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Conversations
Piecrust promises and broken hearts

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2023 51:18


Alecia Simmonds with tales from a time in Australia's legal history when the jilted and broken-hearted could sue for redress in the courts 

The Loathe List
The South Raised Us, LA Gave Us

The Loathe List

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 43:46


On this episode of The Loathe List, Justin and Cohzy compare life in the South to the streets of LA - breaking down all the vibes from traffic (fear of freeways), crime (*Target), food (our love for Bojangles) and MANNERS! Plus, some of their fave Halloween memories! Excuse our French. Subscribe for new episodes weekly and put us on rotation! IG & TiKTok: @theloathelist --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-loathe-list/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-loathe-list/support

Rumble in the Morning
Tips from the Redneck Book of Manners

Rumble in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2023 1:12


Tips from the Redneck Book of Manners

THE ORACLE 19 PODCAST
Manners Matters: The Power of Good Etiquette

THE ORACLE 19 PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2023 37:28


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Triangle 411
FINANCIAL PLANNING—DON'T OUTLIVE YOUR MONEY, PAY FOR COLLEGE, TAX-EFFICIENT MANNERS, ETC.—A FRESH APPROACH- BEHAVIORAL FINANCE

Triangle 411

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2023 22:35


Michael Lewis of Tutor Financial Advisors uses the science of behavioral finance to help clients activate financial success. 

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

Gold Coast race caller with all the horses to follow this weekend in Queensland

Fear-LESS Girl Podcast
105. Teaching Our Kids Manners to Help Increase Their Confidence w/ Brooke Romney

Fear-LESS Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 33:53


In this episode, I'm diving into the exhilarating world of parenting with the incredible Brooke Romney. We're unraveling the secrets to building a strong community, instilling modern manners, and boosting confidence in our kids. Get ready for a joy-filled ride packed with practical tips from Brooke's latest book Modern Manners for KIDS and real-talk moments as we navigate these parenting waters together and raise a generation of confident, kind, and unstoppable kids!  Before you go!   Make sure you are part of the Fearless Fam! Follow me on Instagram Join the Finally Fearless Book Club Here Connect more with our guest from today:  https://www.instagram.com/brookeromneywrites Join my 21 Days to Confidence Course!    *******************   Thank you so much for listening to this episode! I'm honored and excited to be on this journey toward personal growth and greater confidence with you. If you enjoyed the podcast, I'd love to ask you to take 2 minutes to leave me a 5-star review on your podcast app, that way we can help even more women to join us as we #dropkickyourinnermeangirl together.

Mama Shrink
Manners Matter: How To Raise Polite Kids

Mama Shrink

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 31:53


Ever wondered why common courtesy seems to be fading away in today's world? What if teaching manners could make a significant impact on our lives and society? In this podcast episode, Dr. Cynthia Hawver, a licensed psychologist and host of the Mama Shrink podcast, passionately addresses the decline of manners in society, emphasizing the need for parents to actively teach their children these essential skills. Dr. Haver shares personal anecdotes and observations, ranging from the lack of door-holding to the rise of disrespectful behavior in children. She dives into various aspects of manners, covering interruptions, speaking disrespectfully, saying "please" and "thank you," and even extends the discussion to modern challenges like cell phone etiquette.   Dr. Hawver advocates for modeling good behavior as the foundation for teaching manners to children. She stresses the significance of addressing interrupting, disrespectful speech, and the importance of expressions like "please" and "thank you." The discussion expands to encompass behavior at the table, societal politeness, and the need to instill courtesy in email communication and other forms of modern interaction. Throughout, she highlights the pivotal role of parents in shaping their children's behavior and fostering kindness. Key Takeaways:   Manners are not outdated; they are essential for a harmonious society. Teaching manners involves addressing various aspects, from traditional table manners to modern communication etiquette. Parents play a crucial role in modeling good behavior and shaping their children's understanding of courtesy.   Resources: Facebook Group: Dr. Cynthia Midlife Mamas https://www.facebook.com/groups/drcynthiamidlifemamas Dr. Cynthia Hawver's website: drcynthiah.com and you can find me on the socials @dr.cynthiahawver

Bible Direction for Life
More Than Just Manners

Bible Direction for Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2023 40:21


Bible Direction for Life is the sermon podcast of Westside Baptist Church in Bremerton, Washington. This sermon is entitled “More Than a Manner” and was preached by Josh Bartels on November 19, 2023. If you would like to learn more about Westside Baptist Church, please visit our Website: www.BibleDirectionForLife.com. Subscribe to the Podcast if you would like to hear new sermons and lessons each week.  

A For Effort
Brooke Romney: Why Do Our Kids Need to Learn Manners?

A For Effort

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 57:46


You will not regret listening to this episode. We can promise you that. Brooke Romney is as classy as she is genuine, and as kind as she is sharp. She talks us through all the nuances of teaching kids manners in today's world. Why even take the time to teach them how to talk to adults? Do they need to really look people in the eyes? What's the point of all these lessons? We go through all of this together and enjoy every moment of it! Hope you will, too!Purchase Brooke Romney's latest volume of manners here: 52 Modern Manners for Today's KidsLooking for the teen versions? Find 52 Modern Manners for Today's Teens Vol. 1 and 52 Modern Manners for Today's Teens Vol. 2 using these links, or search for them on Amazon!Wondering what the best gifts for your family and friends are this holiday season? Grandpa Beck has you covered! Check out Grandpa Beck's Games and use the code    AFOREFFORT for 20% OFF YOUR PURCHASE!

Better with Dr. Stephanie
How to Manage Stress, Hormones, & Burnout with Dr. Neha Sangwan

Better with Dr. Stephanie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2023 98:24


Dr. Neha Sangwan is an internal medicine physician with a focus on addressing the root causes of stress, miscommunication, and interpersonal conflict. In this episode, Dr. Neha and Dr. Stephanie delve into the physical and psychological consequences of stress on the body. Dr. Sangwan explores topics like chronic fatigue syndrome, burnout, and the distinctions between burnout and depression. She also takes you on a journey of body mapping to help you identify signs of burnout and offers practical coping strategies.If you've ever found the concept of managing your mindset elusive, this episode brings clarity to the intangible world of stress. Learn about the phases of burnout and how to navigate them: alarm, adaptation, exhaustion. This episode is filled with valuable insights and is sure to leave you with a newfound understanding of the impact of stress on your body and mind.Resources mentioned:Opening Up: The Healing Power of Expressing Emotions - https://psycnet.apa.org/record/1997-05130-000Talk Rx: Five Steps to Honest Conversation that Create Connection, Health, Happiness - https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/25483005Awareness Prescription for Burnout PDF + personal video mini-series of Doctor Neha - https://intuitiveintelligenceinc.com/burnout-rx/Awareness Prescription handout + live client videos - https://intuitiveintelligenceinc.com/awareness-rx/Neha's Books - https://nehasangwan.com/books/Connect with Dr. Neha:Website - https://intuitiveintelligenceinc.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/DrNehaSangwanTwitter - https://twitter.com/doctornehaYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/nehashangoutEpisode Overview:0:00 Intro1:32 Introduction to Dr. Neha Sangwan and Her Expertise4:16 Introduction and Overview of the Conversation8:02 The Triad of Burnout: Exhaustion, Cynicism, and Ineffectiveness14:49 The Proverbial Straw: Burnout vs Depression20:43 Listening to the Body: Symptoms of Burnout and Exhaustion24:33 Physical Signals of Perimenopause: Hot Flashes, Altered Sleep Pattern28:02 Body Signals: Hip Tightness, Tension Cramping in Legs31:37 Addressing Symptoms Based on Physicality and Individual Presentation35:10 Using Singing and Chanting as a Form of Therapy38:31 The Need for an Integrated Approach in Healthcare42:05 The Importance of Empathy and Bedside Manner in Healthcare45:16 Navigating Emotions: The Importance of Body Signals52:56 The Interconnected Systems of Functional Medicine and Healing56:14 Different Approaches in Healthcare: Physical vs. Holistic1:02:33 The Positive Impact of Addressing Mental and Emotional Health1:06:18 The Power of Hormones, Diet, and Fitness1:09:01 Finding Purpose in Communication1:11:22 Body Image and Self-Compassion While Writing a Book1:14:15 Stood Up: Initial Thoughts and Benefit of the Doubt1:17:11 Neha's Lack of Manners and Punctuality1:17:42 Personalization: Making Problems About Oneself1:21:27 Connecting Emotions with Thoughts1:22:11 Education and Women in Leadership: A Game-Changing Opportunity1:29:03 The Power of Mind and Emotions: Handling Criticism with Grace1:33:05 The Body's Physical Signals and the Need for CuriosityWe want to thank our sponsors:Equip is the easiest way to support healthy joints and tissues, and support recovery after an injury. Put one scoop of Equip Foods Collagen and 1 scoop of their pre-workout in water before an early morning workout - and then make a post-exercise shake with their Prime Protein. Go to https://equipfoods.com/better and the code: BETTER for 20% offThe goal in life is not just to live longer, but to have more of the years that you live spent healthy. InsideTracker can help you optimize your health span so you can do just that. Go to https://insidetracker.com/drstephanie and use the code ESTIMA20 for 20% off.

Mohammad Elshinawy
Manners Of The Salaf #4 Guard Each Other'S Honor

Mohammad Elshinawy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 50:15


Mufti Menk
Manners Of The Salaf #4 Guard Each Other'S Honor

Mufti Menk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023


Omar Suleiman
Manners Of The Salaf #4 Guard Each Other'S Honor

Omar Suleiman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023


The Jeremiah Show
What does DTR mean to you?

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2023 53:55


FRIDAY show! Bill talks about his son Will's "Manners" dinner from last night. Morgan is looking forward to a nice nap on Thanksgiving and she has tips on how to accomplish it. Everyone is excited that Jim Donovan will be back in the Browns broadcast booth on Sunday, and Bill believes all this "DTR" talk is going to cause confusion in relationships. What is the grandest grand gesture that someone has done for you in your relationship? Cleveland made a "list"...and we think you're going to be surprised on what list "The Land" is featured on! Morgan's friend Rebecca Maxwell joined us to share her bartending expertise and also to tell us about "The Girls Room" (@its_thegirlsroom) connecting women through fun events in Cleveland! PLUS, Hollywood Dirt and Battle of the Burbs! 

Strong Women
S4 14: Education That Leads to Flourishing With Lynn Swaner

Strong Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2023 50:44


What is education for? How does the Christian worldview shape our approach to it? If you ask this week's guest, she'll tell you that it's for the flourishing of children, parents, and communities. Lynn Swaner is the Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer at the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). She joins us to talk about a Christian ethic of education and discipleship, the unique landscape of schools today, as well as the exciting innovations happening in Christian education across the country. We discuss what it looks like to approach education Christianly (whether you're in a Christian school context or not) and to live out Jesus' call toward love and discipleship as parents, students, and teachers—all for the advance of God's kingdom and the flourishing of culture.     Association of Christian Schools International  Mystery and Manners by Flannery O'Connor  Colson Educators  Future Ready by Lynn Swaner, Jon Eckert, Erik Ellefsen, and Matthew H. Lee  Culture Map by Erin Meyer  A Long Obedience in the Same Direction by Eugene Peterson  Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietze   American Prometheus by Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin  Founding Mothers by Cokie Roberts     Today, Christians face mounting pressure to conform to harmful secular ideologies about race, sexuality, human identity, and more. In response, the Colson Center seeks to equip believers with a Christian worldview on all these things, so they can know, live, and speak the truth in love. As we reach the end of the year, would you consider donating to support the ongoing work of the Colson Center? You can make your donation at colsoncenter.org/swyearend.  How do we remain faithful to Christ when our faith clashes with this cultural moment, or when we have to choose between conscience and career? We need courage, and courage must be cultivated. Join us at CCNC 2024 to find answers and tools to cultivate courageous faith for the specific challenges you face in this cultural moment. Speakers include Dr. Al Mohler, Father Calvin Robinson, Riley Gaines, Katy Faust, and more. For full speaker lineup and registration, go to colsonconference.org.    The Strong Women Podcast is a product of the Colson Center which equips Christians to live out their faith with clarity, confidence, and courage in this cultural moment. Through commentaries, podcasts, videos, and more, we help Christians better understand what's happening in the world, and champion what is true and good wherever God has called them.  Learn more about the Colson Center here: https://www.colsoncenter.org/   Visit our website and sign up for our email list so that you can stay up to date on what we are doing here and also receive our monthly book list: https://www.colsoncenter.org/strong-women  Join Strong Women on Social Media:   https://www.facebook.com/StrongWomenCC  https://www.facebook.com/groups/strongwomencommunitycc/  https://www.instagram.com/strongwomencc/   

Faithhouse Audio Podcast
Good Family Manners - Part 4B (The Manner of Giving Sacrificially To Your Local Church - Part 2)

Faithhouse Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2023 67:54


Good Family Manners - Part 4B (The Manner of Giving Sacrificially To Your Local Church - Part 2) by Paul Osei Yaw Afoakwa

The Social Circus
EP82 - Louise Percy

The Social Circus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2023 26:02


In this episode of The Social Circus, host Sarah Thomson welcomes back etiquette coach Louise Percy to discuss tips for hosting and attending Christmas parties and networking events. Louise emphasizes the importance of sending invitations well in advance and using electronic RSVPs to track attendance. As a host, it is crucial to greet guests at the entrance and introduce them to others. For guests, self-introductions and confident networking are key. Louise also advises on navigating sensitive topics and managing alcohol consumption at work functions.   Louise Percy is the founder of the Percy Institute of International Protocol and an expert in etiquette and elegance. With a background in military, political, and diplomatic work, Louise has been running the Percy Institute since 1992, offering courses and coaching on social and business etiquette. She is known for her expertise in networking and has recently launched a podcast called "Manners and Other Matters: Exploring Etiquette and Elegance."   Here's how you can connect with Louise: https://thepercyinstitute.com Facebook - The Percy Institute Instagram. Linkedin Manners and Other Matters Podcast   Key Takeaways: Send invitations in advance and use electronic RSVPs to track attendance. Greet guests at the entrance and introduce them to others as a host. Be prepared to do self-introductions and confidently network as a guest. Take cues from the host regarding alcohol consumption at work functions. Practice respect, consideration, and kindness when traveling and in confined environments.

Faithhouse Audio Podcast
Good Family Manners - Part 4A (The Manner of Giving Sacrificially To Your Local Church - Part 1)

Faithhouse Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2023 63:59


Good Family Manners - Part 4A (The Manner of Giving Sacrificially To Your Local Church - Part 1) by Paul Osei Yaw Afoakwa

Henry Lake
Have we lost our manners, and a rising concern in hospitals

Henry Lake

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2023 36:40


Henry Lake and Chris Tubbs discuss the lack of decorum and etiquette some people are having when returning to the workplace, and there is a disturbing rise in workplace violence towards hospital workers.

Adventurous Polyamory
I Have Nothing To Say About The Middle East

Adventurous Polyamory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2023 19:45


Obviously that's a falsehood.For your education and edification, here are some ethnic and religious wars and genocides that currently are being completely ignored by pretty much everyone. The Tigray War: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tigray_War#:~:text=The%20Tigray%20War%20was%20an,(TPLF)%20on%20the%20other.More than 250,000 dead, along with extensive human rights violations such as rape.Myanmar Civil War: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myanmar_civil_war_(2021%E2%80%93present)Myanmar and the Rohyngya people: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rohingya_peopleMoroccan War: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Saharan_clashes_(2020%E2%80%93present)#:~:text=The%202020%E2%80%932023%20Western%20Saharan,United%20Nations%20by%20the%20PolisarioThe sad history of the Kurds: https://www.cfr.org/timeline/kurds-long-struggle-statelessnessCivil War in Syria (speaking of the Kurds): https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_Syrian_civil_war_(2023)#:~:text=As%20of%202023%2C%20active%20fighting,occasional%20flareups%20in%20Northwestern%20Syria.Native Americans: https://www.bia.gov/service/mmu/missing-and-murdered-indigenous-people-crisisWar in Sudan: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_in_Sudan_(2023)#:~:text=A%20war%20between%20the%20Sudanese,Khartoum%20and%20the%20 Darfur%20region.10,000 dead, millions displaced. The day I recorded this podcast,  I doomscrolled through my news feed. Apparently there are several new earpods coming out! The only source who wrote about Sudan was Al-Jazeera. 1300 dead in Darfur. I could go on but you get the idea. Nobody wants to discuss these horrific conflicts; I have little doubt that soon this miserable war will join those ranks. As many as 5700 Native American women and girls go missing every year, but no one is marching in Times Square over it, are they?  Am I heartless for pointing this out? VOCABULARY:Flooding: https://www.gottman.com/blog/making-sure-emotional-flooding-doesnt-capsize-your-relationship/GET IN TOUCH:unlimitedheartcoaching@gmail.comIG: unlimitedheartfreedom

The Voice in the Wilderness
The Mind and Manners of Thanksgiving

The Voice in the Wilderness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2023 3:35


Thankful for shiny dime. $2 was huge and rare today. Conflicts, wars, volcanoes. Respectful words. Veteran's today. #podcast #podcasting #ChristianradioThe Voice in the Wilderness does not endorse any link or other material found at buzzsprout.More at https://www.thevoiceinthewilderness.org/

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

Gold Coast race caller with all the horses to follow this weekend in Queensland

Ganj e Hozour Programs
Ganje Hozour audio Program #985

Ganj e Hozour Programs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2023


برنامه شماره ۹۸۵ گنج حضوراجرا: پرویز شهبازیتاریخ اجرا: ۷ نوامبر ۲۰۲۳ - ۱۷ آبان ۱۴۰۲برای دستیابی به فایل پادکست برنامه ۹۸۵ بر روی این لینک کلیک کنیدبرای دانلود فایل صوتی برنامه ۹۸۵ با فرمت mp3 بر روی این لینک کلیک کنید.PDF متن نوشته شده برنامه با فرمتPDF متن نوشته شده پیغام‌های تلفنی برنامه با فرمتتمام اشعار این برنامه با فرمت PDF نسخه ریز مناسب پرینت تمام اشعار این برنامه با فرمت PDF نسخه درشت خوانش تمام ابیات این برنامه - فایل صوتیخوانش تمام ابیات این برنامه - فایل تصویریبرای دستیابی به اطلاعات مربوط به جبران مالی‌ بر روی این لینک کلیک کنید.مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۱۳۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #1134, Divan e Shamsچرا ز قافله یک کس نمی‌شود بیدار؟که رختِ عمر ز که باز می‌برد طرّار(۱)؟چرا ز خواب و ز طرّار می‌نیازاری؟چرا از او که خبر می‌کند کنی آزار؟تو را هر آنکه بیازرد، شیخ و واعظِ توستکه نیست مهرِ جهان را چو نقشِ آب قراریکی همیشه همی‌گفت راز با خانهمشو خراب به ناگه، مرا بکن اِخبار(۲)شبی به ناگه خانه بر او فرود آمدچه گفت؟ گفت: کجا شد وصیّتِ بسیار؟نگفتمت خبرم کن تو پیش از افتادن؟که چاره سازم من با عیالِ خود به فرارخبر نکردی ای خانه، کو حقِ صحبت؟فروفتادی و کشتی مرا به زاری زارجواب گفت مر او را فَصیح(۳) آن خانهکه چند چند خبر کردمت به لیل و نَهار(۴)بدان طرف که دهان را گشادمی به شکافکه قوّتم برسیده‌ست، وقت شد، هُش دارهمی‌زدی به دهانم ز حرص مشتی گِلشکاف‌ها همه بستی سراسرِ دیوارز هر کجا که گشادم دهان، فروبستینَهِشتی‌ام(۵) که بگویم، چه گویم؟ ای معماربدان که خانه تنِ توست و رنج‌ها چو شکافشکافِ رنج به دارو گرفتی ای بیمارمثالِ کاه و گل است آن مُزَوَّره(۶) و معجونهلا تو کاه‌گل اندر شکاف می‌افشاردهان گشاید تن تا بگویدت: رفتمطبیب آید و بندد بر او رهِ گفتارخمارِ دردِ سرت از شرابِ مرگ شناسمده شرابِ بنفشه، بهل شرابِ اناروگر دهی تو به عادت دهش که روپوش استچه روی پوشی زان کاوست عالِمُ الاَسرار؟بخور شرابِ اِنابَت(۷)، بساز قرصِ وَرَع(۸)ز توبه ساز تو معجون، غذا ز استغفاربگیر نبض دل و دینِ خود، ببین چونینگاه کن تو به قارورهٔ(۹) عمل یک باربه حق گریز که آبِ حیات او داردتو زینهار(۱۰) از او خواه هر نَفَس، زنهار(۱۱)اگر کسی‌ات بگوید که: خواست فایده نیستبگو که: خواست از او خاست، چون بُوَد بی‌کار؟مرید چیست؟ به تازی(۱۲) مرید خواهندهمرید از آنِ مرادست و صید از آنِ شکاراگر نخواست مرا پس چرام خواهان کرد؟که زرد کرد رخم را فراقِ آن رخساروگر نه غمزهٔ او زد به تیغِ عشق مراچراست این دلِ من خون و چشمِ من خونبار؟خزان مریدِ بهارست زرد و آه کناننه عاقبت به سرِ او رسید شیخِ بهار؟چو زنده گشت مریدِ بهار و مرده نماندمریدِ حق ز چه مانَد میانِ ره مردار؟به سویِ باغ بیا و جزایِ فعل ببینشکوفه لایقِ هر تخمِ پاک در اظهار چو واعظانِ خُضَرکِسوهٔ(۱۳) بهار، ای جانزبانِ حال گشا و خموش باش ای یار(۱) طرّار: دزد(۲) اِخبار: خبر دادن، آگاه کردن(۳) فَصیح: ویژگی کسی که خوب سخن بگوید و کلامش بدون ابهام باشد.(۴) لیل و نَهار: شب و روز(۵) هِشتَن: گذاشتن، رها کردن(۶) مُزَوَّره: غذایی که برای بیمار سازند که در واقع برای فریب بیمار است.(۷) اِنابَت: توبه(۸) وَرَع: پرهیزکاری، پارسایی (۹) قاروره: نمونهٔ ادرار(۱۰) زینهار: پناه خواستن(۱۱) زنهار: آگاه باش (۱۲) تازی: عربی(۱۳) خُضَرکِسوه: سبزپوش، سبز لباس------------مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۱۳۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #1134, Divan e Shamsچرا ز قافله یک کس نمی‌شود بیدار؟که رختِ عمر ز که باز می‌برد طرّار؟چرا ز خواب و ز طرّار می‌نیازاری؟چرا از او که خبر می‌کند کنی آزار؟تو را هر آنکه بیازرد، شیخ و واعظِ توستکه نیست مهرِ جهان را چو نقشِ آب قرارمولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۸۶Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #186, Divan e Shamsو آن کس که کس بُوَد او، ناخورده و چشیدهگَه می‌گزد زبان را، گَه می‌زند دهان رامولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اوّل، بیت ۱۳۲۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #1, Line #1324چون به قعرِ خویِ خود اندر رسی پس بدانی کز تو بود آن ناکسی‌‌مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۵۷Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #2, Line #257صد هزار ابلیسِ لاحَوْل آر بین آدما، ابلیس را در مار بین‏ دَم دهد(۱۴) گوید تو را: ای جان و دوست تا چو قصّابی کَشَد از دوست، پوست دَم دهد، تا پوستت بیرون کَشَد وایِ او کز دشمنان، اَفیون چَشَدسَر نهد بر پایِ تو، قصّابْ‏وار دَم دهد تا خونْت ریزد زارِ زار همچو شیری، صَیدِ خود را خویش کُن ترکِ عِشوهٔ اجنبیّ و، خویش کُن‏ همچو خادم دان مُراعاتِ خَسانبی‏‌کسی بهتر، ز عِشوهٔ‏ ناکَسان‏در زمین مردمان، خانه مکُن کارِ خود کن، کارِ بیگانه مکُن‏ کیست بیگانه؟ تنِ خاکیِّ تو کز برایِ اوست غمناکیِّ تو تا تو تن را چرب و شیرین می‏دهی جوهرِ خود را نبینی فَرْبِهی‏ (۱۴) دَم دادن: دمیدن، افسون خواندن بر مار، در اینجا یعنی فریب دادن------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۶۳۷Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #3, Line #637این سزایِ آن که شد یارِ خَسانیا کسی کرد از برایِ ناکسانمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۱۶۳۳ Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #1633تا بجویند اصلِ آن را این خَسان خود برین قانع شدند این ناکَسان سعدی، گلستان، باب اول، در سیرت پادشاهانSa'adi Poem, Golestan, Chapter 1, The Manners of Kingsبنی‌آدم اعضای یکدیگرندکه در آفرینش ز یک گوهرندچو عضوی به درد آوَرَد روزگاردگر عضوها را نمانَد قرارتو کز مِحنَتِ(۱۵) دیگران بی‌غمینشاید که نامت نهند آدمی(۱۵) مِحنَت: رنج------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اوّل، بیت ۳۲۱۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #1, Line #3214علّتی بتّر ز پندارِ کمالنیست اندر جانِ تو ای ذُودَلال(۱۶)(۱۶) ذُودَلال: صاحبِ ناز و کرشمه------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اوّل، بیت ۳۲۴۰Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #1, Line #3240کرده حق ناموس را صد من حَدید(۱۷)ای بسی بسته به بندِ ناپدید(۱۷) حَدید: آهن------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اوّل، بیت ۳۲۱۹Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #1, Line #3219در تگِ جو هست سِرگین ای فَتیٰ(۱۸)گرچه جو صافی نماید مر تو را(۱۸) فَتیٰ: جوان، جوانمرد------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اوّل، بیت ۲۶۷۰Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #1, Line #2670حکمِ حق گسترد بهرِ ما بِساط(۱۹)که بگویید از طریقِ انبساط (۱۹) بِساط: هر چیز گستردنی مانند فرش و سفره------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۱۳۰Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #3, Line #1130چون ملایک، گوی: لا عِلْمَ لَناتا بگیرد دستِ تو عَلَّمْتَنامانند فرشتگان بگو: «ما را دانشی نیست.» تا «جز آنچه به ما آموختی.» دستِ تو را بگیرد.قرآن کریم، سورهٔ بقره (۲)، آیهٔ ۳۲Quran, Al-Baqarah(#2), Line #32«قَالُوا سُبْحَانَکَ لَا عِلْمَ لَنَا إِلَّا مَا عَلَّمْتَنَا ۖ إِنَّکَ أَنْتَ الْعَلِيمُ الْحَكِيمُ.»«گفتند: منّزهى تو. ما را جز آنچه خود به ما آموخته‌اى دانشى نيست. تويى داناى حكيم.»مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۳۴۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #1344, Divan e Shamsدم او جان دَهَدَت رو ز نَفَخْتُ(۲۰) بپذیرکارِ او کُنْ فَیکون‌ است نه موقوفِ علل(۲۰) نَفَخْتُ: دمیدم------------مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۸۲۹Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #1829, Divan e Shamsگفتم دوش عشق را: ای تو قرین و یارِ منهیچ مباش یک نَفَس غایب از این کنارِ منمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۲۶۳۶Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #2636از قَرین بی ‌قول و گفت‌وگویِ اوخو بدزدد دل نهان از خویِ اومولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۱۴۲۱Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #2, Line #1421می‌رود از سینه‌ها در سینه‌هااز رهِ پنهان، صلاح و کینه‌هامولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۴۸۵۶Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #6, Line #4856گرگِ درّنده‌ست نفسِ بَد، یقینچه بهانه می‌نهی بر هر قرین؟مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۳۵۱۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #2, Line #3514بر قرینِ خویش مَفزا در صِفتکآن فراق آرد یقین در عاقبتمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۳۱۹۶Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #3196تا کنی مر غیر را حَبْر(۲۱) و سَنی(۲۲)خویش را بدخُو و خالی می‌کنی(۲۱) حَبر: دانشمند، دانا(۲۲) سَنی: رفیع، بلند مرتبه------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۱۵۱Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #2, Line #151مردهٔ خود را رها کرده‌ست اومردهٔ بیگانه را جوید رَفومولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۴۷۹Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #2, Line #479دیده آ، بر دیگران، نوحه‌گریمدّتی بنشین و، بر خود می‌گِریمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۲۲۳۵Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #3, Line #2235در گویّ(۲۳) و در چَهی ای قَلتَبان(۲۴)دست وادار از سِبالِ(۲۵) دیگرانچون به بُستانی رسی زیبا و خَوشبعد از آن دامانِ خَلقان گیر و کَشای مُقیمِ حبسِ چار و پنج و شَشنغزجایی، دیگران را هم بکَش(۲۳) گَو: گودال(۲۴) قَلتَبان: بی‌حمیّت، بی‌غیرت(۲۵) سِبال: سبیل------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اوّل، بیت ۴۰۹Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #1, Line #409هر که بیدار است، او در خواب‌تر هست بیداریش، از خوابش بَتَر چون به حق بیدار نَبْوَد جانِ ما هست بیداری، چو در بندانِ(۲۶) ما جان، همه روز از لگدکوبِ(۲۷) خیال وز زیان و سود، وز خوفِ زوال نی صفا می‌‌مانَدَش، نی لطف و فَر نی به سویِ آسمان، راهِ سفر خفته آن باشد که او از هر خیال دارد اومید و کند با او مَقال(۲۸)‌‌دیو را چون حُور بیند او به خواب پس ز شهوت ریزد او با دیو، آب‌‌ چونکه تخمِ نسلِ او در شوره ریخت او به خویش آمد، خیال از وی گریخت‌‌ ضعفِ سَر بیند از آن و تن پلید آه از آن نقشِ پدیدِ ناپدید مرغ، بر بالا پَران و سایه‌‌اش می‌‌دود بر خاک، پَرّان مرغ‌وَش‌‌ ابلهی، صیّادِ آن سایه شود می‌‌دود چندانکه بی‌‌مایه شود بی‌‌خبر کآن عکسِ آن، مرغِ هواست بی‌‌خبر که اصلِ آن سایه کجاست‌‌تیر اندازد به سویِ سایه او تَرْکَشَش(۲۹) خالی شود از جستجو تَرکَشِ عمرش تهی شد، عُمر رفت از دویدن در شکارِ سایه، تَفْت‌‌(۳۰)سایهٔ یزدان چو باشد دایه‌‌اش(۳۱) وارهانَد از خیال و سایه‌‌اش‌‌سایهٔ‌‌ یزدان(۳۲) بود بندهٔ خدا مردهٔ این عالم و زندهٔ خدا دامنِ او گیر زودتر بی‌‌گُمان تا رهی در دامنِ آخِرزمان‌‌(۲۶) در بندان: عملِ بستنِ در، در محاصره ماندن، مجازاً بسته شدن راهِ وصول به حق(۲۷) لگدکوب: لگدکوبی، مجازاً رنج و‌ آفت(۲۸) مَقال‌‌: گفتار و گفتگو(۲۹) تَرْکَش: تیردان، جعبه ای که جنگاوران در آن تیر می‌نهادند و با خود حمل می‌کردند.(۳۰) تَفْت: گرم، سوزان، شتابان(۳۱) دایه: زنی که طفل را با شیر خود پرورش دهد.(۳۲) سایهٔ‌‌ یزدان: کنایه از ولیِّ خداست.------------مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۴۳Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #43, Divan e Shamsبندهٔ آنم که مرا، بی‌گنه آزرده کندچون صفتی دارد از آن مه که بیازرد مرامولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۰۲۱Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #2021, Divan e Shamsکاروان رفت و تو غافل خفته‌ایدر زیانی، در زیانی، در زیانمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۱۹۱۱Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #2, Line #1911مصطفی فرمود: گر گویم به راستشرحِ آن دشمن که در جانِ شماستزَهره‌های پُردلان(۳۳) هم بَردَرَدنه رَوَد ره، نه غمِ کاری خَورَد(۳۳) پُردل: شجاع، دلیر، دلاور، باجرئت------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۴۰۵۳Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #3, Line #4053نَفْس و شیطان، هر دو یک‌ تن بوده‌انددر دو صورت خویش را بنموده‌اندچون فرشته و عقل، که ایشان یک بُدندبهر حکمت‌هاش دو صورت شدنددشمنی داری چنین در سِرِّ خویشمانعِ عقل‌ست و، خصمِ جان و کیشمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۴۰۶۳Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #3, Line #4063گرنه نَفْس از اندرون راهت زدیرهزنان را بر تو دستی کی بُدی؟زان عَوانِ(۳۴) مُقتَضی(۳۵) که شهوت استدل اسیرِ حرص و آز و آفت استزان عَوانِ سِرّ، شدی دزد و تباهتا عوانان را به قهرِ توست راهدر خبر بشنو تو این پندِ نکوبَیْنَ جَنْبَیْکُمْ لَکُمْ اَعْدی عَدُوتو این اندرز خوب را که در یکی از احادیث شریف آمده بشنو و به آنعمل کن: «سرسخت ترین دشمن شما در درون شماست».حدیث«اَعْدی' عَدُوَّکَ نَفْسُكَ الَّتی بَینَ جَنْبَیْكَ»«سرسخت ترين دشمن تو، نفس تو است كه در ميان دو پهلویت (درونت) جا دارد.»طُمطراقِ(۳۶) این عدو مشنو، گریزکو چو ابلیس است در لَجّ و ستیزبر تو او، از بهرِ دنیا و نبرد آن عذابِ سَرمَدی(۳۷) را سهل کرد چه عجب گر مرگ را آسان کند او ز سِحرِ خویش، صد چندان کند(۳۴) عَوان: مأمور(۳۵) مُقتَضی: خواهش‌گر(۳۶) طُمطراق: سروصدا، نمایشِ شکوه و جلال، آوازه، خودنمایی(۳۷) سَرمَدی: همیشگی، جاودانه------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۲۰۶۳Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #2063تا به دیوارِ بلا نآید سَرشنشنود پندِ دل آن گوشِ کرشمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ١۵٢١Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #1521این جفایِ خلق با تو در جهانگر بدانی، گنجِ زر آمد نهانمولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۱۰۴۲Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #1042قُلْ(۳۸) اَعُوذَت(۳۹) خوانْد باید کِای اَحَدهین ز نَفّاثات(۴۰)، افغان وَز عُقَد(۴۱)در اینصورت باید سوره قُل اَعوذُ را بخوانی و بگویی که ای خداوند یگانه، به فریاد رس از دست این دمندگان و این گره‌ها.می‌دمند اندر گِرِه آن ساحراتاَلْغیاث(۴۲) اَلْمُستغاث(۴۳) از بُرد و ماتآن زنان جادوگر در گره‌های افسون می‌دمند. ای خداوندِ دادرس به فریادم رس از غلبهٔ دنیا و مقهور شدنم به دست دنیا.(۳۸) قُلْ: بگو(۳۹) اَعُوذُ: پناه می‌برم(۴۰) نَفّاثات: بسیار دمنده(۴۱) عُقَد: جمعِ عقده، گره‌ها(۴۲) اَلْغیاث: کمک، فریادرسی(۴۳) اَلْمُستغاث: فریادرس، از نام‌های خداوند------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۲۸۳Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #4, Line #283چون ز عطرِ وَحی کژ گشتند و گُمبُد فَغانْشان که تَطَیَّرْنَا بِکُمْاز آن رو كه حق‌ستيزان از بوی دلاویز وحی و رایحه جان‌بخش الهی گمراه و منحرف شدند، فریاد برداشتند که: ما به شما فال بد می‌زنیم.قرآن کریم، سورهٔ یس (۳۶)، آیهٔ ۱۸Quran, Yaseen(#36), Line #18«قَالُوا إِنَّا تَطَيَّرْنَا بِكُمْ ۖ لَئِنْ لَمْ تَنْتَهُوا لَنَرْجُمَنَّكُمْ وَلَيَمَسَّنَّكُمْ مِنَّا عَذَابٌ أَلِيمٌ.»«گفتند: ما شما را به فال بد گرفته‌ايم. اگر بس نكنيد سنگسارتان خواهيم كرد و شما را از ما شكنجه‌اى سخت خواهد رسيد.»رنج و بیماری‌ست ما را این مقالنیست نیکو وَعْظتان ما را به فالگر بیآغازید نُصْحی(۴۴) آشکارما کنیم آن دَم شما را سنگسارما به لَغْو(۴۵) و لَهْو(۴۶)، فربه گشته‌ایمدر نصیحت خویش را نَسْرِشته‌ایمهست قُوتِ ما دروغ و لاف و لاغ(۴۷)شورشِ معده‌ست ما را زین بَلاغ(۴۸)رنج را صدتُو و افزون می‌کنیدعقل را دارو به اَفْیُون(۴۹) می‌کنید(۴۴) نُصْح: پند دادن، پند و اندرز(۴۵) لَغْو: باطل، بی فایده(۴۶) لَهو: بازی ‌کردن، سرگرمی(۴۷) لاغ: بازی، شوخی، مسخرگی(۴۸) بَلاغ: پیام‌رسانی(۴۹) اَفیون: تریاک------------مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۱۳۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #1134, Divan e Shamsز هر کجا که گشادم دهان، فروبستینَهِشتی‌ام که بگویم، چه گویم؟ ای معمارمولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۳۰۵۵Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #3055, Divan e Shamsتو همچو وادیِ(۵۰) خشکی و ما چو بارانیتو همچو شهرِ خرابی و ما چو معماری(۵۰) وادی: بیابان------------مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۱۳۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #1134, Divan e Shamsچرا ز قافله یک کس نمی‌شود بیدار؟که رختِ عمر ز که باز می‌برد طرّار؟مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۳۳۱۶Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #4, Line #3316از سخن‌گو‌یی مجو‌یید ارتفاع(۵۱)منتظر را بِهْ ز گفتن، استماع(۵۲)منصبِ تعلیم نو‌عِ شهو‌ت استهر خیالِ شهو‌تی در رَه بُت است(۵۱) ارتفاع: بالا رفتن، والایی و رفعت جُستن(۵۲) استماع: شنیدن، گوش دادن------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اوّل، بیت ۱۲۵۲Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #1, Line #1252باغبان را خار چون در پای، رفت دزد، فرصت یافت کالا بُرد تَفْت‌‌چون ز حیرت رَست، باز آمد به راه دید بُرده دزد، رخت از کارگاه‌‌رَبَّنٰا اِنّٰا ظَلَمْنٰا(۵۳) گفت و آه یعنی آمد ظُلْمت و گُم گشت راه‌‌(۵۳) رَبَّنٰا اِنّٰا ظَلَمْنٰا: پروردگارا، همانا ما به خودمان ظلم کردیم.------------مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۱۳۴Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Qazal) #1134, Divan e Shamsچرا ز خواب و ز طرّار می‌نیازاری؟چرا از او که خبر می‌کند کنی آزار؟مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۱۰۳۳Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #1033دیده‌یی کاندر نُعاسی(۵۴) شد پدیدکِی توانَد جز خیال و نیست دید؟(۵۴) نُعاس: چُرت، در اینجا مطلقاً به معنی خواب------------مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۴۱۰۰Rumi (Molana Jalaleddin) Poem (Mathnavi), Book #5, Line #4100خواب چون در می‌رمد از بیمِ دلقخوابِ نسیان(۵۵) کی بُوَد با بیمِ حَلق؟لٰاتُؤاخِذ اِنْ نَسینا، شد گواهکه بُوَد نسیان به وجهی هم گناه زآنکه استکمالِ تعظیم او نکردورنه نسیان در نیاوردی نبردقرآن کریم، سورهٔ بقره (۲)، آیهٔ ۲۸۶Quran, Al-Baqarah(#2), Line #286«… رَبَّنَا لَا تُؤَاخِذْنَا إِنْ نَسِينَا أَوْ أَخْطَأْنَا… .»«… اى پروردگار ما، اگر فراموش كرده‌ايم يا خطايى كرده‌ايم، ما را بازخواست مكن … .»(۵۵) نسیان: فراموشی-------------------------مجموع لغات:(۱) طرّار: دزد(۲) اِخبار: خبر دادن، آگاه کردن(۳) فَصیح: ویژگی کسی که خوب سخن بگوید و کلامش بدون ابهام باشد.(۴) لیل و نَهار: شب و روز(۵) هِشتَن: گذاشتن، رها کردن(۶) مُزَوَّره: غذایی که برای بیمار سازند که در واقع برای فریب بیمار است.(۷) اِنابَت: توبه(۸) وَرَع: پرهیزکاری، پارسایی (۹) قاروره: نمونهٔ ادرار(۱۰) زینهار: پناه خواستن(۱۱) زنهار: آگاه باش (۱۲) تازی: عربی(۱۳) خُضَرکِسوه: سبزپوش، سبز لباس(۱۴) دَم دادن: دمیدن، افسون خواندن بر مار، در اینجا یعنی فریب دادن(۱۵) مِحنَت: رنج(۱۶) ذُودَلال: صاحبِ ناز و کرشمه(۱۷) حَدید: آهن(۱۸) فَتیٰ: جوان، جوانمرد(۱۹) بِساط: هر چیز گستردنی مانند فرش و سفره(۲۰) نَفَخْتُ: دمیدم(۲۱) حَبر: دانشمند، دانا(۲۲) سَنی: رفیع، بلند مرتبه(۲۳) گَو: گودال(۲۴) قَلتَبان: بی‌حمیّت، بی‌غیرت(۲۵) سِبال: سبیل(۲۶) در بندان: عملِ بستنِ در، در محاصره ماندن، مجازاً بسته شدن راهِ وصول به حق(۲۷) لگدکوب: لگدکوبی، مجازاً رنج و‌ آفت(۲۸) مَقال‌‌: گفتار و گفتگو(۲۹) تَرْکَش: تیردان، جعبه ای که جنگاوران در آن تیر می‌نهادند و با خود حمل می‌کردند.(۳۰) تَفْت: گرم، سوزان، شتابان(۳۱) دایه: زنی که طفل را با شیر خود پرورش دهد.(۳۲) سایهٔ‌‌ یزدان: کنایه از ولیِّ خداست.(۳۳) پُردل: شجاع، دلیر، دلاور، باجرئت(۳۴) عَوان: مأمور(۳۵) مُقتَضی: خواهش‌گر(۳۶) طُمطراق: سروصدا، نمایشِ شکوه و جلال، آوازه، خودنمایی(۳۷) سَرمَدی: همیشگی، جاودانه(۳۸) قُلْ: بگو(۳۹) اَعُوذُ: پناه می‌برم(۴۰) نَفّاثات: بسیار دمنده(۴۱) عُقَد: جمعِ عقده، گره‌ها(۴۲) اَلْغیاث: کمک، فریادرسی(۴۳) اَلْمُستغاث: فریادرس، از نام‌های خداوند(۴۴) نُصْح: پند دادن، پند و اندرز(۴۵) لَغْو: باطل، بی فایده(۴۶) لَهو: بازی ‌کردن، سرگرمی(۴۷) لاغ: بازی، شوخی، مسخرگی(۴۸) بَلاغ: پیام‌رسانی(۴۹) اَفیون: تریاک(۵۰) وادی: بیابان(۵۱) ارتفاع: بالا رفتن، والایی و رفعت جُستن(۵۲) استماع: شنیدن، گوش دادن(۵۳) رَبَّنٰا اِنّٰا ظَلَمْنٰا: پروردگارا، همانا ما به خودمان ظلم کردیم.(۵۴) نُعاس: چُرت، در اینجا مطلقاً به معنی خواب(۵۵) نسیان: فراموشی

The Family Business with The Alessis
Manners Still Matter! How to Tame Tantrums and Teach Kids to Respect Others | S6 E8

The Family Business with The Alessis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2023 34:34


Have we stopped expecting kids to demonstrate good manners? Is teaching kids to maintain discipline in public a lost art? Go to any public place with families with kids, and you'll see examples of parents who have either struggled to show their kids proper manners to use in social settings - or parents who choose not to even try. But do manners still matter? For the Alessis, the answer is a  definite yes.   In this episode, the Alessis dive deep into the crucial topic of teaching children discipline and manners in a social setting - especially they are throwing embarrassing tantrums in public. They discuss the need to enforce discipline and manners within their own family and share practical strategies for teaching children how to navigate social interactions with grace. If you enjoy this, you'll love: Gentle Parenting or Tough Love? Why Your Kids Actually Need (and Want) Strong Discipline | S5 E15RECOMMENDED RESOURCEMore help with Manners - from Very Well FamilySteve Alessi's powerful new book "FORTY-TWO" is Now Available! For 42 frightening minutes, Steve Alessi's life hung in the balance. Now he's sharing the truths learned from facing death and how he came back stronger and wiser.Reading this powerful book will show you how to finish well, even if you were almost finished! Tap HERE to order your copy!***NOW OPEN - OUR FAMILY BUSINESS SHOP!***Get cool sweatshirts, t-shirts, hoodies and accessories to show the world that Family is Everybody's Business! Tap HERE to shop! JOIN THE FAMILY BUSINESS! Subscribe to the show on this app Follow Us on Instagram and Facebook Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Leave a review Have a question for the Alessis?Tap HERE and then the "Leave A Message" button to record your question!

The Common Good Podcast
What is actually the etiquette for airplane seats?

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2023 16:53


You're allowed to recline your seat on an airplane... right? Brian and Aubrey decide on the other do's and don'ts of airplane travel and then chat about an insightful quote from Walter Brueggeman: “The Crisis with the US church has almost nothing to do with being liberal or conservative; it has to do with giving up the faith and discipline of our baptism and settling for a common, generic US identity that is part patriotism, part consumerism, part violence, and part affluence.” Follow The Common Good on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Hosted by Aubrey Sampson and Brian From Produced by Laura Finch and Keith ConradSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My Family Talk on Oneplace.com
Manners and Courtesies

My Family Talk on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2023 1:29


There is still a place for respect in the manners of children and it can ultimately alter their behavior. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/779/29

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Dugongs And Seadragons
Season 2 Halloween Special! – Manners and Madness Episode 3 – A Dinner Party

Dugongs And Seadragons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2023 81:46


Halloween Special: Manners & Madness Episode 3 - A dinner party "It's a truth, universally acknowledged that an investigator in possession of a mystery, must be in want of an eldritch horror!" For the spooky season, Dugongs and Seadragons is proud to present the finale of a special 3-part series set in Regency England.  Our investigators Lydia (Erin Anderson) and Alistair (Andrew Kornblatt) found what seemed to be a severed arm and a mysterious tunnel in the crypt of the church. What will they discover, and will they be able to make it back to the vicarage in time to dress for dinner? To listen to the creation of the characters and Lydia and Alistair's first adventure together, please go to https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons The adventure used the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition rules, and the Regency Cthulhu and Hosts and Hostility books published by Chaosium. Background music is by Tabletop audio.

Dugongs And Seadragons
Season 2 Halloween Special! – Manners and Madness Episode 2 – An Investigation

Dugongs And Seadragons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2023 1:30


Halloween Special: Manners & Madness Episode 2 - An investigation "It's a truth, universally acknowledged that an investigator in possession of a mystery, must be in want of an eldritch horror!" For the spooky season, Dugongs and Seadragons is proud to present a special series set in Regency England.  Join our investigators Lydia (Erin Anderson) and Alistair (Andrew Kornblatt) in 1790s England. After a midnight scare and a fitful night's sleep, the investigators play a visit to the village. What will they discover..? To listen to the creation of the characters and Lydia and Alsitair's first adventure together, please go to https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons The adventure used the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition rules, and the Regency Cthulhu and Hosts and Hostility books published by Chaosium. Background music is by Tabletop audio.

Thriving In Motherhood Podcast
How Manners Can Lead Kids to A Successful Life with Brooke Romney [Episode 289]

Thriving In Motherhood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2023 43:56


Do you struggle with manners in your family? Do you wonder if they are outdated and even worth teaching? In this week's episode, Brooke Romney shares her simple system to effectively make manners part of our everyday lives with kids.  Brooke Romney is a writer, speaker and leader of an online community who helps moms of teens and tweens to create meaningful, healthy, and enjoyable relationships with their children through practical application, education, and community. Her goal is for every family to feel confident and connected. The mother of four boys ages tween to adult, Brooke knows parenting perfection isn't real and takes an honest and hopeful approach with her audience. Her best-selling book 52 Modern Manners for Today's Teens (Volumes 1 and 2) provides weekly tips to help parents and teens navigate the complexities of today's world. The follow-up 52 Modern Manners for Kids features tips for kids and tweens aged four through 12.  Brooke and her family live in Utah. You can find her on Instagram HERE. You'll love Brooke's emphasis on manners that will allow our kids to be aware, kind, and connected. She also shares a glimpse into her own motherhood journey and how she went from being stuck in perfectionism and overwhelm to truly enjoying motherhood and being present and engaged in her own family. In our conversation, Brooke outlines five ways to teach manners to kids: Focus on one manner a week. You can talk about it directly or leave it out for kids to read so they have some autonomy in learning. Bonus tip - add your manner time to something you are already doing well, like Friday movie night or a weekly family night. Teach the why. Kids are smart and understand. Role Play! It is a way to practice at home and a fun way to prepare. When you are reading books or watching movies together, talk about when the characters are using the manners you've learned about or when they don't. What are the consequences? What's the impact on those around them?  As a parent, look for when you are seeing the manners you've been talking about and reinforce them with a thank you or share around the dinner table when everyone used their manners. Expect that kids won't get it right away. That's okay! Think of it as planting seeds that will start to grow when they are ready. This is a proactive approach in parenting to give our children the best chance of success in navigating relationships. When our children know what to do or how to act appropriately, it empowers them and builds their confidence over time. A great resource to make this simple is Brooke Romney's 52 Modern Manners for Kids book (and her two books for teens). She designed it to stand upright to easily sit on a counter so everyone can read it easily throughout the week. The manner and the why are on the front page, and role plays are included on the back. Talk about setting up the environment to make it easy to do the thing you want to do! You can find Brooke's books here: 52 Modern Manners for Kids 52 Modern Manners for Today's Teens Volume 1 52 Modern Manners for Today's Teens Volume 2  

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Brant & Sherri Oddcast
1868 I Don't Know What 34% Means Anymore

Brant & Sherri Oddcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2023 17:47


Debating Faith, God Did It, God More Obvious, Manners, God of the Bible, BONUS CONTENT: Manners, Speakerphone In Public; Quotes: “We have to be humble about what we know and what we don't.” “I will engage in a mutual inquiry into the truth with you.” “You're actually pining for the God of the Bible.”    

The Prepper Broadcasting Network
Raising Values: Mind Your Manners

The Prepper Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2023 77:44


https://www.facebook.com/RaisingValuesPodcast/https://www.instagram.com/raisingvaluespodcast/http://www.mofpodcast.com/https://prepperbroadcasting.com/https://rumble.com/user/Mofpodcastwww.youtube.com/user/philrabSupport the showMerch at: https://southerngalscrafts.myshopify.com/Shop at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ora9riPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/mofpodcastGillian and Phil have a talk about polite manners, why there seems to be an epidemic of children not taught how to behave in public, and why failing to teach children manners is setting them up for failure in adulthood.Raising Values Podcast is live-streaming our podcast on YouTube channel, Facebook page, and Rumble. See the links above, join in the live chat, and see the faces behind the voices.

DocuSweeties with Chris and Wah
90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way S5 Ep15 "Family Manners"

DocuSweeties with Chris and Wah

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2023 30:01


Wherein Sariyah is not impressed with Sarper. Follow us! Instagram, Twitter and TikTok: @docusweeties @justcallmewah @chrislfarah If you want to support: Patreon.com/docusweeties --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/docusweeties/support

Dugongs And Seadragons
Season 2 Halloween Special! – Manners and Madness Episode 1 – An Invitation

Dugongs And Seadragons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2023 94:18


"It's a truth, universally acknowledged that an investigator in possession of a mystery, must be in want of an eldritch horror!" For the spooky season, Dugongs and Seadragons is proud to present a special series set in Regency England.  Join our investigators Lydia (Erin Anderson) and Alistair (Andrew Kornblatt) in 1790s England, as they receive an invitation to visit a friend at a nearby vicarage, for a pleasant holiday in the Somerset countryside... To listen to the creation of the characters and Lydia and Alsitair's first adventure together, please go to https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons The adventure used the Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition rules, and the Regency Cthulhu and Hosts and Hostility books published by Chaosium. Background music is by Tabletop audio. 

Matter of Facts
Episode 76: Raising Values: Mind Your Manners

Matter of Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2023 77:43


https://www.facebook.com/RaisingValuesPodcast/https://www.instagram.com/raisingvaluespodcast/http://www.mofpodcast.com/https://prepperbroadcasting.com/https://rumble.com/user/Mofpodcastwww.youtube.com/user/philrabSupport the showMerch at: https://southerngalscrafts.myshopify.com/Shop at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ora9riPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/mofpodcastGillian and Phil have a talk about polite manners, why there seems to be an epidemic of children not taught how to behave in public, and why failing to teach children manners is setting them up for failure in adulthood.Raising Values Podcast is live-streaming our podcast on YouTube channel, Facebook page, and Rumble. See the links above, join in the live chat, and see the faces behind the voices.

Speak Up with Laura Camacho
E209 Good Manners Pay Dividends with Lisa Gache

Speak Up with Laura Camacho

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2023 45:33


Laura and Lisa Gaché met through a common client/friend in LA, where Lisa is the queen of helping media stars and execs mind their manners. Laura and Lisa hit it off like PB and dark chocolate and dropped so many juicy tips on influence through good manners. In this unfiltered conversation you'll get the exact etiquette insights that NO ONE tells you (except maybe your mom

The Governance Podcast
Podcast: Liberty and Complexity in Liberalism and Conservatism with Dr. Greg Collins

The Governance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2023 49:12


About the Talk Can a moral or divine law independent of contingency accommodate the social and economic complexities of circumstance? Does a defense of custom necessarily repudiate the idea of immutable law applicable to all peoples and cultures? Is transcendent universality and spontaneous order reconcilable? This episode explores this age-old tension with reference to the intellectual origins of liberalism and conservatism. These ideologies are often said to derive from the French Revolution, but their roots trace back even further to the tension between reason and custom in the early modern period. Thinkers and jurists such as Richard Hooker, Edward Coke, and Matthew Hale defended custom for embodying the distilled wisdom of the generations, while the social contractarian tradition placed heavy stress on universal rationality and legislative sovereignty to instantiate the principles of individual autonomy and equality in civil society based on abstract reason. During the pamphlet wars in England over the Revolution, Edmund Burke, considered to be the godfather of conservatism, expanded on such early endorsements of custom to defend the cultural inheritance of European civilization. On the other hand, Richard Price and Thomas Paine, among various adversaries of Burke, intensified the early contractarians' emphasis on abstract reason to support the Revolution and attack Burke's defense of custom and just prejudice. This episode thus examines whether proto-conservatives, spanning from Hooker to Burke, and proto-liberals, spanning from Hobbes to Paine, persuasively harmonized their embrace of a universal moral law with their recognition of the complexity of social life. This inquiry will illustrate how the intellectual origins of conservatism and liberalism were premised on varying presuppositions about the sinful nature of man and the epistemological constraints of individual knowledge. The Guest Gregory M. Collins is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and Program on Ethics, Politics, and Economics at Yale University. His book on Edmund Burke's economic thought, titled Commerce and Manners in Edmund Burke's Political Economy, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2020. Greg's scholarly and teaching interests include the history of political thought, the philosophical and ethical implications of political economy, American political development, constitutional theory and practice, and the political theory of abolition. He has published articles on Burke's economic thought in Review of Politics; Adam Smith's imperial political and economic thought in History of Political Thought; Burke's and Smith's views on Britain's East India Company and monopoly in Journal of the History of Economic Thought; Frederick Douglass' constitutional theory in American Political Thought; Burke's plan for the abolition of the slave trade in Slavery & Abolition; and Burke's intellectual relationship with Leo Strauss and the Straussian political tradition in Perspectives on Political Science. Greg won the 2020 Novak Award, awarded annually by the Acton Institute to one young scholar who conducts research on the intersection of liberty and virtue. His current book project is a study of the idea of civil society in African-American political, social, and economic thought.

Practically Speaking Mom: Intentional Mom, Strong Family
Resources for Growing Confidence, Episode 205

Practically Speaking Mom: Intentional Mom, Strong Family

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2023 17:14 Transcription Available


One Announcement, Two Lists, and the Next Confidence Manner...Imagine unlocking the treasure of good manners in your children and seeing them navigate the world with poise and confidence. This episode includes my favorite manners books and a character development chapter book. Some programs mentioned in this episode include: AmericanHeritageGirls.org, TrailLifeUSA.com, Meals on Wheels, CYIA, and Teen Pact, Speech and Debate Leagues, STOA USA and NCFCA, designed for homeschooling parents keen on teaching speech, debate, and apologetic skills. We wrap up by discussing the art of maintaining attention, and teach your kids to be like a carrot, not like jello!Some books I mentioned in this episode (they are not affiliate links):The Berenstain Bears Forget Their Manners: Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain: 9780394873336 - Christianbook.comPinocchio's Quest, Grade 5: Robert Rogland: 9781932971118 - Christianbook.comThe Children's Book of Virtues: William J. Bennett: 9780684813530 - Christianbook.comHappy Day Books, Level 1: A Child's Book Of Manners: 9781414394626 - Christianbook.comSupport the showVisit Val's website: PracticallySpeakingMOM.comJoin Val's Facebook Group Intentional Mom, Strong FamilyFollow Val on Instagram and her Facebook Public Page Practically Speaking MOM To give a set amount each month click here. A few dollars a month would help so much!Here's some other ways to give:Cash App: $valPSMPaypal: val@PracticallySpeakingMOM.comDonate with a credit card HEREAll donations will be used for the ministry. Gifts are not tax deductible. THANK YOU for partnering in this ministry to strengthen families and encourage intentional moms."May the Words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, oh Lord, my Roc...

Whole Brain Teaching The Podcast
Mannerly Strategies for Beloved Rascals... and the Rest of Your Class, too!

Whole Brain Teaching The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2023 31:35


Manners are a crucial part of our classrooms!  This week, Coach sat down with Rhonda and me to discuss Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 strategies to connect with our most beloved rascals... and the rest of our class... when it comes to manners!  He left us with a cliffhanger, though!  Tier 4!!!  Who is on the edge of their seats HOPING he comes back on the podcast to discuss Tier 4?!?!  Hint: he gave Rhonda and I a sneak-peek!! You do not want to miss a moment of this podcast as it leads to our next podcast about Tier 4 strategies!! Thank you for listening and sharing this podcast wildly!!  We love bringing you content you can use in your class TOMORROW!!

Second Date Update Podcasts
10 23 23 Alyssa and Peter - Someone Needs a Lesson in Manners

Second Date Update Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2023 7:28


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The Medieval Podcast
Chivalry and Courtesy with Danièle Cybulskie

The Medieval Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2023 39:13


This week, guest host Peter Konieczny interviews Danièle about her new book Chivalry and Courtesy: Medieval Manners for a Modern World.You can support this podcast and Medievalists.net on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalistsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5406638/advertisement

According to the Cassels
Elevating your Etiquette with Alison Cheperdak: Navigating Etiquette, Ethics, and Manners

According to the Cassels

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2023 49:55


In this podcast episode, our guest, Alison Cheperdak, an etiquette expert, gets into the distinctions between etiquette, ethics, and manners. We will touch upon the importance of language and respecting individual choices. The discussion also extends to various social behaviors, including how to approach unconventional situations and conversations.  We explore how to become skillful conversationalists, making social events more comfortable, and the art of teaching etiquette to children. The episode concludes with insights into the meaningful handshake, the use of profanity, and guidance on public speaking. Key Points: Etiquette, ethics, and manners are related but distinct concepts that impact our interactions.Using a person's name can be a respectful alternative to using nontraditional pronouns.Understanding social behaviors and respecting individual preferences is essential in various situations.The pandemic has influenced social behaviors, making people feel rusty in social situations.Having specific goals and topics for conversation can enhance social interactions.Conversationalists should aim to make people feel heard and engage in meaningful conversations.Event hosts can promote comfort by strategic seating arrangements and giving guests tasks.Separating couples at events can encourage interactions with other guests.Teaching children good etiquette begins with setting a positive example.Children should be encouraged to write thank you notes from a young age.The handshake should have the firmness of checking a piece of fruit for ripeness.Avoid excessive cursing, as there are alternative words to express emotions.Proper public speaking coaching involves video analysis and continuous improvement. Quotable Moments: "You don't need to get super creative with the English language in order to be respectful.”-Alison [00:24:03:15] "Don't use the toy or experience the gift until the thank you note is sent.” - Alison [00:29:08:05] “There is nothing more powerful than watching recordings of yourself. [To Improve Public speaking] " - [00:36:48:03] LINKS MENTIONED: https://elevateetiquette.com https://www.instagram.com/elevateetiquette/ www.amycassels.com https://twitter.com/amy_cassels?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/acassels/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBzoQfLNzz_ieatgaoWDTcw

The ReWire Podcast w/ Ryan Stewman
There's an Art to Respect | ReWire 1393

The ReWire Podcast w/ Ryan Stewman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2023 5:08


Respect truly is a long-forgotten art.  When I was raised, I said, "Yes sir, No, Ma'am," I held the door and say, "Please."  I still do this today.  When I travel to other states, I realize, not everyone sees respect as an art.  They sure as hell don't use their manners back.  Some of them even think they're better than you because you show them respect.  Respect doesn't mean we have to like and trust each other.  We don't have to agree with one another, but respect just shows I understand.  Respecting someone who has put in the work to be successful shows appreciation.  To have respect for someone who has become a great spouse, parent, or personally developed and evolved human being.  It's a sign of honoring someone and acknowledging them.  You don't have to like them.  You don't have to trust them.  But you can use respect to let them know you are strong and confident without allowing insecurities to tear them down or bring animosity to the relationship.  When you're disrespectful, you might get the shit slapped out of you or get your ass kicked.  It's time to bring back respect.  Use your manners.  Manners make the man.  And great manners make the world a better place.  It all starts with respect.  #RiseAbove   HOW TO GET INVOLVED:  This planet is based on an algorithm and with every positive action, there is an adverse reaction.  Ryan Stewman rose and overcame a life of addiction, imprisonment, divorce, and circumstances that would break the spirit of the average human being.  He went on to create a powerful network of winners and champions in life and business creating a movement quickly changing lives one day at a time.  Learn more at: www.JoinTheApex.com   Check out this show and previous killer episodes of the ReWire Podcast in Apple Podcasts.

90 Day Gays: A 90 Day Fiancé Podcast with Matt Marr & Jake Anthony
90 DAY FIANCÉ The Other Way: 0515 “Family Manners”

90 Day Gays: A 90 Day Fiancé Podcast with Matt Marr & Jake Anthony

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2023 69:17


Sarper's attempts to win over Shekinah's sister go awry. Kim is out of the loop at her own wedding. Brandan asks Mary's grandfather for permission to marry her. Daniele learns that Yohan has a different understanding of their marriage.WANT EPISODES COMMERCIAL-FREE? JOIN RealityGays+ Either on Patreon, https://www.patreon.com/RealityGays or Supercast, https://realitygaysmulti.supercast.com/ or Apple Subscriptionshttps://linktr.ee/RealityGaysListen and review on our website https://www.realitygays.comFind us on the Socials:Tik Tok @realitygays https://www.tiktok.com/@realitygays?lang=enInstagram @RealityGaysPodcastFacebook @RealityGaysPodcastTwitter @RealityGaysPodY'ALL--COME AT US ON CAMEO! Book Jake or Matt! SISSY SWAG! Get a mug, shirt, pillow at our MERCH STORE!Wanna talk with your Sissy Squad? Join our PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUPFind Mattie! Instagram: @theMattMarr Twitter: @theMattMarrFind Jake! Twitter: @jakeitorfakeit Instagram: @jakeitorfakeitListen to Mattie's other ADVICE podcast, THE DEAR MATTIE SHOW! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Best Advice Show
Just Say 'You're Welcome' with Daniel Estrin

The Best Advice Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2023 7:22


Daniel Estrin is NPR's international correspondent in Jerusalem. Since joining NPR in 2017, he has reported from Israel, Gaza, the West Bank, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates. He has chronicled the Trump Administration's policies that have shaped the region, and told stories of everyday life for Israelis and Palestinians. He has also uncovered tales of ancient manuscripts, secret agents and forbidden travel.---Complimenting with Shira---Call Zak with your advice at 844-935-BEST---Pay Zak to gather more advice.

Christ Church (Moscow, ID)
The Great Dance: Christian Civilization, Decorum, & Manners

Christ Church (Moscow, ID)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2023 34:20


A talk from Grace Agenda 2023 Women's Seminar by Rebekah Merkle.

Awesome Etiquette
Episode 474 - New Phone Manners

Awesome Etiquette

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2023 69:01


Welcome to Awesome Etiquette, where we explore modern etiquette through the lens of consideration, respect and honesty. On today's show, we take your questions on difficult mother-daughter relationships, doctor titles on wedding invitations, whether or not to invite the pastor to a small intimate wedding reception, and what's the deal with registering for things. For Awesome Etiquette Community Members our question is about family members who don't acknowledge others' accomplishments. Plus your most excellent feedback, etiquette salute, and a postscript on the new phone manners media storm caused by the Washington Post's Heather Kelly with an assist from Lizzie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mufti Menk
[Ep 2] Suppressing Conflicts - Manners Of The Salaf

Mufti Menk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2023


Omar Suleiman
[Ep 2] Suppressing Conflicts - Manners Of The Salaf

Omar Suleiman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2023