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The Mosaic Nac Podcast
AND: Already & Not Yet I Terrell Eggers I Mosaic Nac

The Mosaic Nac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 52:13


InnerVerse
Aether & The Pleromic Void Chance Garton on Strange Mosaic with Emily Moyer

InnerVerse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 77:20


Follow Emily Moyer on Youtube for the video of episode - https://youtu.be/2pLFJIFUOHoChance Garton dropped in straight from the “innerverse” to add a few tiles to the mosaic. Enjoy! :) “Psychedelic Sync “ Public Offering: Aether & The Pleromic Void Writing the spiritual journey: then and now Power of the daily practice Shifting the archetypes If you don't control yourself, somebody else will Parasitic relationships Zeitgeist Trips down memory lane Entities of the psychedelic realm Traumatic experiences split off ego states Experimenting with consciousness No shortcuts to health & wellness Temporal quality of MDMA Aether & the pleromic void Everything has eyes Language of the Biofield Guardians of the threshold I Ching Find Emily: https://emilycmoyer.com https://patreon.com/offplanetmedia https://emilymoyer.locals.com https://projectkids.locals.com https://rokfin.com/EmilyMoyer Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Praise Chapel Paramount
Mosaic Reach Conference '22 Friday Morning Breakout

Praise Chapel Paramount

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 67:24


Praise Chapel Paramount
Mosaic Reach Conference '22 Night Three

Praise Chapel Paramount

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 62:52


Pastor Jeremy Johnson | Come Out Of The Cave 8.4.22

Praise Chapel Paramount
Mosaic Reach Conference '22 Thurs. Morning Breakout

Praise Chapel Paramount

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 68:45


Pastor Vanessa Briseno | 8.4.22

Praise Chapel Paramount
Mosaic Reach Conference '22 Night Four

Praise Chapel Paramount

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 55:54


Pastor Omar Lopez | 8.5.22

Praise Chapel Paramount
Mosaic Reach Conference '22 Night Two

Praise Chapel Paramount

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 62:11


Evangelist David Diga Hernandez | 8.3.22

Praise Chapel Paramount
Mosaic Reach Conference '22 Night One

Praise Chapel Paramount

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 42:31


Living Myth
Episode 292 - The Milk of Inspiration

Living Myth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:06 Very Popular


This episode of Living Myth begins with a Celtic myth about the mythic mother that attends each human birth and the ways we each can be “spellbound” is specific ways. “Spells appear in the important areas of our lives; especially in the areas where meaning and purpose must also be found. Fate marks the spot where the limitations in our lives insist on being known, but also where the deep imagination of each soul resides. Breaking an inner spell allows us to be touched by the grace of the world. It releases vital life energy that otherwise remains trapped and reveals creative imagination that makes us able to serve our deeper self as well as the world.   When a person becomes self-denying, self-rejecting or self-neglecting, they have fallen into an inner spell and forgotten core connections to their inner radiant self. Each person suffers their own version of being a motherless child, each an orphan in search of a meaningful task or a path of awakening that can lead to a genuine transformation. In the strange way of the world, it is the orphan part of us, the long abandoned, often rejected element of our own soul that finds the true inspiration of our lives. From the dark cave of confused feelings and traumatic memories comes the next phase of the story trying to unfold from within us. If we can accept and even forgive ourselves, we can be redeemed by the gift of Mother Nature in the form of the inner Milk of Inspiration.”   Thank you for listening to and supporting Living Myth. You can hear Michael Meade live by joining his new free online event “Re-creation and Renewal on Earth” on Thursday, August 25. Register and learn more at mosaicvoices.org/events.     You can further support this podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Members receive bonus episodes each month, access to the full archives of over 430 episodes and a 30% discount on all events, courses and book and audio titles. Learn more and join this community of listeners at patreon.com/livingmyth.   If you enjoy this podcast, we appreciate you leaving a review wherever you listen and sharing it with your friends. On behalf of Michael Meade and the whole Mosaic staff, we wish you well during this challenging and uncertain times and thank you for your support of our work.

2nd and Short
Fantasy Values ADP 51 - 100

2nd and Short

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 23:01


The crew is back to discuss fantasy/dynasty football. Tyler and Jason go over their best values in the 51 to 100 range for fantasy football and give their opinions on why they choose to zag when everyone else was zigging. Join Us! Check out our TikTok for more fun content https://www.tiktok.com/@Mosaic.M.C Head on over and join us on Facebook for more content: https://www.facebook.com/MosaicMediaC... See our Instagram for daily posts: https://www.instagram.com/mosaic.m.c/... Join us on Twitter for polls and discussions: https://twitter.com/Mosaic_M_C Disclaimer: Mosaic MC does not own the rights to the video clips and/or photos shown in the video

Passage to Profit Show
Manufacturing Your Products in the USA with Jason Azevedo from MRCA, 08-07-2022

Passage to Profit Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:11


This episode of The Passage to Profit Show features Jason Azevedo from MRCA, Brittany Driscoll from Squeeze Massage and Becca Gardner from NKD LDY. Jason Azevedo is a manufacturing expert and is the General Partner at MRCA (Manufacturing Revitalization Corporation of America), and is the co-founder of Advoque and Mosaic. MCRA works to revitalize America’s manufacturing sector to provide great products, made by fulfilled and well respected employees in the United States. It’s mission is to achieve increased employee wellness, enhancement in process, machinery, energy and communication. MCRA’s differentiator is the revitalization of the American worker through the addition of technology and training to create the most effective manufacturing workforce in the world. Jason’s companies Advoque and Mosaic (both currently under MCRA) develop platforms, campaigns and systems that help brands connect with their audience – including interactive retail displays, custom packaging, kitting, corrugate displays, injection molding and product manufacturing. Jason has had his heart in business development since an early age, starting a very successful apparel company that grew from humble garage beginnings to annual gross billings of over a million dollars. Jason has worked on many key projects for companies such as Arista Networks, Best Buy, Costco, Disney, EA Games, Intel, Roku, Starbucks, Target, WalMart, and Warner Bros. Read more at: https://mrca.net/ Our Entrepreneur Presenters for August 7, 2022: Brittany Driscoll is Co-Founder of Squeeze Massage, a franchise that is providing not only a “way better massage experience” for customers through its first-of-its-kind industry-leading technology in the retail service space, but also a “way better franchising experience” for potential franchisees. Squeeze’s revolutionary app-based booking and payment platform simplifies the process, allowing guests to book, pay, set personalized preference, tip, rate and review all at their fingertips, so they can walk in and float out. Prior to Squeeze, Brittany spent four years running marketing for Drybar, the original blow dry bar and the world’s largest blow dry bar franchise, where she helped take the company from $30M to more than $100M. Read more at: https://www.squeezemassage.com/ Becca Gardner is the founder of NKD LDY, a beverage company offering spirits without the alcohol. Unlike other no/low-alcohol spirits, NKD LDY doesn’t start with water, but with actual distilled spirits. Through innovation and technology, they gently remove the alcohol fraction from the spirits in a way that preserves as much of the spirits’ essence as possible. They then complete the beverages using flavor and aroma artistry acquired over decades of beverage development experience. Their product origins include tequila sourced from Mexico, whiskey made in Bardstown, KY, and a custom gin made with their partners in Milwaukee. Read more at: https://www.drinknkdldy.com/ Visit

Garfield Memorial Church
Mosaic Sermon August 7, 2022

Garfield Memorial Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


WISECRACKS: Knowing God

The Mosaic Nac Podcast
AND: Invitation and Challenge | Kyle Easley | Mosaic Nac

The Mosaic Nac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 48:26


Foodie and the Beast
Foodie and the Beast - Aug. 7, 2022

Foodie and the Beast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 54:02


Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today's show: • Bob Wiley, co-owner, Deviation Distilling, known for its use of unique global spices and eye-popping bottle designs. Deviation recently launched its line of gins in D.C. liquor stores and restaurants; • Danny Chavez, executive chef at Art and Soul / YOTEL Washington DC. Art and Soul boasts a scratch kitchen, meaning the majority of menu items are made in house, from scratch. Sounds like a lot of work! • If you want to make a difference in the world but aren't sure how, stay tuned for our chat with The “Bag Lady,” Lisa D.Foster. In 2005 she founded 1 Bag at a Time, Inc., a first-to-market reusable grocery bag company. In four years it grew to annual revenues of $8 million. Now, as a business coach and author of a hit book, also called “Bag Lady,” Lisa helps entrepreneurs navigate their way to success; • Chef David Rabin of the Caboose Tavern in Vienna and Caboose Commons in Mosaic, a locally owned and operated microbrewery that offers craft beer, fresh roasted coffee and a chef-driven menu; Historically, there are only a handful of cocktail books that strive to tell the cultural and historical stories of?Black?and Brown?mixologists. These stories need to be told. So, cocktail expert and star of the Discovery Travel and Living Channel's “Cocktail Kings” Colin?Asare-appiah also is coauthor of the fascinating new book “Black Mixcellence: A Comprehensive Guide to Black Mixology.” It details the significant impact Black?and Brown?mixologists have had on the cocktail industry throughout history.

DeenStrong
Friday Sermon: Fasting Is More Than One-dimensional

DeenStrong

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:45


Fasting is supposed to be more than one-dimensional. It's supposed to be both external and internal, both physical and spiritual. When it comes to the sacred day of Ashura this coming Monday (8/8/22) - the day in the Islamic Hijri calendar that Moses and his people were saved from Pharaoh and his henchmen - in order to properly and fully benefit from it, a person must reflect deeply and reflect critically internally: am I treading the path of Moses or Pharaoh? And if the silent claim is that Mosaic footsteps are being taken, reflect even deeper: is that claim sincere and clear, or hypocritical and cloudy? This day also commemorates the day Sayyidna Husayn, the beloved grandson of our beloved Prophet Muhammad, was mercilessly martyred. Again, an instance between good and evil - similar to Moses and Pharaoh. He intended to tread a Mosaic path of justice vs injustice, and paid the ultimate price in the end. Moses triumphed through victory. Husayn triumphed through martyrdom. We love and learn from both. May God gather us with them in paradise.

Living Myth
Episode 291 - The Pearl Within the Soul

Living Myth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:47 Very Popular


On this episode, Michael Meade uses the ancient metaphor of the pearl that begins as an irritant inside an oyster, that grows from within to become the treasure worth diving deep to find. “When the world fragments and falls apart on the outside, the underlying unity of life has to be found in the depths of the individual soul. Soul is the missing ingredient that has to be found again or the Spirit of life itself can seem to drain from the world. The iridescent pearl can symbolize both the life trying to grow from deep within us and the mysterious force that begets all of life to begin with.   An old Latin word for pearl means “unique,” attesting to the fact that no two pearls are identical. But also pointing to the fact that no two souls are the same as each soul born is unique and valuable in its own way. Those who claim to be perfect and have no visible defects are like manufactured pearls. Their glow does not come from the mystery that turns blemishes into beauty or inner wounds into gifts. Those who desire pearls must dive into dark waters and risk the isolation and confusion of the depths. Similarly, those who would find the inner pearl of the self must enter the deep waters of soul and face the darkness found within. They must crack the hard shell of the little-self and come to know themselves from the inside out. Ascent and upward movement can eternalize, while the downward movement of conscious descent personalizes and makes things real.   Finding the inner pearl of the soul requires great vulnerability, thus many fear and avoid the cracking and breaking open process. Yet, each time the shell of the little-self opens further, the inner radiance and iridescence of the soul can shine through. The deeper the connection to our inner self becomes, the stronger our connections to both nature and the divine also become. When the inner pearl of the soul becomes revealed, something also comes alive in creation. That's how things change here on earth, from the inside out, as the revealed value of the individual soul contributes great value and vital energy to the transformation of life trying to happen on Earth.”   Thank you for listening to and supporting Living Myth. You can further support this podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Members receive bonus episodes each month, access to the full archives of over 430 episodes and a 30% discount on all events, courses and book and audio titles.   Learn more and join this community of listeners at patreon.com/livingmyth.   As always, we appreciate you leaving a review wherever you listen to this podcast and sharing it with your friends. On behalf of Michael Meade and the whole Mosaic staff, we wish you well during this challenging and uncertain times and thank you for your support of our work.

Know In Part Podcast
Know In Part Podcast - Episode 88 - Free From The Law

Know In Part Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 81:05


Does the gospel message teach us to follow the law in order to live holy? Paul addresses those that were familiar with trying to maintain righteousness through the Mosaic law. That law was the old order. We are free to follow the new order, Jesus Christ.

2nd and Short
Fantasy Football Values - ADP 1 to 50!

2nd and Short

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 33:36


The crew is back to discuss fantasy/dynasty football. Tyler and Jason go over their best values in the early rounds for fantasy football and give their opinions on why they choose to zag when everyone else was zigging. Join Us! Check out our TikTok for more fun content https://www.tiktok.com/@Mosaic.M.C Head on over and join us on Facebook for more content: https://www.facebook.com/MosaicMediaC... See our Instagram for daily posts: https://www.instagram.com/mosaic.m.c/... Join us on Twitter for polls and discussions: https://twitter.com/Mosaic_M_C Disclaimer: Mosaic MC does not own the rights to the video clips and/or photos shown in the video

Rusty George Podcast
Episode 212: Carl Kuhl makes deciding where to plant simple

Rusty George Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 37:17


 Planting a church isn't easy. There are so many factors to consider, like where you'll plant the church and how to support the community you'll serve.Carl Kuhl knows a thing or two about that experience, and I'm glad to have him on the podcast this week to share his insights. He's a pastor, a church planter, and an incredible leader with a fascinating perspective on leading a church.Not only do we dig into the ins and outs of church planting, but I also had the chance to talk with Carl about his new book Blood Stained Pews and the life change that can happen when people in the church are less afraid to be honest about their struggles.Special thanks to Stadia Church Planting for sponsoring this episode!HighlightsAbout Carl - 1:56 Carl's start in ministry. The benefits of growing up in a healthy church. How the seed was planted in Carl to start planting churches. Planting Mosaic Christian Church - 16:32 How Carl landed on Baltimore as the location to plant Mosaic. Learning the culture of the area. The toughest thing about being a lead pastor Blood Stained Pews - 25:00 The story behind the blood stained pews Why Carl chose to write this book. The value of vulnerability and what it means for us to go first. Resources Carl's Instagram Carl's Facebook Carl's Twitter Carl's Website Mosaic Christian Church Blood Stained Pews: How Vulnerability Transforms a Broken Church into a Church for the Broken by Carl Kuhl

A History of Italy » Podcast
140 - King Ferdinand's woes (1458 - 1492)

A History of Italy » Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 19:56


After the death of Alphonse the Magnanimous, his son, Ferdinad, has quite a time managing to hold on to the kingdom of Naples what with revolting Barons, meddling popes and even an Ottoman invasion! Will the poor man ever get any peace and quiet?

Hop Forward: Getting You Ahead in the Brewing and Beer Business
Episode 147: Fermenting Thoughts: Why are Sierra Nevada focusing their marketing efforts on IPA? (And should we?)

Hop Forward: Getting You Ahead in the Brewing and Beer Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 14:35


A recent article from Paste Magazine called Iconic Craft Breweries Are Completely Surrendering to IPA Dominance has divided opinion on IPAs in discussions online amongst beer lovers.As someone who has a love-hate relationship with IPAs (mostly Hazy IPAs using Citra, Simcoe and Mosaic that look and taste like the next Hazy IPA), this article got me thinking about the nature of marketing IPAs, why we brew them more than anything else, and how lager fits into it all.Maybe there's room for breweries out there to swim upstream and focus their energies on dark beers, such as Anspach & Hobday's London Dark.Either way, these are my fermenting thoughts on IPA and whether too should be taking a leaf our of Sierra Nevada's book and mainly pushing them to our customers.Follow Hop Forward on Social MediaFacebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn

First Baptist Church Podcast
The Covenants & The Purpose of God for the World

First Baptist Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


I. The Progression of Covenants in the Bible. The Adamic Covenant. Gen. 1:27 27 So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. 28 Then God blessed them, and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth.” Gen. 2:15 15 Then the Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to tend and keep it. 16 And the Lord God commanded the man, saying, “Of every tree of the garden you may freely eat; 17 but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.” The Noahic Covenant. Gen. 9:1-7 The Abrahamic Covenant. Gen. 12:1-3 Now the Lord had said to Abram: “Get out of your country, From your family And from your father's house, To a land that I will show you. 2 I will make you a great nation; I will bless you And make your name great; And you shall be a blessing. 3 I will bless those who bless you, And I will curse him who curses you; And in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” The Mosaic or Sinai Covenant. Ex. 20-24 Ex. 24:7-8 7 Then he took the Book of the Covenant and read in the hearing of the people. And they said, “All that the Lord has said we will do, and be obedient.” 8 And Moses took the blood, sprinkled it on the people, and said, “This is the blood of the covenant which the Lord has made with you according to all these words.” The Davidic Covenant. 2 Samuel 7:8-16 The New Covenant. Text: Jer. 31:31 Behold, the days are coming, says the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah—32 not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers in the day that I took them by the hand to lead them out of the land of Egypt, My covenant which they broke, though I was a husband to them, says the Lord. 33 But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put My law in their minds, and write it on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people. 34 No more shall every man teach his neighbor, and every man his brother, saying, ‘Know the Lord,' for they all shall know Me, from the least of them to the greatest of them, says the Lord. For I will forgive their iniquity, and their sin I will remember no more.” Additional References: Ezek. 36:25-26; Jer. 32: 40-41 II. The Prophecy and Fulfillment of the New Covenant. Luke 22:20 20 Likewise He also took the cup after supper, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in My blood, which is shed for you. 2 Cor. 3:6 6 who also made us sufficient as ministers of the new covenant, not of the letter but of the Spirit; for the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life. Heb. 10:11 And every priest stands ministering daily and offering repeatedly the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. 12 But this Man, after He had offered one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down at the right hand of God, 13 from that time waiting till His enemies are made His footstool. 14 For by one offering He has perfected forever those who are being sanctified. 15 But the Holy Spirit also witnesses to us; for after He had said before, 16 “This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, says the Lord: I will put My laws into their hearts, and in their minds I will write them,” 17 then He adds, “Their sins and their lawless deeds I will remember no more.” 18 Now where there is remission of these, there is no longer an offering for sin. The Mediator of the New Covenant. The Members of the New Covenant. I Peter 2:9 9 But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light; 10 who once were not a people but are now the people of God, who had not obtained mercy but now have obtained mercy. See also: Rev. 1:5-6; Eph. 2:12; Heb. 12:22

Garfield Memorial Church
Mosaic Sermon July 31, 2022

Garfield Memorial Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


WISECRACKS: Whoever Has an Ear, Let Them Hear

Mosaic CLT
Mosaic Solos: New Things - Pastor Kristin Mockler Young

Mosaic CLT

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 43:46


This message was recorded live from the Mosaic Church "Hope Center" in Charlotte North Carolina. If you enjoyed this message, please help us by sharing our content on social media and subscribing to our channel. You can also support this ministry financially by giving to Mosaic Church here - http://bit.ly/1PMsdn3 HOPE FOR ALL

Big Band Bash
Classic Columbia and Okeh Recordings of Benny Goodman Part 2

Big Band Bash

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 58:06


This week I am going to continue with part two of the Mosaic box set, The Classic Columbia and Okeh Benny Goodman Orchestra Session 1939 -1957. These are many of the recordings that Benny made during those years and these are all instrumental recordings. Benny had some great vocalists during those years but Mosaic kept this set to just instrumentals. Some of the songs we'll be listening to include, Jersey Bounce, A String of Pearls, Birth of the Blues, I'll Get By, and many more. This set is no longer available and so I am happy to be able to present some of these great recordings. I hope you enjoy a look at some of the recordings by Benny and the orchestra. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbashfm.blogspot.com

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network
The Favorites - Our Gambling Movie Pantheon

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:25


What are the top gambling movies of all-time? A friend of the podcast returns to help us decide.  Michael Lasker is a true Hollywood insider, a top talent manager at Mosaic in Los Angeles and was recently named one of the 40 Most Powerful People in Comedy by the Hollywood Reporter. Most importantly, he's a huge film buff and legitimate Oscars savant.  Along with Action Network hosts Chad Millman and Simon Hunter, they discuss their best and worst gambling films of all time, along with who they believe best depicted the reality of betting. Plus, Lasker sheds some light on the more obscure 1992 film Diggstown, a boxing movie that still holds up. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CFO Yeah!
#33 The Future of Financial Data with Joe Garafalo of Mosaic

CFO Yeah!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 27:53


“The future of finance is all about breaking down silos, connecting the systems across the business and producing analytics and models at fast speed, which other people across the business can actually consume.”Mastering data is one of the main keys for businesses to navigate and operate at their best in the future of work. And Joe Garafalo's team at Mosaic is working to make that a reality everywhere. Joe got serious about financial data at Palantir, where he helped build an internal tool to connect various SaaS platforms. This turned into a prototype for Mosaic, a tool that gives companies data to make better decisions.In this episode of the CFO Yeah! podcast, we discussed the future of finance, and how CFOs can leverage data to position their function at the center of company decision making. He also dispenses great advice on how CFOs can move from a reactive to a strategic approach.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Favorites - Our Gambling Movie Pantheon

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:25


What are the top gambling movies of all-time? A friend of the podcast returns to help us decide.  Michael Lasker is a true Hollywood insider, a top talent manager at Mosaic in Los Angeles and was recently named one of the 40 Most Powerful People in Comedy by the Hollywood Reporter. Most importantly, he's a huge film buff and legitimate Oscars savant.  Along with Action Network hosts Chad Millman and Simon Hunter, they discuss their best and worst gambling films of all time, along with who they believe best depicted the reality of betting. Plus, Lasker sheds some light on the more obscure 1992 film Diggstown, a boxing movie that still holds up. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Living Beyond 120
Pet Longevity: Keep The Love Going

Living Beyond 120

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 63:30


Join Dr. Jeffrey Gladden in this chat with Gary Richter, one of the top ten veterinarians in the United States for 2012, and America's Favorite Veterinarian in 2015 by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF). Gary is a graduate of the University of Florida with a B.S. in animal science, an M.S. in veterinary medical science, and a doctorate of veterinary medicine with honors. He launched Holistic Veterinary Care in 2009 (in Oakland, California), is certified in veterinary acupuncture and veterinary chiropractic, and uses these therapies along with his veterinary medical education to achieve better outcomes for his patients. In this episode, they talk about how pet owners can use longevity science and practices to extend the lifespan and healthspan of their pets, the things you can easily do at home that will make a huge difference in your pet's health immediately and in the long run, and which traditional practices to stay away from. If you're going to live longer, you'll want your pet to do that with you.    Show notes: 00:55 Dr. Gladden introduces the episode's guest and topic. 02:14 Dr. Gladden asks what are some of the things people can do that have an impact on the health and longevity of their pets. 02:38 Gary explains why this is not only an animal health and welfare issue but also a human health issue. 03:37 Dr. Gladden brings up the Life Energy circle in our Mosaic of Ages and the role that pets could play in that. They proceed to elaborate on the unconditional element of this kind of connection and the profound effects it can have in a person's well-being. 06:27 What are some of the things people are doing wrong, though well-intended? 06:50 Gary tells us what is the single biggest thing we can do to help our pet live a better life. 07:34 Gary explains what's wrong with regular dry and canned food for pets. 08:27 Gary recalls what he was taught in school about pet nutrition, which is part of the problem. 08:50 So, what is the solution? Gary introduces “biologically appropriate food”. 10:04 Dr. Gladden asks for clarification on what a “whole food diet” looks like for pets. 12:13 Gary classifies dogs and cats in appropriate carnivore-omnivore categories. 13:12 Gary clarifies what dogs actually need in their food and what's not necessary. 14:05 Dr. Gladden raises the question of variety in our pet's diet. 14:56 Gary mentions the two things to keep in mind to work on a balanced diet for our pets. 15:41 How do we figure out if we're giving them a balanced diet? Gary give us guidance. 16:59 Where do we get this kind of food? And how do we choose between our options? 18:41 Gary lists out some nationally available brands. 19:54 Dr. Gladden talks about food acting as medicine or poison both for pets and people. 20:06 Dr. Gladden and Gary go into the costs of feeding our pets with regular dry or canned food vs whole foods. 21:41 Dr. Gladden asks Gary if dogs should NEVER eat regular dry or canned food. 22:36 Gary explains the greatest advantage that pets have over humans in terms of keeping a healthy balanced diet. This is the power that we have. 23:10 Dr. Gladden elaborates on the power of constructing the environment to support the mission. 24:50 Gary talks about table scraps and things we definitely want to keep away from our dogs. 26:35 Gary explains why chocolate is more problematic now than it was a while ago. 27:46 Dairy in our pets' diet is discussed. 28:50 What happens when you get a dog or a cat off kibble and onto a fresh food diet? 29:56 Dr. Gladden asks if giving pets nutrient-dense food has the same effects, in terms of satiation, weight loss, etc., as it does in humans. 30:26 Gary clarifies what “meat for dogs” extends to and the level of nutrition there. 31:47 Gary and Dr. Gladden discuss tripe: what it is and the ways you can feed it to your dog. Do they like it? 33:00 Dr. Gladden brings up the aging process in animals and asks Gary to elaborate. Is the seven years per one human year thing true? 34:30 Gary tells us what is the real key to promoting longevity in our pets. 35:32 Not all exercise will be of benefit to our dogs in the long run. Gary explains why. 37:51 Is there a way to rehab our dogs from those activities that give them joy but might be detrimental to their health? Dr. Gladden asks. 39:23 Gary and Dr. Gladden discuss the idea of maybe putting together a cocktail of peptides to help our very active pets heal and regenerate, as well as working dogs. 41:39 Gary and Dr. Gladden talk about figuring out how to give our dogs hydrogen water or something similar to help them recover, and the possibility of future projects together. 43:43 Dr. Gladden explains what he's measuring in humans right now, the breakthroughs that he's having and talks about maybe setting up that kind of trial for animals. 44:37 Dr. Gladden asks Gary how we can help prevent age-related diseases in our pets. 45:42 Gary talks about different kinds of diseases and the different kinds of dogs that tend to develop them. 46:55 Gary brings up research showing a relationship between certain types of cancer and spaying/neutering. Him and Dr. Gladden elaborate on the possible effects of spaying/neutering in pets' health in the long run. 49:52 There is a physiologic difference in dogs that were spayed/neutered at a younger age. 50:57 What is routinely recommended in veterinary medicine that might or might not be good for your pet? 53:00 Gary talks vaccines and the practice of over vaccinating our pets. 54:34 How to avoid over vaccination. Gary explains his method. 56:17 Gary explains the danger with parvo. 57:18 Dr. Gladden asks for Gary's expert take on the vaccination topic in regards to cats. 59:01 Dr. Gladden asks about the kinds of diseases or infections that our pets could transmit to us. What could we be exposed to? 1:01:36 Gary gives out the different websites people can go to to get educated, connect with him, get nutritious food for their pets, and even scope out the new pet wearables he's coming out with.      For more information on our mission & approach to longevity, health & human performance optimization, how to become a client, or more details regarding this and other podcast episodes, visit our website: www.gladdenlongevity.com  Follow us on social media! Instagram: @gladdenlongevity  Twitter: @gladdenlongevit  Facebook: @GladdenLongevity    And for more information on Dr. Gary Richter, his practice, his ultimate pet health guide on nutrition, and pet wearables, visit his websites and social media pages!     https://drgaryrichter.com/   www.PetVetExpert.com   www.HolisticVetCare.com   www.MyPetThrives.com   www.UltimatePetNutrition.com   www.PetMetrics.com  IG: @petvetexpert / @holisticvetcare / @ultimatepetnutrition  TW: @petvetexpert / @ultpetnutrition   FB: Dr. Gary Richter  YT: Ultimate Pet Nutrition   

Agriculture Today
1239—KSRE Summer Research Fellowship… Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 27:56


KSRE Summer Research Fellowship Preparing for Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus Now Watering Trees   00:01:05—KSRE Summer Research Fellowship— K-State associate professor and director of the Pet Food Program, Greg Aldrich, and K-State Research and Extension Summer Research Fellow, Kiara McCalister from Florida A&M University share about the KSRE Summer Research Fellowship program and their work this summer developing a pet food preference evaluation method for cats KSRE Summer Research Fellowship Website Grain Science and Industry KSU Website 00:12:10 —Preparing for Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus Now— K-State wheat pathology specialist, Kelsey Anderson Onofre, shares her insight into wheat streak mosaic virus and what producers can do now to prevent the spread of the disease in the coming year 2021 Wheat Variety Guide (2022 guide will be released soon) The KSU Plant Pathology Diagnostic Lab email is clinic@ksu.edu Plant Pathology Diagnostic Lab Website 00:23:07—Watering Trees — We end with this week's horticulture piece from K-State horticulturist Ward Upham says trees should be a priority for watering, especially if water use restrictions are in place   Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

Living Myth
Episode 290 - The Mystery of Life

Living Myth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 26:01 Very Popular


On this episode, Michael Meade revives two ancient myths about the origins of death in order to consider the core mysteries of life on earth. “Little deaths occur throughout the course of life; attending to them and learning from them adds to the vitality of one's own soul, but also to the vitality of the world. The presence of death is a tactic of life, and a little death is needed whenever life would grow greater.   The world is a mystery trying to be revealed. How we solve the mystery of the world and how we solve the mystery of our own lives matters. And each matters more at the end of an era, when all aspects of life and come into question. It's as if we need an ecology of both life and death in order to help sustain the delicate balance that allows both great nature and human culture to continue.”   Thank you for listening to and supporting Living Myth. You can further support this podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Members receive bonus episodes each month, access to the full archives of over 430 episodes and a 30% discount on all events, courses and book and audio titles.   Learn more and join this community of listeners at patreon.com/livingmyth.   As always, we appreciate you leaving a review wherever you listen to this podcast and sharing it with your friends. On behalf of Michael Meade and the whole Mosaic staff, we wish you well during this challenging and uncertain times and thank you for your support of our work.

Catholic Answers Live
#10734 Open Forum - Jim Blackburn

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022


Questions Covered: 4:27 – What’s the Church's teaching on cannibalism in extreme circumstances? Is it ever ethical?  11:50 – Regarding the teaching on following your conscience, how could one do so if you’re highly scrupulous? What is the Church's approach when it comes to mental illness?  20:40 – Can you clarify why there are different perspectives on Old Testament covenants and why some say the signs are different? The Mosaic covenant is either the 10 commandments vs Passover. The Davidic: Throne vs Temple  29:20 – Is our concupiscence a result of our free will? If Adam and Eve had not sinned, would someone else have sinned?  36:50 Since Covid, we haven’t been able to consume communion from the chalice. Does this mean we aren't receiving the blood of Jesus?  42:27 – Why don’t we as Catholics focus on baptism of the Holy Spirit? The Charismatic renewal has been focusing on this for 50 years now.  48:07 – Do Catholics follow the sabbath? How do you reconcile this with Isaiah 66:22-23?  52:30 – If someone is baptized with Trinitarian formula but doesn't believe in the Trinity, is it a valid baptism?  …

Personal Landscapes
Rebecca Lowe: Cycling through the Middle East's fractured mosaic

Personal Landscapes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 62:18


In 2015, Rebecca Lowe set out on a year long cycling trip from London to Tehran, a journey that revealed a splintered mosaic of cultures, countries and languages, each with their own unique traditions. We talked about the Arab Spring, the promise of Sudan, and the stark cultural divides within cosmopolitan Iran.

The Mosaic Nac Podcast
AND: Gather and Scatter | Kyle Easley | Mosaic Nac

The Mosaic Nac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 50:32


RealAgriculture's Podcasts
Wheat School: Consider wheat streak mosaic virus when planting winter wheat

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 7:52


Although not an overly common disease, wheat streak mosaic virus can cause an immense amount of damage to final yield. Reports in southern Alberta have indicated the appearance of the virus. Although alarms aren’t being set off, it’s important to be aware of it, as the virus can spread quickly and easily. The initial signs... Read More

Mosaic CLT
Mosaic Solos: Pastor Mike Smith

Mosaic CLT

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 43:09


Be Still and Know
Day 23 - Issue 42

Be Still and Know

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 3:25


John 8:7   Jesus said, “Let the one who has never sinned throw the first stone!” By this time, Jesus had become a deeply controversial person in Jerusalem, and the Pharisees and teachers of the religious law were looking for a way to trap him. They brought to him a woman who had been caught in the act of adultery. Presumably they also caught a man at the same time but, interestingly, we hear nothing of him. The religious leaders reminded Jesus that according to the law of Moses, anyone who committed adultery should be stoned to death. They wanted to know Jesus' response. It was a clever trap because if Jesus suggested that he disagreed with the Mosaic law, they would have had all the proof they needed that he was a heretic. But if he took a hard line and encouraged the stoning of this woman, his reputation for kindness and compassion would be shattered, and he would also have run into difficulties with the Romans who were proud of their exclusive right to execute people. Jesus' response was incredibly wise. Saying nothing, he stooped down and wrote in the dust with his finger. We have no idea what he wrote but he clearly frustrated the religious leaders who were desperate for an answer that would trap him. His brilliant response was that the one who was sinless should throw the first stone. Then, one by one, the woman's accusers slipped away. John notes, fascinatingly, that it was the oldest who left first, suggesting that they had the greater awareness of their own sin.  Once everyone had left, Jesus asked the woman where her accusers were. “Didn't even one of them condemn you?” he asked. “No, Lord,” she replied, to which Jesus responded: “Neither do I.  Go and sin no more.” (John 8:10-11). Jesus wasn't in any way suggesting that what the woman had done was OK. He identified it as sin, and told her not to continue in it. The woman must have been amazed by the grace and gentleness of Jesus, which stood in such sharp contrast with the harshness of her accusers. Jesus wasn't condoning her sin or treating it lightly, but he was lovingly encouraging her to live a life in line with God's will.  Question – How should we respond to people who flagrantly disobey God's rules? Prayer – Lord Jesus, forgive me for times when I have been harsh and judgemental of others. Help me to reflect your loving heart in all that I say and do. Amen

The Tikvah Podcast
Robert Nicholson on the Changing Face of Evangelical Zionism

The Tikvah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 48:39 Very Popular


In October 2013, Robert Nicholson wrote a defining essay in Mosaic, “Evangelicals and Israel: What American Jews Don't Want to Know (but Need to).” It in he outlined the wide and deep support that millions of Christian evangelicals had for Israel. He also sounded a note of caution: that support could diminish over time. Nearly ten years later, that warning may be coming to fruition. At the very least, the communities of American Christian evangelicals who formed the basis of Christian Zionism have decreased in numbers and influence. But there's some countervailing news: in other places around the world, from Brazil to Nigeria to Guatemala, evangelical Christianity has expanded, and with it, the possibility of support for Zionism. On this week's podcast, Nicholson, the president of the Philos Project, joins us to explain what's driving the changing face of evangelical Zionism in America and the rest of the world. Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.

Living Myth
Episode 289 - How the World Renews

Living Myth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 27:18 Very Popular


This episode of Living Myth begins with the fragmentation and breakdown of political parties and social lives currently happening in countries around the world. Michael Meade then takes the issues of upheaval in both nature and human culture to the deeper levels of psyche and soul where archetypal energies of transformation and healing try to enter the world though each of us. In accepting that we are in the midst of a great turnaround that involves a shift of the underlying archetypes of life, we become more able to tolerate and understand the tragic events that threaten both nature and human culture. The question becomes whether the pattern of collapse and renewal takes place simply through the raw energies of the unconscious or does a transformation of life on earth develop with the conscious awareness and assistance of people living at this time.    In times of radical change, a different kind of courage is required, not simply the courage of our convictions, for that can contribute to the polarization of opposites that grips the daily world. Rather, what is needed is the courage of our imagination, which is considered to be the deepest power of the human soul and which secretly is connected to the original potentials of life and the living Soul of the World.   Thank you for listening to and supporting Living Myth. You can hear Michael Meade live by joining his new online series “Finding Stories to Live With” that begins on Thursday, July 21. Register and learn more at mosaicvoices.org/events.     You can save 30% on this series and further support the podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Members receive bonus episodes each month, access to the full archives of over 430 episodes and a 30% discount on all events, courses and book and audio titles.   Learn more and join this growing community of listeners at patreon.com/livingmyth.   As always, we appreciate you leaving a review on wherever you listen to this podcast and sharing it with your friends. On behalf of Michael Meade and the whole Mosaic staff, we wish you well during this challenging and uncertain times and thank you for your support of our work.

Biblical Archaeology Today w/ Steve Waldron
Oldest Mosaic To Jesus Found In Early Church 225 AD

Biblical Archaeology Today w/ Steve Waldron

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 4:31


Inscribed To The God Jesus Christ! God bless you and thank for listening! Please subscribe and share and leave a five star review!

Composers Datebook
Sallinen and Kronos

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 2:00 Very Popular


Synopsis To some it seemed an act of sheer madness for a String Quartet to announce in the 1970s that it would not perform the classic repertory of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, but devote itself instead to music written after 1900, especially newly-composed works. But the Kronos Quartet has proved the skeptics wrong. Founded in Seattle in 1973, and reformed in San Francisco five years later, the Kronos Quartet has established itself as a major player on the international music scene, premiering hundreds of new works by living composers. On today's date in 1984, the Kronos Quartet was at the Kukmo Music Festival in Finland, where they gave the premiere performance of the 5th String Quartet of the Finnish composer, Aulis Sallinen, subtitled “Pieces of Mosaic.” This quartet is a string of 16 short fragments, and, as the composer explained, reflected a pessimistic view of world affairs, circa 1984, the ominously Orwellian year of its composition. “It seems somehow crazy,” said Sallinen, “that a composer should create extended symphonic forms for the world we live in. This quartet is the kind of work the world deserves: one which is smashed into fragments.” Sallinen is one of the best-known Finnish composers since Sibelius, and in addition to chamber works like his Fifth Quartet, he has written symphonic works and a number of successful operas. Music Played in Today's Program Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) – String Quartet No. 17 in Bb (Quartetto Italiano) Philips 422 512 Aulis Sallinen (b. 1935) – String Quartet no. 5 (Pieces of Mosaic) (Sibelius Quartet) Ondine 831 On This Day Births 1670 - Italian opera composer Giovanni Bononcini, in Modena; In 1720 he joined the Royal Academy of Music in London, where one faction favored Bononcini's works over those by Handel 1821 - French mezzo-soprano PaulineViardot-Garcia; She arranged some of Chopin's mazurkas as songs and performed them with the composer in concert; She also wrote an opera, "La Derniére Sorcière," that was performed in Weimar in 1869, and a chamber opera version of "Cendrillon (Cinderella)" which was performed privately in 1904 1872 - Czech composer Julius Fucik, in Prague; A student of Dvorák's, he composed the famous "circus" march, "Entrance of the Gladiators"; 1894 - Dutch-born American composer Bernard Wagenaar, in Arnhem; He was the son of the Dutch composer Johan Wagenaar (1862-1941); He came to the U.S. in 1920, was a violinist with the New York Philharmonic from 1921-23, and in 1927 became a composition teacher at the Juilliard Graduate School 1933 - Canadian composer R. Murray Schafrer, in Sarnia, Ontario 1954 - American composer Tobias Picker, in New York Deaths 1949 - Czech composer Vitezslav Novák, age 78, in Skutec, Slovakia Premieres 1713 - Handel: "Utrecht Te Deum," in London (Julian date: July 7) 1791 - Cherubini: opera, "Lodoiska, in Paris 1920 - Miaskovsky: Symphony No. 5, in Moscow 1972 - Panufnik: Violin Concerto, in London, with Yehudi Menuhin as soloist 1976 - Stockhausen: multi-media work "Sirius," in Washington, D.C., at the Smithsonian Institute 1984 - Sallinen: String Quartet No. 5 ("Pieces of Mosaic"), at the Kuhmo Festival in Finland, by the Kronos Quartet Links and Resources On the Kronos Quartet On Aulis Sallinen

The Mosaic Nac Podcast
AND: Family and Mission | Terrell Eggers | Mosaic Nac

The Mosaic Nac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 50:51


The Tikvah Podcast
Daniel Gordis and Asael Abelman on the Personality of the New Jew

The Tikvah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 70:25 Very Popular


Before the state of Israel was founded, some early Zionists argued not only for the recovery of Jewish political sovereignty, but also for the emergence of a new type of Jew. This “New Jew,” as they called it, would be free of Judaism's bookish habits and the weight of diaspora Jewish history and be able to take the reigns of the newly independent Jewish polity. Three-quarters of a century after Israel's founding, what is the state of the New Jew? Last month, the Mosaic columnist Eli Spitzer contended that Israel's 21st-century success made it outmoded. Looking around Israel today, he sees the fascinating reemergence of older, diasporic forms of Jewish life rather than the triumph of the New Jew. On the same day that Spitzer published his short reflection, the Mosaic contributor Daniel Gordis published a newsletter in which he came to the opposite conclusion: the state of Israel, he thinks, is “not the end of the Jewish people, just the end of a certain kind of Jewish people.” To him, the New Jew is alive and well. What could we do but convene a conversation on the matter? In this conversation, Gordis spoke with the Israeli historian Asael Abelman and Mosaic's editor Jonathan Silver about the the New Jew, the Old Jew, and the types of human personalities that the state of Israel tends to cultivate. This discussion took place live on Tuesday, July 12, in front of Mosaic subscribers.  Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.

Issues, Etc.
1962. The Discovery of a Synagogue Mosaic Depicting Old Testament Women Deborah and Jael – Dr. Craig Evans, 7/15/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 25:52


Dr. Craig Evans of Houston Baptist University Jesus and His World: The Archaeological Evidence

The Charlie Kirk Show
The Midterm Variant and a Media Mosaic of Fear

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 34:28 Very Popular


With just 117 short days until Americans head back to the polls for the Midterm Elections, like clockwork, Democrats and the Medical - Media Industrial Complex have deployed what appears to be their gran strategy to save their electoral hides this November: a new variant of the Chinese Coronavirus. Dubbed by "Medical Experts" the BA.5 Variant, Charlie walks through how it would be more aptly named "The Midterm Variant" and how it represents a harbinger of renewed & reinvigorated pushes to lock down, mask up, and vote by mail. He also looks more broadly at an even more sinister motivation, one aimed at a total domination of your children and their future and forecasts who is behind this unapologetic, shameless totalitarianism. Let this extremely important episode of The Charlie Kirk Show be a warning to you all: COVID is making its election-year comeback—will you be ready to stand alongside this show and reject it? Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Living Myth
Episode 288 - The Churning of the World

Living Myth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 32:27 Very Popular


On this episode, Michael Meade draws upon a story about the fall of the earth into darkness that is thousands of years old, yet strangely parallels and can help illuminate the worldwide crises that currently trouble all of our lives. Churning the Milk Ocean is a vast myth depicting how beauty, meaning and wisdom become drained from the world as all levels of life become more divided and chaotic.   The story focuses upon two important things that become lost and cause the earth to diminish and the world to grow dark. On one hand Lakshmi, the goddess of wisdom, beauty and abundance has disappeared from the earth. On the other hand, “amrit,” the eternal elixir and source of all healing has fallen to the bottom of the ocean of existence.   Churning the ocean is a surprising tale of lost and found on a cosmological scale, intended to remind us how the most important things can disappear, yet not be completely lost. It is an eternal drama in which only a strange cooperation between the opposing forces of dark and light can bring back the lost powers of creation and the medicine needed to sustain both nature and culture.   It's a grand tale about the struggle between the forces of dark and light at a cosmic level. It involves a pantheon of ancient gods and a horde of demons, as all levels of life become caught in a struggle to find again, and sustain, the balance of creation.   Thank you for listening to and supporting Living Myth. You can hear Michael Meade live by joining his new online series “Finding Stories to Live With” that begins on Thursday, July 21. Register and learn more at mosaicvoices.org/events.     You can save 30% on this series and further support the podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Members receive bonus episodes each month, access to the full archives of over 430 episodes and a 30% discount on all events, courses and book and audio titles. Learn more and join this growing community of listeners at patreon.com/livingmyth.   As always, we appreciate you leaving a review on wherever you listen to this podcast and sharing it with your friends. On behalf of Michael Meade and the whole Mosaic staff, we wish you well during this challenging and uncertain times and thank you for your support of our work.