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Philokalia Ministries
The Ladder of Divine Ascent - Chapter IV: On Obedience, Part XIII

Philokalia Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 61:04


One participant in this evening‘s group commented that the counsel that St. John gives is eminently practical. This is true of the writings of the fathers as a whole. Their wisdom is rooted in Praxis; the practice of the faith, the exercise of the faith. Their writings seem to make so much sense because they are rooted in experiences that we so often take for granted or fail to explore. What is our motivation for doing or not doing certain things? What is it that drives us or leads us to negligence?  What one begins to see in John's teaching is the beauty of obedience. Obedience is our capacity to listen to God without any impediment caused by self-will, without our ego blinding us to the truth about ourselves. Setting aside the false self allows us to act with a precious freedom. It cuts through all of our machinations about particular circumstances or responsibilities. It allows us to take up things with love and to see them through the eyes of love. We begin to understand why the fathers, then, speak of loving the virtues. We are to love obedience because it is not something that inhibits us but rather allows our true identity to emerge. It brings healing to our fundamental spiritual sickness as human beings - to put ourselves in the place of God. One of our great weaknesses is that we project our own image on to God and so create the illusion of fidelity.  --- Text of chat during the group: 00:15:23 Marco da Vinha: Good evening from Blighty!   00:19:10 Daniel Allen: I'm sorry where are we at?   00:19:37 Bonnie Lewis: #91   00:20:03 Daniel Allen: Thank you   00:25:26 Ambrose Little, OP: About meditating on what's in the office, part of the purpose of the antiphons and the brief meditation at the start of each psalm/canticle is to give the mind an anchor for that meditation, not too dissimilar from the mysteries in the rosary. Perhaps the antiphons were added after Climacus to help address the challenge of focus during communal psalmody.   00:28:51 Marco da Vinha: Would those be the Gyrovagues St. Benedict (very sparingly) talks about?   00:36:57 Bonnie Lewis: This is so beautifully written.   00:44:38 Daniel Allen: That is SHOCKINGLY practical for parents. I would love to do an all night vigil when my toddler is screaming during the night. But if he sleeps, last thing I'd want is to be woken up. And that same example during the day as well.   00:49:52 Daniel Allen: This makes me think, can God allow things mentioned here such as vain glory, to keep the monk in his cell   00:51:43 Johnny Ross: Interesting that the Evil one first tempted Christ with Bread in the desert   00:53:04 Marco da Vinha: @Johnny Ross: Adam and Eve's Fall was breaking the only rule of fasting He had given them

College Wesleyan Church Podcast
The Hidden Life of a Prophet

College Wesleyan Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 37:58


Steve DeNeff - Isaiah 63:7-14; John 14:15-17; 16:8-14. The hidden life of a prophet begins with walking in the Spirit. The more we grow in that capacity, the more effective and influential is our witness to the places where we work and live.

William Ramsey Investigates
The Tempest as Occult Initiation with Robert Frederick of The Hidden Life is Best podcast.

William Ramsey Investigates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 75:39


The Tempest as Occult Initiation with Robert Frederick of The Hidden Life is Best podcast. The Hidden Life is Best https://thehiddenlifeisbest.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Catholic Stuff You Should Know
The Hidden Life

Catholic Stuff You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 45:24 Very Popular


In this week's episode, Father John & Jacob discuss the paradox of living a life hidden in Christ while living in the world as a Christian.

Middle Class Film Class
A Hidden Life (2019) review / dir. Terrance Malick

Middle Class Film Class

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 71:33


This week's episode was streamed live in Twitch through Sacramento's own STAB comedy theater. Watch the VOD here--> https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1574331965The gang spins around in a field while a violin plays this week, as they review Terrance Malick's return to form, A Hidden Life (2019). Shot in a few months, and edited in a few years, A Hidden Life tells the true story of Franz, a conscientious objector to the Nazi regime at the start of WWII. The decision he makes will have direct consequence for his bride and three daughters, so will he have the integrity to make take the stand? Watch for $4 on Youtube or Amazon Prime, then listen to us give our thoughts.http://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com    -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - Cheapseats Reviews - https://cheapseatreviews.libsyn.com/Joseph Navarro    Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe    

Oak Park Church of Christ
Summer at the Movies - A Hidden Life

Oak Park Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 46:52


Pastor Lane preaches a message with themes taken from the movie "A Hidden Life."

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
Mini-Forest Revolution Using the Miyawaki Method to Rapidly Rewild the World, reviewed

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 5:28


We look at this positive and achievable initiative, which is explained in more detail by Hannah Lewis. See more about Mini-Forest Revolution Using the Miyawaki Method to Rapidly Rewild the World, on the Chelsea Green Publishing website here. Mini-Forest Revolution Using the Miyawaki Method to Rapidly Rewild the World, reviewed We face a deforestation issue globally, with many associated other risks and challenges triggered by removing global tree cover. Hannah Lewis clearly and effectively explains the method pioneered by Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki, who died shortly before this book was completed. Miyawaki's ethos was to conceive a practical, doable methodology, with locally appropriate and fast yielding results. It is an exciting and empowering approach to inspire people to feel they can do something about the issues of deforestation and to make a difference in their own lives and locales. Hannah Lewis takes Miyawaki's ideas and first explains what they mean, how to enact them. Then she also discusses examples of where it has already been done, and the impacts that have been achieved. There is a great photographic section with numerous before and after / during comparisons from all over the world. This helps to reinforce the ideas expounded in the book and also helps to remind us all that visual changes can start to emerge in three to five years or even less with the right mix of trees and care. At a time when we face dire environmental issues we lose nothing by planting more trees, especially if they are locally sensitive to the area where they are planted, rather than merely monocultures of ill suited coniferous trees. This is a positive, practical and hopeful book, check it out. More about the book “Hannah Lewis describes a gift to a despairing world. . . . There may be no single climate solution that has a greater breadth of benefits than mini-forests. . . [and] can be done by everyone everywhere.”—Paul Hawken, from the foreword For readers who enjoyed Finding the Mother Tree and The Hidden Life of Trees comes the first-ever book about a movement to restore biodiversity in our cities and towns by transforming empty lots, backyards, and degraded land into mini-forests. Author Hannah Lewis is the forest maker turning asphalt into ecosystems to save the planet and she wants everyone to know they can do it too. In Mini-Forest Revolution, Lewis presents the Miyawaki Method, a unique approach to reforestation devised by Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki. She explains how tiny forests as small as six parking spaces grow quickly and are much more biodiverse than those planted by conventional methods. She explores the science behind why Miyawaki-style mini-forests work and the myriad environmental benefits, including: cooling urban heat islands, establishing wildlife corridors, building soil health, sequestering carbon, creating pollinator habitats, and more. Today, the Miyawaki Method is witnessing a worldwide surge in popularity. Lewis shares the stories of mini-forests that have sprung up across the globe and the people who are planting them?from a young forest along the concrete alley of the Beirut River in Lebanon, to a backyard forest planted by tiny-forest champion Shubhendu Sharma in India. This inspiring book offers a revolutionary approach to planting trees and a truly accessible solution to the climate crisis that can be implemented by communities, classrooms, cities, clubs, and families everywhere. “Lewis simplifies the science of planting trees in a manner that produces the maximum benefit.”—The Associated Press More about the author About Hannah Lewis Hannah Lewis is the editor of Compendium of Scientific and Practical Findings Supporting Eco-Restoration to Address Global Warming, published by Biodiversity for a Livable Climate, a nonprofit environmental organization based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has worked in various roles related to building sustainable food systems, including as the Midwest region...

LifePoint Church
The Hidden Life of God in You

LifePoint Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 31:54


Does it ever feel like you're just going through the motions in your faith? You go to church, pray, read the Bible, but you don't feel a deep connection with God. Instead, you feel a nagging absence as if He's hiding away somewhere. The good news is God is closer than you think. He may even be right in front you, just waiting for you to notice.Support the show

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Television Critic: Linda Burgess

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 11:38


Today Linda talks to Jesse about The Hidden Life of Pets and Uncoupled, both on Netflix. She also has a special mention of Sandi Toksvig's Extraordinary Escapes.

River Church UK
HHHW12: Be Still - Hidden Life (MW)

River Church UK

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 24:53


Anthea wraps up the 'Holiness and Hope in a Hostile World' teaching series with a look at the 'Hidden Life' chapter of the 'Be still' book. She encourages us to keep pressing in on God, especially via our quiet times. If things have become dry, push on through; and well done for the progress you have made already.

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church
The Hidden Life: Fasting for the King's Return

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 49:55


Potter's Inn Soul Care Conversations
SUMMER 2022 Replays: Episode 48 - The Hidden Life

Potter's Inn Soul Care Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 56:45


The Soul Care Conversation is a much beloved resource across the world.  But to continue this work depends upon your support. This link takes you to a list of some of our on-going expenses and how you, your small group, church, or organization could take a “bite-size “ chunk out of our monthly costs. Take a look and help us, would you?  SUPPORT THE PODCAST  SHOW NOTES “Meanwhile, be content with obscurity, just as Christ was.” Colossians 3:4 (MSG) Isolation - something most of us are experiencing right now.  Today's podcast is about unwanted isolation - the type God uses to accomplish what only living in obscurity can do and how God uses obscurity to shape and mold us for greater things; things that we are not always aware of. Joe reads the profoundly personal chapter “Life of Hiddenness” from Steve's book “The Jesus Life.”  It's a look at Jesus' life of hiddenness, and how we can take the steps toward that same life. The last few minutes of the podcast has some ideas to seed your thinking and help spark your creativity about establishing your own ways of learning to live with obscurity as Jesus did. It is our Moment to Breathe this week and more information is listed in the Resources section below. Blessings to you all as you listen and join us in the conversation.   RESOURCES The Jesus Life: Eight Ways to Recover Authentic Christianity by Stephen W. Smith a Colossians 3:4 (MSG) Moment to Breathe - Questions for Living in Obscurity like Jesus Audio Text Creating Space for our Souls in a Critical Time - this is a new portion of the podcast where our hosts show how they are practicing soul care in the midst of chaos Today we will hear from Kaylene on how she cares for her body and keep moving during quarantine - baking! Audio Kaylene's Easy Biscuit Recipe   Find more resources on Soul Care and our podcast on Potter's Inn Social Media channels Facebook Instagram

Under An Open Heaven
Hidden Life

Under An Open Heaven

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 34:53


Sorry it's late! Hopefully we made it up to you with quality content!

Sharon Says So
163. The Hidden Life of Martha Washington

Sharon Says So

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 27:18 Very Popular


Over the next several weeks Sharon will be sharing stories about the lives of American first ladies and the different ways in which they have influenced their families, the presidency, and the whole of the nation.During her lifetime, Martha was never given the title of First Lady as we know it. Instead, she was called “Lady Washington” and was held in high esteem as George's “worthy partner.” Today, Sharon dives into many of lesser known details of her life like her first marriage, her open home policy, and her views on slavery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Saints and Cinema
Episode 47 - The Winterstein Brothers (All of Them!) Talk Movies and Marriage

Saints and Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 79:40


All five Winterstein brothers are together in Olympia for the celebration of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary, so what else would we do but record an episode with all of us? (Excuse the microphone bumps, as we were sitting around a card table...)We reminisce about first theater experiences and movies we remember from our childhood. Then we talk about marriage movies, from rom-com, to happy-ever-after, to the realistic struggle of marriage. Some of the films (and shows) we mention in this episode: About Time, Wedding Crashers, 45 Years, A Hidden Life, Take Shelter, He-Man: Masters of the Universe, Jurassic Park, The Patriot, Scenes From a Marriage, Married at First Sight, Force Majeure, A Ghost Story, When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, Marriage Story.Opening music: "Let's Start at the Beginning," Lee RosevereClosing music: "Découvre moi," Marc Senet & Simon GrivotCome find us:WebsiteFacebookTwitter

The Shaun Tabatt Show
803: Jenny Papapopstolou - The Path to Kingdom Greatness Begins with a Fruitful Hidden Life

The Shaun Tabatt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 25:20


I asked God for a mic, and He gave me a broom! Have you noticed Jesus' kingdom is upside down? To be first, you must be last. To find your life, you must lose it. To receive, you must give. And to lead, you must follow. Jenny Kutz Papapostolou, who accepted God's assignment to run a children's home in Greece, knows from experience that to achieve greatness in God's Kingdom, you must first learn humility. Connect with Jenny: lovetothenations.com Instagram Resources mentioned in this episode: Sacred Smallness: Finding Kingdom Greatness in a Fruitful, Hidden Life The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.

Stories For Glory
Open Whine 3: Medical Experts, Thanos, and Baptism

Stories For Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 63:23


In this episode we run the gamut of topics looking back on 21 episodes of our podcast, which include but are not limited to: experts, Mclintock!, A Hidden Life, why people love stories, marriage and Jesus, a girl in walmart, Thanos, and the baptism of our children. Enjoy!

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church
The Hidden Life of the Kingdom: Prayer Pt 2

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 44:34


Test Tubes and Cauldrons
Episode 45: Trees!

Test Tubes and Cauldrons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 45:02


It's another Fel and Han special today, with the hosts discussing a subject very dear to our collective hearts: Trees! In this episode, the hosts discuss how seemingly universal tree-lore is and why so many themes might be shared across cultures. We also explore the science behind how trees 'talk' to one another and how this fascinating phenomenon might translate to a spiritual context. Finally, prepare yourself for chaos as we test the definition of hedge witchcraft to its limit. hope you enjoyed us branching out this episode.For this episode, we drew heavily upon the books Finding The Mother Tree by Suzanne Simard and The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben for our research.

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church
The Hidden Life of the Kingdom: Prayer

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 45:34


North Cleveland Church of God
The Hidden Life: Winning the Battle of the Mind

North Cleveland Church of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 47:36


Buddha and the Body Coach
What makes life worth living? An exploration of values

Buddha and the Body Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 47:35


What are values and why do they matter? Where did they come from and are they ours or someone else's (family, culture, tribe)? How do we get clear about our values, what gets in the way of living our values? We'll look at values and meaning, the platonic ideas (truth, beauty and goodness), as well as living our values without shame, blame, and criticism. How do the more superficial reflect our deeper internal values? And much more . . .even a cameo Coast Guard helicopter fly over. The Hidden Life of Trees Documentary Diamond Approach: deep take on value

ShelfLogic
Meet the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center

ShelfLogic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 34:28


Join librarian Shelley as she speaks with two of the staff for the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center, located in Scottsdale Arizona. The SWCC is a unique animal rehabilitation facility that partners with state and federal programs to house displaced wildlife. We'll meet Don Coyote (the center's first resident) as well as Heavenly (a bear with a sweet tooth), Tocho the mountain lion, and more. We'll also discuss the issues facing the wildlife of the Sonoran desert as more of their habitat is absorbed into human environments. And tune in to discover more great books about the confluence of humans and nature, such as The Glitter in the Green: In Search for Hummingbirds by Jon Dunn, The Puma Years: A Memoir by Laura Coleman; The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate―Discoveries from A Secret World by Peter Wohlleben, and Zooburbia by Tai Moses

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church
The Hidden Life of the Kingdom

EMMAUS | A Jesus Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 39:49


Catholic Daily Reflections
Saturday of the Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time - Our Hidden Life

Catholic Daily Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 4:52


“Nothing is concealed that will not be revealed, nor secret that will not be known.”  Matthew 10:26bThis is either a very consoling thought, or very frightening depending upon what you may have “concealed” or what you hold “secret” within your heart.  What is there, in the depth of your conscience?  What is hiding that only God sees for now?  There are two extremes into which people can fall in this regard, and many places between the extremes.The first extreme is that person who lives a phony public persona but secretly lives a very different life.  These are those who fall into the sin of hypocrisy, or are what we may call “two-faced.”  This is a frightening situation to be in.  It's frightening because those living this sort of life are never truly at peace.  They are completely caught up in what others think and what their public image looks like.  Interiorly, they are filled with much sorrow, anxiety and fear.  This person struggles greatly with any and every form of true humility, honesty and integrity.But with that said, there is also another form of person who lives a hidden life.  This is the hidden life of the saint! Take, for example, the Blessed Virgin Mary.  She was seen as a fornicator early in her life and this “public image” of her was never corrected in this world.  How else would she have gotten pregnant with Jesus? many thought.  But the truth was that her soul was the most beautiful, pure and holy creation God ever made.  And now, the beauty of her interior life is manifest before the angels and saints and will be made manifest for all eternity!The promise of the Scripture above is that everything within our heart and conscience will be made manifest for all eternity.  Therefore, those living truly holy, humble and sincere lives of virtue now will be seen in this light for eternity.  Those living hidden dark lives will have those lives visible for eternity in some way in accord with God's mercy and justice.Again, this will most likely be either consoling or frightening, depending upon our hearts.  But what we should take from this, more than anything, is the importance of striving for a truly holy and pure heart here and now.  It doesn't matter if no one sees your holiness, only God needs to see it.  The goal is to allow God to form a beautiful interior life for you and to allow Him to make your soul beautiful to Him.Reflect, today, on how well you do this.  How well do you daily allow God to treat your heart and conscience as His possession, making it a place of true beauty that gives His heart, and yours, much delight?Lord of true beauty, please come and make my heart Your dwelling place.  Make my soul pleasing to You in every way.  May Your glory be made manifest there and may You allow this glory to be made manifest for all eternity.  Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

Sermons For Everyday Living
Sermons 07/05/22 - Queen St Elizabeth of Portugal

Sermons For Everyday Living

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 55:19


Queen St Elizabeth of Portugal, a Channel of Peace *The Traditional Mass Perfectly Presents the Lex Orandi *Penance, The Comfort of Saints *The Vocation to the Hidden Life

Alternate Ending - Movie Review Podcast

Between that and the gung-ho feature length military advertisement Top Gun: Maverick continuing its jaw-dropping run at the box office (and secondarily, US Independence Day), it seemed like a perfect time to take a look at the long history of movies designed in part, or in full, to celebrate the love of Queen and Country, give or take the Queen. We'll be bringing you our Top 5 patriotic movies, with celebrations of national pride from the U.S. and around the globe (Tim does love his Japanese WWII propaganda films), those films that make you want to stand up and sing the bits of the national anthem that you actually know the words to. Come wave a flag with us, we're not choosy about which one. Tune in! Rob Top 5:  Rocky IV Independence Day  Armageddon Forrest Gump Top Gun: Maverick  Carrie Top 5:  Top Gun: Maverick  Independence Day The American President  Apollo 13 A Hidden Life  Tim Top 5: Casablanca Yankee Doodle Dandy Napoleon 1776 Fascist Boots Audience Top 5 Patriotic Movies The Right Stuff Michael Collins Casablanca Born on the Fourth of July An American Tale This week's winner – Grant Hagey  Stripes An American Tale Rocky IV Captain America: The First Avenger Independence Day ***************************************************************** Love the Podcast? Leave us a review! What to grab yourself some AE swag? You can find the goods here! Other places to follow Alternate Ending. Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Twitter Tim Letterboxd – Rob Letterboxd – Carrie Letterboxd Want to support Alternate Ending, you can via our Patreon page! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code ALTERNATE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod

The Spring Midtown
The Communion of Saints | Hebrews 12 1-2 - Clint Leavitt

The Spring Midtown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 29:04


What's your masterpiece? Listen as Pastor Clint explores the next line in the Apostles' Creed (the communion of saints), and how the masterpieces of others that have come before us help us on our own spiritual journeys. Sermon Resources: 1. "The Last Leaf," by O. Henry 2. "A Hidden Life," by Terrence Malick Join or follow us below: Facebook: www.facebook.com/thespringmid...​ Instagram: www.instagram.com/midtown.pres/ Website: www.midtownpres.org/ Community Groups: www.midtownpres.org/community-groups Sunday Services: www.midtownpres.org/

LifePointe Church Sermon of the Week
Hidden Life in Jesus

LifePointe Church Sermon of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 32:13


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Catholic Daily Reflections
Wednesday of the Eleventh Week in Ordinary Time - A Hidden Life for God

Catholic Daily Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 4:01


Jesus said to his disciples: “Take care not to perform righteous deeds in order that people may see them; otherwise, you will have no recompense from your heavenly Father.”  Matthew 6:1Very often when we do something good, we want others to see.  We want them to be aware of how good we are.  Why?  Because it feels good to be recognized and honored by others.  But Jesus tells us to do the complete opposite.Jesus tells us that when we do a work of charity, fast or pray we should do it in a hidden way.  In other words, we should not do it so as to be noticed and praised by others.  It's not that there is anything wrong with others seeing our goodness.  Rather, Jesus' teaching goes to the heart of our motivations for our good actions.  He's trying to tell us that we should act in a holy way because we want to grow close to God and serve His will, not so that we can be recognized and praised by others.This offers us a great opportunity to look deeply and honestly at our motivations.  Why do you do what you do?  Think about the good things you try to do.  Then think about your motivation in doing those things.  Hopefully you are motivated to do holy things simply because you want to be holy and want to serve the will of God.  Are you content with God and God alone seeing your good actions?  Are you OK with no one else recognizing your selflessness and acts of love?  Hopefully the answer is “Yes.”Holiness is especially found in your hidden life.  There, where you are seen only by God, you must act in a way that pleases God.  You must live a life of virtue, prayer, sacrifice and self-giving when only God sees.  If you can live this way in your hidden life, you can also be certain that your hidden life of grace will affect others in a way that only God can orchestrate.  When you strive for holiness in a hidden way, God sees that and uses it for good.  This hidden life of grace becomes the foundation for who you are and how you interact with others.  They may not see all you do, but they will be affected by the goodness within your soul.Lord of holiness, help me to live a hidden life of grace.  Help me to serve You even when no one sees.  From the solitude of those moments, bring forth Your grace and mercy for the world.  Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist
The Hidden Life and Murder of Kitty Genovese

Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 67:56


Happy Pride! In this week's episode, Keegan and Madigan discuss the life of Kitty Genovese; who she was before her infamous murder, and why she is an LGBTQ historical icon. GET YOUR YANF MERCH! https://yanfpodcast.threadless.com/  Do you have a news story that you want our take on?    Email us at neighborhoodfeminist@gmail.com Find us on social media:     Instagram: @angryneighborhoodfeminist    Twitter: @YANFPodcast    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angryneighborhoodfeminist **Don't forget to REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes!** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Catholic Daily Reflections
Saturday of the Seventh Week of Easter - Jesus' Hidden Life

Catholic Daily Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 4:25


There are also many other things that Jesus did, but if these were to be described individually, I do not think the whole world would contain the books that would be written.  John 21:25Imagine the insights that our Blessed Mother would have had about her Son.  She, as His mother, would have seen and understood so many hidden moments of His life.  She would have watched Him grow year after year.  She would have watched Him relate and interact with others throughout His life.  She would have noticed that He was preparing for His public ministry.  And she would have witnessed so many hidden moments of that public ministry and countless sacred moments of His entire life.  This Scripture above is the final sentence of the Gospel of John and is one we do not hear very often.  But it offers some fascinating insights to reflect upon.  All we know about the life of Christ is contained in the Gospels, but how could these short Gospel books ever come close to describing the totality of who Jesus is?  They certainly cannot.  To do that, as John says above, the pages could not be contained in the whole world.  That's saying a lot.So a first insight we should take from this Scripture is that we know only a small portion of the actual life of Christ.  What we know is glorious.  But we should realize that there is so much more.  And this realization should fill our minds with interest, longing and a desire for more.  By coming to know how little we actually do know, we will hopefully be compelled to seek Christ more deeply.  However, a second insight we can gain from this passage is that, even though the numerous events of Christ's life cannot be contained in countless volumes of books, we can, nonetheless, discover Jesus Himself in what IS contained in the Holy Scriptures.  No, we may not know every detail of His life, but we can come to meet the Person.  We can come to encounter the Living Word of God Himself in the Scriptures and, in that encounter and meeting of Him, we are given all we need.Reflect, today, on how deeply you know Jesus.  Do you spend sufficient time reading the Scriptures and meditating on them?  Do you speak to Him daily and seek to know and love Him?  Is He present to you and do you regularly make yourself present to Him?  If the answer to any of these questions is “No” then perhaps this is a good day to recommit yourself to a deeper reading of the Sacred Word of God.Lord, I may not know everything about Your life, but I do desire to know You.  I desire to meet You every day, to love You and to know You.  Help me to enter more deeply into a relationship with You.  Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

No One is Coming to Save Us
The Hidden Life Skills in Simon Says

No One is Coming to Save Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 53:10 Very Popular


There are so many skills young kids need to learn, but what can parents and caregivers do to teach them? First, Gloria learns about the seven essential life skills every child needs with the researcher who developed them: Ellen Galinsky, Chief Science Officer at the Bezos Family Foundation. Ellen tells Gloria that even though games like Simon Says may not have been conceived as a way to teach young kids executive functioning skills, they're actually an incredible way to do just that. Then, Gloria is joined by Slumberkins co-founders Kelly Oriard and Callie Christensen, who have created ways to teach young children about important life skills like conflict resolution and emotional courage through affirmations and storytelling.   Follow Ellen Galinsky on Twitter @ellengalinsky and learn more about Mind in the Making at https://www.mindinthemaking.org/.    Check out Slumberkins at www.slumberkins.com.   This podcast is presented by Neighborhood Villages, and is brought to you with generous support from Imaginable Futures, Care For All Children by the David and Laura Merage Foundation, and Spring Point Partners.   Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium.    Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/.   Laugh, cry, be outraged, and hear solutions! Join our community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nooneiscomingtosaveus.    Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia.    For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Saints and Cinema
Episode 45 - Movies at Church, with Mark A. Pierson

Saints and Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 69:35


Jay and Tim talk with Pastor Mark A. Pierson about the men's movie night at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Long Beach, California. We also say requiescat in pace to Ray Liotta, Jay sounds like he's in a cavern, Tim badly pronounces French movie titles, and a lot of movies get mentioned.Some of the films we mention in this episode: Silence, Calvary, Field of Dreams, The Lighthouse, Goodfellas, A Hidden Life, First Reformed, Father Stu, Winter Light, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Au Hazard Balthazar, Diary of a Country Priest, and Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.Opening clip from Goodfellas (1990; Directed by Martin Scorsese, performed by Ray Liotta; "Rags to Riches," performed by Tony Bennett)Tim has an essay on Calvary in this book (only $3.99 on Kindle!).Opening music: "Let's Start at the Beginning," Lee RosevereClosing music: "Découvre moi," Marc Senet & Simon GrivotCome find us:WebsiteFacebookTwitter

Encounter Underground
Battling Unforgiveness - Jenny Papapostolou

Encounter Underground

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 15:42


Welcome to Encounter Underground! In this Podcast Pastor Alan DiDio Interviews Jenny Papapostolou on her book Sacred Smallness and how you need to be battling unforgiveness in your life.    Jenny Papapostolou Resources:  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennypapapostolou Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennyolivia/?fbclid=IwAR2g5ey6gP44-jwnIyYs12cCzbuh7WCVuTp-n2vnrtXpVEyeq3xdG_Roj_k   Book - Sacred Smallness: Finding Kingdom Greatness in a Fruitful, Hidden Life: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1680318438/ref=cm_sw_r_as_gl_api_gl_i_EMVRN7CJVSY5BV5XRYC5?linkCode=ml1&tag=courtneyacuna-20   Website - Love to the Nations: https://lovetothenations.com/?fbclid=IwAR0s-9nhqM7DhG4Z8e5pnaNSdkSa48H1Z0bvfSI2WSSz5ZEm1Tz7XRT63-s   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjU22MNywrry2IvogUB0IVA/featured     Encountertoday's Resources - * GIVE: https://encountertoday.com/giving/ * Special Offer: https://encountertoday.com/special-offer *FREE eCourse - https://ecc.thinkific.com/courses/the-secrets-of-solomons-success  Thank you for joining us! If you would like to give, your support will help us to bring you more content just like this!

The New York Mystery Machine
Episode 44: "Secrets Built Around Secrets: The Hidden Life of Hazel Drew"

The New York Mystery Machine

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 48:39


The more investigators prodded into Hazel's life, the more they found that just didn't add up. Who was she waiting for at the train station? What was she doing on Taborton Road at dusk? And who are the individuals behind those eerie letters sent to Hazel? Who killed Hazel Drew? Available wherever you stream podcasts! Be sure to Subscribe, Rate, & Review on iTunes! Support the show by becoming a sponsor on our Patreon: www.Patreon.com/NYMysteryMachine Don't forget to follow us on all the socials: Instagram: @NYMysteryMachine Twitter: @NYMysteries Facebook: @NYMysteryMachine THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS BARKBOX: Use the link www.barkbox.com/NYMysteryMachine to get a Free Extra Month of BarkBox (valued at $35) when you sign up for multi-length plans. HUNT A KILLER: Receive 20% off your first Hunt a Killer subscription box at www.HuntAKiller.com with the code NYMYSTERYMACHINE at checkout!

Reach Community Church
Living Jesus is Greater: The Hidden Life - Audio

Reach Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 35:55


Your Hidden Life in Christ is the roots that keep you standing when the storms of life come.

Lagrange Point
Episode 481 - Finding hidden life in our oceans with RNA and DNA

Lagrange Point

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 18:09


Using sequencing techniques we can find all kinds of hidden life in our oceans. RNA viruses are ancient, but their old genes can help us spot them in great numbers in our oceans. There are huge amounts of 'life' in our oceans that we don't know about. No matter if you think viruses are 'alive' or not, there are way more than we imagined in our oceans. RNA viruses are easier to spot in our oceans if you look for the right ancient gene. Using gene sequencing we can find fish that are hidden in our reefs. Visually spotting fish is helpful but can overlook sneak fish. Using environemtnal sequencing techniques way more diverse range of fish can be found. Ahmed A. Zayed, James M. Wainaina, Guillermo Dominguez-Huerta, Eric Pelletier, Jiarong Guo, Mohamed Mohssen, Funing Tian, Akbar Adjie Pratama, Benjamin Bolduc, Olivier Zablocki, Dylan Cronin, Lindsey Solden, Erwan Delage, Adriana Alberti, Jean-Marc Aury, Quentin Carradec, Corinne da Silva, Karine Labadie, Julie Poulain, Hans-Joachim Ruscheweyh, Guillem Salazar, Elan Shatoff, Ralf Bundschuh, Kurt Fredrick, Laura S. Kubatko, Samuel Chaffron, Alexander I. Culley, Shinichi Sunagawa, Jens H. Kuhn, Patrick Wincker, Matthew B. Sullivan, Silvia G. Acinas, Marcel Babin, Peer Bork, Emmanuel Boss, Chris Bowler, Guy Cochrane, Colomban de Vargas, Gabriel Gorsky, Lionel Guidi, Nigel Grimsley, Pascal Hingamp, Daniele Iudicone, Olivier Jaillon, Stefanie Kandels, Lee Karp-Boss, Eric Karsenti, Fabrice Not, Hiroyuki Ogata, Nicole Poulton, Stéphane Pesant, Christian Sardet, Sabrinia Speich, Lars Stemmann, Matthew B. Sullivan, Shinichi Sungawa, Patrick Wincker. Cryptic and abundant marine viruses at the evolutionary origins of Earth's RNA virome. Science, 2022; 376 (6589): 156 DOI: 10.1126/science.abm5847 Laetitia Mathon, Virginie Marques, David Mouillot, Camille Albouy, Marco Andrello, Florian Baletaud, Giomar H. Borrero-Pérez, Tony Dejean, Graham J. Edgar, Jonathan Grondin, Pierre-Edouard Guerin, Régis Hocdé, Jean-Baptiste Juhel, Kadarusman, Eva Maire, Gael Mariani, Matthew McLean, Andrea Polanco F., Laurent Pouyaud, Rick D. Stuart-Smith, Hagi Yulia Sugeha, Alice Valentini, Laurent Vigliola, Indra B. Vimono, Loïc Pellissier, Stéphanie Manel. Cross-ocean patterns and processes in fish biodiversity on coral reefs through the lens of eDNA metabarcoding. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2022; 289 (1973) DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2022.0162

Ignatius Press Podcast
Getting to know Charles de Foucauld: The hidden life of a soon-to-be saint

Ignatius Press Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 32:01


When Charles de Foucauld was killed by bandits in the Sahara Desert in 1916, the French aristocrat-turned-monk was virtually unknown. Over the course of a century, however, the radiance of Foucauld's hidden life has spread, and the Church will officially recognize him as a saint when Pope Francis canonizes him on May 15, 2022.   In this episode, David Pinault, professor emeritus of religious studies at Santa Clara University, joins us to discuss the life and legacy of Charles de Foucauld. Pinault wrote the foreword to Ignatius Press' new edition of Foucauld's definitive biography, “Charles de Foucauld” by Jean-Jacques Antier (https://bit.ly/3Ks6SQN).

Human Voices Wake Us
Notes from the Grid: Rediscovering the Hidden Life

Human Voices Wake Us

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 38:38


Preorder print copies of Notes from the Grid here: https://wordandsilence.com/human-voices-wake-us/ For the next month or so, I will be reading a short book of essays, Notes from the Grid, that it has taken me the last sixteen years to complete. Tonight, I read the first two. Listen to the introduction, or click on the link above, to see how you can become a part of bringing the book into print. After a short introduction, the first essay begins at 6:20, and the second begins at 30:22. As always, send any comments to humanvoiceswakeus1@gmail.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/humanvoiceswakeus/support

The Mind's Eye
EP 48 The Concealed Masonic History

The Mind's Eye

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 135:30


Why's is it that most people throughout history that "accomplished" great things are  tied to freemasonry? Why join a secret society when you have all this power. you'd be surprised what goes down at the top...Hidden life of freemasonry Document:https://www.academia.edu/5368082/The_Hidden_Life_in_FreemasonryAlister Crwoly source:https://freemasonry.bcy.ca/aqc/crowley.htmlDemocrat Source:https://assets.ctfassets.net/qnesrjodfi80/6bQdKPLDjyo2s0I8c60gA2/aec7a4feb53cdd469d9c59bc3dd5cc64/swain-the_inconvenient_truth_about_the_democratic_party-transcript.pdfAustralia Fire/ Railroad Source:https://eclinik.net/australia-bush-fires-coincide-with-proposed-high-speed-train-path-smart-cities/

St. Paul American Coptic Orthodox Church Podcast - Adult Class
2022_03_20 The Hidden Life of Pope Kyrillos

St. Paul American Coptic Orthodox Church Podcast - Adult Class

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022


AD Mark Soliman- A reflection on the hidden life of the great Saint Pope Kyrillos VI. Click the icon below to listen.

Spotlight English: Advanced
The Hidden Life of Vincent Van Gogh (Advanced Program)

Spotlight English: Advanced

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 13:52


What makes an artist great? Colin Lowther and Liz Waid look at the Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. He was not famous during his lifetime. In fact, he suffered from mental illness. But did this mental illness influence his art?Join this channel to get access to exclusive videos and script PDFs:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPeqE9km-sipc9NCw02_4RQ/joinhttps://spotlightenglish.com/biography/the-hidden-life-of-vincent-van-gogh/Download our app for Android at http://bit.ly/spotlight-androidDownload our app for iOS at http://bit.ly/spotlight-appleFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/spotlightradioAre you learning English? Are you looking for a way to practice your English? Listen to Spotlight to learn about people and places all around the world. You can learn English words, and even practice English by writing a comment. Visit our website to follow along with the script: http://spotlightenglish.com

Spotlight English
The Hidden Life of Vincent Van Gogh

Spotlight English

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 18:58


What makes an artist great? Colin Lowther and Liz Waid look at the Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. He was not famous during his lifetime. In fact, he suffered from mental illness. But did this mental illness influence his art?Join this channel to get access to exclusive videos and script PDFs:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPeqE9km-sipc9NCw02_4RQ/joinhttps://spotlightenglish.com/biography/the-hidden-life-of-vincent-van-gogh/Download our app for Android at http://bit.ly/spotlight-androidDownload our app for iOS at http://bit.ly/spotlight-appleFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/spotlightradioAre you learning English? Are you looking for a way to practice your English? Listen to Spotlight to learn about people and places all around the world. You can learn English words, and even practice English by writing a comment. Visit our website to follow along with the script: http://spotlightenglish.com

Spiritual Insights with The Xen Goddesses
Overcoming Trauma & Rooting Like a Tree

Spiritual Insights with The Xen Goddesses

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 62:29


No human is exempt from some form(s) of trauma. Trauma does not define us. Our trauma can only prevent our growth and take away our power if we let it. This episode dives deep into how to recognize trauma and how to overcome it. Book mentioned: The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter WohllebenNetflix series mentioned: The OAIf you're interested in booking a session with Brittany for Tarot, Reiki, Chakra Assessments, Spiritual Coaching, or Twin Flame/Soul Mate/Relationship coaching - Book with her on the Xen website. If you're Interested in booking a session with Makayla for evolutionary astrology, predictive astrology, or would like insight into your birth chart, career, love life, or past life karma - Book with her on the Xen website.Website:www.TheXenGoddesses.comInstagram: @TheXenGodessesYouTube: The Xen GoddessesEmail: TheXenGoddesses@gmail.com

Total Liberation
80. Taking Plant Sentience Seriously w. Nic & Kathrin

Total Liberation

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 112:12


Rundown In this episode, Mexie talks with fellow Total Liberation activists Nic and Kathrin about the exciting inner life plants and what taking plant sentience seriously would mean for our politics and how we show up in the world. We focus much of the first part of the discussion on Peter Wolleben's “The Hidden Life […]

Overthink
Trees

Overthink

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 56:17 Transcription Available


Have you ever hugged a tree? In episode 45 of Overthink, Ellie and David head into nature to explore the philosophical side of trees. Often, trees have been ignored, even as they populate so much of the space around us. Why did Socrates say he could learn nothing from trees, and why did Nietzsche write so romantically about them? Deleuze and Guattari criticize trees for being too vertically organized, but Michael Marder argues that they're far more cooperative than we ever imagined. In that spirit, trees are clearly alive, but Peter Wohlleben goes as far as to say they could possibly be intelligent, and even have language of their own. Does that mean that trees deserve rights? Ellie and David get into the root of it in episode 45!Works DiscussedRichard Powers, The OverstoryPlato, PhaedrusMartin Buber, I and ThouAristotle, De Anima Plotinus, EnneadsHans Jonas, The Phenomenon of LifePeter Wohlleben, The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They CommunicateMassimo E. Maffei and Wilhelm Boland, “The Silent Scream of the Lima Bean”Monica Gagliano et al., “Learning by association in plants”Monica Gagliano et al., “Plants learn and remember: let's get used to it”Simona Ginsburg and Eva Jablonka, The Evolution of the Sensitive Soul: Learning and the Origins of ConsciousnessChristopher Stone, “Should Trees Have Standing?”Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, A Thousand PlateausFriedrich Nietzsche, The Birth of TragedyMichael Marder, “In (Philosophical) Defense of Trees”Website | overthinkpodcast.comInstagram & Twitter | @overthink_podEmail |  Dearoverthink@gmail.comYouTube | Overthink podcast