This week, author, podcaster, and Orthodox Christian Jamie Hanshaw joins me. Jamie is well-versed in psy-ops, secret societies, demonic forces in Hollywood, and more. She's also quite articulate and thoughtful as she talks about the red-pilled man-o-sphere and feminism, which are really the same energy, just directed in different ways. Is the ultimate end of the red-pilled men trend to make more homosexual men? What gurus do modern females fall for? What gurus do modern men fall for? We get into all of this and more. For more from Jamie, click here: Follow her on Twitter (X) here: Sponsors: Amy Mastrine's art: The Podsworth App: Get 50% off your first order at when you use code BUCK50 at checkout! Visit my website: Donate to the show here: Audio Production by Podsworth Media: Leave us a review and rating on iTunes! Thanks!
A classic bit covering the Thanksgiving Day Parade, Stan looks ahead to his next day's appointment, Grab Bag, Local Beat, Roger's Entertainment Corner, a game of Stan's I Wish I Didn't Know is played for some fabulous prizes, News Headlines, Fluffer, the Way Back Machine takes us to a Billboard chart of the past, News, Songs From the Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Soundtrack Week begins, classic standup comedy, and more...
Tintoria è il podcast di @sandanieletinti e @StefanoRapone, prodotto da @thecomedyclub.Trova qui lezioni e corsi in offerta per gli ascoltatori di Tintoria: https://chitarrafacile.com/tintoriaINFO e BIGLIETTI per le Registrazioni LIVE: https://bit.ly/tintoriapodcastINFO E BIGLIETTI PER I PROSSIMI LIVE DI RAPONE: https://bit.ly/RaponeTOURINFO E BIGLIETTI PER I PROSSIMI LIVE DI TINTI: https://bit.ly/DanieleTintiTOUROspite di questa puntata di @tintoriapodcast Alex Britti, cantautore, chitarrista e bluesman. Abbiamo parlato dei suoi esordi da giovanissimo nelle più importanti formazioni blues italiane, con maestri come Roberto Ciotti, del suo periodo olandese/nord-europeo sempre con il passaporto in mano, del botto tra il '98 e il 2000 con gli album ‘It.Pop' e ‘La Vasca' e delle sue collaborazioni con artisti del calibro di Pino Daniele, Rosa King e Corrado Guzzanti. Alex ci ha raccontato la sua passione per il mangiar bene sempre e dovunque, svelato i retroscena della sua partecipazione a Celebrity MasterChef e ha anche scambiato con Rapone improvvisate ricette gourmet da italiano all'estero. Abbiamo poi parlato del suo ultimo singolo ‘Supereroi' e Alex ha improvvisato un piccolo concerto solo per Tintoria.Ascolta qui ‘Supereroi': https://bit.ly/AlexBritti-SUPEREROIPuoi seguire Tintoria qui: https://www.instagram.com/tintoriapodcast/Puoi seguire Rapone qui: https://www.instagram.com/grandiraponi/Puoi seguire Tinti qui: https://www.instagram.com/sandanieletinti/Puoi seguire Alex Britti qui: https://www.instagram.com/alex_britti/Puoi seguire The Comedy Club qui: https://www.instagram.com/thecomedyclub.it/Regia e montaggio: Enrico Berardi ( @enricoberardivideographer-3126 ) https://focusaziende.itRiprese: Leonardo PicozziAudio: Antonio ArcieriLa sigla di Tintoria è a opera di Di Gregorio (https://open.spotify.com/artist/72kN7wU0KWqEDkHYrvT6Vi)Sigla animata:Crocopie Studiowww.206lab.com/crocopie-studiowww.instagram.com/crocopie_studioQuesto show fa parte del network Spreaker Prime. Se sei interessato a fare pubblicità in questo podcast, contattaci su https://www.spreaker.com/show/2830173/advertisement
Un Product Manager deve per forza avere un background tecnico? A questa domanda risponde Alessandro Pacilio, Head of Product @The Data Appeal Company in questa Product Pills.La necessità di avere o meno un background tecnico è un dubbio molto comune tra chi si avvicina per la prima volta al mondo del product management. Alessandro Pacilio, risponde alla luce della sua esperienza. Senza fare troppi spoiler secondo Alessandro non è il background tecnico che fa un buon product manager. Naturalmente, al contrario, avere un background tecnico non rappresenta di per sé un limite, anzi! In realtà questa professione viene condizionata pesantemente da altre caratteristiche, per lo più soft skills. Sono queste le competenze che ogni Product Manager mette in campo ogni giorno per portare a compimento la propria mission: realizzare insieme ad altri dei prodotti di successo. Alessandro Pacilio è Head of Product per The Data Appeal Company, startup Fiorentina che, attraverso l'intelligenza artificiale, si occupa di semplificare e democratizzare l'accesso ai dati, raccolti ogni giorno in diversi contesti.Alessandro è un professionista con oltre 10 anni di esperienza in Travel e Tech, è un investitore e advisor per diverse startup italiane ed estere. È stato Head of Product Management per TUI Musement e, per oltre 8 anni, ha avuto la possibilità di mettersi in gioco in un range di ruoli tra Prodotto e Product Marketing a Booking.com.Da diverse edizioni, è tra i docenti del Master in Product Management di Product Heroes.---Product Heroes è il punto di riferimento per il Product Management in Italia.ℹ Chi siamo: https://bit.ly/3D8wSz7
We're live from the North Star Mohican Casino Resort in Bowler, WI and the crowd is wild! We're joined by Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio featuring the Brass to Mouth Horns and it wouldn't be a live show without Tom losing his marbles! We talk about Josh's new rap name Lil' Quatch, Pills 4 Pot, and Tom peeing in public outside of the hotel! Enjoy every segment of today's BOB & TOM Show. Join Tom Griswold, Chick McGee, Kristi Lee, Josh Arnold, Pat Godwin, and Willie Griswold for a blend of comedy, talk, news, and sports. Avoid the commercials and get the full show without ads through B&T VIP. Subscribe now at BobandTom.com/VIP. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Yesterday Gio had a terrible round of golf so we took some calls from guys who also had terrible golf experiences. We also talked about taking Viagra or Cialis to improve your golf game. Jerry returns for his final update of the week and starts with John Harbaugh talking about Lamar Jackson's performance. Mark Andrews is done for the year with an ankle injury and OBJ talked about that. Joe Burrow left the game with a wrist injury on his throwing hand. Saquon Barkley said there's no loyalty in the NFL, just business. Stef Diggs said he's not his brother and is not responsible for what he says. Patrick Beverly commented on Draymond Green choking out Rudy Gobert. Gio thinks Charissa Thompson will cave to the pressure and apologize when she does her podcast with Erin Andrews. Stephen A. Smith was asked if he would go a year without sex for a Knicks championship. The Moment of The Day involves Viagra, Cialis, golf and Boomer's putter. In the final segment of the week, it's our NFL picks with Boomer, Gio and Jerry.
Credits: 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-cme-ce/podcast/pain-management-beyond-pills-surgeries Overview: Join Dr. Charles Vega as he interviews Dr. Kunal Sood, a leading expert in interventional pain medicine who specializes in diagnosing and treating chronic neck, back, and joint pain. Learn from his wealth of experience as he demystifies misconceptions about pain management, shares insights into the world of pain management, and discusses the role pain specialists in care of patients with chronic pain.
The very special guest on this episode of The Mile High Podcast is Dr. Mel Krug! After spending years in and out of doctor's offices, she started to feel like just a number in her health journey. Pills, restrictive diets, and numbing emotions just weren't cutting it anymore. After discovering the powerful healing benefits of Network Spinal Chiropractic Care, Dr. Mel has radically overcome her own personal health challenges, moving from menstrual cycle dysfunction and emotional trauma to more power and strength in both her body and mind. Dr. Mel founded Inspire Life Chiropractic Center in 2017 where she now helps hundreds of women and families every year overcome chronic health challenges including anxiety, indigestion, trauma, sleep, mental health, and so much more. Additionally, Dr. Mel works with clients in the realm of private, 1-to-1 business mentorship, entrepreneurial start-ups, mindset, embodiment, and breakthrough coaching. She is dedicated to helping women (and men, of course) reclaim their power, navigate stress naturally with more ease, and ultimately live a life filled with empowerment and inspiration from within. It has been an honor to have Dr. Mel as a student of ours since 2014 through NetworkSpinal. She's also attended Mile High every year since 2014. Watching grow and impact more lives has been so inspiring! Her favorite quote is “Whether you think you can or can't, you're right.” - Henry Ford On this podcast you'll hear Dr. Mel discuss Whether practice is just a pretty picture Her personal healing journey Why she says business is an inside-out game How people come into mental and emotional alignment And MUCH more! Here are some of the FREE resources you can receive from Dr. Mel: Mental-Emotional Alignment Blueprint: https://academy.inspirecomn.com/me-alignment-blueprint Money, Wealth, & The Nervous System Masterclass: https://academy.inspirecomn.com/opt-in-8a19e139-1de4-4400-9932-c0522e320051 Trauma and The Nervous System Masterclass: https://drmelkrug.com/masterclass-free/ Other free courses for healers, leaders, and practitioners: https://academy.inspirecomn.com/store You can also find more information on her website at https://academy.inspirecom.com/drmelkrug. You'll have the opportunity to meet Dr. Mel in person at Mile High XII in Denver, Sept4mber 26th – 29th. If you haven't reserved seats for yourself and your team yet, do it now at www.MileHighChiroRegistration.com Yours in Service, Dr. Danny P.S. You can now advertise your business, product or service on The Mile High Podcast! Get all the details at bit.ly/BeAPodcastSponsor
*** Check out my other podcast "Comedy Quick Hits with Opie". Here's the latest episode https://omny.fm/shows/comedy-quick-hits-with-opie/you-dead *** Here's the video playlist for all the episodes from Tuesdays at Gebhards https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoRwry_hfdo5bw4Y8ga5iXhmhbDgk7O5H Sponsored by Skylight Frame $15 off at https://www.skylightframe.com/frame/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=showrenew&utm_campaign=OPIE/ Welcome to a lively episode of "Tuesdays At Gebhards with Opie" with Matt, the owner, Robert (aka Little Foot), and Tomato dive deep into the world of music, craft beers, and more! In this episode, they discuss the "new" Beatles song, share their thoughts on Axl Rose's return to Guns N Roses after a 25-year hiatus, and explore the intriguing world of war and thigh-punching. Tune in as they sample a couple of craft beers, share the story of the Grand Canyon leak, and ponder the absurdity of listening. From Axl's regrets to the challenges of getting hit with a 277, this podcast covers it all with humor and insight. Don't miss out on the banter, laughs, and unexpected moments that make "At Gebhards" a must-listen. Whether you're a music enthusiast, beer connoisseur, or just enjoy a good laugh, this episode has something for everyone. Hit play, relax, and enjoy the ride with the Tuesdays At Gebhards crew! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Miss Universe owner files for bankruptcy days before pageant https://www.cnn.com/style/miss-universe-owner-bankrupt-pageant/index.html Gun Hobbyists (and Liberty) Win Big in Court https://reason.com/2023/11/13/gun-hobbyists-and-liberty-win-big-in-court/ Florida Walks Back Order to Shut Down College Pro-Palestinian Groups https://reason.com/2023/11/14/florida-walks-back-order-to-shut-down-college-pro-palestinian-groups/ Links: Good Morning Liberty WATCH on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz3YDYP6bFMR4BAPCZdvk1g This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at Betterhelp.com/gml and get on your way to being your best self. Join the private discord & chat during the show! joingml.com Like our intro song? https://www.3pillmorning.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit ruled in August that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration had to restore critical safeguards for chemical abortion drugs and prevent their shipment by mail, the U.S. Department of Justice requested that the Supreme Court review the 5th Circuit's ruling. As the nation waits for the Court's […]
Tintoria è il podcast di @sandanieletinti e @StefanoRapone, prodotto da @thecomedyclub.Ottieni NordVPN qui: https://nordvpn.com/tintoria --------------------------------------INFO e BIGLIETTI per le Registrazioni LIVE: https://bit.ly/tintoriapodcastINFO E BIGLIETTI PER I PROSSIMI LIVE DI RAPONE: https://bit.ly/RaponeTOURINFO E BIGLIETTI PER I PROSSIMI LIVE DI TINTI: https://bit.ly/DanieleTintiTOUROspite di questa puntata di @tintoriapodcast Linus, al secolo Pasquale Di Molfetta, conduttore radiofonico, maratoneta e direttore artistico di Radio Deejay. Abbiamo parlato delle sue passioni, dalle mille maratone in giro per il mondo fino alle biciclettate lombarde inconsapevolmente dopato, ma anche di come rubare il mestiere del dj e dei suoi esordi in radio, un medium sopravvissuto a 100 anni di rivoluzioni tecnologiche e oggi assediato dalle piattaforme di streaming. Non sono mancati aneddoti a tema Celentano, racconti di cene in smoking ad Arcore con i giovani Fiorello, Amadeus e Pieraccioni e di fuorionda da caso internazionale. Abbiamo poi anche parlato del suo longevo sodalizio con Nicola Savino a ‘Deejay chiama Italia' e di come mantenere viva l'intesa in ogni duo di artisti/comici/podcaster che si rispetti.Puoi seguire Tintoria qui: https://www.instagram.com/tintoriapodcast/Puoi seguire Rapone qui: https://www.instagram.com/grandiraponi/Puoi seguire Tinti qui: https://www.instagram.com/sandanieletinti/Puoi seguire Linus qui: https://www.instagram.com/linus_dj/Puoi seguire The Comedy Club qui: https://www.instagram.com/thecomedyclub.it/Regia e montaggio: Enrico Berardi ( @enricoberardivideographer-3126 ) https://focusaziende.itRiprese: Leonardo PicozziLa sigla di Tintoria è a opera di Di Gregorio (https://open.spotify.com/artist/72kN7wU0KWqEDkHYrvT6Vi)Sigla animata:Crocopie Studiowww.206lab.com/crocopie-studiowww.instagram.com/crocopie_studioQuesto show fa parte del network Spreaker Prime. Se sei interessato a fare pubblicità in questo podcast, contattaci su https://www.spreaker.com/show/2830173/advertisement
After the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit ruled in August that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration had to restore critical safeguards for chemical abortion drugs and prevent their shipment by mail, the U.S. Department of Justice requested that the Supreme Court review the 5th Circuit's ruling. As the nation waits for the Court's decision, questions abound. Can Congress prevent the shipment of abortion drugs by mail? May states restrict abortion pills, even though they have been deemed “safe and effective” by the FDA? Did the FDA follow the law in approving abortion pills in the first place? And how “safe” are abortion pills, really? Join us for a discussion with experts who have the answers to these questions and more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In July 2023, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first oral contraceptive pill (Opill) that will be available without a prescription. JAMA Senior Editor Kristin Walter, MD, MS, spoke with JAMA Associate Editor Melissa A. Simon, MD, MPH, about the use, effectiveness, and potential side effects of Opill. Related Content: Over-the-Counter Progestin-Only Oral Contraceptives
Big Truss Tuesday - Advice from the squad, Drafting our musical starting 5, Matuas Morals The story of the grateful starfishes, which pills are you taking?Brought to you by Chemist Warehouse - The Morning Shift, Powered by YOUKNOW MEDIAFeaturing Jordan River, Brook Ruscoe & Marc Peard.Wanna Support? Follow our link tree! bio.to/tm
After Ohio's recent vote to enshrine the right to have an abortion into the state's constitution, host Robert Scheer dives deeper into one of the underappreciated and underreported aspects of the fight for abortion rights on this episode of the Scheer Intelligence podcast.
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GDF Official aka Gaddafi Official is the best New creator in 2023. Incredible anti war exposes covered in a satirical delivery and simultaneously straight forward presentation style as the creator gains experience. No doubt, youtube will remove this content soon. It is uploaded as an archive. X: @topsecrettexan CashApp: $beyondtopsecrettexan business email: email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondtopsecrettexan/support
mike, travis and drunk discuss the following topics..... declaring war on the boomer bunker..... the king of cola tries double cola: 7.1 "dear drunk" questions from starry spice, assistant treads, po boys, liquid lozenge wine in pill form.... wild horses..... hulk hogan biopic.... potw: the fall of the house of usher/macglocky/temu well, bye.
Il mondo del VC è pieno di acronimi, termini tecnici, concetti, che troppo spesso diamo per scontati…ma è tempo di spiegarli e imparare dagli esperti! Siamo sicuri che avete tutti sperato di poter aver accesso a degli investitori per chiarire i vostri dubbi su questo mondo. Qui arriviamo noi. Grazie ad Alchimia, vi daremo una panoramica, molto pratica, del mondo VC. In ogni episodio Pill affronteremo una tematica precisa. Abbiamo chiamato questo formato Pills, pillole in inglese, perché saranno episodi brevi ma ricchi di informazioni utili. Partiamo subito con il primo episodio per parlare dei principali operatori del mondo VC: chi sono i players che dobbiamo conoscere? Cosa fanno? Con noi oggi Marcello Tedeschi, Managing Director di Alchimia, che ci aiuterà a fare chiarezza. SOCIAL MEDIA Se vi piace il podcast, il modo migliore per dircelo o per darci un feedback (e quello che ci aiuta di più a farlo diffondere) è semplicemente lasciare una recensione a 5 stelle o un commento su Spotify o l'app di Apple Podcast. Ci ha aiuta davvero tantissimo, quindi non esitate :) Se volete farci delle domande o seguirci, potete farlo qui: Instagram @madeit.podcast LinkedIn @madeitpodcast
We spoke last week about the hugely welcome shift in how society talks about miscarriage and cares for women (and men) who have experienced it. And yet at the same time in Britain, we desperately avoid using the same language and narrative established in baby loss services when we are in the abortion zone. Now, the fetus is not a much loved, named human baby who is irreplaceable and whose death is a deep bereavement for both parents. Now it is simply a clump of cells inside the woman's body who can choose for any reason to rid herself of it with no lasting consequences. How have these two mutually contradictory stories about the unborn child developed side by side? Why are abortions – especially medical ones now available at home via the ‘pills by post' option – increasing in number in the UK? And would it be wrong for pro-life Christians to highlight the incoherent narratives around baby loss in advocacy and campaigning? - Subscribe to the Matters of Life and Death podcast: https://pod.link/1509923173 - If you want to go deeper into some of the topics we discuss, visit John's website: http://www.johnwyatt.com - For more resources to help you explore faith and the big questions, visit: http://www.premierunbelievable.com
About Dr. Daved Rosensweet: Dr. Rosensweet graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1968. Since 1971, he has been in private medical practice, with offices in Florida, New Mexico, California, and Colorado. Early in his career, Dr. Rosensweet trained the first nurse practitioners in the United States and was in charge of health promotion for the State of New Mexico. He is a nationally known lecturer and presenter at The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM), The Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG), and more. In 2019, he was called to Washington to speak in front of The National Academies of Science Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) on “The Safety and Efficacy of Bioidentical Hormones.” Dr. Rosensweet is the Founder of The Menopause Method and The Institute of BioIdentical Medicine, where he has been training medical professionals to master cBHRT using the most advanced and modern tools. His protocol has been used to treat more than 12,000 women. What We Discuss In This Episode: Dr. Daved discussed the misconceptions surrounding hormone therapy for women in menopause, emphasizing that studies have shown a lower risk of breast cancer, heart attack, and stroke for women treated with hormones. He also highlighted the limitations of relying solely on blood tests to determine menopausal status and the importance of considering symptoms and medical history. Dr. Daved and Lynne discussed the importance of testing hormone levels in women with irregular cycles and the individualized approach to hormone treatment using compounded bioidentical hormones. They also mentioned the potential benefits of hormone treatment for women in perimenopause and post-menopause, considering factors such as cardiovascular health. Dr. Daved discussed his approach to hormone therapy, emphasizing the importance of individualized treatment based on hormone levels and symptoms. Dr. Daved discussed the best forms of treating women with hormones; Pills? Injections? Topical to skin and mucous membranes? Pellets? If a woman isn't in menopause or her symptoms are mild, what should she do? Free Resource from Dr. Rosensweet: FREE pdf copy of Dr. Rosensweet's latest book - Happy Healthy Hormones: https://iobim.org/book/ Connect with Dr. Rosensweet: Website: https://iobim.org/ Website: Brite.live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1124278224398950 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausedoctor/ Connect with Lynne: If you're looking for a community of like-minded women on a journey - just like you are - to improved health and wellness, overall balance, and increased confidence, check out Lynne's private community in The Energized Healthy Women's Club. It's a supportive and collaborative community where the women in this group share tips and solutions for a healthy and holistic lifestyle. (Discussions include things like weight management, eliminating belly bloat, balancing hormones, wrangling sugar gremlins, overcoming fatigue, recipes, strategies, and much more so women can feel energized, healthy, confident, and joyful each day. Website: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holistichealthandwellnessllc The Energized Healthy Women's Club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/energized.healthy.women Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lynnewadsworth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynnewadsworth Free Resources from Lynne Wadsworth: How to Thrive in Menopause: MENOPAUSE Messing Up your life? Maybe you're seeing the number on the scale creep higher and higher and you're noticing your usual efforts to lose weight aren't working. Then there's the hot blazes, night sweats, and sleeping fitfully, not to mention that you're fighting tears one moment, raging the next, and then, the shameful guilt sets in because you've just blasted your partner – for nothing…again! Learn how to successfully and holistically navigate perimenopause and full-blown menopause, and even reconcile all the hormonal changes and challenges that go along with it. You'll be feeling energized, healthier, and more in control so you can take on your day confidently and live life joyfully – even in menopause. I've got this FREE solution tool for you. Download my guide here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/thrive-through-menopause/ 5 Simple Steps to Gain Energy, Feel Great & Uplevel Your Health: Are you ready to create a Healthier Lifestyle? Would you like to feel lighter, more energized, and even add joy to your life? If it's time to find more balance of mind~body~soul, then I've got the perfect FREE resource to help. In this guide, you'll find my most impactful strategies and I've made applying them in your life as simple as 1-2-3 (plus a couple more) to help you create a healthier, holistic lifestyle. Uplevel your holistic health and wellness and download the 5 Simple Steps to Health here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/5-simple-steps-to-a-healthier-you/ Did You Enjoy The Podcast? If you enjoyed this episode please let us know! 5-star reviews for the Living Life Naturally podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, or Stitcher are greatly appreciated. This helps us reach more women struggling to live through midlife and beyond. Thank you. Together, we make a difference!
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Ever wondered if all those supplements you see advertised on IG work? Well this week the ladies give their reviews of some of the most popular ones including Seed probiotic, Lemme Purr & Lemme Burn, Viviscal, Vital Proteins and even some CBD/THC gummies for sleep. We got you covered!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alex Fresh, Emelia Jackson and BennettKnows start the podcast with another Word of the Week before going through their peaks and pits - Bennett discusses setting personal boundaries, Emelia talks about her custody battle and Alex reminisces the Qveen Herby concert. This week's special guest stops by to share a story of resilience about overcoming drug addiction and Alex delivers a handful of conspiracies in 'Alert! Alert! This is a Conspiracy! Make sure you follow the podcast on Instagram @resilientaf3 @thatdreas @emeliajackson94 @bennettknows @vsylm.music
I was in a state known as “fallen away” for about 15 years, because I had never experienced what is known as interior conversion. I was going through the motions and so the purpose of religion and church felt like fishing with no hook and no bait. I wasn't catching anything, and wasn't learning how or why, and I didn't know how it was supposed to work. So I stopped fishing and moved on, which I've come to realize was the best and worst thing that ever happened to me.I fell away for similar reasons to most people. I felt it was a lot of rules, and I saw bad representatives around me with a “do as I say, not as I do” attitude. With that, it became easier to deny the idea of sin, which is precisely how I came to reject God. This is where I stayed for a long time, because once you turn away it takes a “compelling event” to be re-awakened to turn back. And from my experience, you cannot get to the resurrection unless you get to belief in God first. That has to be restored before you start asking for God's help. To me the proofs for God must be shown or come to a person that has turned away before you can dive into the mysteries like the incarnation, resurrection, and ascension. Fortunately, an addiction provided the “compelling event” for me where I wake up in jail and did rehab and turned back to God. But not everyone is as lucky as me. The gaze of our culture is toward earth, not heaven. There is an ambivalence and uncertainty about whether we have souls at all. We are conditioned that way now. A lack of depth in religious education and exposure for young people, at least where I grew up, didn't help. Public school seemed to make an effort to steer around any idea of a spiritual life. I recall campaigns in school to build up our dignity and self-worth, but it was all body and mind, but certainly not soul-oriented. My idea around the soul was dead on arrival in high-school, indoctrinated to the public school's dance around the spiritual. All things were taught as materialism. Worse, I felt that I couldn't ask questions about faith as a child, whereas in school I was encouraged to dig into every topic. Religious teachers from middle-school through college, take note: students want depth, not coloring books. They want a challenge, not busy work. It took me a very long time to realize the intellectual depth of Christianity. I had never come across or been introduced to St. Augustine or St. Thomas Aquinas. Reading Augustine's Confessions blasted at my assumptions, as did Word on Fire materials, from the podcast to the books. The wall of earthbound explanations became like Plato's cave, where I was only seeing shadows on the wall while the real story, or the other half of the story, was in the spiritual life. But someone who is turned away from God has that wall up and they will not be receiving messages that are transmitted to them, because they have scrambler for anything that hints at God. That is why you have to get to reasons to believe in God first. Misunderstanding how to read the Bible is an enormous blocker, and I don't think the “Catholic” way to read the Bible is that well known. “How to Read the Bible” from the WOF Bible was eye-opening, as I'd lumped Catholics with Fundamentalist readings, which ruined how I understood it. I hated reading Genesis when I was in the scientism and literalism mindset. I could only read it like Carl Sagan on one hand, or like Ken Ham on the other hand. You can't read Scripture like a science book, because it's not a science book. It's about the soul, not cells. Moreover, you can't go deep in science classes and then come back and try to read it like a fundamentalist. That doesn't work for people who take advanced science classes. You can't tell someone who took literature classes that there is no figurative elements, because we know how to read. This isn't elementary school where you could convince a child that Aesop's fable of the “Ant and the Grasshopper” is just about insect life. We know there is allegory, we know there is interpretation. So we can't read it literally or scientifically, but we need to use our whole mind to read it. Any one-dimensional reading of the Bible will fail, but you can read it in each dimension and then see how they relate. It's not like other books. Most interesting to me now, is that I've realized that you can go very deep on science and read the Bible like Catholics do. You can learn about evolution and still find that Genesis makes complete sense. In fact, I think the deeper you go on science, the more that Genesis and the Gospels make sense, but I'm biased the other way now. Once you start looking for the historical, allegorical, moral, and religious truth of what the Bible teaches, that is a game changer. But again you have to want to believe in God first. If you approach the Bible as fiction from the start, you will read it as fiction. If you start with doubt, you will be scoffing by the third day of creation and wonder how God said, “Let there be light” before he created the sun. I know because I scoffed. I didn't understand that the “light” was faith, or the idea to create, or the power of God to make something out of nothing. Once you allow that light in, however, you can read the Bible and not get stalled on difficult passages. The catechism teaches that Genesis uses figurative language in places, and I came to realize that how Catholics read the Bible is deep, not shallow. Eventually you get to the point that you can read Genesis literally, figuratively, allegorically, morally, and how it relates to Jesus and the end of time. Even historically. Heck, even scientifically and it still works. I'm not kidding. If you think it's just some old myth, you aren't reading it deep enough. One thing that helped me return is the example of faithful Christians I know – Catholic, Protestant – I saw their lives, lived in devotion and that probably did more for me than anything. It made me want to have what they have, because when you turn away you live in a restlessness. Experience is a pre-requisite for some of us to realize that “our hearts are restless until they rest in Thee.” You may not know you are restless until one night you become fully aware of how lost you became in all that searching in wrong places. But when we are looking earthward instead of the heavens, we think the world has the answers instead of God who created the world. Somehow the flip has to happen, to turn your head upward. Refusing to pray or ask for help is rejection of God. But like the Bible says, we are stiff-necked, which I learned was an idiom about oxen that would not turn when poked by the farmer. The thing is we have to want to turn in the end, we have to want to receive God's grace. Desiring God is where the flip happens but like St. Paul and St. Augustine, it's often not a voluntary thing, it's a gift. For Paul it happened all at once. For Augustine it was a slow-burning eight season HBO adult series. Either way, the result was the same because they ended up on fire for God. They were never the same again. What you can do for someone who has fallen away? You can call. Send a text. Be a friend. Listen. But have faith and keep building yours up. I think those actions alone can be the compelling event, because seeing someone pass through life with faith is a powerful argument even without words. Praying a 54 day Rosary novena won't hurt either. I'm not even kidding, since both of you will benefit. You have to love them and just pray for God's will and recall that we need God, he doesn't need us. He loves us and wants us to return, but only we are harmed in turning away. Prayer is powerful, more than I ever realized. For me it took arguments for God, experience, the silent witness of others, and my own foolishness to want to know God. I suspect a few people were praying for me. In the end, you have to realize that you can't save yourself. When you feel strong, there's no need for a savior. Realizing how weak and helpless I was gave me the nudge I needed, and a life of worshipping the self and the world is depressing. Wealth, pleasure, honor, and power become boring. My generation grew up dreaming about rocking out with Snoop Dogg and the Victoria's Secret angels on our own private yachts after winning the Superbowl. We wanted all the world had to offer, all these fruits and experiences that seemed to be liberating, but they ended up bringing spiritual death. None of that brings true happiness. Spiritual things come back to life once you become willing to ask for help. While science may have some cures, it doesn't have THE cure. Pills and therapy can go part of the way, but not all the way, because the last part of the journey doesn't come from a pharmacy or from a technique. The last leap has to come by faith. People who turn away from God (which is everyone, unless you are Jesus, who is God, and if you are him, please contact me I'd like to meet for coffee ASAP)…let's start this sentence over. People who turn away from God imagine they have found freedom because they only see the rules of religion as oppressive, but that's because they don't understand the interior conversion of the heart is what transforms. That's the whole point of cathedrals and hymnals and candles and long Saturday night Easter Vigil Mass and stations of the cross and ashes on our foreheads and all the kneeling and standing. To give glory to God, once turned, makes total sense, because that's all we can do to even try to give thanks for what God has done for us. Seeking humility before God means offering up our prayers, our money, our songs, our hearts - all of those things. If you haven't turned back, it won't make sense because it cannot make sense. You'll see religion as a modern kind of Pharisee, all justice and no mercy and full of hypocrisy. You'll see the sinners fall and point out that we are hypocrites, which is true. But we are trying. That's the goal, to love God, to love others, and to keep his commandments. To do God's will and give him glory is the game. What you have to show someone who is turned away is that the “rules” are not the endgame. The interior conversion is why everyone who comes to drink from this vine never leaves the party. If it were only about rules, Napoleon or Julius Caesar or Genghis Kahn would be the object of our worship, because they were very good about enforcing the law. Love of God goes way, way beyond the rules, but because of that love, the rules must be followed. People who turn away do not like those rules, because they think what the rules outlaw are what is enjoyable. Unfortunately, it will never make sense to them when you try to explain that getting drunk and having sex is not what they really want. That message is scrambled because they can't get first to God, and second to the interior conversion. There is a joy that the fallen away are oblivious to. They have no idea it exists and think those who claim it's true are liars. They think it's boring and enslaving but it's the ultimate liberation. And if you like excitement, if you like a good fight, spiritual combat is a sport that never stops. 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Light & Happy music is ringing in the ears of Tom, Brittany, and Tevin after the Twins swept the Blue Jays yesterday! In the first hour, SKOR North's Judd Zulgad relishes in the Twins success with Tom as they look ahead to the team's matchup with Houston, and the crew looks over what the most popular Halloween candy in the state is. In Hour #2 Tom introduces Tevin and AJ to the legendary WJJY "Brainerd Cash Call" with Ken Thomas, bringing back the always popular segment from past years, plus the crew examines some of the day's top stories including one man whose was caught dealing medication on the side...for erectile dysfunction? Hour #3 features a conversation with host of "Unsolved Mysteries" Terry Meurer who speaks on their all-new documentary "Unsolved Mysteries: Behind the Legacy" which starts streaming free on Pluto TV October 5th, and everywhere else October 19th. Kristyn Burtt and Doug Sprinthall also come in to talk about how Pixar's going to ruin their own legacy, probably. Then on The Family, Comedy Crash and Burn comes in with Pat Garofalo. The political tension is palpable. The baseball tension is less palpable. Everyone's happy about baseball. For now. Stream the show LIVE on the Tom Barnard Show app M-F from 8-12PM or get the show on-demand on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Top headlines for Wednesday, October 4, 2023In today's episode, we dive into recent legal developments as federal appeals court panel upholds controversial gender dysphoria laws in Kentucky and Tennessee; laws banning cosmetic sex change surgeries and puberty-blocking drugs for minors. In a tragic event, we mourn the loss of North Dakota State Sen. Doug Larsen, a decorated military aviator, his wife Amy, and their two young sons - victims of a fatal single-engine aircraft crash. Lastly, we turn our attention to a lawsuit against a hospital by the family of a Nevada woman, who after obtaining abortion drugs from a Planned Parenthood, died due to alleged negligence from the hospital.Subscribe to this Podcast Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Follow Us on Social Media @ChristianPost on Twitter Christian Post on Facebook @ChristianPostIntl on Instagram Subscribe on YouTube Get the Edifi App Download for iPhone Download for Android Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to the Freedom Post, delivered every Monday and Thursday Click here to get the top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning! Links to the News Kentucky, Tennessee bans on trans surgeries for minors upheld | U.S. News Advocates slam Biden's inaction on Nagorno-Karabakh crisis | Politics News ND state senator, wife and sons killed in tragic plane crash | U.S. News To Pastor Andy Stanley: Jesus drew circles and lines | Voice Pastor who tried killing family was being evicted: court records | U.S. News Woman dies after getting abortion pills from Planned Parenthood | U.S. News PCUSA anti-hunger program to give $1.1 million in grants | Church & Ministries News
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The Ben Ish Hai (Rav Yosef Haim of Baghdad, 1833-1909), in Parashat Vayelech, records a custom to dip one's bread in honey or sugar during the "Se'uda Mafseket," the final meal eaten before Yom Kippur. Hacham Ovadia Yosef notes, however, that even those who follow this custom must ensure to have salt on the table, as well, and to dip the bread three times in the salt, as is always done, even if one also dips the bread in honey or sugar.There is a Torah obligation of "Tosefet Yom Ha'kipurim," or adding a few minutes onto the observance of Yom Kippur. The Torah writes that the Yom Kippur observance begins "Be'tish'a La'hodesh Ba'ereb" – "on the ninth of the month, in the evening" (Vayikra 23:32), indicating that the fast should begin on the ninth of Tishri, the day before Yom Kippur. Therefore, one must begin his observance of Yom Kippur a few minutes before sundown on Ereb Yom Kippur. This applies not only to fasting, but also to the other prohibitions observed on Yom Kippur – bathing, wearing leather shoes, and so on. Hacham Ovadia Yosef writes that there is no specific period of time that one must add onto Yom Kippur, so one fulfills this obligation even he begins the observances of Yom Kippur just five minutes or so before sundown.One who finishes his "Se'uda Mafseket" and then wishes to eat or drink may do so, provided, of course, that the time to begin the fast has not yet arrived. This applies even if he recited Birkat Ha'mazon. So long as the time for the fast has not arrived, one may continue eating and drinking despite the fact that he completed the formal meal.There are currently on the market a number of pills and suppositories that one can take to help alleviate the discomfort of fasting, such as capsules with timed release that send different kinds of medication throughout the body over the course of the fast. Hacham Ovadia maintains that a healthy person should not take such pills or suppositories, as this would constitute "Nabal Be'rshut Ha'Torah" (violating the spirit of the law, even though it is technically permissible). Once the Torah commanded us to "afflict our souls" on Yom Kippur, it is wholly inappropriate to look for ways to fast without discomfort. Hacham Ovadia does allow taking these medications in cases of a weak or ill person who might otherwise be forced to break his fast on Yom Kippur, or might faint. Barring these exceptional circumstances, however, a person should not make use of these medicines to help alleviate the discomfort of fasting.Summary: It is customary to dip one's bread in honey or sugar during the final meal before Yom Kippur. One must ensure to begin all the Yom Kippur observances at least several minutes before sundown on Ereb Yom Kippur. It is permissible to eat and drink until that point, even if one completed his meal. One should not take pills or suppositories that alleviate the discomfort of fasting, unless he would otherwise become so faint that he would have to break his fast.
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Eric and comedian/rapper Zack Fox talk about bombing while performing in the Blackest room in Detroit and the whitest room in Salt Lake City, the complications of mixing live music and comedy, and witnessing friends attempt stand-up comedy for the first time. A story involving Dave Chappelle giving sage advice and eventually being ditched for cocaine in a parking lot. Molly may possibly be the only drug to get you through the Comedy Store. Zack eventually wants to take Rhino pills and Eric tells stories about Viagra. An existential crisis sinks in when the guys realize all the dumb stuff they have sent and typed over text. Rate and Review Bombing with Eric Andre here!Do you like listening to Bombing and want extended conversations with more bombing stories every week? Then check out Big Money Players Diamond, a new subscription available exclusively on Apple Podcasts, where you can get exclusive material from all my interviews for the show, plus 100% ad-free episodes every week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 1539, Jack and guest host Katie Goldin are joined by co-host of Bigfeets and author of Zoey Is Too Drunk For This Dystopia, Jason Pargin, to discuss… How Placebo Effect Helped Me Understand the Havana Syndrome, Placebo Works Because For Certain Things Like Pain, The Brain Is It's Own Best Pharmacy, Chinese Astrology Kills People and more! Was It an Invisible Attack on U.S. Diplomats, or Something Stranger? Frequency of Adverse Events in the Placebo Arms of COVID-19 Vaccine Trials: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis IBS and Serotonin: The Brain-Stomach Link Lessons learned from placebo groups in antidepressant trials How to Prescribe Information: Health Education Without Health Anxiety and Nocebo Effects The Power of Nothing 4: Explanatory mechanisms for placebo effects: cultural influences and the meaning response LISTEN: Times It By Two by Annie TracySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.