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Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 362: 30 de Septiembre del 2022 - Devoción matutina para Jóvenes - ¨Ejemplos y enseñanzas¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 4:25


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA JÓVENES 2022“EJEMPLOS Y ENSEÑANZAS DE LAS ESCRITURAS”Narrado por: Daniel RamosDesde: Connecticut, Estados UnidosUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church   30 DE SEPTIEMBRE SIN DIOS HAY COBARDIAPero los cobardes, los incrédulos, los abominables, los homicidas, los que incurren en inmoralidad sexual, los hechiceros, los idólatras y todos los mentirosos tendrán su parte en el lago que arde con fuego y azufre, que es la muerte segunda (Apocalipsis 21 : 8).ELIAB PODRÍA HABER FIGURADO EN LA BIBLIA como un grande, pero carecía de algunas cualidades necesarias a la vista divina.Luego que Saúl fuera rechazado como rey, Samuel fue comisionado por Dios para ungir a uno de los hijos de Isaí. Samuel se dejó llevar por sus sentidos. A iniciar su inspección comenzó por Eliab. Eliab era «el que más se parecía a Saúl en estatura y hermosura. Sus bellas facciones y su cuerpo bien llamaron desarrolladoron la atención del profeta. Cuando Samuel miró su porte principesco, pensó con seguridad que era el hombre a quien Dios había escogido como sucesor de Saúl y esperó la aprobación divina para ungirle. Pero Jehová no miraba la apariencia exterior. Eliab no temía al Señor. Si se le hubiera llamado al trono, hubiera sido u soberano orgulloso y exigente» (Elena G. White, Patriarcas y profetas , p. 692.Pero la descripción profética sobre Eliab no termina aquí. Cuando este partió con Saúl como soldado para enfrentarse a los filisteos, nunca se imaginó que u paladín los estaría esperando. Goliat, el gigante que desafiaba a todos los soldados israelitas, durante cuarenta días probó el valor de los súbditos de Saúl y Eliab no estalló el valor de un hijo de Dios. Cuando su hermano David se mostró decidido a pelear con Goliat, Eliab le habló duramente, ya que en su menor vio «una censura de la cobardía que él mismo estalló al no hacer algún esfuerzo por acallar al gigante filisteo» ( Ibíd , p. 699) ) ) ) ) ) ).Eliab podría haber figurado en la Biblia como un grande, pero no temía a Dios y era un cobarde. Personalmente creo que lo segundo (la cobardía) es una consecuencia de lo primero (falta de temor a Dios). Quienes temieron a Dios demostraron en tiempo de verdadero peligro un valor inexplicable. Por temer a Dios Moisés enfrentó a Faraón, Gedeón peleó con trescientos soldados, David derrotó a Goliat, Elías reprochó y juzgó a Acab, los tres jóvenes hebreos aceptaron el horno de fuego antes que la idolatría, Daniel pasó una noche entre leones y Pablo le predicó a Nerón. Sí, el respeto y la adoración al verdadero Dios dan al hombre un valor extraordinario que ante la vista del hombre carnal parece una locura.Al comenzar este día, encomiende a Dios. Él te dará el valor y las fuerzas para enfrentar todo tipo de situaciones por más duras que parezcan. 

Abnormal Mapping
Abnormal Mapping 135: Yume Nikki and Ib

Abnormal Mapping

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022


We have another huge haul of games as we talk about seemingly everything under the sun but also two games for the lengthening nights as we do a sort of horror month talking about two moody classics of the RPG Maker indie games scene: Yume Nikki and Ib! It was great to be able to talk about such a fun genre, get out of our comfort zones a bit, and explore some real gaming history. Send us questions about our game clubs, other games, or gaming in general to abnormalmappingpodcast@gmail.com!If you would like to support us please visit patreon.com/abnormalmapping for exclusive podcasts!Things Discussed: Novel Not New has moved to Scanline Media!, please check that out and also listen to Journal Updated and The Safe Room, Em got a MiSTer, for $1 you can get a special VoIP Life where we rated the aesthetics of consoles, Pac-Man, Altered Beast, Mega Man X2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge, Omori, Mother 3, Deltarune, Phantasy Star III, Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright, R-Type, Pokemon Sun & Moon, Yume Nikki (longplay we recommend here), Moon, Ib (let's play of Ib we recommend here), adventure game design, horror games and horror memes, the best introduction to Kojima, best world building, the act of waiting in stealth games, RPG Maker odds and endsThis Month's Game Club:Yume Nikki and IbNext Month's Game Club: NorcoMusic This EpisodeDining Room by YASUpochiAbandoned Desert Town by KIKIYAMACorelli La Folia by YASUpochiRooftop Rhythm by KIKIYAMAThe Littel Doll's Dream by YASUpochi

ScienceLink
ESMO 2022: Top tumores gastrointestinales

ScienceLink

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 13:07


El Dr. Sebastián Mondaca, oncólogo médico de la Pontificia Universidad Católica en Santiago, Chile, junto con el Dr. Ángel López, oncólogo médico adscrito a OPCION Oncología en Monterrey, NL, México, nos comentan algunos de los estudios más destacados sobre el tratamiento de tumores gastrointestinales presentados durante el Congreso Anual de ESMO 2022 en París, Francia. Cáncer colorrectal NICHE-2: Estudio fase II, multicéntrico y no aleatorizado, que evaluó nivolumab + ipilimumab neoadyuvante, en donde a corto plazo demostró respuestas patológicas significativas en casi todos los pacientes con cáncer de colon con deficiencia en la reparación de errores de emparejamiento (dMMR, por sus siglas en inglés) no metastásicos. SAMCO-PRODIGE 54: Estudio fase II, aleatorizado, que evaluó avelumab vs. quimioterapia estándar de 2L en pacientes con cáncer colorrectal metastásico (CCRm) con inestabilidad de microsatélites. KRYSTAL-1: Estudio fase I/II, multicohorte, que evaluó la seguridad y eficacia de adagrasib con o sin cetuximab en pacientes con CCRm que alberga una mutación KRAS G12C. CodeBreak-101: Estudio fase Ib, que evaluó la seguridad y eficacia para la cohorte de expansión completa de sotorasib en combinación con panitumumab en CCR refractario mutado KRAS G12C. MOUNTAINEER: Estudio fase II, aleatorizado y multicéntrico, que evaluó tucatinib + trastuzumab o tucatinib solo en pacientes con CCRm o no resecable HER2+ después de terapias estándar de atención previas. FRESCO-2: Estudio fase III, multirregional y global, que evaluó la eficacia y seguridad de fruquintinib en pacientes con CCRm refractario. Cáncer gástrico DESTINY-Gastric02: Estudio fase II, de un solo brazo, que evaluó trastuzumab deruxtecan en pacientes occidentales con cáncer de la unión gástrica/gastroesofágica HER2+ que progresó durante o después del régimen con trastuzumab. Fecha de grabación: 21 de septiembre de 2022 Todos los comentarios emitidos por los participantes son a título personal y no reflejan la opinión de ScienceLink u otros. Se deberá revisar las indicaciones aprobadas en el país para cada uno de los tratamientos y medicamentos comentados. Las opiniones vertidas en este programa son responsabilidad de los participantes o entrevistados, ScienceLink las ha incluido con fines educativos. Este material está dirigido a profesionales de la salud exclusivamente.

Radio Elda
Silvia Ibáñez, concejala Industria Elda, sobre los bono consumo

Radio Elda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 0:46


Ibáñez ha destacado el descuento que se ofrece

RadioFutbolFCF
La Gradona 26/09/2022 Tertulia

RadioFutbolFCF

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 84:20


Hoy en la tertulia Nos acompañan Agustín Ibáñez, Jesús Merino, Juanjo Martínez y Christian Bringas. Tertulia y análisis de lo ocurrido el pasado Domingo en Ipurua, Eibar.

Confessions of a PYP Teacher
C103: Finding Experts in our Local Community

Confessions of a PYP Teacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 13:33


Now that we have stretched our learning to think a bit deeper about our standards, let's think about how we are going to leverage the local community and beyond to add value to the learning and teaching.  There are many people within our local community that want to give back, but don't know how to do it.  They are a valuable resource to adding a richness to the learning and teaching. For a written blog post and other resources, visit:   https://thinkchat2020.weebly.com

Carrusel Deportivo
Carrusel Canalla | ¿Cómo ven a España en Europa?: "Nadie se fía de la selección de Luis Enrique":

Carrusel Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 9:21


La derrota del combinado nacional contra Suiza ha generado dudas, tanto en la Península Ibérica como en el extranjero. 'El Carrusel Canalla' analiza la imagen de los pupilos del asturiano

Gamer Weekly
S04E01 : C'est la rentrée ! Avec du Zelda, du GTA6, du hardware et Stray le jeu dans lequel vous êtes un chat.

Gamer Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 128:01


Nouvelle saison et toujours dans la bonne humeur ! News : GTA6, les nouvelles cartes Nvidia RTX4080/4090, le PSVR2, Logitech lance une console portable. Le hype/ Pas hype : Trombone Champ, FIFA23, Heidelberg 1693, Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider, Killer Kloons, Under the sea, Dune Awakening, Atlas Fallen, Sonic Frontiers, Splatoon 3, Dead Island 2, High on life, Lies of P, Alone in the Dark, Fire Emblem Engage, Octopath traveler 2, Goldeneye64, Factorio, Ib, Bayoneta 3, FF crisis core, Tales of Symphonia remaster, Zelda The Tears of the Kingdom, Tekken 8, Star Wars VR, Demeo VR, Pacific drive, Synduality, Stettar blade, Rise of the ronin, God of War Ragnarok, Yakuza like a dragon 8, Wo long : fallen Dinasty, Who am I, Resident Evil village Winter expansion, Street fighter 6, Suikoden 1 et 2 et One pièce Odyssey. Dossier : Point sur les services d'abonnements de Netflix à Microsoft en passant par Nintendo, Playstation et Apple. Tests : NBA 2K23, Stray, TinyKin, Two Point Campus, Midnight Fight Express. Retrouvez nous aussi sur les réseaux sur Twitter et Instagram : @GamerWkly

El Larguero
Carrusel Canalla | ¿Cómo ven a España en Europa?: "Nadie se fía de la selección de Luis Enrique":

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 9:21


La derrota del combinado nacional contra Suiza ha generado dudas, tanto en la Península Ibérica como en el extranjero. 'El Carrusel Canalla' analiza la imagen de los pupilos del asturiano

The Nonlinear Library
LW - Understanding Infra-Bayesianism: A Beginner-Friendly Video Series by Jack Parker

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 4:26


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Understanding Infra-Bayesianism: A Beginner-Friendly Video Series, published by Jack Parker on September 22, 2022 on LessWrong. Click here to see the video series This video series was produced as part of a project through the 2022 SERI Summer Research Fellowship (SRF) under the mentorship of Diffractor. Epistemic effort: Before working on these videos, we spent ~400 collective hours working to understand infra-Bayesianism (IB) for ourselves. We built up our own understanding of IB primarily by working together on the original version of Infra-Exercises Part I and subsequently creating a polished version of the problem set in hopes of making it more user-friendly for others. We then spent ~320 hours writing, shooting, and editing this video series. Part 5 through Part 8 of the video series were checked for accuracy by Vanessa Kosoy, but any mistakes that remain in any of the videos are fully our own. Goals of this video series IB appears to have quite a bit of promise. It seems plausible that IB itself or some better framework that builds on and eventually replaces IB could end up playing a significant role in solving the alignment problem (although, as with every proposal in alignment, there is significant disagreement about this). But the original sequence of posts on IB appears to be accessible only to those with a graduate-level understanding of math. Even those with a graduate-level understanding of math would likely be well-served by first getting a gentle overview of IB before plunging into the technical details. When creating this video series, we had two audiences in mind. Some people just want to know what the heck infra-Bayesianism is at a high level and understand how it's supposed to help with alignment. We designed this video series to be a one-stop shop for accomplishing this goal. We hope that this will be the kind of video series where viewers won't ever have to pause a video and go do a search for some word or concept they didn't understand or that the video assumes knowledge of. To that end, the first four videos go over preliminary topics (which can definitely be skipped depending on how familiar the viewer already is with these topics). Here are the contents of the video series: Intro to Bayesianism Intro to Reinforcement Learning Intro to AIXI and Decision Theory Intro to Agent Foundations Vanessa Kosoy's Alignment Research Agenda Infra-Bayesianism Infra-Bayesian Physicalism Pre-DCA A Conversation with John Wentworth A Conversation with Diffractor A Conversation with Vanessa Kosoy We found that in order to explain IB effectively, we needed to show how IB is situated within Vanessa Kosoy's broader research agenda (which itself is situated within the agent foundations class of research agendas). We also wanted to give a concrete example of how IB could be applied to create a concrete protocol for alignment. Pre-DCA is such a protocol. It is very new and is changing quite rapidly as Vanessa tinkers with it more and more. By the time readers of this post watch the Pre-DCA video, it is likely that parts of it will already be out of date. That's perfectly fine. The purpose of the Pre-DCA video is purely to illustrate how one might go about leveraging IB to brainstorm a solution to alignment. Our second audience are those who want to gain mastery of the technical details behind IB so that they can apply it to their own alignment research. We hope that the video series will serve as a nice "base camp" for gaining a high-level understanding of IB before delving into more technical sources (such as Infra-Exercises Part I, the original sequence of posts on IB, or Vanessa's post on infra-Bayesian physicalism). Why videos? The primary reason that we chose to create videos instead of a written post is that video is a much more neglected medium for AI alignmen...

The Nonlinear Library: LessWrong
LW - Understanding Infra-Bayesianism: A Beginner-Friendly Video Series by Jack Parker

The Nonlinear Library: LessWrong

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 4:26


Link to original articleWelcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Understanding Infra-Bayesianism: A Beginner-Friendly Video Series, published by Jack Parker on September 22, 2022 on LessWrong. Click here to see the video series This video series was produced as part of a project through the 2022 SERI Summer Research Fellowship (SRF) under the mentorship of Diffractor. Epistemic effort: Before working on these videos, we spent ~400 collective hours working to understand infra-Bayesianism (IB) for ourselves. We built up our own understanding of IB primarily by working together on the original version of Infra-Exercises Part I and subsequently creating a polished version of the problem set in hopes of making it more user-friendly for others. We then spent ~320 hours writing, shooting, and editing this video series. Part 5 through Part 8 of the video series were checked for accuracy by Vanessa Kosoy, but any mistakes that remain in any of the videos are fully our own. Goals of this video series IB appears to have quite a bit of promise. It seems plausible that IB itself or some better framework that builds on and eventually replaces IB could end up playing a significant role in solving the alignment problem (although, as with every proposal in alignment, there is significant disagreement about this). But the original sequence of posts on IB appears to be accessible only to those with a graduate-level understanding of math. Even those with a graduate-level understanding of math would likely be well-served by first getting a gentle overview of IB before plunging into the technical details. When creating this video series, we had two audiences in mind. Some people just want to know what the heck infra-Bayesianism is at a high level and understand how it's supposed to help with alignment. We designed this video series to be a one-stop shop for accomplishing this goal. We hope that this will be the kind of video series where viewers won't ever have to pause a video and go do a search for some word or concept they didn't understand or that the video assumes knowledge of. To that end, the first four videos go over preliminary topics (which can definitely be skipped depending on how familiar the viewer already is with these topics). Here are the contents of the video series: Intro to Bayesianism Intro to Reinforcement Learning Intro to AIXI and Decision Theory Intro to Agent Foundations Vanessa Kosoy's Alignment Research Agenda Infra-Bayesianism Infra-Bayesian Physicalism Pre-DCA A Conversation with John Wentworth A Conversation with Diffractor A Conversation with Vanessa Kosoy We found that in order to explain IB effectively, we needed to show how IB is situated within Vanessa Kosoy's broader research agenda (which itself is situated within the agent foundations class of research agendas). We also wanted to give a concrete example of how IB could be applied to create a concrete protocol for alignment. Pre-DCA is such a protocol. It is very new and is changing quite rapidly as Vanessa tinkers with it more and more. By the time readers of this post watch the Pre-DCA video, it is likely that parts of it will already be out of date. That's perfectly fine. The purpose of the Pre-DCA video is purely to illustrate how one might go about leveraging IB to brainstorm a solution to alignment. Our second audience are those who want to gain mastery of the technical details behind IB so that they can apply it to their own alignment research. We hope that the video series will serve as a nice "base camp" for gaining a high-level understanding of IB before delving into more technical sources (such as Infra-Exercises Part I, the original sequence of posts on IB, or Vanessa's post on infra-Bayesian physicalism). Why videos? The primary reason that we chose to create videos instead of a written post is that video is a much more neglected medium for AI alignmen...

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus
Episode #69: Shooting Up Crystal Meth With Mom, Federal Prison Tea, Unusual Statistics & How The Nonprofit "Face It Together" Can Help, With Kattie Lail, Addiction Wellness Coaching Supervisor

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 72:12


INTRODUCTION: Kattie was exposed to meth at a very young age. Both her parents struggled with meth addiction, which resulted in a very dysfunctional home. When she was arrested at 19, Kattie realized she didn't want to continue going down the same path. She went on to be a counselor of high-risk populations and remained sober for a number of years. After a relapse – or recurrence of symptoms – she was arrested on federal charges and spent three years in prison. That's when Kattie finally started to accept help from the people around her. She found a loving, supportive community to help her maintain wellness. Today, Kattie is married with a young son and twoGreat Danes. Through her work as a peer coach and supervisor, she's able togive back and help others. She loves being there for her members and sees thebest in them, even when they can't. INCLUDED IN THIS EPISODE (But not limited to): ·      Crystal Meth Stories ·      Face It Together Nonprofit ·      Better Alternatives In Addiction Recovery ·      Getting High With Mom·      The Lifestyle vs. The Drugs·      How Getting Arrested Can Be Beneficial ·      Federal Prison Tea·      Trans Healthcare In Prison ·      The Hypocrisy Of The Anonymous Movement·      Unusual Statistics   CONNECT WITH KATTIE: Website: https://www.wefaceittogether.orgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/face-it-together/YouTube: https://bit.ly/3DHgW92Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wefaceittogetherInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/faceittogether/Twitter: https://twitter.com/wefaceit2gether  CONNECT WITH DE'VANNON: Website: https://www.SexDrugsAndJesus.comWebsite: https://www.DownUnderApparel.comYouTube: https://bit.ly/3daTqCMFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/SexDrugsAndJesus/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sexdrugsandjesuspodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TabooTopixLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devannonPinterest: https://www.pinterest.es/SexDrugsAndJesus/_saved/Email: DeVannon@SexDrugsAndJesus.com  DE'VANNON'S RECOMMENDATIONS: ·      Pray Away Documentary (NETFLIX)o  https://www.netflix.com/title/81040370o  TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk_CqGVfxEs ·      OverviewBible (Jeffrey Kranz)o  https://overviewbible.como  https://www.youtube.com/c/OverviewBible ·      Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed (Documentary)o  https://press.discoveryplus.com/lifestyle/discovery-announces-key-participants-featured-in-upcoming-expose-of-the-hillsong-church-controversy-hillsong-a-megachurch-exposed/ ·      Leaving Hillsong Podcast With Tanya Levino  https://leavinghillsong.podbean.com  ·      Upwork: https://www.upwork.com·      FreeUp: https://freeup.net VETERAN'S SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS ·      Disabled American Veterans (DAV): https://www.dav.org·      American Legion: https://www.legion.org ·      What The World Needs Now (Dionne Warwick): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfHAs9cdTqg  INTERESTED IN PODCASTING OR BEING A GUEST?: ·      PodMatch is awesome! This application streamlines the process of finding guests for your show and also helps you find shows to be a guest on. The PodMatch Community is a part of this and that is where you can ask questions and get help from an entire network of people so that you save both money and time on your podcasting journey.https://podmatch.com/signup/devannon  TRANSCRIPT: [00:00:00]You're listening to the sex drugs and Jesus podcast, where we discuss whatever the fuck we want to! And yes, we can put sex and drugs and Jesus all in the same bed and still be all right at the end of the day. My name is De'Vannon and I'll be interviewing guests from every corner of this world as we dig into topics that are too risqué for the morning show, as we strive to help you understand what's really going on in your life.There is nothing off the table and we've got a lot to talk about. So let's dive right into this episode.De'Vannon: Katie Lail is an addiction, wellness coaching supervisor for a fabulous nonprofit called face it together. She sort of tell her story of her journey from learning how to use crystal methamphetamines. Y'all from her mama. Yeah. She learned how to use crystal meth from her mother y'all and then she became a drug dealer.And now she's dedicated her life to helping others find balance and peace. I'm super [00:01:00] excited about this nonprofit because they have alternative approaches to addiction recovery, and I think it's so refreshing relative to what I was exposed to and everything else that's out there. Please take a listen and go and share this knowledge with someone else. Hello, your beautiful souls out there. My name is Danna and Huber and welcome back to the sex drugs in Jesus podcast to have with me the lovely, wonderful miss Katie and believe L is your last name Le yep. Leo Katie L and she's the addiction wellness coaching supervisor for a beautiful nonprofit that I recently discovered called.We face it together and And she's in Sioux falls where the temperature is only like 73 degrees today. And I'm here roasting in Baton Rouge with a lovely 1 0 5. And I love the heat for that. Katie, how are you today? [00:02:00] I'm Kattie: doing so good. I'm just really grateful to be here, to be able to spend this time with you to just kind of share my story and, you know, get to know you a little bit better through this process.De'Vannon: Amen. And amen. And so in this episode, we're gonna be talking a lot about crystal meth. Y'all Katie and I both have our addictions of fucking around with miss Tina. Ooh, that bitch. We're gonna talk about the nonprofit face it together and towards the end, it's a beautiful Nonprofit. It's not like the anonymous movement.Y'all all know I've been through crystal meth, anonymous, alcohol, alcoholics, anonymous, narcotics anonymous all the anonymous and everything like that. And I find to face it together to be more open minded, more yielding, more negotiable, more relevant, more 2022. And and not anti-women. [00:03:00] And so, and not overly religious and it's not religious at all.The word mindfulness came up in my research of this nonprofit rather than higher power. And so we're gonna talk about that later on, but first we're gonna talk about Katie to see what her motivation was to get into this and to see how this program helped her before now, she's helping other people. And this is the most beautiful thing, the way it's supposed to go.We suffer. We get help that we realize that we got help. And we don't take it for granted and we don't, you know, you're not, you didn't go run off the live, a quiet, successful, happy, peaceful life you you're stopping to give back and to help somebody else. And that that's, that's what it's all the fuck about to me.So tell us you know, about your, your history with the methamphetamines. I know this started in your home when you were super young, both your parents to talk to us about that. Yeah. [00:04:00] So Kattie: it's funny because like, thinking back, like both of my parents. Use drugs. They were both IB meth addict as well.And I didn't know that like when I was younger, like I didn't quite comprehend that, but like, in my mind, like I remember being really young and in my mind, like I knew that that's what I wanted to do. I wanted to do drugs. Like I just knew that I wasn't comfortable in my own skin. Like, I, I just always wanted that escape.I didn't really understand what that meant. But you know, things kind of progressed. And, and I did when I was probably like 13, 14, I did start to kind of catch on like, oh, I think my parents are drug addicts. Like, I think that's actually what's going on here. And I remember, you know, being 13 and I found meth in like a, like a big ball of meth in my mom's closet.And I, you know, I brought it up to her. She goes, oh, I found that in the couch. I thought that was yours. I've been meaning to talk to you about it. And I'm like, this is the first time [00:05:00] I've ever seen meth. Like, this is your approach to that. So. It was just always like a really like interesting situation growing up for me.But it was around that time that my mom kind of got really outta control. She started taking off, she would be gone for days at a time. And she'd leave me with my younger siblings who are six and eight years younger than me. And, you know, I often was, you know, their primary caregiver. And when you're, you know, 13, 14, you don't have resources.You don't have anybody to reach out to and be like, Hey, , I'm struggling. Can you help us get some food? Or we don't have electricity. Like, it's like, you just play it. Cool. Because you don't want DSS coming in and, and taking you because that was always like the biggest fear, you know, was being taken away.In retrospect, maybe it would've been a blessing, but at the time it was terrifying. But going through that, I, I remember I was 15 years old. [00:06:00] And, you know, the only time my mom would ever really hang out with me is if we were partying together. And so, you know, we would drink together and whatever, and we were hanging out at her boyfriend's house and I and she was using meth.And so now she was openly using meth in front of me. And I just said, Hey, can I get high with you? And she's like, eh, kind of like hem to nod. And she's like, all right, well, let's do it. And so we got high for my first time. She'd just gotten some money for student loans. She took me to a casino in Minnesota.We spent two days partying at the casino. She snuck me in, it was like, The coolest experience of my life, because I got to hang out with my mom and like, see this lifestyle that she was living. And then, you know, like coming down for the first time and I was like, I'm never gonna do that again. That suckedBut as it turned out, like it, it had already gotten a hold of me. Within a few weeks of trying meth, I was shooting up meth. You know, I, I was in high [00:07:00] school and had a few other friends that I used with, but the primary person that I used with was my mom. And that was kind of the beginning of where my drug use started.And so I spent the next few years getting in trouble, spending time in like juvenile detention centers, getting sent to boot camps, getting out, trying to do well, but just going right back to the same old thing. So that was where it all began for me. De'Vannon: Okay, thank you for that breakdown. Tell me, so you started shooting up a few, few weeks after you first did it.So the first time you did it, did you smoke it? Did you swung, like how did you take it the first time I Kattie: snorted it? Yep. We just, yep. We did lines all the way up to Minnesota. We stopped at every bathroom, did a line off the back of every toilet that we could find. So De'Vannon: I was a good old days. yeah. Tell me when you, so you were doing this to hang out with your mom.Do you think that [00:08:00] well, like you said, it might have been better if you hadn't been taken away. So would you say that you really got into drugs more so for the community, you know, rather than the narcotic itself, Yeah, Kattie: can, that's an interesting question. And I, I don't know that I've ever really reflected on that, but I do remember like the first few times I got high, I was like, I don't even know if I enjoy this, but I enjoyed the lifestyle that was attached to it because there was always people there that you always had a purpose.Like you always had somebody like knocking on your door. And that felt good to me. You know, I was a shy kid. Like I was just like desperate for that attention. And like, to have this like just instant group of people that were your people, you know, that felt good to De'Vannon: me. Bingo. That is one of the main points that I always try to drive home when people get, like, when they don't understand people who use [00:09:00] drugs or for God's sakes, they get judgey about us.One of my big things that I, that I try to, to get inside of people's heads is that it's not always about. The dope when I was homeless. And when I was on drugs, myself, there was so much community out there on those streets. And then when you, whenever I see documentaries, a lot of times on television or, or in the media, in the news or whatever, it's always showing like the meth head with no teeth and their skin peeling off running across the field naked.But I'm like that, that is a thing. Absolutely. But that's not the only thing, you know, sometimes there's a, when I was homeless alone, I couldn't find food anywhere else. I would, I could go to a trap house. I could go to a meth house and they would feed me when they turned me away from the VA. And I couldn't go to my siblings.you know, mm-hmm, , you know, so it's not, you know, when I got kicked out of Lakewood church in Houston, Texas, you know, that ripped my community. and like, exactly like your words [00:10:00]were when I found the drugs again, or when they were offered to me again, I began to accept them. And I had a purpose again, as a dealer I felt wanted, I was valued, you know, all of those things went along with that.So it's not really just the drugs. Mm. When, when you first shot, do you, do, do you remember like the first time you did the IV drug uses and you injected it, did you do it to yourself? Did someone else do it to you? And do you remember how it felt? So Kattie: the crazy thing was like, I was so afraid of needles.Like I was like, I'm not gonna shoot up like that. I'm not going to, but the thing that got me is like, my mom was shooting up with all my friends and I'm like, well, fuck that. Like, I don't wanna be left out. Like, I don't wanna be the only one like this. And so I was like, I'm just gonna try it. And it was actually my friend's boyfriend and.I let him do it for me the first time, but it was after the [00:11:00] first time I was doing it by myself, I just picked it up right away. It seemed more comfortable for me than, you know, letting somebody else poke around in my arm. So,De'Vannon: well, you're bold with it. You know, I, it took a while for me. I let the guys do it first and then eventually, you know, I transitioned and after fucking up mini veins and I got, you know, all these scars and shit you know, then I took to it and oddly enough, it felt like a sense of accomplishment learning how to inject.So , you know, I, Kattie: I think for me, like when the first time that I had to go to treatment, like as a kid, like, I didn't so much like, fantasize about the drugs, but like I fantasized about like how badass, like I felt that I was able to shoot up for myself when I was 16 years old, you know, like, that's the thing that kept rolling through my mind.I was like, I don't care if it's just water, like, I'll just do it. Like I didn't, I didn't even care at that point. You know, I just felt like, [00:12:00] so I understand that sense of accomplishment. Like it felt, I don't know. I was weirdly proud of it.De'Vannon: Me too. Like I totally, I totally get it.Okay. Now you said you first went to treatment just now at the age of 15. Yeah. Kattie: I'm not exactly sure. It was either 15 or 16. I got sent away for my first time and I, I went to treatment for like a nine month, like a nine month, like boot camp. Treatment thing. So I was like remanded to the state. I was there for nine months, got out and was sent to live with my grandparents after that.De'Vannon: So, yeah. So I'm gonna circle back around to like your initial treatments in a second here. So you, I read, so you first got arrested the first time when you were 19 mm-hmm and then later on something [00:13:00] else happened. Tell, talk to me about that first arrest at 19. Kattie: So that was the eye opener for me.Cause I mean, I'd been arrested before, but it was like you're young. You don't have like any like charges you're not in jail. You have like a whole supportive team trying to like help you out. But when I was 19, I got arrested. For my first, first meth charge. And I remember going to county jail and you just, I had to sit there for six months, like not knowing like what my sentence was gonna be like when my next court date was gonna be.And honestly, like just having nobody give a shit that you're in distress. There's nobody there trying to help you or make your situation better anymore. You're an adult. And it was during that time that my mom moved to Denver and I just felt like super abandoned by her. And like, we had a whole bunch of like just bad experiences leading up to me going to jail.But that was like the first [00:14:00] time in my life that I like, like got some perspective and I'm like, I don't wanna be fucking doing this anymore. Like I don't wanna grow up and be living the lifestyle that my mom is living when I'm her age. Like I don't, I don't want this. So that was the first time that I.I wanted to quit using. And I, I had some like marginal success after that, but like I had no idea how to not use. Like, that was my lifestyle. That was all that I was aware of. De'Vannon: Okay. And then I see that you were arrested three years later and then this time it was federal. So what happened? Kattie: So it was actually quite a bit longer than three years later.I so after jail I gotten to a relationship with a guy who. I loved desperately. And I was also very dependent on and he wanted to be sober when we got together, but that was kind of like, not, not that wavered quite a bit. And so, you know, I would do [00:15:00] really well and then he would go back to using, and I would just jump off that cliff with him every time.Like I was just like, you know, some, so gung-ho to like maintain this relationship. And we were together for almost nine years. And then we had a series of, you know, just events. We, you know, we tried to have kids weren't able to went through all that and, you know, so I left him and it was after I left him, like I was just hurt and I just felt, had felt like so out of control for so long, and like I had been sober for, you know, about three years at that time.And I relapsed and from the day that I relapsed, I was. Until like six months later, that was when I got arrested. But that's when I started selling drugs and that's a whole nother beast in itself. And, and I don't think I would've ever quit if I wouldn't have gotten arrested by the federal government.De'Vannon: [00:16:00] Yeah. It's interesting. How you're saying so much interesting stuff that I'm taking my notes I can keep up with. Well, traveled of knowledge. It's interesting how that, how that works. When SWAT kicked my door in and came and nabbed at me when I was selling drugs, if there was an odd sense of relief to, to interrupt the, the trajectory that I was on was your.Arrest that dramatic. Was there a SWAT team? You know, how did they get you? Tell me, bring us into the room. Kattie: okay. So like, I, I had people that were getting arrested and like, you know, people were like calling you, like saying, Hey, just so you know, when I got arrested, they were asking me about you. Like they wanted information on you.So they're, they're, they're coming. They're going to, they're going to pick you up at some point. So I knew, but and so I'd been getting stuff in the mail. I'd just gotten a big shipment in the mail and I'm like, all I gotta get rid of all [00:17:00] this. But I I'd already gotten rid of my scale. I'd gotten rid of all the stuff.And like, of course I didn't wanna like rip myself off. So I still had a whole bunch of heroin and a whole bunch of meth in my, in my house. And I was with the guy that I was seeing at the time. And we were just gonna kind of like dump it off the next day. And so we were literally packing our bags, but, you know, we'd just gotten this good meth in the, in the mail.So we're also higher than a fricking kite, really struggling to like get out the door, get going. So I think when they came to arrest us, we we'd been having sex all night. I'm pretty sure that he was maybe wearing like a devil's outfit and like they knocked on the door and like, I'm just like trying to pull it together quick.I had every intention to answer the door, but you know, I'm like, hold on, hold on. But it didn't matter. They kicked in the door, came in guns blazing. It was a whole like federal SWAT team, the whole thing. And [00:18:00] it was, I mean, it was scary. Like it was surreal for sure. De'Vannon: I'm here for the devil costume.Kattie: that whole night, like, it was just too much, but yeah, I wish that I would've like if I could have had like, cameras on, like what that whole situation looked like. I, I don't even know. I can't even imagine De'Vannon: mm-hmm well, maybe you'll write a book one day and we can all read in great details. right. I heard you say heroin.So were you using heroin too? Or were you meth? Exclusive? Kattie: I was meth exclusive. Like my, my sisters used heroin. A lot of people that I knew used heroin and I, I sold it for a short period of time, like, because of the profit margin. I'd never tried it. I was going to at one point, but that same guy that I was dating, like he had been.We'd been up for a [00:19:00] few days doing meth. And he was just gonna do a little bit of heroin and like, and that was the day that I was gonna try it, but I remember him shooting it up and like, I remember him just like falling back and like all his muscles like tightening up and it just scared me so bad. Like it was just like, cause like, I don't think I can do this.Like I just don't need to add another thing to my list, another issue that I'm trying to fight. So I'm really grateful that I didn't end up trying it. Cause I, I do think that would've been another beast for me, but yeah, so I never tried it. I did sell it for just maybe the last few weeks there kind of, I added that to my repertoire.So De'Vannon: yeah, it sucks when they kicked the door in man. So which federal prison were you in? Kattie: So I went to FCI Waka, which is kind of in the middle of nowhere in Minnesota, but closest thing to where I'm at in South De'Vannon: Dakota. So bring me behind the walls of the [00:20:00] prison, because I'm getting oranges, the new black going on, you know, where you like the little you know, Piper running around in there trying to fix shit for everybody, you know, tell us, I want some dramatic prison story trying, stab each other with the saw off toothbrushes.I wanna give it all to me so Kattie: that I was like, I was, I really thought like the one thing that I thought that I was gonna be able to access is cigarettes. I was like, at least I'll be able to find cigarettes there, but there was not one cigarette to be had anywhere. So that was like a true bummer to me.But. And there was the biggest thing in the prison I was at was like relationships. You know, everybody had girlfriends, girlfriend drama, day one. I was like going down to check out like the rec area. And they had like a really big, nice gym. They had like a track and I'm like in the gym, I'm kind of walking on the treadmill.[00:21:00]And then I see these two girls, like down at the other end of the gym and I'm like, oh cool. They're working out together. And then then I was like, oh no, actually they're fingering each other right in the middle of the gym. So that was like day one of prison. And like, I , there was a lot of that. A lot of relationships, there was somebody twerking around every corner that you went down like, and for me, like, it was, it was honestly just.A culture shock. Like I'm from South Dakota. Like I hadn't been around people like from big cities often. And so like, it was a little bit overwhelming for me, like walking in, like having all of these different types of people, but I met some amazing people in person that I really stayed in touch with.And we had a really interesting dynamic in our prison because there is a program there for people who are wanting to transition from female to male. And so [00:22:00] they would send them to our prison and they would get like the hormone therapy, you know, as long as they were going through like the counseling process, which is great.And I think it's a really cool program, but having a male population inside the prison just adds a whole nother level of drama to, to theDe'Vannon: prison. Mm, so much drama . So any killings, any stabbings, any murders that happened behind there? Kattie: There was no killings while I was there. There was, there was often attacks.Like we didn't do like soap in a sock. It was a lock in a sock. So they'd fill up a sock and people with locks. So that happened multiple times while I was there. There was, yeah, no killings while I was there, but definitely I was there with a lot of people who had done some killings. I remember [00:23:00] just like maybe like day three or four.Some lady came down and asked me for sugar and I was like, oh yeah, I have sugar. And she left and it was fine. And I was asking my roommates. I was like, yeah, what's she here for? And they're like, oh, murder. And I was like, oh, and they're like, yeah, if you ask her how many people that she killed, she'll say one too many.De'Vannon: You might be next, I suppose, but , Kattie: it's like, well, I'm glad I gave her the sugar. De'Vannon: right. She might have got cut down over a cube. How was the food? Kattie: Not as bad as I thought it would be. It was just the repetition that killed you because you know, every Wednesday was a hamburger day. Every Thursday was chicken day.Every Friday. It was just the same all the time. But I will say that people, when they have a lot of time on their hands, they get really creative with the commissary food. People were cooking on the irons. Like it [00:24:00] was just crazy. De'Vannon: yeah. I remember that when I was locked up, this guy, he took like a whole bunch of my honey buns from commissary and made it look like a seven layer.Kattie: Yeah, I think my favorite thing was people made potato logs, which I can't even imagine how many calories are in this thing, but like, you take a bag of potato chips and you like moisten it and then like, turn it into like a paste. And then you put like meat and cheese and whatever, like in the middle of it.And then you wrap these potato chips around it and then you put it in hot water. So the inside gets all melty. It's gotta be like 5,000 calories and like one and you just eat it to yourself. But you know, the, the creativity behind that is something De'Vannon: mm-hmm . Were there any drugs and or gangs? So Kattie: the prison that I was at was actually a pretty well managed prison.So this was often the place that people went to when they had got like [00:25:00] disciplinary actions in other prisons, like to kind of like straighten them out. Cause there wasn't a lot of opportunity for like drugs and things like that to get in while I was there, I think it started getting worse. Like after, as I was getting ready to leave, people were getting like drug sent in on paper and things like that, but yeah.De'Vannon: Okay. And I find it cool that you said that they, that they were providing like the hormone therapy and everything for people transitioning. So is this for people who got locked up while they were in the middle of transition or was this for females who decided they wanted to transition while they were already there?Kattie: I am not sure. I don't think that. I don't think that they had to have been going through the process beforehand. I think that if there was that need and that desire and they wanted to do that, like, I think that that was made accessible to them as long as they went through like the therapy program that, that coincides with that.De'Vannon: Right. Cuz as I understand it anywhere you, anywhere you're at no matter locked up or [00:26:00] free, you can't just go transition. They make you go through, I think rightfully so. See some mental health therapists to be sure is what you wanna do, that you calculated the emotional and physical cost and toll and things like that.And then you have that throughout the whole thing. That was one of the most interesting things when I was watching, you know, orange is a new black. Of course, Laverne Cox played, you know, the the trans, you know, character in there. And there was a whole thing, you know, with her getting her you know, her hormones and everything like that and denying it.And it was like a whole shit show. But that's so cool that, you know, I mean, fuck, you know, so this means that some people have better access to trans healthcare behind prison walls than they do out in the fucking community. Kattie: yeah. Yeah. I definitely thought that many times, for sure. And like, they won't take 'em, they don't go all the way through like the operation procedures or anything, but they will do like the therapy and [00:27:00] everything up to that.So, I mean, like for some of those people that were going through that, like that was probably like a blessing that came along with going through prison cuz you sure didn't get it in the dental care. So. De'Vannon: What do you mean by dental care? Like they didn't give y'all dental care behind there. Oh, Kattie: I mean, they did kind of but like, there was no like crowns or anything like that.Like if you had a sore tooth and like, they couldn't just like plug it up with a filling, like they were taking your tooth out. So I did lose a few teeth in prison. We got 'em replaced. It's all good. How De'Vannon: long were you in prison for? I was in for three years. Okay. You were in for three years. Okay. Mm-hmmAnd for you, those of you who have not been arrested darlings, like one day behind jail prison wall feels like an eternity because, you know, think about it. You can't just like walk over to the fridge and get a Sprite or a glass of wine. You can't go. Outside at will or believes I couldn't where I was at.We didn't go outside at all for months, [00:28:00] but you know, you just can't like, go do what the fuck you wanna do when you wanna do it and shit like that. And so three years in the long ass time, so kudos to you for making it out of there. You're a thug ass bitch about my book. You got that mad bread. , you're definitely, you're definitely about that life.Kattie: I was about that life and then I went to prison. I'm like, definitely not, not doing that again. Done. De'Vannon: Okay. So you get outta prison. So you have how many felonies at this point? So Kattie: I had gotten a pardon for my first felony. Because I had, I went to school, got my degree. I was doing addictions counseling prior to my relapse and ending up selling drugs again.So I I'd done a lot of really hard work, but I was still just like engaging in this unhealthy relationship. So that was my only felony I had at that time. [00:29:00] So I got that removed. And then, so now I only have one felony, so that's a blessing, you know, De'Vannon: but right. Cause I think it's cool that you were, you know, sitting where you're at.Well, you know, with gainful employment, me personally, it was a bitch. I have four felonies so that none of them are part and there right there smack dab on my record. Even the one that the grand jury threw out still shows up. And even though it says it dismissed, it's still there. And so, so did you find it difficult to find employment after you got out?Did you know what was life after you got out of prison? Kattie: Yeah. It was a mixed bag for me. So you know, in addition to like the employment piece, which I will talk about, but I I'd gotten married a week before I went to prison. And so I came home and I was married and then I'm living with my husband for the first time in my life.And like, that was like, what, like, what is this? Like, I don't know that I was prepared for all that. So that was like a huge adjustment. And like, I kind of had this thing [00:30:00] in my mind. Like once I get out of prison, everything's going to be okay. But I really struggled. Like, I think I had like a six month period of just like, like an adjustment disorder, like type situation.Like I was just really like emotional and really struggling to like, adjust to like having normal. When I first got out, I worked at a restaurant for a while that some friends of mine own and it was a great experience, but like even there, like I just remember being like, oh my gosh, like all these, like young people are just gonna think that I'm up this pile of shit.Cause I just got out of prison and like, they're, they're just gonna make these assumptions about me, but everybody was so kind and so great. And like just really like supported me and rallied behind me, which really helped, like with rebuilding some of that like self confidence and like just in who I was.And then a few years after I'd been out of prison, I'm like, okay, well I have a bachelor's degree. Like I have like go to work history before all this happened. Like I I'm thinking if I go try to work for like, you [00:31:00] know, Like a social services or like, you know, I don't know, like human services, like where people are helping people that hopefully they'll be forgiving and like, understand that, like I went through this thing, but like that I'm actually really reliable and it wasn't the case.Like I had so many doors just like slammed in my face, the minute that they found out that I had a felony. And like, just even it, they just didn't even give you a chance. And that was like the coolest thing, because I was like hot on the pursuit and I just really wanted to do something where I'm giving back, because that's where my passion is.And that's what I'm good at doing. And I ran across this, the ad for the job at face it together. And like the first thing I thought, like, even when reading the description about the, the organization, I was like, this has to be a joke. Like this sounds too good to be true. And I remember like doing my interview and I was like, okay.So I just wanna cuz and I had too many doors outta my face, so I just wanted to be like open right up the bat. [00:32:00] And I remember just saying like, okay, so I have this felony, I did this time in prison. Like I struggled with this Matthews, like, this is my story, whatever. And they're like, that's great. Like, you have so much experience.You're gonna help so many people. And I was like, oh my gosh, if they don't hire me, I'm gonna die. And they did. And it was like such an amazing, beautiful experience. And that's how I knew I was exactly where I was supposed to be. De'Vannon: And how long have you been there now? Kattie: So I have been here for about a year and a half De'Vannon: now.Okay. And, and how long by your definition would you consider yourself to be a person who was you know, in control of themselves with reference to drug use? Kattie: So it's been this January will be seven years for me since I've used any substances. I quit using the day that they kicked in my door. I had a year on pretrial release.And during that year, [00:33:00] I was just scared. And I just, like, I just knew that, like, this wasn't what I wanted to do. And that was when, like, I surrendered myself to like healing and like reaching out for help developing that support group and, you know, changing my life. De'Vannon: So now you said you, you first went to treatment when you were 15.So that tells me that you had, you've been to treatment all kinds of treatments several different times. So talk to me about the treatment experiences that you have had and then what was different, cause you were a client of. Together. Were you, were you Kattie: ever treated? I was, no. I actually was never a client of face it together.So I, when I went, like I went through the 12 step programs and so like, I wish that I would've been able to have something like face it together because I think it would've changed the whole trajectory because every time that I went to treatment, it was like, you have this narrow path and you have to follow this narrow path and this is what recovery is.And so there wasn't any like, leeway for anything else. So like, when I, you know, like when I wanted to do things [00:34:00] my way, or like when I didn't like connect with this higher power that they thought that I should connect with, like, it's like, I just started like disassociating, like pushing it away. And so I think I went through that process almost every time, you know, like I found that support as a good group of people, but like when I wasn't fitting on that path, like I just felt like I wasn't welcome anymore.De'Vannon: I have to say, unfortunately, that I concur, I don't care for the anonymous movement at all, because it's, it's old, it's antiquated. It's not something that's updated to like the year 20, 22, you know, and all of those anonymous Mo programs are based off of alcoholics anonymous and it's not like they are super original and alcoholics anonymous is an old ass book and it's very like anti-women, and it's very, very pro you know, like God and stuff like that.And so it's not really something that I think is really for most [00:35:00] people, but like you said, it's all that was presented. It's all that was presented to me, you know, and everything like that, you know? And so, and I never cared for it. And then eventually I realized that it was a fear based program. and that they're basically trying to coerce you into remaining sober out of theory, gonna lose everything and every oh, will be, you know, it's like chicken, little, the sky is falling no matter what happens, chaos and catastrophe.And I'm all like, goddammit. You know, now I'm back in the, it made me felt like I was back in the church or in the military again, where any little thing you do is chaos in catastrophe and very, very hyperbolized and very over the top. And, and I'm all like, this is you know, a use of negative energy to control the masses and it, and I don't care for it.And I don't think it's productive in a long term. I think the program becomes an addiction in and of itself. It's all over with people. Kattie: I it's funny that you [00:36:00] reference it that way, that fear based thing, because I think I still carry some of that fear with me. Like, even though, like, I I've outgrown the program, but like that fear, like when something starts to go a little bit wrong in my life, I'm like, oh, here I go again, it's a downward spiral.Like it's all downhill from here. Like, and it's not like that. Like, it's, that's not what my healing journey has been. Like. Like I, I have back steps, you know, that's life. That's how it works. But like, I'm still like on this forward trajectory, like I just really truly believe that people, that people are always striving to be better.And it's just everybody's own process. It's not like we just need to hold on. So tightly to this thing to be okay. And we lose our individuality in that process. De'Vannon: Right. And the statistics don't show that the anonymous movement has been all that damn successful. And then I was watching a documentary. I can't remember which one had this on it.I was watching one called the history of mental illnesses on [00:37:00] PBS, which is divine grade four, four or five hours of your life to spin right there. And another one is called how to change your mind, which is currently on Netflix. Both of them are free. Everyone check them out. Well, I guess if you have a Netflix subscription, but PBS is, is free.Then one of them were saying that one of the guys who helped to start or started the AA alcoholics anonymous movement, actually used mushrooms and sell Sabin to break his addiction before he put out the AA program. But didn't tell anyone about his little room experiment, his little Shroom trip mm-hmmAnd so . You knew of this Kattie: already. It's fine. My husband literally was just telling me about this the other day. He just got done watching how to change your mind. That's the one that it's from. And, and I was like, oh, like, that was definitely something that I never learned, like in going to school and learning all about bill w and the whole thing, like nobody ever mentioned that.De'Vannon: No, they didn't. And it makes me just really angry [00:38:00] because I'm like, so you got this very marvelous deliverance and you used mushrooms to do it, but you didn't tell anyone else what you did was you went and spun a narrative that was very political and very religious, you know, and I'm sure profited from it somehow.And so that's not cool, man. And so that makes me feel like I can't trust anything else. The anonymous movement has put out because you weren't transparent. Mm-hmm , you know, And now the, you know, the research is showing us that we can use LSD and Mein IOSCO, you know, whatever you wanna call it in shrooms and MDMA and all of these things therapeutically, as we did back before, I believe it was FDR created this hideous war against drugs, you know?So, so I just wanted to just say that about the anonymous movement. I don't care for it. I did appreciate the, the self reflection and the best thing I took out of it was that not everything has to [00:39:00] be about me. Hmm. That, that was like the, my key takeaway that has nothing to do with me shooting up crystal meth though.But, you know, you know, like the therapy and the talking was great, but it didn't really do much for my drug useKattie: for me, because I will say I did take a lot out of it and you're right. It is that self reflect. But the thing, the piece that was like, Important for me is the people like that's what I needed is I needed people. You know, coming out of that, because that was a thing that was keeping me going in my use was the people.And so when you are trying to quit that, and you don't have any people, like that's a place you can go and you are welcome. Do you know? And you do have people and support in somebody that you can call. So that was, that was my biggest takeaway from, from the whole thing is just having that place where you can go cry and be like, well, life falling.And they're gonna be like, you know, oh, we got you back. So, I mean, [00:40:00] there are a few good things that come from it, for sure. De'Vannon: A few, a few. Yes . So now we're gonna get more granular and talk about face it together. We wanna talk about particularly, you know, how it parallel, how it's different from the anonymous movement.And mm-hmm, referencing y'all the anonymous movement a lot because when people think about. Drug recovery anonymous is the first thing that pops up in most people's heads. Mm-hmm, not just like harm reduction or really anything, you know, alternative or the use of psychedelics is relatively new compared to how old the anonymous movement is in the foothold that it has on the world.Mm-hmm I liked reading the rational recovery book, which was written as the antithesis of the anonymous movement. I ain't saying I agree with everything in rational recovery, but I do find it to be more rational and more. And more practical. See what I did there. And you know, , [00:41:00] it's more practical and down the earth and just like real people shit than the anonymous movement.And I don't feel like they're trying to cast a spell on me and, you know, voodoo my mind and shit like the anonymous movement. So face it together. And of course y'all wanna put the website to this and the show notes, but if you're just burning hear right now, I'm gonna tell you it's www dot. We face it together.org and they're on Facebook, Instagram, Instagram, Twitter, shit, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.And so, so you you had said like earlier, like you take steps back. Some, sometimes that's a part of life. So when I was re rereading on your website on the face, it together, website y'all have a different term for relapse. It's some other kind of way you describe it. What is that? Kattie: Recurrence of symptoms is a big one that we use.Yeah. Recurrence of use recurrence of symptoms. We work really hard to break the [00:42:00] stigma and some of that, like, I, I just feel like there's a lot of harmful language that's coming. That's came out of like the anonymous movements and you know, the other you know, recovery type things. And so we, we really try to break that, like we don't, we're not gonna make anybody say you're an addict.Like, because that's, you know, like that's such a label and it's such a, a harmful thing. And so we really try to switch that to, you know, I've struggled with an addiction or I've struggled, struggled with problematic use, or I would like to address my use. Like we don't wanna label anybody. We don't want to make it seem like we try not to use.Clean or dirty because that's like an indication that like, if you're one way it's good and if you're the other way that it's bad. And so we just, I really, we try to be very aware of the language that we De'Vannon: use. You're fucking right. I didn't say that shit for very long, even when I was fucking with the anonymous movement, because it just sounded like a negative manifestation.Like isn't the whole point for [00:43:00] me to, to stop being an addict. But are you gonna make me stand here and call myself that just before I can speak? You know, that's very, cult-like like, you can talk, but you must say this negative thing about yourself first, so we can keep you under our thumb, you know? Cause heaven forbid you really get healed because we won't have a program anymore.Mm-hmm , you know, they're just like the church, they like churches and you know, these, these programs don't really want everyone to. Heal because then they would cease to exist. You know, you really don't need to go to a church to learn about God, or at least you might wanna start off that way, but there's no reason to do that for the rest of your life.You know, education, you know, and these in the anonymous movement is no different. I refuse, I would say something like, hi, my name is the van and I'm an addict in recovery or something like that. I had to throw some sort of positivity into it because I refuse to just be like, I am an addict and I will always be an addict.Another thing that fucked with me was that, you know, my higher power is the Trinity and of course everyone can pick their own higher power. Be it [00:44:00] the duck flying in the fucking sky, the chair, you know, your tits or whatever can be your higher power. I'm like, so if I believe in Jesus Christ, he can heal anything.Why the fuck can he heal me of being an addict? And you know, you know, it was just, there's so much shit that has never made sense, but that, that relapse shit. You know, to me, why can't it just be, I made a mistake or I did, or made a mistake in terms of I did what I had intended not to do. Mm-hmm I don't see why it has to be catastrophe, you know, or it has to be this whole like downward spiral, just because you did a thing.Mm-hmm what I learned from my hip therapy training, cuz I'm a licensed heist as well. Was. You have to be careful of the constructs you set up in your subconscious because you're setting yourself up for that. And when you're exposed, every time you stand there, if you call yourself an addict and you listen to the rhetoric, that if you use one thing, you're gonna end up in an institution or you're gonna die, you're gonna jail, you're gonna lose everything.And the only reason you have anything you have [00:45:00] is because of the program, you know, you know, is what they try to tell you. And I'm all like our program wasn't there when I got this job. So I don't know about that. You know, so, and so, you know, and so I'm saying all this to say, if you reinforcing your head, that relapse is the most terrible thing in the world, the way they want you to be fearful of it, when it happens and it kind of tends to happen.If you believe it must be catastrophe and chaos, then it, it will be catastrophe and chaos. Not because it had to be, but because you've already set that up to happen. So you can say something now that's my, Kattie: no, yeah, no, like, just talk about the power of language. Like we that's missed so often. And like, like just the way that this language has been affecting people, like how many times in 12, seven meetings did you hear?If you're not in recovery you're in relapse. Like it's like either one or the other, [00:46:00] there's no middle ground and that scary as shit. Like, okay. So what do I need to do to make sure that I'm in whatever this recovery thing is and like buy their guidelines and I need to do all these things like exactly.Right. Otherwise I'm screwed. And that was like my fear for a long time. And I think with face it together I, my view on addiction, like, even though, like, I didn't necessarily like subscribe to like this 12 step thing before, and I knew there had to be something else, like my view on addiction and wellness and all of that has grown so much since I've been here.But like, I think, you know, the, they always talk about like the, the cycle of the stages of change, you know? And so you go through this and then you get to maintenance and then after maintenance it's relapse, and then it's, you know, pre, contemplation, contemplation, and you're just always going in this cycle.But like, we believe there's an exit. like, we believe that you can get out of this cycle. Like it's a cycle that you're in and then you heal. Like we believe in that healing, which I think is something that really sets us [00:47:00] apart. De'Vannon: I'm gonna read a, a section from your website that I feel like is really, really relevant right now.And from the website that says that the world has one data point for addiction, wellness, sobriety, And y'all on the website. Say we don't buy that. Mm-hmm follows. You say we focus on all aspects of life. We ask our members, are you more hopeful? Is your employment more stable? Are things better at home?These and many other measurements prove that our members are doing better in doing better, not just being sober is what gets people well. So when I read this beautiful statement here, it sounds like a person could be. And you know, when we say harm reduction, that means not stopping all drugs. It means doing them less and less and less until eventually you you're either off of them or you come to a place that you feel like you're in control again.And so it seems like maybe that allowance is being made, made here. It seems like it's not [00:48:00]really defined what sobriety is for each individual. So tell us about this state. Kattie: Yeah. I, I think that's really powerful. Like, so anytime we have somebody come in the door, we have them take our assessment and our assessment.Like it doesn't ask anything about like, what is your drug use? Like now? Like how much are you using? Like, that is not what we think it's important to measure. Oftentimes I believe that the use is a symptom of whatever the actual issue is. So let's focus on those issues. Let's focus on you as a person, let's figure out what it is that your goals are, you know?So, Hey, like I'm using meth. Like, I, I would like to quit using meth, but I, I don't want to quit smoking pot at this point. Like that, that is, I feel like I'm okay with that. Okay. That's great. Let's work with that. Or, Hey, I'm drinking. I'm drinking way more than I would like to. I don't wanna quit. This is what I would like my drinking to look like.All right. Let's work on that. Let's we just [00:49:00] really wanna hear like. What it is that the person wants, and we want to be able to help them accomplish that goal rather than saying, this is, this is a way that you succeed. We honor that success for everybody's really different. De'Vannon: So how this difference from the anonymous movement y'all is like, so you have like a sponsor and all of this, and they're very, like, you can't do any drugs at all, period.Mm-hmm, , I'm, you know, I've never stopped drinking my wine and everything like that. And, you know, I would, you know, my sponsor didn't really ride my ass about that or nothing like that. He would not, for instance, have been open minded to be somebody who smoked weed. I'm like weed is quite legal these days, but you know, the anonymous program last I checked has not changed their language to say that it's okay.They don't give a fuck what's going on, medically, you know? And I don't foresee a a day. Can you imagine the anonymous movement saying Hey, shrooms are okay. And LSD is okay. And MDMA [00:50:00] is okay. That would just everything that they stand for. Mm-hmm but I felt like those people were like so full of shit because.People, you know, you go to these meetings and they're chainsmoking cigarettes outside. And each one of them has their own personal pot of coffee that they can't function without. And you gonna tell me to stop meth, but you can't go a day without smoking two packs of cigarettes and drinking a gallon of coffee.Kattie: Yeah. Yeah, for sure. For sure. And then as you were talking about before, like, you know, they're like, oh, I didn't make it to a meeting all week and now I'm not okay. Like that, that has become their addiction. They, they're not learning how to like function its individuals in society. They're learning how to become dependent on meetings and they're learning how to become dependent on, you know, coffee cigarettes, all of that.De'Vannon: And we're gonna circle back to get on statistics, a little heavier in a couple of minutes, but since you mentioned [00:51:00] that, you know, you feel like some time, but oftentimes a lot of the issues are not the drugs itself, but the problems when I was reviewing the statistics that you have on your website, which is also a very unique approach that you have, you had on their, like the metrics of like income, race and stuff like that.And it seemed like from your clientele, not, you know, people, I think it was like about 42% of the people were like below, like 40,000 a year or something like that. And then maybe only 15% or like in the 90, over a hundred thousand range mm-hmm . So it seems like there's some sort of correlation between like quality of life and, you know, get into a point where you spiral out of control with drugs, you know, and I thought about when I was a dealer, you know, like my higher end clientele, you know, usually we're not.The people you, that, that really, you know, appeared, you know, they, some of 'em didn't come around a lot. Like they only would like do drugs four or five times a year, and then that was it. Or they only did like pills and [00:52:00] stuff like that. They seemed to be more like in control. I did have, you know, one rich, you know, very, very, you know, well to do, you know, client who I think did a bit, much meth, you know, but other than that, most of my high end people seem to keep it together.And I don't know. Do you think that that's because of the better quality of life or Kattie: II've never thought about that before. That's a really alls I can do is give you my initial thought on it because, you know, I think that, I think that there might be some truth to that, that quality of life, but like also. Think about, think about the stigma that you face in being an addict. And so being an addict who also struggles with poverty how further into the margins does that push you?You know, as being a person who struggles with addiction, but has money and prestige in the community, [00:53:00] it's easier to keep your head above water. You know? So I, I that's like the first correlation that comes into my mind, you know, that I can think of. De'Vannon: I concur. So since, so, since your approach is not like higher powered centered I saw the word mindfulness on your website.How does mindfulness play into what you. So, Kattie: you know, I think that spirituality means different things to different people. And so always trying to like any, any members we call clients, members, anybody that walks through the door, they're a member. So any member like I would work with to figure out, like, what does spirituality mean to you?How is that important to you? But also like mindfulness, like how amazing of a skill that is like, how amazing is it to be able to bring mindfulness into your life and help clear the clutter that constant like movement of the mind and be able to focus on the here and [00:54:00] now, and really just reign it back because you know, a lot of times people are using too quiet, just that constant chatter, just that constant activity in their mind.So helping people find that mindfulness and, and what that De'Vannon: means to them. But yeah, hearing you say that reminds me of a client that I had when I was a drug dealer who had some sort of physical ailment that caused him pain. And, and he was like, the only thing that brings me peace is when I do these drugs and I, and I would tell him a lot of meth and G and I was like, okay, well, I'm doing the Lord's work hallelu.So, you know yeah. You know, you just don't know. That's why I don't believe drugs are just bad inherently, you know, mm-hmm and couldn't find physical peace anywhere. Mm-hmm, , you know, at all, except for when he was high on these drugs. So judge it, if you will, but I advise you not to do with people cuz you, you know, God's gonna judge you one day, says let people go.Mm now [00:55:00]Kattie: and, and giving people the autonomy to decide what it is, that's good for their lives rather than like us determining that for De'Vannon: them. Yeah, that's very, very empowering because you're not saying like how so many, I mean, medical facilities, mental health facilities, not just the anonymous movement.When you check in there, they're like you're dumb ass adult fee. We know what's better than you. So set your ass here and do what we're gonna tell you. Mm-hmm then we'll let you leave. When we, when we decide that you're, that you're able to a recurring theme that I saw through your website and when I was researching you was that's like you, there was a time you couldn't see the best in yourself, and now that's a big deal for you is, is helping somebody see what's good in them, even when they don't.So I remember when I was homeless and walking the streets of Houston, I would always walk with my head down and it looking at the ground, it seemed like it took way too much effort for me to either look straight ahead and for God's sakes to look up, you know, like the heaven or anything [00:56:00]like that, I felt so like hollow.You know, as a, as a human, I didn't feel like there was anything left in me at all. There was no light mm-hmm . So talk to us about the, and people had to see that lightened me to, to make me believe that I could actually continue to live. So how important is that? Kattie: so important. I think it's, it's everything, because if people can't see that sense of purpose and value within themselves, like they're not gonna invest in anything if they can't see anything beyond where they're at right then and there.And like, I have, I have a member that just comes to my mind, like right away. And I we're often operating from like a deficit model, you know, like trying to tell people what's wrong with him and what they need to fix. Like, I really want people to understand what's right with them and why they should work forward because they have this to offer.And I just remember him sitting here for our, maybe our like third session. And I was like, [00:57:00]what do you like about yourself? And it was just silent and he could not come up with one thing. Like one thing that was worth him, you know, just even continuing to live for. And, you know, I, I generally don't like to like, feed those things that people like.I want people to recognize it for themselves, but I started telling him the things that I seen in him, and I really started pushing him. And it's just cool because I met with him yesterday and he is getting ready to go to college for data sciences. And he has just grown so much. And like I, he said, things are going pretty well.Like I can see myself doing pretty good and like, he's starting to grow this confidence. And like, just like seeing that transformation as he started to believe in himself, like. I don't think if he wouldn't have had somebody in his corner saying like, if that's the way you wanna do this, I trust you. I trust you.Like, even if it was something that I was like, I don't know if this is gonna work for him, but like, just being [00:58:00] able to say, I trust you. Like, and, and being that first person that believed in him really just changed his life. De'Vannon: Yeah. A little bit goes the long damn way. Especially when you, when nobody around you is acting like they believe in you.I mean, I've been there before, you know, mm-hmm so I wanna talk about the pricing structure and usually I wouldn't get into this, but since y'all have it displayed out on your website for all the world to see I, and I think that transparency speaks to how much you believe in what you do. I think that the rates, if they start at like 80 an hour, something like that, which is on par with mental health, you know, anywhere else that I've been.But you also have programs to help sponsor and pay for this for people if they can't afford it themselves. I think the ver on your website reads like, do you know you have a lot of generous sponsors and stuff like that. I wanted to read a Testament, a Testament though, from someone on your website, her name is Lexi.And what Lexi has to say about this is I'm a single mom. [00:59:00] So about 90% of my disposable income goes to my son. And he is the most important thing in the world to me. But I also knew that I had to get better and I had to figure out what was wrong with me. I was so nervous. I wouldn't get the financial help from face it together, but they said there were lots of options and to not worry about it, it really took the stress away.Mm-hmm so talk to us about how you help people afford what you're offering. So Kattie: we. There's two things that we do. So as you've seen, we're very data focused and we use that data to be able to get grant funding so that we're able to say what we're doing is working. We're making a difference in people's lives.Can you help us not make finances, a barrier for people to receiving the services that they need? So that is one thing that we do, and we do a lot of fundraising as well. We're just getting ready to do a multi-state March. So on September 24th, we'll do something called a March into the light where we do a [01:00:00] symbolic walk into the light.And then we do like a 5k and a fun run. And just this event and we raise money and we just reach out to our community and like ask for the support and this help. And we do a golf tournament every year and we do these big things so that we can be able to provide. Those social good sponsorships to people because you know, it is hard when you want help.And I go onto the prison. I have so many guys there, there, like I was trying to get into treatment. I was trying to get into treatment, but I didn't have the money to do it. We don't want that to be a thing anymore.De'Vannon: Yeah. When I was in rehab, you know, there was a guy who had to stop treatment because the insurance cut off the funding midway, which was like the, one of the most asinine and insane things I've ever seen in this entire.The man's here for help strung out on drugs and, oh, well you gotta go because you know, money's not coming in anymore. So what the fuck do you think's gonna happen? Mm-hmm but I love the fact that you fundraised, I have never met a mental [01:01:00] health or, you know, or emotional support facility that does fundraising like that.And which all are do reminds me of my fundraising days in the military, I used to do all that. I used to host golf tournaments, sell popcorn bowls, burger burns, you know, whatever times of ways. So have your assistance, add my email to the list so that when you do these things, I can send y'all some money.Kattie: Absolutely. We'll definitely add you to our list. We'll take you up on that offer. De'Vannon: y'all throw like social events, like galas or like dances or anything like that, you Kattie: know? We, we don't currently like the March is the March is a kind of a big event that we do. It's open to the public. You don't have to fundraise or, you know, donate to be able to participate.It's just a, an event in honor of people getting well. So that's like the big thing that we do. We. We've done [01:02:00] like a few things in the past. I don't think that we quite got the engagement that we were hoping for in the community at the time, but you know, it definitely is something that we may be interested in doing again in the future.De'Vannon: So there's always room for growth. And I love that. Now I just have a few more questions. Thank you for hanging with me. Yeah. I wanted to, to, to touch on the experience because y'all this website, you must check it out. It is so cool. I love that the color scheme kind of echoes my website a little bit, just the tip screen, you know, and the black on.And and you know, and we were inspired by breaking bad when we designed my website. So, you know, we're all connected here. maybe we'll have lunch with Heisenb

Sobre Carris
Vai a UE ajudar a criar um problema de bitola em Portugal?

Sobre Carris

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 26:48


A Comissão Europeia apresentou uma proposta para acelerar a migração da bitola na Península Ibérica e na Finlândia, onde a distância entre carris é diferente do padrão europeu em vigor na quase totalidade do continente. Mas fará sentido o custo-benefício desta transição tendo em conta que já existe tecnologia para ultrapassar as diferentes bitolas e são elevados os custos para adaptar infra-estruturas e material circulante? E não corre a linha de alta velocidade Lisboa-Porto-Vigo o risco de se tornar numa ilha à parte da restante rede ferroviária nacional? Perguntas a que respondemos neste episódio.

OfficeHours
From CVC to Clockout with Manasa Grandhi

OfficeHours

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 55:06


Join us as we hear Manasa Grandhi discuss her transition from IB at JPM to being an Investor at CVC to finally launching her own company, Clockout. The moderator is our very own Rohit Malrani, Co-Founder of OfficeHours, and formerly SourceScrub and Battery Ventures. This episode covers topics such as: Day in the Life of an investment banker and having your own company / How was your time with J.P. Morgan before CVC? How was the recruiting process into PE? Was it everything you imagined? What prompted you to start your own company? Would you advise others to follow a similar path? Market Analysis – what are you seeing in the market? Both with finance and with Clockout Recommended advice for anyone looking to break into investment banking, PE, or starting their own company Learn more about OfficeHours here: https://getofficehours.com.

Tiro al ARCO
Tiro al Arco 19.09.2022 - Tertulia

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 44:24


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Just Above The Average FPL
FPL 22/23 GW8 Review | Here Comes The SON

Just Above The Average FPL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 75:34


Son gets off the mark in style, GW8 WC's looking strong, GW9 WC's also looking strong. FPL Template potentially could break further with more complications after the IB to come.Both of us with pretty decent scores in GW8.===================================================================This podcast is supported by @CryptoBlockDan on TwitterDan is a personal friend of ours and has done very well in the crypto world, deciding to support our journey with this podcast.If you are interested in getting to know more, head over to Dan's Twitter page and check him out.#adJoin our mini-league!https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/uat148FPL Tips"We distill all of the week's most important #FPL talking points and send them to you in a 5 minute email. Sign-up for free to get the weekly scoop."Subscribe for FREE right here: https://t.co/N5c6PsEvWRhttps://twitter.com/_fpltips_====================================================================Thanks again to all our new listeners, hopefully we give you some entertainment and we can keep getting you back to the pod in the future. Look out for us as we appear on Twitter Spaces throughout the week, look forward to chatting with you all there soon!The podcast is also available on YouTube where you can find us at Above Average

Confessions of a PYP Teacher
C102: Going from a Content Standard to a Local Issue

Confessions of a PYP Teacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 20:23


In the last episode, we ended with the idea of connecting our local issue to our curriculum and standards.  So, I'd like to dedicate this episode to examining possible ways to explore this.  I am providing some tips, but you and your team must decide what best fits for your school and learners.  I love challenging myself in creating curriculum connections that are not so blatant or that we haven't seen.  Isn't this the purpose of inquiry?  See, you are making deeper connections already!Oftentimes, we create curriculum that is segmented by subject areas, even if we are not intentional about it.  It just happens.  Here's something to consider when looking at your curriculum.  We will examine one content standard, so you can truly examine how it's being explored deeper and where you can connect to other content that you must teach.Let's get started!For a written blog post and other resources, visit:   https://thinkchat2020.weebly.com

CFB Nation
College Football Week 3 - Top Game Previews and Predictions

CFB Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 58:01


The action in week three of the college football season is very, very intriguing. There are a number of games the IB team has their eye on. In this episode we preview and make predictions for the following games: Miami at Texas A&M BYU at Oregon Michigan State at Washington Penn State at Auburn Oklahoma at Nebraska Fresno State at USC Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Your Keys to College
Ep. 38 - Three Tips for Parents of Tenth Graders

Your Keys to College

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 10:54


It's not too early to start thinking about college with your 10th grader. As Gina says, 10th grade is a year of motion, moving toward college in ways that are social and emotional and academic. Tenth grade is a chance to build a solid foundation to move into higher level classes, Honors, AP, and IB. It's also an opportunity to talk about what activities are exciting to move into and (perhaps take a leadership role in) and activities that are no longer interesting and could be dropped. We close by talking about looking at the big picture of preparing for college by learning self-advocacy and talking to teachers to find their voice. Thank you for joining us! Please rate our podcast and leave a comment where ever you listen to Your Keys to College.

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Komando Kroketa: el 'Wikiloc' para torpes

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 18:15


En esta página web podemos encontrar más de 300 rutas de montaña en toda la Península Ibérica explicadas paso a paso con fotografías

Roofing Road Trips with Heidi
Jason Stanley - ProCertification is Easier than Ever

Roofing Road Trips with Heidi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 32:51


Heidi J. Ellsworth road trips to Dallas, Texas to visit with Jason Stanley, CEO of IB Roof Systems about how they are making ProCertification from National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) more assessable than ever.  In July of 2022, IB launched a program with industry leaders to provide easy assessment for ProCertification at their Dallas, Texas headquarters.  They are on a journey to assess and hopefully certify up to 64 installers a day and show that the roofing manufacturing community can make a huge difference for roofing professionalism.  Jason talks about how they launched the assessment program and their plans for helping installers get assessed and hopefully certified across the country.  It is a true story of stepping up to make the right things happen for the industry. 

IB Matters
The IB Student Experience with Jiana Shah

IB Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 41:41


The IB student experience is much more than the Diploma Programme student completing exams and heading to university with a strong resume of academic accomplishments. The entire IB framework begins preparing students in pre-school and continues to use age appropriate practices to encourage life-long learning, inquiry, conceptual understanding, and global awareness.Our 14 year-old guest, Jiana Shah, has been an IB PYP student since kindergarten and is now a year 4 MYP student preparing to take on the DP in a couple of years. Jiana shares her love of learning, her dreams for the future and her gratitude for what her IB education has prepared her to do. I don't think you will find a better endorsement for the IB than to simply listen to Jiana and to imagine how the world will be a better place with more students like her in it.IB Matters WebsiteDo you have a question for Jiana? Contact her by emailing us at IBMatters@mnibschools.org

Radio Victoria
Christian Jongeneel en El Despertador

Radio Victoria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 26:06


El nadador solidario, Christian Jongeneel, ha estado en Radio Victoria tras su reto de atravesar el Mar de Alborán. Como les hemos contado, el rinconero quiso ser el primer nadador en la historia en cruzar desde la Isla de Alborán hasta las costas de la Península Ibérica, en torno a 100 kilómetros y 24 horas de natación. Tras casi 12 horas de travesía, Chris tuvo que abandonar al entrar en un banco de medusas lo que le provocó innumerables picaduras junto a los efectos secundarios de las mismas. De cualquier manera, Jongeneel no desestima volver a intentarlo, ha insistido en que su proyecto de Brazadas Solidarias continúa más vivo que nunca y se ha mostrado “muy orgulloso de ser de Rincón de la Victoria y del apoyo constante de los rinconeros”. Escuche la entrevista a Christian Jongeneel en El Despertador de Radio Victoria con Roberto López en el siguiente enlace…

The Leading, Language and Literature Podcast
Trevor MacKenzie - Inquiry-Based Learning

The Leading, Language and Literature Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 56:40


This is the latest in a series of podcasts where I focus on a particular part of English instruction or English related matters in detail. In this episode I'm talking with Trevor MacKenzie. Trevor is a world-renowned speaker and author and is best known for his work with inquiry based teaching approaches. As an IB educator, inquiry is a word, strategy or concept that comes up on a daily basis with students and colleagues. Given its fundamental role within the MYP and DP, getting Trevor on to ask him questions and learn from his experience was a massive privilege.  We discuss,  1. What is the best literary text he's ever read, taught or been taught?  2. What does an inquiry classroom look like and sound like in Trevor's experience?  3. Typically what would be the ratio between need-to-know or non-negotiable skills/knowledge and the inquiry process time wise?  4. How do teachers strike a balance between non-negotiable exam / coursework specification in English and student passion? 5. What are the difficulties or challenges Trevor's faced with asking students to design their own assessment in middle-school? 6. What Trevor thinks of statements of inquiry and real world assessment in MYP unit planning. 7. And finally, what Trevor thinks of the increasingly popular explicit instruction over the inquiry approach.  From beginning to end, this conversation continually clarified things I'd heard about the inquiry approach and left me with plenty of considerations for how to enhance my own approach to the classroom. Thanks again to Trevor who spoke concisely, passionately and transparently throughout.  If you want to be kept up to date on when educational chat like this happens, then be sure to subscribe to the podcast and/or follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisjordanhk (@chrisjordanhk) Links: https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Fallen-Feathers-Racism-Northern/dp/1487002262 (Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City) by https://www.amazon.com/Tanya-Talaga/e/B0881Z3SKN/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 (Tanya Talaga) Trevor's https://www.amazon.com/s?i=audible&k=Trevor%20MacKenzie&ref=dp_byline_sr_audible_1 (books) Kath Murdoch's https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOj5Szd2ZD3rHMcOZOcGgQ (YouTube Channel)

Confessions of a PYP Teacher
C101: The Properties of a Local Inquiry

Confessions of a PYP Teacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 14:54


Welcome to our new series on local and global inquiry.  After the book club on “Getting Personal with Inquiry Learning” by Kath Murdoch, I wanted to extend my thinking towards making local and global connections to our inquiry.  This seemed like the natural next step.   When I think of local inquiry, my mind immediately shifts towards place-based learning.  There are numerous definitions of what it is.  I have two favorites from Edutopia and University of Liggett School: Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning. Let's enjoy this experience of exploring the properties of local inquiry. For a written blog post and other resources, visit:   https://thinkchat2020.weebly.com

The Scouting Report
Tremaine Edmunds - Buffalo Bills

The Scouting Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 12:16


2018 1st round pick playing in his 5th season in 2022. The Buffalo Bills starting IB.

IB Matters
ATL's Episode 8: Our panel discusses how to make the ATL's work for you and your school

IB Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 59:34


This episode is the eighth and final episode in a series of podcasts we are doing on the IB Approaches to Learning Skills (known as the ATL's) which are at the core of all four International Baccalaureate Programmes. This episode is a sort of panel discussion looking at the big idea of using approaches to learning as a framework within IB to deliver the promise of an IB education as captured in the IB mission. My guests are Adrian von Wrede-Jervis, Nigel Gardner and of course John Harvey who has developed and led this series. With this episode we are taking time to look at what might be missing, what might be done better, and what each of you in an IB school can do to make the Approches to Learning more useful to your teachers and students.From Nigel: Integrating ATLs with concepts - here is the link to the framework that I was referring to: https://www.repurposedlearning.com/post/the-my-place-in-the-story-modelLinking with CASEL - 5 areas of social and emotional competency https://casel.org/fundamentals-of-sel/what-is-the-casel-framework/Have ATL questions? Ask John using this form. IB Matters WebsiteThe IB Organization has resources on their webpages to support your learning about the ATL skills. Here is one link you may use to explore on your own.

Especialistas Secundarios
Especialistas Secundarios | Conoce la “Ultra trail asfaltado de carretera golpe de calor crazy race”. Una competición extrema en Los Monegros

Especialistas Secundarios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 4:08


Ibón Peyote, deportista extremo, nos presenta hoy una competición ultra bestia que consiste en correr a través de Los Monegros al mismo tiempo que asfaltar una carretera

Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 360: 08 de Septiembre del 2022 - Devoción matutina para Jóvenes - ¨Ejemplos y enseñanzas¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 4:09


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA JÓVENES 2022“EJEMPLOS Y ENSEÑANZAS DE LAS ESCRITURAS”Narrado por: Daniel RamosDesde: Connecticut, Estados UnidosUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church   08 DE SEPTIEMBRE CONFIÓ EN SU PROPIA FUERZATodavía agregó el filisteo: «En este día, yo desafío al ejército israelita. Que venga uno de sus guerreros y pelee contra mi» (1 Samuel 17: 10).LA HISTORIA HUMANA REGISTRA NUMEROSOS CASOS DE HOMBRES que confían en sus propias fuerzas por encima de todo. Los pretorianos, una comunidad de soldados romanos de élite, fueron por siglos temidos y odiados por su poderío de guerra. «En el 27 a. C., Augusto creó su propia guardia personal, la guardia pretoriana [...] Eran tropas privilegiadas, pues recibieron un salario que triplicaba el de los otros soldados y su alistamiento era por dieciséis años en lugar de veinte [...] Fueron quienes, tras haber obtenido en el asesinato de Calígula, aclamaron a Claudio y la guardia imperial fueron siempre en el centro de complejas vicisitudes que siguieron a la muerte de Cómodo» (Ada Gabucci, Grandes civilizaciones: Roma , p. 68).Si el filisteo Goliat hubiera vivido en tiempos de los romanos, probablemente hubiera formado parte de este cuerpo privilegiado de soldados. Sus tres metros de altura, los 55 kilos de la armadura que protegía su cuerpo, su tremenda espada y una lanza con punta de hierro que pesaba más de 7 kilos, lo hicieron sintiéndose sumamente confiado al desafiar a Israel. Su enorme figura y sus palabras altaneras provocaron tal desaliento en los israelitas, que la Biblia añade que todos se quedaron «atónitos y se llenaron de miedo» (1 Sam. 17: 11).El gran problema con Goliat y que también tuvo la guardia pretoriana, es que olvidaron o ignoraron que es Dios el que da «el reino, el poder, la fuerza y ​​la majestad» (Dan. 2:37). Así como Dios sacó a David para derrotar a un hombre que parecía invencible, fue Septimio Severo quien licenció a los pretorianos «al llegar a Roma y los sus constituidos por militares extranjeros reclutados en las regiones de lliria. Constantino disolvió definitivamente el cuerpo de pretorianos en el 312» ( Ibíd ).En tu caso, ¿confías en tu capacidad, inteligencia, astucia o fuerza, o dependes de Dios en todo lo que haces? ¿Eres de las personas que con arrogancia creen que todo lo pueden, o con humildad te expresas: «¿Si el Señor quiere, viviremos y haremos esto o aquello?» (Sant. 4: 15)El Señor te invita en este día a que confías plenamente en su poder, porque si lo haces, tu vida estará llena de grandes victorias. La crianza de tus hijos, tu relación matrimonial, los emprendimientos laborales y cualquier proyecto que realices, muestra que eres un triunfador porque el Todopoderoso estará a tu lado. Acepta la invitación del Señor y confía en él.

La Ventana
Especialistas Secundarios | Conoce la “Ultra trail asfaltado de carretera golpe de calor crazy race”. Una competición extrema en Los Monegros

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 4:08


Ibón Peyote, deportista extremo, nos presenta hoy una competición ultra bestia que consiste en correr a través de Los Monegros al mismo tiempo que asfaltar una carretera

Humor en la Cadena SER
Especialistas Secundarios | Conoce la “Ultra trail asfaltado de carretera golpe de calor crazy race”. Una competición extrema en Los Monegros

Humor en la Cadena SER

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 4:08


Ibón Peyote, deportista extremo, nos presenta hoy una competición ultra bestia que consiste en correr a través de Los Monegros al mismo tiempo que asfaltar una carretera

Linha Avançada
Ó Kyrgios, és um granda maluco

Linha Avançada

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 7:16


Maccabi Haifa na Luz no início da semana de jogos europeus, ainda a novela Ricardo Horta e... Mundial 2030 na Península Ibérica?

Irish Breakdown
Breaking Down The Crazy College Football Week 1 Action

Irish Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 64:08


Week one of the college football season was wild. The IB team looks at the weekend's action, including some fun discussion about LSU's loss to Florida State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Confessions of a PYP Teacher
C100 (Book Club): My Personal Inquiry Journey

Confessions of a PYP Teacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 19:45


We all have something that we are wanting to invest in ourselves that we have put off, because we are too busy, too tired, or overworked.  Take the time to invest in yourself.  There is only one you. In this episode, I'm getting more personal than I have ever been to set my goal and hold myself accountable.  For a written blog post and other resources, visit:   https://thinkchat2020.weebly.com

PREP Athletics Basketball Podcast
Everything You Need to Know About NCAA Eligibility Feat: Holly Smith Abbott

PREP Athletics Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 59:16


On this week's podcast we are joined by Holly Smith Abbott.  Holly ran track and cross country at Wofford University before working in compliance at the University of Richmond.  From here she went to work for the NCAA as the Assistant Director of International Academic Certification in the Eligibility Center at the NCAA National Office. She was responsible for validating and certifying the academic credentials of prospective international student-athletes from around the world. Holly has fifteen years' experience in evaluating international academic credentials.  In 2014 she left the NCAA and started her own consulting company called, International Credential and Sport Advising LLC.  In this episode we talk about so many informative topics to include common eligibility mistakes high school student-athletes make, defining an IEP, appeals to the NCAA, the IB degree, translating international transcripts, and much more.  This is a must listen to find out more how NCAA eligibility works.  Connect w/ Holly:Website | https://www.internationalcredentials4sport.com/Email | hollysmithabbott@gmail.com Connect with Cory:Website | https://www.prepathletics.comTwitter | https://twitter.com/PREP_AthleticsInstagram | https://www.instagram.com/prep_athletics/Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/PrepAthleticsEmail | coryheitz@gmail.comPhone | 859-317-1166 Subscribe to the PREP Athletics Podcast:iTunes | https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/prep-athletics-podcast/id1546265809?uo=4Spotify | https://open.spotify.com/show/6CAKbXFiIOhoHinzsReYbJAmazon | https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/3c37179d-3371-47f9-9d97-fd569e8802a7/prep-athletics-basketball-podcast #AmazonMusic Google Podcasts | https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80M2YwZTZkMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw About Me Cory Heitz is the Founder and President of PREP Athletics. He has been helping place players into the right fitting prep schools since 2008. Cory completed a post grad year himself before playing in a D1 basketball program, so he knows the pressures that players and families face when trying to get to the collegiate level. That's why he started this podcast, which is to share his wealth of information to those looking to reach their college basketball goals.  

Confessions of a PYP Teacher
C99 (Book Club): Reflecting on the Process & Taking Action

Confessions of a PYP Teacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 15:57


After this book study, I decided to try something different.  Instead of picking random goals for my action plan, I pulled quotes from each week and partnered them with the enhanced PYP types of action: participation, advocacy, social justice, social entrepreneurship, and lifestyle choices.  I chose 3 or sometimes more quotes that resonated with me and placed them in a column.  At the end, I created a menu of options.  My next task is to choose ONE goal from each column to work on this school year.  Now, let's go through the process together and you choose which one resonates with you. To be honest, it might be easier to read the blog post for this one, but we're still gonna try it out!  I'd have paper and pencil ready too. For a written blog post and other resources, visit:   https://thinkchat2020.weebly.com

CFB Nation
Week 1 Prediction - Georgia vs Oregon, Utah vs Florida, Cincinnati vs Arkansas

CFB Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 34:34


The IB team previews and makes predictions for the biggest college football games of week one. We talk #11 Oregon vs #3 Georgia, #7 Utah playing at Florida, and finally the matchup of #23 Cincinnati at #19 Arkansas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

rEvolutionary Woman
Kavita Tanna – Founder of Globally Reconnect

rEvolutionary Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 59:47


Today's guest is Kavita Tanna. Kavita is guided by the famous philosophy accredited to Mahatma Gandhi, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Her mission is to connect with like-minded individuals who wish to empower learners through inspiring, interconnected, and globally-minded holistic education. Kavita is a master educator and creative designer of integrated curriculum units, weaving impactful learning experiences, wellbeing, curriculum standards/ learning outcomes (state, IB, Honors, AP) and UN Sustainable Development Goals into unified experiences that restore joy to learning and teaching. She co-facilitates Project-Based Learning workshops and coaching sessions, linking staff to learners, educators, and experts around the world. As the cofounder of Educatio Rad School with Emily Post and Nick Salmon, Kavita helped launch Montana's first project-based, experiential learning school built upon the values of kindness, acceptance and peace, uncovered through her listening process. In webinars, workshops and long-term partnerships, Kavita co-designs learning experiences and coaches educators with the roles they play in shaping the identities, attitudes and behaviors of learners, offering practical ideas for supporting discovery, exploration and meaning-making; building the foundations for global and intercultural-mindedness. Through her work as a passionate advocate and mentor for social-emotional-ethical intelligence and wellbeing integration in learning at all age levels, including parents, educators and administrators, her vision is to see holistic wellbeing practices embedded into global competence education. To learn more about Kavita: Website: https://www.globallyreconnect.org/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kavita-t-985309153/

Best Film Ever
Episode 137 - Inglourious Basterds (w/ BFF of the BFE: Juleen)

Best Film Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 208:58


They're not in the prisoner-takin' business; they're in the Nazi-killin' business.  Join your favourite TransAtlantic podcasting crew: Ian, Liam, Ethan, and Georgia as we're heading to Nazi-occupied France courtesty of BFF of the BFE, Juleen. We're looking to pay off our debt of 100 scalps in our 137th episode as we discuss: Lists of first thoughts for the roles of Hans Landa, Donny Donowitz, and Archie Hicox Why is the Netflix logo for IB different from the one on the movie poster We talk about how this film has not only 1 but 2 all-time great scenes in it There's a great deal of debate about consent in film and how real is too real Why does Landa let Shoshanna go when he could kill her so easily in Act I? Is this the best Quentin Tarantino ever? Juleen joins us fresh from a trip to NYC where she was doing a cityblog for Mom Is Always Write Media Why does QT always have to work the n word into his script in some way? How do you count to 3 on your fingers?  We compare. Whether or not Inglourious Basterds is the Best Film Ever Catch more of Juleen on her podcast, "It Goes Down in the PM" at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/it-goes-down-in-the-pm/id1533055739 Catch Juleen's video content at Mom Is Always Write Media at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChRCGiE6vcWjlVKN7WMc0nw   Become a Patron of this podcast and support the BFE at https://www.patreon.com/BFE We are extremely thankful to our following Patrons for their most generous support: Rev Bruce Juleen from It Goes Down In The PM Lina Oberholzer Ensign Ian Davies Chris Pedersen  Katie McRae Duane Smith (Duane Smith!) Randal Silva The Yeetmeister Nate The Great Cheezy (with a fish on a bike) Andy Dickson Holly Callen Buy some BFE merch at https://my-store-b4e4d4.creator-spring.com/ Massive thanks to Lex Van Den Berghe for the use of 'Mistake' by Luckydog.  Catch more from Lex's new band, The Maids of Honor at https://soundcloud.com/themaidsofhonor Also massive thanks to Moonlight Social for our age game theme song.  You can catch more from them at https://www.moonlightsocialmusic.com/ Timestamps for this episode: 0:00 - Opening Banter 3:40 - Reflections & Corrections 9:45 - Shoutouts 16:15 - Deep Dive 1:32:00 - We're joined by Juleen 2:19:20 - Endgame

IB Matters
ATL's Episode 7: Self-management Skills with John Harvey

IB Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 34:09


This episode is the seventh in a series of 8 podcasts we are doing on the IB Approaches to Learning Skills known as the ATL's that are at the core of all four International Baccalaureate Programmes. It is our goal to give you a coherent, sustainable, values aligned strategy to implement ATL Skills in your school. This episode features teaching Self-management Skills. In the podcast, John Harvey described how he moved some of the Self-management Skills around to optimize teaching 'States of Mind' in the different IB Programmes. Here is a link to his award winning spreadsheet so you can see how he did it: John Harvey's States of Mind Continuum FrameworkWe are also offering an opportunity for interaction. Below, you will find a link to a Google form where you can ask questions. We will take a few minutes at the end of each episode to answer questions you have about the ATL's in your context. John will continue to respond to your questions after these episodes are produced, so please feel free to pose your questions anytime.SMARTER Goals LinkPOMODORO TechniqueEISENHOWER MatrixExcerpts from the Episode 2 and 3 podcast notes to connect with 'States of mind' and 'Reflection':Here are the 11 models John suggested. Take a look and pick one or two (or more) that fit you and your school. Links to each model can be found in the Continuum Framework document.Locus of ControlPomodoro TechniqueGuided MeditationDr. Rob Bell's 8 Ways to Build PerseveranceMichelle Borba's 6 R's of Bullying PreventionProf Steve Peters Control Your Inner Chimp5 Levels of Self TalkCarol Dweck's Growth MindsetIKIGAISMARTER GoalsLance King's Failing WellEpisode 3 - Thinking Skills In the podcast, John described how he prefers the Gibb's Relective Cycle. You can learn more using this link.John also mentioned the 'Thinking Skills Across the Continuum' document he has compiled. Here is a link to that document. Be sure to check out all the tabs in the spreadsheet to access Critical thinking, Creative thinking, Information transfer, and Reflection & Metacognition.Have ATL questions? Ask John using this form. IB Matters WebsiteThe IB Organization has resources on their webpages to support your learning about the ATL skills. Here is one link you may use to explore on your own.

Financially Independent Teachers
Episode 79-Brandon and Dave Chat with Millionaire Math Teacher About EV's

Financially Independent Teachers

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 51:29


This summer, Dave and his family rented a Tesla Model 3 and drove it to Dave's IB training in Tampa Fl. The trip was 750 miles each way and we had lots of charging stops along the way.  In this episode, Dave discusses his experience driving a Tesla for the first time and the Millionaire Math Teacher joins us to talk about what his experience as a Tesla owner has been like. As more EV's hit the road, this is an important discussion to have if you are looking at a new to you vehicle in the next 3-5 years. 

IBN
YGAMF Pod: Facebook bans, Hoodrat gat, Rodman to Russia?Where did Brady go?

IBN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 57:40


The Commish and Actively Lazy take on the week in sports and the IB sports group. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ibnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ibnetwork/support

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia
Peor «que cualquier otra historia de crueldad»

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 4:01


(Día Internacional para el Recuerdo del Comercio de Esclavos y su Abolición) Dos siglos atrás Carlos Darwin publicó el libro titulado El viaje del Beagle, en el que describe sus cinco años de travesía por el mundo. A lo largo de ese libro, «como también en las numerosas cartas que envió a familiares y amigos entre... 1831 y... 1836, Darwin relata... anécdotas y reflexiones sobre los lugares que va conociendo y sus habitantes», escribe Ana Pais en un artículo publicado por el diario BBC Mundo en 2019. De niña Ana soñaba con ser naturalista como Carlos Darwin, pero terminó más bien explorando el mundo como periodista, trabajando inicialmente en los diarios uruguayos El País y El Observador, y posteriormente como reportera del servicio de noticias en español de la cadena británica BBC.1 «Dado que 42 de los 57 meses que el HMS Beagle pasó navegando fueron en aguas sudamericanas, la mayoría de las historias provienen de Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Ecuador, Perú y Uruguay, los incipientes países de la región que visitó —señala la periodista uruguaya—.... El primer destino... en América del Sur fue la ciudad brasileña de Salvador de Bahía, uno de los principales puertos de tráfico de esclavos. »“Darwin estaba horrorizado” por lo que observó allí —escribe la historiadora de la ciencia inglesa Janet Browne en su libro titulado [Carlos Darwin: Navegando]—. La esclavitud “despertaba en él unos poderosos instintos humanitarios”, algo que compartió con sus abuelos, padre, hermano y hermanas, todos los cuales tuvieron un rol prominente en el movimiento abolicionista británico en los siglos XVIII y XIX, agrega Browne.»2 Más adelante «en El viaje del Beagle, Darwin cuenta una “anécdota...” que en el momento lo impactó “más que cualquier [otra] historia de crueldad”. Durante su estadía en Río de Janeiro... [al intentar] darle unas indicaciones a un negro esclavo... [el joven inglés dice que] “en un esfuerzo por hacerle entender, hablé en voz alta y gesticulé, y al hacerlo, pasé mi mano cerca de su cara”. El hombre se asustó y pensó que iba a ser golpeado. “Nunca olvidaré mis sentimientos de sorpresa, disgusto y vergüenza al ver a un hombre grande y poderoso con miedo a recibir lo que pensó sería un golpe dirigido a su rostro. Este hombre había sido entrenado para una degradación inferior a la esclavitud del animal más indefenso”, concluye Darwin.3 Irónicamente, como resultado de leer el libro titulado El origen del hombre que publicó Darwin treinta y dos años después, en el que aplicó a los seres humanos su teoría de la evolución, muchos de sus adeptos alrededor del mundo en el siglo veinte se convencieron de que los negros evolucionaron de los gorilas más fuertes. Y con eso justificaron el racismo, la opresión y hasta el genocidio de la tal raza inferior.4 Gracias a Dios, quien nos creó a todos iguales, muchísimos de esos darwinistas se arrepintieron. Pero aún hay muchas personas que, ¡en el umbral del juicio final!, no le han pedido a Dios que los perdone por semejante pecado mortal.5 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 Ana Pais, «“El viaje del Beagle” de Charles Darwin: 5 anécdotas poco conocidas de su recorrido por América del Sur», BBC News Mundo, 30 mayo 2019 En línea 8 marzo 2022; «Ana Pais», Editora digital senior, Reino Unido, Linkedin , En línea 8 marzo 2022; «Ana Pais, Uruguay», Beca Gabo periodismo cultural En línea 8 marzo 2022. 2 Ana Pais, «“El viaje del Beagle” de Charles Darwin». 3 Ibíd. 4 Ken Ham, «Darwin’s Garden» [El jardín de Darwin], 11 diciembre 2008, Traducción mía En línea 8 marzo 2022 (Capítulo 1 del libro One Race, One Blood: The Biblical Answer to Racism [Una sola raza, una sola sangre: La respuesta bíblica al racismo] por Ken Ham y A. Charles Ware (Green Forest, Arkansas, E.U.A.: Master Books, Revisado y actualizado junio 2019). 5 Gn 1:27; 5:1-2; Nm 15:15; Job 33:6; 2Co 5:10; Gá 3:28; 1Jn 1:9; Ap 20:11-15

IB Matters
ATL's Episode 6: Social Skills with John Harvey

IB Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 40:03


This episode is the sixth in a series of 8 podcasts we are doing on the IB Approaches to Learning Skills known as the ATL's that are at the core of all four International Baccalaureate Programmes. This episode features teaching Social Skills.My guest is John Harvey, an experienced IB coordinator who has led this work in multiple schools. It is our goal to give you a coherent, sustainable, values aligned strategy to implement ATL Skills in your school.We are also offering an opportunity for interaction. Below, you will find a link to a Google form where you can ask questions. We will take a few minutes at the end of each episode to answer questions you have about the ATL's in your context. John will continue to respond to your questions after these episodes are produced, so please feel free to pose your questions anytime.In the podcast, John referred Belbin Team Roles model for developing social skills Here is a link to learn more. I also mentioned I would list the nine Belbin Team Roles here in the podcast notes:The Social roles:Resource Investigator, Teamworker and Co-ordinatorThe Thinking roles:Plant, Monitor Evaluator and Specialist  The Action or Task roles:Shaper, Implementer and Completer FinisherIn the podcast John talked about ways to help students catch up on the skills they may have missed building during the pandemic. Here are a few links to learn more.COVID-19 and education: The lingering effects of unfinished learning | McKinseyThe pandemic has had devastating impacts on learning. What will it take to help students catch up?The Economic Impacts of Learning LossesHave ATL questions? Ask John using this form. IB Matters WebsiteThe IB Organization has resources on their webpages to support your learning about the ATL skills. Here is one link you may use to explore on your own.

NotiPod Hoy
Las dudas de los anunciantes sobre la publicidad en audio

NotiPod Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 5:37


Lo esencial que debes saber: Los retos de la medición en audio. La Asociación Podcast de España revela los finalistas a los premios 2022. Avanza la demanda de Oprah contra dos podcasters novatos ¿Cómo evitar conflictos legales con el uso de propiedad intelectual en un pódcast? Reutiliza inteligentemente el contenido de tu emisora en tus pódcast. ¿Cómo los editores están innovando con el audio y generando más ingresos? Audio-Technica lanza el nuevo micrófono de condensador de estudio AT2020USB-X. El bot, Otter Assistant, del servicio de transcripción de Otter.ai. estará disponible para usuarios gratuitos. Scribd lanza su primer pódcast original en español. Pódcast recomendado Roma Aeterna. Es un programa que va revisando la historia de Roma desde sus fundación. Conoce sus mitos, sus gentes, sus grandes momentos y descubre que no somos tan diferentes a ellos. Conducido por Ibán Martín.

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia
«De esclavo a catedrático»

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 4:01


(Víspera del Día Internacional para el Recuerdo del Comercio de Esclavos y su Abolición)  Se contó su historia en una comedia del dramaturgo renacentista sevillano Diego Jiménez de Enciso. Era la historia de la vida de un esclavo afroandaluz de ascendencia del Subsahara que, en el palacio donde prestaba sus servicios a la familia del primer Duque de Sessa, aprendió a leer de forma clandestina, escondido tras las puertas de una habitación en la que un maestro enseñaba las lecciones al nieto de aquel Gran Capitán. Sin embargo, «es una historia fascinante porque no es un sueño; es la verdad. Encontré los documentos que lo prueban», le dijo la profesora de Antropología Histórica Aurelia Martín Casares a la periodista sevillana Ángeles Lucas del Diario El País en 2016. En aquel entonces la respetada catedrática dirigía, en la Universidad de Granada, un seminario sobre esclavitud, mestizaje y abolicionismo en los mundos hispánicos, y había acabado de publicar su obra al respecto titulada Juan Latino: Talento y destino, acompañada de un cuento para niños sobre el mismo tema para que les sirviera de ejemplo de superación personal.1 Juan Latino vivió en Andalucía en el siglo dieciséis, y su gran ingenio y espíritu luchador resultaron en que fuera liberado por sus amos, estudiara, se graduara como bachiller en Artes y le fuera otorgada una cátedra de Gramática en la Universidad de Granada. Y por si eso fuera poco, ¡se casó —por amor— con una mujer blanca de alta alcurnia! Con eso «conformó una de las primeras parejas mixtas legalmente constituidas en España —afirmó la antropóloga histórica—. Y fue el primer afroeuropeo que escribió obras de creación literaria en latín erudito, el primer humanista afroespañol, y el primer etíope que se dirigió con ironía a los blancos.... Incluso Cervantes alabó su manejo del latín.»2 No es de extrañar entonces que lo elogie Cervantes en el prólogo de El Quijote y que lo cite también Lope de Vega. Y en su libro la profesora Martín confirma que existió un retrato de Latino encargado por Felipe II para la Galería de Hombres Sabios del Alcázar Real de Madrid. «Cada vez estoy más convencida de que, cuando uno cree algo, debe seguir adelante, como hizo Juan Latino.... Él es una fuente de inspiración. Su figura supone un antídoto contra el racismo, que rompe con los estereotipos biologicistas y anima a avanzar en la justicia social», concluyó la investigadora académica.3 Sea cual fuere nuestra condición social y el color de nuestra piel, si bien para ser verdaderamente libres y superarnos espiritualmente no es necesario que tengamos el talento de Juan Latino, para alcanzar nuestro destino eterno sí es necesario que tengamos un benefactor como lo fue el dueño de Latino, quien lo apoyó para que pudiera entrar en la Universidad de Granada. Pero, gracias a Dios, basta con que le pidamos a Él que sea nuestro Benefactor divino y que nos adopte como hijos suyos para que, cuando llegue el momento de ingresar, nos dé franca entrada en su universidad celestial.4 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 Ángeles Lucas, «De esclavo a catedrático», Diario El País, Sevilla, 29 diciembre 2016 En línea 5 marzo 2022. 2 Ibíd. 3 Ibíd. 4 Jn 1:12; 8:32-36; Ro 8:15; Gá 4:4-7; Ef 1:5; 2:19; 1Jn 3:1

Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 358: 23 de Agosto del 2022 - Devoción matutina para Adultos - ¨Nuestro maravilloso Dios¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 4:19


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA ADULTOS 2022“NUESTRO MARAVILLOSO DIOS”Narrado por: Roberto NavarroDesde: Chiapas, MéxicoUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 23 DE AGOSTO¿QUÉ SIGNIFICA ACEPTAR UN CRISTO?«Si alguno está en Cristo, nueva criatura es: las cosas viejas pasaron; todas son hechas nuevas». 2 Corintios 5: 17¿QUÉ SIGNIFICA ACEPTAR A CRISTO COMO SALVADOR? Comenzamos por decir lo que no significa, tal como lo ilustra AW Tozer. Cuenta Tozer que en una ocasión se encontró con un grupo de predicadores en el restaurante de un hotel hablando sobre lo que significa aceptar a Cristo. En medio de la conversación uno de los predicadores dijo que llevaría a una persona a Cristo era lo más fácil del mundo, y ofreció dar una demostración.Cuando el mesonero se acerca, el hombre le pide un minuto de su tiempo. Entonces le pregunta si es cristiano. Cuando el joven responde que no lo es, el predicador le pregunta si le gustaría serlo. Cuando ahora responde que no ha pensado mucho en eso, ¿qué le dice el predicador?-Todo lo que tienes que hacer es aceptar a Cristo en tu corazón --le dice. -Pues... entonces... creo que sí —responde el mesonero.Al final de la conversación, el predicador da gracias porque el joven ha aceptado a Cristo, y le pide a Dios que lo bendiga «en su nueva vida». *¿Aceptó realmente a Cristo ese joven? ¿Entendió lo que significa la preciosa sangre de Jesús, derramada en la cruz para el perdón de los pecados? ¿Alguna señal de tristeza por los pecados que crucificaron al inocente Hijo de Dios? ¿Alguna señal de conversión? ¡Por supuesto que no! Según escribe el mismo Tozer, aceptar a Cristo significa establecer con él «una relación salvadora que es a la vez revolucionaria, completa y exclusiva». **Revolucionaria, porque implica, no solo una mejora, sino una transformación total de la vida. Completa, porque ningún aspecto de la vida del individuo queda fuera del proceso de cambio. Exclusiva, porque el amor a Cristo deja de ser un interés entre muchos, para convertirse en el motivo en dominante la vida del cristiano. ¿No es esto lo que dice nuestro texto de hoy? «Si alguno está en Cristo, nueva criatura es: las cosas viejas pasaron; todas son hechas nuevas».«No es suficiente creer acerca de Cristo; debemos creer en él. La única fe que nos salvará es la que le acepta a él como Salvador personal; que nos pone en posesión de sus méritos. [...]. La fe salvadora es una transacción por la cual los que reciben a Cristo se unen a él mediante un pacto» (El Deseado de todas las personas, cap. 36, p. 318; énfasis añadido). Santo Espíritu, obra en mi corazón una transformación completa. Santifica mis gustos, mis motivos, mis aspiraciones, en armonía con tu voluntad, y que mi amor por Cristo no sea uno entre muchos, sino el amor supremo de mi vida.*AW Tozer, Cristo, el Hijo Eterno, Christian Publications, 1982, pp. 128-129. **Ibíd., pág. 132.

CFB Nation
2022 ACC Football Predictions

CFB Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 63:55


The IB team makes predictions for the ACC Coastal and ACC Atlantic Divisions. We go team by team and then make our conference title game predictions and league MVP picks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Es la Mañana de Federico
Entrevista a Ibón Tallada, fisioterapeuta y docente

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 10:32


Yésica Sánchez entrevista a Ibón Tallada creador del dispositivo de emergencia Look Warning, que cuenta con un sistema de alerta sanitario autónomo.

Claima Stories with Bimma
EP 66: Ibrahim 'IB' Hamad, President and Co-Founder of Dreamville

Claima Stories with Bimma

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 43:56


After moving around the world as a kid, IB quickly fell in love with hip hop and basketball when his family ultimately settled in Queens, NY. It was that love of basketball that would lead him to meet his best friend and business partner J.Cole. Hooping with Cole at St.John's University, led to them building a bond that would lead to IB encouraging the young rapper to pursue music, so they put together a mixtape. That mixtape was The Come Up. As the music started to catch fire amongst the blog scene, they named themselves Dreamville. In 2007, IB and J.Cole founded their own record label, Dreamville Records with the vision of making sure everyone felt like family.Co-Founder of Claima and Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging creatives and entrepreneurs of color about how they were able to build their own tables by turning their hobbies, side hustles, and ideas into thriving small businesses. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers by stepping into the world of entrepreneurship. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, James Whitner and more. Follow Claima Stories and Bimma Williams on Instagram: @claimastories @bimmawilliamsAnd watch us on Youtube powered by Vista