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Covenant Baptist Church Sermon Audio
Faith, Justification, and the Law | Romans 3:27-31

Covenant Baptist Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023


RTP's Free Lunch Podcast
Explainer 47 - The Procedure of Title VI & IX Complaints

RTP's Free Lunch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 37:43


Title VI and IX apply to all colleges and universities that accept federal funds, which, as a condition of accepting those funds, agree they will enforce all Federal Civil Rights laws. However, sometimes programs offered by such institutions seem to run afoul of Title VI and IX, and when that happens, a recourse is to file a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights. In this explainer podcast, Dr. Mark Perry, who has filed Title VI and IX complaints against hundreds of colleges and universities across the U.S., joins us to discuss that process. He brings his expertise to give a window into the procedural aspects of this system, what they are, why such complaints may be valuable, and the considerations a potential complainant might want to consider.For those who would like to learn more, independent of this podcast or RTP, Dr. Perry notes he can be reached at mark.perry@aei.org, or via direct message on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Mark_J_Perry.Featuring:Mark Perry, Professor of Economics, University of Michigan-Flint and Resident Scholar, American Enterprise InstituteVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.

Classical Music Discoveries
Episode 116: 19116 Francisco Mignone - Complete Original Works for Solo Guitar

Classical Music Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 133:22


The first four works date from the 1950s - all short-lived and more popular. Already in 1970, the two great cycles: the 12 Studies, which involve transcendental technique with Brazilian rhythms and urban and regional popular music; and the 12 Brazilian Waltzes in the Form of Studies, all in minor keys, with a darker sound and nocturnal character, with melodies reminiscent of serenades. His cycle of original works for the instrument ends with Batuque in 1980 when the composer honors the classical-popular piano of Brazilian virtuoso Ernesto Nazareth.Tracklist1. Modinha (1:52)2. Choro (1:52)3. Repinicando (2:47)4. Minuetto-Fantasia (3:25)5. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 1 in C Minor: Moderato e Romântico (3:29)6. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor: Bem Choroso e Seresteiro (3:41)7. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 3 in D Minor: Moderato (5:28)8. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 4 in E-Flat Minor: Lento e Meditativo (4:41)9. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 5 in E Minor: com Muita Vibração (4:21)10. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 6 in F Minor: Lento e Expressivo (4:20)11. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 7 in F-Sharp Minor: Andante com Ar de Modinha (2:31)12. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 8 in G Minor: Movimentado e Cantando (2:24)13. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 9 in A-Flat Minor: Soturno (Bem Triste) (5:19)14. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 10 in A Minor: Preludiando Calmamente - Allegro Deciso (4:20)15. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 11 in B-Flat Minor: Suave e Meditativo (4:55)16. 12 Valsas Brasileiras em Forma de Estudos, No. 12 in B Minor: com Muita Alegria e Brilhantismo (5:17)17. 12 Estudos para Violão: I. Vivo (3:58)18. 12 Estudos para Violão: II. Seresteiro (7:26)19. 12 Estudos para Violão: III. Tempo de Chorinho (2:15)20. 12 Estudos para Violão: IV. Allegro Scherzoso (04:26)21. 12 Estudos para Violão: V. Vagaroso (05:42)22. 12 Estudos para Violão: VI. Assai Vivo (02:58)23. 12 Estudos para Violão: VII. Molto Lento (05:24)24. 12 Estudos para Violão: VIII. Allegro (03:11)25. 12 Estudos para Violão: IX. Allegro Moderato (07:59)26. 12 Estudos para Violão: X. Lento e com Muito Sentimento (05:55)27. 12 Estudos para Violão: XI. Andante (03:06)28. 12 Estudos para Violão: XII. com Velocidade (06:10)29. Batuque (06:50)Help support our show by purchasing this album  at:Downloads (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!Donate (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) staff@classicalmusicdiscoveries.com This album is broadcast with the permission of Bárbara Leu from Azul Music. 

Medita.cc
18-01-2023 En la esfera interior de María

Medita.cc

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 30:05


El beato Pío IX gozaba contemplando los misterios del Santo Rosario. Hacerlo nos reportará que nuestro interior se llene de lo bueno, máxime si lo buscamos hacer desde el corazón de María. En él “aprendemos a leer a Cristo, a conocer su mensaje, a contemplar la belleza de su rostro y a experimentar el fuego de su amor”.

Fresh Air
Best Of: Equity In Sports / 'Fleishman Is In Trouble' Creator

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 49:00


Equal sports opportunities for women was mandated 50 years ago by title IX legislation. Champion runner Lauren Fleshman explains why getting access to a sports world built by men, for men and boys isn't working for girls and women. Her book, Good For a Girl, is a feminist critique of the sports world and a memoir about her own running career. Also, Taffy Brodesser-Akner, creator, writer and showrunner of FX's series Fleishman Is In Trouble on Hulu talks about divorce, middle age, and dating apps. Justin Chang reviews the critically acclaimed film No Bears by Iranian director Jafar Panahi. Not long after the film was completed, Panahi was sentenced to six years in prison.

La Table Virtuelle
Mutant Year Zero - Genlab Alpha - Épisode 36 - Les reptiles

La Table Virtuelle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 56:21


Rejoignez nous sur Tweeter : https://twitter.com/la_virtuelle Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/latablevirtuelle En podcast : https://open.spotify.com/show/5qyI6L8... RSS : https://anchor.fm/s/36792058/podcast/rss Sur Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZd9HtNVaR4QAi5lXbxTtBg Discord : https://discord.gg/vuYpBpnN22 Twitch : https://twitch.tv/la_table_virtuelle Illustrations, logo et MJ : https://www.instagram.com/melora.painting/ Mutant Year Zera, édité par Arkhane Asylum Publishing : https://www.arkhane-asylum.fr/mutant-year-zero/ Générique : Illustration Mutant: Year Zero - GenAlpha : https://www.arkhane-asylum.fr/ Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Cinematic Reveal Trailer - Funcom : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ix-jh... Post Apocalyptic Forest - Unreal Engine 4 - Maverick : https://www.patreon.com/maverick1 Musique : Michael Ghelfi Studios : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDed9jQ1Y1gKeyjvkyFGkCA Post-Apocalyptic Music - Missing Sun : https://youtu.be/-nOiUlhMs20?list=PLbHUA-o_5dgJFIKAoXPpo3F_C-7k3h0AN Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/MichaelGhelfi Ross Bugden : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ Outro Artist: Connor Neff, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC51m... Music used: No Mans Land (Copyright and Royalty Free) // ♩♫ Post-Apocalyptic Music ♪♪ Licensed under Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...

La Table Virtuelle
Mutant Year Zero - Genlab Alpha - Épisode 35 - Déroute

La Table Virtuelle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 45:46


Illustrations scène, logo : https://www.instagram.com/melora.painting/ Rejoignez nous sur Tweeter : https://twitter.com/la_virtuelle En podcast : https://open.spotify.com/show/5qyI6L8... RSS : https://anchor.fm/s/36792058/podcast/rss Sur Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZd9HtNVaR4QAi5lXbxTtBg Discord : https://discord.gg/vuYpBpnN22 Twitch : https://twitch.tv/la_table_virtuelle Mutant Year Zera, édité par Arkhane Asylum Publishing : https://www.arkhane-asylum.fr/mutant-year-zero/ Générique : Illustration Mutant: Year Zero - GenAlpha : https://www.arkhane-asylum.fr/ Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Cinematic Reveal Trailer - Funcom : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ix-jh... Post Apocalyptic Forest - Unreal Engine 4 - Maverick : https://www.patreon.com/maverick1 Musique : Michael Ghelfi Studios : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDed9jQ1Y1gKeyjvkyFGkCA Post-Apocalyptic Music - Missing Sun : https://youtu.be/-nOiUlhMs20?list=PLbHUA-o_5dgJFIKAoXPpo3F_C-7k3h0AN Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/MichaelGhelfi Ross Bugden : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ Outro Artist: Connor Neff, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC51m... Music used: No Mans Land (Copyright and Royalty Free) // ♩♫ Post-Apocalyptic Music ♪♪ Licensed under Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
10 Jan 2023 | Peugeot To Add 5 New EVs By 2025

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 17:40


Show #1710 Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Tuesday 10th January it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. BMW RECALLS OVER 14,000 IX, I4, AND I7 ELECTRIC VEHICLES FOR FAULTY BATTERY SOFTWARE Original Source : https://www.theverge.com/2023/1/9/23546461/bmw-recall-ix-i4-i7-ev-battery-software-power-loss VOLKSWAGEN ID.4 ELECTRIC SUV RECALLED FOR POTENTIAL FIRE ISSUE Original Source : https://uk.motor1.com/news/630269/volkswagen-id4-recall-fire-issue/ PEUGEOT TO ADD FIVE NEW ELECTRIC CARS TO EXISTING MODEL LINES BY 2025 Original Source : https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/peugeot-add-five-new-electric-cars-existing-model-lines-2025 MAZDA MX-30 ROTARY PLUG-IN HYBRID WILL BE REVEALED THIS WEEK Original Source : https://www.autoblog.com/2023/01/09/mazda-mx30-rotary-phev-range-extender-reveal-brussels-motor-show/ NEW MAZDA MX-30 ROTARY TO LAUNCH IN 2023 Original Source : https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/mazda/mx-30/107991/new-mazda-mx-30-rotary-launch-2023 2023 MAZDA MX-30 ON SALE IN US WITH SAME 100-MILE RANGE, NO REX Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/630538/2023-mazda-mx-30-on-sale-us-with-same-100-mile-range-no-rex/ FORD AND SK CANCEL GIGAFACTORY PLANT INVESTMENT IN TURKEY Original Source : https://www.fleeteurope.com/en/new-energies/europe/article/ford-and-sk-cancel-gigafactory-plant-investment-turkey DAIKIN TO INVEST $75M IN EV REFRIGERANT PLANT Original Source : https://www.coolingpost.com/world-news/daikin-to-invest-75m-in-ev-refrigerant-plant/ REVEL TO EXPAND EV FAST CHARGERS ACROSS NYC Original Source : https://www.smartcitiesdive.com/news/revel-fast-charging-electric-vehicles-superhubs-nyc/639933/ 8X MORE ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS NEEDED BY 2030 IN THE US Original Source : https://www.businessinsider.com/electric-vehicles-charging-stations-where-to-plug-in-2030-2023-1?r=US&IR=T 'EXTENSIVE' TESLA AUTOPILOT PROBE PROCEEDING 'REALLY FAST', U.S. OFFICIAL SAYS Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/technology/us-agency-working-really-fast-nhtsa-autopilot-probe-2023-01-09/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK QOTW is taking a break for a while. Email your answers to: hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK OCTOPUS ELECTRIC UNIVERSE - GLOBAL PUBLIC CHARGING MADE SIMPLE WITH ONE APP AND ONE MAP. MILLBROOKCOTTAGES.CO.UK – 5* LUXURY COTTAGES IN DEVON, JUMP IN THE HOT TUB WHILST YOUR EV CHARGES LEASEPLAN ELECTRIC MOMENTS - PROVIDING ALL THE TOOLS AND GUIDANCE EV DRIVERS NEED

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
10 Jan 2023 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 4:16


➤ BMW recalls over 14,000 iX, i4, and i7 electric vehicles for faulty battery software ➤ Volkswagen ID.4 electric SUV recalled for potential fire issue ➤ Peugeot to add five new electric cars to existing model lines by 2025 ➤ Mazda MX-30 rotary plug-in hybrid will be revealed this week ➤ New Mazda MX-30 rotary to launch in 2023 ➤ 2023 Mazda MX-30 On Sale In US With Same 100-Mile Range, No REx ➤ Ford and SK cancel gigafactory plant investment in Turkey ➤ Daikin to invest $75m in EV refrigerant plant ➤ Revel to expand EV fast chargers across NYC ➤ 8x More Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Needed by 2030 in the US ➤ 'Extensive' Tesla Autopilot probe proceeding 'really fast', U.S. official says

Agni Ajurweda zrozumiale i dostępnie
AA#136 – Z odwagą po swój sukces. Rozmowa z Ewą Kowalską-Janusz

Agni Ajurweda zrozumiale i dostępnie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 37:39


Serdecznie zapraszam Cię do wysłuchania rozmowy z Ewą Kowalską-Janusz, z którą przyjaźnię się już ponad 12 lat. Ewa pracuje z ludźmi, prowadząc ich od przeszłości do teraźniejszości, a nawet do przyszłości. Będziemy rozmawiać o tym, jak to jest, kiedy wiesz już, co przyniesie Ci życiowy, osobisty i zawodowy sukces, ale boisz się po to sięgnąć. Jak to jest, kiedy z odwagą sięgasz po to, mimo że czasem drżą Ci kolana, załamuje Ci się głos… ale wiesz, że to, po co sięgasz, przyniesie Ci wyzwolenie i sukces.Ewa Kowalska-Janusz jest psychologiem i psychoterapeutą. Towarzyszy w procesie lepszego rozumienia siebie i czerpania większej satysfakcji z życia i z relacji z innymi. Wspiera w uzyskaniu wewnętrznego spokoju, niezależności i poczucia autentyczności.Co czeka na Ciebie w tym odcinku? * Jak Ewa pracuje z klientami w drodze ku ich autentyczności * Jak lęk idzie w parze z odwagą* Czemu Ewa przez lata nie inwestowała w coachów i mentorów* O cierpieniu, odpuszczaniu kontroli i trudnych uczuciach* O tajskim masażu i pracy z klientem* Czym dla Ewy jest biznes holistycznyJeśli podobało Ci się to, co usłyszałaś, rozpuść wici w sieci swoich znajomych, subskrybuj i zostaw swoją rekomendację, dzięki czemu inne osoby łatwiej dotrą do mnie i do Ajurwedy. Dziękuję Ci bardzo serdecznie i do usłyszenia w kolejnym odcinku podcastu. Notatki do podcastu znajdziesz na stronie:https://agni-ajurweda.pl/136/Zapraszam Cię do Roku z Ajurwedą, aby w pełni wykorzystać ten rok i umocnić swoje ciało, psychikę i ducha. Te źródła mocy przydają się w czasach przemian. Zapisy do programu właśnie się rozpoczęły: https://kurs.agni-ajurweda.pl/rok-z-ajurweda-2023Na horyzoncie widać także Szkołę Ajurwedy i Summit – od lekarzy dla lekarzy. Zapisy do IX już edycji Szkoły Ajurwedy rozpoczniemy na początku lutego. Więcej informacji znajdziesz na tej stronie: https://agni-ajurweda.pl/szkola-ajurwedy-czesc-1/ Więcej informacji o Ewie znajdziesz na jej stronie internetowej: http://www.ewakowalskajanusz.com

A Course in Miracles with MiraclesOne
Cultivating the Relationship with Spirit Pt 2 | Year of Listening to Inner Wisdom 2023

A Course in Miracles with MiraclesOne

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 41:58


Our theme for 2023 is "Listening to Inner Wisdom." We'll be sharing teachings from our archives and new teachings as guided. This week we follow up with last week's teaching with Part Two of “Cultivating the Relationship with Spirit” presented by Rev. Deb.As ACIM says: If you would but let the Holy Spirit tell you of the Love of God for you, and the need your creations have to be with you forever, you would experience the attraction of the eternal. T-15.IX.5:1In Part 2 of this 2 part series: Rev. Deb gives Daily Steps that you can use to continue to cultivate your relationship with the Holy Spirit. In this, we can let the Holy Spirit share with you how much you are cherished by God.See video below.ACIM Reading References for Teaching:Text, Ch. 5, II. The Voice for GodText, Ch. 14, VII. Sharing Perception with the Holy SpiritLesson 106 – Let me be still and listen to the truth.Lesson 124 – Let me remember I am one with God.We'd love to hear your thoughts on this idea of cultivating our relationship with the Holy Spirit.You can join in our study groups, or our email or Facebook groups.In Peace,Rev. Paul

Board Gamers Anonymous
BGA Episode 406 - BGA Awards for 2022

Board Gamers Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 68:25


It's time for one final look at 2022, with BGA's picks for the best games of the year. We had a heck of a time this year with so many amazing releases, so join us for a rundown of the best of the best from 2022. ===================This week's episode is sponsored by Paperlike.To pick up your Paperlike, head to paperlike.com/BGA, click “Buy Paperlike,” and select your iPad size.From now until the end of January, Paperlike is also including their digital pro planner bundle at no extra cost with every order placed through the Paperlike store.Plus, shipping is completely free!Ready to do more with your iPad? Head over to paperlike.com/BGA to get started.===================Interested in checking out the Metallic Dice Games set featured in our gift guide? Check out their site here: https://fanrolldice.com/ref/2755/===================Nominees:Best Digital Implementation: Everdell, Roll Player, Hero Realms, Munchkin DigitalBest Family Game: Streets, My Lil' Everdell, Jurassic World: The Legacy of Isla Nublar, Starship CaptainsBest Strategy Game: Lacrimosa, Ark Nova, Carnegie, Tiletum Best Overlooked Gem: Trekking through History, Free Ride, Streets, ZapotecBest Kickstarter: Moon, Keyforge: Winds of Exchange, Turczi Junior Promo Pack, Unconscious MindsBest 2.0 Release: Heat: Pedal to the Metal, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Skymines, War of the Ring: the Card GameBest Solo Game:Twilight Inscription, The Guild of Merchant Explorers, X-Men United, Turing MachineBest Expansion:Dune Imperium - Rise of Ix, On Mars: Alien Invasion, Root: Marauders/Clockwork 2, The Red Cathedral: ContractorsGame of the Year: Ark Nova, X-Men United, The Guild of Merchant Explorers, Lacrimosa, War of the Ring: The Card Game, Tiletum, Cat in the BoxIf you haven't yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersanonymous), Twitter (http://twitter.com/bgapodcast), and our website (www.www.boardgamersanonymous.com). You can support the show as well by donating on Patreon (www.patreon.com/bga) or using our Amazon affiliate link.

Classic Books
Queen Zixi of Ix by L. Frank Baum

Classic Books

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 228:10


Queen Zixi of Ix by L. Frank Baum

I Notturni di Ameria Radio
I Notturni di Ameria Radio del 6 gennaio 2023

I Notturni di Ameria Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 29:06


Il Barocco francese - Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (1666-1729) Suite No.6 in sol maggiore per clavicembalo I. AllemandeII. Courante III. Sarabande IV. Gigue V. Menuet VI. Rondeau Elisabetta Guglielmin, clavicembalo *********[13:00]Violino Sonata No. 1 in Re minor - per violino, viola da gamba tiorba e clavicembaloI. AdagioII. PrestoIII. AdagioIV. Presto.AdagioV. PrestoVI. AriaVII. Presto Rebecca Nelson -  violin baroccoSydney ZumMallen - viola da gambaJoshua Stauffer - théorbeDavid Belkovksi - clavicembalo    Pièces de Clavecin (before 1707) Suite No.1 in D minor: I. Prelude [00:00:00]Suite No.1 in D minor: II. Allemande [00:02:48]Suite No.1 in D minor: III. Courante [00:06:00]Suite No.1 in D minor: IV. (2e) Courante [00:08:17]Suite No.1 in D minor: V. Sarabande [00:09:32]Suite No.1 in D minor: VI. Gigue [00:12:04]Suite No.1 in D minor: VII. Cannaris [00:14:09]Suite No.1 in D minor: VIII. Chaconne. L'Incostante [00:16:21]Suite No.1 in D minor: IX. Menuet [00:19:24] Suite No.2 in G minor: I. Prelude [00:20:41]Suite No.2 in G minor: II. Allemande [00:22:50]Suite No.2 in G minor: III. Courante [00:25:31]Suite No.2 in G minor: IV. 2e Courante [00:27:18]Suite No.2 in G minor: V. Sarabande [00:29:05]Suite No.2 in G minor: VI. Gigue [00:31:17]Suite No.2 in G minor: VII. (2e) Gigue [00:33:07]Suite No.2 in G minor: VIII. Menuet [00:35:12]Suite No.2 in G minor: IX. Double [00:36:11] Suite No.3 in A minor: I. Prelude [00:37:10]Suite No.3 in A minor: II. Allemande [00:39:12]Suite No.3 in A minor: III. Courante [00:42:10]Suite No.3 in A minor: IV. (2e) Courante [00:44:00]Suite No.3 in A minor: V. Sarabande [00:45:51]Suite No.3 in A minor: VI. Gigue [00:47:57]Suite No.3 in A minor: VII. Chaconne [00:49:50]Suite No.3 in A minor: VIII. Gavotte [00:52:55]Suite No.3 in A minor: IX. Menuet [00:54:29] Suite No.4 in F major: I. Tocade [00:56:00]Suite No.4 in F major: II. Allemande [00:59:13]Suite No.4 in F major: III. Courante [01:02:16]Suite No.4 in F major: IV. (2e) Courante [01:03:51]Suite No.4 in F major: V. Sarabande [01:05:33]Suite No.4 in F major: VI. Gigue [01:07:57]Suite No.4 in F major: VII. Cannaris [01:10:00]Suite No.4 in F major: VIII. Menuet [01:12:05] Suite No.5 in D minor : I. La Flamande & II. Double [01:13:32]Suite No.5 in D minor : II. Courante & IV. Double [01:18:22]Suite No.5 in D minor : V. Sarabande [01:20:40]Suite No.5 in D minor : VI. Gigue [01:23:47]Suite No.5 in D minor : VII. Double [01:27:14]Suite No.5 in D minor : VIII. 2e Gigue [01:31:07]Suite No.5 in D minor : IX. Rigaudons I & II [01:34:27]Suite No.5 in D minor : X. Chaconne [01:37:38] Suite No.6 in G major : I. Allemande [01:43:02]Suite No.6 in G major : II. Courante [01:46:02]Suite No.6 in G major : III. Sarabande [01:47:33]Suite No.6 in G major : IV. Gigue [01:50:22]Suite No.6 in G major : V. Menuet [01:52:46]Suite No.6 in G major : VI. Rondeau [01:54:01] Elisabetta Guglielmin, clavicembalo

La Table Virtuelle
Mutant Year Zero - Genlab Alpha - Épisode 34 - Le bolide

La Table Virtuelle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 70:09


Illustrations scène, logo : https://www.instagram.com/melora.painting/ Rejoignez nous sur Tweeter : https://twitter.com/la_virtuelle En podcast : https://open.spotify.com/show/5qyI6L8... RSS : https://anchor.fm/s/36792058/podcast/rss Sur Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZd9HtNVaR4QAi5lXbxTtBg Discord : https://discord.gg/vuYpBpnN22 Twitch : https://twitch.tv/la_table_virtuelle Mutant Year Zera, édité par Arkhane Asylum Publishing : https://www.arkhane-asylum.fr/mutant-year-zero/ Générique : Illustration Mutant: Year Zero - GenAlpha : https://www.arkhane-asylum.fr/ Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Cinematic Reveal Trailer - Funcom : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ix-jh... Post Apocalyptic Forest - Unreal Engine 4 - Maverick : https://www.patreon.com/maverick1 Musique : Michael Ghelfi Studios : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDed9jQ1Y1gKeyjvkyFGkCA Post-Apocalyptic Music - Missing Sun : https://youtu.be/-nOiUlhMs20?list=PLbHUA-o_5dgJFIKAoXPpo3F_C-7k3h0AN Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/MichaelGhelfi Ross Bugden : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ Outro Artist: Connor Neff, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC51m... Music used: No Mans Land (Copyright and Royalty Free) // ♩♫ Post-Apocalyptic Music ♪♪ Licensed under Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...

The Polyhedron Collider Cast
Episode 122 - THe best games we played in 2022

The Polyhedron Collider Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 106:59


Warning: This podcast contains strong language and adult content 2022 has drawn to a close, so the boys from PHC size up their favourite games of the year, or at least their favourite games they've played this year, as all four podcasters can't seem to count. In addition to the best of the best, we also look back at our biggest dissapointments, while Andy tries to award his insert of choice, but gets derailed in the process by Sid. Games Mentioned 00:05:37 Results of the 2022 painting competition 00:13:34 Andy's Insert of Choice Award 00:19:51 Biggest dissapointments 00:24:23 Akropolis 00:31:12 So You've Been Eaten 00:33:17 The King's Dilemma 00:37:47 Sleeping Gods 00:42:30 Dune Imperium: Rise of Ix 00:48:32 Ark Nova 01:01:04 Coriolis 01:08:17 Terracotta Army 01:16:37 Tabbanusi 01:25:00 Sabatour 01:19:50 Oathsworn: Into the Deepwood 01:37:46 Waggle Dance 01:42:45 Game of the Year! This episode is available on iTunes or your favourite podcast player via our feed http://polyhedroncollider.libsyn.com/rss Intro and Outro Music: "Ouroboros" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Jon's News Ferret: "NewsSting" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Don't forget to visit www.polyhedroncollider.com and YouTube for more great reviews and interviews, or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter and check us out of twitch.tv/polyhedroncollider qfgi9tua

Miracle Voices
Ep 69 - "Rest in Peace" is a Blessing for The Living - Tam Morgan

Miracle Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 72:09 Very Popular


"Rest in peace” is a blessing for the living (ACIM, T-8.IX.3:5) Tam shares about the spreading of the ashes of her late mother Judy Skutch Whitson and her Stepfather William W. "Whit" Whitson at West Point earlier this month. The story is filled with surprises, miracles, and a visit from Judy to Tam in a dream the morning of the ceremony. How Can You Support Miracle Voices? If you feel inspired to make a donation to support these podcasts you can donate here: https://acim.org/donate-miracles-voices-podcast/ Get Notified of New Episodes By Joining Our Email List at: https://www.miraclevoices.org/email Share Your Forgiveness Story on Miracle Voices: Do you feel your forgiveness story could inspire listeners? Simply fill out the form at https://www.miraclevoices.org/form and let us know you would like to be considered as a Miracle Voices Podcast guest. Topic or Question You Want Us To Cover? If you have topics that you would like Tam and Matthew to address, simply drop us a line at: https://www.miraclevoices.org/contact/ We Need Your Help Please leave a review for the podcast on whatever app or site you use to listen to this podcast. This helps new listeners that are trying to practice forgiveness find the show. Here is how you leave a review on the Apple Podcasts App https://www.miraclevoices.org/review

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast
#154 Stanford Prism Experiment (Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying DarkHorse Livestream)

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 123:21 Very Popular


In this 154th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens. This week, we discuss the new Newspeak, as promoted by Stanford and its list of very bad words. While recognizing that, in a few rare cases, they have a point, overall this list and its enforcers are batshit crazy. And what it leads to is worse: we discuss title IX compliance officers, the dude who thinks it's fine to hang out in women's spas and other spaces, and the savage woman-hating multiple murderer who is likely to end up in a women's prison. None of this is okay. ***** Our sponsors: Seed: Start a new healthy habit today with Seed probiotics. Visit https://seed.com/darkhorse, and use code darkhorse, to get 20% off your first month of Seed's DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic. Moink: Grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken, and wild caught Alaskan salmon. Visit www.moinkbox.com/darkhorse to get a year's worth of filet mignon free when you sign up.  MDHearingAid: Use promo code DARKHORSE to receive a significant discount off your order of already inexpensive, high-quality hearing aids, plus receive a free extra charging case. https://www.mdhearingaid.com ***** Our book, A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, is available everywhere books are sold, and signed copies are available here: https://darvillsbookstore.indielite.org Check out our store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: https://darkhorsestore.org Heather's newsletter, Natural Selections (subscribe to get free weekly essays in your inbox): https://naturalselections.substack.com Find more from us on Bret's website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather's website (http://heatherheying.com). Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an additional Q&A livestream every month. Join at Heather's Patreon. Like this content? Subscribe to the channel, like this video, follow us on twitter (@BretWeinstein, @HeatherEHeying), and consider helping us out by contributing to either of our Patreons or Bret's Paypal. Looking for clips from #DarkHorseLivestreams? Check out our other channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAWCKUrmvK5F_ynBY_CMlIA Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music. ***** Mentioned in this episode: The new Newspeak, by Heather: https://open.substack.com/pub/naturalselections/p/the-new-newspeak The Stanford Guide to Acceptable Words, in the Wall Street Journal: https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-stanford-guide-to-acceptable-words-elimination-of-harmful-language-initiative-11671489552 Trans glossary from the University of Oregon: https://hr.uoregon.edu/trans-glossary-101 Transgender Fugitive Who Spurred Wi Spa Riots Bares All, by Jeremy Lee Quinn: https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/exclusive-transgender-fugitive-who-spurred-wi-spa-riots-bares-all/ The Personal Responsibility Vortex, Bret's TedX talk from 2012: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjNRtrZjkfE Rabbitholed #78: Dana Rivers Is the Story the Media Doesn't Want You to Read, by Mandy Stadtmiller: https://mandystadtmiller.substack.com/p/rabbitholed-78-dana-rivers-is-theSupport the show

The Cinematic Tangent
IX – ‘Bad Santa'

The Cinematic Tangent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022


This is the deepest dive into Bad Santa that you'll find anywhere. The “Santa” that made it into theatres – and conned its way onto DVD and streaming services – is an imposter, with the cut approved by director Terry Zwigoff hidden away (at the North Pole), only to be quietly released years later. Brad … Continue reading IX – ‘Bad Santa’

Pi Elef x 1000
# 205 Historia de las migraciones judías I junto a Bruno Chavez

Pi Elef x 1000

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 62:42


El historiador Bruno Chavez nos lleva a un recorrido fascinante que se expandirá por tres episodios sobre las migraciones judías desde el antiguo Israel hasta la actualidad. Los hebreos se asentaron en el territorio del futuro reino de Israel en algún momento del segundo milenio a.e.c. Desde la pequeña tierra de Israel, sugieron los reinos de Israel y de Juda. Hasta el siglo IX a.e.c todos los israelitas (posteriormente judios) habitaban aquel territorio pero casi 3000 años después hay judios en gran parte del mundo. ¿Cómo se dio aquella expansión? ¿Qué llevó a los judíos a emigrar? ¿Expulsiones? ¿Rutas comerciales? ¿Embajadas políticas? En este primer episodio, de una serie de tres, analizamos las primeras diasporas judías desde las deportaciones de los asirios del siglo VIII a.e.c. hasta el exilio forzado de finales del siglo primero-comienzos del siglo II por los romanos como castigo por las revueltas judías. En estos siglos veremos las primeras comunidades judías en la diasporas en lugares tan dispersos como las actuales Iraq, Iran, Tunez, Turquia, Egipto, Jordania, Italia y hasta Bulgaria!

Real Talk With Susan & Kristina
Parenting Tips for the Modern Age

Real Talk With Susan & Kristina

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 38:28


In this episode of Real Talk, KJK Student Defense Attorneys Susan Stone and Kristina Supler are joined by Meghan Leahy, a parenting coach and a published author of parenting books. They discuss parenting. The conversation includes how parenting has changed over the last 100 years, different approaches parents can use with their child to problem solve, and the importance of building bonds with your community can help with parenting.  Links from the Episode: Meghan Leahy Website Parenting Outside the Lines (Book Link) Show Notes: (2:25) - What is Parenting Coaching? (4:18) - The Parenting Problem Exposed by the Industrial Revolution (5:45) - The Problem with Modern Parenting (7:41) - The Conundrum with Setting Boundaries for Kids (9:43) - Parent Coaching: Finding the Middle Way to Explain Consequences (13:16) - The Collaborative Approaching to Problem Solving with Children (14:30) - What if the child refuses to go to school?  The middle way approach. (16:16) - The Ultimate Goal of Parenting (17:07) - The Consequence of Harsh Parenting (18:20) - The Goal of Meghan's Book for Parents (21:24) - How To View Parenting Over the Long Term (24:05) - Is it ever too late to change how you communicate with your child? (27:03) - Do apologies mean a loss of parental power? (28:15) - Can adults form relationships with children who aren't their own? (30:33) - Creating Micro-Connections with Other Parents In Your Neighborhood (32:06) - How Transmitting Values Builds Stronger Communities (33:34) - The Power of “Do No Harm” Transcript: Susan Stone: Today's podcast is going to discuss the value of using a parenting coach. And Kristina, wouldn't you agree that we deal with parenting issues every day?  Kristina Supler: Oh, uh, In so many different ways, whether we're working on a campus, title IX case, special education, student discipline, there's issues in our practice that really lend themselves to parent coaching  Susan Stone: well, and our clients often look to us to help guide them as to what decision domain. Susan Stone: So much so. That in 2021, both of us became certified in positive discipline, which we've had a podcast on "What is PO positive discipline" and how you can incorporate those thoughts into everyday parenting.  Kristina Supler: We also though, at times, Sort of really believe in the importance of, of using a tough love approach. Kristina Supler: And it really just sort of depends on the context in which we're representing a student and working with families. But we really think it's important to work with all sorts of different outside professionals to support students and their families through crisis. Yeah.  Susan Stone: And we've made a lot of referrals to outside therapists and coaches, and today we're lucky to have a great coach online. Susan Stone: So why don't you kick off and introduce our guest today.  Kristina Supler: Today we are pleased to be joined by Meghan Leahy. Hi. Hi, Megan. Meghan Leahy: Hello. How are you?  Kristina Supler: Great. Megan is a former teacher and school counselor who now owns her own business as a certified parenting coach. She has a master's degree in school counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Kristina Supler: She's a weekly columnist in the on parenting section of the Washington Post, and she's also a published author. Her book is titled, "Parenting outside the lines. Forget the rules, tap into your wisdom and connect with your child". And most importantly, Megan's a mother to three and she brings her real world experience and relatable insights to her work. Kristina Supler: So thanks for joining us, Megan.  Kristina Supler: This is my pleasure. Thank you for having me.  Susan Stone: So we're gonna kick off with a very basic softball question. What is a parenting coach?  Meghan Leahy: Yeah. It's kind of a BSE job, it feels like. I essentially help the same problems I feel like I create. So, , what do you mean? A hundred years ago? Meghan Leahy: Not even that long ago. You didn't need a parent coach. You had a community, a church, a synagogue, a village, a village, and everybody was like-minded. , rightly or wrongly. If everybody was whooping their kids, at least you had that in common. You lived here I  Susan Stone: was whooped. My parents will deny it. Just so you know. I got the belt.  Meghan Leahy: Yeah. Yeah. I got all kinds of things. And so we, we had our family around. and it was a true generational passing down of your ancestry, your lineage, how you parented, good or bad, right? So I'm not gonna paint a picture that it was great. A lot of bad stuff was passed down. Meghan Leahy: And then as we industrial revolution moved away from each other and away from community, we have become increasingly so we had an up down opposite thing. We became obsessed with our kids cuz we had fewer of them, right? And we used to have a lot of kids to work the farm cuz you'd lose some in a bad winter. Meghan Leahy: Do you know what I mean? Like, and women couldn't stop having them. So thank God for the pill. And then as women could have less kids, and we got more obsessed with them. So the obsession went higher and the support went lower. , as religion fell away and as psychology came up, we started to realize that we were sending our kids to therapy when the identified patient should have been the parent. Meghan Leahy: So the kids weren't the problem. , the parents were. And when I say problem, I put that in air quotes. They just need support. They just need somebody to tell them they're doing a good job and here's what else we can do, and here's what is typical child development for this age. They just need support. So that's what I do, that's what I try and do, support them. Kristina Supler: Megan, have parents gotten too soft today? I mean, it's interesting that your initial response sort of looked back in history. in today's time. I mean, I, I just wonder about this issue of soft parenting, cuz I know when I was growing up and being raised, my parents were very strict with rules, boundaries, consequences. Kristina Supler: Yeah. Good or bad. I mean, Susan, it sounds like you had some of that  Susan Stone: as well. Well, I did, but I know that we, I, I know Kristina's parents and I would say they were very effective old school parenting with you, correct. Absolutely shout out to Jim and Dolores . Can we give you a  Kristina Supler: shout out to my wonderful parents? Kristina Supler: It just seems today as we're dealing with families in crisis and in various contexts, cuz of course we're lawyers. So generally when, when people are with us, it's because they're at a low point in their life. Often it's feels as though parents are reluctant to impose rules. What are your thoughts on that? Meghan Leahy: Yeah. So what what you see in society is bing bonging from one extreme to another. So if we were in a scene not heard kids were at the very bottom of the totem pole we came out of an agricultural kind of, I mean, remember, humans have been around a long time. We think we're important. We are not. We are a speck of sand in this universe, and even in the longevity of humans. Meghan Leahy: Here we go. Now you're asking me have parents gone soft. So they were too harsh. Mm-hmm. , right? Not in every culture, but let's just take culture. Right. And harsh for no reason. Mm-hmm. , right, right. And controlling for no reason. But kids were also given a little bit more freedom to go outside, to go into woods to. Meghan Leahy: now we fast forward and we didn't like how we were raised. A lot of us, so we swing too much into the other extreme. Sure. So back in the day, if you went to go, you know, if you were little and you kicked your parents in the shins, right? You got spanked. You got sent to your room, you got yelled at, you got harshly reprimanded. Kristina Supler: If you said, no, I won't do that, you were in  Meghan Leahy: trouble. Right? Harshly reprimanded, right? Oh, I  Susan Stone: got soap in the mouth when I used the F word as a little girl. I still remember that. Me, me too. I, I was a mouthy kid. And the soap in the  Meghan Leahy: mouth, you want a trauma bond over it. We can .  Susan Stone: The funny thing is I don't look back on it as being traumatic. Susan Stone: I think it was. what you did when you had a mouthy kid. And I was Back then. Back then?  Meghan Leahy: Yeah. Back then. So what we have now is though, is that people don't wanna be raised how they were raised. And so then they go into when the kid kicks them in the shins, they're like, please don't kick mommy. Meghan Leahy: That makes me feel sad, right? There is. , a lack of boundaries, and the kid doesn't respond well to that either. So if you look at it as a fence around a house, if the fence is too tight around the house, that leads to disobedience. Power struggles. Rebellion. Rebellion or shame, right? If the fence goes too wide away from the house, the kids don't know where the boundaries are. The natural hierarchy is not in order, and the kids don't feel safe. So as humans, we feel safe when we know where the rules are. Now, what I see a lot is people saying, well, I was raised like this, and I'm fine. Great. Somehow, right? Like somebody's temperament with how their parents were with their birth order Meghan Leahy: that alchemy. Oh,  Susan Stone: first children, right? Those first born, no,  Meghan Leahy: first children are hot mess. . They're cage, they're ill. They are perfectionistic. Yeah. They are highly medicated and very successful. Yes, I would agree. Yes. And oh, they look great, but go live with them. Okay. I'm a firstborn. Married to a firstborn. Meghan Leahy: We're a fricking nightmare.  Kristina Supler: I love your analogy about the fence around the house, though. I think that's, I love it. That's, that's really  Meghan Leahy: good. And why this is good is that different kids need different fences even within the same house. Sure. Yes, yes.  Susan Stone: Yeah. You know what, we were just, uh, I was just talking. I have a junior. Susan Stone: It's time to really kick it in for college, and that's a really real consequence. I'm not imposing it saying kick it in. You need to really finish your junior year with great grades and great scores, or  Kristina Supler: you might not go to the schools you wanna go to. That's,  Susan Stone: that's not me imposing the rule. That's the world. Meghan Leahy: So in what I do in my parent coaching is I find the middle way, give us the middle  Susan Stone: way under that fact pattern. Okay. Let's talk about grades and scores.  Meghan Leahy: Okay, so let's say you have a kid, junior year, has spent the last two and a half years in some kind of BS covid situation. Sure, yep. With you. , they have lost social skills. Meghan Leahy: Mm-hmm. skills within the classroom, confidence building skills, as well as important learning skills. English and math are the lowest they have ever been since they have started testing in the sixties. A  Kristina Supler: bunch of news articles have come out recently highlighting that, and it's, it's  Susan Stone: in the new, it was in the New York, York Times, and I heard SAT scores and ACT scores are down by five points, which is a lot. Meghan Leahy: So now, now we come in hot as parents. Mm. . Okay. So we are bringing our old expectations to a new way of life, So the old way is I'm gonna sit you down. You're gonna do this work, you're gonna apply these schools, you're gonna write these essays, you're gonna get this resume. Do, do, do, do. One way. The opposite is, well snooze, you lose, you don't do it. Meghan Leahy: You're f okay, the middle way is "Hey, Brian. Things have been a little wacky. We are like out of the habit of maybe some organizational skills. What's important to you this year? When you look ahead?" They may look at you and be like, blink. Blink. What do you mean? Well, let's look ahead, right? Let's look ahead and so you start at the beginning. Meghan Leahy: That is the middle way of where are we now? Where can we go given what your kid is experiencing. So natural consequences for kids who are suffering only cause more suffering. So if you are have a broken leg and you're at the bottom of the stairs and I scream at you, get up the stairs, what is, well, the consequences are you don't get up the stairs. Meghan Leahy: who would ever do that to another human?  Susan Stone: No, but it is a real consequence. So I, I wanna challenge you on this. . Sure. Okay. Are you up for the challenge? Kristina and I All day work? Yeah, all day. Kristina and I work with kids who are accused of various misconducts at college or younger in college. In college. Susan Stone: It could be sexual assault. It could be cheating, and some of our cases, they're at real risk of getting indicted, let's say, a hazing case.  Meghan Leahy: Okay. And, and  Kristina Supler: we have cases in the criminal justice system, so yeah.  Susan Stone: It is cruel to say, get your act together, or you could get kicked outta school or get charged. But guess what? Susan Stone: Those are the facts, Jack, right? Yep. Yeah. So. . I, I, I can't, as a lawyer and Kristina as a lawyer, I can't soften that. That is the real world face in you, babe. Yeah. So what do you do when you have opportunities like get your grades up, get your scores up, live right? I I, yes. You won't get up to the top of that stair. Susan Stone: So give us a mid-level approach that's kinder, but real, real world base. How  Kristina Supler: do you coach under those circumstances? . Yeah.  Meghan Leahy: So, I really love the Ross Greene approach, g r e e n E. This is a collaborative problem solving approach, which takes both needs of both parties into equal weight. Okay? So, for instance, the parents are saying okay, this kid has Cs, but you wanna go to UNC. Meghan Leahy: And the kid is saying, well, I don't really care. Right? You meet in the middle with Ross Green's approach, where you start to work on small problem solving, small amounts of problem solving. Because for the average adolescent, now listen, when they're 18 and they've been, they've hazed someone like. Meghan Leahy: What's gonna happen is gonna happen, right? My work is when people call me for the ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen year old. If we can work with them there you are less likely to have a kid who is going to sexually assault while drunk, haze somebody while drunk, right? Like make these decisions with lifelong impacts. Meghan Leahy: So my interest is problem solving in the middle way. It is easier. in the moment to say sink or swim. It's, it's easier. It's easier for the parent. It's easier to go like this. But for instance, I have a kid who, I had a parent family who the kid stopped attending school. It's a lot of school refusal. Meghan Leahy: We've dealt  Susan Stone: with that. Yeah. Yeah. And actually running away from home. We've dealt with that too. Yeah.  Meghan Leahy: And so they, they were we're gonna send them away to this wilderness  Susan Stone: camp. Oh my gosh. We deal with school with that.  Meghan Leahy: Yeah. Yep. So I said, okay, so your kid's gonna wake up, be grabbed by strangers and taken to Utah. Meghan Leahy: Do you wanna destroy your relationship with them forever? My questions are, are they addicted to drugs? Are they a danger to themselves? Are they a danger to anyone in the house? No. No, no. Oh, okay. So you want to rip them away from the family when they're already struggling. Oh, well, I guess not. Meghan Leahy: Okay, so the middle way became how do we make small movements toward, so rather than the answer is go to school or not go to school, it's What does online school look like One hour a day? , then it's two hours a day? It's  Susan Stone: that mid-level approach. Well,  Kristina Supler: I I, i, I hear your point, and I think it's an excellent one that there, there's gotta be buy-in from both sides. Kristina Supler: Otherwise, you're not making any progress. Meghan Leahy: I'm not looking, wait. My goal in my human life while I'm here is to not crush souls. . Right? So by the time they get to you guys and they're looking at jail time, that's soul crushing on that side. Yeah, it really is. That's, that's a life ender for a lot of these kids. Meghan Leahy: Yeah. That's now their invitation into not being able to have a good career, not being surrounded by the right people. Not being right. So my job on the front end is for that child to look at the parents and the parents' eyes say to them, I love. , I am here for you. I'm not giving up on you. Ever. Mm-hmm. Meghan Leahy: ever. And we have goals every day. We have goals. Whether your kid is eating disordered, cutting themselves, in dangerous behaviors, not doing homework. For me, always having an adult in that children's life that says, I'm never gonna give up on you. Ever. ,  Meghan Leahy: that's beautiful. And, and it builds or can help build a sense of security. Meghan Leahy: And again, the bring the fence maybe really wide back in a little bit. To tie back to your initial point, the only  Meghan Leahy: way a human has moved forward besides the military is through connection. Mm-hmm. , humans do not move forward with carrots and sticks. Now, if we take on parenting as the beatings will continue until morale improves, you will get the behavior you want, but you will not get a relationship you want. Susan Stone: That's right.  Kristina Supler: Let's lighten it  Susan Stone: up a little bit. Oh gosh.  Kristina Supler: I need that . We, we got heavy, we got a little dark, but really, really important. And valuable insights. So thank you for sharing that. And, and  Susan Stone: thank you for trying to lighten it up already. Susan Stone: I was like going, oh my God, I haven't had my lunch and not enough coffee.  Kristina Supler: Let's talk about parenting outside the lines. So your book is, it's funny, it's informative, it's full of really practical advice. For our listeners out there, share a little bit of your humor with our parents. Share a little bit about the book that you think parents should know about. Kristina Supler: So they go check it out. Meghan Leahy: I tell a lot of my own stories with my own kids, which is its own s show. And me growing up I Meghan Leahy: I, this is a parenting book where I just want somebody to read it and go, oh, I don't feel as bad. It's not lofty. I don't want you to put it down and go, oh my God, I'm a changed person. Cause I haven't really ever seen that happen. , right? Um, it's like reading books about stomach crunches. Nobody gets outta bed and does them , right? Meghan Leahy: I want somebody to just read the book and go, oh, right. So for instance you know, when I open the book, I just go through all of the different parenting styles, helicopter parenting, snowplow parent, all the different iterations, right? And you people will recognize themselves in those. Meghan Leahy: And I say it's okay. if it works. I'm trying to kind of lift the burden of parenting one way.  Susan Stone: Right. You know, I was thinking about humor and Kristine and I have a really heavy practice. We deal with serious issues. And what gets it, you mean the me Too sign? Yeah. No, it's, every day is challenging and I know that What gets me through the day is the fact that I just have to say this. Susan Stone: My law partner Kristina Supler is hilarious. Well, thank you. Isn't that amazing? I know, and you know, a lot of people don't get that side of her because she is such a consummate professional, but really that's what gets us through the day is that we have to  Meghan Leahy: laugh. You have to laugh. Well, one of the things, when I coach with people and in the book, you know, I would be getting a one-year-old, a four-year-old, a seven-year-old out of the house by myself. Meghan Leahy: Um, my husband went to work at 5:00 AM Everybody was screaming ins in some sort of undress, right? Like never fully dressed. And I'm supposed to be the parent coach on my block, right? So I'm in a full flop sweat and we're late and we get in the car and I click everyone in and I'm like, we made it, we're in the car, we've won the day. Meghan Leahy: Victory . And all the kids are like, what? , okay, whatever  Kristina Supler: Mom drive, right?  Meghan Leahy: This is winning. I'm a, oh, this is winning. Right. You know,  Susan Stone: one of the things that I wanna share on a personal level of what winning is, and I. my number two. They always say that number one are rule followers. And then number two, always likes to break the rules in three rules. Susan Stone: What are they? I don't know if you've ever heard that. Yeah. But I was just talking to my 23 year old and seeing the adult come out. Mm.  Susan Stone: Like that is the payback, you know? A hundred percent. Yeah. But you sometimes.  Kristina Supler: You wondered  Susan Stone: if you'd ever get there. I didn't think I'd ever get there. And he is amazing. Susan Stone: Really. And he's, it's so gratifying. It really is gratifying. Yeah.  Meghan Leahy: And I think, part of the, the hard part for all of us is that you're parenting for the long game. Right? This, it's hard to explain to parents sometimes That the small gestures they're making right now manifest years down the road. Meghan Leahy: So one of the major things that I teach parents is the family meeting. It's just really getting together and talking, right? And, um, and it has rules around it and, and it sounds so dumb with a three-year old. Right. Like, what is your rose and thorn? What did you love about Oh, we do that in my  Kristina Supler: house. .  Meghan Leahy: Right. But eventually, you know what it's turned into, at least in my family, is, um, you know, well, let's sit down. Meghan Leahy: Um, mom, there's a boy being bullied in my class, and if I speak up, I'm bullied too. Ah, uh, okay. But what do we do about. . Right? It's, it's like  Kristina Supler: a beautiful sort of invitation for the kids to speak about whatever's on their mind.  Meghan Leahy: And so the parents though, have to create that. Mm-hmm. , because in our culture today, there's not time. Meghan Leahy: We just pick up our kids and bring them to A, and bring them to B and drop them off at a, and then take them to soccer and then to like, we actually have to consciously create that time.  Susan Stone: You know what I say? The goal in life is that we spend a couple years diapering our kids, and if we do it right, they'll wanna diaper us one day when we can't make it to the bathroom. Susan Stone: And, and, and all of us who've been through menopause, you know what I'm talking about  Meghan Leahy: right? Oh geez. as I sweat right now. But you know, talking about like your son being an adult and being so proud of him, right. That is the result of a lot of what you didn't do, like has nothing to do with you in many ways, which is the mind f of parenting, like sperm met egg in there. Meghan Leahy: He was all, all his potentiality. , all his IQ, hype, goodness, all everything, right? And then we are the gardeners, right? We make sure that he can fully grow up. So we, we are both in helping him and getting out of the way.  Susan Stone: Yeah, I like that, the gardener cuz sometimes you need to add water and sometimes you need to pinch something off. Susan Stone: I mean, that's a good metaphor since, uh, your husband. That's his biz. Right?  Susan Stone: It is working with his plants. Well, so  Kristina Supler: let me ask you, Megan, you're we're talking about when our children grow. What's your advice for parents of older kids, say late teens college? Is it ever too late to change things to sort of rewire how you communicate with your children and your family dynamic?  Susan Stone: Even if you screwed it up badly? Meghan Leahy: No, it's never too. . It's never too late. And they used to think it was, and now neuroscientists know it's not. And also we can't blow smoke. It's hard when a parent has realized they have mistepped and they have done the work to see that, and they're ready to apologize and humble themselves. That does not automatically click the dominoes into forgiveness and changing of behavior in the child. Meghan Leahy: So if you have a older teen that you have bossed around since they were born, or shamed or manipulated, and you see the light and you get help , you have to kind of see it as like, that's how far off I 95 you drove maybe for 18 years. So to get back to I 95 is gonna be that journey too. Mm-hmm. . So there is, there has to be a, a cultivation of patience and persistence because humans, when I tell you, oh, I've changed. Meghan Leahy: Oh, that's nice. Prove it. Prove it. Prove it. prove it. But one of the most important things to know about kids of all ages, including us, is that we are always hungry for a relationship with our parents. It never, it  Susan Stone: never, absolutely. Oh, it never ends. And our family, I mean, I was on the phone last night with my 99 year old aunt, and I check in once a week or so with her and Right. Susan Stone: She's very meaningful in my life.  Meghan Leahy: and that is should give people a lot of hope that even if there is an apology to make and something to make right, As a parent that deep desire to be connected to your family never goes away. Never goes away.  Kristina Supler: It's interesting, Megan, as I'm listening to you talk, I'm, I'm, I'm thinking, and it's sort of, it, it, please correct me if I'm wrong, but a theme throughout your work is this idea of vulnerability. You, you're vulnerable in sort of putting your family's own stuff out there. You know, some days you get it, right? Mm-hmm. , sometimes you get it wrong. And what we just talked about, the analogy of having the car off the highway and turning it around, and really at the heart of that is parents, admitting to their own children. Kristina Supler: Look, I, I made a mistake, I screwed up. Let, let's, let's regroup it. It's okay to do that. And that's a means of forming connection .  Meghan Leahy: Oh, one of the biggest, right? In therapy, they call it rupture repair. It's like the basis of a human relationship. In my book, I have a, a chapter on apologizing, right? And it's, you know, what's a good apology? Meghan Leahy: What isn't, how it works, how it doesn't. Because everyone thinks connection looks like going to the zoo or going to the park, or all these things, right? The obvious things. But connection. Humility, vulnerability, and you can absolutely apologize while keeping all of your parental power.  Susan Stone: You know, I do wanna go back and circle to the village idea because I still. Susan Stone: It's not just on parents. I think we have to all do our part for being, playing a role in children that are not our own. That might be our friend's kids. You know, when I grew up, my mother had, she passed her best friend from seventh grade cooking class. And I considered her like an aunt Aunt Eileen and Aunt Eileen would remember me and buy me, I remember this, I wanted desperately a Bonnie Ball lip smacker, and I got that from Aunt Eileen. Kristina Supler: They were amazing.  Susan Stone: They were amazing . And I was thinking today that Kristina came into the office with York Peppermint Patties from her son James. I mean, I just trick-or-treating  Susan Stone: leftovers. Amazing. Yeah.  Susan Stone: Yep. And I think that, , it's on. We've become so insular bec Yes, especially with Covid, that we forget that we are a community and we can form relationships with children not our own. Susan Stone: And that can be deep and meaningful for kids.  Meghan Leahy: The science is very clear that as soon as a baby is born, whoever picks up that baby is the parent. because mothers die during childbirth all the time. Not to be dark, but I just, there's a big kind of culture of like mother love and the specialness. Meghan Leahy: Biologically, that's not it. Okay. Biologically we can connect to anyone in those early days of life who loves us. Right? And that continues and continues throughout our life. And the power of showing up . For, for your community though, I just wanna be very clear for everyone listening, you are not crazy if it's hard. Meghan Leahy: All our culture makes it hard. We are both in suburban homes where the garage door shuts and we're on this, so you have to decide to reach out. You have to decide to like go out on your front yard and invite the neighbors over. You have to decide to do what you want to do. It's not as organic as it used to be. Meghan Leahy: Even maybe when we were growing up, right, where the kids were here or there, and you knew the neighbor, and the neighbor knew the, and your family and your cousins. , it's harder for families now.  Kristina Supler: So I hear sometimes people talk about how, you know, back in the day, the good old days, kids would just walk around the neighborhood and pop in and out of everyone's house here, there, and everywhere, and parents often didn't even know where their kids are versus now where. Kristina Supler: It's a sche, uh, uh, a structured schedule and you schedule play dates, you know, in 30 minute increments, weeks out. And, you know, it's sort of this discussion of why can't we go back to the good old days? And I think it's something that, you know, as you point out, it's important to be really mindful of the ways to build connection, both intentionally but also perhaps organically. Meghan Leahy: And remember, you know, when you are running the carpools, when you're standing on the sidelines at the soccer tournament in the gymnastics thing. The, these are micro ways to create connection. Mm-hmm. , these are little teeny ways to tell the kids, get off your phones. Tell me what's going on. Right. To pick up a headline to turn to the parent. Meghan Leahy: I mean, like how, how have you guys been? Right? Like, cuz we're not gonna return to everyone running around and frankly, the good old days were not great in a lot of ways. But, but we can. , we can stop and do little micro connections. Even sending another parent an email like, I saw your son on the field today and he picked up the opposing teams player like by the arm after he knocked him down. Meghan Leahy: What a great kid. Absolutely.  Kristina Supler: And and I think so often we're looking for these really formalized opportunities to build connection and it doesn't have to be that,  Susan Stone: and you wanna form those connections so kids Feel responsible that, you know, not to get all religious on anybody, whatever faith, but am I my brother's keeper? Susan Stone: Totally. Are we responsible for one of them? And you know, that's a universal spiritual concept is that we live, we're social, we care about each other. And this is such a divisive time that I think connecting on a human level is important. I think when you have that foundation you wanna do  Meghan Leahy: well. Yeah, and I really love what you say there cuz you're, what you're talking about is transmitting values. And there's a couple different ways to do it. Meghan Leahy: One is modeling it, one is saying it one, like every parent can say, what's my wheelhouse? What am I good at and how can I do connections? , right? Like maybe you're just good at the grocery store connections, but let your kids see it and tell them why it matters. There's not a one size fits all approach. No, correct, correct. Meghan Leahy: Maybe you are the organizer parent. Maybe you are the block party parent. Enjoy that. Find what your thing is and also the different seasonality of our lives. So I have a bunch of tweens and teens. I just sent one to college. I'm actually super tired right now. The only thing I can focus on is I've decided to get to know the parents of my youngest kid. Meghan Leahy: That is my focus for this year. Everything else I'm not doing. That's okay. Right?  Kristina Supler: And saying no can be freeing.  Meghan Leahy: Yes. And so look at what do I have the energy for? How old are my kids? What is my work life balance? What is real for me right now? You know, it's  Susan Stone: funny, I was thinking about this energy thing. Susan Stone: That's a real thing. Kristina and I were just on a business trip together and it was grueling. It was grueling. And of course she has younger kids, so she had to go trick-or-treating. Not hat, wanted to, but wanted to, but yes, wanted two. But I, like I had to get in my jammies and crawl in bed. Yeah. You know? Susan Stone: Yeah. That's a real thing.  Meghan Leahy: and paying attention to it is a gift to the world, right? Because especially women, you know, we have the invisible labor constantly. Mm-hmm. , constant, invisible labor. Yes. Schedule keeper, schlepper to the doctor, caretaker of the dog care, making sure there's milk, constant email watching, and that's not even our work. Meghan Leahy: No. Right. getting into bed and resting is, is a gift because I say a lot to parents when I coach. Um, it's not very sexy, but one of the big things we work on is doing no harm. How can you do no harm? Mm-hmm. , how can you not do damage to your spouse, to your kids?  Susan Stone: How about this? We so often wanna put on social media this picture of us smiling and at this social event or that social event, but maybe it's when the phone is off, the doors are closed. Susan Stone: Are we treating the people in our home like the best? Right? And doing it when no one's looking. Mm. ?  Meghan Leahy: No, not usually. We usually, here's what's funny too, is that we come home from work or get offline and go down and we're like this and we're dead and we've, we don't have a lot left. And now there's dinner and you know, a night ahead of you. Meghan Leahy: Right. And we're not our best selves. Our kids are the same. They are, and we call it misbehavior. Yeah. We blame them when their cups are empty. Why are you rude? Who do you think you are? Why are you sassy? Why don't you wanna sit down and do that stupid math worksheet? Let's, which, let's face it, is stupid. What's wrong with why are you right? Meghan Leahy: We are not any better . Yeah. I was thinking  Kristina Supler: you're the, your comment about the goal of doing no harm and how. Some people might respond, well, gee, isn't that, isn't that a low bar? Do no harm? Yes. Come on. Because we're  Meghan Leahy: low bar, a  Kristina Supler: high achieving drive, drive, drive society. But I think that it's actually really accurate and, and I, I like your points about parents thinking about how they feel when they come home from work. Kristina Supler: Kids feel the same way, but we label it with a negative. We, we put a negative label on it. Susan Stone: I'm a big believer in saying to a kid, why don't you? What would be your good transition activity? For my oldest, she loved tv. Or is it getting into a hot shower? How can you, you know? I know when I get home, the first thing I like to do is get outta my work clothes and put on my jammies. Kristina Supler: Me too. I'm the same way. My husband doesn't get it. Oh my God. Pajamas on at like six 30. I'm like, yes. Free  Meghan Leahy: the  Susan Stone: girls. Free the girls.  Meghan Leahy: Well, I mean, yeah, people come into the house with my bras sitting on the couch, and of course I'm at an age where I'm like, whatever. Oh,  Susan Stone: I'm with you. I'm with you. Anyways, this has been, this has been a real treat. Susan Stone: Really fun. I feel like if you were in Cleveland, you'd be our  Kristina Supler: girlfriend. Yeah, I'd say let's go get wine. Thank you so much for joining us. Meghan Leahy: One of my favorite cousins, li moved out to Ohio and uh, her husband works at the Cleveland Clinic and so does she. And I will say it's been like a culture shock for her a little bit, but her son is at a high school. She says she's never met so many lovely, lovely people. Susan Stone: Well, hopefully this is the beginning. Wonderful family for us as a new friendship. Kristina Supler: Yes, Meghan Leahy, thank you so much for joining us today. And to our listeners check out her book and her other work on columns and she's all over the internet, so thank you. Yeah. And  Meghan Leahy: check out us. Thank you guys for all the hard work you're doing on this other end of the hard behavior. Meghan Leahy: It's rough, so definitely keep your spirits up as it gets darker. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks. 

Career Blindspot
158 Creating Better Business with Rebecca Clyde

Career Blindspot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 36:50


“It [diversity] has nothing to do with equality… we will ultimately make better products." - Rebecca Clyde   CBQ - Why is it so important to make healthcare more accessible?   Today's guest is Rebecca Clyde, Co-Founder and CEO of BOTCO.ai, conversational ai or chatbots. She's talkng about building better business through leveraging diverse boards, UX, and her remote team success. @ceorebeccaclyde @botco.ai Botco.ai

VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới
Tin trong nước: Rực rỡ Lễ khai mạc Đại hội Thể thao toàn quốc lần thứ IX

VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 2:15


- 20h tối 9/12, Đại hội Thể dục thể thao toàn quốc lần thứ IX chính thức khai mạc tại Quảng trường Sun Carnival, thành phố Hạ Long, tỉnh Quảng Ninh. Chủ đề : Đại hội Thể thao toàn quốc --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support

Pippin church of Christ
Minor Prophets IX - Zephaniah

Pippin church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 34:25


Minor Prophets IX - Zephaniah - Zeph. 2:3

Litterae Christianae
36. Veni, Veni, Emmanuel

Litterae Christianae

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 12:31


[LA] Circa saeculum IX carmen de adventu Christi compositum est quod etiamnunc, novis modis musicis instructum, passim canitur. Hac enim pellicula legemus "Veni, Veni, Emmanuel!" et breviter enodabimus textum. [EN] In this video we will see and briefly explain the hymn "Veni, Veni, Emmanuel" which was composed around the 9th century and which is still sung to this day with a beautiful melody from the 18th century. ______________________________________________ Paginarum nexus: Pipiatorium: https://twitter.com/litteraechristi Anchor: https://anchor.fm/litteraechristianae Acroamata audiri possunt apud: spotify, apple podcast, similia #latin​ #latinpodcast​ #latineloquor​ #christianlatin​ #ecclesiasticallatin​ #ecclesia​ #ecclesiacatholica​ #latinsongs

Star Wars: A 602 Club Podcast Collection
Star Wars: Andor: Season One

Star Wars: A 602 Club Podcast Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 127:48


Andor: Season One. When Disney bought Lucasfilm, the plan was to not only continue make Episodes VII, VIII and IX but to tell other stories in the galaxy through the "A Star Wars Story" label, the first of these was Rogue One which earned over a billion dollars at the box office. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back John Mills to talk about Andor: Season One. We discuss our excitement level, prestige, design, a question, character arcs, using genre, the prison episodes, music and our ratings. Chapters Excitement Level (00:05:02) Prestige Television (00:10:01) Design Work (00:31:00) A Question (00:35:23) Andor (00:39:44) Maarva and the Speech (00:50:24) Charisma (01:07:10) Syril (01:09:53) Luthen (01:16:37) Dedra (01:23:18) Mon Mothma (01:27:06) Using Genre (01:41:24) The Prison Episodes (01:46:55) The Music (01:53:34) Ratings (01:58:34) Host Matthew Rushing Co-Host Christy Morris Guest John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm

Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed
The 602 Club : 408: WAKE UP!

Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 127:48


Andor: Season One. When Disney bought Lucasfilm, the plan was to not only continue make Episodes VII, VIII and IX but to tell other stories in the galaxy through the "A Star Wars Story" label, the first of these was Rogue One which earned over a billion dollars at the box office. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back John Mills to talk about Andor: Season One. We discuss our excitement level, prestige, design, a question, character arcs, using genre, the prison episodes, music and our ratings. Chapters Excitement Level (00:05:02) Prestige Television (00:10:01) Design Work (00:31:00) A Question (00:35:23) Andor (00:39:44) Maarva and the Speech (00:50:24) Charisma (01:07:10) Syril (01:09:53) Luthen (01:16:37) Dedra (01:23:18) Mon Mothma (01:27:06) Using Genre (01:41:24) The Prison Episodes (01:46:55) The Music (01:53:34) Ratings (01:58:34) Host Matthew Rushing Co-Host Christy Morris Guest John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm

The 602 Club: A Geekery Speakeasy

Andor: Season One. When Disney bought Lucasfilm, the plan was to not only continue make Episodes VII, VIII and IX but to tell other stories in the galaxy through the "A Star Wars Story" label, the first of these was Rogue One which earned over a billion dollars at the box office. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back John Mills to talk about Andor: Season One. We discuss our excitement level, prestige, design, a question, character arcs, using genre, the prison episodes, music and our ratings. Chapters Excitement Level (00:05:02) Prestige Television (00:10:01) Design Work (00:31:00) A Question (00:35:23) Andor (00:39:44) Maarva and the Speech (00:50:24) Charisma (01:07:10) Syril (01:09:53) Luthen (01:16:37) Dedra (01:23:18) Mon Mothma (01:27:06) Using Genre (01:41:24) The Prison Episodes (01:46:55) The Music (01:53:34) Ratings (01:58:34) Host Matthew Rushing Co-Host Christy Morris Guest John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm

Emerging Infectious Diseases
Norovirus Genogroup IX Outbreaks in Long-Term Care Facilities in Utah, USA

Emerging Infectious Diseases

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 19:01


BreAnne Osborn, an epidemiologist at the Utah Department of Health in Salt Lake City, and Sarah Gregory discuss outbreaks of norovirus genotype IX in long-term care facilities in Utah.

Historia de Aragón
Isabel Abenia “El Traductor”

Historia de Aragón

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 13:27


¿Es posible innovar, renovar la novela histórica¿ ¿Y hacerlo sin perder el rigor histórico? La novelista Zaragozana Isabel Abenia lo consigue, sin duda, en El Traductor, una novela que tiene lo mejor del género histórico mezclado con un puntito de thriller. Pero no, no se trata de investigadores en la Roma imperial ni de monjes medievales detectives. Lo que Isabel hace con mano firme es combinar dos líneas narrativas a través de un interesante ejercicio literario que nos lleva del presente en un monasterio oscense al pasado de la época carolingia.Rafael Durán, un historiador zaragozano es contratado por una fundación perteneciente a un grupo inmobiliario para traducir un códice carolingio descubierto en el transcurso de unas obras en un cenobio medieval. La traducción del documento, una larga carta escrita por el biógrafo de Carlomagno, no solo desvela un secreto, sino una exhaustiva información histórica sobre el siglo IX en Aragón.Pero en paralelo, Rafael se enfrenta a otra historia, personal, en el transcurso de la investigación que le llevará a plantearse hasta donde llega la realidad.

Covenant Baptist Church Sermon Audio
The Standard of the Law | Romans 2:17-29

Covenant Baptist Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022


The Fellow on Call
Episode 037: Hemophilia 101, Pt 2

The Fellow on Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022


In this episode, we discuss the fundamentals and approaches to chronic management and treatment for patients with known inherited hemophilia. What is hemophilia?* As name suggests, tendency to bleed* Two types: genetic and acquiredInherited hemophilia: * Genetic: sex-linked, meaning males will express it, females will, by and large be carriers * Main ones to be worried about: Hemophilia A and Hemophilia B** Hemophilia A: deficiency in factor VIII (1:5000 men)** Hemophilia B: deficiency in factor IX (1:30,000 men)** Thousands of underlying mutations * We grade the severity of hemophilia using the factor activity levels: ** Severe: 1 bleed into the joints for patients with severe hemophilia (goal is to keep levels >1%)** In patients with moderate or mild can do intermittent dosing *Hemophilia A/Factor VIII replacement (many options; here is what we use at Rouleaux): **Recombinant factor concentrates: Advate**Plasma-derived concentrates: Humate-P* Factor IX replacement: ** Recombinant factor concentrates: BenefIX*Bypassing agents: For patients with inhibitors (to be discussed in a future episode) or can be used for Hemophilia A or B*Options:** Novoseven (activated recombinant factor VII): Activates the extrinsic pathway to bypass the need for factors VIII or IX** FEIBA (factor eight inhibitor bypassing agent): Activated prothrombin complex concentrate (FIIa, VIIa, Xa)* Emicizumab (Hemlibra): bispecific monoclonal antibody that binds factor activated IX and X → essentially doing the job of factor VIII and leads to activation of the downstream common pathway** Note that it binds activated factor IX not inactivated factor IX and this is why you won't just constantly form clots by forcing down the common pathway like you would by giving a bypassing agent***cannot be used in Hemophilia B because it relies on the presence of factor IX**** Several new therapies have been introduced in recent yearsReferences:https://www.uptodate.com/contents/hemophilia-a-and-b-routine-management-including-prophylaxis?search=hemophilia%20treatment&source=search_result&selectedTitle=2~150&usage_type=default&display_rank=2: UpToDate article on current management of Hemophilia DOI: 10.1055/s-0042-1756188: “The More Recent History of Hemophilia Treatment.” Semin Thromb Hemost. 2022. Love what you hear? Tell a friend and leave a review on our podcast streaming platforms!Twitter: @TheFellowOnCallInstagram: @TheFellowOnCallListen in on: Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Google Podcast

The Throttle Dogs
Throttlecast Session 4 - Are Current BMWs so ugly only Chris Bangle could love them?

The Throttle Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 40:10


In this episode, we dispense with the pleasantries and rip BMW a new one for it's design language... or do we?  There are clearly sides taken.  With descriptions ranging from handsome and classic to a car that only Spongebob Squarepants could love.  While we discuss the merits or demerits of BMW design, we start taking sides on the M2, M4 CSL, M5 CS, XM, iX, i7... and some other Bimmers.  

Battle Royale: French Monarchs
37.5 - Blanche of Castile

Battle Royale: French Monarchs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 105:29


 More than just a stop-gap between Louis VIII and IX, Blanche of Castile proved definitively that a woman could not only rule France but lead its armies and redefine its culture. She was the granddaughter of Eleanor of Aquitaine, who hand-picked her as a daughter-in-law to Philip Augustus, whose legacy she would uphold in the face of numerous threats; from English invasions to fanatical peasants.  ⚜️ Blanche's song, Amour ou trop tard me suis pris, is performed by the Ensemble de Musique ancienne. The full recording is available on YouTube and Spotify.    ⚜️ Visit our Wordpress for episode images, score summaries, contact details and more! Make sure you leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen!You can also support the show on:Ko-Fi, where you can buy us a coffee and contribute a small amount to the show. Patreon, where you can join the official Angry Mob and get access to our bonus content: movie reviews, deep dives and bonus judgements!⚜️CATEGORIESBen and Eliza each give a score out of 10 for the first 4 categories. The 5th is determined by maths! The result is a total score out of 100. Enchanté: The shallow, first-impressions round: How fabulous and iconic an image have they passed down to us? En Garde: (A.K.A. “Selfish Wins”) How well did they gain and increase their personal power, either through scheming, statesmanship or good old fashion battles? Voulez-Vous: (A.K.A. “Selfless Wins”) How much would we want to live under their regime? How well did they better the world around them through law reforms and cultural projects? Ouh-Là-Là: How pearl-clutchingly scandalous were the events of their life, both in their time and down through the ages? How mad, bad and dangerous were they to know? La Vie en Throne: How many years did they reign, and how many of their children survived them? Read how these points are awarded. View all scores.

BIBLE IN TEN
Acts 11:28

BIBLE IN TEN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 9:59


Monday, 14 November 2022   Then one of them, named Agabus, stood up and showed by the Spirit that there was going to be a great famine throughout all the world, which also happened in the days of Claudius Caesar. Acts 11:28   The previous verse noted the prophets who had come down from Jerusalem to Antioch. Luke continues that thought now, saying, “Then one of them, named Agabus.” This person, Agabus, is said to be one of the prophets. His name may come from the Hebrew agav, or love. But it seems more likely it comes from the Hebrew word khagav, meaning a grasshopper or locust. This was considered a clean insect that could be eaten by the Jews according to Leviticus 11:22. The word is used four more times in the Old Testament to indicate a comparison in size (Numbers 13:33 & Isaiah 40:22), a heavy burden (Ecclesiastes 12:5), and a devourer of the land that has been sent by the Lord (2 Chronicles 7:13).   As for Agabus, Luke next says that he “stood up.” Rather, it is an aorist participle. It more appropriately reads, “having stood up.” In other wordsworrds, Luke sets him apart from the other prophets in order for him to make a prophecy. Agabus, having stood up, then “showed by the Spirit.”   The word translated as “showed” is a verb that speaks of a sign, sémainó. In other words, he “signified” by the Spirit. He gave a word that was to be taken as a sign that something would come to pass. This coming event was “that there was going to be a great famine.”   The reason for reporting this now will be seen in the coming verses, but other reasons which go unstated are that the New Covenant church, not Israel under the law, is given the word by the Spirit. It also shows that the famine which is coming could be prepared for by the church, both spiritually and physically, so that it would be able to continue and flourish. As for the famine itself, it is next said to be coming “throughout all the world.”   The Greek word epi, or upon, is used. The famine will come “upon all the world.” In saying “world,” it is to be understood that this is referring to the known world, meaning the Roman Empire at this time. As Souter states, it is “the land that is being inhabited, the land in a state of habitation, the inhabited world, that is, the Roman world (orbis terrarum), for all outside it was regarded as of no account.” Souter's evaluation of this is further confirmed by the next words, which say, “which also happened in the days of Claudius Caesar.”   Claudius Caesar ruled over the Roman Empire. Hence, the focus is on that part of the world at large. The prophesied famine could be an isolated one and yet still be a fulfillment of this prophecy because a lack in one area of the empire would cause a disruption over the entire empire. This is something that occurs throughout the world today.   One nation may have a time of famine which then extends out even to countries that are not facing a famine because the supply lines of other things become disrupted. Despite this, Albert Barnes gives a highly detailed explanation of four famines that came upon the Roman Empire during the reign of Claudius –   --------------------------------------- In the days of Claudius Caesar - The Roman emperor. He began his reign in 41 a.d., and he reigned for 13 years. He was at last poisoned by one of his wives, Agrippina, who wished to raise her son Nero to the throne. During his reign no less than four different famines are mentioned by ancient writers, one of which was particularly severe in Judea, and was the one, doubtless, to which the sacred writer here refers:   (1) The first happened at Rome, and occurred in the first or second year of the reign of Claudius. It arose from the difficulties of importing provisions from abroad. It is mentioned by Dio, whose words are these: "There being a great famine, he (Claudius) not only took care for a present supply, but provided also for the time to come." He then proceeds to state the great expense which Claudius was at in making a good port at the mouth of the Tiber, and a convenient passage from thence up to the city (did, lib. Ix. p. 671, 672; see also Suetonius, Claudius, cap. 20).   (2) a second famine is mentioned as having been particularly severe in Greece. Of this famine Eusebius speaks in his Chronicon, p. 204: "There was a great famine in Greece, in which a modius of wheat (about half a bushel) was sold for six drachmas." This famine is said by Eusebius to have occurred in the ninth year of the reign of Claudius.   (3) in the latter part of his reign, 51 a.d., there was another famine at Rome, mentioned by Suetonius (Claudius, cap. 18), and by Tacitus (Ann., John 12:43). Of this, Tacitus says that it was so severe that it was deemed to be a divine judgment.   (4) a fourth famine is mentioned as having occurred particularly in Judea. This is described by Josephus (Antiq., book 20, chapter 2, section 5). "A famine," says he, "did oppress them at the time (in the time of Claudius); and many people died for the lack of what was necessary to procure food withal. Queen Helena sent some of her servants to Alexandria with money to buy a great quantity of grain, and others of them to Cyprus to bring a cargo of dried figs." This famine is described as having continued under the two procurators of Judea, Tiberius Alexander and Cassius Fadus. Fadus was sent into Judea, on the death of Agrippa, about the fourth year of the reign of Claudius, and the famine, therefore, continued probably during the fifth, sixth, and seventh years of the reign of Claudius. See the note in Whiston's Josephus, Antiq., book 20, chapter 2, section 5; also Lardner as quoted above. Of this famine, or of the want consequent on the famine, repeated mention is made in the New Testament. ---------------------------------------   Life application: Context is the main thing to consider when evaluating a passage. To take an idea out of its intended context will lead to a false understanding (a pretext) of what is actually being said. Because of the use of the Greek word translated as “world” in this verse, one could then say that “the Bible is only speaking of the Roman Empire” at other times as well.   In such an evaluation, all kinds of false ideas about who is to be evangelized, the duration of the evangelization of the gospel, and so on, will arise. Paul uses the same term translated as world in Romans 10:18 saying that the gospel has gone out to “the ends of the world.” Therefore, the logic might be that the words of Jesus about preaching to all nations have been fulfilled. But Paul's point concerns the Jews having heard the word concerning Jesus and why the message would go out to the rest of the world after their national rejection of the Him.   By taking thoughts like this out of their proper context, incredibly bad theology has arisen concerning the sharing of the gospel (or even if there is only one gospel), end times events, and so on. There is a job to do, it is to be done over the face of the entire planet and to all people groups and all nations, and it is inexcusable that people sit on their hands and avoid their responsibilities simply because of such poor interpretation of Scripture.   Context is king, so keep things in their intended context. Be sure to stay away from any teaching that puts the burden on someone else or some other timeframe for the gospel to be shared. It is our responsibility to share the gospel, the one and only gospel, with all people at all times. As for national Israel, they will eventually accept it as well. The book is written, and it will come to pass. As for individuals, speak! They need Jesus.   Gracious and merciful God, thank You for Your wonderfully good news, the gospel, that comes through faith in the full, final, and forever work of Jesus Christ our Lord. Praise to You forever and ever for what You have done. We are reconciled to You through Him! Hallelujah and amen.

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 0:01


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