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Ability to perceive, infer, retain, or apply information

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    Baltimore Positive
    Crystal Micriotti and Kathy Gambrill discuss beauty and vibrancy on the streets of Reisterstown

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 20:30


    Baltimore Positive
    John Martin of Maryland Lottery joins Nestor to discuss where the money goes from the games

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 21:11


    Baltimore Positive
    Bill Cole and Nestor discuss seeing the world from the farms and life outside big city of Baltimore

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 46:29


    The Manufacturing Executive
    Intelligent Robots and the Warehouse of the Future

    The Manufacturing Executive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 30:00


    Our guest today sheds light on what future warehouses will look like as robots become more intelligent.   Michael Perry is the Vice President of Marketing at Dexterity, Inc. Michael's main objective is to help customers and partners understand how AI-enabled robots can grow their operations. Before Micahel's time with Dexterity, he was Boston Dynamics VP of business development, where he led the go-to-market campaigns for the company's first commercial products. Michael was also the general manager of North America and Director of Strategic Partnerships at DJI, where he built the Enterprise Partnership ecosystem and sales channels for the world's leading drone manufacturer.  Join us as we discuss: The evolution of robotic intelligence How robots can help solve problems in the supply chain A look into the warehouse of the future 

    One Knight in Product
    Closing the Gender Pay Gap and Hiring Diverse Product Teams (with Chris Mason, Co-Founder @ Intelligent People)

    One Knight in Product

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 36:23


    An interview with Chris Mason. Chris is an executive recruitment consultant who started his agency Intelligent People over 20 years ago. Chris is passionate about diversity & inclusion in recruitment, as well as helping product leaders in general land their next job. We speak about a lot, including: The state of the product hiring market today and how product management recruitment has changed over the last 20 years How product management has moved from IT to a strategic partner for product-led companies and when companies should hire a CPO Whether we're seeing more product practitioners getting a seat at the top table and how there are two main types of product leadership job Why you should be careful which job you wish for, and how to know when to stop trying to climb the career ladder Whether product job titles are getting more consistent and whether it's true that job titles don't matter Why women should consider not divulging their current salary as it can help to perpetuate gender biased salary and whether the gender pay gap is getting better or worse What hiring companies can do to make sure they're developing a diverse talent pipeline and the importance of hiring for "not fit" rather than culture fit And much more! Contact Chris You can find Chris at Intelligent People or check him out on LinkedIn.

    Law Abiding Biker | Street Biker Motorcycle Podcast
    LAB-309-Big Daddy Kane Gets A 2019 BMW GS850 Adventure & Law Abiding Biker Store Updates

    Law Abiding Biker | Street Biker Motorcycle Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 95:02 Very Popular


    Official Website: https://www.lawabidingbiker.com In this episode, I'm joined by Lurch and Rick "Big Daddy" Kane.  Rick recently purchased a 2019 BMW GS 850 adventure motorcycle.  Several of the guys here at Law Abiding Biker (LAB) purchased adventure motorcycles in the last couple of years.  Rick, himself, has owned several adventure motorcycles over the years.  He talks about why he chose the BMW of other adventure motorcycles and the Kawasaki KLR 650 in particular.   One reason Rick choose the BMW GS 850 is he lives approximately 90 miles from us here in the Yakima, WA area.  We do most of our adventure riding around Yakima.  We are lucky to have lots of good riding right out our backdoor.  Rick wanted a bike that was comfortable for that 90-mile ride to meet up with us.   SUPPORT US AND SHOP IN THE OFFICIAL LAW ABIDING BIKER STORE Highlights of the 2019 BMW F 850 GS: 2-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 853 ccs with 95 horsepower at 8250 rpm, and 68-foot pounds at 6250 rpm. A crankshaft journal offset of 90 degrees and firing interval of 270/450 degrees. New, robust steel bridge frame in monocoque construction for increased riding precision. New telescopic fork/upside-down telescopic fork plus double-sided aluminum swinging arm with central spring strut for more sensitive response characteristics. ABS, ASC plus ‘Rain' and ‘Road' riding modes included as standard. Pro riding modes with ABS Pro and dynamic brake light, DTC, and the new riding modes ‘Dynamic', ‘Enduro', and ‘Enduro Pro' are available as optional equipment ex works. ESA electronic suspension adjustment is available as optional equipment. A self-amplifying, anti-hopping clutch for a discernible reduction in hand clutch operating force. LED headlight (low and high beam) as standard. LED daytime riding light as optional equipment. Connectivity with multi-functional instrument cluster and 6.5-inch full-color TFT display plus numerous features as optional equipment. Intelligent emergency call function is now offered for the first time as optional equipment for the middle class. Optimized off-road and travel ability plus improved wind and weather protection. Sharper GS profile resulting from the new design. CHECK OUT OUR HUNDREDS OF FREE HELPFUL VIDEOS ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND SUBSCRIBE! As many of your know, Rick is the LAB Store manager.  Rick gives an update on the store operations and new products.  We greatly appreciate you supporting us by purchasing items from our store.  We have competitive prices and you are helping support a small business.   NEW FREE VIDEO RELEASED: The Surprising Motorcycle Progressive Jacket I Chose (By Patreon Member Brad Johnston) Sponsor-Ciro 3D CLICK HERE! Innovative products for Harley-Davidson & Goldwing Affordable chrome, lighting, and comfort products Ciro 3D has a passion for design and innovation Sponsor-RickRak CLICK HERE The Ultimate Motorcycle Luggage Rack Solution Forget those messy straps and bungee cords Go strapless with a RickRak quick attach luggage system & quality bag Sponsor-Butt Buffer CLICK HERE Want to ride longer? Tired of a sore and achy ass? Then fix it with a high-quality Butt Buffer seat cushion? New Patrons: Charles Huber of North Olmsted, Ohio Robert Walters of Cove City, North Carolina Greg Root of Kalkaska, Michigan Mitch Peters of Simi Valley, California Brian Lunsford of Channelview, Texas Thomas McNulty Michael Stinnette of Huntington Beach, California Cory Salyers of Lancaster, Ohio David Gillespie of Lake Havasu City, Arizona If you appreciate the content we put out and want to make sure it keeps on coming your way then become a Patron too! There are benefits and there is no risk. Thanks to the following bikers for supporting us via a flat donation: Carl Stout  Darrence Lovejoy of Charlotte, North Carolina Howard Stinson of Salida, California ________________________________________________________ FURTHER INFORMATION:   Official Website: http://www.LawAbidingBiker.com   Email & Voicemail: http://www.LawAbidingBiker.com/Contact   Podcast Hotline Phone: 509-731-3548 HELP SUPPORT US! JOIN THE BIKER REVOLUTION! #BikerRevolution #LawAbidingBiker

    EdgeGodIn
    EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENT GUIDELINES TO LOVE HIGH S’s

    EdgeGodIn

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 42:16


    Subscribe: To access this podcast on your mobile device GO TO the Podcast APP found on your phone and search for: Edge God In, click SUBSCRIBE or simply listen to the latest podcast from Edge God In Ministries. Join our Facebook Page Community: Edge God In To Subscribe with other options: Click Here Edge God In Podcast 167: Emotional Intelligent Guidelines to Love High Ss EdgeGodIn.com | Host: Lauren E Miller, M.Ed: Co-Host: Ken Voges: Adjunct Professor for the Doctorate Program at Dallas Seminary Championing Human Potential in Christ Download Bible Study Template Emotional Intelligence in Christ Project: Book & Course Now Launched Support Resources: Hearing His Whisper, with Every Storm Jesus Comes Too Hearing His Whisper: https://amzn.to/3nNxdya Stress Relief Video Techniques: Click Here https://laurenemiller.com/stress-relief-coaching-expert/ Learning Objective: Learn observable traits of high S behavior. What they want and what they fear. How to connect with people who are high S's as Jesus did. Scriptures: Genesis 18-30 | Genesis 22 | Nehemiah 4:6-15 | John 11 Prayer: Dear Lord, 

    L'entreprise de demain
    Olivier Bas - Comment rester intelligent face à la manipulation de nos émotions [Rediffusion]

    L'entreprise de demain

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 10:13


    Je vous propose cet été de découvrir ou redécouvrir les épisodes "best of" du podcast. Nous redécouvrons quelques pépites - et il y en a bien d'autres - de la saison 3 . Olivier Bas, vice président Havas Paris, enseignant à Paris III, conférencier et auteur est déjà intervenu au micro du podcast en décembre 2018, épisode 10 de la saison 1. Nous avions parlé d'envie, de culture d'entreprise, de digital, de génération Y et de l'entreprise de demain. Aujourd'hui c'est un tout autre sujet qui nous abordons suite à la parution de son ouvrage que j'ai adoré, ainsi que tous celles et ceux à qui je l'ai offert cet été, même si elles ou ils ont parfois tiqué à la lecture du titre : "Connards malgré nous". Oui le message est pas évident. Et pourtant je ne l'ai offert qu'à des personnes dont j'apprécie fortement les intelligences. Mais le sous titre est éclairant : comment rester intelligent face à la manipulation de nos émotions ? Olivier a eu envie de creuser le sujet et prendre la plume face à un constat de la baisse de notre QI : comprendre pourquoi et comment celle-ci s'accélère dans le monde d'aujourd'hui et tout particulièrement dans la période que nous venons de vivre. Le lien avec l'entreprise de demain ? Nous souhaitons collectivement une entreprise plus collaborative, engageante et responsable mais comment y arriver si nous ne sommes plus que dans la réaction, si nous pensons que seules nos certitudes sont la réponse à l'incertitude, si nous perdons confiance au point de ne plus être en mesure d'entendre d'autres points de vue ? Bref vous trouverez dans cet épisode passionnant de quoi réveiller les intelligents qui sommeillent en nous et en nos équipes. Bonne écoute ! Lien vers l'interview précédente d'Olivier : https://podcasts.audiomeans.fr/l-entreprise-de-demain-c4fe76bb0f0a/-10-olivier-bas-allier-plaisir-et-performance-e077c5195d82

    UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud
    103. Design & Zen Summary III

    UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 13:56


    Not unnatural,Suffering is only change.It's not personal.* * *Continuing where we left off last time, in this segment we will look at the intersection of the Natural sphere with Buddhism's Origin of suffering. The graphic illustrating correlations between the Four Spheres — Universal, Natural, Social, and Personal; and the Existence, Origin, Cessation, and Eightfold Path to cessation of suffering — is included again for your convenience and reference.In the Repentance verse of Soto Zen liturgy we chant:All my past and harmful karma Born of beginningless greed, hate and delusion Through body mouth and mind I now fully avow“Avow” does not commonly appear in our daily vernacular, but it simply means to admit openly, or to confess. Monastics apparently had a more rigorous routine for confessing and repenting specific transgressions they may have committed, violations of what were known in India as Vinaya, in Japan as Shingi, basically the rules and regulations of conduct in the monastic setting. We have Master Dogen's version, as well as Master Keizan's from a few generations later, the two being known respectively as the “father and mother” of Soto Zen in Japan. One factoid that people like to point out is that there were hundreds more rules for nuns than there were for monks. Interpret that however you like. Or do your research. Usually the Three Treasure Refuges verse follows on the heels of Repentance:I take refuge in BuddhaI take refuge in DharmaI take refute in SanghaI take refuge in Buddha the fully awakened oneI take refuge in Dharma the compassionate teachingsI take refuge in Sangha the harmonious communityI have completely taken refuge in BuddhaI have completely taken refuge in DharmaI have completely taken refuge in SanghaThe condensation of repentance into a catchall phrase represents not just our usual laziness, I think, but a recognition that we may be engaging in karmic actions without knowing it. So just in case, we fess up to whatever we may have done, and “accept all consequence with equanimity,” as another version has it. And then we take refuge in the Three Treasures, just for good measure.The line that indicates the connection between Origin and Natural is that bit about karmic consequences stemming from our very body, mouth and mind, the “Three Actions” of Buddhism. Another version has “born of body, mouth and mind,” which I think captures the meaning more precisely. That is, most of our desires, attachments and aversions, some of which get us into trouble, come with the territory of being born as a human being. As such, they are not exactly our fault. But what we do about it is our fault, or may be to our credit. There is the implication that we can “pay off” our accumulated karma, like a bad debt. The good news is that if we recognize that we did not create, or design, this situation in which we find ourselves, we can perhaps redesign our approach to it, embracing its seeming contradictions. Its “Designer” may not be so “Intelligent” as some would have us believe.When you take an unbiased look at the Natural conditions of our birth and growth as part of a species, certain obvious limitations and undesirable aspects emerge. Does it really have to be so messy? Buddha identified these causes and conditions of circumstance, the matrix of existence, variously, such as: the reification of self emerging through the process of individuation as a child; the conventional wisdom of the social milieu into which we are born; and the predations of aging, sickness and death to which we are all subject. The necessity for survival of the species is not a personal goal, but one of the species itself, as Schopenhauer points out in “The World as Will,” his treatise on how we usually get it all wrong. That we are fulfilling our heart's desire in pursuing the loves of our life is a kind of category error, based on a primordial ignorance of how this existence thing really works. Very Zen.That the Origin of our suffering may thus be regarded as Natural should precipitate a sigh of relief. But these biological facts do not relieve us of the necessity of now dealing with the actual experience of our desires, and the onset of angst, regret, hope, and disappointed expectations, that ensue. The rollercoaster of Social life inserts itself into the mix with little regard to our opinion. Once we have experienced all the highs and lows, however, they average out when we slow to a stop, and step off of the train.One of the unfortunate dimensions of life in modern society, vis-à-vis these known issues of Buddhism, is that they are not widely recognized as such, nor are they ordinarily part of the early curriculum in Western countries. We do not expose our youngsters to practicing meditation. Usually a young person begins hearing about Eastern wisdom when they are in their late teens or early twenties, when the onslaught of hormones has long since had its sometimes deleterious, and even disastrous, effects. Especially with the advent of widespread online accessibility to what we call “pornography.” As one of the Supremes famously intoned, I don't know how to define it, but I recognize it when I see it.It is ironic that the most natural of functions in the Natural sphere — that of reproduction of the species — becomes so distorted in its intersection with the Social realm of human behavior. But that discussion may be better left to the next segment, on the conflation of the Noble Eightfold Path with the Social sphere. For now let us just shake our heads at the willful blindness built into our concept of childhood, and our feckless efforts to control the process of maturation into an adult. It is a compelling example of the Social sphere interfering with the Natural sphere — the biological facts of existence — thereby exacerbating the Origin of suffering, our ignorance-fueled craving. What's the matter with kids today?One could argue that the Origin of our suffering is Universal, as is its existence. The role of Nature in the Universal scheme of things is intricately intertwined with the origin of life on this planet, and the possibility of life on others, in the “Goldilocks Zone” near — in astronomical units — to another star. Speculations as to the arrival of intergalactic spermatozoa in the form of ancient comets or meteors, delivering the foundational chemistry of organisms to our waiting, fertile planet, like sperm to egg, model the entire cosmos as analogous to a kind of organism, giving birth to stars, as in the famous “pillars of creation” image from NASA's Hubble telescope, to the spark of life itself. These analogies are examples of our proclivity to find familiar patterns in the strangest of new information, now flooding in as images from the far reaches of science, thanks to the Hubble, and now the Webb, telescopes. Another is the familiar trope about developing fins at one stage of the fetus in the womb:More than just a catchy phrase, “ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny” is the foundation of recapitulation theory. Recapitulation theory posits that the development of individual organisms (ontogeny) follows (recapitulates) the same phases of the evolution of larger ancestral groups of related organisms (phylogeny).These cultural memes also indicate the comprehensive nature of the Ignorance, capital I, into which we are born, rather than into sin, according to Buddhism. Not the kind of willful ignorance that we have to learn, which can be considered a kind of sin, I suppose, if not against God, then against our original buddha-nature. Willfully ignoring the “compassionate teachings,” for example, as the Buddha's legacy is characterized. They are compassionate in that they consist of descriptions of the suffering innate in existence, as well as our tendency to make it worse; as well as prescriptions for what to do about it, such as the Noble Eightfold Path. Which will be the subject of our next segment, in its relationship to the Social sphere.Meanwhile, wrapping up our meditation on the Natural Origin of suffering, it is, or should be, transparent that there is no Existence without change, and so “change” is interchangeable with “suffering.” Everything that we see, hear, smell, taste, feel — and yes, everything we think — is the effect of change. We are literally hearing the sound of suffering, like Avalokiteshvara. And we are seeing it as well as feeling it at all times, in every moment. If nothing were changing, we could not perceive it. We never breathe the same breath twice, and we can never have the same thought, twice, though it may seem that we do. This is natural, and this inexorable, instantaneous change, is the true source of our suffering. Get used to it.The fact that some forms of change provide welcome relief in our lives, while others seem to deliver more stress, should make it clear that dukkha is neutral. Suffering is not being inflicted upon us as a kind of punishment, though it may be considered a kind of test. Zen recommends embracing what life brings us as a natural consequence of our existence as a sentient being, even though we may not enjoy it at the time. Don't worry, it will change. This does not mean, however, that we should not do anything about it, to improve our circumstances. This and other dimensions of behavior in the Social realm will be one focus of the next segment, reviewing the Path in its eight dimensions. Stay tuned.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell

    THE ED MYLETT SHOW
    Unlocking Secrets to Business Growth w/ Alex Hormozi

    THE ED MYLETT SHOW

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 57:35 Very Popular


    It's one thing to START A BUSINESS.It's quite another to SCALE IT FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS.This week I've invited serial entrepreneur and investor ALEX HORMOZI to share expert advice on how to MONETIZE AND GROW your business.  I hope you're ready for a show with some of the most UNIQUE and INTELLIGENT business insights I've heard in a long time and all from a guy who's only 32 years old!Alex is the CEO of ACQUISITION.COM, and he and his wife Leila have built a portfolio of companies that generate more than $85 million annually in sales.  They are active PHILANTHROPISTS, donating millions to advancing equal access to education in underprivileged communities.  Alex is also active on social media and a frequent guest contributor to FORBES and ENTREPRENEUR, where he shares good and bad lessons with ASPIRING ENTREPRENEURS to help them avoid mistakes he's made along the way. Today, he's going to do that for our #MAXOUT audience.Even if you're not in business, Alex will also cover many things you can use in your personal life.  We're going to dig into the concept of LEVERAGE which is exactly what you're going to need for your business and personal growth.  Alex explains the FOUR TYPES OF LEVERAGE--LABOR, CAPITAL, SOFTWARE, AND MEDIA--and how you can get LEVERAGE ON YOURSELF.One of the keys to success is always operating with a sense of URGENCY.  Alex has an EVERYDAY URGENCY BLUEPRINT you'll want to hear and apply to your life.We're also going to spend a lot of time talking about Alex's takes on SCARCITY STACK and the TRIM AND STACK HACK to maximize your business's growth.  They're simple and powerful strategies that work in every type of business.Alex has also got important advice on how and why you should be PRODUCT and CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE ORIENTED if you want your business to really take off.There's a ton of stuff to unpack this week…My advice on where to start?By LEVERAGING YOUR LISTENING to what Alex has to say. 

    The Alive & Free Podcast
    Weaponizing Emotional Health and Taking Ownership

    The Alive & Free Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 53:24


    We, as human beings, love to learn new language and understanding and point it at other people rather than ourselves... It is so easy to learn new emotional health language and become more self aware and emotionally Intelligent to then want to point it at others when they/we are triggered. We have done this so many times... And it doesn't help. We've also made turned emotional health into another "fix yourself" process and have resented it in different seasons. If you struggle with needing control or you have been someone that has felt safer by "knowing" or "understanding" things... Then this episode is for you. Please take 20 seconds to rate and leave a review. To take our Trigger Training Course, go to www.compassionfortriggers.com and to join our new come alive 2.0 program for both MEN AND WOMEN, go to https://www.yourheartfree.com/comealive2  

    My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®
    OUR EX'S PREPARED US FOR THIS " NEWNESS ". WE ARE INTELLIGENT. DON'T THROW YOURSELF AWAY ON MEN.

    My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:37


    Intelligent Medicine
    Intelligent Medicine Radio for August 6, Part 2: Heat Stroke

    Intelligent Medicine

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:51


    Baltimore Positive
    Steve Elliott and Gregg Landry join Nestor to discuss capturing memories and living and loving Loch Raven

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:56


    Intelligent Medicine
    Intelligent Medicine Radio for August 6, Part 1: The Pandemic's Collateral Damage

    Intelligent Medicine

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:51


    Baltimore Positive
    Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection and Nestor discuss what makes cities better and more attractive

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 32:33


    Baltimore Positive
    Steve Elliott joins Nestor to discuss chiropractic health and life on Joppa Road in Towson

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:54


    Boxfort Podcast
    #54 Super Intelligent Cats the musical

    Boxfort Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


    Luckily there are only cute kitties in here, and not weird 'cats'. Download Link

    Baltimore Positive
    John Ecker of Conrad’s Crabs serves Nestor his first fried crab cake of summer tour in Parkville

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 25:19


    Baltimore Positive
    Gregg Landry and Nestor discuss the ties that bind local sports fans and family memories we share

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 26:36


    In The Black Podcast
    Merrick Garland Announces Charges Against Officers In Breonna Taylor's Death - More of Americas' Jails Are Death Traps | ITBP S6E24

    In The Black Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 64:35


    In this week's episode we discuss how Attorney General Merrick Garland has announced charges against 4 officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor. The DOJ alleges that the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department engaged in knowingly falsifying documentation, and secret meetings to plan a cover up. We also discuss how more deaths across the country in county jail are going up. Why are more of America's jails becoming death traps? And recent studies have shown that more and more Black Americans are fleeing Democratic cities across the country. We tackle what the causes could be. All that and much more. Informed. Intelligent. In The Black!!

    寧夏璐66號茶坊
    0806 S5EP.80 回應聽友:聊不完的疫苗、高敏兒、偏心

    寧夏璐66號茶坊

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:41


    學齡前疫苗開打,擔心打了會不會導致免疫系統改變呢?新聞報導裡常提到的mRNA是什麼?高敏感孩子對新事物的接受度很低,擔心去幼兒園無法適應怎麼辦?父母偏心是正常的,想請問黃醫師和夏主播會對孩子偏心嗎?各大平台皆可訂閱收聽>> https://cplink.co/ywb2aAhs 寧夏璐社團傳送門>>https://www.facebook.com/groups/ninghsialu66cw/ 本集節目合作:INTELLIGENT 兒童酵素牙膏 因特力淨酵素牙膏,2020英國美妝奧斯卡台灣唯一獲獎的牙膏品牌,是五星級飯店兒童備品首選!新客體驗 INTELLIGENT 因特力淨兒童酵素牙膏 【四件組】享免運優惠,新加入會員現領$100元購物金,現領現折!立即了解:https://lihi1.com/jut0f 好讀推薦 1.日本科普動漫《工作細胞》 2.0615 S5EP.65 科學,不科學?破解四種偽科學的常見套路 寧夏璐好讀推薦→ https://cplink.co/PgUzPM1X 想聽我們聊什麼?許願池開放中>> https://reurl.cc/9XLMAd Apple Podcast、Spotify記得五星讚一下! 找不到五星讚嗎?>> https://reurl.cc/0jeLlA #寧夏璐66號茶坊 #回應聽友 #聊不完的疫苗 #高敏兒 ↓下集關鍵字↓ #熱浪來襲 #氣象戰 #氣象達人

    Krishna's Mercy
    Is Deity Worship For The Less Intelligent

    Krishna's Mercy

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 6:27


    “The Blessed Lord said: He whose mind is fixed on My personal form, always engaged in worshiping Me with great and transcendental faith, is considered by Me to be most perfect.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 12.2)

    Baltimore Positive
    Gary Davenport of Bleacher Report joins Nestor for a Fantasy Football and NFL season primer

    Baltimore Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 17:17


    Gary Davenport of Bleacher Report joins Nestor for a Fantasy Football and NFL season primer