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In this episode of Faith for Normal People, hosts Pete Enns and Jared Byas speak with Irish poet and theologian Pádraig Ó Tuama, delving into the appreciation and understanding of the Bible through the lens of poetry and exploring how poetry can offer alternative perspectives on theological questions. Show Notes → Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Poetry is not limited to poets.When you1. say more2. in fewer words,you are being poetic.Pithy, insightful statements are poetry.Frederik Pohl was not trying to explain why we increase our purchases of ice cream, alcohol, and entertainment when we are sad, but he summarizes it perfectly in just 20 words:“What I wanted very badly was something to take my mind off all the things that were on my mind.”1In another of his books, Frederik Pohl uses just 15 words to remind us of something we have often seen and always known:“No circumstances were ever so bad that a little human effort couldn't make them worse.”2Frederik Pohl was not a poet or a philosopher, but a science fiction writer born in 1919.Does this next statement conjure an image in your mind?“How clearly I saw what he had become! A man who so loved religiosity that he traded his ethical responsibilities for the brightness of that love.”3 – Arkady MartineArkady Martine is not a poet or a philosopher, but another science fiction writer.“Vanity manifests itself in overseriousness. To the vain, the trivialities of this world are of momentous importance. Everything that happens to a vain person is terribly important.”4– Eric Hoffer, a dockworker“It's steel country, anthracite country, a place full of holes. Smokestacks fume and locomotives trundle back and forth on elevated conduits and leafless trees stand atop slag heaps like skeleton hands shoved up from the underworld.”5– Anthony Doerr, a novelistPoetry is not limited to poets. When you say more, in fewer words, you are being poetic.Most people avoid poetry because they feel it to be sissy, elitist, and irrelevant. After all, who wants to say more in fewer words?Every advertiser on the planet, that's who.Poetic statements jump over the wall of the intellect to land on the softest parts of the heart.And if you win the heart, the mind will follow. The mind will always create logic to justify what the heart has already decided.Transactional writing wins the mind.Relational writing wins the heart.Transactional writing is about features and benefits.Relational writing is about identity reinforcement.Learn to say more in fewer words.People will pay close attention when you speak.Your ads will produce miraculous results.Your meetings will be shorter and more productive.You will be widely admired, much remembered, and often quoted.In the 6th chapter of Matthew's Good News, Jesus tells his followers not to include mindless repetition in their prayers. God doesn't need filler words, and he doesn't need us to repeat ourselves in order to be heard.That's right, God doesn't need filler words.And neither do the rest of us.Roy H. Williams1The Annals of the Heechee, p. 912 The Other End of Time, chap. 153A Desolation Called Peace, p. 2694Working and Thinking on the Waterfront, p.955All the Light We Cannot See, p. 24He started with $200,000 in 2018. Today it is $200,000,000. You can do it, too. Bronson Hill heard Warren Buffet say that people will work the rest of their lives if they don't find a way to make money while they sleep. This week, Bronson reveals to roving reporter Rotbart his successful strategies for passive investment in real estate. You can always count on our roving Reporter to seek out interesting people with fascinating stories for you to hear at MondayMorningRadio.com.
I wanted to be a little lighter on your spirits this week. I thought Poetic Passions, would be the remedy for those struggling with seasonal depression, family dynamics, or even just truly hearing a floetry in poetry. I'm just here she share a part of me, I have hidden away for too long. Tap in...It's REAL!
“A voice type is a group of voices with similar vocal ranges, capable of singing in a similar tessitura, and with similar vocal transition points (passaggi). Voice classification is most strongly associated with European classical music, though it, and the terms it utilizes, are used in other styles of music as well. A singer will choose a repertoire that suits their voice. Some singers such as Enrico Caruso, Rosa Ponselle, Joan Sutherland, Maria Callas, Jessye Norman, Ewa Podleś, and Plácido Domingo have voices that allow them to sing roles from a wide variety of types; some singers such as Shirley Verrett and Grace Bumbry change type and even voice part over their careers; and some singers such as Leonie Rysanek have voices that lower with age, causing them to cycle through types over their careers. Some roles are hard to classify, having very unusual vocal requirements; Mozart wrote many of his roles for specific singers who often had remarkable voices, and some of Verdi's early works make extreme demands on their singers.” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
Writer, director, and poet Raven Jackson's debut feature film, "All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt," follows one girl, Mack, through different stages of her life in rural Mississippi over a fifty year period. The New York Times says the movie "announces the arrival of a filmmaker grounded in the lyrical beauty of her characters," and Jackson joins us to discuss. "All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt" is in select theaters now.
Good afternoon SOS Family! Let us relax, reflect, and rejoice in all God is and what He has done and purposed in our lives. Being "Thankful" in itself is a gift to our spirit and a message we can share with each other to foster kindness and love! Let us continually "Walk in the Light" of His power, grace, and love! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/linda-carol-shaw/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/linda-carol-shaw/support
QiGong is poetry to the soul. It involves using exercises to optimize energy within the body, mind, and spirit, with the goal of improving and maintaining health and well-being. In my video I have chosen a "different style" of qigong choreography to focus on balance and coordination with bamboo sticks. Qi means “life force,” the energy that powers our body and spirit. Gong is the term meaning work which translates to "skill" cultivated through steady practice. Qi Gong together means a form of movement and mind using intention and mindfulness to guide qi to make qi work. I work directly with the body's energy combining different ways to express the energy flow away from the traditional styles to a more individual technique of using bamboo sticks or a ball to exercise the whole body. Breathing is the core essence when practicing qigong that you breathe in energy and release the toxins out of your body. The body increases its vitality the longer you practice. You might even notice after 5 minutes that you have more energy and feel more relaxed. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bronwyn59/message
Beau Martonik is joined by Johnny Stewart, Joe Martonik, and Mason Martonik. This is their annual deer camp discussion, preparing for the time of year we look forward to all year - the rut. They discuss feeling confident, dealing with hunting pressure, rut funnels, scouting this time of year, and much more! Part 2 will be released next week. Topics: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:08:23 - Johnny's questionable haircut 00:11:53 - Hunting thus far for the group 00:29:52 - What does it take to feel confident about a spot/sign? 00:35:33 - Hunting Pressure and so many cameras in the woods 00:42:40 - Poetic words of advice from Johnny 00:45:51 - Hunting big bucks is more like playing Cinch than poker 00:47:07 - Listener questions about the rut: rut funnels 00:56:38 - Late October scouting vs. early season/summer scouting 00:58:22 - Knowing which spots you can hunt based on the conditions 01:01:52 - Getting into a spot and blowing out does. Do you still hunt it? 01:04:27 - Blowing back at does 01:06:12 - Decoys 01:12:39 - What are you doing right now pre-rut? Resources: GoWild: Beau Martonik (East Meets West Hunt) Instagram: @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik @thejohnnystewart Facebook: East Meets West Outdoors Website/Apparel/Deals: https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/ YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w Partner Discounts and Affiliate Links: https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/partners Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are live, on-location at the TCL Chinese Theatre for AFI FEST 2023 (https://fest.afi.com) as the official podcast partner. These shorter, special episodes are with selected filmmakers. In this episode we interview Leo Behrens (Writer/Director/Cinematographer), Ilayda Cetinkaya (Producer) & “Mojo” Wen (Production Designer) about their film “SKIN”. SKIN is a poetic exploration of identity and self-discovery, using visual symbolism to depict a woman's transformation into a man. With the help of her inner manifestation, “The ice man”, she sheds her old skin and embraces her true identity. Skin won the Student Oscar (gold medal) at the Student Academy Awards They discuss the use of color and Special FX. You can also watch all AFI Fest interviews on our YouTube Channel Cinematography for Actors: https://youtube.com/@cinematographyforactors For our listeners, CFA has teamed up with We Make Movies to get you a discount on production management services, including access to comprehensive production insurance and workers' comp for your next shoot. Visit wemakemovies.org/insurance and use code CFA23 on your intake form for 10% off your quote. Calling all actors! Take 25% off your membership at WeAudition with code: CFA25. Follow us wherever you listen to your podcasts to keep up to date on new episode releases. A huge thank you to our sponsors: Band Pro Film & Digital, Rosco Laboratories, Deity Microphones & BlackMagic Design Website: https://www.cinematographyforactors.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinematographyforactors TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@cinematographyforactors Cinematography for Actors is a community aimed at bridging the gap between talent & crew through our weekly podcast & community events. Our weekly show supports the filmmaking community through transparent, honest & technically focused interviews with the goal of elevating the art of effective storytelling. Join the CFA Community, sign up to our newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/e27e1a2bc895/newsletter --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinematographyforactors/support
We have all walked through difficult seasons with varying degrees of intensity. In Lamentations Jeremiah shows us how a proper theology helps you navigate even the most distressing circumstances.
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“I really try to protect my soul life so that when I'm sitting in front of somebody they can feel that there is room to move - like running through a garden as opposed to the chaos of a city ” Very few can speak with poetic lucidity like today's guest Richard Palmer. His curiosity and love for life's great mysteries are thought provoking and insightful. Richard has been in the masculine brotherhood space for DECADES and has a novel depth to his shares which I'm excited to share with the Rising Man community. Richard's passion for developing the next generation as a mentor is contagious - listen in and enjoy his sage counsel on Nature Connection, artful living, and elemental ritual. Highlights: [07:30] The message and mission of Rising Man. [11:15] How did Richard begin his poetic journey? [20:01] When was nature an important part of your life? [26:30] How to discover your “daemon”. [36:06] How to strike the right balance between community and solitude. [44:01] A Rumi poem and how Richard defines art [48:20] The interplay between elements, rituals, and our lives. [63:05] How do you generally relate to nature and the elements + an oak tree poem. [70:05] Living the artful life and the beauty of listening. [74:30] What is life and death all about? [79:30] A field full of grandfather's closing poem. Connect with Richard Palmer Poetry books on Amazon : https://a.co/d/jfgASfq Website: http://www.mentoringthelifeofthesoul.com/Richard-Palmer-Poetry.html Rising Man Links: The Brotherhood || The Rising Man's online community - FREE to join for any man interested in brotherhood, connection, and purpose. Featuring weekly community calls + sharing prompts! Instagram || @risingmanmovement & @jeddyazuma YouTube || The Rising Man Movement Website || RisingMan.org
3 years and almost 100 episodes in celebrate all week with 2 new episodes this week of toast.in part 1 . This episode is an AFTERDARK XXX episode right in time for a Sweetest Day Show called Poetic Foreplay here in Metro Detroit and we have a few poets that will be performing in said event all former guests : DIZ MANTLE , AFI and NuEra Sunshine as we dive in with your hosts Shah ,Skiz ,infinity and Mae Henny as we get down and dirty with afterdark bedroom questions we hope you enjoy !!!
Margaret Elysia Garcia, author and poet published by El Martillo Press, has spent a couple of decades living in Greenville, a Gold Rush-era Northern California town, that no longer exists as it did in 2021. That's because it was devoured by the Dixie Fire, one of the largest blazes in California history. Margaret began writing her poetry collection “Burn Scars” while waiting at traffic stops driving from her mother's house to her former hometown. She grappled with the destructive aftermath that began with a eulogy and ended with a 79 page poetry book memoir. On this show, we discuss with Margaret how poetry serves as a vehicle to process, mourn, and raise awareness around climate disruption while honoring those on the front lines. She shares her poetry and tells us how a town of marginal incomes, set in dense forests, was almost completely destroyed. Margaret relates how the fire started near a Pacific Gas and Electric power station and spread at an incomprehensible rate as a result of gusty winds and historically dry conditions. Thankfully no lives were lost. But the fire resulted in significant losses of property and livelihoods with major challenges for rebuilding. One thing's for sure, lots of lessons were learned and stronger community bonds were built. Listen to the extended interview: https://www.patreon.com/posts/margaret-elysia-90722908 Margaret Elysia Garcia [http://www.margaretelysiagarcia.com/]is the author of the short story collection Graft, the poetry chapbook Burn Scars, and the debut poetry collection the daughterland poems. She's the editor of the forthcoming Red Flag Warning Anthology. She teaches poetry with the Community Literary Initiative and writes a history column for High Country Life magazine in Northeastern California. She's currently working on her second collection of poems, Watershed, also to be released by El Martillo Press [https://www.elmartillopress.com/margaretelysiagarcia]. Jessica Aldridge, Co-Host and Producer of EcoJustice Radio, is an environmental educator, community organizer, and 15-year waste industry leader. She is a co-founder of SoCal 350, organizer for ReusableLA, and founded Adventures in Waste. She is a former professor of Recycling and Resource Management at Santa Monica College, and an award recipient of the international 2021 Women in Sustainability Leadership and the 2016 inaugural Waste360, 40 Under 40. Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=LBGXTRM292TFC&source=url Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Host and Producer: Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Ep. 193 Photo credit: Margaret E. Garcia
In this episode, Dr. LeConté Dill and Dr. Shanaé Burch are in conversation with Dr. Duduzile Ndlovu about their experience as a poet and academic. They discuss decolonization, disrupting systems, and the value of art in research to create the space for multiple narratives. This episode references the article titled, "Own My Life Today" by Dr. Duduzile S. Ndlovu. Find more at HPP's Poetry for the Public's Health site and the Poetry Playlist on Spotify. Learn more about the people and topics Dr. Ndlovu mentioned in the episode by checking out: https://hsrc.ac.za/; Heidi van Rooyen Dr. Pumla Dineo Gqola Black Academic Voices: The South African Experience Tabensky, P. & Matthews, S. (Eds). (2015) Being at Home: Race, Institutional Culture and Transformation at South African Higher Education Institutions. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press. Khunou, G., Phaswana, E. D., Khoza-Shangase, K., & Canham, H. (Eds.). (2019). Black academic voices: the South African experience. Cape Town: HSRC Press. For more on poetic inquiry: Ndlovu, D. S. (2020). "3: Decolonizing writing: Situating insider– outsider researchers in writing about COVID-19". In Kara, H., & Khoo, S. M. (Eds.). Researching in the Age of COVID-19. Bristol, UK: Policy Press. Rooyen, H. (2019). Race and identity in post-apartheid South Africa: making coloredness visible through poetic inquiry. In Cloud, A., & Faulkner, S. L. (Eds.). Poetic Inquiry as Social Justice and Political Response (pp. 87-97). Vernon Press. Van Rooyen, H., & d'Abdon, R. (2020). Transforming data into poems: Poetic inquiry practices for Social and Human Sciences. Education as Change, 24(1), 1-17. Van Rooyen, H., Essack, Z., Mahali, A., Groenewald, C., & Solomons, A. (2021). “The power of the poem”: using poetic inquiry to explore trans-identities in Namibia. Arts & Health, 13(3), 315-328. Sliep, Y. (2012). We compose our own requiem: An autoethnographic study of mourning. Creative Approaches to Research, 5(2), 61. Norton, L., & Sliep, Y. (2018). A critical reflexive model: Working with life stories in health promotion education. South African Journal of Higher Education, 32(3), 45-63. The International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry For more on the Gukurahundi: Ndlovu, D. S. (2014). Violence and memory in breaking the silence of Gukurahundi: a case study of the ZAM in Johannesburg, South Africa. In Palmary, I., Hamber, B., & Núñez, L. (Eds.). Healing and Change in the City of Gold: Case Studies of Coping and Support in Johannesburg (pp. 59-77). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Ndlovu, D. S. (2017). Let me tell my own story: a qualitative exploration how and why 'victims' remember Gukurahundi in Johannesburg today (Doctoral dissertation, University of the Witwatersrand). https://hdl.handle.net/10539/24455.
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer four Pump Head questions drawn from last Sunday's Quah post on the @mindpumpmedia Instagram page. Mind Pump Fit Tip: If you fix your sleep before diet and activity, you'll get the biggest impact in the shortest period. (1:37) The impact and commonality of mold damage. (25:16) Poetic justice. (33:25) Science Corner with Sal: Genetically Modified Silkworms. (36:51) The ideal female body through the decades. (38:04) “Oh, you got Vuori on.” (41:24) Shout out to Roman Reigns. (43:28) An interview with Michael Chernow on the newest flavor collaboration with Mind Pump and Kreatures of Habit. (44:32) #Quah question #1 - I've seen lots of content trash-talking renegade rows. People say to either do a row or a push-up/plank. What is the value in including them in a workout? (52:55) #Quah question #2 - Are Dunphy Squats a good warm-up for barbell squats if you're trying toward a greater range of motion in the barbell squat? (57:02) #Quah question #3 - Is MAPS Prime designed as an actual program or is it designed as a guide to improve mobility and get you ready for your workout? (1:00:00) #Quah question #4 - What are the best calorie-dense foods for bulking for a hard gainer without being too unhealthy? (1:02:59) Related Links/Products Mentioned Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Visit Vuori Clothing for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! October Promotion: MAPS Bands | The Skinny Guy 'hardgainer' Bundle 50% off! **Code OCTOBER50 at checkout** Improving sleep quality leads to better mental health: A meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials Mind Pump #1770: How Sleep Helps Your Muscles Recover And Grow Lemon Balm health benefits, dosage, safety, side effects, and ... - Examine Native American group files lawsuit against Washington Commanders over 'fake' group claims Spider silk is spun by silkworms for the first time, offering a green alternative to synthetic fibers Visit Kreatures of Habit: Meal One for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code MP25 at checkout** Visit Sleep Breakthrough by biOptimizers for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP10 at checkout** Strengthen Your Core with the Renegade Row - YouTube The Dunphy Squat | At Home Squat Variation - YouTube MAPS Prime Webinar Mind Pump #1262: Why Fitness Assessments Are Important Mind Pump #1860: Fourteen Of The Best Foods For An Amazing Physique Mind Pump #1952: How To Bulk The Right Way Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dr. Becky Campbell (@drbeckycampbell) Instagram Michael Churnow (@michaelchernow) Instagram Joe Anoai aka "Roman Reigns" (@romanreigns) Instagram
While the 'one line poem' can store wisdom in a very compact form, the Bible also uses them in combinations to make deeper points. Here we will explore some examples where these poems are arranged into chiasms or are grouped loosely by subject.
Written to the object of his affection, Edgar Allan Poe's poem "A Valentine" is a beguiling work that delves into the complexities of love and the intricacies of the human heart. Written as an acrostic, the poem is more than just a lyrical confession; it's a coded message where the first letter of the first line, combined with the second letter of the second line, and so on, spell out the name of the person to whom the poem is dedicated, adding an additional layer of mystery and depth to the work. This clever construction makes the poem a fascinating exploration of romantic affection, laden with Poe's characteristic emotional intensity and intellectual rigor.In "A Valentine," Poe deftly combines his unique blend of romanticism and analytical detail to offer a poetic experience that is both deeply emotional and cerebrally engaging. This poem, like much of Poe's work, goes beyond the surface level of love and passion to explore the psychological and emotional dimensions of human relationships. It makes for an enthralling discussion piece and a perfect addition to any podcast exploring the many facets of love or the literary genius of Edgar Allan Poe. Careful observers can identify the actual name of Poe's crush within the work.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5744894/advertisement
this 13th episode is going to be done in Poetic form. I have ask the question over and over of whether it is time or your mind that gives us peace of mind but i have realized it neither. I hope you enjoy. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melvin-j-nichols/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melvin-j-nichols/support
Episode 12 is another Poetic episode taking you on a journey that life has taken me on. May God continue to bless you and keep you and remember to share a little Sunshine!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melvin-j-nichols/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melvin-j-nichols/support
Brace yourselves for an incredible journey of resilience and strength as we hear from Ethan Poetic, a man who transformed tragedy into purpose. A survivor of a near-fatal car accident, Ethan's story is not just about survival, but transformation. Ethan Poetic's life took a dramatic turn after a life-altering car accident. Waking up in the Intensive Care Unit, he was initially in disbelief, feeling like he was in a movie. As he researched his Facebook page, he discovered an outpouring of support from friends and loved ones praying for him. Gradually, he learned the full extent of the accident and the near-fatal injuries he had sustained. However, due to the medications he was on, his senses were dulled, and reality felt surreal. Despite the pain, the medicine served its purpose in helping him cope with the aftermath of the accident. This transformative experience shaped Ethan's perspective on life, leading him to embark on a journey of self-discovery, commitment, and stepping outside his comfort zone.Join us as we journey through the transformational moments, the highs and lows, and the victories that marked Ethan's recovery. You'll listen as he recalls waking up in the ICU, the heartfelt support from medical professionals, and moments of triumph, such as receiving a brand new car. His moves from victim to victor, championing local leaders and student-athletes, and his struggle against discouragement are nothing short of inspiring. With Ethan's story resonating through your ears, you'll be reminded that adversity can indeed become an opportunity for the greater good and that the right people around you can make all the difference.Connect with EthanThe Inspirational Story of Ethan A. Poetic: Chronicles of Adversities, Education, Sports, Relationships, & Resiliency717 690-4445 (CELL)717-288-7535 (OFFICE)ETHAN@ETHANSPEAKS.COM Support the showWe hope you found the episode to be enlightening and insightful. Our goal is to create content that not only entertains but also helps you grow spiritually and connect with your inner self. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, we would greatly appreciate it if you could take a moment to like, subscribe, and write a review. Your feedback is incredibly valuable to us and helps us to improve the quality of our content and reach a wider audience. We believe that by sharing knowledge and insights about spirituality, we can help to inspire positive change and personal growth. So, if you find our podcast to be meaningful and informative, we encourage you to share it with your friends and family. You TubeFacebookFacebook Group The Road To Spiritual AwakeningSpiritual Awakening 101 Guide
This episode covers the next section of chapter 8 from: “The telltale charts of my crescograph...” To “...regarding gain and loss, success and failure, as one.” Bose tells Mukunda of the crescograph's discoveries on the emotional nature of plants and matter and the unity among them. The Bose institute opens and we begin to delve into Bose's speech which “might have issued from the lips of one of the inspired ancient rishis.” 1:00 Stimuli and the emotional nature of plants; 23:10 Poetic imagery; 27:25 Flowers; 34:00 The Bose Institute; 48:35 Bose' Speech. Links discussed in the podcast: Homework for next episode— Read, absorb and make notes on the next section of chapter 8 from: “In time the leading scientific societies of the world...” To “...synonym of India, confounding Time and the historians alike?” #autobiographyofayogi #autobiographylinebyline #paramahansayogananda Autobiography of a Yogi awake.minute Self-Realization Fellowship #SRF
Poetic forms are sometimes considered limiting, but can we find freedom within the constraints? On this episode, Brandon Blue tells Jared about how recontextualizing traditional forms through the lens of identity creates an additional, sometimes subversive, layer of meaning. Plus, he discusses writing about intimacy and eroticism within and outside of sexual relationships; how he decided to pursue an MFA after teaching middle and high school for seven years; and the importance of advocating for your needs and goals in an MFA program, writing community, and career. Brandon Blue is a black, queer poet, educator and MFA candidate at Arizona State University from the D(M)V. He is an assistant editor for Storm Cellar Magazine and his work has or will appear in Barzakh, the Saints and Sinners Literary Festival Poetry Anthology, [PANK], and more. His work is also featured in the Capital Pride Poem-a-Day event. His work has received the support of the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing. His chapbook, Snap.Shot, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press. Keep up with his work at brandonbluepoet.com. MFA Writers is hosted by Jared McCormack and produced by Jared McCormack and Hanamori Skoblow. New episodes are released every two weeks. You can find more MFA Writers at MFAwriters.com. BE PART OF THE SHOW — Donate to the show at Buy Me a Coffee. — Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. — Submit an episode request. If there's a program you'd like to learn more about, contact us and we'll do our very best to find a guest who can speak to their experience. — Apply to be a guest on the show by filling out our application. STAY CONNECTED Twitter: @MFAwriterspod Instagram: @MFAwriterspodcast Facebook: MFA Writers Email: email@example.com
There's a poetic connection to the land and the pursuit of excellence, linking the legacies of George Washington Carver and George Washington Carver Walker III. Walker's relentless pursuit to share the brilliant wines of Wade Cellars with its' message of inclusion and wine for the people is the true gospel. Take a listen. Check out the website: www.drinkingonthejob.com for great past episodes. Everyone from Iron Chefs, winemakers, journalist and more.
This week Taylor and Coop investigate Julia Kristeva's Revolution in Poetic Language. Topics include semiotics/semiosis, the mother as phallus and much more. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/muhh Twitter: @unconscioushh
All issues being reviewed on our podcast may contain spoilers without extra warning. We didn't record in person so some audio delays and echoes may occur. This show may not be suitable for all ages. Club Discussion: BRZRKR: Poetry of Madness Weekly Reviews: - Star Trek Early Voyages # 2, Fire & Ice # 1, The Witcher: Ronin, Archie Showcase Digest #12, Harley Quinn: Black White and Redder # 1 News: August 2023 Previews CrimsonCowl.com for info and original webcomics. Subscribe to the video version on YouTube! Subscribe to the audio version: Crimson Cowl Comic Club on iTunes! Subscribe to Under the Cowl of MS on many of the social media and podcasting platforms including YouTube! Subscribe to Cartoonist By Night on YouTube to watch four creative friends hang out and draw! Our show is hosted by Anthony Laatsch. Follow his hobby artist accounts on Instagram and Facebook. ------------------------------ Theme music by: BVSMV (on Bandcamp!)
Learn how to tell if a woman is flirting with you. In today's video we're going to be discussing the subtle ways women flirt with men they like. Hello! Ever been curious about the understated, almost unnoticeable things girls do when they're flirting? Maybe you've seen them but didn't think much of it. Or perhaps you've been left wondering, 'Does she like me? Was that a sign?' Today, I'm unveiling those discrete flirting techniques that women often resort to, precisely because they can express their feelings without being overtly obvious and risk having their feelings hurt. Sounds compelling, right? I'm Anna, and together, we'll decipher the language of subtle attraction. 0:00 Intro 0:10 How girls flirt with guys they're attracted to 0:32 Adventure avenues 0:59 Echoing energy 1:31 Narrative nuances 2:13 Sketchbook secrets 2:50 Culinary clues she likes you 3:23 Music mysteries 4:02 Dreamy diversions 4:35 Literary lures 5:04 Puzzle pieces 5:36 History hints 6:05 Digital doodles 6:37 Aesthetic adjustments 7:06 Handwritten hints 7:32 Green thumb gestures 8:02 Mystic moves 8:32 Collector's charm 9:02 Midnight muse 9:33 Traveller's tease 10:01 Artful affection 10:27 Poetic pursuit 10:57 Wanderlust whispers #Joyanima #Dating #attraction #flirting #crush #facts #psychology #datingtips #datingadvice #relationship
Here's an episode that will help you improve your line writing. Yes, Melanie is focusing on the poetic devices of metaphor, simile, and allegory, but they also apply to prose. So if you want to crank your writing up a notch, this one's for you.For access to writing templates and worksheets, and more than 70 hours of training (all for free), subscribe to Valerie's Inner Circle: www.valeriefrancis.ca/innercircleFor information about Valerie's upcoming webinars, visit: www.valeriefrancis.ca/webinarsTo learn to read like a writer, visit Melanie's website: www.melaniehill.com.auFollow Valerie on Instagram, Threads and X (Twitter) @valerie_francisFollow Melanie on Instagram, X (Twitter) and Facebook @MelanieHillAuthor
On this West Virginia Morning, Jeanette Wilson's family poems about African American life in southwest Virginia are connecting the past to the present in a preview of this week's Inside Appalachia. And, our Mountain Stage Song of the Week comes from pioneering alt-rock sextet, Wilco. The post A Poetic Family Tradition And Our Song Of The Week, This West Virginia Morning appeared first on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.
Ethan was facing a mathematical equation of 99% of death vs 1% of life with a high-risk surgery at Lancaster General Hospital. Ethan woke up and was declared a walking living miracle. Ethan graduated from Harrisburg Area Community College & Millersville University with a bachelor's degree in Speech Communications. He received two Pennsylvania Commonwealth Citations, from Lancaster City Officials. He was Featured Front page of the Lancaster Newspaper (LNP), Inspirational story on WGAL TV, Millersville University the Snapper Newspaper, & The Southeast Times Newspaper of Lancaster, Pa, WiTF radio of Harrisburg, Pa. Ethan is the CEO & Founder of Ethan A. Poetic,LLC to empower people towards overcoming their adversities & hardships. He's currently a keynote speaker, life coach, Two-time college graduate, Self-Published Author, & former member of the International Lions Club. His Autobiography is titled "The Inspirational Story of Ethan A. Poetic: Chronicles of Adversities, Education, Sports, Relationships, & Resiliency." https://ethanspeaks.com/ Purchase his book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3Pm4C3k Episode brought to you by: Integrated Brain Centers Please consider supporting the podcast for just $5 month with a Patreon membership.
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In this kick-off episode of Season 3, our host takes you on an enthralling narrative, tracing her evolution from a college graduate with a penchant for creativity to a retail merchandiser navigating the intricacies of consumer trends. Venturing further, she unravels the transformative phase that saw her transition into a dedicated waxing employee, honing her craft and becoming an essential part of the industry.However, the journey didn't end there! This episode offers an unfiltered look into her remarkable rise as a wax business entrepreneur and a formidable boss, defying norms and charting a unique path. Amidst the triumphs and achievements, the episode takes an introspective turn, delving into the trials and tribulations faced in her personal life. It's a narrative of resilience, determination, and overcoming adversity that provides invaluable insights for anyone seeking to carve their own niche in the professional world. EMAIL your questions/stories to firstname.lastname@example.orgLIKE Wax About It on Facebook: @waxaboutitFOLLOW Wax About It: @waxaboutitFOLLOW Ausha Marie: @aush_marie
“Cut out the poetry, Watson” [RETI] The Hound of the Baskervilles holds a special place for many people. It is a gothic tale of horror, mystery, and the supernatural. A fine example of Conan Doyle's ability to tell a good story. Trevor Raymond, BSI, M. Bt. thought it even lent itself to poetry. We share two of his versions of The Hound in poetic form — as if written by two famous poets — plus discuss the likely sense of the public's reaction when Holmes was off the scene for eight years and then reappeared in The Strand. It's just a Trifle. If you have a suggestion for a Trifles episode, let us know at trifles @ ihearofsherlock.com. If you use your idea on the air, we'll send you some Sherlockian goodies. Our Patreon supporters can listen to our shows ad-free and every one of them is eligible for our monthly and quarterly drawings for Baker Street Journals. Join our community of patrons today. Have you left us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts yet? You don't need to own an Apple device, and every review helps more people find the show. Links / Notes This episode: ihose.co/trifles347 Previous episodes mentioned: I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Episode 270: CrimeReads with Olivia Rutigliano Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube Email us at trifles @ ihearofsherlock.com Listen to us ad-free on Patreon and become eligible for our regular giveaways. Sponsor The BSI Press Music credits Performers: Uncredited violinist, US Marine Chamber Orchestra Publisher Info.: Washington, DC: United States Marine Band Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0
Jonathan and Meridith discuss the richness of Scripture and overlap in Proverbs 31 and Psalm 119. Check out the full discussion here.Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for menSupport Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastHear Rev Fisk's sermons at St PaulIf you'd like to submit a question or comment for the show, click hereThis clip is from Stop the White Noise
John Molloy is the co-founder and president of the Parisian fragrance house, MEMO Paris. Launching the brand with his wife, Clara, in 2007, MEMO Paris is an ode to memorable places all around the world, embodying Clara's Parisian-Catalan heritage and John's Irish globetrotter spirit, in a journey through time.If you enjoyed this episode, please make sure you like, subscribe, leave us a review and share with anyone you know who will love it too! Founded Beauty is available on all podcast platforms and we release new episodes every Monday and Thursday so be sure to follow the podcast to be notified. We really appreciate every single listen, share, and review. It goes such a long way and helps us reach new listeners. Follow Akash & MEMO Paris: Akash Mehta: @mehta_a Fable & Mane: @fableandmane www.fableandmane.com MEMO Paris: @memo.paris www.memoparis.com Follow us on Instagram @founded.beauty and TikTok @foundedbeauty. For more information about Founded Beauty, please visit www.foundedbeauty.com #foundedbeauty Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For the last forty-five years, the distinguished poets Molly Peacock and Phillis Levin have read and discussed nearly every poem they've written-an unparalleled friendship in poetry. In A Friend Sails in on a Poem (Palimpsest Press, 2022), Peacock collects her most important essays on poetic form and traces the development of her formalist aesthetic across their lifelong back-and-forth. Peacock offers a charming, psychologically wise, and metaphorically piquant look at navigating craft and creativity. This is a book both for serious poets as well as for anyone who wants a deep dive into the impact of friendship on art itself. Levin's most recent work, Mr. Memory and Other Poems, tackles themes of memory and longing and is as expansive and is it detailed. Another unique aspect of this already rare friendship is that they shared a therapist - one who was so beloved that, when she had a stroke and had to close her practice, both Peacock and Levin felt bereft like they'd lost a mother. In a fascinating role reversal, Peacock cared for her therapist after her stroke, and wrote magnificently about the experience and their years-long relationship prior to Joan's stroke in The Analyst (W. W. Nortton and Company, 2017). Peacock is a poet, biographer, and memoirist whose literary life has taken her from New York City to Toronto, from lyric self-examination to curiosity about the lives of others, from poetry to prose and back again to poetry. In A Friend Sails in on a Poem she describes her decades-long friendship with distinguished poet Phillis Levin, quoting their poetry and outlining her personal rules for poetic form. In addition to The Analyst, Peacock's poetry collections include Cornucopia: New and Selected Poems from Biblioasis and W.W. Norton and Company. She is the founder of The Best Canadian Poetry series and the co-founder of Poetry in Motion on New York's subways and buses. Her poems have appeared in leading literary journals such as Poetry, The New Yorker, The Malahat Review, The Women's Review of Books, and Plume and are anthologized in The Oxford Book of American Poetry. She has written two books about creativity in the lives of women artists: The Paper Garden and Flower Diary. Peacock teaches online for the Unterberg Poetry Center at 92NY. You can learn more about Megan Wildhood at meganwildhood.com. 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
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For the last forty-five years, the distinguished poets Molly Peacock and Phillis Levin have read and discussed nearly every poem they've written-an unparalleled friendship in poetry. In A Friend Sails in on a Poem (Palimpsest Press, 2022), Peacock collects her most important essays on poetic form and traces the development of her formalist aesthetic across their lifelong back-and-forth. Peacock offers a charming, psychologically wise, and metaphorically piquant look at navigating craft and creativity. This is a book both for serious poets as well as for anyone who wants a deep dive into the impact of friendship on art itself. Levin's most recent work, Mr. Memory and Other Poems, tackles themes of memory and longing and is as expansive and is it detailed. Another unique aspect of this already rare friendship is that they shared a therapist - one who was so beloved that, when she had a stroke and had to close her practice, both Peacock and Levin felt bereft like they'd lost a mother. In a fascinating role reversal, Peacock cared for her therapist after her stroke, and wrote magnificently about the experience and their years-long relationship prior to Joan's stroke in The Analyst (W. W. Nortton and Company, 2017). Peacock is a poet, biographer, and memoirist whose literary life has taken her from New York City to Toronto, from lyric self-examination to curiosity about the lives of others, from poetry to prose and back again to poetry. In A Friend Sails in on a Poem she describes her decades-long friendship with distinguished poet Phillis Levin, quoting their poetry and outlining her personal rules for poetic form. In addition to The Analyst, Peacock's poetry collections include Cornucopia: New and Selected Poems from Biblioasis and W.W. Norton and Company. She is the founder of The Best Canadian Poetry series and the co-founder of Poetry in Motion on New York's subways and buses. Her poems have appeared in leading literary journals such as Poetry, The New Yorker, The Malahat Review, The Women's Review of Books, and Plume and are anthologized in The Oxford Book of American Poetry. She has written two books about creativity in the lives of women artists: The Paper Garden and Flower Diary. Peacock teaches online for the Unterberg Poetry Center at 92NY. You can learn more about Megan Wildhood at meganwildhood.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
The frenzied souls had spoken in unison, in monophony. Now they begin to differentiate, to enter into polyphony with each other.Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we hang out on the first minor ledge of Purgatory with Dante the pilgrim and Virgil, his guide. They've been confronted by a mad battalion charge of souls who want to know how the pilgrim is in his body and what he can do for them when he returns to the land of the living.One of them steps out and tells the story of his death, the first of three stories that end PURGATORIO, Canto V. Here are the segments for this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE:[01:32] My English translation of the passage: PURGATORIO, Canto V, Lines 64 - 84. If you'd like to read along, print it off, make notes, or continue the discussion with me, please go to my website, markscarbrough.com.[03:43] This soul is Iacopo or Jacopo del Cassero (c. 1260 CE - 1298 CE). Here are the important facts about his life.[10:14] A line-by-line reading of the first half of Jacopo's story of his death.[18:53] A line-by-line reading of the second half of Jacopo's story of his death.[23:55] Why is this passage so associated with Italian geography? What has so much of PURGATORIO so far been about Italian geography and politics? Is Dante making a comment about his homeland as a sort of Ante-Purgatory?[26:47] Jacopo's speech shows Dante the poet's attempt to "reconcile" the fraudulent nature of language while upholding its poetic possibilities. It's a task destined to fail--and spectacularly.
If you have a phone or computer, you could start a media company right now and publish and share whatever you like. On one hand, this is amazing and democratizes what was previously reserved for a handful of gatekeepers. At the same time, the deluge of messages, often with ulterior motives, makes it extremely difficult for most of us to think freely. Should you trust governmental organizations? Left or right leaning news media? And what about the bro science podcaster? I don't have the answers to any of these questions, but our guest on this week's podcast does. Listen and learn: About the wisdom of the crowd The dangers of conformity Why conspiracy thinking exists Poetic truth vs. real world facts Links Free Your Mind Book ABOUT OUR GUEST Patrick Fagan is an applied behavioral scientist with over 13 years of experience in marketing, political campaigns, and data science consultancy. His expertise is in understanding human behavior and decision-making processes. Through his work, he advocates responsible and ethical practices in behavioral science, empowering individuals to resist manipulative influences and fostering critical thinking in society. He is the coauthor of the book, Free Your Mind. Like the Show? Leave us a review Check out our YouTube channel Visit www.yogabody.com
She's a filmmaker, feminist, artist, writer -- impossible to pin down, a connoisseur of multitudes. Paromita Vohra joins Amit Varma in episode 339 of The Seen and the Unseen to shoot the breeze and share her thoughts on Covid, relationships, the garden of consent, how being a misfit can be liberating and what she means by Poetic Feminism. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Paromita Vohra on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, IMDb and Parodevi Pictures. 2. Paromita Vohra's column archives in Mid-Day. 3. Agents of Ishq. 3. Films, Feminism, Paromita -- Episode 155 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Paromita Vohra). 4. Unlimited Girls (95 mins). 5. Partners in Crime (95 mins). 6. Paromita Vohra interviewed by The Third Eye. 7. Empire of the Sun -- Steven Spielberg. 8. Simple Recipes for Complicated Times -- Peter Griffin's Facebook group. 9. Tsunami Help and Cloudburst Mumbai. 10. Feeding the Hungry in the Pandemic — Episode 210 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ruben Mascarenhas). 11. The Life and Times of Abhinandan Sekhri — Episode 254 of The Seen and the Unseen. 12. Chekhov's Gun. 13. Natasha Badhwar Lives the Examined Life — Episode 301 of The Seen and the Unseen. 14. Padosan and Kashmir Ki Kali. 15. The Life and Times of Shanta Gokhale — Episode 311 of The Seen and the Unseen. 16. One Foot on the Ground — Shanta Gokhale. 17. Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus — John Gray. 18. What Makes Women Happy -- Fay Weldon. 19. The Loneliness of the Indian Woman — Episode 259 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shrayana Bhattacharya). 20. The Loneliness of the Indian Man — Episode 303 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Nikhil Taneja). 21. Asterix, Tintin, Phantom and Mandrake. 22. Midnight's Children -- Salman Rushdie. 23. Shame -- Salman Rushdie. 24. Amitav Ghosh on Amazon. 25. Anjali Arondekar on Amazon and her own website. 26. Sex, Law, and the Politics of Age: Child Marriage in India, 1891–1937 -- Ishita Pande. 27. Indian Sex Life -- Durba Mitra. 28. The Looking-Glass Self. 29. The Four Quadrants of Conformism — Paul Graham. 30. Miss Excel on Instagram and TikTok. 31. How an Excel Tiktoker Manifested Her Way to Making Six Figures a Day — Nilay Patel. 32. Tokyo is the new Paris -- Noah Smith. 33. Maximum City -- Suketu Mehta. 34. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai — Karan Johar. 35. Supermen of Malegaon -- Faiza Ahmad Khan. 36. The Overton Window. 37. The Indianness of Indian Food — Episode 95 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vikram Doctor). 38. The Refreshing Audacity of Vinay Singhal — Episode 291 of The Seen and the Unseen. 39. Stage.in. 40. On Exactitude in Science — Jorge Luis Borges. 41. On Uniform Civil Code, intent matters -- GN Devy. 42. Past Lives -- Celine Song. 43. Joseph Fasano on Twitter. 44. Imaginary Number — Vijay Seshadri. 45. Therigatha: Poems of the First Buddhist Women -- Translated by Charles Hallisey. 46. Early Indians — Episode 112 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tony Joseph). 47. Early Indians: The Story of Our Ancestors and Where We Came From — Tony Joseph. 48. Why Children Labour (2007) -- Amit Varma. 49. The Life and Times of Urvashi Butalia — Episode 287 of The Seen and the Unseen. 50. Manjima Bhattacharjya: The Making of a Feminist -- Episode 280 of The Seen and the Unseen. 51. Roots -- Alex Haley. 52. Lifespan: Why We Age – and Why We Don't Have To — David Sinclair. 53. Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity -- Peter Attia. 54. Chronicle of a Summer -- Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin. 55. Chaalbaaz -- Pankaj Parashar. 56. Topsy-Turvy -- Mike Leigh. 57. Your Emergency Contact Has Experienced an Emergency -- Chen Chen. 58. i love you to the moon & -- Chen Chen. 59. Chen Chen on Instagram. 60. Rajendra Krishan on Wikipedia, IMDb and Rekhta. 61. Pyar Ke Jahan Ki Nirali Sarkar Hai -- Song from Patang, written by Rajendra Krishan. 62. Ga Ga Ga Gori Gori -- Baba Sehgal. 63. Ek Thi Ladki -- Roop Shorey. 64. Lara Lappa Lara Lappa -- Song from Ek Thi Ladki. 65. The Incredible Curiosities of Mukulika Banerjee — Episode 276 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Mukulika Banerjee). 66. Regrets, None -- Dolly Thakore. 67. Timepass: The Memoirs of Protima Bedi -- Protima Bedi. 68. Joan Didion on Amazon. 69. The Odd Woman and the City — Vivian Gornick. 70. We Should All Be Feminists -- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. 71. Fearless Freedom -- Kavita Krishnan. Amit Varma and Ajay Shah have launched a new video podcast. Check out Everything is Everything on YouTube. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘The Dance of Life' by Simahina.
Sierra Schultzzie, Riayn Christina, & Paloma Malfavon try out the “notes app tour” tik tok trend and we find out what chaotic, relatable, and practical things they keep in their notes app. Find Twenty Whatever on Other Podcast Platforms// Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7gxdcCY7rDteu3VRj7K3w Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1470690716 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9jNjFmODgwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz The Group Chat @ (917) 810-3045 0:19 intro 2:10 Baby Riayn is a star 6:12 getting into the notes! 15:57 she's a POET 29:17 boundary growth 35:51 Postpartum diary 44:01 Raya 48:33 This shook P to her core 1:00:31 “things I cried about in pregnancy” 11:11:20 show casting with the girls Edited by Rachel Resnick for business inquires please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Thanks for listening!
Scott and Karl read and discuss James S. Taylor's 1998 book, Poetic Knowledge: The Recovery of Education. Taylor describes his work as an “attempt to resuscitate a nearly forgotten mode of knowledge.” This "poetic knowledge" is not the knowledge of poetry. Rather, it is an intuitive, obscure, mysterious way of knowing reality. As Karl points out, "Poētēs in Greek means making... you're a maker of things. I think that's a reasonable way to think about it." The author traces the history of poetic knowledge through Plato, Aristotle, Aquinas, Benedict, and the beginning of its demise with Descartes. Tune in for a fascinating look at what has been and what might be again when we turn theoretical into practical knowledge. Brought to you by onlinegreatbooks.com.