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I am so excited for you to meet one of the coolest, wisest, most interesting, and compassionate people I have had the chance to speak with. Carroll Dunham is a badass. She has followed her curiosity and passions from Princeton, NJ, to Nepal, where she lived, studying traditional medicines as an anthropologist and Buddhism, fostered local children, impacted economic development for women, and so much more. She's an author, a producer, a speaker, a teacher, a National Geographic explorer, wife, mother, and compassionate activist. When I grow up, I hope to be like Carroll! Enjoy this episode packed with stories, wisdom, and insights into how to live an extraordinary life.
Enjoy the twenty-fourth episode of Culture To Grow, which allows you to travel the world from the comfort of your home, your car, or if you are still half asleep in your bed.In this episode, we will uncover the well kept secrets behind seemingly ordinary aspects of daily life including: Have you ever wondered which hand should be used to show respect in Mongolia?Why is buffalo allowed to be eaten, but not cows in Nepal? Are Polish people really unfriendly? And which country consumes the most meat per capita?
In this episode of "The Power Of Owning Your Career Podcast," Simone welcomes an inspiring guest, Rumee Singh, Co-Founder of Rahat/Rumsan, a UNICEF Innovation Fund portfolio startup. Rumee shares her journey from growing up in Nepal to making her mark in the United States and then returning to Nepal to make a positive impact there. She emphasizes the importance of being present in career decisions, and to take stock of your passion and what you are good at and find a common ground. Rumee's self-awareness and authenticity shine through as she shares tips on how she has successfully navigated her career path. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking inspiration and guidance on how to own their career path while making a meaningful impact. You can connect with Rumme on LinkedIn. ↪️Join The After Show Discussion in our LinkedIn Group. ↪️Leave a review https://ratethispodcast.com/driverseat ✨ Become the Most Successful You! https://www.careerbreakthroughcall.com
Cristi Hegranes is an award-winning journalist and founder of the Global Press Institute (GPI), a nonprofit organization that builds and maintains news bureaus in some of the world's least-covered locations, like: Cameroon, Haiti, Kashmir, Mongolia, Nepal, Zambia and more. The organization recruits local women in the areas and then implements a 16-week training-to-employment program in which they learn the principles and practice of investigative journalism. Upon completion, graduates are offered full-time, paid employment as reporters with GPI's Global Press Journal (GPJ), which aims to “produce ethical, accurate news, to create a more just and informed world, with team members who are guided by four core values: dignity, diversity, transparency and excellence.” In September 2023, Hegranes released her new book: “BYLINE: How Local Journalists Can Improve the Global News Industry and Change the World,” which features original interviews with some of the biggest names in journalism, including Nicholas Kristof, Carroll Bogert, Bobby Ghosh, Lauren Williams, as well as Global Press reporters across the planet. In the book, Hegranes states that international coverage led by local journalists can restore trust in the entire news publishing industry. She explains, “to enact this solution, the industry will have to let go of many outdated assumptions about what news people want, who has a right to tell their story.” In this episode of “E&P Reports,” we go one-on-one with award-winning journalist and founder of the Global Press Institute (GPI) Cristi Hegranes, whose new book: “Byline” makes a case that the global news publishing industry can become more sustainable by rethinking how it provides global news coverage by focusing on local news sourcing — as opposed to: “The flawed discipline of parachute journalism.” Within the interview with E&P Publisher Mike Blinder, Hegranes cites recent GPI research indicating, “There is a deep reservoir of untapped demand from readers in the United States — across a wide range of demographics, including noncitizen, diaspora, and migrant populations — for international journalism that is local, precise and representative.”
Australia celebrates Citizenship Day on September 17th. The purpose of the day is to reflect on the importance, responsibilities, and benefits of being an Australian citizen. Many Nepali community members who have taken up Australian citizenship have expressed a sense of responsibility after becoming citizens. However, they point out, waiting in the queue for foreigners on a visit to Nepal would be unpleasantly uncomfortable, but it would be easier if the Nepali government provided dual citizenship as soon as possible. - सेप्टेम्बर १७ तारिखलाई अस्ट्रेलियामा सिटीजनसिप डेका रूपमा मनाउने चलन छ। अस्ट्रेलियन नागरिक हुनुको महत्त्व, वहन गर्नु पर्ने जिम्मेवारी र प्राप्त हुने सुविधाहरूका बारेमा विचार गर्ने अवसरका रूपमा यस दिनलाई लिइन्छ। सन् २००१ बाट मनाउन सुरु गरिएको सिटीजनसिप डेको अवसरमा अस्ट्रेलियाको नागरिकता लिएका नेपाली समुदायका सदस्यहरूले यहाँको नागरिक बनेपछि आफूहरू अझ जिम्मेवार अनुभव गरेको बताएका छन्। नेपाल जाँदा, विदेशी नागरिकको लाइनमा बस्दा असहज लाग्ने भए पनि नेपाल सरकारले दोहोरो नागरिकताको प्रावधान चाँडो गरिदिए सहज हुने उनीहरूले बताए।
In this episode we meet Cynthia Anderson, a YWAM missionary, speaker, trainer and author of a brand-new book called The Multiplier's Mindset which tackles some of the main paradigm shifts we need to adopt if we are to catalyse Disciple-Making Movements. Cynthia spent decades pioneer church-planting in Nepal & India, where, after years of frustration and self-doubt, she saw hundreds of new believers and many movements to Christ emerge.She has also developed a video training course for those seeking to start discipleship-making movements and many of her trainees have seen incredible fruit.We discuss the growth of the church in Nepal, her family's expulsion from the country, her real struggle to enjoy India and some of the differences between making converts and making disciples.Cynthia's Book - www.multipliersmindset.comCynthia on Instagram- www.instagram.com/daretomultiply/Cynthia's DMM blog- www.dmmsfrontiermissions.com/blogYWAM Discipleship Training Schools: https://ywam.org/dts_________________________________________________________________________________Do get in touch if you have any questions for Matt or for any of his firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can find out more about us by visiting www.frontiers.org.ukOr visit www.frontiers.org and select from one of our national offices. For social media in the UK:Instagram: frontiers_ukFacebook: @frontiersukfriendsAnd do check out the excellent 6 week video course, MomentumYes:www.momentumyes.com (USA)www.momentumyes.org.uk (UK) _________________________________________________________________________________
Ever feel lost in life? What if you were actually closer to hitting your goals than you think? In this episode we talk about navigating through tough moments in life, how to reorient ourselves and set intentional direction to hit your goals in life. We are also doing our 1st Overseas 10-Day Missions trip to Nepal as a couple! We will be bringing business education, english education, and health education to the people tucked away in the Himalayan Mountains and the valley of Kathmandu. Our focus in education is to help prevent human trafficking that is so prevalent in the mountains. If you'd like to partner with us on our trip to Nepal, you can contribute financially at the following links! They are separate as we both have to be funded individually.JUBY'S TRIP TO NEPALMARK'S TRIP TO NEPALWant to chat or have any suggestions for the show? Let's Talk! You can find us at:Instagram: @mark.k.benton2 @jubynotjudyFacebook: Mark K. Benton IIWebsite: markkbenton2.comYouTube And if you're enjoying this podcast, please leave us a review on Apple Podcast, Spotify or on the Website. We'd be so grateful and appreciative of you!
This week in Asian American news: We cover Scale AI, an Asian American-founded tech company that outsources the AI training to workers in Asia (particularly Nepal, India, and the Philippines). Filipino workers speak out about these “digital sweatshops.” In Georgia, RICO indictments seek to paint the Stop Cop City movement as a massive criminal enterprise. Police are citing use of words like “mutual aid,” “zines,” and “collectivism” as proof of criminal conspiracy. Ok, Sherlock Holmes. Billionaire Oprah donates 10million to Maui relief efforts. Native Hawaiians point out that it's only .5% of her wealth (roughly $16 for the average American) and that she owns almost half as much land as what was burned in the fires. And finally the IRS plans to actually do something cool: go after nearly 1,600 millionaires who owe a loooooot in taxes—upwards $250,000 each. -- WHAT'S POLITICALLY ASIAN PODCAST? -- We're two Asian American comedians talking about politics and the Asian American community to get more Asians talking about politics! Join Aaron Yin (he/him) and Gerrie Lim (they/them) for 45 minutes-ish each week as we discuss current topics and events related to Asian Americans through the lenses of history, class, and advocacy. CHECK US OUT ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://instagram.com/politicallyasianpodcast/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@politicallyasianpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/politicasianpod Website: https://politicallyasianpodcast.com Support us at https://buymeacoffee.com/politicalasian COMMENTS, THOUGHTS, OPINIONS, HOT TAKES, FEEDBACK: email@example.com MUSIC by Clueless Kit: https://soundcloud.com/cluelesskit Song title: live now
In late April of 2010, 23-year-old Aubrey Sacco was in the last stretch of a solo trek she'd made to Asia following her graduation from the University of Colorado. Aubrey, a beautiful, artistic, and soulful young lady, wasn't fearful of traveling alone. She made friends in foreign countries, playing soccer with locals, tutoring schoolchildren, and practiced yoga with new friends. On April 21st, Aubrey made her way into the Langtang National Park in Nepal, promising her parents that this hike through the Himalayas wouldn't take more than 7-10 days, and that she'd email them as soon as she returned. Her email never came. Aubrey disappeared after leaving a small lodge and never reached her destination. More than 10 years later, there are still no clues as to what happened to Aubrey or where she might be. This is her story No evidence has ever been found to indicate that Aubrey was the victim of foul play. She remains missing. If you have any information about the disappearance of Aubrey Sacco, please contact the Sacco family on their website or official Facebook page. Aubrey's Website: https://www.aubreysacco.com/ The Families Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AubreySaccoMissing Resources: https://themurderdiariespodcast.com/episodes/missing-aubrey-sacco Music Used: Walking with the Dead by Maia Wynne Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Maiah_Wynne/Live_at_KBOO_for_A_Popcalypse_11012017 License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ Our Links: Website: https://themurderdiariespodcast.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themurderdiariespod Buy Us a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mdiariespod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themurderdiariespod/ TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdgBwpV1/ Threads: https://www.threads.net/@themurderdiariespod Edited by: https://www.landispodcastediting.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aloha Inspired Money Makers! In Episode 5 of the Inspired Money Podcast's live stream series, "The Generosity Effect: The Ripple of Inspired Giving," hosted by Andy Wang and produced by Bradley Jon Eaglefeather, a panel of nonprofit and neuroscience experts— Maggie Doyne, James Siegal, and Dr Paul J. Zak—come together to discuss the generosity effect and what it means to give of yourself! Overview Welcome to Episode 5 of the 'Inspired Money' live-stream series, where we delve into the transformative power of generosity. In this episode, we explore the profound impact of giving on both the giver and the recipient. Our esteemed panelists will share their personal stories, discuss the science behind generosity, and inspire you to create your own philanthropic legacies. Segments Segment 1: The Heart of Generosity: Emotional and Psychological Dimensions of Giving : Generosity is more than just giving; it's a profound expression of human connection. This segment explores the emotional and psychological dimensions of generosity, revealing how it shapes our mental landscape and fosters community and trust. Segment 2: The Many Faces of Giving: Time, Talent, and Treasure: Discover the three T's of giving—Time, Talent, and Treasure. This segment delves into the various ways we can contribute to the world, from volunteering our time to sharing our unique skills and making financial contributions. Segment 3: Effective Altruism: Maximizing Impact through Thoughtful Giving: How can we make the most significant difference in the world? This segment introduces the concept of Effective Altruism, a movement that aims to maximize the overall well-being through evidence-based giving. Segment 4: Inspiring a Legacy of Generosity: Strategies for Long-Term Impact: What does it mean to leave a lasting legacy of generosity? This segment explores how individuals and companies can create a measurable and enduring impact through strategic and innovative giving. Segment 5: The Generosity Ecosystem: Collaborative Giving and Community Building: In our interconnected world, the Generosity Ecosystem is reshaping how we give. This segment explores the power of collaborative giving and community engagement, urging us to build a culture of generosity that resonates with our shared humanity. Guest Profiles: Maggie Doyne: Maggie, an American philanthropist, has dedicated over 13 years to educating children and empowering women in Nepal. She founded the BlinkNow Foundation and used her life savings to build a home for orphaned children. Her work has been globally recognized, and she believes that anyone can make a difference "in the blink of an eye." Her story embodies the episode's focus on the transformative power of generosity. Dr Paul J. Zak:Paul is a renowned professor and researcher in neuroeconomics, focusing on the science behind extraordinary experiences and happiness. His work explores the neurochemical foundations of trust and morality, making him an expert in the psychological dimensions of generosity. His research has been cited over 19,000 times, and he's a regular TED speaker. His insights will add depth to the episode's exploration of the emotional and psychological aspects of giving. James Siegal: James is a Senior Fellow at KABOOM!, an organization aimed at ending playspace inequity. During his tenure as CEO, he expanded the organization's reach through philanthropy and public-private partnerships, focusing on racial equity. His experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors makes him a thought leader in community engagement and social impact, aligning perfectly with the episode's theme of generosity and giving. Guest Links: Maggie Doyne: https://maggie-doyne.com and https://blinknow.org Dr. Paul Zak: https://pauljzak.com/ James Siegal: https://kaboom.org Hashtags: #InspiredGiving #JamesSiegal #MaggieDoyne #PaulJZak #GenerosityEffect #RippleOfGiving #EffectiveAltruism #TimeTalentTreasure #InspiredMoneyLive #Eaglesvision This blog post is brought to you by Runnymede Capital Management, in collaboration with EaglesVision and the Inspired Money live-stream podcast series.
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This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/MASTYORASTY and get on your way to being your best self.-------------------------Melika is a world adventurer and nomad. Her journeys have taken her all the way from Iran to Nepal to south and central America, and now in Mexico. In this episode she opens up about her soulful coming of age story of how as a teenager she decided to listen to that curious voice inside her heart and follow it to wherever it took her. -------------------------To learn more about psychedelic therapy go to my brother Mehran's page at: https://www.mindbodyintegration.ca/ or to https://www.legacyjourneys.ca/ for his next retreat.***Masty o Rasty is not responsible for, or condone, the views and opinions expressed by our guests ******مستی و راستی هیچگونه مسولیتی در برابر نظرها و عقاید مهمانهای برنامه ندارد.***-------------------------King Raam Tour:Berlin - Oct 11Amsterdam - Oct 15Koln - Oct 20Hamburg - Oct 29Vienna - Nov 2kingraam.com/tourSocial Media: @kingraam Voice Messages: www.t.me/mastyorasty Merch: www.kingraam.com/merch NFT: www.foundation.app/kingraam Donations: paypal.me/raamemami Venmo: @kingraam
With Father's Day in Nepal being celebrated on Thursday, September 14, Nepal correspondent Ganesh Acharya spoke to poet Laxman Gamnage on his poem ‘Mera Ba', dedicated to Nepali fathers. - यो वर्ष बिहीबार, १४ सेप्टेम्बरमा नेपालीहरू मौलिक पिता सम्मान दिवस वा बोलीचालीको भाषामा ‘बुवाको मुख हेर्ने दिन' परेको छ। यो दिन नेपाली भाषीहरूले विशेष गरी आ-आफ्ना ड्याड, पापा, बुवा, दादा वा बा भनेर सम्बोधन गर्ने आफ्नो पितालाई मन पर्ने खानेकुरा, सर-सामान उपहार दिएर सम्मान गर्ने चलन छ। यसै अवसरमा साहित्यकार लक्ष्मण गाम्नागेले एसबीएस नेपालीका श्रोताहरूका लागि आफ्नो ‘मेरा बा' शीर्षकको कविता वाचन गरेका छन्। नेपाल संवाददाता गणेश आचार्यसँगको कुराकानीका क्रममा कवि गाम्नागेले बाबुआमा र छोराछोरी बिचको सम्बन्ध राम्रो बनाउन एक अर्काको भावना बुझ्नु पर्ने भनाइ पनि राखेका छन्। बुवाहरूमा समर्पित गाम्नागेको कविताका साथै उनीसँग गरिएको कुराकानी सुन्नुहोस्।
In this season premiere edition of SPORTS GOOFS: Francisco and Charles talk their summer adventures in sickness and in health. They do a rundown of MLB entering the final weeks of the season. A final Tears of the Kingdom update. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle love. The Petty Train finally rides for the NFL Week 1. Finally Charles' summer wrestling summary. SPORTS GOOFS presented by Mr. Tortilla. Try the Famous 1-Carb Tortilla in Multigrain or Pico de Gallo! Listen to us on Podhero! Support the Goofs on Patreon. Sports Goofs' Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Discord | TikTok Francisco's Social Media: Twitter | YouTube Andrew's Social Media: Twitter | Twitch Charles' Social Media: Twitter Goof States of America (40.5): California, Virginia, Florida, Washington, New Jersey, Oregon, Ohio, Texas, New York, Illinois, Arizona, Michigan, Indiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Georgia, Montana, Delaware, Alabama, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Kentucky, Rhode Island, Utah, Kansas, Maryland, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Iowa, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri, Idaho, New Mexico, Hawaii, District of Columbia, Oklahoma Goof World Order (57): United States, India, Canada, Ireland, Vietnam, Germany, Nepal, Singapore, United Kingdom, France, Pakistan, Italy, Israel, Finland, Brazil, Malaysia, Japan, Egypt, Norway, Thailand, Kyrgyzstan, Croatia, Puerto Rico, Saudi Arabia, Belize, Morocco, Oman, Switzerland, Philippines, South Africa, Algeria, Australia, Bangladesh, Netherlands, New Zealand, Iran, Iraq, Bulgaria, Spain, Sri Lanka, Qatar, Portugal, Nicaragua, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, China, Seychelles, Sweden, Serbia, Indonesia, Poland, Lebanon, Tunisia, Republic of Lithuania, Czech Republic, Russia, Taiwan #MLB #NBA #NHL #NFL #NCAA #WWE #AEW --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sports-goofs/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sports-goofs/support
The last time we connected with adventurer Jill Wheatley she was in Kathmandu, Nepal preparing to ascend the world's eighth highest mountain, Manaslu. This time, we find Jill in Canada. She stops by to recap her last two years of climbing and tell us what she's up to next. During the discussion, Jill catches John off guard with some well-placed dad jokes. Fun and laughter ensue. SAVE 20% With Promo Code: ENDOFSUMMER20 Ends 9/14 At This Link: GET YOUR #DONTWAIT MUG! :: https://amblind.creator-spring.com/listing/destiny-dont-wait-black?product=1565 :: PODCAST LINKS :: For show notes, guest profiles, photos, blog and more information, visit AmbiguouslyBlind.com and connect on: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Linkedin Like what we're doing? Support us: Buy Me A Coffee This is a listener supported podcast. Please consider donating to build and sustain our community :: EPISODE LINKS :: Jill's Guest Profile :: https://www.ambiguouslyblind.com/guests/jill-wheatley/ Jill's First Episode (#39) :: https://www.ambiguouslyblind.com/jill-wheatley/ Mountains Of My Mind Website :: https://mountainsofmymind.com/ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Today, on Generations Radio, guest host Adam McManus- interviews Augustine Joseph-, a 64-year-old native Pakistani missionary, who has experienced persecution first hand. --God got Augustine's attention in 1993 when he miraculously survived a train crashing into his car. Since he trusted Christ as Savior, he has planted 33 churches---Augustine's spiritual antagonists have burned down three separate homes of his in 2007, 2013, and 2020. Plus, his eldest son was kidnapped in 2013, tortured for two weeks, and left for dead.--Plus, five years ago, Augustine founded an orphanage which now houses 87 children. -It costs -30-month to provide food, clothing, and medical care per child.- Providing food for the kids has become increasingly difficult with the skyrocketing 42- inflation rate. That's why they're raising the funds to build a self-sustaining chicken farm with 400 chickens outside the city. That will enable them to both provide cost-effective eggs and chicken meat for the orphanage as well as a desperately-needed income stream.--Send a donation made out to- Rio Grande Valley Prayer Center, their sister organization here in America, 3106 Harmony Lane, Mission, TX 78574. Write- -Pakistan Mission- in the memo. The prayer center then wires the money to a nearby bank in Pakistan.--This program includes---1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus -Hindu radicals burning churches - assaulting pastors in Nepal- if CA parents don't affirm transgenderism, they could be denied custody- Albuquerque law enforcement refuses to enforce gun- --2. Generations with Kevin Swanson -guest-hosted by Adam McManus-
Qué es el tantraEl tantra se puede definir como una costumbre esotérica oriental que está fundamentada en un deseo material con una finalidad espiritual. Se trata de una filosofía que utiliza la energía carnal para conseguir una conexión interior con uno mismo. El tantra se practica especialmente en varios países asiáticos como la India, Corea, Indonesia, China, Mongolia, Nepal y Japón. La práctica de esta filosofía tiene variantes dentro del budismo, del hinduismo y de otros credos. Por lo que hace referencia al tantra en el budismo, el tantra se concibe como el camino más rápido o directo para alcanzar la iluminación. Representan una serie de textos que sirven de manera simbólica de guía para la vida. Por su parte, el hinduismo resalta las energías femeninas y masculinas que se incorporan a través del tantra, logrando llegar al placer absoluto y a la elevación.Varias vivencias personales me han llevado a vivir experiencias espontáneas con las que mi consciencia se despertó, llevándome a profundizar más en todo lo que es gestión emocional, sexualidad y espiritualidad. Soy una mujer inquieta con un compromiso de vida: Vivir mi vida como yo la siento, como yo la entiendo y a lo grande, escuchando la voz de mi alma.Esta búsqueda la inicié a los 14 años, asistiendo a varios encuentros y conferencias para formar mi espiritualidad. Esto me llevó a participar en varias jornadas de encuentros con jóvenes de todo el país, realizando retiros de silencio y seminarios de estudio de la personalidad, gestión emocional y conexión interior. A los 15 años, en dichos encuentros, di mis primeras conferencias.Elma Roura Redes SocialesIG @elma_rourahttps://elmaroura.com/Gloria Goldberg, The HostIG @gloriagold1111 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gloria-goldberg/message
There has been a spate of protests across Syria, with unrest spilling into areas which were previously strongholds of support for President Bashar al-Assad. Anger at poor living conditions has spiralled into calls for political change. Amira Fathalla is a Middle East specialist with BBC Monitoring and she tells us why this is so significant. A new image for millet in Nepal The United Nations is encouraging farmers around the world to plant more millet, and has declared 2023 the International Year of Millets. In Nepal, the crop fell out of favour with some people, being considered a food for the poor. BBC Nepali's Bishnu Pokarel tells us how a growing awareness of its health benefits is transforming its image. Boxing returns to Zanzibar after nearly 60 years Boxing fans in Zanzibar last week witnessed their first tournament on the island in almost six decades. A ban which had been imposed in 1964 was lifted in September last year by the president. BBC Africa's Alfred Lasteck attended the much anticipated tournament. The bloggers selling Russia's war Since the start of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, Russia's pro-war influencers have gained millions of followers on social media. They frequently embed themselves with the Russian army and post footage from the front line, calling on young Russians to enlist. Grigor Atanesian has investigated their activities for the BBC Disinformation Unit. The catacombs of Lima Beneath the streets of the Peruvian capital Lima lies a network of tunnels and crypts, which served as a vast underground cemetery for hundreds of years. Many of these catacombs remain unexplored, but some are open to the public. One recent visitor was BBC Mundo's Guillermo Olmo. (Photo: People protesting in Syria's southern city of Sweida, September 2023. Credit: Sam Hariri/AFP via Getty Images)
Have you ever been in the midst of an all-consuming pursuit, determined to mold the world around you, only to realize that you're not the potter, but the clay? In this episode, Melissa and Bishop Wright have a conversation about his illuminating journey to Nepal, where he experienced the impermanence of life firsthand and reflected on the importance of graciousness and giving in our everyday environments. They discuss being stewards of our own lives, overcoming our ego-driven tendencies, and the turnaround God finds pleasure in if we lay it all aside to pursue God. Listen in for the full conversation.Before listening, read For Faith.
Dr. Pradhan, the visionary Founder and Medical Director of Matrika Eye Center in Kathmandu. As the First Refractive Surgeon of Nepal, Dr. Pradhan brings over two decades of experience to this illuminating podcast. He's a true pioneer, having developed Relex SMILE for myopia and hyperopia for Carl Zeiss Meditech in Nepal and serving as a Key Opinion Leader for renowned eye tech solutions. With an impressive academic background and extensive training, Dr. Pradhan is at the forefront of ophthalmology.
In June, the Florida Department of Health issued a statewide mosquito-borne illness advisory after four confirmed cases of malaria in Sarasota County. They were the first cases in the state in 20 years. Then, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 159 new cases of leprosy in the U.S. in 2020, with Florida among the top reporting states. “Some Biblical diseases started making a comeback in the state of Florida,” Florida's Fourth Estate host Matt Austin said. “Leprosy and malaria, these are two things I never thought we would be talking about again on the news.” Austin and his co-host Ginger Gadsden invited Dr. Elizabeth Borrero with Health First to discuss the diseases that still have a lot of people talking. When it comes to leprosy, Borrero said it is an old disease that has never been able to be eradicated and that most of the new cases are likely spread by people who are traveling out of the country to areas where leprosy is endemic. Borrero said that list includes Nepal, India, Brazil and Malaysia. The disease can be contracted via the nine-banded armadillo or through soil. Borrero said you likely won't catch it from someone else. “As long as the person doesn't have prolonged contact with another individual, you're OK. You're not going to acquire it immediately from somebody who has leprosy,” she said. “It's not that contagious really.” More is known about Malaria. Borrero said it is spread via infected mosquitoes and symptoms include night sweats, nausea, vomiting and headaches. “The majority of patients that come into the hospital system have a high fever — fevers of over 103 lead them to seek medical attention, which is a good thing.” Borrero also suggested travel as a way that malaria is spread. She said if you are traveling to a country where it is endemic to see a travel medicine specialist. She said the World Health Organization has done a lot to help stop the disease from spreading including a vaccine, though it is not available in the U.S. yet. To learn more about leprosy and malaria and their impact on Florida check out Florida's Fourth Estate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When we think of Nepal, we think of its high Himalayan mountains, or maybe the highlands of Kathmandu. But somewhere between a quarter and a third of the country is nothing like that: marshy, forested, malaria-infested swampland, along the southern border with India. This is the Tarai, the most productive region of Nepal—and also the focal point for the once-Kingdom of Nepal's conquest. Maximillian Mørch writes about the region's history in his latest book Plains of Discontent: A Political History of Nepal's Tarai (1743-2019) (FinePrint, 2023), published earlier this year Maximillian Mørch is an author & researcher specializing in Asian borderlands. He is also the author of By the Way of the Border: Travels around the frontiers and Beyuls of Nepal (Vajra Books: 2019). His research has focused on a wide range of issues including political dissent and judicial reform in Myanmar, the legal status of Tibetan refugees, migrant workers in Thailand and identity and citizenship in Nepal. His writing has been published in Himal Southasian, Huffington Post, The Diplomat, East Asia Forum, The Kathmandu Post, The Record, Republica, Global Is Asian, Fair Observer, Tea Circle, The Tibet Post and more. Today, Maximilian and I talk about the Tarai, how it relates to Nepal's history, and how development in the Tarai may have had some unintended consequences. You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Plains of Discontent. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at @nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When we think of Nepal, we think of its high Himalayan mountains, or maybe the highlands of Kathmandu. But somewhere between a quarter and a third of the country is nothing like that: marshy, forested, malaria-infested swampland, along the southern border with India. This is the Tarai, the most productive region of Nepal—and also the focal point for the once-Kingdom of Nepal's conquest. Maximillian Mørch writes about the region's history in his latest book Plains of Discontent: A Political History of Nepal's Tarai (1743-2019) (FinePrint, 2023), published earlier this year Maximillian Mørch is an author & researcher specializing in Asian borderlands. He is also the author of By the Way of the Border: Travels around the frontiers and Beyuls of Nepal (Vajra Books: 2019). His research has focused on a wide range of issues including political dissent and judicial reform in Myanmar, the legal status of Tibetan refugees, migrant workers in Thailand and identity and citizenship in Nepal. His writing has been published in Himal Southasian, Huffington Post, The Diplomat, East Asia Forum, The Kathmandu Post, The Record, Republica, Global Is Asian, Fair Observer, Tea Circle, The Tibet Post and more. Today, Maximilian and I talk about the Tarai, how it relates to Nepal's history, and how development in the Tarai may have had some unintended consequences. You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Plains of Discontent. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at @nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
When we think of Nepal, we think of its high Himalayan mountains, or maybe the highlands of Kathmandu. But somewhere between a quarter and a third of the country is nothing like that: marshy, forested, malaria-infested swampland, along the southern border with India. This is the Tarai, the most productive region of Nepal—and also the focal point for the once-Kingdom of Nepal's conquest. Maximillian Mørch writes about the region's history in his latest book Plains of Discontent: A Political History of Nepal's Tarai (1743-2019) (FinePrint, 2023), published earlier this year Maximillian Mørch is an author & researcher specializing in Asian borderlands. He is also the author of By the Way of the Border: Travels around the frontiers and Beyuls of Nepal (Vajra Books: 2019). His research has focused on a wide range of issues including political dissent and judicial reform in Myanmar, the legal status of Tibetan refugees, migrant workers in Thailand and identity and citizenship in Nepal. His writing has been published in Himal Southasian, Huffington Post, The Diplomat, East Asia Forum, The Kathmandu Post, The Record, Republica, Global Is Asian, Fair Observer, Tea Circle, The Tibet Post and more. Today, Maximilian and I talk about the Tarai, how it relates to Nepal's history, and how development in the Tarai may have had some unintended consequences. You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Plains of Discontent. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at @nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies
Moving to Nepal to North Dakota offers quite the ornithological whiplash, but birder and graduate student Anuj Ghimire takes it all in good stride. He joins guest host and Birding magazine editor Frank Izaguirre to talk Himalayan pheasants, North Dakota nemeses, and where to find Nepali food in Fargo. Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!
When we think of Nepal, we think of its high Himalayan mountains, or maybe the highlands of Kathmandu. But somewhere between a quarter and a third of the country is nothing like that: marshy, forested, malaria-infested swampland, along the southern border with India. This is the Tarai, the most productive region of Nepal—and also the focal point for the once-Kingdom of Nepal's conquest. Maximillian Mørch writes about the region's history in his latest book Plains of Discontent: A Political History of Nepal's Tarai (1743-2019) (FinePrint, 2023), published earlier this year Maximillian Mørch is an author & researcher specializing in Asian borderlands. He is also the author of By the Way of the Border: Travels around the frontiers and Beyuls of Nepal (Vajra Books: 2019). His research has focused on a wide range of issues including political dissent and judicial reform in Myanmar, the legal status of Tibetan refugees, migrant workers in Thailand and identity and citizenship in Nepal. His writing has been published in Himal Southasian, Huffington Post, The Diplomat, East Asia Forum, The Kathmandu Post, The Record, Republica, Global Is Asian, Fair Observer, Tea Circle, The Tibet Post and more. Today, Maximilian and I talk about the Tarai, how it relates to Nepal's history, and how development in the Tarai may have had some unintended consequences. You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Plains of Discontent. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at @nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Your emotional health matters as you join God in His work among the nations. There are four proven biblical keys to receive your emotional healing and use to minister to others. Using these keys will help you to stay emotional healthy as you serve others.
Southasiasphere is our roundup of news events and analysis of regional affairs, now out every two weeks. If you are a member, you will automatically receive links to new episodes in your inbox. If you are not yet a member, you can still get episode links for free by signing up here. In this episode, we talk about the blocking of The Kashmir Walla and the state of media freedom in Kashmir, and the pushback against China's controversial new map plus Bhutan–China boundary talks. In “Around Southasia in 5 minutes” we talk about caste atrocities in Uttar Pradesh, India's path-breaking lunar and solar missions, the Taliban's ban on women visiting national parks in Afghanistan and the death of the Afghan female YouTuber Hora Sadat, pushback from the Editor's Guild of India against a proposed official fact-checking unit in Karnataka, an increase in HIV/AIDs cases in Sri Lanka, the deletion of acting BNP chairman Tarique Rahman's speeches from social media ahead of Bangladesh's elections, and a controversial Supreme Court judgment on child marriage in Nepal. For “Bookmarked”, we discuss Don't expect anything, a short film directed by Didier Nusbaumer that led to Myanmar's junta arresting the cast and director for insulting Buddhist monks. Episode notes: The Bajaur bombing, India's ban on rice exports, violence in Haryana and Gurugram and more: https://www.himalmag.com/bajaur-bombing-india-ban-rice-exports-communal-violence-haryana-gurugram-nuh-2023-rahul-gandhi-defamation/ Memories of Galwan Valley: https://www.himalmag.com/memories-of-galwan-valley-2020/ The Doklam dispute, Rahul Gandhi's conviction, repression of journalists in Bangladesh and beyond, and much more: https://www.himalmag.com/doklam-dispute-rahul-gandhi-conviction-repression-of-journalists-bangladesh/ Don't expect anything!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpRm4wZ5i2g
Ever wished for a sustainable and cost-effective solution for periods? Brace yourself for an enlightening conversation with the game-changers of the period product industry, Ruby and Dave, founders of WUKA. Our dialogue takes us across continents, from the cultural practices of Nepal to the bustling markets of the UK, as we learn about their journey in transforming period health.This conversation unravels the innovative process behind WUKA's trailblazing period underwear. We delve into the functional intricacies of their products, shedding light on how they achieve absorbency, dryness, and comfort while minimizing odors. Prepare to be astounded as we compare the performance of their products against the traditional ones available in the market. In our final segment, we talk dollars and sense. We dissect the financial and environmental advantages of switching to sustainable period products. Ruby and Dave also share pearls of wisdom for budding entrepreneurs, emphasizing the significance of developing solutions for existing problems and spotting market gaps. We round off with a critical discussion on greenwashing and the necessity of providing consumers with transparent data. As we wrap up, you will be left with a fresh perspective on the period product industry and an urgent awareness of the need for sustainable alternatives. Gear up to have your notions challenged and your curiosity piqued!--------- EPISODE CHAPTERS ---------(11:54) - Period Underwear Shaking Up the Market(16:54) - Sustainable and Cost-Saving Period Products(29:33) - Entrepreneur Advice(38:19) - Transparent Data on Greenwashing and CO2 -------- Subscribe to Saving Tomorrow's Planet Podcast Apple Spotify
Want to visit some of the less popular but equally epic destinations in Europe? Joseph Reaney is a freelance travel writer based in the UK and Czech Republic who's written for Lonely Planet, DK Eyewitness, Fodor's Travel, National Geographic, and Rough Guides. In addition to his freelance writing, Joe is the founder and editor-in-chief of the travel content writing agency World Words, as well as a jobbing comedy writer/producer/director. In this episode, Joe and I talk about his life as a travel writer and his favorite alternatives to the more commonly visited places around Europe. He shares about his lifestyle living between cities, his experience taking a gap year to teach English in Nepal, tips for being a hospitable host and guest when couchsurfing, how he unexpectedly became a travel writer without any journalism training, and (of course!) his list of the top five alternative European destinations. Where would you want to visit first? Do you have your own alternative spot to add to the list? I'd love to hear what they are and hope you'll share them by sending me an audio message. Premium Passport: Want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a monthly bonus episode (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more? Click here to try Premium Passport for only $1. Tune In To Learn: Joe's experience with budget traveling as a teen and what life is like splitting his time between Prague and Edinburgh with his family What he learned from taking a gap year and teaching English in Nepal at a Buddhist monastery Hospitality exchange and Joe's tips for being a good couchsurfer and host How a trip to North Korea led to a career in travel writing How he makes a living as a writer and insight on scaling a business organically Where to enjoy a river cruise other than on the Danube and underrated mountain ranges in Eastern Europe The best city to visit if you love Prague and want cool alternative vibes Where you can scuba dive amongst WWI wreckage and explore neolithic stone circles The secluded coastal location that's perfect for a getaway And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport Subscribe to our FREE newsletter Today's Sponsors - US Bank, Roark, Loop Earplugs Visit Joe's website and learn about his writing agency Grab a copy of Go Here Instead Want More? 5 Must See Destinations In 2023 with National Geographic Travel Senior Editor Amy Alipio (Plus Learn How To Successfully Pitch Nat Geo) Travel as a Force for Good, the Role of Travel Media, and Uncrowded Destinations to Visit with AFAR Co-Founder Greg Sullivan Best Remote Work + Digital Nomad Destinations 2023 (And Beyond) w/ Tim Leffel Thanks To Our Sponsors This episode is sponsored by US Bank's Altitude Connect Visa Signature Card, with the ability to earn up to 5x the points on travel-related expenses like hotels, and rental cars, this card will get you the most return on your next trip. The best travel gear isn't born in a factory but inspired by journeys taken by real people exploring the world. Get 15% off your first order at www.roark.com when you use the promo code TRAVEL15 at checkout! Upgrade your sleep at home and on the road! Get 10% off your pair of Loop Earplugs by visiting www.loopearplugs.com/zerototravel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
”Cool Water and the Bread of The Word: Make a Difference with Mission Work” / Arch Bonnema / Omegaman Episode 10428 Recorded 9-5-2023 on OMEGAMAN omegamanradio.com If you would like to get involved in these awesome missions projects in Pakistan and Nepal contact me and I will put you in touch with Arch Bonnema. Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org