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Navigating The Modern World
Episode 133: Greed, Ignorance, and Hatred

Navigating The Modern World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 32:15


In Buddhism they talk about the 3 Evils: Greed, Ignorance, Hatred and how these are the three things that keep us in suffering. This episode is filmed in three parts, I hope it all goes together! If not please just listen for the golden nuggets that are for you! Enjoy!

The Good Word
NOV 28 - Known Ignorance

The Good Word

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 4:04


Admitting we still need to learn is the first step to humility.

Healthpreneur Podcast
Financial Ignorance is NOT Bliss

Healthpreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 17:25


In this episode I want to share with you a quick lesson that will save you a tremendous amount of money and how not to make this particular mistake in your business.If you're ready to take the next step in growing your health business, go to ➡️ https://healthpreneurgroup.com/show for our free training that has helped our clients grow.If you've enjoyed this episode, we'd love for you to write a review.  Go to ➡️ https://www.ratethispodcast.com/health

We're No Experts
Rerun - Episode 9 - Sometimes You Want to Live Where Everybody Knows Your Name

We're No Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021


What TV show would you most like to live in? Partially inspired by the neverending Cheers rewatch.

Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha
Ep. 236 - (Group Learning Program) - Chapter 8 - Transforming the Three Poisons: Craving, Anger, and Ignorance

Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 139:00


(Group Learning Program) - Chapter 8 - Transforming the Three Poisons: Craving, Anger, and Ignorance Gotama Buddha's Teachings to eliminate craving, anger, and ignorance are known, for good reason, as The Three Poisons, The Three Unwholesome Roots, and The Three Fires. Also known as (greed, hatred, and delusion) or (desire, ill will, and confusion). These are The Three Poisons that exist and are present in the mind as part of rebirth into the human realm. It is our goal, through these Teachings, to eliminate these three poisons through practice of non-craving or generosity, non-anger or loving-kindness, and non-ignorance or wisdom. To attain Enlightenment, one would need to completely eliminate The Three Poisons. In this Podcast, David will help you understand The Three Poisons, how they cause you problems in life, and how to eliminate them from the mind. ——- Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha Dedicated to the education of Gotama Buddha's teachings to attain Enlightenment. https://www.BuddhaDailyWisdom.com (See our website for online learning, courses, and retreats.) Group Learning Program - LIVE Interactive Online Classes, Book, Audiobook, Videos, Podcast and Personal Guidance https://bit.ly/GroupLearningProgram The Words of The Buddha - Pali Canon in English Study Group https://bit.ly/PaliCanonStudyGroup FREE Book - Developing a Life Practice: The Path That Leads to Enlightenment https://www.buddhadailywisdom.com/freebuddhabooks Facebook: https://bit.ly/DailyWisdom-Facebook YouTube: https://bit.ly/DailyWisdom-Youtube Podcast: https://bit.ly/DailyWisdom-Podcast Support our efforts to share the teachings of Gotama Buddha with you and worldwide for all people using this link. https://www.buddhadailywisdom.com/supportbuddha

Simple Truths with Pastor Xavier Ries
Ignorance About Spiritual Gifts (1 Corinthians 12:1-11) B

Simple Truths with Pastor Xavier Ries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Simple Truths with Pastor Xavier Ries
Ignorance About Spiritual Gifts (1 Corinthians 12:1-11) A

Simple Truths with Pastor Xavier Ries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Actor Nor Comedian
Actor Nor Comedian Ep.3- Is Ignorance Bliss?

Actor Nor Comedian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 43:14


Connor and John discuss the real life use of ignorance and how it's necessary but also dangerous. Exclusive content Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/actornorcomedian linktree: https://linktr.ee/ActorNorComedian

Deep Thoughts Radio Show
DTR S6 Bonus: Following Ignorance

Deep Thoughts Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 81:26


The public is drunk on newly discovered claims of “science.” Some have a history of exploring avenues with great detail and testing. They think for themselves and question everything, and…Continue readingDTR S6 Bonus: Following Ignorance

I Hardly Know Her!
059: Recourse & Support for All Sides of the Triad

I Hardly Know Her!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 32:54


This episode features Cara Walsh, a social work veteran and adoption specialist with A New Beginning Adoption Agency. We talk about what support tools and strategies can best serve each member of the adoption triad as they work through an incredibly emotional and life changing experience. “Ignorance is a lack of knowledge,” so we hope that this episode gives you a boost of new information that will help you be a good supporting role for friends or family in your life who are touched by adoption. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/meganmccaleb/message

The Michael Berry Show
Ignorance Abound | AM Show Hr 2

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 34:47


Two Guys and A Girl
Ignorance Has a Cult-like Following

Two Guys and A Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 61:10


Hey everyone! This week (without Mimi) Big J and Wally B have a great one-on-one discussion. We talk a bit about Aaron Rodgers' bad decisions, we explore our most annoying pet peeves and try to figure out why some people think 'Critical Race Theory' means anything other than 'teaching history the way it actually happened.'

Haven Baptist Church Podcast
Off Mission - Hindrance - Ignorance

Haven Baptist Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 59:28


Off Mission - Hindrance #3 - Ignorance 1 Corinthians 10: 1-13 Recorded November 14, 2021

Shores of Ignorance
Ep 94: We're in the Wild West

Shores of Ignorance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 82:09


This episode was recorded in Marathon, TX on our second annual Shores of Ignorance retreat, where we spent time reflecting, planning, and thinking about the future. Episode Links: Pomp/Saylor Episode https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pomp-podcast/id1434060078?i=1000541221946

PM Mood
Mass Media and White Ignorance

PM Mood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 44:21


The mainstream media enables and emboldens the narrative of the oppressor. Support Woke AF Daily at Patreon.com/WokeAF to see the full video edition of today's show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MCCGP Podcast
Friday Khutba: Ignorance is Deadly

MCCGP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 36:46


Friday November 12, 2021 Ignorance is Deadly - on the dangers of ignorance in this life and the Next, and the different forms of ignorance and how they are remedied.

The Michael Berry Show
Friday Show - Full Of Ignorance | AM Show All In

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 106:53


Bhakti Quest
Out of Ignorance

Bhakti Quest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 82:58


Stay tuned for daily classes!

Annoying Question Boy
What the f U c K even IS the Left?? An episode on combatting inactivity, hypocrisy, ignorance and white chauvinism w/Bands of Turtle Island!

Annoying Question Boy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 58:24


In this episode I was lucky to have host of Bands of Turtle Island, Zitkato, onto the show to discuss how Indigenous people are commonly left out, not only of the discussions surrounding revolution, especially here in the Settler-Colonial State we now call "the United States". I was so happy to finally be able to do this episode, I've been listening to the show for a long time and Zitkato is one of the most intelligent people I know! This was such a good conversation and I feel I have so much more to learn, so I hope to be able to do this again soon! Go subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, leave a rating and a review, and also go become a patron or patreon (whatever the fuck the proper term here would be) which can be found on Patreon under "Zitkato's Research and Podcasting". Or, if you'd like to do a one-time donation, please do, their cashapp is @bandsofturtleisland :)

We're No Experts
Rerun - Episode 8 - We're Norm Experts

We're No Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021


Talked quite a bit about norms in this one, with particular emphasis on bathroom norms. The secret origin of the Bathroom Break.

One Minute Scripture Study
555: Ignorance Isn't Bliss, D&C 129-132

One Minute Scripture Study

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 3:07


Would it be better NOT to know God's commandments so you wouldn't be judged as harshly at the Judgment Day?    It turns out no.  And the reason is because of two words: "from" and "for."  Listen in to find out more!   And make sure to check out our brand new FHE-on-the-Go, a done-for-you Family Home Evening podcast now available for absolutely everyone!   For sign up details click here:   https://kristenwalkersmith.com/fhe-on-the-go/

Gospel in 5mins
Freedom & Ignorance

Gospel in 5mins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 5:29


How can a believer be in this world but not be of the world? Listen and be inspired

Utah Outcasts
#363 - The United States of Ignorance

Utah Outcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 133:25


Hey folks! We are back to wish you a happy November! Thank you all for humoring us for our week off so we could do some bonding time with family and friends! Anyways, welcome back to the Utah Outcasts!  Our show has never played by anyone's rules and we talk about what we want to talk about. This week features X with his stalwart compatriots Felicia and Kyle. We've got a massive episode for you enjoy so join us won't you? TOPICS THIS WEEK Fair Fuel UK boss blames “militant cyclist” for marking his house as petrol station on Google Maps Facebook Planned to Target Six Year Olds to Compensate for Teen Departures North Idaho Has A New Wingnut News Source, And It's A Doozy 1899 Coeur d'Alene labor confrontation SECRET SHOW TEASER Not included on this episode but is currently live on Patreon exclusively for the next six months, X had a few news items about Ted Cruz and Louie Gohmert that he REALLY wanted to get to. The first one up is about Teddy somehow making a public nude beach a sticking point in his politics. It's followed up by Gohmert talking about how we NEED fossil fuels more than ever because...reasons! Thank you for listening, we'll catch you next week! Email: Mailbag@UtahOutcasts.com Voicemail/SMS line: (347) 669-3377 Instagram: Click Here Facebook: Click Here Twitter: Click Here YouTube: Click Here OPENING SONG – AKnewGod “Break the Veil” used with permission CLOSING SONG – Teknoaxe “Race Between the Spires” used with permission BUY SOME MERCH!!! Subscribe via iTunes Support us via Patreon Support us via PayPal Join the Discussion?

Right Start Radio with Pastor Jim Custer
God's Wisdom Reflected In God's Judgement - Part 1 of 2

Right Start Radio with Pastor Jim Custer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021


“We don't know a millionth of one percent about anything,” said Thomas Edison. Ignorance about the universe is not our problem; science begins with the confession, "I don't know." Our problem is that we won't admit our ignorance, and so we're trapped in the darkness of our own speculations and "fudge factors." Humility is required, whether we want to learn about physical realities or spiritual ones. And in that humility we'll find wonder, and we'll learn to worship the Only Wise God. Listen to Right Start Radio every Monday through Friday on WCVX 1160AM (Cincinnati, OH) at 9:30am, WHKC 91.5FM (Columbus, OH) at 5:00pm, WRFD 880AM (Columbus, OH) at 9:00am. Right Start can also be heard on One Christian Radio 107.7FM & 87.6FM in New Plymouth, New Zealand. You can purchase a copy of this message, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, for $7 on a single CD by calling +1 (800) 984-2313, and of course you can always listen online or download the message for free. RS11082021_0.mp3Scripture References: Romans 11

The Right to Reason
Do Morals Come From God with Robert L. White

The Right to Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 53:12


Robert L. White claims morals come from God.  I rebut and claim that they come from evolution, neurology, sociological development, and concepts of philosophical objectivity such as Rawls's Veil of Ignorance.    Find Mr. White's website @ https://www.robertlwhite.net/  Watch his' YouTube channel @ https://www.youtube.com/c/RobertLeeWhite  Check out Feedspot @ https://www.feedspot.com/  Support this broadcast @ https://www.patreon.com/right     And learn more @ https://www.therighttoreason.com/   MORE LINKS BELOW: WEBSITE: https://www.therighttoreason.com/ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/right TWITTER: https://twitter.com/righttoreason1 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/therighttore... ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-... PODBEAN: http://therighttoreason.podbean.com/?...   #robertlwhite #morality #robertstanley 

RAD Radio
Rob's Soapbox - Privilege? Ignorance? Racism? All of the above?

RAD Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 9:20


It's amazing how just one word can take a seemingly innocent question and turn it into, at best, an ignorant position of privilege, and at worst, complete and total racism.In the aftermath of NFL Wide Receiver Henry Ruggs killing a woman and her dog while driving drunk in the early morning hours along the streets of Las Vegas at speeds as high as 156 MPH, a listener sent an email asking the following:“After reading about Ruggs a couple days ago, and listening to what you reported to us all…it saddens me that the NFL doesn't have professionals trained to work with these young…men coming into the NFL…could the lives of this girl and her dog have been saved if there was some sort of guidance given to Henry?”In and of itself, it's an innocuous question and a good one. The truth of the matter is, that the NFL does, and has for decades, held days-long orientations for rookies entering the league and recently, expanded their program to start mentoring college football players. The potential superstars are taught money management, the trappings of fame, how to stay out of trouble, and given the roadmap to prosperity, all of which is commendable considering so many of the young men who wind up in the NFL find themselves, suddenly, at the age 20-ish, millionaires. https://nflcommunications.com/Pages/NFL-Announces-Expanded-Rookie-Transition-Program.aspxhttps://frontofficesports.com/nfl-college-rookie-transition/ Sadly, no amount of “education,” will prevent the inevitability of life, as we see with our own eyes daily. Had that been the end of the email, there'd be no story here, and no soapbox. Sadly, that wasn't what the email said. Rather it read as follows in its entirety:“After reading about Ruggs a couple days ago, and listening to what you reported to us all today, It saddens me that the NFL doesn't have professionals trained to work with these young black men coming into the NFL. Maybe I'm wrong and there is, but if not could the lives of this girl and her dog have been saved if there was some sort of guidance given to Henry? Her family and all that were involved in the accident are grieving. I don't know much about Henry or how his upbringing was, I just wonder if all this could have been avoided if there were things put in place to help men like Ruggs who recently signed million dollar plus contracts.” To put it kindly: What the F%*K you say?Full disclosure; I'm married to a black woman and freely admit that issues of race are a hot button for me. In fact, the RAD Radio show got this email on Thursday, and I intentionally ignored it to give myself time to ruminate on it and make sure I wasn't overreacting to it. By Sunday morning, I woke up more pissed than when I first read it.Clearly, based on the insertion of the word “black,” white and Hispanic young men coming into the NFL don't need any training or guidance because they already have all of the skills needed to “life” in a legal, responsible manner. Just ask Ben Roethlisberger, Ryan Leaf, Aaron Hernandez, Jared Allen, Sebastian Janikowski, Richie Incognito, Matt Prater, Mark Chmura, Barrett Robbins, Todd Sauerbrun, Eric Naposki, and dozens of other non-black NFL players who have beaten their significant others, driven drunk, had sex with underage babysitters, assaulted, sexually assaulted, and even murdered people.https://bleacherreport.com/articles/719049-the-nfl-all-arrest-all-pro-teamhttps://www.business2community.com/sports/27-active-nfl-players-who-have-been-arrested-multiple-times-01325152 Yet clearly, we need to train and guide only the ignorant and already inherently dangerous black boys. Lovely.Approximately 70% of NFL players are African American, yet, despite all of the attention that comes with it, the arrest rate for NFL players is lower than the standard arrest rate for the entire American population. That's odd; you'd think a league dominated by hoodlums with brown skin would be setting the curve. http://www.nflarrest.com/It's easy and lazy to say that the letter writer is just naïve and/or that he didn't mean anything by it. If he didn't mean anything by it, he wouldn't have inserted the word “black” into his email. While it's true that he may be so misinformed that he can only think of black NFL players that he's heard of that have gotten in trouble, the fact that he then deduces and implies that only black players get in trouble or, put another way all young black men are trouble is nothing short of racist.Not to mention the very end of his email; having already established that he's only concerned about young black men coming into the league, his solution is to “put something in place to help men like Ruggs who recently signed million dollar plus contracts.” Like, for example; this year the first two draft picks in the NFL were Trevor Lawrence and Zach Wilson, who received $24 and $22 million each, respectively in signing bonuses. They're both 22 and white so they're of no concern. But, uh-oh…That dastardly third pick in the draft was Trey Lance, who at the age of just 21 was given $22 million dollars for signing his contract and…guess what? He's black! And, by definition, young! Oh my God I can hear the shrieks of horror all around me. Certainly something has been put in place to help him! How in the world can we just hand a grown man that much money when he's black? That's just irresponsible. We should probably tell him that we'll hold onto that $22 million and give him just what he needs for living expenses until he's say, 30. Oh wait, his mom is white, so he's only part black. He probably doesn't need as much guidance as the other fully black young men.As we sit in awe at the embarrassing spectacle that is Aaron Rodgers this week and his total loss of credibility and any sort of respect he had left, it's ironic that people want to focus on those darn ghetto ass black men. And don't even try moral equivalency arguments like “Aaron Rodgers didn't kill anyone.” For starters, three of those white NFL players in the earlier list are murderers. Secondly, the truth of the matter is that Aaron Rodgers MAY have been responsible for someone's death by lying to his teammates and the media about being “immunized” and not following the protocols the NFL has in place for non-vaccinated players. As stupid as so much of our reaction as a nation to Covid has been, it's still killed more than 700,000 people and is a deadly virus to plenty of players' parents or immunocompromised relatives. And the most relevant analogy to this story is the fact that short of Tom Brady, there is no player as prolific in the NFL as Aaron Rodgers. He was on the short list to host Jeopardy permanently for God's sake! The Ruggs story is despicable, but it's essentially already a memory. His career is over, he's going to go to jail for a long time and in a couple years, no one will remember his name. Rodgers is a Hall-of-Fame shoo-in who, for 5 days and counting, has been the epicenter of all NFL coverage as we watch him lie, squirm, whine, and make things worse by the day, clearly distracting from the image the league works so hard to maintain. Most importantly, I haven't gotten any emails asking why the NFL doesn't train and guide young WHITE men to tell the truth.Clearly, I'm being hyperbolic and am not suggesting Rodgers and Ruggs are on morally equivalent ground, but I couldn't resist.Perhaps the better comparison would be Britt Reid. While not a player, he was a coach in the NFL, and had been since he was 21 years old. Fortunately, though, the trappings of fame and money weren't a jarring experience for him since his father was already a highly successful multi-millionaire. Plus, talk about a “system put in place,” to help guide a young man in the NFL, Britt Reid spent his entire career in the NFL working for and beside his father, Andy. And of course, they're both white, so there was no need to worry about anything in the first place. Other than the fact that Reid was involved in a multi-vehicle crash on February 4, 2021, just a few days before Super Bowl LV. Reid was on Adderall and had a blood alcohol concentration of .113. The five-year-old passenger in the car Reid struck was in critical condition and spent ten days in a coma and on April 2, 2021, roughly two months after the crime, the five-year-old girl was released from the hospital, still unable to walk or talk and being fed through a feeding tube.But hey, let's make sure we keep an eye on those young black men coming into the NFL.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Faith Community Bible Church
The Mystery of Unbelief

Faith Community Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 38:04


Introduction People see what they want to see, especially when it relates to the image that we have of ourselves. For example, a person might think they are pretty smart. Then they run across someone who is leagues more intelligent and super well-read. And that creates this mental discrepancy because the view of self isn't matching reality. As so that person might resolve that dissonance by saying, “I'd read way more if I had more time.” Or a person might think of themselves as a really good driver, but then they get in an accident that is their fault. And then out come the excuses. “I mean the sun was super bright. Even the best driver in the world would have got in an accident.” Humans have this incredible drive to preserve consistency in their internal world. The reason I start with this is because Jesus was the ultimate cognitive dissonance generator. Here's how. The Pharisees and Sadducees, just like you and I and every person who's ever lived, believe they are pretty much good people and that because of their goodness they deserve good things. I deserve to be treated nicely because I am pretty solid. That's a pretty deeply held conviction by most people. Jesus comes along and says, “Whoa to you Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites. You white-washed tombs. Unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Scribes and Pharisees you're toast.” Are we as good as we think? The gospel message challenges that deeply held belief in a pretty major way. The message of Jesus Christ is that you are actually a very bad person. Far worse, in fact than you even realize. Like far, far worse. So bad, in fact, that you deserve eternity in hell. That would be the only just and suitable way to atone for how bad you really are. Now you want to talk about cognitive dissonance? Wow. That is snapping breakers in my brain like a chain reaction of mousetraps. How are you going to remove that dissonance? Well, if you kill the messenger, kill the judge, if you destroy the one who is messing with your beloved self-conception, then that harmony can be restored. This is the motive that is driving the crucifixion drama. Today in the text we are going to see the squirming that happens when that dissonance is felt. Review We are in John chapter 12 this morning. John 12 opens with what is known as the Triumphal Entry. Sadly, it's more tragic than triumphant. Why did we say that? Recall the scene: Jesus rides into Jerusalem to the shouts of, “Hosanna, save us! Save us! King Jesus!” And you'd expect that to be kind of a high water mark in the ministry of Jesus. What's Jesus' reaction? He weeps. Those are tears of tragedy. Why? Well, Jesus says why. “Oh Jerusalem! Would they have known the things that made for peace. But they are hid from your eyes.” In other words, you can't see what the real problem is. You want peace. You need peace. You have serious, serious problems, but you are chasing symptoms. You are looking for solutions in all the wrong places. You are barking up the wrong tree. Here's what Jesus observed: Israel sought peace through changed circumstances. They wanted a political leader who would remove the external problem. The crowds wanted a military genie. Someone who could knock off Rome and start a political Utopia. And Jesus weeps because he knows that without dealing with the problem on the inside you can never deal with the problem on the outside. Without creating internal peace, you'll never get external peace. That is why Jesus was weeping on the way into town. Would you have known the things that make for peace. You're not even close. They had a Messiah of their own making who existed in their imagination. They envision him as their cosmic genie. Jesus disappoints these expectations. Remember, when Jesus reaches Jerusalem some Greeks approach and say, "We want to see Jesus." And Jesus says, in verse 24 He's saying, “I'm going to die.” Your Savior is going to save by dying. Still want to follow me? And this language of death is plainly stated where we left off from the previous week. Now apparently those listening understood exactly what he was saying because they respond with these words. Now I want to point out something here that is quite interesting. Jesus has been claiming to be Messiah for 3.5 years. That claim is powerfully attested to by miracle after miracle including the recent raising of Lazarus. Now he is saying in clear language, “I about to die.” That fact is also very clear. He had said it with blindly clarity just a few days earlier. It's obvious. It's plain in the text. But those two claims laid side by side create massive dissonance. Jesus claims to be Messiah. Jesus claims he is going to die. How can both of these things be true? How are you going to resolve that dissonance? One of those claims has to go. My internal world is screaming at me right now. And you get two opposite reactions. You get one reaction from the crowd and another from the disciples. They both feel the dissonance but they resolve it opposite ways. The Disciples The crowds understood Jesus was referring to his death. Just the fact that the crowds understood him - that fact, I think is amazing. Jesus spoke of his death to his disciples in far more plain terms than these and yet when Jesus actually did die, they were bewildered, shocked, dumbfounded. They acted as though this was totally unexpected. White with shock. And yet here when the average person, the run-of-the-mill Gentile, the backwater Jew, heard these words they understood exactly what he was saying. When Jesus said plainly to the disciples he was going to die, they could not accept that. Remember Peter? “Far be it from you Lord!” Too much dissonance. They loved the advantage they experienced as members of the inner circle. It was a massive threat to their conception of Messiah. So they just ignored the plain words. The disciples solve the cognitive dissonance by striking that claim. Nope. He must be talking about spiritual death. The Crowds But the crowds have the opposite reaction. They resolve the tension the opposite way. The claim is he's Messiah. The claim is he's going to die. Well if he is going to die, he must not be Messiah. The Messiah must live forever. Why? Because the Son of Man in Daniel 7 doesn't die. If you die, you can't be Messiah. Dissonance resolved. That's what's going on here. Now their reasoning is sound. The fact that Messiah remains forever is very much derived from the OT. When Messiah comes, he establishes an everlasting kingdom. The OT is littered with these sorts of promises. In fact in Daniel 7, where Jesus draws this title son of man, look at what it says: Daniel 7 So do you see the dissonance? You claim to be the son of man. Isn't the whole point of the son of man to setup and everlasting kingdom? Isn't that how Messiah is going to solve our problems, by reigning forever? Their question is totally legitimate. Now look at how Jesus responds to them. It's almost a non-response. It's almost ignores them completely. Who is this “Son of Man” Anyway? Now why would Jesus answer this way? Because Jesus knows something about unbelief. Jesus understands that their is a theology behind unbelief. Jesus sees beneath the surface and can detect what's really going on. He knows that belief is much more an issue of the heart than the head. The motive behind their question, “Who is the Son of Man?” is not intellectual pursuit of academic integrity. Jesus has demonstrated from every conceivable angle that he was in fact who he claimed to be. They just won't allow the claim. That won't allow that fact to factor into their mental model of reality. Too much dissonance. You might think, “I would never do that,” until I give you some examples. Have you ever just kind of lost discipline in your eating and you have this hunch that you are probably gaining a few extra pounds and you walk by the bathroom and you see the scale and you stare at it. And it stares back at you and kind of mocks you and you wonder what it would say and you sweat and then you just shut the door. Why don't you step on the scale? Because you don't want to face reality. You know that stepping on the scale will create cognitive dissonance between your mental conception of self and reality. You want to believe you weigh what it said last time. Ignorance is bliss. So you'd rather keep your internal world consistent than be forced to reckon with whatever number shows up. Why don't I arm wrestle my son? I'll tell you why. Because I know I will lose but I like to think that I could still beat him. I don't want to face the facts. You see, my heart loves an image of myself that I am defending and protecting. If I step on the scale or lose my arm wrestling match it creates dissonance because now this piece of data doesn't match this beloved internal image of myself. So if I just avoid situations where I am confronted with that sort of thing, lie to myself, create excuses, reasons why I am the exception, justify, rationalize, I can preserve my self-image. That's why we said, “Belief is far more a function of the heart than the head.” If we love something enough, we won't let the facts influence us. There's actually a theology behind unbelief. That's why Jesus answers their question the way he does. Who is the son of man? Jesus give us more data. We aren't sure. We need further convincing. Jesus knows that is not the case. They don't need more information. They just don't like the information they have been given. Look at the way John phrases it back up in verse 34 it says the crowd answered, “Who is this Son of Man?” What does it mean that the CROWD answered? Did someone count off, 1…2…3.. and then the crowd chanted the question in unison? No, John is capturing the spirit. And the spirit of the masses is they don't want to believe. They are looking for reasons NOT to believe in the face of indisputable evidence. All the information points in one direction. They just don't like the information. Let me give you another example: When your child comes up to you and says, “Mom, can I watch a movie?” “Well, you've already watched a movie today.” “But my brother is watching one.” “Well, you're brother hasn't watched a movie yet.” “But you said yesterday that if I did all my homework I could watch a Disney movie and the movie I watched wasn't a Disney movie.” “Well, okay, I did say that. You should have used that opportunity to watch the Disney movie. Maybe tomorrow you can watch the Disney movie we talked about. Remember we said, that much media isn't good for you.” “Last week you let me watch two movies and I'm fine. So why not now?” “Because I said so.” Winning this argument is not a matter of aligning facts and information, is it? Your child doesn't need more information. They just don't like the information. It's a matter of the heart. Suddenly you realize it's an issue of submission. Consider it: Jesus has just raised a man dead four days in the ground. You want to know what the right response is to that? Answer: whatever he says. Whatever that guy says, I believe. You don't start peppering a guy like that with questions. You don't start trying to show him your vast knowledge of the OT with the hopes of illuminating possible inconsistencies. You stick a microphone in his face and you hit record. And you start scribbling notes as fast as you possible can. You fall on your face and worship. Jesus has given them all the evidence they need. The miracles prove that I am the light of the world. So follow the light. Stop talking and start listening. Follow me. And we know this is the right interpretation because look at what he says next. What were they being asked to believe? Two things that seem to be at total odds. Jesus is Messiah. Jesus is going to die. Can't be. One of them has to go. Now, we know from our vantage point that those things go together. But from their vantage point they couldn't possibly see how. It's the same cognitive dissonance of Abraham. Through this son, Isaac, I promise to make a great nation. Now go sacrifice him. How? It's the same cognitive dissonance Mary and Martha experienced. This is not a sickness that leads to death. Then Lazarus dies. And it's the same cognitive dissonance we experience. Trials and conflicts are our version of this. We have two truths that seem like they can't go together. God if you loved me, why would you allow all this difficulty in my life. Why the disease? Why the conflict? Why the pain? And yet, there we have it in words as plain as day. God causes ALL things to work together for good. What's the proper response when God reveals truth. Act on the truth. That's what it means to walk in the light. Even if there's all sorts of dissonance, press into that. Like you're almost excited. Wow, I can't wait to see how this resolves! I'm pressing hard into this. I'm going to pray even more. I'm going to dig deep here. Now the disciples are asked to believe the impossible. Jesus said, "I am the Messiah promised to reign forever on the throne of David. I am going up to Jerusalem to die.” Either he won't die. Or he's not Messiah. Can't be both. And everyone is trying to solve that dissonance in different ways. The disciples say, no, no, he is Messiah. He is the promised one who will rule on David's throne forever and I know he's talking about dying. Maybe he's talking about a spiritual death or something. Just ignore that part. Clearly he's got miracle working power. Focus on that. The crowds say, he's predicting his death. He can't be because the Messiah doesn't die. The Pharisees say, well clearly he's not Messiah but we have this annoying problem that his miracles kind of prove he's from God. I know, let's destroy the evidence. They try and murder Lazarus. “Though he had done many signs before them, they still did not believe.” You see, belief is more a matter of the heart than the head. Even in the face of a bald face miracle, even in the face of an indisputable, no kidding around miracle, the kind of miracle that causes you to pee your pants, they can't believe. Now John goes on to say, this kind of rejection was predicted by the prophet Isaiah. John is quoting from the famous passage in Isaiah 53. It's the introductory line of this incredible suffering servant prophesy. This is the prophesy that predicts Jesus being led to the slaughter. He was silent before his shearers. His clothing was divided and lots cast for it. And this incredible prophesy begins with the prophet picking his Jaw up off the floor. Isaiah 53 In Isaiah's prophesy of the coming Messiah, he's just shocked, utterly shocked that the people would reject the Messiah after the ARM and the POWER of the Lord has been revealed through him. In other words, the message of the Lord and the POWER (arm) of the Lord went forth without response. God came in the flesh and they rejected his plain words. Now you might think, man, I would believe anything God told me. I would never reject the plain words of God. Well, that's about to be tested. We are about to have a bit of cognitive dissonance of our own. A thinking reader might ask, how could a whole nation reject the miracle working God-man? Some explanation must be given for the large scale unbelief that we see in Jesus day. How could so many see the works of Jesus and choose to reject him? How is it that the same crowd that shouted Hosanna on Sunday chant crucify him on Friday? John gives an answer through the prophet Isaiah: Now you want to talk about cognitive dissonance. Let's just let this passage breath and have its voice. John is quoting Isaiah 6:10. It's quoted in Mark 4:12 and in Acts 28:26-27. It's a significant passage. In verse 40, what is the pronoun “He” referencing? It's referencing God. God has blinded their eyes and hardened their hearts. God is the one who CAUSED the unbelief. What in the world? Let's jump over for just a moment to Isaiah 6 so we can grab the context of this really significant passage. Isaiah 6 Let's grab the context here. At the beginning of the chapter Isaiah has this unbelievable vision of the Lord that causes him to bow in deep repentance and he has an incredible desire to share with the nation everything he's seen. He essentially thrusts himself into missionary service to the Lord. God commissions him but with the chilling prospect of being ignored, scorned, and rejected by the people to whom he is to speak. And so God commands him, go. Go do what? Then there are three commands. Make the heart dull. Make their ears heavy. Make their eyes blind. What is Isaiah going to do that will make them that way? Preach. Tell the truth. Proclaim. The very act of hearing truth hardens them to the truth. Now you might think, “Oh phew, I thought that it was actually saying that God actually was the one who hardened their hearts.” But here's the problem. John 12 does say that. Is that possible? Can a just, loving, righteous, fair, kind God judicially harden people for his sovereign purposes? The answer of the Bible seems to be yes. God hardened Pharaoh's heart. Jacob I loved; Esau I hated. Romans 9 is all about this. Romans 9 2 Thessalonians 2 I hear breakers snapping in people's brains. I can literally hear it. Why does this create cognitive tension in our minds? Because it attacks a deeply loved belief that we ought to get credit for our decision to believe and that it would be unjust of God to act in a way contrary to that. It attacks this deeply loved conviction that freedom of choice should never be altered, that of anything that defines us, it's our ability to choose. The greatest thing about me, in fact, is my ability to choose. I chose God of my own free, unaltered, unbiased influence. Did we? Biblically speaking, can we really say that? • 15 times in the Bible God talks about his elect. • 3 times he talks about election. • 5 times he talks about predestination. • Dozens and dozens and dozens of times it talks about God causing his divine purposes to succeed. How can we resolve this cognitive tension? Well the first thing to do is to examine whether our deeply held belief is worth loving? Is it even true? As Christians we don't tell the Bible what to say. We let the Bible tell us what to say. It's not like we are coming up with this idea as people. Let the text say what it is trying to say. We don't want to be like the person who won't look at the scale. Look at the text. What do these verses mean? These verses have to mean something. What do they mean? Is God asking us to surrender something we love? I think the answer is yes. And why? Because he is wanting us to love something that is even better and has even more benefit to us? We are being asked to hold some truths in tension here the same way the disciples were. The disciples were asked to do this: Jesus is Messiah. Jesus is going to die. Can't be. Yes, actually it can be. God hardens hearts. Men are responsible for their sin. Can't be. yes, it actually can be. Both Truths in the Text Now to be sure there is tons of mystery here. Don't say less than what the Bible says and don't say more. The place of least cognitive tension is letting both of these truths have their place in our minds. In fact both of these truths are equally presented in the text. Twice you have this incredible declaration of the sovereignty of God over men. There's this incredibly strong so that back in verse 37: That word ‘so that' (hina in Greek) indicates purpose. If I say, “I raked up the leaves so that they won't kill my grass.” Healthy grass is the RESULT of raking. My action of raking causes healthy grass. So there is a sense in which the signs of Jesus “caused” unbelief. And then of course verse 40, He, that is, God, blinded their eyes and hardened their hearts. So you have this strong emphasis on God's sovereignty. So then of course they are not responsible, right? Who can resist God? But that's not what the text says. Who is responsible according to this text for the unbelief? Well you see they couldn't help it because God hardened them. No. There is a judgment being pronounced. You are guilty because you loved the glory of men more than truth. Guilty. The Pharisees like many of us, even though we know something is true, won't believe it, can't believe it because we love men. We love the praise of men and therefore can't confess something true. God hardened. Men are responsible. Yes. Both are true. If that's not enough evidence that God holds us fully responsible for our VERY REAL CHOICES, the next six verses are deep appeals to our will. They are appeals to our decision making ability. Jesus crying out and asking men to believe in him. If that is not a genuine entreaty to believe, I don't know what is. Is this just the play acting of a sovereign God pulling the puppet strings of mortal men? Are we just dancing to the tune of his sovereign strings? This text on human responsibility has just as much authority as the text we just read on God's sovereignty. Listen further. These two verses imply that if you didn't hear the words, you can't be judged by them. That's the idea. I can't hold you responsible for that which you did not know. Which of course implies that I can hold you responsible for what you know. That is human RESPONSIBILITY. This tension between human responsibility and divine sovereignty is drawn even tighter by what he says next. This is the culmination of the fascination in my mind. In Isaiah 6 God told Isaiah that the very act of speaking the truth would harden their hearts. Here in John 12 it's taken a step further to say it is God himself who actively hardens their hearts and presumably by the same method, hearing truth. Here you have truth itself, power itself, God himself, embodied in the person of Jesus showcased before them and it is that showcasing of truth that God uses to drive you further into unbelief. And that would seem totally unfair. How could I be held responsible if God is the one who hardens? What's the answer? You will be held responsible for the words you hear. They will be your judge because you chose not to respond. And that will be just of God to do so. That's cognitive dissonance. Those are all true statements. We hold those in tension not because they make sense but because that is what God says is true. Now Jesus ends with an appeal to his authority. In other words, let the truth of Scripture trump even your own reasoning ability. Use your logic to conclude, it's time to abandon my logic. Let's end where we started. The gospel comes at us with a message that creates incredible dissonance. We think we are pretty good people and that because of our goodness others should treat us well. But the gospel says you are actually bad. In fact you are far worse that you could ever have imagined. So bad that the only just and right atonement for that badness would be to send you to hell for eternity. The Pharisees try to murder the judge. They try to remove the dissonance by murdering the messenger. But the message is not merely, you are bad. That is part of the message. But look what it says. I know that his commandment is eternal life. Even though my sin deserves eternal death, there is an offer here of eternal life. And how is that eternal life experienced? By belief in Jesus Christ. It's the entire message of the book of John. Believe. We are bad and deserve cursing. That badness was laid on Christ. He who knew no sin became sin that we might become the righteousness of God. We are righteous because of Christ. We are good because the goodness of Jesus has been imputed to us. Do you see the mystery of the gospel? The paradox built into the paradox. Would that we had known the way of peace. The way of peace is through the death of God. Through spilled blood of Jesus the Messiah we know peace. This is the path to eternal life. We are now going to just exalt. If that is true, there is no fear. There is no paradox. There is no cognitive dissonance. Now we know why the Savior had to die. Now we know how it can be that we are deserving of hell but get heaven. It's because of Jesus. All our trust is in his blood. All our trust is in his finished work.

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Friday, November 5, 2021

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


Full Text of ReadingsFriday of the Thirty-first Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 489All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Peter ChrysologusA man who vigorously pursues a goal may produce results far beyond his expectations and his intentions. Thus it was with Peter ” of the Golden Words,” as he was called, who as a young man became bishop of Ravenna, the capital of the empire in the West. At the time there were abuses and vestiges of paganism evident in his diocese, and these Peter was determined to battle and overcome. His principal weapon was the short sermon, and many of them have come down to us. They do not contain great originality of thought. They are, however, full of moral applications, sound in doctrine, and historically significant in that they reveal Christian life in fifth-century Ravenna. So authentic were the contents of his sermons that some 13 centuries later, he was declared a doctor of the Church by Pope Benedict XIII. He who had earnestly sought to teach and motivate his own flock was recognized as a teacher of the universal Church. In addition to his zeal in the exercise of his office, Peter Chrysologus was distinguished by a fierce loyalty to the Church, not only in its teaching, but in its authority as well. He looked upon learning not as a mere opportunity but as an obligation for all, both as a development of God-given faculties and as a solid support for the worship of God. Some time before his death around A.D. 450, Peter returned to his birthplace of Imola, in northern Italy. His liturgical feast is celebrated on July 30. Reflection Quite likely, it was Saint Peter Chrysologus' attitude toward learning that gave substance to his exhortations. Next to virtue, learning, in his view, was the greatest improvement to the human mind and the support of true religion. Ignorance is not a virtue, nor is anti-intellectualism. Knowledge is neither more nor less a source of pride than physical, administrative, or financial prowess. To be fully human is to expand our knowledge—whether sacred or secular—according to our talent and opportunity. Saint of the DayCopyright Franciscan Media

The Full Go with Jason Goff
Bulls November Gauntlet, State of the Big Ten with Howard Griffith, Aaron Rodgers's Cowardice, and Robert Sarver's Ignorance

The Full Go with Jason Goff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 69:39


The Bulls may be off to a great start, but several questions remain ahead of their tough November schedule. Jason discusses some red flags that may create issues later in the season (0:10). Howard Griffith (Big Ten Network) joins the show to talk about the state of the Big Ten, locker room culture before social media, and what happened to the fullback position (15:00). In Outside the Chi, Jason tees up Aaron Rodgers and Robert Sarver for their headlines this week (50:00). Host: Jason Goff Guest: Howard Griffith Producers: Steve Ceruti and Chris Tannehill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

My View On The View (MVOTV) - A Podcast All About ABC's The View
'The View' Chemistry Tests Michelle Tafoya, Ignorance On Display | MVOTV's REVIEW of Her Performance

My View On The View (MVOTV) - A Podcast All About ABC's The View

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 26:14


**Notice: No portion of any video/podcast belonging to MVMO/MV on The View, MVOTV can be used/duplicated by any party for any reason in whole or in part. This includes audio, video, or written info. By viewing/listening, you agree to these terms AND that you will accept any legal consequence for violation. Thank you.***** ***If you would like to donate/support the podcast/channel or just give, you can at the below cash app link I no longer offering memberships (the JOIN button) on the channel or podcasts. **** $MVMOCHANNELS The View, starring Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines, and Ana Navarro, is my favorite daytime show! When I started my channel in June of 2018, I decided to create a show(podcast) on my channel about it, called My View on The View (MV on The View or MVOTV). Thank you for joining me as I comment, share, and post about my favorite show as it grows, changes, and evolves! Who are you and what is your name? My name is My View On The View and I am a youtuber who loves ABC's The View!. I consider myself an OG ViewER! Due to safety concerns on the internet, I do not share my personal information anymore. I believe in being safe on the internet, so I keep my personal details private and separate from my "internet life." *What is the song you use on your vid/podcast?* Help You Out by Leonell Cassio #TheView #MVOTVPodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

nerdoholics
96: November 2021

nerdoholics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 80:28


facebook: www.facebook.com/nerdoholicsemail:www.nerdoholics@yahoo.comtwitter.com/@nerdoholics123instagram nerdoholics123when you are done with us please check out our friends our friendsthe animated batcast https://www.facebook.com/theanimatedbatcast/Number One Comic Bookshttp://shoutengine.com/NumberOneComicBooks/tales from yard https://soundcloud.com/user-752223467Brute force and Ignorance a D&D podcast https://soundcloud.com/user-449327696Vintage geeks https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/vintage-geeks/id1474308247Fanning The Geekdo‪m https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fanning-the-geekdom/id1522804251SmorgasBorg: A Star Trek Universe Podcas‪t https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/smorgasborg-a-star-trek-universe-podcast/id1530441594Heros of noise https://heroesofnoise.com/Picardcas‪t https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/picardcast/id1474757275Blerds R' us https://soundcloud.com/user-589437294

Launch Your Blog Biz
3 Biggest SEO Mistakes We Made + 3 Tips for You (with Noah Riggs)

Launch Your Blog Biz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 21:16


019. We've probably said this a thousand times now, but we made some big mistakes with SEO when we first started Create and Go that still haunt us to this day.In our last episode, we talked about our dark history with SEO, and how Noah and Alex managed to dig us out of the hole we accidentally made for ourselves. Y'all, I can't tell you how much it hurts me to think of all the time, effort, energy, and money we could have saved (and how much more successful we could be even today) if we hadn't blown off focusing on SEO in the beginning. It wasn't that we didn't know SEO was important (although we didn't realize exactly how vital it was). But we were doing so well with the traffic we drove from Pinterest and YouTube that we figured SEO was something we could focus on later. We kicked the can down the road, and boy, did it come back to bite us!Our strategies with social media were great in the short-term; but every blog needs a plan that includes SEO, or you won't make it long-term. Period. Today, Noah and I are going over: exactly where we went wrong, the three biggest mistakes we made,and how you can avoid them.Ignorance might be bliss, but y'all...knowledge is power. And SEO knowledge is the most powerful and valuable knowledge you can have in the blogging world.  We want you to empower you to get this right the first time, get an SEO strategy in place, and avoid making the major mistakes we made.(But if you're like us, and have already been kicking the can down the road, you can still fix it!)In this episode, Part 2, Noah and I are discussing:Our mindset on traffic in the beginningWhy we didn't have an SEO plan at firstThe three biggest SEO mistakes we made when we started Create and GoHow our lack of knowledge and planning came back to bite usWhat you can do to avoid making the same mistakes we madeFor additional resources and show notes, visit the episode podcast page on our website.Resources and Mentions:Podcast: SEO Pt 1: Do You Need an SEO Strategy for Your Blog? [With Noah Riggs]Course Mentioned: SEO Blueprint for BloggersRelated Post: Blog SEO: 10 Step Beginner's Guide to Ranking Blog PostsRelated Video: SEO for Beginners: 10 Steps to get More Organic Traffic to Your BlogTutorial: How to Start a Successful BlogStart your first blog with our Free 5-Day Blogging Bootcamp

Best Of Neurosummit
Robert Thurman: Wisdom is Bliss

Best Of Neurosummit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 59:48


We've all heard the expression, “Ignorance is bliss,” but what if the truth was just the opposite? Professor Robert Thurman, the preeminent scholar and interpreter of Tibetan Buddhist philosophy for the modern world, believes that “Wisdom is Bliss” and in fact, that's the name of his latest book. Professor Thurman is a very close friend of HH Dalai Lama and today he discusses deep ideas about mindfulness and presence and  leads us on a joyful exploration into the nature of reality through Buddha's threefold curriculum of “super-education.” He invites us to shift our attention of suffering to know we are part of the bigger flow of life. He asks us to manage our mind and thoughts through meditation, awareness,  and compassion. He believes by cultivating intuition, and coming from a perspective of neutrality, we can all attain a more peaceful state.  Thurman is Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University as well as Co-Founder and President of Tibet House US in service of HH Dalai Lama and the people of Tibet. He is a leading worldwide lecturer on Tibetan Buddhism, passionate activist for the plight of the Tibetan people,  and skilled translator of Buddhist texts. Info: tibethouse.us

Everyday Jay Podcast
Episode 63 | Intelligent Ignorance

Everyday Jay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 102:00


Welcome to the Jay Sutton Show where no topic is off limits. Press play and enjoy the show

The Michael Berry Show
All Saints Day. Best Tamales And NYC Ignorance. | AM Show Hr 1

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 34:58


Penpositive Outclass
#193 Owning up our ignorance & our experiences

Penpositive Outclass

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 6:52


“Are you ignorant?”… if someone asks us that, we might get offended. but we all know that we cannot be knowledgable about everything. There are definitely more things in this world that we are ignorant about than what we are knowledgable about… same goes with experiences. Want to be an Active Learner? Now you can Request to join www.penpositive.com. Connect on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/penpositive/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/penpositive Twitter: https://twitter.com/penpositive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/penpositive Blog: https://vinodnarayan.com/ Clubhouse: https://clubhouse.com/@vinodnarayan --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/penpositive/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/penpositive/support

How Humans Heal
#82 Learn to Listen to Yourself with Britta Aragon

How Humans Heal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 53:22


Finding your purpose in life can be a matter of seeing what is right under your nose. But we often miss it because we are so caught up in being who we think we are supposed to be. Learning to know yourself and listen to yourself is essential for healing and transformation.    Visionary, Britta Aragon [IG @brittaaragon], shares how listening to her intuition has shaped her life. From overcoming Hodgkin's lymphoma, writing her first book in her 20s, starting a successful skincare line, selling that company, getting a divorce and traveling around the world, Britta has trusted her vision and herself.     Even when fear or her ego told her not to do it, she took risks and took it as a chance to listen to her authentic self.   Now she works with people one-on-one and in groups online and in retreats to help them transform their lives by helping them to find their purpose and follow their vision.    -   In this inspirational interview, Britta shares:    -Ignorance can be bliss    -Our cells listen    -What is the narrative we are listening to    -We get to choose again    -How she has learned to harness her sense of urgency    -Unhealed trauma leads to addictive patterns    -Healing happens in priority order    -How to get good at listening to your inner voice    -You are worthy already    -    A Course of Miracles teacher and creator of a program called Detox to Destiny, Britta helps people to do things like write a vision plan for a new business, to change careers, write a book, or get ready to leave a marriage.         She says it is about learning how to shift from external power to internal power. When you take away the things you thought defined you, and are with yourself, in your internal power, and you have a guidance system for your personal plan, you are the most powerful person you can be.    -    She teaches clients how to tune in to the listening, to download a business idea, book, or what's next. How to listen to the whispers of the soul. Once you have trained your mind to listen to that voice, then when it comes to making a decision, you know how to hear the voice, and what does and doesn't feel right.    -    How do humans heal? By learning who we really are, be our own best friend, and see ourselves from a different perspective. Prayer and meditation shifts us from fear-based thinking, to universal intelligence. Then we can see all the ways to look at the same situation and be able to choose powerfully.    -    Learn more about how to know and listen to yourself in Britta's online summit – Back to Center Life Reset. It is free, 11 days, and online starting November 11th. I'm honored to be one of her guest speakers on the topic of resetting from stress.     Sign up here: https://brittaaragon.com/events/o/drdoni/    -   Connect with Dr. Doni:    Facebook HTTPS://FACEBOOK.COM/DRDONIWILSON   Instagram HTTPS://INSTAGRAM.COM/DRDONIWILSON   YouTube HTTPS://YOUTUBE.COM/USER/DONIWILSONND   Weekly Wellness Wisdom Newsletter: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/WWW     -   Books and Resources:    Stress Warrior Book (FREE)  HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/STRESSWARRIOR      Stress Warrior Stress Resiliency Facebook Group (FREE)  HTTPS://FACEBOOK.COM/GROUPS/STRESSWARRIOR     7-day Stress Reset (FREE)  HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/STRESS-RESET     HPV & Cervical Dysplasia Guide (FREE)  HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/HPV-AND-CERVICAL-DYSPLASIA-GUIDE/     -   Personalized Solutions:    If you'd like to meet with Dr. Doni one-on-one for your health, request a Health Breakthrough Session: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/BREAKTHROUGH     To get an idea of more comprehensive options, read about Dr. Doni's Signature Consultation Programs: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/SERVICES

Flipping the page
TSDS s2 ep26 Ignorance meter

Flipping the page

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 133:46


This week we talk about UGK, Colin's special series, NBA rule changes as only we can

North American Outdoors
S4 E87: KSAs of Owning + Using a Firearm Safely

North American Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 24:07


Anytime we are handling a firearm we must have the right attitude and put our safety knowledge and skills in practice.  Firearm incidents are extremely rare, when the proper rules are followed at all times.  Any firearm incident is a result of one of two reasons: ignorance and carelessness.Ignorance is a lack of knowledge. Ignorance of the rules of safe gun handling and ignorance of the proper and safe way to operate a firearm. Always remember the NRA 3 Rules of Safe Gun Handling:  ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe directionALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shootALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to useCarelessness is a poor or improper attitude. Carelessness is a failure to apply the 3 Rules of Safe Gun Handling, and failing to observe proper procedures for safely operating a firearm.There's a reason the word ALWAYS appears three times in NRA's Rules of Gun Safety!Enjoy!

Modern Practice Podcast
Mortality Reduction – Part 2

Modern Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 12:11


On this episode, we continue our discussion with a physician executive on addressing mortality as a key quality indicator. We focus on using the correct coding and documentation scores for a more accurate representation. We examine the under-use of palliative care, and we discuss how to better work with transfer centers, patients and their families to improve patient experience and hospital mortality scores.   Guest speaker: Aman Sabharwal, MD, MHA, CPHM Executive Principal Operations and Quality Vizient   Moderator: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Principal Clinical Operations and Quality Vizient   Show Notes: [00:46] Role of documentation and coding [01:52] Example from neurosurgery notes [03:20] Gaming the system accusation [04:12] Ignorance about coders and coding process [05:10] Surgeons and the medical record [06:27] Risk stratification and the transfer center in the academic medical center [08:10] Patient-family involvement in the transfer [09:16] Use of observation and of virtual care   Links | Resources: To contact Modern Practice: modernpracticepodcast@vizientinc.com Aman Sabharwal's contact email: aman.sabharwal@vizientinc.com Mortality Measures Hospital-Specific Reports (CMS) Click here Selected Best Practices and Suggestions for Improvement – Mortality (AHRQ) Click here Variation in US Hospital Mortality Rates for Patients Admitted With COVID-19 During the First 6 Months of the Pandemic (JAMA Internal Medicine) Click here   Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Android Google Podcasts Spotify Stitcher RSS Feed

Africa Straight Talk
Episode 78: Hunting ‘witches’ in Kisii is an ugly blemish on a Kenyan Paradise

Africa Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 53:49


The Gusii highlands of southwestern Kenya are a Paradise. But as in any Paradise, there is a snake: Ignorance mixed with religious extremism, which have led to savage murders and lynchings of hundreds of people — mostly elderly women — on suspicion of practicing witchcraft. Following the recent murder of four people, Africa Straight Talk … Continue reading Episode 78: Hunting ‘witches’ in Kisii is an ugly blemish on a Kenyan Paradise

Future Hindsight
A New Social Contract: Minouche Shafik

Future Hindsight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 41:09


Architecture of Opportunity We lose talent in our society when we overlook those from poor backgrounds or minority families. For example, Lost Einsteins are children who harness above-average skills, but don't have a chance to invent and create later in their lives because they lack access to opportunity. John Rawls' Veil of Ignorance provides the template for a just society where the luck of your birth need not be a factor in your life's outcomes. The Importance of Childcare Our social contract has widely depended on women to provide free labor to care for children and the household. Because of the imbalance in structures like maternity leave, the gender pay gap can largely be attributed to children. By investing in affordable and accessible quality childcare, our society will benefit from the productivity and talents of all the women who are now subject to this child penalty. The New Social Contract with Business Global corporate taxes have been lowering for decades as countries fight to attract major corporations. Using taxes to invest in our society is part of the social contract, and a minimum global corporate tax will ensure that large companies can no longer shirk this responsibility. In addition, the current economic model lacks any measurement of how we degrade our environment. If these costs were measured, a carbon tax can be designed to reflect them and incentivize sound choices about our environment. FIND OUT MORE: Baroness Minouche Shafik is the Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is a leading economist whose career has straddled public policy and academia. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, she received her MSc at the London School of Economics and her DPhil at the University of Oxford. By the age of 36, she had become the youngest ever Vice President of the World Bank. She's taught at Georgetown University and the Wharton Business School. She later served as the Permanent Secretary of the Department for International Development from 2008 to 2011, Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund from 2011-2014, and as Deputy Governor of the Bank of England from 2014-2017. Baroness Shafik has served on and chaired numerous boards and currently serves as a Trustee of the British Museum, the Supervisory Board of Siemens, the Council of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, and the Economy Honours Committee. She was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in 2015. In July 2020, she was made a crossbench peer in the House of Lords. Her new book is What We Owe Each Other: A New Social Contract.

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel
DJ Markez - Hard Beatz Show 26th October 2021 [dnbradio]

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 207:55


Recorded 2021-10-26 21:58:25 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * Aikana - Xibalba* Darkgray Heart - Witch Doctor (Akinsa Remix)* LoHim & Aikana - Congo* Cement Tea - Miyuki's Dentist Appointment* Raoul - Molten Core* Coman Dante - Reality Check* Throttler - Yellow Candles* DJ Hidden - The Dust Element* Indian Junglist - Dopamine of Ignorance* Ars Dada - Eradication By Fire* EriS - Ghetto* Jon Tetly - Swallowing Roundabouts* Nanotek & Gein - The Master* Counterstrike - Just Hunger* Grief - Kill Zone* Limewax - Chikatila* Friske - Rigged System Remix* Tech Level 2 - Suspended* Counterstrike - Bodybag* Crawler & Nol - STFU* Cdatakill & Ubergang - Yesterdays* Technical Itch - The Hand DMG Version* Indian Junglist - Cloaked in Silence* Terrortek & Zero - The Emperor* Sinister Souls - Judge* EriS - Somewhere Nowhere* Code 906 - Banishing Curse* Enduser - Lateral Control* Okrozhka - Escape* Donny & Current Value & Lucio De Rimanez - Discovered Nembutal (Okrozhka Duomix)* Throttler - End Of Message* Switch Technique - Simoom* Enduser & Gore Tech - Atlantic Warfare* DJ Hidden - Straightjacket* EriS - Scars* Goldberg Variations - Whoopi Of* Maza & Death - Abomination* The Outside Agency - The Solution* Current Value - Lifetime (Feat.Snow)* Death - Hate* Zombie - Ulthuan* Doormouse - Skelechairs (V Snares Remix)Tracklisting:* Aikana - Xibalba* Darkgray Heart - Witch Doctor (Akinsa Remix)* LoHim & Aikana - Congo* Cement Tea - Miyuki's Dentist Appointment* Raoul - Molten Core* Coman Dante - Reality Check* Throttler - Yellow Candles* DJ Hidden - The Dust Element* Indian Junglist - Dopamine of Ignorance* Ars Dada - Eradication By Fire* EriS - Ghetto* Jon Tetly - Swallowing Roundabouts* Nanotek & Gein - The Master* Counterstrike - Just Hunger* Grief - Kill Zone* Limewax - Chikatila* Friske - Rigged System Remix* Tech Level 2 - Suspended* Counterstrike - Bodybag* Crawler & Nol - STFU* Cdatakill & Ubergang - Yesterdays* Technical Itch - The Hand DMG Version* Indian Junglist - Cloaked in Silence* Terrortek & Zero - The Emperor* Sinister Souls - Judge* EriS - Somewhere Nowhere* Code 906 - Banishing Curse* Enduser - Lateral Control* Okrozhka - Escape* Donny & Current Value & Lucio De Rimanez - Discovered Nembutal (Okrozhka Duomix)* Throttler - End Of Message* Switch Technique - Simoom* Enduser & Gore Tech - Atlantic Warfare* DJ Hidden - Straightjacket* EriS - Scars* Goldberg Variations - Whoopi Of* Maza & Death - Abomination* The Outside Agency - The Solution* Current Value - Lifetime (Feat.Snow)* Death - Hate* Zombie - Ulthuan* Doormouse - Skelechairs (V Snares Remix) Download, Distribute, and Donate!

ShelbyRadio
Psychic Ignorance

ShelbyRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 31:58


There is a huge psychic ignorance on the planet that is creating unsafe conditions for those who are moving into psychic awareness. Which side are you on? Do you have the ethical downloads of psychic energy yet? If you are unsure then tune in now to the episode.  Shelby Raw on YouTube Official Website

Make Your Damn Bed
Day 255 || Ignorance is Judgemental

Make Your Damn Bed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 5:12


We've all made snap judgments and it takes a long time to unlearn a lifetime of habit - especially one as natural as this - but trust me when I say, your preconceived notions about people are typically incorrect, and it may be a good idea to avoid making those judgments altogether. We all cast judgements without knowing any better, but it's our responsibility to learn so we can know better, and when we know better we do better. When we do better, the world gets better. When the world gets better, everyone wins. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/make-your-damn-bed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Masters in Fitness Business Podcast
Ep131-You didn't know that you were supposed to know

Masters in Fitness Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 53:16


Ignorance of the law is no excuse. How many times have your heard that? You don't want to hear it when you're on the wrong side of a lawsuit against your fitness business. You may lose your livelyhood.   Corey lays out the three things you need to be aware of to protect your business and your loved ones.   Key Takeaways from the episode The 3 most common legal issues when opening a fitness studio Do you have a solid foundation to grow your business? Should you have an attorney on your business team? What are the 3 most common documents needed. Hoping there isn't going to be a legal problem is naive   Mindset and Development What has been Corey's  most successful failure. What has been his biggest surprise in the industry Where does he go for  personal and professional development What was his most influence experience from traveling the world?  

Masters in Fitness Business Podcast
Ep131-You didn't know that you were supposed to know

Masters in Fitness Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 53:16


Ignorance of the law is no excuse. How many times have your heard that? You don't want to hear it when you're on the wrong side of a lawsuit against your fitness business. You may lose your livelyhood.   Corey lays out the three things you need to be aware of to protect your business and your loved ones.   Key Takeaways from the episode The 3 most common legal issues when opening a fitness studio Do you have a solid foundation to grow your business? Should you have an attorney on your business team? What are the 3 most common documents needed. Hoping there isn't going to be a legal problem is naive   Mindset and Development What has been Corey's  most successful failure. What has been his biggest surprise in the industry Where does he go for  personal and professional development What was his most influence experience from traveling the world?  

The Dissenter
#539 Ralph Hertwig - Deliberate Ignorance: Choosing Not to Know

The Dissenter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 62:39


------------------Support the channel------------ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development done differently. Check the website here: http://enlites.com/ Dr. Ralph Hertwig is Director of the Center for Adaptive Rationality at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, Germany. His research interests include models of bounded and ecological rationality; decisions from experience; the psychology of risk; lifespan development of decision making; and evidence-based public policy. He is the editor of Deliberate Ignorance: Choosing Not to Know. In this episode, we focus on Deliberate Ignorance. We define bounded rationality, ecological rationality, and deliberate ignorance. We talk about the cognitive bases of deliberate rationality, and its relationship with biases and heuristics. We discuss how deliberate ignorance can occur in institutions. We talk about a possible evolutionary rationale for deliberate ignorance, what we know about its development in children, and also the cross-cultural evidence for it. We also discuss individual differences in deliberate ignorance, and the correlation with scores on the Big Five's openness to experience. We discuss how deliberate ignorance manifests itself in science. Finally, we talk about when and why we should fight against deliberate ignorance. -- A HUGE THANK YOU TO MY PATRONS/SUPPORTERS: KARIN LIETZCKE, ANN BLANCHETTE, PER HELGE LARSEN, LAU GUERREIRO, JERRY MULLER, HANS FREDRIK SUNDE, BERNARDO SEIXAS, HERBERT GINTIS, RUTGER VOS, RICARDO VLADIMIRO, CRAIG HEALY, OLAF ALEX, PHILIP KURIAN, JONATHAN VISSER, JAKOB KLINKBY, ADAM KESSEL, MATTHEW WHITINGBIRD, ARNAUD WOLFF, TIM HOLLOSY, HENRIK AHLENIUS, JOHN CONNORS, PAULINA BARREN, FILIP FORS CONNOLLY, DAN DEMETRIOU, ROBERT WINDHAGER, RUI INACIO, ARTHUR KOH, ZOOP, MARCO NEVES, COLIN HOLBROOK, SUSAN PINKER, PABLO SANTURBANO, SIMON COLUMBUS, PHIL KAVANAGH, JORGE ESPINHA, CORY CLARK, MARK BLYTH, ROBERTO INGUANZO, MIKKEL STORMYR, ERIC NEURMANN, SAMUEL ANDREEFF, FRANCIS FORDE, TIAGO NUNES, BERNARD HUGUENEY, ALEXANDER DANNBAUER, FERGAL CUSSEN, YEVHEN BODRENKO, HAL HERZOG, NUNO MACHADO, DON ROSS, JONATHAN LEIBRANT, JOÃO LINHARES, OZLEM BULUT, NATHAN NGUYEN, STANTON T, SAMUEL CORREA, ERIK HAINES, MARK SMITH, J.W., JOÃO EIRA, TOM HUMMEL, SARDUS FRANCE, DAVID SLOAN WILSON, YACILA DEZA-ARAUJO, IDAN SOLON, ROMAIN ROCH, DMITRY GRIGORYEV, TOM ROTH, DIEGO LONDOÑO CORREA, YANICK PUNTER, ADANER USMANI, CHARLOTTE BLEASE, NICOLE BARBARO, ADAM HUNT, PAWEL OSTASZEWSKI, AL ORTIZ, NELLEKE BAK, KATHRINE AND PATRICK TOBIN, GUY MADISON, GARY G HELLMANN, SAIMA AFZAL, ADRIAN JAEGGI, NICK GOLDEN, PAULO TOLENTINO, JOÃO BARBOSA, JULIAN PRICE, EDWARD HALL, HEDIN BRØNNER, DOUGLAS P. FRY, FRANCA BORTOLOTTI, GABRIEL PONS CORTÈS, AND URSULA LITZCKE! A SPECIAL THANKS TO MY PRODUCERS, YZAR WEHBE, JIM FRANK, ŁUKASZ STAFINIAK, IAN GILLIGAN, LUIS CAYETANO, TOM VANEGDOM, CURTIS DIXON, BENEDIKT MUELLER, VEGA GIDEY, AND THOMAS TRUMBLE! AND TO MY EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS, MICHAL RUSIECKI, ROSEY, JAMES PRATT, MATTHEW LAVENDER, SERGIU CODREANU, AND BOGDAN KANIVETS!

The Michael Martin Show
Why ignorance is blissful - and more profitable

The Michael Martin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 10:41


Subscribe to the show   When you're clear on your goals, your bullshit detector goes up and you can avoid reading garbage articles. Two, Vitalik has no idea where ETH is going. Do your own homework and due diligence. Click here to  get your free copy of The Inner Voice of Trading audiobook.

The Boardroom Buzz Pest Control Podcast
Episode 69 — Disclaimer: This is Not Financial Advice

The Boardroom Buzz Pest Control Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 51:11


A listener's economic question kicks off this episode although Patrick admits to his own self-interest. Following the listener's follow-up research on Supernova, the signals and signs are out there, but what are they? The conversation inside The Boardroom turns to investing and the economy. As you can imagine, this episode earns its fair share of financial disclaimers.  Paul chooses to self-manage his portfolio, but that begs the questions of how and why. Diversification goes a lot further than choosing multiple asset classes. Paul shares his investing mindset that goes beyond increasing wealth and into preservation. From crypto to commodities, there are various playbooks out there, but is there one that can solve for inflation? Paul can't predict the future, but he does see trends reversing. Has anyone ever accused Paul of wearing rose colored glasses? He shares his take on massive demographic shifts and the very real threats of inflation. Tax receipts are at an all-time high, but they still can't keep up with the US's debt to GDP ratio. How will the US government navigate out of this extreme liability? Negative forward returns are on the horizon. There can be a variety of extreme outcomes. Take note. Ignorance will not excuse poor preparation. While it may or may not change who you choose to follow on Instagram, it's time to sign off with one last reminder that Paul, Patrick, and The Boardroom Buzz disclaim all liability. Co-Produced, Edited, and Mixed by Dylan Seals of Verbell.Ltd