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Best podcasts about humankind

Latest podcast episodes about humankind

The FeedBak Podcast
238 - Swipe Right On Myself with C.J. Landry

The FeedBak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 80:36


Bak is joined by comedian and podcast host, C.J. Landry (https://open.spotify.com/show/0dHdEIlVr5QtBQPD6u5xTI?si=KV97QPXSQnyKEVU4G92FMw&nd=1 (Can't Stand Ya with C.J. Landry and Jackson Fagundes)) discussing New Years Eve 2021, fresh comedians vs comedic legends, Covid variants, text message etiquette, and more! #ShareDopeShit CJ: Sapiens: https://www.ynharari.com/book/sapiens-2/ (A Brief History of Humankind book by Yuval Noah Harari) , Bak: https://www.hulu.com/series/only-murders-in-the-building-ef31c7e1-cd0f-4e07-848d-1cbfedb50ddf?cmp=11932&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=CM_SEM_Various+Niche+Originals&utm_term=&gclid=CjwKCAiAxJSPBhAoEiwAeO_fP7Ii9o66cRoqspazv9W5EwDRwuG-YD6FbGUEMZjOr5WwU0im37mRBhoC2TAQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds (Only Murders in the Building | Hulu) , https://www.netflix.com/title/81252357 (Don't Look Up | Netflix) Follow CJ on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thecjlandry/ (@thecjlandry) Follow The FeedBak: IG: https://instagram.com/thefeedbak (https://instagram.com/thefeedbak) Facebook: https://facebook.com/thefeedbak (https://facebook.com/thefeedbak) Twitter: https://twitter.com/thefeedbak (https://twitter.com/thefeedbak) All episodes and show notes available at http://thefeedbak.com/ (thefeedbak.com) The FeedBak Podcast is also available on http://thefeedbak.com/spotify (Spotify), http://thefeedbak.com/stitcher (Stitcher), http://thefeedbak.com/googleplay (Google Play) and wherever you listen to podcasts.

Humanity Chats with Marjy
A Dr. Martin Luther King Day for All - Humanity Chats

Humanity Chats with Marjy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 3:35


Humanity Chats Host - Marjy Marj Shares a Message on Equity, Unity, and Service to Commemorate MLK Day.An MLK Day for AllPlease know that like you, I am fallible and have made mistakes and utterances that I am not proud of. I do not seek to offend, but rather to encourage us to do right by humankind. A blessed MLK Day to you all. What are you doing today?Is it a day off from school or work?Are you sleeping in?Getting some rest?Catching up on your TV shows?Volunteering in your community?Checking on your black friends?Posting your favorite Dr. King quote on social media?My question is - what are you doing for others today and every day?Are you judging others by the content of their character?Are you inviting others to your table?Are we making real promises of equity?Do we seek to denounce physical violence?Do we seek to denounce inflammatory statements?Are you working on ways to achieve the dream?Is that dream a possibility?Regardless of religion, political affiliation, or race -We have become a pretentious and performative society.Making shallow promises to one another...Jumping on to hashtags without doing the work...Posing in pictures to be recognized for our good deeds...Making hurtful statements behind each others' backs...Limiting the opportunities for others to learn history...Friends, we have to do better.We have to be our brothers and sisters keeperWe need each other.  And we need our allies.Together, we can go far.May we not only keep Dr. King's words alive but also, let us speak and act in ways that will help us on our journey to equity, unity, and service to humankind.Per Dr. King's words - "If you can't fly then run if you can't run then walk if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving." May we all join hands as we seek a better today.Humanity Chats - a conversation about everyday issues that impact humans. Join us. Together, we can go far. Thank you for listening. Share with a friend. We are humans. From all around the world. One kind only. And that is humankind. Your friend, Marjy Marj

AlternativeRadio
[Noam Chomsky] Optimism of the Will

AlternativeRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 57:00


How to be positive in these perilous times? Humankind and the planet are facing enormous dangers. We can indulge in magical thinking and hope for miracles or we can ground ourselves in reality, understand the depth of the crises we face and then act to change things. It won't be easy. There are huge obstacles and difficulties. Our task going forward is to find kindred spirits, organize and work to create a decent future. We may be inspired by the adage, Pessimism of the intellect, Optimism of the will. It was made famous by the great 20th century Italian Marxist thinker and writer Antonio Gramsci. A dedicated anti-fascist Gramsci languished for 11 years in Mussolini's jails where his health deteriorated. He died in 1937. Today, there is a revival of interest in Gramsci and his work.

Smart Drivel
Ep.92: Your Next Hangover

Smart Drivel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 27:14


We've all been there: you are having a really good time at the party and imbibe just a wee bit too much. Enough too much that the following morning you feel like crap. So you try all sorts of things to mitigate the pain. To no avail. The hangover persists. Humankind has been searching for a solution to this for 10,000 years–ever since that first accidental beer was brewed. In this episode, join Jon and Kurt as they discuss some of the more creative, oldest, and just plain odd hangover remedies. It is almost enough to make you want to have a drink (or four).

B4 Church Weekly Teaching
HumanKind Week 7: “Love Fills the Gap”

B4 Church Weekly Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022


Jesus entered his public ministry with a special affirmation from God. It all began when the Lord traveled to a particular place, the Jordan, sought a specific person, John, for an express purpose, water baptism. After Jesus came up out of the water to begin his ministry, a voice from heaven said, “This is my […]

ラジオワダ
2021年面白かった本のおすすめ

ラジオワダ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 6:42


Humankind 希望の歴史 上 人類が善き未来をつくるための18章 魔道祖師 1 (ダリア文庫e) おすすめです

Nördliv - En podcast om spel och nörderi
Avsnitt 334 Del 1 - "Game of the Year 2021 - Topp 40 ska bli 20!"

Nördliv - En podcast om spel och nörderi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 115:26


Medverkande i detta avsnitt är: Fredrik, Lotta, Maxx, Mattias, Danny, Joel och Jesper!2021 var ett makalöst år - och under detta år har mängder med spel flutit under den metaforiska bron. Just därför måste man givetvis kora vilket och vilka spel som står ut.Först måste man definiera vilka spel som ens är nominerade och vilka som går vidare till den åtråvärda Topp 20-gruppen. Så med det sagt, låt oss nu samlas och filtrera denna härliga mix av spel, till bara tjugo stycken. Ett inte allt för enkelt uppdrag, kan man milt sagt säga.Dessa spel är nominerade:  | Persona 5 Strikers | Olija | Ys IX: Monstrum Nox | Bravely Default 2 | Little Nightmares 2 | Lost Words: Beyond The Page | Monster Hunter Rise | It Takes Two | Returnal | Resident Evil Village | Necromunda: Hired Gun | Strangeland | Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart | Mighty Goose | Tohu | Backbone | NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139 | Scarlet Nexus | The Ascent | Death´s Door | Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 | NEO: The World Ends With You | Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin | Humankind | Psychonauts 2 | Tales of Arise | Guilty Gear: Strive | Life is Strange: True Colors | Eastward | Kena: Bridge of Spirits | Deathloop | Metroid Dread | Back 4 Blood | The Riftbreaker | Forza Horizon 5 | Inscryption | Chorus | Loop Hero | Halo Infinite | Shin Megami Tensei V Hoppa gärna med i vår Discord, där vi har omröstningar på olika ämnen och diskussioner om allt nördigt. Låter det intressant, ja tryck här i så fall.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Words of Hope Week Day Devotions
Words Of Hope Thursday, December 30

Words of Hope Week Day Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 3:09


The devotion for today, Thursday, December 30, 2021 was written by Staci Orr and is narrated by Rev. Andria Davis. Today's Words of Inspiration come from Mark 13: 5-8, 32-37: Jesus said to them: “Watch out that no one deceives you. Many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am he,' and will deceive many. When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, do not be alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be earthquakes in various places, and famines. These are the beginning of birth pains. But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son of Humankind, but only God the Creator. Be on guard! Be alert! You do not know when that time will come. It's like a person going away, leaving the house and home, putting servants in charge, each with their assigned task, and telling the one at the door to keep watch. “Therefore, keep watch because you do not know when the owner of the house will come back—whether in the evening, or at midnight, or when the rooster crows, or at dawn. If the owner comes suddenly, do not be found sleeping. What I say to you, I say to everyone: ‘Watch!'”

Simon Ward, The Triathlon Coach Podcast Channel
Why big data studies could be more useful to you than traditional research * Dr. David Bailey

Simon Ward, The Triathlon Coach Podcast Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 78:26


Today's guest is David Bailey, an exercise physiologist who I originally met when he was working for the English Institute of Sport at Loughborough. From there he moved to British Cycling in Manchester and eventually to Switzerland originally working for PowerBar and then back into cycling working directly with the BMC and the Bahrain Merida cycling teams. We will get into all of this in our conversation as well as a few rabbit holes, per usual. Notable topics include: PowerBars and how they caused £500 of damage to my bike frame Research - lab studies vs big data - which is more relevant to you? The ideal cadence for cycling Why RPE is such a valuable skill for you as an athlete How to train a pro-cyclist Polarised vs traditional training models Constant glucose monitors Metabolomics and does it really explain why Pogacar is so good What really works if you want to achieve your goals Strength training for cyclists To follow David Bailey you can find him in the following places: Twitter - @BaileyDM LinkedIn David's personal website is https://www.davidbailey.ch/   Other topics mentioned in the show: NY Times research on Strava data - race data from about 500,000 marathon and half marathon running times since 2014 supports the Nike claim that VaporFly's are 4% faster  Dave's book recommendations: Sapiens: A brief History of Humankind - Yuval Noah Harari The Curious Mind:The secret to a bigger life - Brian Grazer & Charles Fishman The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion - Jonathan Haidt The Fourth Turning: An American prophecy- William Strauss & Neil Howe Some research papers you might like Hansen & Smith (2009) Factors Affecting Cadence Choice During Submaximal Cycling and Cadence Influence on Performance. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. Int J Sports Physiol Perform Stellingwerff et al. (2019) A framework for periodized nutrition for athletes. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 1:29(2):141-151 Mujika et al., (2019) Contempary periodization of altitude training for elite endurance athletes. A narrative review. Sports Med. 49(11): 1651-1669 Fabra et al.  (2021) A comprehensive review of continuous glucose monitoring accuracy during exercise periods. Sensors. 12:21(2):497 Bellenger et al. (2016) Monitoring Athletic Training Status Through Autonomic Heart Rate Regulation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Sports Med. 46(10):1461-1486 Filipas et al. (2021) Effects of 16 weeks of pyramidal and polarized training intensity distributions in well-trained endurance runners. Scand J Med Sci Sports Nov 18 Watson (2017) Sleep and athletic performance. Curr Sports Med Rep. 16(6):413-418. Take a 30 day trial in my SWAT Inner Circle for just £1. Watch this video for more information. Purchase a copy of my High Performance Human e-book featuring more than 30 top tips on how to upgrade your life. If you would like to help offset the cost of our podcast production, we would be so grateful.  Please click here to support the HPH podcast.  Thank you! Visit Simon's website for more information about his coaching programmes.  Links to all of Simon's social media channels can be found here.  For any questions please email Beth@TheTriathlonCoach.com.

B4 Church Weekly Teaching
HumanKind Week 6: “Who’s In? Who’s Out?”

B4 Church Weekly Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021


Today, we continue our Humankind series, looking at the interactions and conversations that Jesus had with the humanity around him. Our hope and desires are that we would be really clear on who Jesus is and that our trust and faith in him would increase. This week we are looking specifically at the book of […]

B4 Church Weekly Teaching
Humankind Week 4: Encounters with Jesus, “Under the Cover of Night”

B4 Church Weekly Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021


In this series, we have been looking at encounters that various people had with Jesus. This week, Pastor Brad examines an interesting conversation between Jesus and a religious leader named Nicodemus. Jesus' Temple visit (ch. 2) made an impression on the rulers and chief priests, so much so that one of them sought out the […]

Portland Center for Spiritual Living Podcast

Rev. Larry completes our month on kindness using Brad Aronson's book "Human Kind." Today he asks us to open our hearts through the process of re-framing. It's time to upgrade our view of the facts of life.

Nice Games Club
Nicest of 2021

Nice Games Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021


It's that season—there's snow on the ground, and it's time for the annual "year in review" episode. Your nice hosts are getting ready to take a break from recording for a few weeks while serving up some of our favorite episodes from the past year. But before we start hibernating, there's a lot to discuss! What did we accomplish this year, and how do we feel about it? What are our goals for next year? Are we taking on any fun projects during our hiatus? And what are we looking forward to playing next year (besides all the Kirby games, of course)? Nice Games Club is five years old! That's a solid handful of years. Happy birthday show, and thanks to you all for listening! The feeling is real, even if this video isn't. Local Releases (2021) 0:13:45 Mark LaCroix Stephen McGregor Ellen Burns-Johnson IRL Fingeance by Escape Industries - itch.io Totally Reliable Delivery Service (console release this year) - YouTube Anodyne 2: Return to Dust (on Nintendo Switch this year) - Nintendo.com Closed Hands by Passenger Games Ltd. Nicest (2021) 0:43:17 Mark LaCroix Stephen McGregor Ellen Burns-Johnson Gaming Hades by Supergiant Games Firewatch by Campo Santo Where Should We Begin? A Game of Stories from Esther Perel Metroid: Fusion (Ellen played it on emulator) - Nintendo.com Pokémon Quest - Pokemon.com Bowser's Fury - Nintendo.com Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart - Playstation.com Metroid: Dread - Nintendo.com Humankind Deathloop Rogue Company Haven - YouTube Valheim It Takes Two - Steam Most Anticipated (for 2022) 1:10:25 Mark LaCroix Stephen McGregor Ellen Burns-Johnson Gaming Endling: Extinction is Forever (from Handy Games) Weird West (by Wolfeye Studios, published by Devolver) - Game Informer Tiny Tina's Wonderlands - Game Informer SCHiM - Ewoud Solo-developed ‘Mars First Logistics' is a physics-based sandbox on Mars - Alan Wen, NME.com Cyberpunk cat adventure Stray will let you do highly accurate cat stuff - Michael McWhertor, Polygon Little Kitty, Big City - Double Dagger Studio The Playdate handheld system!!! Kirby™ and the Forgotten Land - Nintendo.com Multiversus (from Warner Bros) Dragon's Dogma 2 will run on the same engine as Resident Evil Village, leaker s… - Connor Sheridan, GamesRadar Gamedev Resolutions / What We're Working On (for 2022) 1:26:51 Mark LaCroix Stephen McGregor Ellen Burns-Johnson IRL

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
Sophie McLean – Creating a New Culture for Humankind with the Elegance of Simplicity — Episode 229

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021


Today I'm pleased to introduce you to Sophie McLean. To describe Sophie McLean's life as “eventful” would be quite an understatement. She's been a helicopter pilot, a teacher, a designer, a relief worker, a war refugee, a CEO, and a UN Representative; she's been shot at, shipwrecked, and widowed. As a wisdom teacher, Sophie has spent decades leading transformational seminars to over 80,000 people globally, examining the human network of ideas, beliefs, consciousness, and ego. She would love to help your listeners lead themselves to personal revelations and become one with life. Her stories will delight your senses, and her wisdom will touch your soul. What a beautiful gift she extends to us as we near the end of our year. In this interview Sophie shares: The massive, massive, massive download she received at 12 (which she dubs as an undeserved gift) that led her through life's deepest and darkest moments of despair. At 60 years old, she looks back at the unfortunate tragedies that she experienced which made her contemplate about suicide.  Listen to the many wonders Sophie saw and experienced when she decided to pack her bags, travel the world and let life take her.  Circling back to the 12-year old Sophie and how the wisdom she learned before became her guide now.  Learn how education became Sophie's bridge between her spiritual alignment and the world.  Unravel the inner self and step into spiritual alignment with Sophie's 10-session course.  Sophie shares her vision for the new humanity that is about to unfold.  Born in Algeria, educated in Morocco and France, and with a professional career in the USA and UK, Sophie McLean has had an eventful life. She's been a helicopter pilot, a teacher, a designer, a relief worker, a war refugee, and a CEO. She's been shot at, shipwrecked, and widowed. She's lived on a farm, a boat, a penthouse, and an ashram. As a wisdom teacher, Sophie has spent decades leading transformational seminars to over 80,000 people around the world, of all ethnicities, ages, religions and social backgrounds – all engaged with the universal existential questions of “Who am I?” and “What is my life about?” Now after seven years in France, Sophie McLean is in New York to begin Act III of her life – speaking, consulting, writing and teaching courses and online seminars within the framework of Access to Awareness. Her seminar topics span both human and metaphysical dimensions – deconstructing the automatic ego, consciousness, freedom, love, stress, anxiety, fear, relationships, health, sex, money, ownership, spirituality, creation and evolution, the feminine and the masculine, being responsible, and making a difference in the world – and being effective at it. Of her transformational teaching style, Sophie says “I engage people in a rigorous review of their life and a systematic questioning of their conclusions on the basis that without examining our network of ideas, beliefs, social and cultural judgments, and our assumptions about the world, those are transformed into constraints. My interest is in the nature of what it means to be human.” Sophie's new book The Elegance of Simplicity is a compelling, thought-provoking work of autobiographical fiction, one that communicates life-altering concepts proposing an effortless pathway to awareness. It's a deeply honest and dramatic story of self-discovery, about what is possible when you take responsibility, own your power, and become one with life. Sophie McLean epitomizes elegance. She also epitomizes worldly experience, grit, courage, and insight leading to revelation and transformation. "I danced with the moment in front of me. I danced with the whole symphony of life." - Sophie McLean Let's meet Sophie McLean. To learn more about Sophie visit her website, Facebook and LinkedIn. Sophie McLean Show Notes

Humankind on Public Radio
Caring for Aging Adults Part 2

Humankind on Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 26:09


70 million Baby Boomers are now entering their retirement years. For the first time in history, there will be more older adults than children. On this special project from Humankind public radio, you'll hear stories of transition and dignity — and meet people who are showing the way.

Immediatism
723 Things in Common 5 by Timothy Morton

Immediatism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 26:58


Access the text here, at Verso books. Things in Common is the introduction essay to Timothy Morton's book, Humankind. Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com, and your comment may be shared in a future episode. Donate

Immediatism
722 Things in Common 4 by Timothy Morton

Immediatism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 27:58


Access the text here, at Verso books. Things in Common is the introduction essay to Timothy Morton's book, Humankind. Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com, and your comment may be shared in a future episode. Donate

Immediatism
721 Things in Common 3 by Timothy Morton

Immediatism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 31:32


Access the text here, at Verso books. Things in Common is the introduction essay to Timothy Morton's book, Humankind. Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com, and your comment may be shared in a future episode. Donate

Climate Cuisine
The Heart-Shaped Tuber That Created Humankind

Climate Cuisine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 24:43


Taro is the basis of many Polynesian creation stories and one of the world's oldest food crops. In fact, it is so important that the Polynesians carried it with them on their boats as they migrated across the Pacific Ocean. Every part of the tuber can be eaten, from the leaves to the tuber, and back in the day a healthy taro patch meant a clean and vibrant waterway. This episode dives into the reason taro is such a staple crop, a bit about all the varieties, and why you cannot eat it raw. We chat with Arthur Wierzchos, chef Lance Seeto, and Ryan Nebeker from Food Print for more. Topics covered in this episode: Min 1:02: Taro’s role in the creation story of Hawai’i Min 3:30: Meet Arthur Wierzchos Min 4:33: Why you should never eat taro raw Min 9:18: Meet Lance Seeto Min 11:15: Different ways of cooking the entire taro plant in the Pacific Islands Min 13:17: Challenges to taro cultivation over time Min 17:11: Meet Ryan Nebeker Min 17:48: The importance of FoodPrint Min 20:55: Ways to cultivate taro Min 21:28: Why taro can be important in the face of challenges posed by climate change Climate Cuisine is part of Whetstone Radio Collective. Learn more about this episode of Climate Cuisine at www.whetstoneradio.com, on IG at @whetstoneradio, Twitter at @whetstone_radio, and YouTube at /WhetstoneRadio.

I'm Dying to Tell You
Inspiration behind “HumanKind” with Brad Aronson

I'm Dying to Tell You

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 39:16


Here I chat with Brad Aronson who shares incredible true stories about how one small deed can make a world of difference.  Listen in to how his National Bestseller, HumanKind came to be.  Brad Aronson is a husband, dad, entrepreneur, mentor and volunteer.  After Brad's wife, Mia, was diagnosed with leukemia Brad spent most of his time either by her side or trying to shield their five-year-old son, Jack, from the worst of Mia's illness.   Brad and Mia were met by an outpouring of kindness from friends, family, and even complete strangers.  Inspired by all the demonstrations of “humankindness”, Brad not only began writing about the people who rescued his family from that dark time, he sought out global stories and wrote about them too.  In this episode, Brad shares some of the best acts of kindness and how they changed lives in a big big way.  This chat will lift you up and remind you of what really matters and of how easily you can change a life — including your own.  Enjoy listening in and please share with a friend.  Hugs, Lorri

Portland Center for Spiritual Living Podcast

Rev. Larry continues the series on kindness. Today he covers two forms of essential kindness including a special focus on volunteerism. This series is inspired by Brad Aronson's book "Human Kind." Can you think of 50 ways of being kind to one another?

B4 Church Weekly Teaching
Humankind Week 3: Encounters with Jesus, “Healing Touch”

B4 Church Weekly Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021


This week, we continue our Humankind series, looking at encounters that Jesus had with different individuals while he was on earth. This week, Pastor Brad examines a story about Jesus' interaction with a leper. After a busy season of healing and ministry in Capernaum, Jesus decides to move on to another town. It's there that […]

Immediatism
720 Things in Common 2: Solidarity With Nonhuman People by Timothy Morton

Immediatism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 30:55


Access the text here, at Verso books. Things in Common is the introduction essay to Timothy Morton's book, Humankind. Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com, and your comment may be shared in a future episode. Donate

Humankind on Public Radio
Caring for Aging Adults Part 1

Humankind on Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 29:55


70 million Baby Boomers are now entering their retirement years. For the first time in history, there will be more older adults than children. On this special project from Humankind public radio, you'll hear stories of transition and dignity — and meet people who are showing the way.

The 2nd String Pod
Christmas Shopping & Chipotle Insulting Human Kind

The 2nd String Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 27:23


Good little episode today. I dive into the beauty of Christmas shopping and what to look for this holiday season. And afterwards I get into an experience I recently had at Chipotle that made me question the way that we, as humans, are treated by the food industry. Enjoy.

Arts & Ideas
Ground-breaking history books

Arts & Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 45:02


The Cundill Prize and PEN Hessell-Tiltman prizes for non-fiction writing about history are announced in early December. Rana Mitter talks to Cundill judge Henrietta Harrison about why their choice this year was Blood On The River by Marjoleine Kars. And with the news tonight that Rebecca Wragg Sykes book Neanderthals has won the PEN Hessell Tiltman - we revisit the conversation Rana recorded when the book came out bringing together Priya Atwal, Joseph Henrich and Rebecca Wragg Sykes in a conversation about family ties and power networks which ranges across Sikh queens, through the ties of marriage and religion which helped shape the Western world, back to the links between Neanderthals and early man. Priya Atwal has published Royal and Rebels: The Rise and Fall of the Sikh Empire. Dr Atwal is a Teaching Fellow in Modern South Asian History at King's College London. Joseph Henrich is a Professor in the department of Human and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University and the author of The Weirdest People in the World: How the West became psychologically peculiar and particularly prosperous. Rebecca Wragg Sykes is an Honorary Fellow at University of Liverpool and Université de Bordeaux. She is the author of Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art and is one of the founders of https://trowelblazers.com/ Marjoleine Kars has won the 2021 Cundill Prize for her book Blood on the River: A Chronicle of Mutiny and Freedom on the Wild Coast You might be interested in other Free Thinking conversations with Rutger Bregman author of Human Kind https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08d77hx Penny Spikins speaking about Neanderthal history at the 2019 Free Thinking Festival https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0003zp2 Tom Holland on his history of the impact of Christianity on Western thinking in a programme called East Meets West https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00093d1 The 2020 Cundill prize winner Camilla Townsend discussing Times of Change with Tom Holland, Emma Griffin and Jared Diamond https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000py89 Producer: Robyn Read

Portland Center for Spiritual Living Podcast

Rev. Marilyn Sprague kicks-off a series on kindness inspired by Brad Aronson's "Human Kind." Are you aware of the role that you play in making a difference in the world? Can you evolve into a newer, kinder you?

B4 Church Weekly Teaching
Humankind Week 2: Encounters with Jesus, “The Same but Different”

B4 Church Weekly Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021


In Luke chapter 7, we see two encounters that Jesus has with two individuals who, in some ways, could not be more different. The first story is about a centurion, a person with great power, authority, and means. The second is about a poor widow who was at the bottom of society's ladder. Despite their […]

Jerm Warfare: The Battle Of Ideas
Peter Breggin on the global predators preying on humankind

Jerm Warfare: The Battle Of Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 66:28


Peter Breggin is known as the "conscience of psychiatry". He discusses who the global predators are; why they are preying on us; what their end game is; and how we can defend ourselves against them. https://breggin.com

LifeMinute Podcast
New Initiative Gives Volunteers Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity to Work Their Remote Jobs from Exotic Island

LifeMinute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 1:45


Work for Humankind and Lenovo invite you to work from one of the earth's most remote locations while giving back to the environment

A Fine Time for Healing
Survival Strategies to Re-Build Our World After Pandemic with Dr. Ervin Laszlo

A Fine Time for Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 43:00


Humankind today is facing monumental challenges. We know now, more than ever before, that we must change or perish. Worldviews are the foundation of culture, and the challenges we face have presented us with an opportunity to move to a new worldview linking ancient and modern, East and West, science and spirituality. In today's special guest book Dawn of an Era of Well-Being: New Paths to a Better World, famed philosopher Dr. Ervin Laszlo shares survival strategies to rebuild our world after the pandemic and the global crisis humanity finds itself in. Today he shares his compelling and influential philosophies on New Paths to a Better World for all of us by weaving quantum science, philosophy and spiritually together in a way that is easily digestible to all - in a way that allows us to understand our place in the evolution of humanity, the concept of wholeness and love, and the importance of forward thinking. Dr. Ervin Laszlo is a famed Hungarian philosopher of science, systems theorist, integral theorist who has published about 75 books and over 400 papers. An advocate of the theory of quantum consciousness, Laszlo has a Ph.D. from the Sorbonne and is the recipient of four honorary Ph.D.'s from the US, Canada, Finland, and Hungary. His many awarrds and distinctions include the Peace Prize of Japan, the Goi Award (Tokyo 2002), the International Mandir of Peace Prize, and a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize (2004 and 2005). Dr. Ervin Laszlo lectures worldwide. Today he lives in a 400-year old former chapel in the hills of Tuscany, Italy.

Productive Flourishing
How to Create a Spiritual Practice (Episode 237)

Productive Flourishing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 50:31


Ashley Zuberi, yoga teacher, author, and former teammate of Team Productive Flourishing, joins Charlie on the show to discuss how we can reframe yoga, spiritual practices, and mindfulness so that we can integrate them into our days and make them work for us. Spiritual practices and philosophy are best suited to help us live our actual lives more fully rather than trying to create an ideal version of ourselves. Charlie and Ashley discuss how spirituality shows up in our day-to-day life and why it will always be a work in progress.Key Takeaways:[2:40] For many people, doing yoga, and cultivating a meditation or mindfulness practice are on their to-do list. Yet, people struggle with actually starting and maintaining these practices. Ashley addresses why people can get stuck before beginning.[5:29] Creating a meditation or yoga or spiritual practice is hard, and it's because it requires experimentation where people are looking for someone to tell them what to do.[7:03] One way to approach these practices is by integrating these practices into our lives in a more practical way. Ashley outlines how this plays out in her own life.[8:34] Charlie reflects on how his relationship with yoga has changed since 2020. Yoga is much more than just practicing poses. In its original form, yoga was a meditation practice![12:58] It can be just as, if not more, helpful to do shorter periods of yoga more frequently rather than longer sessions at larger intervals. What has happened is the assimilation and co-opting of other traditions into a Western paradigm.[15:40] A lot of what drives our actions is being more efficient and doing things more as efficiently as possible. However, that's not the goal in a spiritual practice.[17:54] Even hugs can be a part of your yoga practice if you are tuning into the present moment and practicing presence.[21:46] Spirituality is what happens in the moment and not just what happens in the special containers we create for them.[23:12] Charlie and Ashley discuss what it means to truly be able to show up as your full self at work, particularly now with COVID-19 and working from home.[25:29] COVID-19 has had some negative impacts on this generation of children, but looking beyond the arbitrary constructs and structures, we can see some other benefits like children seeing their parents at work, and parents being able to spend more time with their kids.[26:28] Charlie explains more about different types of reality, the objective, subjective, and interest objective, and how this ties into spiritual practices.[30:01] Our understanding of what yoga is evolves and changes with time. Charlie and Ashley share what it means for each of them and how it influences how they show up in the world.[34:33] What are some steps we can take to move forward from this conversation and start our spiritual practice?[43:55] Each of us has our own challenges and struggles with our spiritual practice. What is Ashley feeling most challenged by now?[48:50] Ashley invites you to try something today that helps you find more peace.Mentioned in This Episode:Productive FlourishingStart Finishing: How to Go from Idea to Done, by Charlie GilkeyAshley ZuberiEight Dates: Essential Conversations for a Lifetime of Love, by John M. Gottman, Doug Abrams, Julie Gottman, Rachel Carlton AbramsThe Mom ProjectSapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, by Yuval Noah Harari

Immediatism
719 Things in Common 1: Solidarity With Nonhuman People by Timothy Morton

Immediatism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 31:01


Access the text here, at Verso books. Things in Common is the introduction essay to Timothy Morton's book, Humankind. Immediatism.com My other podcast, PointingTexts.org Feedback and requests to Cory@Immediatism.com, and your comment may be shared in a future episode. Donate

B4 Church Weekly Teaching
Humankind Week 1: Encounters with Jesus, “Come + See”

B4 Church Weekly Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


Our culture presents a false dichotomy: someone must be either religious (that's bad) or they are spiritual (that's good). The only alternative seems to be avoiding the question altogether. In the first message in this series, we see a third way. Jesus invites his first followers to “come and see.” He is okay with them […]

Space Explr
Science Communication and How Space Benefits You, Earth & Humankind - DARSHAN DESHPANDE | EP.133

Space Explr

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 21:10


Darshan Deshpande, also known as DarshD or Darsh Davis is a management finance graduate, content creator, SpaceKind & Space Generation member, Analog Astronaut Community Moderator, Science Communicator, Writer at Everlasting Hauntings & Haunted Vermont, Aditya Birla Capital SunLife Advisor, & supporter of Space For Humanity, Space industry & of course, Space Explr, GRSS! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spaceexplr/support

Le rendez-vous Jeux
RDV Jeux 215 – Battlefield 2042, mi figue mi fini

Le rendez-vous Jeux

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 99:23


Au programme :Battlefield 2042, impressionsArcane, Project L, MMO LoL… Riot à 200 à l'heure (et les platform fighters)Nos jeux du moment : Guardians of the Galaxy (encore), They Are Here, The Mortuary Assistant (ainsi que Battlefield 2042, Forza Horizon 5, Unpacking, The Dark Pictures House of Ashes), Humankind, Exo One, Halo Infinite.Les news : GTA Trilogy, Sifu avancé, parc d'attraction Ubisoft…Activision Blizzard, suites.Liens :

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
CORE 291: What a Riot

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 134:00


Big show tonight, so tuck in! Everyone wants Kotick out, and we have thoughts on that actually happening. Every big game delay from this year. 100 turns is a lot for the Humankind demo. Game Awards noms! Star Citizen hits 400m. Is it a game yet? Dear Martha Amazon Games Review. Games played this week: Halo, Forza, Ruined King, Final Fantasy, Runeterra, and Wild Rift! Oh, and we figure out what Tantric means.

CORE - Core Gaming for Core Gamers
CORE 291: What a Riot

CORE - Core Gaming for Core Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 134:00


Big show tonight, so tuck in! Everyone wants Kotick out, and we have thoughts on that actually happening. Every big game delay from this year. 100 turns is a lot for the Humankind demo. Game Awards noms! Star Citizen hits 400m. Is it a game yet? Dear Martha Amazon Games Review. Games played this week: Halo, Forza, Ruined King, Final Fantasy, Runeterra, and Wild Rift! Oh, and we figure out what Tantric means.

I Will Read for You: The Voice and Writings of Jaiya John

Reading from my new book, Fragrance After Rain. A passage that begins, "Human kind or human cruel..." Fragrance After Rain is available online at booksellers worldwide, in both hardcover and softcover. You can be a precious part of our book launch by posting your copy on Instagram, tagging #jaiyajohn, encouraging others to purchase, posting readings of your favorite passages, and by sharing online book reviews. My whole heart cries Grateful. jaiyajohn.com. Books online everywhere... Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/jaiyajohn)

Ritter on Real Estate
The VALUE of Self-Directed Retirement Planning With Bill Neville

Ritter on Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 51:00


Today's Ritter On Real Estate Guest is Bill Neville. Bill Neville joined The Entrust Group eight years ago through his initial role as Manager of Operations for the company's franchise program. When the program was discontinued, Bill stepped up to the task of managing the Compliance and Internal Audit departments. With a keen eye for detail and gaining valuable insights into the IRA industry, Bill kept Entrust's educational programs and internal processes in line with industry regulations. Bill actively takes pride in the company's growth and success and is currently the Business Development Manager for Entrust's San Francisco Bay Area office.""Bill Neville joined The Entrust Group eight years ago through his initial role as Manager of Operations for the company's franchise program. When the program was discontinued, Bill stepped up to the task of managing the Compliance and Internal Audit departments. With a keen eye for detail and gaining valuable insights into the IRA industry, Bill kept Entrust's educational programs and internal processes in line with industry regulations. Bill actively takes pride in the company's growth and success and is currently the Business Development Manager for Entrust's San Francisco Bay Area office. Welcome to the podcast Bill! Key Points From The Episode: How Bill got his start in managing/recovery auditing/financial advising.What Entrust Group is and isn't. Custodian & record keeper for individuals.The definition of self-directed retirement planning.The freedom included with self-directed retirement accounts.Why most financial advisors limit their investment opportunities for consumers.Roth IRA & 401K transfers, rollovers, brokerage changes explained.The benefit of self-directed IRA's.What potentially disqualifies your self-directed IRA.IRA's owning assets, how it works.Books Mentioned: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari

Spirit of Success
77: The Lifelong Journey of Integrating Human Alchemy with Goura Loto

Spirit of Success

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 69:11


The path that led Goura to Damanhur started when she was a little child. The life she was born into didn't resonate with her - so, Goura left her home in Italy searching for something different from a “normal” life. She knew there was a path out there for her, but she didn't know what it was. Relying on her inspiration alone, she was guided to move to Costa Rica - but before she could leave, her sister and synchronicity pointed her to Damanhur. The day she arrived at Damanhur, she visited a temple and within three hours fell completely in love. That day she gave up smoking - the only rule at Damanhur - and then went home to pack her bags. 21 years later, she still calls Damanhur her home. Goura is not a rational person - purposefully - because she allows herself to live deeper than her rational mind. But even for Goura, overriding the rational mind took practice. In her life at Damanhur she has been exploring the material plane, but also her own potentials - and really, who she is as a person. Every day, she works to know who she is, and to manifest it. Using experiences, practices, rituals, instruments, technologies - all integrated together to build the relationship to herself and that which is all around her. We are all born with greatness - but we need to put in constant work to get through the multilayered, ongoing process of being in touch with that greatness. Humans are a complex system, in a complex world - but we're just bridges who get to experience all these dimensions, and that's the true gift of being human. We connect to ourselves through other life forms, and to gain a deep reconnection means to live life differently from the divided world that leads us to be separate. Your spiritual journey has to manifest through you in your daily life. You need to treat plants well, and your body well, and accept others' diversities and perspectives, because your divine manifests through the human divine. You can remember the oneness and harmony we all belong to, because it's all love, and the love is always there for us. Being in a place like Damanhur helps us touch into this magical alchemy because Damanhur itself is alive, but it is available outside Damanhur, too - we just have to remember to feel it.  You can also visit Damanhur through their virtual reality tours, where you can take part in specific experiences such as meditations. Or, if you feel called, then just go in person because there's really nothing else like it.  Goura's Bio Goura is the co-creator and instructor of the Damanhur School of Alchemy and Rituality, a transformational travel coach, tour guide of the Temples of Humankind and a facilitator of personal and group meditations. For more than 16 years she was part of the Damanhurian Spiritual Way of the Monks/Nuns. She spent the first 11 years being a nun, fully embracing the discipline of this path to live Mysticism and the Sacredeness of one's potential. She currently continues to help and support Damanhur Magical Journeys all over the world. For over 10 years Goura has specialized in welcoming and guiding people from all over the world in the exploration of Damanhur Federation of Communities and its Temples of Humankind.She became a student of Alchemy and Rituality many years ago, studying directly with Falco Tarassaco, the main founder and inspirer of Damanhur. She continues to learn the theoretical and practical sciences of these subjects with her research group of passionate people like herself. Learn more about the Damanhur Alchemy School here: https://damanhuralchemyschool.org/ And visit the Temples of Humankind through a Virtual Tour here: https://thetemples.space/ Connect with Tracy Instagram/Facebook: @dr.tracydebi www.atelierix.co To work with Tracy, you can book a call here: https://calendly.com/drtracydebi/fit-ability-call Spirit of Success is a podcast creating a platform for honest conversations sharing the real life stories behind personal transformations. If you're a fan of the podcast, don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Spirit of Success! If you resonated with something you heard, don't forget to share with a friend! Edited by: Jess Schmidt Logo: The Cultivated Group Music: ‘Breathe out, Breathe in' (Instrumental) by Roof

The Tully Show
Rutger Bregman / "Humankind: A Hopeful History"

The Tully Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 57:31


Author Rutger Bregman discusses "Humankind: A Hopeful History," now available in paperback.

Humankind on Public Radio
Haley House/Kathy McKenna

Humankind on Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 30:25


Would you invite homeless men into your apartment? One woman did just that. On this episode of Humankind, you'll hear a story of commitment and service to the poor in which Kathy McKenna founded Haley House, a homeless shelter in downtown Boston. McKenna was inspired by Dorothy Day, the Catholic Worker Movement, and the belief […]

God Forbid - ABC RN
Human kind — understanding kindness during tough times and beyond

God Forbid - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 54:07


Australia has endured it's fair share of challenges in recent times, yet amid all the suffering, we have witnessed countless examples of human kindness. On God Forbid, James Carleton and our panel explore the 'kindness revolution'; where does our kindness stem from, how does it thrive during times of hardship, and what will kindness look like in a post-pandemic world?

Busch League Gaming
Sid Meier's Civilization History

Busch League Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 82:03


Sid Meier's Civilization Series On this week's podcast episode Jacob, Ryan, Nick, and their special guest, Ethan Maestri, discuss the Civilization series. Visit BuschLeagueGaming.com for blog posts or to read our written reviews. Let us know what you think of our review on twitter @BuschLeagueGMNG, @BuschLeagueRyan, @NickABeaird, and @EthanMaestri. You can also email us at BuschLeagueGames@gmail.com. If you like what you hear you can financially support the show at patreon.com/BuschLeagueGaming or you can buy some merch on our website. Thanks for watching! Busch League Gaming produces a weekly gaming podcast every Monday. Find more content from Ethan on twitter @andromedapod and @WBCprod. Timecodes: 0:00 Introduction 3:33 Overview 18:53 Gandhi 19:32 Sid Meier's Civilization 23:04 Sid Meier's Civilization II 28:23 Sid Meier's Civilization III 30:49 Sid Meier's Civilization IV 42:09 Sid Meier's Revolution 46:07 Sid Meier's Civilization V 57:48 Sid Meier's Revolution 2 58:47 Sid Meier's Civilization VI 1:11:40 Humankind 1:20:49 Housekeeping

Keen On Democracy
Ben Wilson on the Invention of the City

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 45:51


In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Ben Wilson, the author of “Metropolis: A History of the City, Humankind's Greatest Invention”, to demonstrate that the story of human civilization is the story of cities, as well as to retrace how urban living sparked humankind's greatest innovations. Ben Wilson is an award-winning author and has also consulted for various TV history programs and appeared on TV and on national radio in the U.S., UK, and Ireland. He has written for The Spectator, The Literary Review, The Independent on Sunday, The Scotsman, Men's Health, The Guardian Online, and GQ. Visit our website: https://lithub.com/story-type/keen-on/ Email Andrew: a.keen@me.com Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankeen/ Watch the show live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lithub Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LiteraryHub/videos Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://andrew2ec.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

There Was An Idea... A Marvel Cinematic Universe Podcast

Host TK shares her first impressions Eternals and talks about her viewing experience. Spoilers ahead! (Plus I talk a little bit about Dune and the book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. I promise, it all connects back to Eternals!) Stay tuned in a few weeks for a full-length deep dive into the big ideas of Eternals. Follow There Was An Idea @anidea_podcast on Instagram and Twitter There Was An Idea merch: https://there-was-an-idea.creator-spring.com/ Artwork by Brooke Pender: @delta.mush on Instagram Music by Demeter Salvia

Humankind on Public Radio
Power of Concentration with George Mumford

Humankind on Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 30:28


George Mumford has trained superstar athletes, including basketball greats Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal, in how mental focus can enhance athletic performance. In this conversation for Humankind, he describes the experience of being in “the zone,” a state of relaxed receptivity. Mumford also discusses how paying conscious attention can help us overcome the […]

Growth Everywhere Daily Business Lessons
David Spinks Reveals Key Secrets to Growing Red Hot Communities

Growth Everywhere Daily Business Lessons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 28:21


When social media first surfaced, it was generally dismissed as largely inconsequential for businesses. These days, it's almost impossible to imagine a successful business without a social media presence. With the rise of Web 3 and the ubiquity of social media comes the integral concept of community and the impact and engagement it creates. Here to help us interrogate this rapidly expanding field is David Spinks, VP of Community at Bevy and Cofounder of CMX, two platforms dedicated to helping businesses create and support a thriving community. He is also the author of the new book, The Business of Belonging: How to Make Community your Competitive Advantage. In this conversation, we discuss the key difference between building an audience versus a community and why community drives deeper and more meaningful engagement for business. Learn about some of CMX's useful resources, like the SPACES Model, a fundamental framework for defining your community's business value. We also discuss the most common mistakes businesses make when they first build their communities and how to go about it the right way. Be sure to tune in to learn more about this important topic from an expert in the field! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:00] Before we jump into today's interview, please rate, review, and subscribe to the Leveling Up Podcast! [00:15] Introducing David Spinks, VP of Community at Bevy and Co-founder of CMX. [01:14] How community is being factored into how businesses are structured.  [02:28] Outlining the differences between audience and community. [04:30] How community encourages participants to create rather than consume. [05:40] Examples of communities where David has seen people create and contribute. [07:35] The importance of a skilled and competent community manager.  [08:42] How to find the right community manager. [09:39] How Bevy, a pioneering community event engine, was started. [11:29] Starting small and setting an intentional example with your initial community members. [15:59] How to ‘push out control' to manage large communities with fewer community managers and why many businesses make the mistake of growing too fast.  [18:04] The SPACES Model as a framework for defining your community's business value. [21:07] The best way to grow your community; why most businesses start in the wrong place. [24:07] David's top book recommendation and its far-reaching applications. [24:39] David's podcast, Masters of Community, and what you can learn from it.  [25:24] Exciting new AI tools to take your community to the next level!   Resources From The Interview:   David Spinks David Spinks on LinkedIn David Spinks on Twitter The Business of Belonging Masters of Community Podcast CMX The SPACES Model: The Framework for Defining Your Community's Business Value Bevy Startup Grind Orbiit.ai Orbit.love Must-read book: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind   Leave Some Feedback:   What should I talk about next? Who should I interview? Please let me know on Twitter or in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review here Subscribe to Leveling Up on iTunes Get the non-iTunes RSS Feed   Connect with Eric Siu:    Growth Everywhere Single Grain Leveling Up Eric Siu on Twitter Eric Siu on Instagram