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Episode 131 Notes and Links to Alice Elliott Dark's Work On Episode 131 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Alice Elliott Dark, and the two discuss, among other topics, Alice's upbringing and schooling that provided much room for intellectual growth and inquiry, her poetry writing days and gradual transfer to writing prose, her electrifying short story that made all-century lists, the story's presentation on the big screen, and the “saga” of her latest novel and its accompanying themes. Alice Elliott Dark, author of the novels Fellowship Point and Think of England, and whose story "In the Gloaming” was chosen by John Updike for inclusion in The Best American Short Stories of The Century and made into films by HBO and Trinity Playhouse. Her non-fiction reviews and essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many anthologies. She is a recipient of a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and an Associate Professor at Rutgers-Newark in the English department and the MFA program. Alice Elliott Dark's Website Alice's Wikipedia Page Buy Alice's Books Publisher's Weekly Review of Fellowship Point Kirkus Reviews Review of Fellowship Point At about 2:00, Alice details her childhood and adolescent relationship with language and reading At about 4:40, Alice describes a formative experience where she realized that she, too, could become a professional writer At about 5:20, Alice describes the books and writers who she loved as a kid, including A Stone for Danny Fisher and work by Irwin Shaw At about 9:30, Alice responds to Pete's questions about what it was like growing up in Philadelphia and its cultures and ethos, including the Quaker influences At about 13:35, Alice talks about her early days of writing poetry and how she read widely, particularly poetry At about 14:30, Alice discusses how her college Asian Studies major happily upset her ideas of form At about 17:00, Alice responds to Pete's question about any “ ‘Eureka' moments” that convinced her of her writing prowess, as well as how watching a lot of 1970s UK punk helped her shift to writing prose At about 19:40, Alice gives background on the origins of her legendary short story “In the Gloaming” At about 22:15, Alice explains the meanings of the iconic first line of the short story At about 24:00, Alice defines “gloaming” and Pete and Alice discuss the story's beginning as Laird perks up around twilight At about 25:20, Alice describes how she “step[s] aside” to let her characters develop and communication between mother and son At about 28:40, Alice talks about her writing process and the importance of “picturing” the storyline, characters, etc. At about 29:35, Pete and Alice discuss Martin, the father in the story, and his isolation, as well as intimacy between mother and son At about 31:30, Pete and Alice talk about Laird's illness in terms of an AIDS diagnosis At about 33:15, Alice and Pete compare ideas of anonymity/Everyman/Everywoman in Alice's writing and Chekhov's At about 34:25, Laird's friend's letter is referenced as juxtaposition with Laird's deteriorating physical condition, and comparisons between Covid and AIDS are mentioned At about 36:20, Pete reads and compliments the second-to-last sentence of the story At about 37:40, Alice details the processes in which her story became a film and her experiences in watching the process unfold and witnessing the final product At about 39:20, Alice discusses Christopher Reeve's role in making the movie At about 40:35, Pete wonders about Alice's experience in having the story as part of At about 41:50, Pete and Alice discuss the critical acclaim for Fellowship Point and the “saga” of the book's long life before being finished and published At about 45:45, Alice details themes and aims for the book, and how some subtleties of herself came through, though the book is truly fiction At about 46:40, Alice replies to Pete's questions about perspectives shifting as the book's saga played out At about 48:35, Alice responds to Pete's question about if the characters are/were real to her At about 50:45, Alice examines Covid's impact on her and others' writing At about 52:25, Pete wonders how Alice saw and sees the finished product of Fellowship Point, and Alice highlights Mary Sue Rucci's great help in editing and revising At about 54:45, Pete and Alice discuss the characteristics of the book's main characters At about 58:10, The relationship between main character Agnes and an editor, Maud is discussed At about 58:50, Ideas of land ownership and parallel themes are discussed in context of the book At about 1:01:45, The theme of feminism is discussed, with regard to Agnes, and how the term is limiting for her At about 1:03:50, Alice discusses what she has to say in the book about themes of aging (particularly with older women being ignored/underestimated) and At about 1:05:50-friendship lasting and love as shown in different ways At about 1:07:00-Alice gives her contact info, and highlights great work by Mary Sue Rucci Books, Scribner, and Cassandra Campbell for the reading of the audiobook 1:08:50-Alice provides her social media info You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode. This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com. Please tune in for Episode 132 with Morgan Talty, a citizen of the Penobscot Indian Nation where he grew up. Morgan teaches courses in both English and Native American Studies, and he is on the faculty at the Stonecoast MFA in creative writing. His highly-anticipated short story collection, Night of the Living Rez, is forthcoming from Tin House Books, on July 5. The episode will air on July 11.
We are looking at how to walk and maintain fellowship with God. In last week's episode, we opened up 1 John 1 and heard the Apostle John say that we can have the same kind of fellowship with God as he and the other apostles enjoyed. The accessibility of God is an overlooked topic. Fellowship with God is not held out and is only open to God's elite. No, it is available to you at any time you desire. The way John states it, it should be a continual experience. Fellowship with God need never be interrupted. But there are biblical conditions for enjoying the Lord and fellowshipping with Him. Listen as Michael Durham explains.
This week we are listening to an exhortation given on February 26, 2021 by Bro. Steve Mansfield at the Golden Grove Eccleisa. We hope this strengthens your Faith and brightens your day! Thank you for listening, God bless, and talk to you next week. Send talk suggestions or comments to: GoodChristadelphianTalks@gmail.com For Show Notes, visit our website: Anchor.fm/GCT Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Get CME Here: https://earnc.me/1hIpAN After years of study, internship and residency, you are finally ready to begin your career as a qualified medical consultant in whatever field you've chosen. However, you have the option to take your skills further by undertaking something called a medical fellowship. Planning for a medical fellowship and figuring out where to undertake this is a big decision. To help you calibrate expectations and give you several factors to consider before jumping in, is Tina Rivenbark, President and CEO of Advanced Practice Solutions. Learn more: https://apmsuccess.com/152 Watch the video: https://apmsuccess.com/152v
We hope you're ready for this crash course into our love of both the book and the movie. This story is absolutely in the top 5 favorites for both of us! We loved getting a chance to scream about Sam, finally meet Treebeard, and talk about some major line changes in the movie. We hope you enjoy! **This episode contains spoilers from The Hobbit and the entire Lord of the Rings series by JRR Tolkien. Bookish Impulse Buys: Dr. Strange Sipper, Bookish Sticker Click here to listen to our Hobbit episode and here to catch up on The Fellowship of the Ring episode! This episode is sponsored by Audible by Amazon, click here to try Audible for free! We are taking the month of July off from the book club, but follow along as we finish out the series with Return of the King. Check our Instagram from a reading schedule! Please subscribe and leave us a 5 star review and follow along on Instagram and Tiktok @TheBookishBanterPodcast. If you want to check out our Patreon, click here for behind the scenes content and bonus episodes!!! Message us with any episode requests or if you just want to say hi! Follow Tatyana on Instagram @TheLiteratureLlama2.0 and Tiktok and follow Kearsten on Instagram @KearstenKeepsReading and Tiktok. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebookishbanterpodcast/support
This week, the Pug has a special guest, Max McLean, the founder of the Fellowship for the Performing Arts. Max has brought to the stage “The Screwtape Letters,” “The Great Divorce,” and “The Most Reluctant Convert,” the story of C.S. Lewis's conversion; most recently staring in a film adaptation of the last of these. For the first half hour of the show the pugsters spoke with Max about his work and C.S. Lewis, but continued the conversation after Max left for another interview.
According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, an estimated 27 million Americans have thyroid disease, and more than half of those individuals are undiagnosed and unaware that they have a thyroid condition.However, it's important to understand that if more comprehensive thyroid testing was used by doctors and functional reference ranges were used to interpret that testing instead of the overly lax lab reference ranges, a much larger number of people would be classified as having some type of thyroid dysfunction.Most doctors rely almost exclusively on the thyroid stimulating hormone or TSH test to detect thyroid dysfunction, yet TSH is not even technically a marker of thyroid function, it's actually a marker of pituitary function. Even worse, the medical community can't even agree on what the normal reference range is for the TSH test.My other issue with conventional medicine is its refusal to actually look at underlying causes of thyroid dysfunction including but not limited to gut inflammation, chronic stress, adrenal issues, nutrient deficiencies, toxins in our food, air, and water, and chronic infections such as periodontal disease and h. Pylori.The thyroid's primary function is to control the body's metabolism – the rate at which cells perform duties essential to living. It manages how we turn our food into energy by facilitating the processes of energy production in the mitochondria. I want you to think of your thyroid as your body's “engine,” which sets the pace at which the body operates. Too little thyroid hormone can cause the body's systems to slow down, and too much thyroid hormone can cause the body's systems to speed up.In today's episode, I've brought back my friend and pharmacist Jim Paoletti to talk about this amazing gland that does so much for us. In fact, there's not a single cell in the body that doesn't depend on thyroid hormone in some way.Jim Paoletti, B.S. Pharmacy, FAARFM, FIACP is an independent clinical consultant on hormones, nutrition, and wellness. Jim has 40 years of experience with bio-identical hormone therapies in clinical practice, both in retail pharmacy and as a consultant and educator. Jim served previously as Director of Provider Education for ZRT Laboratory, Beaverton, Oregon, and as consultant and Education Director for Professional Compounding Centers of America of Houston, TX.He is a graduate and former faculty member of the Fellowship of Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine. Jim has lectured extensively and internationally on all aspects of compounding and BHRT to medical practitioners and consumers, and has several articles published on BHRT and compounding pharmacy issues. Jim has published the book A Practitioner's Guide to Physiologic Bioidentical Hormone Balance.Listen to the full episode to hear:Why your doctor may be relying on testing that provides an incomplete picture of thyroid functionHow laboratory reference ranges don't reflect optimal functional ranges that end up leaving patients frustrated and without resolutionWhy assessing adrenal function is key to evaluating and treating thyroid issuesWhy synthetic vs natural thyroid hormone replacement is misleadingLearn more about Jim Paoletti, BS Pharmacy, FAARFM, FIACP:A Practitioner's Guide to Physiologic Bioidentical Hormone BalanceLearn more about Sami:Eatfor.lifeBook Your Complimentary ConsultationEat For Life cookbooks for each unique biotypeResources:Overcoming Thyroid Disorders 3rd EditionWhy Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? when My Lab Tests Are Normal: a Revolutionary Breakthrough in Understanding Hashimoto's Disease and Hypothyroidism, Dr. Datis Kharrazian
Surviving Intern Year with Max Nguemeni In June, we featured a fantastic panel discussion on navigating transitions. From Medical School to Residency to Fellowship and Attending life. Last week was an episode dedicated to helping physicians and future physicians navigate their job contracts. This week's episode features Dr. Max Nguemeni , an Internal Medicine Resident who just completed Intern year. He joins to share advice on how to be successful. He also shares his thoughts on the medical education system and how and where changes need to be made. I have followed Max on twitter for a while now and I have always appreciated his perspectives. After learning about his extensive background and education in the field of engineering, his perspective makes a lot of sense. Max and I also chat about his passion project, the "Flip the Script " podcast. Your go-to show to learn about navigating healthcare disparities. Are you beginning intern year and feel like your head is underwater already? Have you forgotten what it's like to be an intern and need a refresher? What perspective does an engineer bring to medicine? What are some practical ways to successfully navigate twitter? Stay tuned to the "Signout" segment, where I share a couple of tips for navigating intern year. We would love to hear how you enjoyed this episode. Leave a review and rating on apple Pocasts. **This episode was sponsored by Picmonic . Visit their website and mention the podcast when you subscribe. **This episode was sponsored by TrueLearn . Visit their website and use the discount code "BDPODCAST" to save $25 on your subscription. (Available through 31 December 2022 or while supples last.) **Interested in starting a podcast? Check out Riverside for your remote recording needs: RIVERSIDE.FM If you enjoyed this episode, please share with a friend and leave a comment and rating on iTunes. TBDP is a volunteer passion project with the goal of inspiring all who listen. In-house music and audio production, so any ideas for improvements or suggestions for future guests are welcome. Visit www.StevenBradleyMD.com to learn more about our host. He is available for consultations or speaking engagements regarding health equity and medical ethics. Leave a voice memo that we can include in a future episode: Pass The Mic
Pastor John Ryan Cantu brings this week's message, “Sabbath." Key Verses: Genesis 2:1–3 ESV “Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done. So God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it God rested from all his work that he had done in creation.”Mark 3:13–15 ESV “And he went up on the mountain and called to him those whom he desired, and they came to him. And he appointed twelve (whom he also named apostles) so that they might be with him and he might send them out to preach and have authority to cast out demons.”Matthew 11:28–30 ESV “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.””Sermon Topics: Rest, Solitude, Fellowship
11am Series: What Are We Doing Here?Acts 2:41–47
LIFE IN CHRISTColossians 2:6-15For the bulletin in PDF form click here. Intro: Continue in the Faith(Colossians 2:6-8) FULLNESS Jesus gives us His fullness.(Colossians 2:9-10) FELLOWSHIPJesus invites us to know Him fully.(Colossians 2:11-12)FREEDOMJesus offers us a life free from condemnation.(Colossians 2:13-15) We are complete in Christ Jesus.Next Steps • Root youself in God's Word this week. • Respond to God's grace by overflowing with thankfulness every day. This Week's Growth GuideGod's Word is both central and critical to your spiritual growth. We invite you to utilize the Growth Guide during the week to further your application of the Truth from the message.•. Monday - Colossians 1• Tuesday - Colossians 2•. Wednesday - Romans 8•. Thursday - Colossians 3•. Friday - Colossians 4FinancesWeekly Budget 28,846Giving For 06/19 26,173Giving For 06/26 23,940YTD Budget 1,500,000YTD Giving 1,647,860 OVER/UNDER 147,859 Generations CampaignTotal Pledge 1,535,065Received-to-date 1,647,165Welcome Shevchenko Family!We are excited to share the news that the Shevchenko family will be touching down in Arkansas in early to mid July. Anatolii, Vita, Hlib and Kyrylo will be living in the house that the body of Fellowship furnished. Please pray as our church family continues to be part of God's story in their lives and be the hands and feet of Jesus to them. New to Fellowship?We are so glad that you joined the Fellowship Family to worship this morning. If you are joining us for the first time or have been checking us out for a few weeks, we are excited you are here and would love to meet you. Please fill out the “Connect Card” and bring it to the Connection Center in the Atrium, we would love to say “hi” and give you a gift. Fellowship Women's Taco Tuesday | July 12, 6:00 p.m.Taco Tuesday is back! Join us for a night of great food from Tacos4Life, fun, fellowship, and dessert. Tuesday, July 12, 6:00 p.m. at 625 Fieldstone Dr. (home of Tracy Williams). Register at https://tinyurl.com/5n6tb389. RSVP for chidcare text Shanna at 501-336-0332. Serving in the Youth MinistryOur student ministry is in need of adults interested in being a small group leader this school year! The role involves building relationships with a small group of students based on grade and gender, and being available Wednesday nights throughout the school year. Reach out to our Student Pastor, Alan Putnam, for more information. email@example.com or 501-505-6087. Fellowship Women's Recipe Swap PartyJoin us Sunday, August 14, 5:30 p.m. for a potluck. Bring a dish to share, meet other ladies, taste some great food, and leave with a book of new recipes! Email your recipe to Spicerl@conwayschools.info before August 11. Come experience Downline this fall! “I decided to do Downline this year because I wanted to grow spiritually, have a deeper understanding of God's word, and be equipped to disciple people. Downline exceeded any expectations I had. It truly changed my life. Downline has taught me how to observe, interpret, and apply scripture. Taking a deep dive into the Bible has given me a better understanding of God's word and, in turn, the confidence to talk to people about scripture. Downline has opened my eyes to the personal responsibility I have to disciple people. I have enjoyed this class so much.” -Tyler Bailey, Downline participate 2021-22 Downline Conway 2022-23 begins in August. Apply now at downlineconway.com/apply before it is too late.
Sunday, July 3, 2022 10:00AM
[* For the past ten weeks, we have been considering "The Marks of a Healthy Church." As we have considered various passages of Scripture, we have seen that there are four primary areas of interaction in the body: Worship, Fellowship, Discipleship, and Stewardship. In all of these areas though there ought to be a desire for unity and for the involvement of all of the body. The church is not social club, it is a spiritual fellowship (or even stronger - unit). * The first two messages came from Acts 2 and 4. In those messages, David pointed out that the foundation of the church is Christ, and then building blocks of the church. Discipleship is one of those core building blocks. Discipleship is literally "teaching someone the teachings of a teacher" or "disciplining someone in the disciplines of a discipler". The first step of "discipleship" is conversion. This is the exhortation and command of Christ ... that we MAKE DISCIPLES ... by GOING, BAPTIZING, and TEACHING. * Evangelism isn't just the "job" of the pastor ... or the "evangelist." We are all called upon to go. Are you willing to trust God ... and obey? People need the Lord! * This message was presented on July 3, 2022 by Bob Corbin.
Look up the word “despair” in a dictionary and you'll find something like this: “de·spair -- the complete loss or absence of hope.”Such was the period of the Judges in the Old Testament. Sin was rampant. Sorrow seemed to visit every home. Despair and hopelessness abounded. And the reason? It is summed up by the last verse of the book: “In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did what was right in his own eyes.” God was forgotten and instead of doing what was right in His eyes, everyone did what was right in their own eyes.But though God's people had forgotten God, God had not forgotten them. And in the midst of His righteous judgment upon their sin, God was still sovereignly, graciously, miraculously, creatively working out His plan for His people. In one of the most beautiful stories in the Bible, despair gives way to hope; the emptiness of sin is replaced by the fullness of joy because nothing can get in God's way of accomplishing His redemptive plan for His people.
FANTASY FOOTBALL FELLOWSHIP PODCAST - PRESENTED BY MEDI-SHAREBryce Johnson and Harrison Zuckerberg take a look at the upcoming NFL Fantasy Football season in their first show of the year. Bryce also discusses the topic of "Hope" and relates it to our own lives. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hello, Listeners! This week we have another Star Trek related draft. This time around we are selecting celebrities to fill the roles of Captain, First Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Science Officer, and Chief of Security. Who can assemble the crew most fit for Starfleet? Listen in, and don't forget to vote by clicking the link below! Vote for the winner here! (for now, you have to have the Spotify mobile app to vote) Time Codes: • 3:08 Question and Answer Time! • 6:03 Topic Intro • 13:45 The Draft • 28:08 Cameron's Nitpick Corner • 103:38 The Second Half • 1:41:23 Recap and Alternates Callbacks to Previous Episodes: 8: Drafting Real People for a Fellowship of the Ring 13: Star Trek Crew Members 71: Celebrating Cameron's Birthday by Drafting His Favorite Things Social Media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatsondraft/message
Ten years ago, I joined a newly-formed Fellowship program called Venture for America, a non-profit that takes recent grads and trains them as entrepreneurs to work at start-ups in lower-cost cities like Detroit, New Orleans, Cleveland, and Providence.The Chief Operating Officer of the startup that was VFA, and our guest today, is Eileen Lee. Following six years running VFA, Eileen is once again putting her community-building chops to work as the co-founder of The Lola, a physical workspace and digital community for women.In our conversation, Eileen teaches me about what it means to be a community builder, how she was initially wrong about The Lola's target audience, and why the Start, Stop, Continue exercise is undefeated in surfacing the best ideas.Like this episode? Be sure to leave a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review and share the pod with your friends! You can connect with Sean on Twitter @Seany_Biz and @DriftPodcasts.
This is part 2 of my interview with Dr. BJ Fogg, author of Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change Everything. In this part, we talk about how success breeds success and having your patient work on the habit you want them to change shouldn't be the first priority. The first priority should be what they want to change because it shows them that they can be successful in creating lasting change. We also discuss how positive emotions help to encode habits and he actually came up with a technique to make ourselves feel successful after we've performed an act we want to repeat. We end by talking about the habits that he is still working on himself. He can be found at BJFogg.com and TinyHabits.com. Dr. Fogg founded the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University. In addition to his research, Dr. Fogg teaches industry innovators how human behavior really works. He created the Tiny Habits Academy to help people around the world and interestingly, the Tiny Habits Academy long preceded the Tiny Habits book. He lives in Northern California and Maui. Find this and all episodes on your favorite podcast platform at PhysiciansGuidetoDoctoring.com Please be sure to leave a five-star review, a nice comment and SHARE!!!
Embrace your immigrant identity as a believer! Today's guest, Mabel Ninan, shares insights she learned from her personal journey as an immigrant to help us embrace our potential as spiritual citizens of heaven on a mission together. Mabel Ninan is an author, speaker, seminary student, and podcaster who wants to inspire believers to embrace their identity as foreigners on earth so they can live with passion and purpose. Mabel recounts the trials she experiences when she immigrated from India to the United States and then relocated ten times in the following 13 years. Ninan shares how stress and low self-worth took a toll on her life when she had to leave her accomplishments, community, culture, and volunteer activities behind and move to a country where no one knew her. Mabel found comfort and strength in studying the Bible with other believers. She emphasizes the importance of seeking fellowship. Ninan reveals how our longing for rootedness is a shadow of our spiritual yearning for a heavenly home. She cites the scriptures identifying us as foreigners and aliens on earth because we are citizens of heaven. Mabel highlights the need to transcend our differences and join other Christians as fellow sojourners. Embracing our immigrant identity helps us recognize our place in a global church. We can pray for and stand with our Christian brothers and sisters throughout the world. Ninan refers to the Biblical principles to remind us we are bonded by one Spirit, one baptism, and a heavenly family. She notes this allows us to feel united with worldwide believers. We discuss the beauty of diversity in the Kingdom of God. Mabel explores how we are designed to complement one another and thereby grow in faith and love. We also examine how relationships with diverse believers helps us learn who God is and what his heart is. Ninan shears the following practical tips to embrace our identity as immigrants, foreigners on earth: Cultivate intimacy with Jesus by saturating yourself in God's Word so your heart aligns with His. Imitate Christ's perspective by focusing forward. What we do on earth matters for eternity. Live out your immigrant identity in collaboration with others. Reach out through prayer, financial giving, or conversations with immigrant neighbors. During the month of July 2022, enter to win a copy of Far From Home by signing up for my newsletter AND Mabel Ninan's newsletter (at https://tinayeager.com AND http://mabelninan.com/) then contact Mabel Ninan at http://mabelninan.com/contact/ with your name, email address, and "subscribed to the newsletters and ENTERING TO WIN THE BOOK AS MENTIONED ON FLOURISH-MEANT" in the message box. To get more freebies, send proof of purchase to Mabel Ninan at any time. I would like to invite you to join The True Crime Mission Fields Program, a life-changing opportunity exclusively joining Christians who have married faith and true crime. Featuring Chaplain Lori Prather, the products within the True Crime Mission Fields Program allow you to connect your passions and skills as Christians with practical service opportunities within the world of true crime. You will begin to serve people in difficult circumstances, and have a greater impact in this world than you ever imagined possible. Access your Free Report: Meet the Christian Who Married Faith with True Crime and receive up to 70% of any collection when you use this link https://www.theunlovelytruthtribe.com/uttylk22r3e?affiliate_id=3727901
Dr. Hadi Kaakour from the Cole Eye Institute joins Louie Cai again in this episode to discuss the transition from cataract surgery to vitreoretinal surgery. This episode is guest hosted by Louie Cai and will be part of a series as he interviews his mentors throughout his fellowship training.
Eagles, Gorcrows, and Crebain…oh my! Throughout the works of J.R.R Tolkien, including Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Fall of Gondolin, The Simarillion, and Beren and Luthien, birds feature prominently. Some, like the Eagle, play a big role while other birds are more obscure. In this podcast episode, three life long friends and LOTR nerds discuss nearly every bird reference made in The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, Return of the Ring, and The Hobbit. They also explore birds throughout Tolkien's many other works. Using a mixture of books and movie depictions, your dorky hosts have a lot of laughs and raunchy jokes while discussing the feathered folk of Middle Earth and the Undying Lands. Whether you've only seen the movies or can fluently speak elvish this episode will keep you smiling and learning. Find out more about the Eagles ancestry and deeds, Ravens relationship with dwarves, bird spies of Sauron, and the majestic swans of Ulmo and their relationship to Galadriel. Also learn a deep cut about Tom Bombadil and Kingfishers, Aragorn's relationship with birds, and the possible meaning of the black swans. ..Also special shout outs to Podcasts that help pave the way for this episode including The Tolkien Road Podcast, The Prancing Pony Podcast, and The Lord of The Rings Minute Podcast. ..Intro Music By Ricky Pistone and Outro music by the Sidewalk Slammers. Check them out wherever you get your music...Cover art “Tuor and the Swans” by Eirwen98 from the Public Domain. ..If you liked this episode, please share, leave a review and subscribe! I really appreciate it
About today's episode... Join Michael in his discussion labor union organizer Daisy Pitkin as they discuss her riveting new book, On the Line, A Story of Class, Solidarity, and Two Women's Epic Fight to Build a Union which details the efforts of two brave women to unionize industrial laundry workers in Phoenix, Arizona. Daisy documents this bold five-year campaign as well as detailing all the ways US labor laws are rigged making it nearly impossible for workers to achieve basic workplace fairness. Joining Michael as a co-host and commentator is Jeff Grabelsky. Jeff is the Associate Director of the Worker Institute at Cornell, Industrial Labor Relations School where he co-coordinates the Institute's Strategic Leadership Initiative. Jeff began his career in the labor movement working and organizing in the steel industry in 1973, has been a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) for over thirty years, and is the former national organizing director of the Building and Construction Trades Department (AFL-CIO). About the Guests Daisy Pitkin Daisy is the National Field Director for Starbuck Workers United. She has spent over twenty years as a community and union organizer, working first is support of garment workers around the world, and then for US labor unions organizing industrial laundry worker. Her essays have been awarded the Montana Prize, the Disquiet Literary Prize, the New Millennium Award, and the Monique Witting Writer's Fellowship. She grew up in rural Ohio and received her Macalester College and her MFA from the University of Arizona. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA. Jeff Grabelsky Jeff Grabelsky is the Associate Director of the Worker Institute at Cornell and co-coordinates the institute's Strategic Leadership Initiative. He develops and delivers education and training programs and provides research and technical assistance in all aspects of union affairs. Jeff has taught in the Cornell / NYS AFL-CIO Union Leadership Institute since its founding in 2000. The programs he has worked on have reached over 300,000 unionists nationwide. Host Michael Zeldin Michael Zeldin is a well-known and highly-regarded TV and radio analyst/commentator. He has covered many high-profile matters, including the Clinton impeachment proceedings, the Gore v. Bush court challenges, Special Counsel Robert Muller's investigation of interference in the 2016 presidential election, and the Trump impeachment proceedings. In 2019, Michael was a Resident Fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he taught a study group on Independent Investigations of Presidents. Previously, Michael was a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice. He also served as Deputy Independent/ Independent Counsel, investigating allegations of tampering with presidential candidate Bill Clinton's passport files, and as Deputy Chief Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, Foreign Affairs Committee, October Surprise Task Force, investigating the handling of the American hostage situation in Iran. Michael is a prolific writer and has published Op-ed pieces for CNN.com, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Hill, The Washington Times, and The Washington Post. Follow Michael on Twitter: @michaelzeldin Subscribe to the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/that-said-with-michael-zeldin/id1548483720
The Kingdom of ChristAs we arrive at chapter 20 of Revelation, Armageddon has ended, and the Anti-Christ and the False Prophet have been disposed of. Now we learn of Satan's incarceration. Paradise has now come to Earth. When we have prayed “Thy kingdom come”, what exactly will that mean when it finally will be materialized? Join us as we seek to understand the ramifications of the Kingdom of Christ.
How do you heal and get through a break up? Annie Lord is Vogue's dating columnist. She joins Emma Barnett to talk about her debut book, Notes on Heartbreak. A candid exploration of the best and worst of love, she talks about nursing a broken heart and her own attempts to move on in the current dating climate; from disastrous rebound sex to sending ill-advised nudes, stalking your ex's new girlfriend and the sharp indignity of being ghosted. The overturning by the US Supreme Court of the landmark Roe v Wade ruling has prompted many of you to get in touch to share your reactions and experiences. One listener, Nicola, wanted to tell us about her mum - who died after having a legal termination that should have been safe, in 1968. Closer to home there's been a high-level summit about buffer zones at abortion clinics. Emma speaks to Scotland's Green MSP, Gillian Mackay, who has drawn up a members bill which aims to introduce protest-free buffer zones around clinics. And what does the law in the UK say about a woman's right to an abortion? We hear from Professor Fiona De Londras, the Chair of Global Legal Studies at Birmingham Law School. The senior backbench Conservative MP Sir Iain Duncan Smith and some of his fellow MPs were given the opportunity this week to find out first hand exactly how uncomfortable a menopausal hot flush can be, especially when you're in the workplace. As part of an event raising awareness around the country's shortage of HRT, Sir Iain and some his colleagues from both sides of the House of Commons, tried out a so-called MenoVest, a special piece of clothing fitted with heat pads, to simulate the extreme discomfort which many menopausal women have to live with. Emma speaks to Sir Iain Duncan Smith and Lesley Salem, who had the idea to create the vest. The Fellowship is a play which looks at the children of the Windrush generation and the relationship between Marcia and Dawn, two black sisters struggling to take care of their dying mother whilst juggling their turbulent personal lives. Emma speaks to Director Paulette Randall and actor Suzette Llewellyn, who plays Marcia.
This week on Faisel & Friends, we're discussing Trailblazing Transformative Care. We're talking with Dr. Sue Schayes, ChenMed's Chief Transformation Officer. Our conversation explores transformative care, really how to invest in and lead and develop others, and also ChenMed's new state-of-the-art, Best in Class, Transformative Care Fellowship Training Program.Click here to learn more about the Fellowship in Transformative Care.Being a doctor is your calling because you couldn't imagine doing anything else. Let's talk about your career goals in medicine. Connect with us and tell us how you dream of practicing medicine. Want to learn more about how we do healthcare? Visit our resource center and check out how we are transforming healthcare. Don't forget to subscribe to ChenMed Rx to receive the latest news and articles from ChenMed.
The Secret to Fellowship with God - June 1-30- Pick up Daily in His Presence by Andrew Murray at the Mariners Bookstore- Visit marinerschurch.org or download the Mariners App for more information
Mike M. from Brunswick, MD shares his experience around the traditions and the concept of Sacrifice = Unity = Survival.SACRIFICE = UNITY = SURVIVALThe unity, the effectiveness, and even the survival of A.A. will always depend upon our continued willingness to give up some of our personal ambitions and desires for the common safety and welfare. Just as sacrifice means survival for the individual alcoholic, so does sacrifice mean unity and survival for the group and for A.A. 's entire Fellowship.AS BILL SEES IT, p. 220I have learned that I must sacrifice some of my personality traits for the good of A.A. and, as a result, I have been rewarded with many gifts. False pride can be inflated through prestige but, by living Tradition Six, I receive the gift of humility instead. Cooperation without affiliation is often deceiving. If I remain unrelated to outside interests, I am free to keep A.A. autonomous. Then the Fellowship will be here, healthy and strong for generations to come.