28 studio albums, including those as front person of Alice Cooper the band A selection of his greatest singles, like the classic-rock standards “I'm Eighteen,” “School's Out,” and “Welcome to My Nightmare” Collaborations with artists including Slash, Dave Grohl, Johnny Depp, Wayne Kramer, and more Associations with notable guitarists, including Glen Buxton, Nita Strauss, Orianthi, and others Nonmusical passions like classic cars and, of course, golf His relationship with wife and entertainment accomplice Sheryl Tireless charity work Beginning with his1969 debut LP Pretties for You and continuing through his latestrelease, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Alice Cooper is regarded as one of the most influential performers and musicians in hard rock and heavy metal, influencing countless acts both visually and musically. This book is your unprecedented retrospective of Cooper's career from teenage garage rocker to international star and celebrity. The result is a unique and lavishly produced celebration of the iconic and beloved rock star. Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist based in Detroit. He is a regular contributor to the Billboard, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Media News Group, Ultimate Classic Rock, Consequence, and other publications, as well as to radio stations in Detroit and Milwaukee. He is the co-author of Neil Young: Long May You Run, Rock 'n' roll Myths: The True Stories Behind the Most Famous Legends, and Travelin' Man: On the Road and Behind the Scenes with Bob Seger, editor of The Ties That Bind: Bruce Springsteen A to E to Z, and the series editor of the MusicHound Essential Album Guides. He is also co-founder and co-producer of the Emmy Award-winning Detroit Music Awards. Graff lives in Beverly Hills, Michigan. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steve-richards/support
Yes, another first. The Professor, Joke Man and our first female guest, comedian Carie Karavas, are joined by Sam, Carie's husband of eighteen years. Sam pulls back the curtain and we have a fun peek at a terrific couple, show business or no. Sam's very funny in his own right and the (conflicting) tales of their beginning .. kicking off at “a Greek Club” .. are priceless. (“It's baby time or goodbye time ..”) Carie's Special on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B088FBZGZM/ We've made it to SEASON 3! Get ready for a season of some amazing and funny guests and a new set of surprises for Stand-Up Memories!! Standup Memories with Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling & Peter Bales is a look at the world of stand-up comedy through the eyes and collective memories of two men who have lived through the evolution of standup and comedy clubs from the late 1970's through the modern era. Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling is best known for his 16 years as head writer and on-air personality for the Howard Stern Show. He is a veteran of the Long Island, NY comedy scene and has been a successful standup comedian and joke writer for more than 4 decades. The list of comedy legends he has worked with include Rodney Dangerfield, Eddie Murphy, Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Nelson, Richie Miniveri, Rob Bartlett, Dave Hawthorne, Jim Myers, Paul Reiser, Jackie Mason and many more. Martling started a telephone joke line (516) 922 Wine, that has been in operation since the early 80's and has recorded 4 comedy albums, and been featured in the films Private Parts and The Aristocrats. Peter Bales has appeared as a stand-up comedian at countless comedy clubs, corporate functions and colleges across the country and has appeared on a variety of television networks including FOX, A&E, Comedy Central, Lifetime, MTV, VH-1 and, most recently, "The New Rascals Comedy Hour" podcast for XM Satellite Radio. Peter has also hosted his own radio programs on NYC's WABC (770 AM) and WEVD (1050 AM). He has studied at Chicago's famous "Second City" and in the eighties directed The Laughter Company, an improvisational comedy group that helped launch the careers of Rosie O'Donnell and Bob Nelson.
On April 15, 2004, Ronli Ratliff's body is discovered in a burning house in Mooresville, IL. Investigators quickly realize that the 24-year-old woman was brutally murdered before the fire was set. Eighteen years later Ronli's killer remains at large, and the community is left to wonder if her killer was a cold-blooded stranger or one of their own. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
2128 AI Biased and Revolutionary In this audio podcast discussion, the revolutionary nature of artificial intelligence (AI) as a technology was explored, along with the downsides of AI being poorly trained on limited biased data. The conversation delved into the potentially alarming implications of AI exhibiting blatant far-left-wing woke political bias due to such limitations. The participants in the discussion also examined how AI, as a technology, will likely result in speeding up outcomes in much the same manner as email and the widespread adoption of the Internet ended up speeding up many elemental outcomes in the broader human society. Overall, the podcast served as a thought-provoking exploration of the ways in which AI has the potential to revolutionize the world while simultaneously requiring careful consideration and training to ensure that its use remains unbiased and ethical.
Judges 19-21English Standard Version19 In those days, when there was no king in Israel, a certain Levite was sojourning in the remote parts of the hill country of Ephraim, who took to himself a concubine from Bethlehem in Judah. 2 And his concubine was unfaithful to him, and she went away from him to her father's house at Bethlehem in Judah, and was there some four months. 3 Then her husband arose and went after her, to speak kindly to her and bring her back. He had with him his servant and a couple of donkeys. And she brought him into her father's house. And when the girl's father saw him, he came with joy to meet him. 4 And his father-in-law, the girl's father, made him stay, and he remained with him three days. So they ate and drank and spent the night there. 5 And on the fourth day they arose early in the morning, and he prepared to go, but the girl's father said to his son-in-law, “Strengthen your heart with a morsel of bread, and after that you may go.” 6 So the two of them sat and ate and drank together. And the girl's father said to the man, “Be pleased to spend the night, and let your heart be merry.” 7 And when the man rose up to go, his father-in-law pressed him, till he spent the night there again. 8 And on the fifth day he arose early in the morning to depart. And the girl's father said, “Strengthen your heart and wait until the day declines.” So they ate, both of them. 9 And when the man and his concubine and his servant rose up to depart, his father-in-law, the girl's father, said to him, “Behold, now the day has waned toward evening. Please, spend the night. Behold, the day draws to its close. Lodge here and let your heart be merry, and tomorrow you shall arise early in the morning for your journey, and go home.”10 But the man would not spend the night. He rose up and departed and arrived opposite Jebus (that is, Jerusalem). He had with him a couple of saddled donkeys, and his concubine was with him. 11 When they were near Jebus, the day was nearly over, and the servant said to his master, “Come now, let us turn aside to this city of the Jebusites and spend the night in it.” 12 And his master said to him, “We will not turn aside into the city of foreigners, who do not belong to the people of Israel, but we will pass on to Gibeah.” 13 And he said to his young man, “Come and let us draw near to one of these places and spend the night at Gibeah or at Ramah.” 14 So they passed on and went their way. And the sun went down on them near Gibeah, which belongs to Benjamin, 15 and they turned aside there, to go in and spend the night at Gibeah. And he went in and sat down in the open square of the city, for no one took them into his house to spend the night.16 And behold, an old man was coming from his work in the field at evening. The man was from the hill country of Ephraim, and he was sojourning in Gibeah. The men of the place were Benjaminites. 17 And he lifted up his eyes and saw the traveler in the open square of the city. And the old man said, “Where are you going? And where do you come from?” 18 And he said to him, “We are passing from Bethlehem in Judah to the remote parts of the hill country of Ephraim, from which I come. I went to Bethlehem in Judah, and I am going to the house of the Lord, but no one has taken me into his house. 19 We have straw and feed for our donkeys, with bread and wine for me and your female servant and the young man with your servants. There is no lack of anything.” 20 And the old man said, “Peace be to you; I will care for all your wants. Only, do not spend the night in the square.” 21 So he brought him into his house and gave the donkeys feed. And they washed their feet, and ate and drank.22 As they were making their hearts merry, behold, the men of the city, worthless fellows, surrounded the house, beating on the door. And they said to the old man, the master of the house, “Bring out the man who came into your house, that we may know him.” 23 And the man, the master of the house, went out to them and said to them, “No, my brothers, do not act so wickedly; since this man has come into my house, do not do this vile thing. 24 Behold, here are my virgin daughter and his concubine. Let me bring them out now. Violate them and do with them what seems good to you, but against this man do not do this outrageous thing.” 25 But the men would not listen to him. So the man seized his concubine and made her go out to them. And they knew her and abused her all night until the morning. And as the dawn began to break, they let her go. 26 And as morning appeared, the woman came and fell down at the door of the man's house where her master was, until it was light.27 And her master rose up in the morning, and when he opened the doors of the house and went out to go on his way, behold, there was his concubine lying at the door of the house, with her hands on the threshold. 28 He said to her, “Get up, let us be going.” But there was no answer. Then he put her on the donkey, and the man rose up and went away to his home. 29 And when he entered his house, he took a knife, and taking hold of his concubine he divided her, limb by limb, into twelve pieces, and sent her throughout all the territory of Israel. 30 And all who saw it said, “Such a thing has never happened or been seen from the day that the people of Israel came up out of the land of Egypt until this day; consider it, take counsel, and speak.”20 Then all the people of Israel came out, from Dan to Beersheba, including the land of Gilead, and the congregation assembled as one man to the Lord at Mizpah. 2 And the chiefs of all the people, of all the tribes of Israel, presented themselves in the assembly of the people of God, 400,000 men on foot that drew the sword. 3 (Now the people of Benjamin heard that the people of Israel had gone up to Mizpah.) And the people of Israel said, “Tell us, how did this evil happen?” 4 And the Levite, the husband of the woman who was murdered, answered and said, “I came to Gibeah that belongs to Benjamin, I and my concubine, to spend the night. 5 And the leaders of Gibeah rose against me and surrounded the house against me by night. They meant to kill me, and they violated my concubine, and she is dead. 6 So I took hold of my concubine and cut her in pieces and sent her throughout all the country of the inheritance of Israel, for they have committed abomination and outrage in Israel. 7 Behold, you people of Israel, all of you, give your advice and counsel here.”8 And all the people arose as one man, saying, “None of us will go to his tent, and none of us will return to his house. 9 But now this is what we will do to Gibeah: we will go up against it by lot, 10 and we will take ten men of a hundred throughout all the tribes of Israel, and a hundred of a thousand, and a thousand of ten thousand, to bring provisions for the people, that when they come they may repay Gibeah of Benjamin for all the outrage that they have committed in Israel.” 11 So all the men of Israel gathered against the city, united as one man.12 And the tribes of Israel sent men through all the tribe of Benjamin, saying, “What evil is this that has taken place among you? 13 Now therefore give up the men, the worthless fellows in Gibeah, that we may put them to death and purge evil from Israel.” But the Benjaminites would not listen to the voice of their brothers, the people of Israel. 14 Then the people of Benjamin came together out of the cities to Gibeah to go out to battle against the people of Israel. 15 And the people of Benjamin mustered out of their cities on that day 26,000 men who drew the sword, besides the inhabitants of Gibeah, who mustered 700 chosen men. 16 Among all these were 700 chosen men who were left-handed; every one could sling a stone at a hair and not miss. 17 And the men of Israel, apart from Benjamin, mustered 400,000 men who drew the sword; all these were men of war.18 The people of Israel arose and went up to Bethel and inquired of God, “Who shall go up first for us to fight against the people of Benjamin?” And the Lord said, “Judah shall go up first.”19 Then the people of Israel rose in the morning and encamped against Gibeah. 20 And the men of Israel went out to fight against Benjamin, and the men of Israel drew up the battle line against them at Gibeah. 21 The people of Benjamin came out of Gibeah and destroyed on that day 22,000 men of the Israelites. 22 But the people, the men of Israel, took courage, and again formed the battle line in the same place where they had formed it on the first day. 23 And the people of Israel went up and wept before the Lord until the evening. And they inquired of the Lord, “Shall we again draw near to fight against our brothers, the people of Benjamin?” And the Lord said, “Go up against them.”24 So the people of Israel came near against the people of Benjamin the second day. 25 And Benjamin went against them out of Gibeah the second day, and destroyed 18,000 men of the people of Israel. All these were men who drew the sword. 26 Then all the people of Israel, the whole army, went up and came to Bethel and wept. They sat there before the Lord and fasted that day until evening, and offered burnt offerings and peace offerings before the Lord. 27 And the people of Israel inquired of the Lord (for the ark of the covenant of God was there in those days, 28 and Phinehas the son of Eleazar, son of Aaron, ministered before it in those days), saying, “Shall we go out once more to battle against our brothers, the people of Benjamin, or shall we cease?” And the Lord said, “Go up, for tomorrow I will give them into your hand.”29 So Israel set men in ambush around Gibeah. 30 And the people of Israel went up against the people of Benjamin on the third day and set themselves in array against Gibeah, as at other times. 31 And the people of Benjamin went out against the people and were drawn away from the city. And as at other times they began to strike and kill some of the people in the highways, one of which goes up to Bethel and the other to Gibeah, and in the open country, about thirty men of Israel. 32 And the people of Benjamin said, “They are routed before us, as at the first.” But the people of Israel said, “Let us flee and draw them away from the city to the highways.” 33 And all the men of Israel rose up out of their place and set themselves in array at Baal-tamar, and the men of Israel who were in ambush rushed out of their place from Maareh-geba. 34 And there came against Gibeah 10,000 chosen men out of all Israel, and the battle was hard, but the Benjaminites did not know that disaster was close upon them. 35 And the Lord defeated Benjamin before Israel, and the people of Israel destroyed 25,100 men of Benjamin that day. All these were men who drew the sword. 36 So the people of Benjamin saw that they were defeated.The men of Israel gave ground to Benjamin, because they trusted the men in ambush whom they had set against Gibeah. 37 Then the men in ambush hurried and rushed against Gibeah; the men in ambush moved out and struck all the city with the edge of the sword. 38 Now the appointed signal between the men of Israel and the men in the main ambush was that when they made a great cloud of smoke rise up out of the city 39 the men of Israel should turn in battle. Now Benjamin had begun to strike and kill about thirty men of Israel. They said, “Surely they are defeated before us, as in the first battle.” 40 But when the signal began to rise out of the city in a column of smoke, the Benjaminites looked behind them, and behold, the whole of the city went up in smoke to heaven. 41 Then the men of Israel turned, and the men of Benjamin were dismayed, for they saw that disaster was close upon them. 42 Therefore they turned their backs before the men of Israel in the direction of the wilderness, but the battle overtook them. And those who came out of the cities were destroying them in their midst. 43 Surrounding the Benjaminites, they pursued them and trod them down from Nohah as far as opposite Gibeah on the east. 44 Eighteen thousand men of Benjamin fell, all of them men of valor. 45 And they turned and fled toward the wilderness to the rock of Rimmon. Five thousand men of them were cut down in the highways. And they were pursued hard to Gidom, and 2,000 men of them were struck down. 46 So all who fell that day of Benjamin were 25,000 men who drew the sword, all of them men of valor. 47 But 600 men turned and fled toward the wilderness to the rock of Rimmon and remained at the rock of Rimmon four months. 48 And the men of Israel turned back against the people of Benjamin and struck them with the edge of the sword, the city, men and beasts and all that they found. And all the towns that they found they set on fire.21 Now the men of Israel had sworn at Mizpah, “No one of us shall give his daughter in marriage to Benjamin.” 2 And the people came to Bethel and sat there till evening before God, and they lifted up their voices and wept bitterly. 3 And they said, “O Lord, the God of Israel, why has this happened in Israel, that today there should be one tribe lacking in Israel?” 4 And the next day the people rose early and built there an altar and offered burnt offerings and peace offerings. 5 And the people of Israel said, “Which of all the tribes of Israel did not come up in the assembly to the Lord?” For they had taken a great oath concerning him who did not come up to the Lord to Mizpah, saying, “He shall surely be put to death.” 6 And the people of Israel had compassion for Benjamin their brother and said, “One tribe is cut off from Israel this day. 7 What shall we do for wives for those who are left, since we have sworn by the Lord that we will not give them any of our daughters for wives?”8 And they said, “What one is there of the tribes of Israel that did not come up to the Lord to Mizpah?” And behold, no one had come to the camp from Jabesh-gilead, to the assembly. 9 For when the people were mustered, behold, not one of the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead was there. 10 So the congregation sent 12,000 of their bravest men there and commanded them, “Go and strike the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead with the edge of the sword; also the women and the little ones. 11 This is what you shall do: every male and every woman that has lain with a male you shall devote to destruction.” 12 And they found among the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead 400 young virgins who had not known a man by lying with him, and they brought them to the camp at Shiloh, which is in the land of Canaan.13 Then the whole congregation sent word to the people of Benjamin who were at the rock of Rimmon and proclaimed peace to them. 14 And Benjamin returned at that time. And they gave them the women whom they had saved alive of the women of Jabesh-gilead, but they were not enough for them. 15 And the people had compassion on Benjamin because the Lord had made a breach in the tribes of Israel.16 Then the elders of the congregation said, “What shall we do for wives for those who are left, since the women are destroyed out of Benjamin?” 17 And they said, “There must be an inheritance for the survivors of Benjamin, that a tribe not be blotted out from Israel. 18 Yet we cannot give them wives from our daughters.” For the people of Israel had sworn, “Cursed be he who gives a wife to Benjamin.” 19 So they said, “Behold, there is the yearly feast of the Lord at Shiloh, which is north of Bethel, on the east of the highway that goes up from Bethel to Shechem, and south of Lebonah.” 20 And they commanded the people of Benjamin, saying, “Go and lie in ambush in the vineyards 21 and watch. If the daughters of Shiloh come out to dance in the dances, then come out of the vineyards and snatch each man his wife from the daughters of Shiloh, and go to the land of Benjamin. 22 And when their fathers or their brothers come to complain to us, we will say to them, ‘Grant them graciously to us, because we did not take for each man of them his wife in battle, neither did you give them to them, else you would now be guilty.'” 23 And the people of Benjamin did so and took their wives, according to their number, from the dancers whom they carried off. Then they went and returned to their inheritance and rebuilt the towns and lived in them. 24 And the people of Israel departed from there at that time, every man to his tribe and family, and they went out from there every man to his inheritance.25 In those days there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.
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How It Works was published as part of the short story collection After the Flood, which was released by CCLaP in 2014. The collection represents Part Three of the linked short story collection UPSTATE re-released in 2020 by Tortoise Books (and originally released under the title The New York Stories by CCLaP in 2015). How It Works is read by Leland Cheuk (BIO below). INTRO/OUTRO music is Drinking of Me and was generously provided by Monkey Wrench. READER BIO Leland Cheuk is an award-winning author of three books of fiction, most recently NO GOOD VERY BAD ASIAN. Cheuk's work has appeared in publications such as NPR, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Salon, among other outlets. He's been awarded fellowships at MacDowell, Hawthornden Castle, Djerassi, and elsewhere. He is the founder of the indie press 7.13 Books and lives in Los Angeles. You can follow him on Twitter @lcheuk and at lelandcheuk.com. https://www.tanzerben.com/blog/upstate-the-podcast
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We continue to see Jesus challenged in the temple. The Sadducees bring to Jesus a question regarding the resurrection, hidden inside an absurd scenario based on a marriage commandment found in Deuteronomy 25. Jesus accuses them of not understanding both the Scriptures and God's power. We need the same lessons Jesus taught the Sadducees. We need to be reminded how easy it is to misinterpret Scripture and how dangerous it is to do so, because it leads to a distorted view of God. We, too, have a watered-down view of God's transcendent power. We, too, try to compare our earthly relationships to our heavenly ones. “Think of the best, greatest possible moment that you've ever experienced . . . then multiply that joy by a million, and then you may, just may, begin to appreciate the joy that God is preparing for you in heaven.” R.C. Sproul.Jesus responds to the scribe's question with a two-part answer. The first calls for a total, entire-being, response of love and devotion toward God. The second calls for love of neighbor, which includes our enemies, those that we find difficult, those that we disagree with. Both commands create tension, because we can't possibly achieve them, in our own strength at least. We rest knowing that Jesus fulfilled them perfectly on our behalf. But there's still action required or expected. Read Deuteronomy 6:4-9. How does this add to our understanding? “Loving our neighbor as ourselves” implies that we are to love ourselves, which may seem contradictory. The same God who tells us to love ourselves tells us to deny ourselves?! But the more we deny ourselves, the more we become who HE created us to be, and the more we rightly love ourselves and recognize that we are the object of the redeeming love of God. AND the more we “turn out” that love toward others. The scribe's posture toward Jesus is interesting. He seems to genuinely want to know the answer to his question, and he responds positively, saying “You're right, teacher,” and acknowledging that “loving God and neighbor” is much more sacrificial than the burnt offerings and sacrifices they'd been traditionally giving for so many years. But there's still something missing. It's not enough to call Jesus “right,” we must call him “Lord.”
Eighteen extra search and rescue workers have been sent to Hawkes Bay to help with firefighters efforts. Hundreds of people have been saved since the region was flooded on Monday, but Fire and Emergency received more than a hundred and eighty (180) more calls for help yesterday. Search and rescue specialist Ken Cooper has been brought in to Napier. He spoke to Kim Hill.
When Ken Middleton made the decision to remove alcohol from his life, he saw his focus and energy catapult in a direction that enabled him to achieve his dreams, of which he always knew he was capable. In Ken's words: “I saw my physical and mental energy improve dramatically and realized this was the level of commitment and focus I had been missing for all of those years and knew it was time to take my game to the next level”. Eighteen months after he quit drinking, Ken started "AINYF" [Alcohol is not Your Friend] to help others do the same and focus their time and energy on creating the best version of themselves. This success helped to motivate Ken's writing and he is now featured regularly on Medium and is releasing “Bamboozled- How Alcohol Makes Fools of Us All" this spring! Boy, does it ever! You can connect with Ken at kmmiddleton.com or via email at email@example.com Stay tuned for Bamboozled coming this spring and get on the Launch List @ thebamboozledbook.com The Thought Lounge Join me, with co-host Angela Pugh (Addiction Unlimited), in “The Thought Lounge”. The Thought Lounge is a weekly live-streamed talk show covering trending lifestyle & culture topics. We dish, we laugh, we may cry who knows?! We have fun though, that's for sure! If this sounds like you, join us every Tuesday, in “The Thought Lounge” - LIVE on YouTube & Facebook with replays across all social platforms. - www.youtube.com/natekelly - www.facebook.com/thesobrietydiaries *The Sobriety Diaries is a video podcast where we share powerful stories of recovery told by those who lived them. You can find us wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts with new episodes every Wednesday, subscribe now! *Please share our show with just 1 person in your life who may be struggling, you just never know what they may need to hear today. Also, please consider donating to The Sobriety Diaries here: https://www.thesobrietydiaries.com/support/ Your donations help us to source the best stories from around the world and keep the show going! *Exact Nature! All-Natural CBD products for those of us in recovery. Use code TSD20 at checkout at www.exactnature.com *Get your TSD merch at www.thesobrietydiaries.com/shop *Follow us on Instagram @thesobrietydiariespod *Find all things TSD related and join our insiders list at www.thesobrietydiaries.com Music: www.bensound.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sobriety-diaries/id1570033658?uo=4 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0aKbMuMUb2jjTkBBD41Mhm Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7d2e7a94-e2b0-4939-ba84-c2cf1b60fe7a/the-sobriety-diaries Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy81YjYzNDVkOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sobrietydiaries iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-sobriety-diaries-84267990/ Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/the-sobriety-diaries-Wa0nBA PocketCasts: https://pca.st/6i505fmy *Try your best not to drink, and be good to yourself!* --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sobrietydiaries/support
The Wagner Man escapes! With broken brakes, the Night Train is a runaway train! If the Night Train doesn't stop before the fast approaching Summit Tunnel, every life on board is at risk. Can Will, Harold, and the crew stop the train from crashing into Summit Tunnel? Share this episode with a friend! Leave a rating and review so that others can discover the Night Train. Be sure to subscribe so you get notified when future episodes are released. Explore the world of the Night Train at https://onthenighttrain.com/ Get future episodes sent directly to your email: www.onthenighttrain.com/email-subscribe Give us feedback on this episode: https://airtable.com/shr9HlEai1O0PSpmo Follow The Merry Beggars on social media:https://www.youtube.com/themerrybeggars https://www.facebook.com/merrybeggars https://instagram.com/themerrybeggars https://twitter.com/themerrybeggars
Welcome back to the 40 Nickel Mixtape. 2023 pops off with a Big Show! The Gentlemen Gamers stumble from their New Year's stupor and holiday malaise to tell you the real about a little game we call Madden. We, of course, discuss the latest patch and generally act a fool! Feelings are hurt and predictions are made. Is there a big announcement hidden in the conversation? Will Mahomes cement his GOAT status two weeks after Brady retires? Will Andy Reid force Heater to hang up the sticks? Don't even worry about it.... It's the Mixtape.... Today's Topics: Heat can't spell Swiss Cheese "Devil in your Ass" James Brown Shoutout to MoTrain Unplayed Games Heater calls Clock out From Jupiter to the Moon The fellas fight over breakfast food Superbowl Picks A second 40 League? Graham crackers and Milk More butt hole talk The Shazez Controversy NFC vs AFC JDub - The Wunderkind Clockwork - The villain OG Retirement? Enjoy!
Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes
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Eighteen whiskey producers comprise the famed Kentucky Bourbon Trail, something of a mecca for bourbon aficionados. They come to wander the trail and sample each distillery's golden recipe—a guarded combination of grain types and grinds, cooking times and temperatures, yeast blends and finishing processes borne from generations of tradition and training.Among the trail's newest stops: Bardstown Bourbon. Founded in 2014, the distillery has decidedly less than a generation of tradition under its belt. But it has shaken the industry with a new approach: a “collaborative distilling program” serving brand owners and non-distilling producers eager to market their own unique whiskies.Along the way, it's learned a thing or two about rocking tradition—and serving customers.For co-founder and WashU alum David Mandell, AB 1996, a lawyer and former chief of staff for several high-profile federal agencies, Bardstown Bourbon exploited an opportunity revealed when the US bourbon market began to boom. Indeed, its model was so successful, Bardstown sold out its own planned capacity before it finished building its facility. The company quickly attracted big-name brands, including a well-known global manufacturer that had committed tens of millions of dollars to a contract with Bardstown. That's where a chink in the model first appeared.Turns out producing custom whiskey for multiple companies isn't easy. Everyone wasn't always satisfied—including that high-profile customer. And when Bardstown's master distiller balked at being questioned about his ability to deliver a product that satisfied their strict requirements, Mandell had to navigate the intersection of tradition and customer service—and quickly.“Nobody was used to giving customer service like we were promising in this industry,” Mandell said. “And that customer was roughly 50% of our business at the time.” How did Bardstown Bourbon solve the problem? What did they learn from the experience? And how did one of Mandell's earlier industry failures inform the creation of Bardstown? RELATED LINKSThe Bourbon Trail homepageWashU profiles David Mandell in Washington MagazineStoli Group announces hiring David Mandell at Kentucky Owl Real Estate to lead construction of a new distilleryRaphael Thomadsen's WashU Olin homepageRecent Thomadsen research: “Forecasting the spread of COVID-19 under different reopening strategies”CREDITSThis podcast is a production of Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. Contributors include:Katie Wools, Cathy Myrick, Judy Milanovits and Lesley Liesman, creative assistanceJill Young Miller, fact checking and creative assistanceHayden Molinarolo, original music and sound designMike Martin Media, editingSophia Passantino, social mediaLexie O'Brien and Erik Buschardt, website supportPaula Crews, creative vision and strategic supportSpecial thanks to Ray Irving and his team at WashU Olin's Center for Digital Education, including our audio engineer, Austin Alred.
Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music
Anime Spectacular 18 brings us new music from the Netflix original anime CYBERPUNK EDGERUNNERS. Then you'll hear music from the haunting and brilliant SPRIGGAN with music by Taisai Iwasaki. In our retro look back section you'll hear music from BUBBLEGUM CRISIS 2033 DOUBLE VISION with fantastic music by Kouji Makano. And finally, our movie selection will be from the psychological thriller PERFECT BLUE with music by Masahiro Izumi. Enjoy! —— Special thanks to our Patreon supporters: Matt DeWater, David Ballantyne, Joe Wiles, Maxime, William Welch, Tim Burden, Alan Rogers, Dave Williams, Max Hamulyák, Jeffrey Graebner, Douglas Lacey, Don Mase, Victor Field, Jochen Stolz, Emily Mason, Eric Skroch, Alexander Schiebel, Alphonse Brown, John Link, Andreas Wennmyr, Matt Berretta, Eldaly Morningstar, Jim Wilson, Glenn McDorman, Chris Malone, Steve Karpicz, Deniz Çağlar, Brent Osterberg, Jérôme Flick, Sarah Brouns, Aaron Collins, Randall Derchan, Angela Rabatin, Michael Poteet, Larry Reese, Thomas Tinneny, William Burke, Clint Morgan, Rudy Amaya, Eric Marvin, Stacy Livitsanis, Rick Laird, Carl Wonders, Michael Potent —— Cinematic Sound Radio is fully licensed to play music by SOCAN. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/cinematicsoundradio Check out our NEW Cinematic Sound Radio TeePublic Store! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio Cinematic Sound Radio Web: http://www.cinematicsound.net Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cinsoundradio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cinematicsound Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922 Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden http://www.timburden.com
2127 Mediating Never Ending Chaos Corporeal creatures, being physical beings in a constantly changing and unpredictable world, must constantly strive to bring order to chaos. This requires active effort and decision making to establish systems, norms, and habits that promote stability and predictability. Whether it be through forming social structures and relationships, building infrastructure and institutions, or simply creating routine and schedules, these actions allow for the creation of a more organized and controlled environment. However, this effort to establish order must be ongoing, as the forces of chaos are constantly at work trying to disrupt and destroy it. Thus, for continued stability and success, corporeal creatures must continuously adapt and refine their methods of mediating chaos and ensuring order. Examples of Stable Diffusion AI art on the topic of corporeal creatures mediating between order and chaos.
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Deborah talks about how to get UNSTUCK when you don't know how to get started sewing--whether sewing is brand-new to you, or whether you're feeling stalled out and need new ideas. Read an abridged transcript of this episode on the Whipstitch blog: https://whip-stitch.com/how-to-get-back-into-sewing/ Learn more about the Murder Mystery Quilt mentioned in this episode here: http://murdermysteryquilt.com/about Learn more about the League of Dressmakers mentioned in the episode here: https://leagueofdressmakers.com/about/
Going Through Something with Carnell Roberts
Mental or Muscle? How do you define strength? Carnell and Coach Hayden throw out the playbook on outdated perspectives on strength and weakness.
Unlocked: Daily Devotions for Teens
It was my turn to do laundry. At my house, wet laundry often gets hung out on a backyard clothesline to dry in the sunshine and breeze. Sometimes, though, we use our clothes dryer. But its timer broke years ago, so we have to set a separate timer when we use the dryer..One afternoon, I was using the dryer and a load of laundry seemed slow to finish drying. I restarted it and reset my timer. When the timer buzzed, I checked the laundry again. One towel remained damp. I returned it to the dryer to continue drying. Only I forgot to set a timer this time. For the rest of the day—and night—the dryer ran without me (or anybody else in my family) realizing it. The next morning,I discovered the clothes dryer still in action. After stopping the machine, I snatched the towel out and stomped off to confront my family..When they all denied leaving the dryer on, I recalled I'd been the one to leave it running for almost eighteen hours. I sheepishly apologized for my unfair accusations, acknowledging my own mistake and my need for their forgiveness after the way I'd treated them..Being honest about our sins is part of living as a follower of Jesus. When we put our trust in Jesus, He brings us into a relationship with God and makes us part of His family. On top of that, we receive all the forgiveness we'll ever need because He provided the payment for our sins when He died on the cross and rose from the dead. That means we can be honest about our failures because we know that God already sees all our sin, and He loves us unconditionally. Since we belong to Jesus, we can humbly acknowledge our mistakes and sins, take responsibility for them, and move forward in the grace He gives. • Allison Wilson Lee.• While forgetting about a laundry machine is a mistake, lashing out against others in anger is a sin (Galatians 5:13-15). Thankfully, God wants to forgive our sins, and He also wants to help us when we make mistakes. How could these truths give us hope when we mess up?.• As followers of Jesus, we are called to be humble, to treat each other well, and to forgive one another when we mess up. How does knowing Jesus make it possible for us to be honest with each other about our failures?.Humble yourselves, therefore, under God's mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. 1 Peter 5:6 (NIV)
2123 ChatGPT AI Artificial Intelligence The podcast discusses an incredible first encounter with the ChatGPT Artificial Intelligence. The host, an AI enthusiast, shares their excitement and awe in discovering the ChatGPT model and how it has the ability to answer complex questions, engage in natural conversations, and even provide creative writing outputs. The host highlights how they were amazed by the model's level of understanding and how it could perform various tasks like translation, summarization, and sentiment analysis, just to name a few. They also discuss how the model's capabilities could impact industries like customer service, virtual assistance, and even education. The host concludes the episode by emphasizing the limitless potential of AI and how ChatGPT is a prime example of it.
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A Trauma Survivor Thriver’s Podcast
This is a LIVE replay of A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast which aired Wednesday, January 25th, 2023 at 1130am ET on Fireside Chat. Today's Guest is Corinne Coppola, Mental Health Coach, IFS Practitioner, Trauma Recovery Specialist and Founder of R.E.S.T Retreats. Lorilee Binstock 00:01:06 Welcome. I'm Lorilee Binstock and this is A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast Thank you so much for joining me live on a Fireside chat you can be a part of the conference station as my virtual audience. I am your host, Lorilee Binstock. Everyone has an opportunity to ask me or our guest questions by requesting to hop on stage or sending a message in the chat box I will try to get to you as soon as I can, but I do ask everybody be respectful. Today's guest is Current Cop, mental health coach, iss practitioner trauma recovery specialist, and founder of rest retreats current, thank you so much for joining me today. Corinne Coppola 00:02:05 You're welcome, Marlene. My pleasure, and it's just to let you know the pronunciation is Cor. Lorilee Binstock 00:02:11 Cup paula. Thank you so much for for correcting me because I probably would call you in the whole time. So thank you so much. Corinne Coppola 00:02:19 No problem. No problem. Lorilee Binstock 00:02:23 Well, first of all, I wanna talk about your journey to get you to where you are now. Really, what made you want to work as a mental health coach. Corinne Coppola 00:02:32 It's a really good question. I never thought I wind up here for sure. When I was a little girl, I told my parents that I wanted to be counselor, you know, back then, it was called count we're not therapist and they said, well, you're not gonna earn any money doing Lorilee Binstock 00:02:50 Mhmm Corinne Coppola 00:02:52 you better go into business. So that's what I did at the time. And then I found my way is in the business world for a number of years worth for profit for profit, have my masters and organization development, and then just radio and Mindfulness as a practice to help ground me, keep me steady. I had three young the children at the time And I thought, wow, This is really a way that I can help service people and help them because it helped those practice this really helped me so much. And then I started teaching, and then I worked for a long profit bringing wine centers to this and I started working on retreats and things just... And then I was brought to a cactus Lorilee Binstock 00:03:42 Yeah. Corinne Coppola 00:03:43 called Internal family systems. And I thought, wow, This is really phenomenal. And powerful for me and my own healing journey and I thought I really wanna be able to do this with people. So that they can also rewrite their past. And that's how I got to where I am. That being said, there's also, you know, some traumas around my childhood and my adult wife that came to play into being motivated to heal. You know? And that how now I am working with people and one on one of small groups and leading retreats and I could not the more alignment and more grateful and happy. Itself Lorilee Binstock 00:04:31 That's so wonderful. You know, it's it's interesting. You... You know, you were working in a traditional setting even though you were were you know, empowered by mindfulness But was it the trauma that actually had you move to towards, you know, being the founder of these retreats and and Corinne Coppola 00:04:58 Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:04:58 all of this and even trauma recovery I know that you are specialist with was there was there something that clicked where you said. This is what... I wanna go this route. To help people recover from trauma. Corinne Coppola 00:05:11 Yeah. That is such a great question, Laura. We'll we piecing it together by your great questions. So, yes, the answer is yes. Well, when I first started, taking yoga. I belong to a gym, and one of my girlfriends just like, oh, you've gotta a you gotta come to this eight am Sunday class and like, No. That is my hurting to down. No. No. That won't be happening. And the The other side of that, actually, when I began my younger jury, my youngest... My oldest daughter was only about two years old, Eighteen months to two years and I was working part time finishing my masters part time And one of my friends had said you really gotta try yoga the class like, okay. What else? And with for those are you familiar with yoga, Is the final relaxation pose. And when I went into Last, I felt like I was home. Lorilee Binstock 00:06:11 Mm-mm Corinne Coppola 00:06:13 I was like, wow. This is pretty powerful. But then I had my second child, and I had difficult birth. So, like, I wasn't, you know, it it wasn't then what it is now because he's twenty two. My daughter is twenty four. And I have another son. Who's twenty, you know, twenty years ago, there wasn't the knowledge that prenatal yoga was okay for women who had complications. So then fast forward to my youngest being three And my girlfriend inviting me to this class at the gym and I... And she was a phenomenal instructor finally, I went she's a phenomenal director, and I thought Okay. I'm gonna get back to yoga in a serious way. So found studio that was close to my house and that I had originally gone to years before. And started to do additional classes there. And while there? I was volunteering at the front dash and there was a buck by a woman by the name of maya. And it was about how she healed herself. Lorilee Binstock 00:07:22 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:07:23 From like stage for cancer through our you practices that were in her background, that she had been a go go go, you know, fashion designer in New york and it was called a path of practice. And I was just fascinated by that, and Monday, I was in a group setting. I was in a trauma recovery group. Myself is a participant for sexual abuse. I had experienced from a close family member and I hadn't had these memories until I was forty. I am now fifty six. So I thought to myself when I was in that group, I it just came to me. Like. Oh, This is how yoga has been so healing for me. I have to bring these practices to women and children. You know? And from there, it was Gave Emerson and Best I think I was in their second cohost of a for trauma for I mean you excuse me yoga for trauma. And my journey sort of just started to unravel from there. Started to... I I went myself on a retreat for women survivors of sexual violence, and then they invited me back the next year to co. So I co that retreat for ten years, and it was so powerful for me to see the transformation that could happen in two and a half days. And Lorilee Binstock 00:09:05 Mm-mm Corinne Coppola 00:09:06 by being in nature by being in play. We weren't talking about our stories. Right? We were in our bodies. There was movement, light yoga, drama, some meditation, you know, just really back to being a kid. And so then in my in my jury, I unfortunately, when my daughter was fourteen, so this is about this was ten years ago, there is a suicide cluster at high school. And I thought to myself, I can't just sit on the sidelines lines with us and knowing how these practices. We select practices can really hold I was able to partner with a organization that was just blossom. This is twenty thirteen, and you know, I said to them, we have to bring these practices to this schools in Northern Virginia, which is where I was living at the time. And it's sort of came from that. I worked with them for four years. We got the school board involved. We had a lot of high schools, you know, hundreds and then into the thousands of young people and adults you know, the teachers in the parents and from there started to do started to co and manage retreats for teens, and that also adults and now here I am. So Yeah. It's just sort of, like, following the next best thing. Right? The next best that, like, I did not have like, the super plan vision. And at the same time, like, I didn't have a pass, but I had a vision. Lorilee Binstock 00:10:53 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:10:56 Okay. So, like, I knew nine, ten years ago when I was in close to read that, I wanna leave a retreat back here in Costa Rica, And this Marx, I'm leading her retreat my first retreat and close rica gut. So I would really you know, for me, it's just been following the bread. You know? And with the intention to serve, the intention to serve, like, how can I use my guess? To serve. And in the same time, you know, make a living. Sound That's it's a long answer to your shared question. Lorilee Binstock 00:11:35 No. I love it. Thank you so much. I love what you're talking about when when you talk about your your experience and this retreat would it was just play. It was your in your body, you want in your head, Is that what your rest retreats are, could you talk a little bit about that? I... It's a it's an acronym. Right? Right. Corinne Coppola 00:11:57 Right. Right. It's an acronym. So the r is for relaxed. Lorilee Binstock 00:12:04 Yeah Corinne Coppola 00:12:03 The x is for... The excuse me. They e is for examine. The s more surrender. And the t stands for transformation. So these retreats that I guide people on are different than the survival retreats that I did. There are elements. In this retreat. So and I also give one on one Vip retreats out in Shank critique Virginia where I live part time on the eastern shore. And so the rest will be in the first two days, you know, as people sort of enter we're doing a relaxation, integration, arriving, The second day, I have a healer who's gonna do a beautiful sound journey us. You know, then eighty three, we got it three and four we get in to examine. Right? What patterns because my the retreat is called killing the heart. So what patterns have origin in which I am not living to the potential of who I can be inner world. Right? It's sort of beginning to what called ex the heart. So practices, like, each each day, will be seen out. So, for example, covered in compassion. Right. Love and letting go. So we have to let go of some things in order and have compassion for us sounds and the honors so that we can... We can be on this continuum peeling. Then you know, they're surrender Have a surprise planned, but we also have a magnificent breath that will be reading us in a workshop you in terms of letting go, there'll be Journaling There'll be Arch masked team movie locks in nature. And then we get to key Right. That the acid surrender where we're letting and go and we have I'm just gonna say we have a musician coming in. To really help us let go on our levels. We'll be doing sunset. Fire circle. And then the t is for transformation in the last two days the last day is a cacao ceremony with a woman psychologist who I met last year who was down there, and she's from close to Rica and just this beautiful healing hard three hours ceremony yummy that we'll be having. And I'm keeping it small. Intentionally, you know, eleven spots. With some women who are really just phenomenal and are there to do some deep work. You know, this... It's not therapy. It's not... You know, that's not what I'm what what my intention is, it's really to create the safe community safe sacred community. That women can show up as their best sounds, like, all of their parts parts that have been forgotten. Like, who was I? When I was six seven eight years old and I was magic and Lorilee Binstock 00:15:43 mm-mm Corinne Coppola 00:15:44 who took away that magic, like, loving reconnect with that spirit, that sacred inside so that I can then bring these practices into my life. And live in a way that is in alignment with who I wanna be and who I am. Lorilee Binstock 00:16:04 Well, nick... You know, you talked about and make hear you talking about parts. I have a lot of respect for I. I'm actually an I Therapy every week. Is do you bring that to your respiratory retreats. Corinne Coppola 00:16:19 So it depends on Lorilee Binstock 00:16:26 Mm-mm. Corinne Coppola 00:16:26 what the client wants Right? So for the one on one, Yes. Absolutely. For this small group, retreats Lorilee Binstock 00:16:39 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:16:38 this is not is not the focus. However, I can't not do it. Meaning that... You know, that's who I am is you know, speaking in, like, some of the journaling quest will be internal family system based, but it's not as if we're going to be having therapeutic sharing circles. Right? Lorilee Binstock 00:17:00 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:17:01 That we're gonna be doing parts work. That's another type of retreat that I host. So you know, it is... There will be parts work And at the same time, it's not going be group therapy. People are there also to... Like, what's really important to me is the four or five hours of quiet time that we'll have every afternoon. Lorilee Binstock 00:17:22 Yay. Corinne Coppola 00:17:25 So if you wanna sit by the pool and be quiet, That's awesome we'll go to your room, take a nap. You wanna go into excursions to go kayak, horse horseback writing, lessons, you go do it, Zip lining, you know, so that people can really customize this experience to what they feel. They want and need to that you know, everything is optional. That's really, really a important to me is to give everyone choice. Lorilee Binstock 00:17:52 You lasts Corinne Coppola 00:17:55 You know? Because we're all adults. And oftentimes in life, we feel like we don't have choices. I mean, you know, that's free. I can only... I should only speak for myself. Lorilee Binstock 00:18:05 No. I feel that too. I feel that too. I feel last week, I actually gotten a ski accident And I feel like I could have a... I I there I have choices to say, I need to rest. This is before the accident. Because my life was just jam packed with so much stuff and trying to catch up from the end of last year. You know, from the holidays. And I was like, oh my gosh. I need a break, but I Corinne Coppola 00:18:33 Yeah. Lorilee Binstock 00:18:33 just felt like I couldn't get a break until I literally gotten in a little skiing then all of a sudden, and I was in bed for a week, and I was like, I really feel like the universe is listening to me. Corinne Coppola 00:18:40 Okay. Lorilee Binstock 00:18:43 But, yes, it was it was really, you know, there are times where I'm like, I feel like I'm in adult, and I don't have a choice. Like, I have Corinne Coppola 00:18:48 Did We Lorilee Binstock 00:18:52 to cook dinner. I have to, you know, I you know, I to do all these things. So it's nice. You know, I've looked at your treats so I'm like, oh, is you know, this would be amazing for me. Unfortunately, my husband be leaving to go out of the country during that time. So I have be with my children, but I am looking forward to going to one of your retreats. Corinne Coppola 00:19:12 Oh, beautiful. Lorilee Binstock 00:19:15 Yes. I Corinne Coppola 00:19:16 Well, I'm sorry to hear about your your skiing accident. Lorilee Binstock 00:19:20 you know, it's really funny because I I literally was telling my my If practitioner nor the week before I'm like, I just feel like I I need a break. I need a break. I can't I feel like I keep going going going, and I feel guilty I would feel guilty if I was, like, I need I I'm gonna be in bed. The thing is the universe heard me and was like, okay. We'll do this. And... You know, my leg wasn't hurting when I was resting, but it was it was hurting when I was walking. Corinne Coppola 00:19:46 Yeah. Lorilee Binstock 00:19:49 So or attempting to. So I I felt like know, it's one of things here you're you need to break. People need breaks and Corinne Coppola 00:19:56 Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:19:59 sometimes it'll be a forced one. Corinne Coppola 00:19:59 Right. Lorilee Binstock 00:20:03 And sometimes it's gonna come at the most in opportune times And I think what I've learned through my healing journey is that you know, everything kind happens for a reason. Everything happens for reason. This is the their signs and signals that are telling us, you know, it's time to rest, and then we it it's our choice to listen and not listen. Corinne Coppola 00:20:21 Right. I love that. Like, oftentimes, They'll say to my clients and not only my clients, but you know, in general, it just comes out of my mat. Like, you're exactly where you're supposed to be. Lorilee Binstock 00:20:30 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:20:33 That really helps me when On in a phone, you know, when I am feeling, like, really, This is really what's happening. Right. I'm right where I'm supposed to be and then the gratitude practice. I mean, I am the huge huge believer of how and sciences proves it, you know, But of how gratitude has really changed my life. Lorilee Binstock 00:20:58 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:21:01 You know, the the thing that it most importantly has led me to is the characteristic of acceptance. Lorilee Binstock 00:21:08 Yeah. Corinne Coppola 00:21:09 Wait. How can I be really thankful for the turmoil of that's happening right now in my life? You know, or in a relationship And then maybe not at that moment. You know, I'm not able to see the the good in it, but still on being thanks for it because then I usually, it is revealed to me that you know, I am able to see what Oh, Lorilee Binstock 00:21:43 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:21:40 just like what you said, you know what the purpose? Oh, this is leading me to more forgiveness. Lorilee Binstock 00:21:45 Yeah Corinne Coppola 00:21:47 Okay. Lorilee Binstock 00:21:49 it's so funny how long it took me to figure that out. It took me Corinne Coppola 00:21:51 Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:21:53 so long because people be like, in just grateful. You know, I would have those to do list, like those like, padded to do list papers that have says, like, you know, here's your here's a little checkbox box and here right, what you have to do And at the top of the page, it would say, I am grateful for blank, and I'm like, oh, that's interesting. And I would never write it it. I would just write my list. And I and I'm like... I never understood the the power of gratitude and it's also interesting because when I think about earlier in our conversation, you talked about Corinne Coppola 00:22:28 Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:22:29 you know, the courts pose when when you found chance for and it's Corinne Coppola 00:22:32 Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:22:33 transformation and epiphany in that moment. You know, before I went into treatment before I was you know, went to residential treatment, and I would do yoga. I did... I I did yoga for, you know, so lengthening and strengthening and flexibility And when we would get into And pose, I would literally sit there and think about. Okay. Corinne Coppola 00:22:58 Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:22:56 So what are the things I need to do today? And I never understood the importance of Because when I went to treatment, was like, I learned this whole idea that Is where you're integrating your practice. And I'm like, really? And that changed my life. It it's funny the things that people tell you because you know, people like, oh, exhausted is important. I'm like, oh, yeah. Rest is an important shirt, whatever. And then I you know, you you move on and you do your thing, and then you you realize, like, it it just took me so long to really absorb Corinne Coppola 00:23:33 Okay. Lorilee Binstock 00:23:33 the the the practice of rest, the practice of gratitude, Corinne Coppola 00:23:37 Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:23:38 I'm telling you that really changed everything. For me, at least Corinne Coppola 00:23:42 Yeah. Yeah. I hear you. You preaching to the prayer because know, what I did used to teach public and private the classes. You know, I would say Is the most important pose, and it's also something that you can take at any time you know? And it's something that Lorilee Binstock 00:24:05 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:24:04 we don't do, like, and and oftentimes, that's what happens is we're we're resting and then everything fits to the surface. So when people come in, meditation retreats. It's like you know, what they call flo straw because people start falling asleep the first, you know, day or two because they realize how tiring their body is. Lorilee Binstock 00:24:28 Yes. Corinne Coppola 00:24:29 You know, that it's like the had nod and people can't stay awake, and that's just like a normal and you know, part of what happens it's like, oh, this is what happens when I dial it down. And there's an officer and speaker name is Sandra Dawn Smith. I don't know if he's... She's gonna book called sacred rest. And she identifies seven different types of reps, which I can't rattle off the top of my head right now. But I just think that is so such an interesting perspective to look at oh, often ten pages feel rest as like the physical, but there's also emotional rash Lorilee Binstock 00:25:12 Yay, Corinne Coppola 00:25:12 social rest, you know, all these different types of rest. That we need, like, sometimes social recipes, interacting with others. Sometimes social recipes means, oh, I need to pull back. You know? And and it's not just as you know, it's not just what often type, like spa and you know? No. No. No. No. No. No. No. It can be for me, what a My practices is between three and four o'clock every day. I don't schedule calls or meetings or anything between three and four so that maybe it is used to respond to emails, but there's usually at least a ten minute ten minute window that I have for myself that I have to go meditate pray or that I do put my head down on a pillow because that completely refresh us and something that I learned that you might already know is that at three o'clock, like middle afternoon, three Homework o'clock our cortisol level. Lore. And Lorilee Binstock 00:26:19 I did not know that. Corinne Coppola 00:26:21 this whole practice that I started started over the pandemic. I was noticing that... Oh, I'm pretty tired right now. And three or four o'clock with was the time when my second day began, right? And I would work until three or four, and then I go pick the kids up in school, take them to different activities go over below. And then when that didn't happen during the pan, I was able to listen to my body, and I was like, oh, isn't this interesting? Lorilee Binstock 00:26:48 Wow. Corinne Coppola 00:26:52 So that's how it sort of came up for me. It's not like, oh, let me do this. It was me listening to my body. Lorilee Binstock 00:26:56 Yes. Absolutely. I I... It's it's it's so... It's so hard to listen your body when there's so many things going on. So, yes, I think that quiet time that meditation time is is the time for, you know, to really be able to listen to what's happening there. I do wanna ask Corinne Coppola 00:27:17 Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:27:19 what does it take to truly achieve transformation. Corinne Coppola 00:27:26 Yeah. First to all. That is a great question. I when retract the word achieve. Lorilee Binstock 00:27:35 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:27:35 And so what does it take to a achieve transformation because that then makes it a goal. Right, which we all want, like we all want there's different life, like, right before this call, I happen to be at a in a yoga class, and the the teacher was just notice. And I said... You need to be teaching in Costa Rica, and I didn't know that she was and you know, how did the teacher trading program of this studio and then a little block? She's like, well, you know, I have my kids and Da. And I thought... Yeah. Yeah. But you can maybe go guest teach. You know to myself. And, like, what what could the possibilities be? So I think one of the first things we have to get out of our own way And when I say we have to get out of our own way, people talk all the time about, like, letting go of limiting beliefs. I don't know flip that on the head, maybe and maybe open yourself to a possibility. And open yourself to the possibility of what do I really enjoy doing? Maybe it's baking cookies. And you start baking cookies these a little bit more and giving them away. And then all of a sudden, you have a cookie business. Lorilee Binstock 00:28:59 Yeah. Corinne Coppola 00:29:02 Yeah. I'm saying. Wait, It's just really and asking yourself the question, if I didn't have to be perfect at I would like to blank Right? If I didn't need to be perfect, what what is one thing that really lights me up? What is the one thing? And it may be I... You know, and and and it's out at this moment. Like, I didn't know when I started on this path, like, when I started taking Yoga again, that I would someday be Lorilee Binstock 00:29:43 Mhmm Corinne Coppola 00:29:43 an internal family sister's practitioner, mental health coach and running retreats. Like, I didn't have that vision. I just knew that taking yoga that and then maybe teaching you love because what I did in the past, you know, part of my job with presentation when I worked in organization development, and I trained people in parents management, and They trained people on career consulting. You know? So and and leadership development. And I... So I knew that I loved getting up in front of groups. I had no problem doing that. And then the passion that I had for Yoga, because of how it was healing me and it was allowing me to be in my body. Well, I wanted to bring that to everybody. So then I, you know, got into a teacher training, and the teacher training about ben was like you know, two years long, every other weekend, I did three hundred hours. So went out to Montana. So that's what I would say is the first step is just share like, be open say quietly and say, what does really lighten me out? Do I really love playing pick? You know? I mean, what do I love doing. Do I love gathering people? And maybe you... Maybe you love cooking and you want to have a Vegan cooking quad like, I'm not making this up. You know, what What is it that light you on a fire. And then follow that. So that's the first thing that I would say. And then the second thing is acceptance. Lake, you know, so that you're you're open and accepting of whatever is happening in that moment, Like, I went through a water suffering, and I still go through suffering. You know, it's not... It's not like, oh, I'm happy go lucky and the... You know, it happens to be a great day today on blessed enough to be on this call with you. I went to yoga the class. I walk the die. I did some work before all that. You know? But it's it's having this theme a gratitude and when you're grateful soul throughout the day, and then your more accepting of... Okay. Well, my young you know, my child's stark at me or my my partner, you know, made a really in inappropriate comma lake what am I doing to accept what is happening? So that I don't have to be in suffering. And suffering happens when we want things to be different than than they are. And I'm gonna hear to tell you, like, there was a day when I was going through my divorce, but I had two hundred and sixty dollars in my checking account, and I'm speaking to myself. What am I gonna do? What am I gonna do? So I could sit there. And I could complain And I can think of all the ways that this wasn't fair. Or I can the grateful form go for walk. Shift my perspective. You know, I have a house, and my kids are healthy. You know, I have food and in my cover that I can make for dinner, and it's not always gonna be this way. Like, the two words that are helpful for transformation, I feel are for now. This is only happening for now. Good bad. Lorilee Binstock 00:33:19 Yes. Corinne Coppola 00:33:22 In between you know? So those are some of... That's how I think I would you know, answer your question is more around like, acceptance being with what else. Acceptance. And then, you know, for now. And and knowing what what lights you up, you know, what are you passionate about? And it's if I was doing what I'm doing now it's not like, I woke up at a bed and who's was like, oh, I'm gonna run retreats and Lorilee Binstock 00:33:53 Yeah Corinne Coppola 00:33:52 mister week. No. I didn't have something in that way. It's taken me ten years. Lorilee Binstock 00:33:56 mm-mm Corinne Coppola 00:33:57 Right. So Lorilee Binstock 00:33:59 Wow. Corinne Coppola 00:33:59 anyway, Lorilee Binstock 00:34:01 Did... Is this is this what you hope? For your clients, after they leave your retreats, Corinne Coppola 00:34:07 And then, absolutely, that and and that has happened. And even, you know, just in and when I work with clients one on one, it can be so powerful, like I a client this past week that she's had a lot grief in her life. You know, three of her brothers passed away while she was growing up. I mean, it's just really heartbreaking. And when she came into connection, with her grief And it felt like these cotton balls in her chest and that it was just all of her heart breaks and she was able to turn towards that and have compassion support. She's now much open and loving in her relationship with her partner. Because she had a fear being in an intimate relationship because of all the grief from now she's had in her life, and she's also were Lorilee Binstock 00:35:02 No. Corinne Coppola 00:35:03 a young widow. You know, she was a young widow. So you know, it's really about giving people hope that you're hopeful about the future that they're is a purpose to my life, and then I can start over and a couple of my clients that have been to one on one retreats to me out, and she could take they know are establishing really thriving businesses because of some you know, past things that they were able to let go of. So once you clear that out, right, it's the ex of the heart. Once we clear that out, then it's like we can be open to the next thing And at the same time, during those transitions being open to the grief, like, I'm an empty nest, and I thought I've been an empty semester since the fall of twenty twenty one and I thought, okay. Well, you know, a year, I'll be, you know, on this little bit of a roller close physically. But, you know, I gotta tell you the fall hit of twenty twenty two, and that grief was there a little differently, but it was still there. So you know, just being with what is happening and accepting it and not pushing it away. Right? It's really about turning towards the difficult stuff. When we turn towards it, and we can have compassion and we stop running from it. Then we can understand what the message is. What that part is needing, what we're eating So I can talk all day about this, Obviously, Lorilee Binstock 00:36:50 Well, It's... It's amazing. Corinne Coppola 00:36:53 mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:36:53 What you're doing. And I I do wanna ask how how often do your streets go Corinne Coppola 00:36:57 So Lorilee Binstock 00:36:59 Do you have them? Corinne Coppola 00:37:01 yeah. So I'm This is the first week long that I'm doing her eight nine eight days seven nights. This is the first what I'm doing. All the other ones have been weekend retreats, you know, three days two nights. I'm planning on expanding this coming fall to doing them four days three nights and, you know, partnering with different people. And after I do my one in Costa going and come back to these Lorilee Binstock 00:37:34 Mhmm. Corinne Coppola 00:37:32 post I'm actually going to be going on a road trip. So I'll be focusing mostly so my online clientele and not doing any physical and retreats until the fall of twenty twenty three. Lorilee Binstock 00:37:48 Awesome. Corinne Coppola 00:37:49 Mhmm. Mhmm. Lorilee Binstock 00:37:51 Well, that's great. I will be looking for. Please keep me posted on those. Because yeah, Corinne Coppola 00:37:53 I will. I will pressure. Lorilee Binstock 00:37:57 and wanna hear more. Is there anything else you'd like to add? Corinne Coppola 00:38:02 That is such a great question. I would like to add and might not do this justice, but the quote. Like, even doing the smallest things with the greatest amount of love. Lorilee Binstock 00:38:18 Oh Corinne Coppola 00:38:19 That no matter where you are in your life right now, How can I show up? With the most loved for myself or the others, Like, even if it's doing laundry. Like, can I do this? In a loving way in a grateful way. And just doing the smallest things with the greatest lives because it's really not that hard to be kind. And I just went to see a man named auto last night. And it was just such a lovely movie. In terms of how in terms of, like, a testament to how kindness small kindness. Can change your life and save a life. Lorilee Binstock 00:39:03 Mhmm. Yeah. I Corinne Coppola 00:39:05 Say that's really what I would say. Is just even in the smallest ways, like, It so might sound corny, but right, before you pick up the phone to make a call, that has to be potentially honor, like a service calls for an Internet problem. Right? Can you smile? And send the person live on the other side because they're doing the best they can too. Lorilee Binstock 00:39:32 Yeah. Corinne Coppola 00:39:33 So Lorilee Binstock 00:39:34 Yeah. Corinne Coppola 00:39:34 Yeah. Lorilee Binstock 00:39:36 Well, Current, thank you so much. I really appreciate you joining me today. Corinne Coppola 00:39:41 Thank you, Laura. It's been real real deep honor and for your for you to extend me your invitation and to have the opportunity to write an article for your magazine. I'm just so honored Lorilee Binstock 00:39:57 You... I honored for you to join us. And let me... Am I saying your name right? Career? Corinne Coppola 00:40:03 Yes. Lorilee Binstock 00:40:05 I got it. Alright. Corinne Coppola 00:40:07 You got it more.
The Profitable Photographer Podcast is pleased to welcome fellow profitable photographer Jeff Brown back to the show to talk all about using your website to attract ideal clients!At 27, Jeff joined the Royal Navy and began a career as a Military Photographer, but after nearly 10 years of service he left the armed forces to set up his own photography company Eighteen months later, Jeff had built a successful six-figure wedding photography partnership and a commercial photography company. After photographing 750 weddings himself, in 2015 he developed an online photography business mentoring program. We are so excited to soak in some of that wisdom today as he shares nuggets from his new book “Help!! My Photography Website Needs MORE Customers.”Websites are one of, if not THE, most important part of your sales and visibility. They are our shop window to the world which is why Jeff says it is so important to convey confidence and trust on your site.He says, “a website should have one major purpose and that purpose should be to either direct a visitor to book a call, book a session or leave their email address in exchange for something.”To do this, Jeff prefers a “Scroll to Sell” Website which takes people on a journey to an end result and are preferred in recent Google SEO updates. What is a “Scroll to a Sale Website”? I take people on a journey to an end resultCreates a big first impressionFocuses on empathy first by addressing their fears and problems. Includes testimonials on the home page. Uses descriptive wordsHas a call to action Jeff also tells us some big news about GOOGLE's Helpful Content Update starting in 2023.And is offering a special 50% discount on an SEO package if we sign up for a website with his service through email@example.comGrab your headphones and listen now!Photography Business Coach Luci Dumas' Programs and Contact Info:firstname.lastname@example.org://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
My first podcast episode of every year is really about setting the intention, setting my intention for the year. That's what this podcast is all about because I value your time, your energy, and money in a noisy world where we have 26 seconds to capture attention, you being here is not lost on me. If you're like me, you might have been noticing your capacity isn't what it once was. My family who got sick three times, three of us actually, I don't know how much dirt my son must have eaten in his childhood, but he did not get sick at all, however, three of us got sick three times. I did this back-of-the-napkin math, I realized we lost over 18 weeks to illness. Do you hear that, parents? Eighteen weeks, that is wild to me. It has really changed the way I'm thinking about life, work, family, scheduling, and all the things money going forward. Instead of trying to figure out how to do more with less, we need to be able to discern what is worth our energy and what isn't. That is why I'm doing this podcast. This year is about even greater transparency where I show up as explicitly as possible because we don't have time to waste. We might be navigating all different normal ups and downs of life and then we might be navigating illness, some kind of family crisis, some kind of health issue, or whatever, so we need to learn how to be more discerning. This year for me, it's about transparency, leaning into what I think is already a superpower for me, and being even more explicit. This way, you know if you should continue to tune in on a weekly basis or whether you want to be even in a reciprocal relationship with us. The one thing that I see missing the most in small businesses today, especially if they're doing business outside of their local community and online is that feeling of “main street”. The reason why “main street” works for businesses, and the local community works, is because you're in relationship and you're being reciprocal. I'm trying to bring that back into what I do and taking a stand for that. The only reason why you'd be reciprocal is that you're gaining value. You're the right person here with us. Especially if you're considering working with me, you need to be sure you have the problem we solve, you need to be able to tell if now is the best time to do this work, if I'm the right fit, and if what I teach will work for you. The quickest way I know how to do this is to be direct, honest, and speak in plain language. Nothing flowery, sexy, or internet market-y. I'm going to tell you right now. Get your Revenue Goal Calculator - https://theboldleadershiprevolution.com/revenue-goal-calculator Join the waitlist for The Bold Profit Academy - https://theboldleadershiprevolution.com/the-bold-profit-academy
Success after stroke relies a lot on community. That's the case with today's guest Hub Miller. It's a story of knowing the FAST/BEFAST warning signs of stroke because people talk about it. And it's a story of going through the worst moments of your life only to find yourself surrounded by loving family members and friends ready to share their strength with you. You can listen to Hub's story here. If you don't see the audio player, click here to listen to the conversation. Click here for a machine-generated transcript Who is Hub Miller? Hub graduated from Mississippi State University with an MS in Agronomy in 2005. Since then, he's built a career in agricultural science, helping farmers produce bigger and more reliable crops. Throughout the years, he's worked for an assortment of high tech agriculture companies, including, Dow Agrosciences, Corteva Agriscience, and Miller Entomological Service. In January of 2023, Hub took a new role as Vice President of Teleos Ag Solutions In the Spring of 2021, Hub experienced a massive stroke brought on by high blood pressure. With the support of his family and friend, he's staged an amazing comeback. You can connect with Hub via LinkedIn. BE FAST Speed is essential to reducing long-term disability after stroke. That's why it is so important to spot the signs. The BE FAST acronym can help you spot most stroke. A person may be experiencing a stroke if they have: B – a sudden loss of or change in balance E – a sudden change in or loss of eyesight or vision F – single side face droop A – in ability to hold both arms up S – loss of or change in speech, vocabulary, or ability to process language T – Any of this means it is time to call an ambulance BE FAST = Balance, Eyes, Face, Arms, Speech, Time to call an ambulance. Down load this graphic and share it with everyone you know. If you know people who speak Spanish, Dr. Remle Crowe helped develop an equivalent acronym in Spanish -- AHORA. Let's look at a translation. Letter Abbreviation for Spanish Description In English A Andar Tiene dificultad para andar? Tiene problemas con el equilibrio? Do they have difficulty walking? Do they have problems with balance? H Hablar Tiene dificultad para hablar o entender? Usa palabras que no tienen sentido? Do they have difficulty speaking or understanding language? Do they use words that don't make sense? O Ojos Tiene algün cambio de vista? Tiene visiön doble? Tiene dificultad para ver con ambos ojos? Do they have some change in vision? Do they have double vision? Do they have difficulty seeing with both eyes? R Rostro Tiene la mitad del rostro caido? Tiene un repentino dolor de cabeza como nunca se ha sentido? Do they have one-sided facial droop? Do they suddenly have the worst headache of their life? A Ambos Brazos Tiene dificultad para levantar un brazo o una pierna? Tiene debilidad en un brazo o una pierna? Do they have difficulty lifting an arm or a leg? Do they have weakness in an rm or a leg? High Blood Pressure One of the main causes of stroke is high blood pressure. It's a topic we discuss a lot. It caused Hub's stroke, and it caused my stroke. The American Heart Association recommends a blood pressure of 120/80. Inexpensive blood pressure monitors are available online. Check yours and speak with your doctor if you are not in the target range. I talked about how high blood pressure causes stroke with Neuro-interventionist and surgeon Dr. Nirav H. Shaw in this episode: https://strokecast.com/bloodpressure If you don't have a home blood pressure meter, you should probably fix that. You can find them at your local pharmacy, Costco, large grocery store, and on Amazon at this link.* Survey Do you have thoughts about the Strokecast as a show? I want to hear about it. Please complete the listener survey at http://Strokecast.com/survey by March 31, 2023 to share your insight. I'd realy appreciate it. Hack of the Week Hub recommends yoga. Yoga has strong meditative qualities, and he has found it helpful in his recovery. Yoga and meditation are themes that come up from lots of guests. Breathing, movement, stretches, and focusing the mind can help quite the noise of the outside world and service our bodies as the brain relearns how to operate our limbs. Around the country and around the world, we are seeing more opportunities for disabled yoga or chair yoga. Practitioners are modifying positions and techniques so folks with physical limitations can still safely reap the benefits of this ancient tradition. Look around your community for disability-friendly yoga if the idea appeals to you. And speaking of community, Hub has also found a lot of value in local stroke support groups. These groups give folks an opportunity to connect in person or online and share experiences, stories, and local resources to provide a much needed connection. Links [wptb id=4311] Where do we go from here? Connect with Hub on LinkedIn here Share this episode with someone you know by giving them the link http://Strokecast.com/Hub Complete the Strokecast listener survey at http://Strokecast.com/Survey Don't get best…get better More thoughts from Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub Hub Miller had a stroke while working from home, and he knew what to do. Eighteen months later he is back to driving and back at work. In this conversation he tells us about it and the importance of community support. Learn more at http://Strokecast.com/Hub
Sponsored by: Magic Mind! Visit https://www.magicmind.co/traceevidence and get 56% off your subscription with my code TRACEEVIDENCE | ZocDoc! Visit ZocDoc.com/TRACE and download the app for FREE! | Suspect Season 2, available wherever you listen to podcasts!Eighteen year old Diana Braungardt was smart, funny, caring and popular. She performed well in school, worked a part time job and had just enrolled in modeling classes as high school graduation approached. Then, she vanished.After finishing a shift at a local discount department store, Diana clocked out and stepped out into the parking lot. She never made it home and her parents found her car, still sitting in the lot. It appeared to investigators that the high school senior had been abducted before she'd made it to her car.Over the years, a lot of different possibilities have been suggested. From a personal assault from someone who knew Diana to a slew of serial killers who have been name dropped but never connected to the case. This year will mark thirty-six years since Diana vanished, far too long to go without answers.Trace Evidence FacebookInstagramTwitterOfficial WebsiteOfficial MerchMusic Courtesy of: "Lost Time" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Happy New Year!! I'm Craig Denison, author and founder of First15. A growing relationship with God comes when you experience him every day. So thank you so much for starting your year with us. I've got a really exciting announcement with what you can expect from First15 this year. One is, we're expanding the writers that are contributing to the daily devotionals. There will still be a lot of content written by me, but this month we're kicking the year off with a focus on spiritual awakening actually written by my Dad, Jim Denison. He's one of the smartest and most heart-felt people I've ever known. It was a privilege growing up with him as a father. And I'm really excited for you to get to experience God with his content as a guide this month. Along with some new content, you'll hear a new voice on the podcast reading the days devotional. That'll help give consistency to your experience with God, not making First15 about the author, but about creating space for God to fill. Happy New Year. May God bless you as you seek him this morning, and every morning. -- There is an incredible difference between knowing something in your head and experiencing it in your heart. Today, we're going to explore what it looks like to do more than just learn about God but, instead, to experience him in a transforming and powerful way. Our Scripture for today comes from Psalm 34:8, and today's worship is My Heart Your Home by Maverick City Music.