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Stop Me Project
Airey Bros. Radio / Robert W. Sullivan IV / EP 143 / Free Mason / 32nd Degree / Cinema Symbolism / Author / Historian / Philosopher

Stop Me Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 60:19


32nd Degree Freemason Robert W Sullivan IV joins us this week for episode 143 of ABR. Robert W. Sullivan IV is a historian, philosopher, antiquarian, jurist, lay theologian, writer, mystic, radio-TV personality, showman, best-selling author, CEO, and lawyer. He is the author of five books: The Royal Arch of Enoch, Cinema Symbolism 1, 2, and 3, and A Pact with the Devil, the latter a work of fiction. Mr. Sullivan is a Freemason of Amicable-St. John's Lodge #25, and a 32nd degree of the Scottish Rite, Valley of Baltimore, Orient of Maryland. Stay Connected!!! https://robertwsullivaniv.com The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2 Alt Media United ://: https://altmediaunited.com/ Actual Activist ://: http://actualactivists.com/

Musik für einen Gast
Irène Kälin, Nationalratspräsidentin

Musik für einen Gast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 60:31


Sie gehört im Bundeshaus zu den jüngeren Ratsmitgliedern, hat es aber nach weniger als zwei Legislaturperioden an die Spitze geschafft: Die Grüne Irène Kälin wurde für das Amtsjahr 2021/22 zur Nationalratspräsidentin und somit zur höchsten Schweizerin gewählt. Irène Kälin steht dem Nationalrat im Jahr 3 nach Ausbruch der Pandemie vor. In ihrer Antrittsrede betonte sie das Thema der Vereinbarkeit, nicht nur zwischen Familie und Beruf, sondern auch zwischen verschiedenen Meinungen – ein Feld, das während der laufenden Corona-Krise an Brisanz gewonnen hat. Politisieren ist für Irène Kälin, die in Lenzburg aufgewachsen ist, eine Leidenschaft. Bereits mit 23 Jahren wurde sie in den Grossen Rat des Kantons Aargau gewählt, damals als jüngstes Mitglied – und noch parteilos. Drei Jahre später war sie Co-Fraktionspräsidentin der Grünen, obwohl sie nach eigenen Angaben auch bei der SP hätte eine Heimat finden können. Sie bezeichnet sich als grün mit einem roten Kern – oder umgekehrt. Röbi Koller fragt nach Irène Kälins Werdegang, nach ihren Werten, Träumen und Zielen sowie nach Erfolgen, Rückschlägen und Herausforderungen. Dazwischen wird sie ihre Lieblingsmusik präsentieren: Französische und Schweizer Chansons, die Musik der 80er Jahre, die Sounds der Toten Hosen und alles aus dem Balkan und dem Orient, zu dem man tanzen kann.

Sales Copywriting and Content Marketing Hacks Podcast
Episode 146: Podcast 146 - OODA LOOP: Using It To Solve Business Problems

Sales Copywriting and Content Marketing Hacks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 24:39


Jim Edwards (https://www.thejimedwardsmethod.com) and Stew discuss the OODA Loop  - Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act. No matter what situation we are in this process takes a split second (sometimes) to complete, while more difficult problems may take more than a few seconds to go from observation mode to acting on that observation. Check out how Jim and Stew discuss using this for breaking down business decisions. Don't forget the Facebook Group Sales Copy Writing and Content Marketing Hacks with Jim Edwards for a community of over 20,000+  like-minded business owners https://www.facebook.com/ groups/ copywritingandcontenthacks

Finding Your Village
Episode 84: Repairing While Parenting: Interview with Marisa Hughes

Finding Your Village

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 35:25


In today's episode, I had the privilege of interviewing Marisa Hughes, who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Perinatal Mental Health Certified Therapist. She specializes in trauma and maternal mental health. She has created a protocol called Repairing While Parenting that helps parents reparent themselves so that they can parent their kids with intention. She is passionate about cycle breaking and helping her clients heal.I got so much out of this conversation with Marisa and I hope you will too. In this episode we discussed: What Marisa's proprietary process Repairing while Parenting is all aboutOne big goal of Repairing while Parenting is learning to tolerate your children's big feelings so that you can stay calm and respond rather than reactReparenting is: getting in tune with your triggers and the underlying roots related to them, so that you can heal them at the source, instead of letting them leak into your relationships with your familyMarisa's communication process called VOC, which stands for Validate, Orient and Choose, is a technique to help you talk to yourself and your kids How trauma can get passed down from generation to generation, but we can heal and patterns can be unlearned How to get in touch with MarisaWebsiteInstagramFacebookHow to get in touch with me: Sign up for a 4 week online birth class with meFollow me on Instagram and on TikTokFind other episodes at: www.findingyourvillage.com/podcastEmail me at amanda@findingyourvillagepod.comDownload for free: Seven Experts to have in Your Parenting VillageMonthly NewsletterSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/findingyourvillagepod?fan_landing=true)

NanaOne Anime Podcast
AP278 - Winterseason 2022 #1

NanaOne Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 61:45


Der erste Podcast zur Winterseason 2022 Animes in dieser Folge: Police in a Pod (Hakozume: Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu) / Tokyo 24th Ward (Tokyo 24-ku) / In the Land of Leadale (Leadale no Daichi nite) / Orient

Radio Horeb, Generalaudienz und Katechese
Über die Vaterschaft des Hl. Josef

Radio Horeb, Generalaudienz und Katechese

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 18:09


In dieser Katechese spricht Papst Franziskus über die Vaterschaft des Hl. Josef. Er sagt, dass die Evangelisten Matthäus und Lukas, ihn als den Nährvater Jesu darstellen und nicht als seinen biologischen Vater. Matthäus bringt dies zum Ausdruck, indem er im Stammbaum Jesu bei Josef das Verb „zeugen vermeidet, das für alle anderen Vorfahren gebraucht wurde; Josef wird vielmehr als „Mann Marias, von der Jesus geboren wurde, beschrieben. Um dies besser zu verstehen, muss man wissen, dass im Orient in der Antike die Adoption von Kindern viel häufiger als in der heutigen Zeit geschah. Der Adoptivvater hatte das Recht, dem Kind einen Namen zu geben und es so rechtlich als Sohn oder Tochter anzunehmen. Josef gibt dem Sohn Marias den Namen, der ihm von Gott durch seinen Engel geoffenbart wurde: Jesus, was bedeutet: Der Herr rettet. Als Nährvater Jesu ist der heilige Josef somit Vorbild für alle Eheleute, die in christlicher Liebe durch Adoption Kinder in ihre Familie aufnehmen wollen. Es übersetzte Stefan von Kempis von Radio Vatikan.

Ràdio Maricel de Sitges
Aurora Carbonell: ‘si fos per mi tiraria a terra el pas sota la via i el faria tot nou'. L'alcaldessa espera trobar la solució definitiva abans d'acabar la legislatura i anuncia que s'allarga la derogació de les terrasses un mes més, confirma qu

Ràdio Maricel de Sitges

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


La darrera conversa amb l’alcaldessa de Sitges ens deixa titulars com que els Reis Mags d’Orient faran la tradicional cavalcada el proper dia 5 de gener tot i que probablement amb algun canvi respecte la previsió inicial per evitar aglomeracions, i pel que fa a les rues de carnaval de moment tiren endavant a l’espera de com evolucioni la pandèmia però amb la voluntat de fer-les. El que sí vol que canviï Aurora Carbonell és el pas sota la via del tren, després de converses poc exitoses amb Adif per poder fer un nou pas darrera del mercat l’alcaldessa assegura què un dels reptes per al que queda de legislatura és trobar una solució definitiva a aquest pas que podria passar per un canvi total respecte el que ara tenim. L’actual situació pandèmica ha portat al govern ha allargar la derogació de les terrasses fins a finals de gener i pel que fa a habitatge Aurora Carbonell manifesta la necessitat que la construcció de pisos de protecció oficial no s’aturi amb els tres cents que entregaran entre el 2022 i el 2023 i demana que continuïn fent-se sigui ella alcaldessa o no, una idea que encara no es planteja.  Escolteu-la http://continguts.radiomaricel.cat/continguts/2021/12/28/alc_28122021.mp3 L'entrada Aurora Carbonell: ‘si fos per mi tiraria a terra el pas sota la via i el faria tot nou’. L’alcaldessa espera trobar la solució definitiva abans d’acabar la legislatura i anuncia que s’allarga la derogació de les terrasses un mes més, confirma que hi haurà cavalcada de Reis i que, de moment, es mantenen les rues de Carnaval. ha aparegut primer a Ràdio Maricel de Sitges. 107.8 FM.

Naples Community Church's Podcast
The Pagans Go South — 12.26.2021

Naples Community Church's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 31:25


December 26, 2021 Preparation for Worship Time for Gathering Opening Hymn “We Three Kings” We three kings of Orient are bearing gifts we traverse afar Field and fountain moor and mountain following yonder star Refrain: O star of wonder star of night star with royal beauty bright Westward leading still proceeding guide us to Thy perfect light Born a King on Bethlehem's plain gold I bring to crown Him again King forever ceasing never over us all to reign [Refrain} Frankincense to offer have I incense owns a Deity nigh Prayer and praising all men raising worship Him God on high [Refrain] Myrrh is mine its bitter perfume breathes a life of gathering gloom Sorrowing sighing bleeding dying sealed in the stone cold tomb [Refrain] Glorious now behold Him arise King and God and sacrifice Alleluia alleluia peals through the earth and skies [Refrain] Prayer of Praise Song of Worship Prayers of the Church and the Prayer of our Lord Offering “What Child is This” What Child is this who laid to rest on Mary's lap is sleeping Whom angels greet with anthems sweet while shepherds watch are keeping This this is Christ the King whom shepherds guard and angels sing Haste haste to bring Him laud the Babe the Son of Mary So bring Him incense gold and myrrh come peasant king to own Him The King of kings salvation brings let loving hearts enthrone Him Raise raise the song on high the Virgin sings her lullaby Joy joy for Christ is born the Babe the Son of Mary Scripture Lesson Matthew 2:1-12 Page 734 Sermon The Pagans Go South Closing Hymn “Go Tell It on The Mountain” While shepherds kept their watching O'er silent flocks by night Behold throughout the heavens there shone a holy light Go tell it on the mountain over the hills and ev'rywhere Go tell it on the mountain that Jesus Christ is born The shepherds feared and trembled when lo above the earth Rang out the angel chorus that hailed the Savior's birth Down in a lowly manger the humble Christ was born And God sent us salvation that blessed Christmas morn Benediction: Sunday Prayer: Sundays @ 9:30 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom. Mtg. ID: 937-7770-4424 Passcode: 962669 Bible Study: Monday, January 3rd @ 12:00 & 6:00 PM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom https://us06web.zoom.us/j/4519194042?pwd=cW9zOS92L2J2bUZSU0FGZ2hKUEg3QT09 Issues Hour: Wednesday, January 5th @ 11:00 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom Mtg. ID: 964-4262-3653 Passcode: 790381 Bible Study: Wednesday, January 5th @ 4:00 PM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom Mtg. ID: 990-7080-9257 Passcode: 994434 Birthday Cake: Sunday, January 2nd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/naplescommunitychurch/message

Prêche la Parole
Le Roi des juifs et des païens – Sermons de l’avent (6) – Mt 2.1-12

Prêche la Parole

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 57:58


Pascal Denault - Mt 2.1-12 DESCRIPTION : Après la présentation des origines royales de Christ, l’Évangile nous montre l’hommage royal qui lui est dû. Les premiers à reconnaître et se prosterner devant le Roi d’Israël sont des païens venus d’Orient. Leur arrivée en Judée ne se fera pas sans créer d’émois, mais elle mettra aussi en lumière le vrai Roi! PLAN A. Le Roi des juifs recherché – v.1-2 B. Le roi des juifs troublé – v.3-8 C. Le Roi des juifs adoré – v.9-12 QUESTIONS 1. Quels sont les liens entre ce récit et le chapitre précédent et les chapitres suivants? 2. Quelles choses remarquables pouvons-nous noter avec l’arrivée des mages à Jérusalem? 3. Quels sont les trois signes des vrais adorateurs que les mages nous donnent? 4. Comment expliquer la réaction d’Hérode et de Jérusalem avec lui? 5. Quelles choses remarquables pouvons-nous noter avec l’arrivée des mages à Bethléhem?

Weltwach – Abenteuer. Reisen. Leben.
WW231 – Gutes Reisen – nachhaltig unterwegs mit Jacqueline Albers

Weltwach – Abenteuer. Reisen. Leben.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 93:08


Können wir heute eigentlich noch guten Gewissens reisen? Zumindest hin und wieder ohne Scham in ein Flugzeug steigen? Nicht nur gedanklich, sondern auch physisch in die Ferne schweifen – jedenfalls, wenn gerade mal keine Pandemie dazwischen kommt?Dieserlei Fragen stellen sich heute – im Angesicht des Klimawandels, inkl. häufiger werdender Extremwetterlagen auch in unseren Breiten – viele von uns. Deshalb haben wir uns bei Weltwach diesem Thema bereits das eine oder andere Mal gewidmet, z. B. in Folge 122, in der wir mit Frank Hermann diskutierten, welche – oftmals übersehenen – ökologischen, wirtschaftlichen und kulturellen Auswirkungen der Tourismus hat und wie wir uns ihrer verantwortungsvoll bewusst werden können. In dieser Episode möchten wir diese Überlegungen nun fortsetzen: gemeinsam mit Autorin und Politikwissenschaftlerin Jacqueline Albers, die zu dem Schluss gekommen ist: “Nicht reisen ist nicht nachhaltig”.Wir möchten von ihr wissen: Wie geht das heute, nachhaltig reisen, ganz konkret?Jacqueline hat darüber ein ganzes Buch geschrieben: “Gute Reise – Handbuch für nachhaltiges Reisen” (Reisedepeschen Verlag). Sie verrät uns, wie sie selbst mit diesen Dilemmas umgeht und welche praktischen Tipps sie für nachhaltiges Reisen auf Lager hat! WERBUNGWERBUNGDiese Folge wird unterstützt von Evaneos:Evaneos setzt sich für eine nachhaltigere Zukunft des Tourismus ein: Zusammen mit über 500 lokalen Agenturen auf der ganzen Welt bieten sie authentische und verantwortungsvolle Individualreisen abseits der ausgetretenen Pfade. www.evaneos.deDiese Folge wird unterstützt von Klüger Reisen:Klüger Reisen aus Düsseldorf ist ein nachhaltiger, klimaneutraler und erlebnisorientierter Reisespezialist für den Orient, Indien, Zentralasien, Afrika und Osteuropa. Durch qualifizierte Partner vor Ort erwarten Reisende bereichernde Begegnungen mit anderen Kulturen, Tierwelten und Landschaften aus nächster Nähe. Dabei plant Klüger Reisen jede Reise so, dass die Existenz der lokalen Partner durch faire Preise gesichert wird und die negativen Umwelteinflüsse so gering wie möglich ausfallen. www.klueger-reisen.com Diese Folge wird unterstützt von NordVPN:Holiday Season Deal! Unter https://nordvpn.com/weltwach bekommst Du einen 2-Jahres-Plan plus einen zusätzlichen Monat mit einem riesigen Rabatt obendrauf! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn : La Voie de l'Amour, par Eric Geoffroy et Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 5:42


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música
Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música - Canciones para Nochebuena y Navidad - 24/12/21

Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 58:41


Canciones navideñas en los nuevos discos de Ibrahim Maalouf 'First Noël' ('Petit Papá Noël', 'Have yourself a merry little christmas', 'Mon beau sapin'), Norah Jones 'I dream of Christmas ('It´s only Christmas once a year', 'What are you doing New Year´s Eve?'), José James 'Merry Christmas' ('The Christmas song', 'Christmas in New York', 'White Christmas') y 'Till Brönner 'Christmas' ('Jesus to a child', 'Silent night', 'Christmas time is here'). Del disco de Diana Krall de hace unos años 'Christmas songs' sus grabaciones de 'What are you doing New Year´s Eve?' y 'The Christmas song'. Además, 'White Christmas' en la voz de Henri Salvador y 'We three kings of Orient are' en la de Kurt Elling. Escuchar audio

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere
Histoire des voies commerciales entre Chine et occident: la famille Loup (5/5)

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 29:09


Cette semaine Histoire Vivante vous propose une sélection quotidienne de thématiques différentes. Dernier épisode, en rediffusion, autour des relations commerciales entre Chine et Occident (première diffusion: 1er septembre). L'horlogerie participe de la rencontre entre la Chine et l'Occident. Quelques Suisses comme Eugène Borel et Pierre-Frédéric Loup profiteront de l'engouement des Chinois pour les horloges et les montres. Mais ils se retrouveront aussi au cœur d'événements qui marqueront le XIXe et le début du XXe siècles. Avec la participation d'Estelle Niklès van Osselt, historienne de l'art extrême-oriental et spécialiste de la Chine. Photo: Gustave Loup en robe de mandarin, Tianjin, janvier 1925. Résidant en Chine, à Tianjin et Pékin principalement, M. Loup tenait à Genève, par l'intermédiaire d'une assistante, un commerce d'antiquités chinoises, La Chine antique. (in "L'Aventure chinoise - Une famille suisse à la conquête du céleste empire", par Estelle Niklès van Osselt et Christiane Perregaux-Loup, Fondation Baur, Musée des arts d'Extrême-Orient à Genève/ © Musée d'horlogerie du Locle, château des Monts, Le Locle, Suisse)

Littérature sans frontières
Spéciale Noël et Les Contes de Grimm, un manuscrit préfacé par Jean-Paul Sermain

Littérature sans frontières

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 29:00


La Belle au Bois dormant, Blanche-neige, Le Roi Grenouille… Plongez dans l'univers féérique des Contes de Grimm qui ont bercé notre enfance. Avec la publication inédite du premier manuscrit des deux frères allemands édité en 1812 et qui vient de paraître dans sa version originale aux éditions des Saints-Pères.   « Deux cents ans à peine nous séparent des Contes de Grimm, recueillis et retranscrits par les frères Jacob et Wilhelm Grimm en 1810, et édités pour la première fois en 1812. Ces contes qui nous paraissent si familiers, sont à la fois proches et lointains ; synonymes de l'enfance effrayée et émerveillée par les histoires incroyables entendues le soir, avant le coucher ; et riches de sous-textes et symboles plutôt destinés à un public d'adultes. Ce premier manuscrit des Contes de Grimm, à l'intérieur duquel plusieurs écritures se mêlent, est un joyau, rescapé du temps, mais aussi des versions successives qui transformèrent les contes pour les adapter à un jeune public. Car près de 50 années vont séparer ce document de la dernière version éditée par les frères Grimm ! »(Présentation des éditions des Saints-Pères) Jean-Paul Sermain est professeur à l'Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3. Spécialiste du XVIIIe siècle, ses recherches portent sur la littérature du XVIIIe siècle, la poétique du roman et des contes de fées. Il travaille aussi sur les œuvres de Marivaux, Prévost et Diderot. Il est l'auteur d'ouvrages de référence, parmi lesquels : « Le conte de fées du classicisme aux lumières », Paris, Desjonquères, 2005 ; ou encore « Les Mille et une nuits entre Orient et Occident », Paris, Desjonquères, 2009.

New Books Network
E. Natalie Rothman, "The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 71:50


The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism (Cornell UP, 2021) is a fascinating study of a crucial early modern cadre of "go-betweens:" the Istanbul-based diplomatic translator-interpreters, known as the dragomans. Blending a creative mix of quantitative methods, prosopography, and the systematic close reading of texts produced or translated by the dragomans, the book shows how, far from being simple intermediaries, the dragomans actively engaged Ottoman elites in the study of the Ottoman Empire, refracting the knowledge thus acquired across Europe. The book takes a three-pronged approach: it first focuses on the dragomans themselves, exploring how, particularly Venetian dragomans, were recruited, trained, and eventually grew to create an influential cast of subordinate elites enmeshed in both Ottoman and Veneto-Habsburg patterns of representation and consumption. The book then delves into different texts translated or produced by dragomans (relationi, translations of Ottoman charters, grammar books, and even pictorial representations) to examine the self-representation and mediation strategies developed by this specialized cast of interpreters. The final chapters of the book explore the legacy of the dragomans, notably how they contributed to the definition, in Europe, of a Turkish canon of letters that would coalesce into the discipline known as Orientalism. The Dragoman Renaissance offers two substantial contributions to our understanding of diplomacy, mediation, and even incipient Orientalism in the early modern Mediterranean. First, it challenges Eurocentric assumptions still pervasive in Renaissance studies by showing the centrality of Ottoman imperial culture to the articulation of European knowledge about the Ottomans. By studying the sustained interactions between dragomans and Ottoman courtiers in this period, Rothman, therefore, disrupts common ideas about a singular moment of "cultural encounter," as well as about a "docile" and "static" Orient, acted upon by extraneous imperial powers. Second, Rothman creatively uncovers how dragomans mediated Ottoman ethno-linguistic, political, and religious categories to European diplomats and scholars, showing how these intermediaries did not simply circulate fixed knowledge. Rather, their engagement of Ottoman imperial modes of inquiry and social reproduction shaped the discipline of Orientalism for centuries to come. Thanks to the Sustainable History Monograph Pilot, the e-book editions of The Dragoman Renaissance are available as Open Access volumes from Cornell Open and other repositories. Natalie Rothman, associate professor at the University of Toronto, specializes in early modern Mediterranean history, the history of cultural mediation, genealogies of Orientalism, and the relationship between translation and empire. She is currently continuing her research on intermediaries on The Dragoman Renaissance research platform  Ian F. Hathaway, a postdoctoral fellow at the Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte (IEG), focuses on mobility, identification, and cross-cultural diplomacy in the early modern Mediterranean. 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

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
E. Natalie Rothman, "The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 71:50


The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism (Cornell UP, 2021) is a fascinating study of a crucial early modern cadre of "go-betweens:" the Istanbul-based diplomatic translator-interpreters, known as the dragomans. Blending a creative mix of quantitative methods, prosopography, and the systematic close reading of texts produced or translated by the dragomans, the book shows how, far from being simple intermediaries, the dragomans actively engaged Ottoman elites in the study of the Ottoman Empire, refracting the knowledge thus acquired across Europe. The book takes a three-pronged approach: it first focuses on the dragomans themselves, exploring how, particularly Venetian dragomans, were recruited, trained, and eventually grew to create an influential cast of subordinate elites enmeshed in both Ottoman and Veneto-Habsburg patterns of representation and consumption. The book then delves into different texts translated or produced by dragomans (relationi, translations of Ottoman charters, grammar books, and even pictorial representations) to examine the self-representation and mediation strategies developed by this specialized cast of interpreters. The final chapters of the book explore the legacy of the dragomans, notably how they contributed to the definition, in Europe, of a Turkish canon of letters that would coalesce into the discipline known as Orientalism. The Dragoman Renaissance offers two substantial contributions to our understanding of diplomacy, mediation, and even incipient Orientalism in the early modern Mediterranean. First, it challenges Eurocentric assumptions still pervasive in Renaissance studies by showing the centrality of Ottoman imperial culture to the articulation of European knowledge about the Ottomans. By studying the sustained interactions between dragomans and Ottoman courtiers in this period, Rothman, therefore, disrupts common ideas about a singular moment of "cultural encounter," as well as about a "docile" and "static" Orient, acted upon by extraneous imperial powers. Second, Rothman creatively uncovers how dragomans mediated Ottoman ethno-linguistic, political, and religious categories to European diplomats and scholars, showing how these intermediaries did not simply circulate fixed knowledge. Rather, their engagement of Ottoman imperial modes of inquiry and social reproduction shaped the discipline of Orientalism for centuries to come. Thanks to the Sustainable History Monograph Pilot, the e-book editions of The Dragoman Renaissance are available as Open Access volumes from Cornell Open and other repositories. Natalie Rothman, associate professor at the University of Toronto, specializes in early modern Mediterranean history, the history of cultural mediation, genealogies of Orientalism, and the relationship between translation and empire. She is currently continuing her research on intermediaries on The Dragoman Renaissance research platform  Ian F. Hathaway, a postdoctoral fellow at the Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte (IEG), focuses on mobility, identification, and cross-cultural diplomacy in the early modern Mediterranean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

New Books in History
E. Natalie Rothman, "The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 71:50


The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism (Cornell UP, 2021) is a fascinating study of a crucial early modern cadre of "go-betweens:" the Istanbul-based diplomatic translator-interpreters, known as the dragomans. Blending a creative mix of quantitative methods, prosopography, and the systematic close reading of texts produced or translated by the dragomans, the book shows how, far from being simple intermediaries, the dragomans actively engaged Ottoman elites in the study of the Ottoman Empire, refracting the knowledge thus acquired across Europe. The book takes a three-pronged approach: it first focuses on the dragomans themselves, exploring how, particularly Venetian dragomans, were recruited, trained, and eventually grew to create an influential cast of subordinate elites enmeshed in both Ottoman and Veneto-Habsburg patterns of representation and consumption. The book then delves into different texts translated or produced by dragomans (relationi, translations of Ottoman charters, grammar books, and even pictorial representations) to examine the self-representation and mediation strategies developed by this specialized cast of interpreters. The final chapters of the book explore the legacy of the dragomans, notably how they contributed to the definition, in Europe, of a Turkish canon of letters that would coalesce into the discipline known as Orientalism. The Dragoman Renaissance offers two substantial contributions to our understanding of diplomacy, mediation, and even incipient Orientalism in the early modern Mediterranean. First, it challenges Eurocentric assumptions still pervasive in Renaissance studies by showing the centrality of Ottoman imperial culture to the articulation of European knowledge about the Ottomans. By studying the sustained interactions between dragomans and Ottoman courtiers in this period, Rothman, therefore, disrupts common ideas about a singular moment of "cultural encounter," as well as about a "docile" and "static" Orient, acted upon by extraneous imperial powers. Second, Rothman creatively uncovers how dragomans mediated Ottoman ethno-linguistic, political, and religious categories to European diplomats and scholars, showing how these intermediaries did not simply circulate fixed knowledge. Rather, their engagement of Ottoman imperial modes of inquiry and social reproduction shaped the discipline of Orientalism for centuries to come. Thanks to the Sustainable History Monograph Pilot, the e-book editions of The Dragoman Renaissance are available as Open Access volumes from Cornell Open and other repositories. Natalie Rothman, associate professor at the University of Toronto, specializes in early modern Mediterranean history, the history of cultural mediation, genealogies of Orientalism, and the relationship between translation and empire. She is currently continuing her research on intermediaries on The Dragoman Renaissance research platform  Ian F. Hathaway, a postdoctoral fellow at the Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte (IEG), focuses on mobility, identification, and cross-cultural diplomacy in the early modern Mediterranean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Italian Studies
E. Natalie Rothman, "The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in Italian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 71:50


The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism (Cornell UP, 2021) is a fascinating study of a crucial early modern cadre of "go-betweens:" the Istanbul-based diplomatic translator-interpreters, known as the dragomans. Blending a creative mix of quantitative methods, prosopography, and the systematic close reading of texts produced or translated by the dragomans, the book shows how, far from being simple intermediaries, the dragomans actively engaged Ottoman elites in the study of the Ottoman Empire, refracting the knowledge thus acquired across Europe. The book takes a three-pronged approach: it first focuses on the dragomans themselves, exploring how, particularly Venetian dragomans, were recruited, trained, and eventually grew to create an influential cast of subordinate elites enmeshed in both Ottoman and Veneto-Habsburg patterns of representation and consumption. The book then delves into different texts translated or produced by dragomans (relationi, translations of Ottoman charters, grammar books, and even pictorial representations) to examine the self-representation and mediation strategies developed by this specialized cast of interpreters. The final chapters of the book explore the legacy of the dragomans, notably how they contributed to the definition, in Europe, of a Turkish canon of letters that would coalesce into the discipline known as Orientalism. The Dragoman Renaissance offers two substantial contributions to our understanding of diplomacy, mediation, and even incipient Orientalism in the early modern Mediterranean. First, it challenges Eurocentric assumptions still pervasive in Renaissance studies by showing the centrality of Ottoman imperial culture to the articulation of European knowledge about the Ottomans. By studying the sustained interactions between dragomans and Ottoman courtiers in this period, Rothman, therefore, disrupts common ideas about a singular moment of "cultural encounter," as well as about a "docile" and "static" Orient, acted upon by extraneous imperial powers. Second, Rothman creatively uncovers how dragomans mediated Ottoman ethno-linguistic, political, and religious categories to European diplomats and scholars, showing how these intermediaries did not simply circulate fixed knowledge. Rather, their engagement of Ottoman imperial modes of inquiry and social reproduction shaped the discipline of Orientalism for centuries to come. Thanks to the Sustainable History Monograph Pilot, the e-book editions of The Dragoman Renaissance are available as Open Access volumes from Cornell Open and other repositories. Natalie Rothman, associate professor at the University of Toronto, specializes in early modern Mediterranean history, the history of cultural mediation, genealogies of Orientalism, and the relationship between translation and empire. She is currently continuing her research on intermediaries on The Dragoman Renaissance research platform  Ian F. Hathaway, a postdoctoral fellow at the Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte (IEG), focuses on mobility, identification, and cross-cultural diplomacy in the early modern Mediterranean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/italian-studies

New Books in Eastern European Studies
E. Natalie Rothman, "The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in Eastern European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 71:50


The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Routes of Orientalism (Cornell UP, 2021) is a fascinating study of a crucial early modern cadre of "go-betweens:" the Istanbul-based diplomatic translator-interpreters, known as the dragomans. Blending a creative mix of quantitative methods, prosopography, and the systematic close reading of texts produced or translated by the dragomans, the book shows how, far from being simple intermediaries, the dragomans actively engaged Ottoman elites in the study of the Ottoman Empire, refracting the knowledge thus acquired across Europe. The book takes a three-pronged approach: it first focuses on the dragomans themselves, exploring how, particularly Venetian dragomans, were recruited, trained, and eventually grew to create an influential cast of subordinate elites enmeshed in both Ottoman and Veneto-Habsburg patterns of representation and consumption. The book then delves into different texts translated or produced by dragomans (relationi, translations of Ottoman charters, grammar books, and even pictorial representations) to examine the self-representation and mediation strategies developed by this specialized cast of interpreters. The final chapters of the book explore the legacy of the dragomans, notably how they contributed to the definition, in Europe, of a Turkish canon of letters that would coalesce into the discipline known as Orientalism. The Dragoman Renaissance offers two substantial contributions to our understanding of diplomacy, mediation, and even incipient Orientalism in the early modern Mediterranean. First, it challenges Eurocentric assumptions still pervasive in Renaissance studies by showing the centrality of Ottoman imperial culture to the articulation of European knowledge about the Ottomans. By studying the sustained interactions between dragomans and Ottoman courtiers in this period, Rothman, therefore, disrupts common ideas about a singular moment of "cultural encounter," as well as about a "docile" and "static" Orient, acted upon by extraneous imperial powers. Second, Rothman creatively uncovers how dragomans mediated Ottoman ethno-linguistic, political, and religious categories to European diplomats and scholars, showing how these intermediaries did not simply circulate fixed knowledge. Rather, their engagement of Ottoman imperial modes of inquiry and social reproduction shaped the discipline of Orientalism for centuries to come. Thanks to the Sustainable History Monograph Pilot, the e-book editions of The Dragoman Renaissance are available as Open Access volumes from Cornell Open and other repositories. Natalie Rothman, associate professor at the University of Toronto, specializes in early modern Mediterranean history, the history of cultural mediation, genealogies of Orientalism, and the relationship between translation and empire. She is currently continuing her research on intermediaries on The Dragoman Renaissance research platform  Ian F. Hathaway, a postdoctoral fellow at the Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte (IEG), focuses on mobility, identification, and cross-cultural diplomacy in the early modern Mediterranean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/eastern-european-studies

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn : un idéal d'Amour inaccessible ou un modèle à suivre ?, par Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 4:56


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

Podcasts de TopChrétien
La Pensée Du Jour - SELAH - L'Etoile de l'espoir

Podcasts de TopChrétien

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 8:16


“L'étoile qu'ils avaient vue en Orient allait devant eux jusqu'au moment où, arrivée au-dessus de l'endroit où était le petit enfant, elle s'arrêta. Quand ils aperçurent l'étoile, ils furent remplis d'une très grande joie.” Matthieu 2.9-10Il y a 2000 ans, dans le ciel du moyen orient, une étoile brilla dans la nuit. C'est pourquoi, en souvenir de cet événement, durant cette période de fêtes, beaucoup de chrétiens placent une belle étoile en haut de leur sapin de noël.

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn : Quand Majnûn meurt dans le désert enlaçant une gazelle, par Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 3:26


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn : Lorsque Majnûn s'enracine et se transforme en arbre de vie, par Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 4:51


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

Spezialgelagerter Sonderpodcast
Spezialgelagerter Adventskalender 2021 – Tür 22: LEGO Orient Expedition Hörspiel

Spezialgelagerter Sonderpodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 35:40


Hannes und Tom haben sich für dieses Kalendertürchen wieder die Lego-Kisten herausgesucht und lauschten dabei einem Hörspiel. Liebe Spezis, hier ist LEGO Orient Expedition, das Hörspiel.

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn : Les Illuminations Mecquoises de Majnûn, par Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 10:33


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

What Do You Say, Anime!?
Winter 2022 Anime Preview

What Do You Say, Anime!?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 100:05


Pete, Pat & Miles are back to discuss the upcoming Winter 2022 season. Worried about what's can't miss and what should you avoid? Don't worry, we are here to help! Use the time stamps to jump to a specific show Socials - https://linktr.ee/whatdoyousayanime 0:00 - Intro 1:42 - Dress Up My Darling 10:53 - Princess Connect s2 16:26 - The Genius Prince's Guide to Raising a Nation Out of Debt 25:27 - Requiem of the Rose King 32:10 - Orient 39:00 - Akebi's Sailor Uniform 46:12 - Love of Kill 52:08 - Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 52:28 - World of Leadale 01:00:44 - Slow Loop 01:07:30 - Futsal Boys 01:13:13 - Sorairo Utility 01:19:52 - Dolls Frontline 01:23:28 - Fruits Basket Prelude

Anime on Draft Podcast
Episode 231 – Santa's Keikaku is Coming to Town

Anime on Draft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 114:13


He sees you when you're drinking and knows when you're drunk. That's right, Santa's here with some holiday IPAs to Deck your Hops with--the Hazy DIPA from Duck Foot Brewing that is. If that's not enough, he's got more from his keikaku in store for you, perhaps a chubby unicorn dressed in his garb? Well that just so happens to be the milkshake IPA of choice this episode from Common Space LA, the Chubby Klaus! Santa's list is being checked and, we've got a sneak peak on the new anime coming for the Winter 2022 season! What's the verdict? Are we in store for a white Christmas' worth of great anime next season, or will we be drowning in coal? Come and join us in front the the fireplace and wait for Santa's keikaku because it's coming to town! 00:00:26 Intro00:01:06 Beer of the Week: Duck Foot Brewing Deck the Hops Hazy DIPA and Common Space LA Chubby Klaus Milkshake IPAWeekly Pairing: Winter 2022 Anime Preview, Pt 100:04:16 Returning Shows00:15:51 Continuing from Last Season00:20:10 Promising New Shows, Pt 100:44:48 Beer Reviews01:03:26 News BreakHappy Hour: Winter 2022 Anime Preview, Pt 201:13:51 Promising New Shows, Pt 201:31:58 No So Promising New Shows01:50:00 Housekeeping/Closing To catch our shows live, head over to twitch.tv/animeondraft and give us a follow. Be sure to turn on notifications to be alerted when we go live. You can catch us on Twitter @animeondraft to receive updates on our weekly streams. Our current streaming schedule is Tuesdays or Fridays starting around 8:00 PM Pacific Time. Join our Discord! animeondraft.com/discord Podcast Survey: https://forms.gle/T89YdmrBGfcL7VP18

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn: Leyli brise l'écuelle de lait et libère Majnûn, par Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 5:33


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

The Scent Geeks
The Scent Geeks Episode 99

The Scent Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 58:50


In our penultimate episode we share the plans for our live final episode as well as discussing some of the fragrances we've been wearing including Ébène Fumé by Tom Ford, Homme by Aaron terence Hughes and Roi D'Orient by Rituals. We also find out which fragrances men shouldn't wear as women hate them, apparently.

The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 269

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 83:30


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: *Tis the season to be jolly with Christmas messages from Dave Victor, Matt Hiscock, Dean Cox, John Mackie, Kevin Lisbie, Matt Lockwood, Coley Parry, Nick Semaca, Matt Porter, Marshall Taylor, Kent Teague, Nigel Travis, Charlie Poole, John McIntyre & Adam Francis *We chat to O's CEO Danny Macklin about all things Orient *Tranmere Rovers match review *Your views and reactions *All the latest O's news *Positives & Negatives Of The Week *The @CaroleLangley Hero Of The Week *@Carole Langley Prediction League Update *Fantasy Football Round Up *Supporters Club Update *Plus lots more in our final episode of 2021... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

UNBOUND
Episode 92: We Three Kings of Orient... Aren‘t - Everything Wrong With the Nativity Story

UNBOUND

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 62:25


How could a story so fraught with contradictions and disagreements among its tellers, literally from its first verses,  ever be taken seriously enough to spur on a global religion that goes on for more than two thousand years? It's a true mystery that isn't about to be solved anytime soon. What do the gospel writers have to say about Jesus' birth? Why do two of them not even bother to mention it? If there were angels singing to shepherds, why didn't at least ONE credible historian ever notice? This week, we take apart the nativity story and examine these questions along with a few others and attempt to demonstrate the impossibility that any of it could actually be true. In Christians behaving badly we have love, guns and tornadoes with some encouraging news courtesy of Pew Research. Like what you hear? Please consider becoming a patron: https://www.patreon.com/unboundpodcastnetwork

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn: Majnûn se revêt d'une peau de mouton pour s'approcher de Leyli, par Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 6:37


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

Spirit Box
#79 / Rev Danny Nemu on Ayahuasca, Drugs in the Bible & The Apocalypse

Spirit Box

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 70:11


For episode #79 it is my great pleasure to welcome the author, visionary CEO and shaman (although he denies it) someone I'm very proud to call a friend; the Reverend Danny Nemu. Danny's background is in the history and philosophy of medicine from the University of Manchester. He first encountered ayahuasca when living in Japan. After six years drinking there with a Santo Daime group, he followed the trail back to its source in the Brazilian Amazon, where he was bitten by a sandfly, leading to a leishmaniasis infection. This highly aggressive bacterial parasite quickly colonised a few inches of his skin, with designs on much more, and proved to be a great teacher, providing ample opportunity to study firsthand the intricacies and potencies of ayahuasca as used as a medicine within the Daime worldview. The process took eight months, involving diets and barks, many rituals, and daily consumption of the visionary brew. By the end of it he had lost 10 kilos and gained a deep respect for the complexity and intelligence of the natural world. He has released two of his three books on the apocalypse and is two drafts into the third... The first book ‘Science Revealed - The apocalypse in science: discovery', covers the biographies of scientists including Tesla and Einstein, and reveals how our most groundbreaking ideas result not from rational thinking and tapping on calculators, but from visions, dreams, feverish delirium, and other non-rational revelations. The second: ‘Neuro-Apocalypse' is about veils arising in the course of cognition, and revelations that cut them down. To that end, we discuss the presence of visionary drug use in the bible, most notably Frankincense and Myrrh He is the founder-CEO of Reforestation and Agroforestry charity RAIN: RAIN focuses the resources and intelligence of a distributed global network via local nodes into vitally important projects to regenerate degraded land. In the Plus Show there is an extra hour, where we discuss apocalyptic waves, novelty, and what shamanism is and what it isn't. A riveting and informed conversation thanks to Danny! Show notes: DONATE TO RAIN https://www.rainumbrella.org/support-rain http://nemusend.co.uk Neuro-Apocalypse https://www.amazon.co.uk/Neuro-Apocalypse-Danny-Nemu/dp/0992808820 Science Revealed https://www.amazon.co.uk/Science-Revealed-Danny-Nemu/dp/1916266703/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=science+revealed&qid=1591647026&s=books&sr=1-1 Getting High with the most high https://akjournals.com/view/journals/2054/3/Special-Issue/article-p117.xml https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgn_ddrdHKI Prejudice and Neo-colonialism in the Academic study of Ayahuasca https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nhgdhz4W114 We Three Kings of Orient are https://psypressuk.com/2016/12/22/three-kings-orient-drug-runners-not-kings/ And then came the Virus https://medium.com/@RevNemu/and-then-came-the-virus-1-3-540bd4bc1159 Keep in touch? https://linktr.ee/darraghmason Music by Obliqka https://soundcloud.com/obliqka --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spirit-box/message

Startup Insider
Yababa sammelt 15,5 Mio. Euro ein – Orientalischer Lieferdienst auf Expansionskurs

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 27:06


Heute begrüßen wir in unserer Mittagsfolge Hadi Zaklouta CCO & Co-Founder von Yababa. Mit ihm sprechen wir über die aktuelle Finanzierungsrunde in Höhe von 15,5 Millionen US-Dollar, an der sich unter u.a. Creandum, Project A Ventures und FoodLabs beteiligt haben. Das Berliner Startup, das von Ralph Hage, Hadi Zaklouta, Javier Gimenez und Kamel Semakieh gegründet wurde, positioniert sich als Lieferservice für orientalische Lebensmittel. Yababa möchte einen großen Beitrag beim Online-Einkauf und der Lieferung von ethnischen Lebensmitteln leisten und bietet unterversorgten Bevölkerungsgruppen Zugang zu einem großen, qualitativ hochwertigen Produktsortiment mit einem bequemen Einkaufserlebnis am selben Tag. Das Unternehmen startete im Oktober 2021 in Deutschland und konzentrierte sich zunächst auf türkische und arabische Gemeinschaften. Die Finanzierungsrunde in Höhe von 15,5 Millionen Euro wurde von Creandum sowie Project A angeführt. Der bestehende Investor FoodLabs und renommierte Business Angels beteiligen sich ebenfalls an der Runde. Im kommenden Jahr soll Yababa neben Berlin auch sechs andere Städte in Deutschland, Benelux, Frankreich und Großbritannien beliefern – jeweils mit eigenen Lagern und Lieferautos. One more thing wird präsentiert von OMR Reviews – Finde die richtige Software für Dein Business. Wenn auch Du Dein Lieblingstool bewerten willst, schreibe eine Review auf OMR Reviews unter https://moin.omr.com/insider. Dafür erhältst du einen 20€ Amazon Gutschein.

Conscience Soufie
Leyli et Majnûn : Qeys, un cheminant en quête d'Amour, par Leili Anvar

Conscience Soufie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 7:41


Dimanche 12 décembre 2021, nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir Leili Anvar pour la conférence « Leyli et Majnûn de Jâmi ». Jâmi, philosophe accompli, est le dernier grand mystique de la littérature persane. Il laisse derrière lui de nombreuses œuvres en persan et en arabe, parmi lesquelles des écrits théoriques sur le soufisme, courant ésotérique qui invite l'homme à mettre l'amour divin au centre de sa vie, à se rapprocher de Dieu par le dialogue intérieur et la connaissance de soi. Il meurt en 1492, quelques années après avoir écrit Leyli et Majnûn. Sa renommée reste aujourd'hui intacte dans tout le Moyen-Orient et en Asie centrale. Leili Anvar est normalienne, agrégée et docteur en littérature. Traductrice, spécialiste de la littérature mystique et de l'écriture féminine, elle a travaillé notamment sur la littérature amoureuse et ses développements spirituels, ainsi que sur l'importance de la voix des femmes dans l'Iran et l'Afghanistan actuels. Elle a participé et publié de nombreux articles et ouvrages, parmi lesquels : Malek Jân Ne'mati : La vie n'est pas courte mais le temps est compté (biographie d'une poétesse mystique kurde contemporaine, suivie d'une anthologie, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2007), Orient, Mille ans de poésie et de peinture (anthologie de poèmes arabes, persans et turcs, Éditions Diane de Selliers, 2004), et La Religion de l'Amour de Rûmî (Seuil, 2011). Elle a enfin et surtout traduit en français versifié le Manṭeq al-ṭayr, chef-d'œuvre mystique du poète persan 'Attâr, sous le titre Le Cantique des Oiseaux de Farîd od-dîn ‘Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient publié en 2012 aux Éditions Diane de Selliers. Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: https://consciencesoufie.com/

Otaku Spirit Anime
Winter 2022 Anime Season Preview

Otaku Spirit Anime

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 143:18


With Winter 2022 Anime Season just around the corner, the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast are here to give their rundown on the up coming titles for us to expect in the Anime Sphere. Listen in and find out what to expect! Anime Discussed In This Preview: 3:17 World's End Harem 7:26 My Dress Up Darling 12:29 Sasaki and Miyano 15:33 Love of Kill 18:54 The Genius Prince's Guide to Raising a Nation 23:00 The Strongest Sage With The Weakest Crest 27:14 She Professed Herself Pupil of the Wise Man 31:49 Orient 36:14 Requiem of the Rose King 40:18 In the Land of Leadale 45:41 Akebi's Sailor Uniform 52:11 Rust Eater Bisco 57:06 Dolls' Frontline 1:00:07 Slow Loop 1:04:20 Tokyo 24th Ward 1:09:09 Reincarnated as a Pretty Fantasy Girl 1:13:33 Police in a Pod 1:16:30 Futsal Boys 1:19:15 Tribe Nine 1:23:26 Ryman's Club 1:26:58 Kuroitsu From The Monster Development Department 1:31:10 CUE 1:35:56 Fantasia Sango 1:39:00 Rusted Armors 1:42:04 The Orbital Children 1:47:40 Attack on Titan The Final Season 2 1:50:23 Arifureta 2nd Season 1:52:32 The Case Study of Vanitas Part 2 1:54:18 How A Realist Hero Rebuilt The Kingdom 2 1:56:36 Princess Connect Re:Dive Season 2 2:00:48 Teasing Master Takagi-san 3 2:04:42 Irregular At Magic High School Reminiscence Arc 2:06:55 Saiyuuki Reload Zeroin 2:07:16 Irodorimidori 2:08:11 The Kodama's Lazy Life 2:09:46 Continuing Shows from Fall 2021 2:10:49 Fruits Basket Prelude 2:11:07 Mushoku Tensei Jobless Reincarnation 16.5 2:12:25 Top 5 Most Anticipated 2:19:47 Isekai Overload? The opening of this episode is from the PV for The Genius Prince's Guide. The closing of this episode is from the PV for Tokyo 24th Ward.

Shock Your Potential
Badger - Mike Williston

Shock Your Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 27:19


“You have to put yourself out there and be willing to fail.” Mike Williston In the entrepreneurial journey, very little actually turns out exactly how it was initially expected to. That is why patience is key for survival and success in entrepreneurship. This is according to our guest today, Mike Williston, who also believes that every experience in entrepreneurship leads to something bigger.  Mike Williston is both a co-founder and the CEO of Satellite Displays. He is a results-driven entrepreneur who thrives in early-stage startups. As CEO, he is responsible for taking an idea to reality in his quest to transform the way we communicate. Satellite Displays' created Badger, the world's first closed captioning smart badge that converts speech-to-text and translations in real-time. Badger can also translate in 50+ languages. His vision for the company is what excites his team to elevate to the next level. Mike's entrepreneurial journey started at a young age.  In high school, Mike launched his first business venture, MGW Contracting, which he ran and operated throughout his undergrad at Monmouth University where he received a double major in Business Marketing and Management. At Monmouth, he was accepted into the accelerated MBA program and worked as a graduate assistant.  After completing his MBA from Monmouth University, he jumped right into the start-up world at Compliance Wave. Here he was the first employee part of the Founding Team and Director of Lead Generation.  After launching, Mike and his team rapidly grew the business which resulted in a successful acquisition in 4 years. Next Mike grew interested in manufacturing and began working with Orient Corporation of America, a 100+ year old Japanese manufacturer of dyes and pigment dispersions.  While working for Orient, Mike began developing Badger.  In August 2019, Mike left Orient to pursue Badger full time and his former employer, Orient, became one of the first early investors in his company Satellite Displays.   Developing, creating and executing ideas is what gets Mike up in the morning, and if you're in the room with him, you'll want to learn more and participate in the journey. He makes problem solving fun for those who work with him. He enjoys building exceptional teams while helping everyone hit their personal goals. His family means everything to him, and their dinner conversations range from life goals to sports to business. He developed his competitive edge from playing sports growing up. Outside of work, you can still find him staying active in the gym or playing competitive basketball. And if it's a windy day, you can find him in the ocean kitesurfing… his favourite type of “board meeting.” In today's episode, Mike will elaborate on his passion for kite surfing as well as his entrepreneurial journey towards developing a tool that impact lives for the better. Listen in! Social Media Personal IG: @mgw31 Business IG: @hey.badger LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelwilliston/ Business LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/satellite-displays Start Engine Page: https://www.startengine.com/satellite-displays Facebook: @heybadger I've been kite surfing for about five years now and it's a really tight knit community of entrepreneurs. [2:52] Kite surfing because teaches you how to be patient which is a huge thing when it comes to being an entrepreneur. [3:53] We created a company called satellite displays and a created badge, which is the world's first closed captioning smart badge that translates or convert speech to text in real time. [5:05] It works just like a television where you can put closed captions on people in real time which is amazing because communications is really what's going to keep the world spinning. [7:16] A lot of businesses are formed when tragic things happen or there's a problem where we were building the badger when all of a sudden, the pandemic hit. [8:30] Due to wearing masks, all of a sudden people that had good hearing were now experiencing what it's like to not have good he [8:56] Using closed captioning is engaging to the person listening and watching so we're kind of trying to bring that into the real world. [10:57] There are so many stories where badger could have helped such as where translators are needed or when visiting a foreign country and there is language barrier. [11:54] It is all about the patience where you have to be willing to show up for the win and not be scared to fail. [14:37] Commercial break. [15:24] My secret for success is just constantly being confident and knowing that what I am doing is going to make a difference. [17:19] You have to put yourself out there and be willing to fail and to be critiqued while going out there and expressing your passion for what you're building. [17:42] Every experience that you have leads to something else and without that I couldn't have done badger and satellite di [19:55] I kept the relationships open with all of you and now, everything that I worked on back in 2011, is now coming to fruition in 2021, with badger and satellite displays. [20:05] If you have an idea, get it to market as fast as possible because without that feedback, you can't improve, innovate, or keep [22:40] Communication is a two way street where there's the person that is speaking and the person that is listening, and badger helps both. [24:44] Trust yourself, and keep going on with the journey because if you can stick this out, this is a hell of a ride and it's a lot of fun. [26:05] ………………………………………………… Thank you to our December sponsor!  KukuaBiz can provide dedicated and affordable talent from Kenya to help you grow and scale your business. Virtual employees are skilled in administrative functions, sales, podcast management, video editing, marketing, social media marketing, website design and management, and more. Learn more: https://www.kukuabiz.com  

The John Batchelor Show
Evergrande kaput; & What is to be done? Andrew Collier, Orient Capital Research. Gordon G. Chang @GordonGChang.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 10:47


Photo:  Business failure: "By many, the boulder is in 't Hooft because people believe in the Wind." Evergrande kaput; & What is to be done? Andrew Collier, Orient Capital Research.   Gordon G. Chang @GordonGChang.     https://www.ft.com/content/d7cccaa4-743a-430e-8be4-d60e009029e9 Andrew Collier, managing director of Orient Capital Research in Hong Kong; author, Shadow Banking and the Rise of Capitalism in China.  @acollier Gordon G. Chang @GordonGChang. Author, The Coming Collapse of China and The Great U.S.-China Tech War.

That Shakespeare Life
Ep 191: Pearls with Saoirse Laarachi

That Shakespeare Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 21:04


Shakespeare uses the word “pearl” over 40 times across his works. He describes them as objects of high value, and in Troilus and Cressida, uses the pearl to describe a rare and valuable woman saying “she is a pearl, Whose price hath launch'd above a thousand ships.” The pearl trade was an industry well established under Henry VIII of England, who looked to the pearl trade as a way to strengthen England's international relations after separation from Catholicism left them in need of some strong allies. Elizabeth I continued this pursuit, but enhanced the value of the pearl in England up to six fold, by some scholarly estimates, over the  first 60 years in the 16th century due in part to the fact that the Queen literally wore thousands of them herself. Many of her most opulent outfits, appearing in numerous royal portraits of Elizabeth I, feature thousands of this precious gemstone. During Elizabeth's reign, England regularly imported pearls by the shipload from countries like Morocco, Persia, and China. The imagery and symbolism of the pearl in England is associated with purity, chastity, and even, as the description for the ocular disease cataracts, which Shakespeare alludes to in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Rape of Lucrece.   Our guest this week is Saoirse Laarachi, a PhD candidate with the Shakespeare Institute, and author of Pearls: Trade, Beauty and North Africa for Medieval and Early Modern Orients. She joins us today to share the history of pearls in Shakspeare's lifetime to discuss their use in general fashion, their purpose in international trade agreements, and what we should understand about Pearls from the Orient, specifically, when we find these references in Shakespeare's plays. 

Afraid of Nothing Podcast
Afraid of Cinema Symbolism

Afraid of Nothing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 50:33


All around us are symbols hidden in plain sight. The same is true for your favorite films. In this episode we interview Robert Sullivan IV to discuss his popular "Cinema Symbolism" books - Rob has just finished his third book in the series and is outlining the 4th book now. After listening to this episode you will be compelled to go back and watch your favorite films with a different lens.About Robert W. SullivanRobert W. Sullivan IV (1971- ) is a Freemason, philosopher, historian, antiquarian, jurist, lay theologian, mystic, radio-TV personality, writer, showman, best-selling author, CEO, and lawyer.Mr. Sullivan joined Amicable-St. John's Lodge #25, Baltimore Maryland in 1997; he became a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Freemason in 1999, Valley of Baltimore, Orient of Maryland. After twenty years of research, Deadwood Publishing released "The Royal Arch of Enoch: The Impact of Masonic Ritual, Philosophy, and Symbolism" (2nd ed.) in December 2016. Mr. Sullivan has been on numerous radio and TV shows including Coast to Coast AM, John B. Wells' Ark Midnight and Caravan to Midnight, Sean Stone's Buzzsaw, Whitely Strieber's Dreamland, Truth Frequency, Gnostic Warrior, Fade to Black, The Higherside Chats, Red Ice Creations, Barbara DeLong's Night Light, Miguel Conner's Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio, Veritas Radio, and Shirley MacLaine's I.E. Radio among many others. His website is robertsullivaniv.com.Find Rob on goodreads, Amazon and Waterstones. SUPPORT THE PODCASTFOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE/REVIEW...On our new website at afraidofnothingpodcast.com.BUY ME A COFFEEYour gracious donation here (https://www.afraidofnothingpodcast.com/support/) will be shouted out in an upcoming episode.WATCH…VIMEO ON DEMAND: Rent the Afraid of Nothing documentary here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/aondoc.AMAZON PRIME: Watch the documentary on Amazon Prime and please leave a positive review.QOSM (a new paranormal streaming platform): Use the coupon code AFRAIDOFNOTHING which gives users 10% Off of ANY content on the website (i.e., tiered subscriptions, rentals and purchases). LISTEN…FREE 30-DAY TRIAL ON AUDIBLE: The Afraid of Nothing Podcast is stoked to partner with the audio-bookworms at Audible to offer you a free 30-day trial membership. Click this link to listen to your favorite horror, paranormal and best selling authors. (Disclosure: We get a commission every time a person signs up for a membership – but we get diddly if you try it out, nor do you pay a penny more if you make the smart move and become an Audible member.)BE SOCIAL…Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/afraidofnothing)

The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 268

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 88:00


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: *Danny Macklin is leaving the O's after 4 year - our thoughts and well wishes *Swindon Town & Crawley Town match reviews *Your views and reactions *Fans Forum round up *All the latest O's news *U18's round up *Orient Ladies round up *Positives & Negatives Of The Week *The @CaroleLangley Hero Of The Week *@Carole Langley Prediction League Update and we reveal the November Prize Draw Winner *Fantasy Football Round Up *Supporters Club Update *Plus lots more... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

Daily Sales Tips
1058: Adapt - OODA Can Help

Daily Sales Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 4:29


"Observe, Orient, Decide and then Act." - Scott Ingram in today's Tip 1058 What is your thought about this? Join the conversation at DailySales.Tips/1058 and check out the links! Have feedback? Want to share a sales tip? Call or text the Sales Success Hotline: 512-777-1442 or Email: scott@top1.fm

Radio Maria France
Marie en Orient (Christine Salloum et P. Maroun Badr) 2021-12-06 Notre Dame de Soufanieh

Radio Maria France

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 20:14


Marie en Orient (Christine Salloum et P. Maroun Badr) 2021-12-06 Notre Dame de Soufanieh by Radio Maria France

Franck Ferrand raconte...
Le pont de la rivière Kwaï - Collection Les Grandes batailles de la Seconde Guerre mondiale

Franck Ferrand raconte...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 25:53


En 1941 la guerre règne dans le monde entier et donc également en Extrême-Orient. Si les USA ne sont pas encore entrés en lice, l'avance japonaise connaît encore moins de limites à l'époque et très vite les anciennes colonies françaises sont occupées. Il s'est par conséquent développé de nombreux éléments de résistance, en particulier à Singapour ou des officiers et des civils français refusent de capituler devant l'avance japonaise et créent une cellule de Français libres …  Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

NOT YOUR AVERAGE OPERATOR
NYAO, Ep: 073 – OODA Loop

NOT YOUR AVERAGE OPERATOR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 56:01


Have you ever considered using a technique or framework to solve a critical task a lot more effectively? The boys discussed a famed technique called the OODA Loop invented by a legendary United States Airforce fighter pilot John Boyd. OODA is an acronym for Observe, Orient, Decide, Act! The boys have a quick discussion on how they've implemented this process throughout their professions as well as in their personal life. They dissect each step and share the varying methods that they commonly implement. More importantly, the biggest gains in using this process is the ability to be comfortable in uncomfortable situations, increasing your rate of execution, and thriving in total unpredictability. Please share your thoughts about this episode and more importantly, we hope this encourages our listeners to spend some time thinking about what works best for them when they have to reignite their passion. We encourage all of our listeners to reach out to us with your own stories. We love reading your insights, feedback, and how we can add more value to your day. Paul “Melon” McFadden NotYourAveragePaul@gmail.com Raf “Tio” Espinosa NotYourAverageRaf@gmail.com Mike NotYourAverageMike77@gmail.com LISTEN IN ON: SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/6cQyL6nPDxPNFz4p8RN5PQ?si=Pm-chuufQGSYdcflJ5Xq0Q APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/not-your-average-operator/id1522297477

You Can't Win
Episode 141 - The Mystic Orient ft. Sean Moorhead

You Can't Win

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 78:45


Our friend Sean joins us to discuss the history and practices of Shinto and related Japanese beliefs. We work through some common misconceptions about Shinto and the difficulties of easy comparisons to Western ideas of religion. Also Sean wanted us to note that he misspoke and meant to say "Horii Mitsuoshi," not "Horii Mitsuo". Intro by auntie004. Outro by reiyashi.

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
Brett Miller: Disruptive Training to Overcome Symptoms of Disease or Disability

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 39:34


Today, Commander Divine talks to Brett Miller about his research on Parkinson's Disease, and his holistic approach to treatment of the disease at his gym 110 Fitness. Brett is a U.S. Army veteran. He served as a combat medic trainer for special operations and oversaw the construction and development of the DEPMEDS for the United States Army. Brett is passionate about adaptive fitness and inspiring the best in everyone he meets. The mission of his practice is to set a new standard for the world in the "fight back" against Parkinson's Disease through holistic and fitness based approaches. He also is determined to break down all barriers for adults and children limited by disease or disability by sharing his exceptional mental and physical training and conditioning experience. Key Takeaways: We can learn a lot about who we are when we face a life-threatening experience and endure trauma-Brett's early childhood experiences compelled him to become an Army medic and continue a life dedicated to helping others. Warning signs of intense PTSD are often first picked up by friends and family. Brett encourages those close to veterans to be vigilant about watching for those signs including withdrawing from socialization, acting more closed off than usual and uncharacteristically quiet.  Over 6 million people worldwide are affected by Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's research is advancing understanding of the disease. Early detection is key, and with most types of Parkinson's, severe symptoms can be staved off and minimized with the proper treatment. Researchers are still searching for a cure.  The OODA loop (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act), a four-step approach to decision-making that has the ability to improve decisiveness, time management and overall organization. It focuses on filtering available information, putting it in context and quickly making the most appropriate decision while also understanding that changes can be made as more data becomes available.   A holistic, varied approach to wellness is key to managing, and in some cases overcoming, any type of physical or mental illness-Brett's work with patients includes the basic cornerstones of health: nutrition, exercise, sleep, and hydration. His patients practice movement and mindfulness in numerous ways, including shadow boxing, HIIT workouts, water training, rope climbing, tai chi, qigong, yoga, art therapy, drumming, and ballroom dancing.  Links: https://110fitness.org/ Instagram

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
Brett Miller: Disruptive Training to Overcome Symptoms of Disease or Disability

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 39:34


Today, Commander Divine talks to Brett Miller about his research on Parkinson's Disease, and his holistic approach to treatment of the disease at his gym 110 Fitness. Brett is a U.S. Army veteran. He served as a combat medic trainer for special operations and oversaw the construction and development of the DEPMEDS for the United States Army. Brett is passionate about adaptive fitness and inspiring the best in everyone he meets. The mission of his practice is to set a new standard for the world in the “fight back” against Parkinson's Disease through holistic and fitness based approaches. He also is determined to break down all barriers for adults and children limited by disease or disability by sharing his exceptional mental and physical training and conditioning experience. Key Takeaways: We can learn a lot about who we are when we face a life-threatening experience and endure trauma—Brett's early childhood experiences compelled him to become an Army medic and continue a life dedicated to helping others. Warning signs of intense PTSD are often first picked up by friends and family. Brett encourages those close to veterans to be vigilant about watching for those signs including withdrawing from socialization, acting more closed off than usual and uncharacteristically quiet.  Over 6 million people worldwide are affected by Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's research is advancing understanding of the disease. Early detection is key, and with most types of Parkinson's, severe symptoms can be staved off and minimized with the proper treatment. Researchers are still searching for a cure.  The OODA loop (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act), a four-step approach to decision-making that has the ability to improve decisiveness, time management and overall organization. It focuses on filtering available information, putting it in context and quickly making the most appropriate decision while also understanding that changes can be made as more data becomes available.   A holistic, varied approach to wellness is key to managing, and in some cases overcoming, any type of physical or mental illness—Brett's work with patients includes the basic cornerstones of health: nutrition, exercise, sleep, and hydration. His patients practice movement and mindfulness in numerous ways, including shadow boxing, HIIT workouts, water training, rope climbing, tai chi, qigong, yoga, art therapy, drumming, and ballroom dancing.  Links: https://110fitness.org/ Instagram

The John Batchelor Show
1795: PRC Mainland Real Estate Wobbles as Hong Kong Real Estate Firms. Andrew Collier, Orient Capital Research. @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 11:40


PRC Mainland Real Estate Wobbles as Hong Kong Real Estate Firms. Andrew Collier, Orient Capital Research. @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill https://www.ft.com/content/e5fd7583-024a-4d81-b14e-afa5c0969384