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    Daf Yomi for Women – דף יומי לנשים – English
    Yevamot 114 - June 29, 30 Sivan, 1st Day of Rosh Chodesh Tamuz

    Daf Yomi for Women – דף יומי לנשים – English

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 46:49


    Presentation in PDF format A story is told of a case where they lost the keys to the Beit Midrash and they needed to carry keys on Shabbat from the public domain in order to open the Beit Midrash. They sent children to go to that area, intending for them to notice the keys and bring them. The rabbi who suggested this must hold that the courts are not commanded to prevent minors from transgressing. The Gemara brings eleven different tannaitic sources in an attempt to support or reject this opinion, however, each source can be explained in a way that would not allow us to infer from there that the court is/is not commanded to prevent minors from transgressing. If a couple went abroad and she comes back and says he has died, under what circumstances do we believe/not believe her?

    Today in the History of Freedom
    Episode 28: Presentation of the Declaration

    Today in the History of Freedom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 4:48


    Like giving that report to the whole class, except serious.

    PeDRA Pearls
    Publication Presentation: Care of Congenital Melanocytic Nevi in Newborns and Infants

    PeDRA Pearls

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 28:25


    Dr. Marla Jahnke discusses the findings of her most recent collaborative study – Care of Congenital Melanocytic Nevi (CMN) in Newborns and Infants: Review and Management Recommendations. Learn more about the current state of knowledge around CMN care and monitoring and recommendations for future guidelines. https://youtu.be/jIhv8zjB9K0 (Watch Video)

    piworld audio investor podcasts
    Appreciate Group (APP) Full year 2022 results presentation - June 2022

    piworld audio investor podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 32:54


    Appreciate's CEO, Ian O'Doherty, CFO, Tim Clancy and COO, Julian Coghlan, present the full-year 2022 results for the year ended 31 March 2022. Ian O'Doherty, CEO 00:17 - Introduction 00:58 - Bounce back from Covid 01:59 - Platform of growth Tim Clancy, CFO 03:31 - Financial highlights 04:03 - Statuary P&L 05:40 - Underlying performance 06:34 - Historic EBITDA 07:38 - Billings and revenue 08:18 - Segmental performance 08:46 - Billings by format 09:13 - Park Christmas Savers 09:55 - Corporate 10:53 - Redemption levels 11:29 - Balance sheet 11:55 - Cash flow 12:51 - Financial summary Ian O'Doherty, CEO 13:31 - The growth strategy Julian Coghlan, COO 14:16 - Growth via market leading channels 16:27 - Appreciate Business services highlights 17:49 - Multiple growth initiatives 20:37 - Christmas savings: Business highlights 21:49 - Multiple growth initiatives 24:44 - Love2shop key customers 25:05 - Key enabler for growth Ian O'Doherty, CEO 27:22 - MBL Acquisition 30:10 - ESG update 31:28 - Summary Appreciate Group plc is a United Kingdom-based gifting and engagement company. The Company has a portfolio of brands, designed for the consumer and business customers. Its consumer-facing brands meet a range of saving and gifting needs, while its business products help its corporate customers reward and recognize their employees and clients. The Company's brands include Love2shop, highstreetvouchers.com, Park Christmas Savings and Appreciate Business Services. Its products include Love2shop Gift Card, Love2shop Gift Voucher, Love2shop Holidays, Single store vouchers and gift cards, Corporate gift cards and VIP experiences and group travel. Love2shop Gift Card is a flexible, pre-paid gift card that enables its customers to spend in their high street stores and a selected range of online retailers. The Love2shop Gift Voucher is a multi-retailer voucher, which can be used to buy products from approximately 200 brands and over 25,000 retail outlets.

    Real Estate Reserve Podcast
    #119- Private Mastermind Group Presentation With Jack Bevier on the Lifecycle of a Changing Real Estate Market

    Real Estate Reserve Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 53:48


    We recently did a private mastermind group in Baltimore for 20 top investors from around the country.  We brought in some local professionals as well.  We weren't planning to share any of the presentations publicly but this one was to good not to share.  Jack Bevier from The Dominion Group shared his opinion on the changing markets.   - Stages of grief of a changing market - The effects of supply and demand in a changing market - Why single family real estate will continue to do good during the potential upcoming recession Tune in now and watch the video version of the podcast at www.realestatereservepodcast.com If you enjoyed this podcast we would appreciate a positive review...  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/real-estate-reserve-podcast/id1507982777

    The Dental Practice Heroes Podcast
    The Office Presentation with Paul Etchison

    The Dental Practice Heroes Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:59


    We should control the things that are easy.  Today, Dr. Etch shares a story about something his hygienist found when she came into her op last Monday and how to correlates to patient experience. 

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
    Yevamot 112 - June 27, 28 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 48:11


    Presentation in PDF format Today’s daf is sponsored by Tina Lamm in honor of the “Tzevet Yevamot.” "Their brilliant graphics, along with Rabbanit Michelle’s teaching, literally saved me as we learned this difficult, but rewarding, masechet. Someone ought to design for them a graphic with a superhero cape!"  If the yabam and yevama have moved in together with the purposes of performing the mitzvah of yibum, but she then claims that he did not have relations with her, and he claims he did, who is believed? According to the Mishna it depends if it was within thirty days or beyond as there is an assumption (chazaka) that if they were together for 30 days, one can assume they had intercourse. If we believe her, then we insist that the man do chalitza to enable her to remarry. Rav explains that the case being discussed is one in which he already gave her a get and that is why we insist he perform chalitza and not insist that he do yibum with her. A braita is quoted to raise a difficulty against Rav's explanation, however, two answers are brought. Women were once believed if they made a claim why they couldn't stay married - for example, my husband is incapable of having intercourse with me" and her husband would have to divorce her and give her the ketuba money, but once they say that women had set their eyes on another man and would make claims like this to get out of the marriage while receiving their ketuba money, they changed the law and either required proof when possible or requested from the husband to divorce her, but did not force him to. What is done if she makes a vow not to have intercourse with any Jewish man? Would this vow include the yabam as well, as during her marriage he was forbidden to her anyway (as her husband's brother)? Can we find an answer to this question from our Mishna? The Mishnayot of the fourteenth chapter describes various different situations regarding a deaf-mute, minor, etc. as it relates to marriage, divorce and yibum.  What if someone was competent when they got married and then became a deaf-mute or lost his/her mental capacity? What happens to the marriage - can they get divorced?

    Daf Yomi for Women – דף יומי לנשים – English

    Presentation in PDF format Today’s daf is sponsored by Tina Lamm in honor of the “Tzevet Yevamot.” "Their brilliant graphics, along with Rabbanit Michelle’s teaching, literally saved me as we learned this difficult, but rewarding, masechet. Someone ought to design for them a graphic with a superhero cape!"  If the yabam and yevama have moved in together with the purposes of performing the mitzvah of yibum, but she then claims that he did not have relations with her, and he claims he did, who is believed? According to the Mishna it depends if it was within thirty days or beyond as there is an assumption (chazaka) that if they were together for 30 days, one can assume they had intercourse. If we believe her, then we insist that the man do chalitza to enable her to remarry. Rav explains that the case being discussed is one in which he already gave her a get and that is why we insist he perform chalitza and not insist that he do yibum with her. A braita is quoted to raise a difficulty against Rav's explanation, however, two answers are brought. Women were once believed if they made a claim why they couldn't stay married - for example, my husband is incapable of having intercourse with me" and her husband would have to divorce her and give her the ketuba money, but once they say that women had set their eyes on another man and would make claims like this to get out of the marriage while receiving their ketuba money, they changed the law and either required proof when possible or requested from the husband to divorce her, but did not force him to. What is done if she makes a vow not to have intercourse with any Jewish man? Would this vow include the yabam as well, as during her marriage he was forbidden to her anyway (as her husband's brother)? Can we find an answer to this question from our Mishna? The Mishnayot of the fourteenth chapter describes various different situations regarding a deaf-mute, minor, etc. as it relates to marriage, divorce and yibum.  What if someone was competent when they got married and then became a deaf-mute or lost his/her mental capacity? What happens to the marriage - can they get divorced?

    FRANCY AND FRIENDS
    ARE YOU SICK R U DIENG NO! IM N A PRESENTATION! I LOVE YOU BYE

    FRANCY AND FRIENDS

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 35:00


    ARE YOU SICK R U DIENG NO! IM N A PRESENTATION! I LOVE YOU BYE

    Sermon Podcasts St. Paul's Lutheran Saginaw

    June 26, 2022 - Commemoration of the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession - Pastor Naumann

    Weekly Word From St. Andrew, Farmersville
    Weekly Word Podcast from St. Andrew Lutheran Church in Farmersville, Ohio, June 26, 2022

    Weekly Word From St. Andrew, Farmersville

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 53:56


    St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Farmersville, Ohio June 26, 2022 Announcements Prelude Opening Hymn - "Blessed Assurance" - WOV #699 Responsive Reading Prayer of the Day Children's Sermon First Lesson - 1 Kings 17:17-24 Second Lesson - Galatians 1:11-24 Hymn - "What Wondrous Love is This" - LBW #385 Gospel - Luke 7:11-17 Presentation on the St. Andrew 1952 Fire by the Rev. Marvin Hileman Sermon - "Life is the Reason" Song - "Open the Eyes of My Heart" Apostles' Creed Offering Offertory - "Praise God, From Whom all Blessings Flow" Prayers of the Church and Lord's Prayer Benediction Exodus Hymn - "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling" - LBW #315 Dismissal Postlude For the video version of today's service, please visit https://youtu.be/_OQLG6A8l8g. May God bless you now and always!

    Daf Yomi for Women – דף יומי לנשים – English

    Presentation in PDF format This week’s learning is sponsored by the congregation of Keneseth Israel, located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in honor of the retirement of Rabbi Seth Phillips. This week's learning is sponsored by Joy Benatar in loving memory of her mother, Miriam Quint David, Malkah bat Michael v'Esther, on her sixth yahrzeit, a day before Shavuot. "A beloved wife, mother and grandmother. A passionate Jewish educator. We praise her and the works of her hands." This week's learning is sponsored by my parents, Bob and Paula Cohen in memory of my maternal grandfather Chaim Avraham ben Alter Gershon HaKohen. If a man was married to a minor and a deaf-mute, and died childless, yibum with one doesn't exempt the other. So what is his brother supposed to do to enable the women to remarry? Rav Chisda quoted Rav as saying that he should marry the deaf-mute and divorce her, then wait for the minor to reach maturity and do chalitza. Rav Chisda inferred from Rav's ruling that the deaf-mute is considered partially married and the minor is considered a case of doubt - either fully married or not married at all. How is that inferred and how does Rav Sheshet further prove this understanding from a different braita? They try to reject his proof by suggesting that perhaps the braita follows a minority opinion, however, this suggestion is rejected. The Mishna brings more cases where a man was married to two women who were minor or both deaf-mutes or of different unequal statuses like a minor and a mature woman, a deaf-mute and a woman who is not a deaf-mute. What is the yabam to do in these situations and is the woman permitted to remarry? Rabbi Elazar holds that when there is a minor and mature woman, we encourage the minor to do mi'un. The Gemara quotes amoraim who ruled like Rabbi Elazar. What if both the man and woman who were meant to do yibum are minors? The Mishna rules that if they have intercourse (and fulfill the mitzva of yibum), if they intend to divorce, they need to wait until they reach the age of maturity. The same holds if only the yabam is a minor. Is this Mishna not in accordance with Rabbi Meir who rules that a minor cannot do yibum as they need to be concerned that perhaps they are a saris or aylonit and therefore incapable of performing the mitzva of yibum? If the yabam claims he had intercourse with the yevama and she claims he did not, who is believed. On what does it depend?

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
    Yevamot 111 - June 26, 27 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 50:14


    Presentation in PDF format This week’s learning is sponsored by the congregation of Keneseth Israel, located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in honor of the retirement of Rabbi Seth Phillips. This week's learning is sponsored by Joy Benatar in loving memory of her mother, Miriam Quint David, Malkah bat Michael v'Esther, on her sixth yahrzeit, a day before Shavuot. "A beloved wife, mother and grandmother. A passionate Jewish educator. We praise her and the works of her hands." This week's learning is sponsored by my parents, Bob and Paula Cohen in memory of my maternal grandfather Chaim Avraham ben Alter Gershon HaKohen. If a man was married to a minor and a deaf-mute, and died childless, yibum with one doesn't exempt the other. So what is his brother supposed to do to enable the women to remarry? Rav Chisda quoted Rav as saying that he should marry the deaf-mute and divorce her, then wait for the minor to reach maturity and do chalitza. Rav Chisda inferred from Rav's ruling that the deaf-mute is considered partially married and the minor is considered a case of doubt - either fully married or not married at all. How is that inferred and how does Rav Sheshet further prove this understanding from a different braita? They try to reject his proof by suggesting that perhaps the braita follows a minority opinion, however, this suggestion is rejected. The Mishna brings more cases where a man was married to two women who were minor or both deaf-mutes or of different unequal statuses like a minor and a mature woman, a deaf-mute and a woman who is not a deaf-mute. What is the yabam to do in these situations and is the woman permitted to remarry? Rabbi Elazar holds that when there is a minor and mature woman, we encourage the minor to do mi'un. The Gemara quotes amoraim who ruled like Rabbi Elazar. What if both the man and woman who were meant to do yibum are minors? The Mishna rules that if they have intercourse (and fulfill the mitzva of yibum), if they intend to divorce, they need to wait until they reach the age of maturity. The same holds if only the yabam is a minor. Is this Mishna not in accordance with Rabbi Meir who rules that a minor cannot do yibum as they need to be concerned that perhaps they are a saris or aylonit and therefore incapable of performing the mitzva of yibum? If the yabam claims he had intercourse with the yevama and she claims he did not, who is believed. On what does it depend?

    דף יומי לנשים - הדרן
    יבמות קיא - כ"ז בסיון, 26 ביוני

    דף יומי לנשים - הדרן

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 45:56


    Presentation in PDF format This week's learning is sponsored by the congregation of Keneseth Israel, located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in honor of the retirement of Rabbi Seth Phillips. This week's learning is sponsored by Joy Benatar in loving memory of her mother, Miriam Quint David, Malkah bat Michael v'Esther, on her sixth yahrzeit, a day before Shavuot. "A beloved wife, mother and grandmother. A passionate Jewish educator. We praise her and the works of her hands." This week's learning is sponsored by my parents, Bob and Paula Cohen in memory of my maternal grandfather Chaim Avraham ben Alter Gershon HaKohen. If a man was married to a minor and a deaf-mute, and died childless, yibum with one doesn't exempt the other. So what is his brother supposed to do to enable the women to remarry? Rav Chisda quoted Rav as saying that he should marry the deaf-mute and divorce her, then wait for the minor to reach maturity and do chalitza. Rav Chisda inferred from Rav's ruling that the deaf-mute is considered partially married and the minor is considered a case of doubt - either fully married or not married at all. How is that inferred and how does Rav Sheshet further prove this understanding from a different braita? They try to reject his proof by suggesting that perhaps the braita follows a minority opinion, however, this suggestion is rejected. The Mishna brings more cases where a man was married to two women who were minor or both deaf-mutes or of different unequal statuses like a minor and a mature woman, a deaf-mute and a woman who is not a deaf-mute. What is the yabam to do in these situations and is the woman permitted to remarry? Rabbi Elazar holds that when there is a minor and mature woman, we encourage the minor to do mi'un. The Gemara quotes amoraim who ruled like Rabbi Elazar. What if both the man and woman who were meant to do yibum are minors? The Mishna rules that if they have intercourse (and fulfill the mitzva of yibum), if they intend to divorce, they need to wait until they reach the age of maturity. The same holds if only the yabam is a minor. Is this Mishna not in accordance with Rabbi Meir who rules that a minor cannot do yibum as they need to be concerned that perhaps they are a saris or aylonit and therefore incapable of performing the mitzva of yibum? If the yabam claims he had intercourse with the yevama and she claims he did not, who is believed. On what does it depend?

    We Need to Talk About Horror
    BOTB EP 5: ‘GRIZZLY' VS. ‘ALLIGATOR'

    We Need to Talk About Horror

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 84:31


    Episode 5 of our newest podcast venture, Battle of the Boutiques, has Andy Triefenbach, Lina Morgan, and Diggum exploring boutique Blu-Ray releases and pitting them against each other in Presentation, Special Features, and movie quality In this episode, we pit Severin's Blu-Ray release of Grizzly against Scream Factory's 4K UHD release of Alligator.

    Concord Matters from KFUO Radio
    Augsburg Confession Article XXII: Both Kinds in the Sacrament

    Concord Matters from KFUO Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 61:47


    Even though this article begins a shift towards addressing the specific abuses in the Roman Catholic Church at the time of the Reformation (and thus this lines up nicely with the 492 Anniversary of the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession today, June 25), how is the Lutheran approach to addressing these abuses still very much relevant for our consideration of matters within the Church still today? The specific abuse addressed in Article 22 — both kinds in the sacrament — isn't really much of an issue today, but what are some places that we might still see similar errors in the celebration of the Lord's Supper and should still apply the same confession and consider what Christ has instituted and given to His Church? Rev. Timothy Appel, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Smithville, TX,  joins host Rev. Sean Smith to discuss both kinds in the Sacrament in Article XXII of the Augsburg Confession. Find your copy of The Augsburg Confession - Concordia Reader's Edition at cph.org or read online at bookofconcord.org/augsburg-confession.

    Daily Devotions from Confident.Faith
    25 Jun 2022 (3rd Saturday after Pentecost)

    Daily Devotions from Confident.Faith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 17:03


    Readings* Psalm 119:41–48* Psalm 73* Proverbs 31:10–31* John 21:1–25* Augsburg Confession, XX, 1–18CommemorationToday we commemorate the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession. Presented to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V at Augsburg, Germany, on 25 June 1530, the Augsburg Confession presents the theology of the Lutheran Church and of the Reformation. At the heart of the Confession is justification by grace alone through faith alone for the sake of Christ alone — presented primarily in Article IV, often called the ‘article on which the Church stands or falls'. Through the Augsburg Confession, the Lutheran Reformers began the arduous task of removing the corruption that had crept into the Church over centuries and restoring to its rightful place the true core of Christianity: Justificatio Sola Gratia Sola Fide Solo Christo — justification by grace alone through faith alone by and through Christ alone.ReaderCorey J. MahlerCopyright NoticesUnless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from the Holy Bible, English Standard Version®, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.Unless otherwise indicated, all quotations from the Lutheran Confessions are from Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions, copyright © 2005, 2006 by Concordia Publishing House. Used by permission. All rights reserved. To purchase a copy of Concordia, call 800-325-3040.Support the show

    Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
    HEAR IT: Mother Describes Pain of Losing Son to Actions of His Obsessed Ex

    Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 44:00


    An Indiana woman is accused of using Airtags to track her love interest to a bar, where he is having drinks with another woman. 26-year-old Gaylyn Morris reportedly confronted Andre Smith and another woman at Tilly's Pub in Indianapolis. The ensuing argument gets all three thrown out of the pub.  Once outside, witnesses say Morris got into her black Chevrolet Impala and drove forward, knocking Smith down. She then reportedly put the vehicle in reverse and drove forward over him again. Medics located Smith's body under Morris' car outside the bar. He was pronounced dead at the scene.  Joining Nancy Grace Today: Laprecia Sanders - Victim's Mother  Darryl Cohen - Former Assistant District Attorney, Fulton County, Georgia, Defense Attorney, Cohen, Cooper, Estep, & Allen, LLC, CCEAlaw.com Dr. Angela Arnold - Psychiatrist, Atlanta GA, AngelaArnoldMD.com, Expert in the Treatment of Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology: Emory University, Former Medical Director of The Psychiatric Ob-Gyn Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics Jacksonville State University, Author, "Blood Beneath My Feet", Featured on "The Piketon Massacre: Return to Pike County" on iHeartRadio Lee Reiber - Mobile Device Forensic Expert, COO: Oxygen Forensics, Inc., Author: "Mobile Forensic Investigations: A Guide to Evidence Collection, Analysis, and Presentation", oxygen-forensic.com, Twitter: @Celldet and @oxygenforensic  Richard Essex - Investigative Reporter, WISH-TV, Twitter: @RichardEssexIII, Facebook: RichardEssexTV  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    BNI & The Power of One
    BNI 504: Weekly Presentation Coaching - Dan Bowdey

    BNI & The Power of One

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 15:10


    In this week's Weekly Presentation Coaching episode we meet Dan Bowdey from a brand new chapter in CO

    Daf Yomi for Women – דף יומי לנשים – English
    Yevamot 110 - Shabbat June 25, 26 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women – דף יומי לנשים – English

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 35:34


    Presentation in PDF format Does Rav really hold that a minor who reaches the age of maturity and does not have intercourse with her husband, is still only married to him on a rabbinical level? It seems from another source that he holds otherwise. But that source is explained as referring also to a case where he had relations with her and on account of that her marriage became a marriage by Torah law. What is the basis for his debate with Shmuel on this topic? Why is there a need to mention their disagreement in two different places. An actual case was brought where it seems that Rav ruled they needed a divorce even thought it seems they hadn’t yet had intercourse. Two explanations are brought. According to Rav Ashi, the rabbis uprooted/annulled the marriage as the husband acted in an inappropriate manner. If one married women of different statures and one is a marriage on a Torah level and one is rabbinic, can yibum with one exempt the other? It seems to be inferred from the Mishna that a deaf woman can do chalitza – but doesn’t it say in a different Mishna that she cannot? One answer is that the Mishna doesn’t allow for chalitza in that case. Raba brings a second answer – it is referring to a woman who was also deaf when she got married and therefore can undo the zika of that marriage (which was only rabbinic) with chalitza. Difficulties are raised against Raba from cases in the Mishna of the next chapter which seem to be referring to a woman deaf from before she was married and is not permitted to do chalitza. IF one is married to a minor and a deaf woman and they fall to yibum to the brother, each one’s yibum or chalitza does not exempt the other – why?    

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
    Yevamot 110 - Shabbat June 25, 26 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 35:34


    Presentation in PDF format Does Rav really hold that a minor who reaches the age of maturity and does not have intercourse with her husband, is still only married to him on a rabbinical level? It seems from another source that he holds otherwise. But that source is explained as referring also to a case where he had relations with her and on account of that her marriage became a marriage by Torah law. What is the basis for his debate with Shmuel on this topic? Why is there a need to mention their disagreement in two different places. An actual case was brought where it seems that Rav ruled they needed a divorce even thought it seems they hadn’t yet had intercourse. Two explanations are brought. According to Rav Ashi, the rabbis uprooted/annulled the marriage as the husband acted in an inappropriate manner. If one married women of different statures and one is a marriage on a Torah level and one is rabbinic, can yibum with one exempt the other? It seems to be inferred from the Mishna that a deaf woman can do chalitza – but doesn’t it say in a different Mishna that she cannot? One answer is that the Mishna doesn’t allow for chalitza in that case. Raba brings a second answer – it is referring to a woman who was also deaf when she got married and therefore can undo the zika of that marriage (which was only rabbinic) with chalitza. Difficulties are raised against Raba from cases in the Mishna of the next chapter which seem to be referring to a woman deaf from before she was married and is not permitted to do chalitza. IF one is married to a minor and a deaf woman and they fall to yibum to the brother, each one’s yibum or chalitza does not exempt the other – why?    

    The Video Insiders
    Keep Your Eyevinn on the Ball

    The Video Insiders

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 35:08


    Jonas Birmé  LinkedIn profileEyevinn websiteWHIP protocolWHPP protocolStreaming Media Sweden 2022 Presentation on WHIP and WHPP---------------------------------------------------Join our LinkedIn Group so that you can get the latest video insider news and participate in the discussion.Email thevideoinsiders@beamr.com to be a guest on the show.Learn more about Beamr

    Daf Yomi for Women – דף יומי לנשים – English

    Presentation in PDF format What is the text that they put in a mi'un document? Why was the original text shortened? The refusal of a minor can be done in many different ways - even if the girls somehow indicates that she is not interested in being married to him, without saying it directly, she is free from her marriage. several different examples of this are brought. According to Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira if she went ahead and married someone else, that would be an indication that she did mi'un. What about betrothal to another? Do the rabbis disagree with him? Would Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira permit this kind of 'weak' refusal only if she was betrothed to the first husband or even if she was married to him? The Gemara raises all these questions. In the end, they rule like Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira even in the case where she was married to the first husband. Rabbi Eliezer doesn't consider marriage to the first husband valid at all, however, he does require mi'un. Shmuel likes his approach as he is consistent and does not consider her married at all (other than requiring mi'un). How is this different from Rabbi Yehoshua who fully considered a minor married, other than the fact that she can get out with mi'un alone - that also seems to be a mostly consistent position? The Gemara brings two different explanations for Rabbi Eliezer ben Yaakov's statement in the Mishna that if there is any obstruction due to the man, she is married and and obstruction not from the man, she is not married. If she does mi'un, she is permitted to his relatives and he to hers, as it as if they were never married. This differs from divorce, by which she is prohibited to his relative and he to hers. If they were married, he gave her a get, then remarried her and she did mi'un. the mi'un uproots the original marriage as well. Therefore, if she marries someone else after that and gets divorced or widowed, she can go back to the original husband, as it is if they were not married before. But if she did mi'un with one man, they got a get from the next husband, then mi'un with the next, etc. she cannot return to the man she got a get from. The Gemara assumes that the reason the mi'un in the first case, uproots the marriage entirely is because the mi'un indicated she was too young and when her mother or brother married her off, the marriage was never a real marriage. If so, then why does it only uproot her marriage with the same person and not if she was married and divorced from someone else? Shmuel says that the two parts of the Mishna reflect two different opinions. Rava distinguishes between the cases - it really should uproot the first marriage, even if it was to someone else, but for a different reason, the rabbis forbid her to return to the first husband, as they want to prevent him from trying to seduce her back while she is married to another in an attempt to get her to 'refuse' the other man. The Gemara raises another contradiction in the Mishna. Rabbi Elazar says that the two parts of the Mishna reflect two different opinions. Ulla distinguishes between the cases. Where do we find two different opinions regarding this issue, as stated by Rabbi Elazar? A story is told of how they brought this question to be asked to Rabbi Akiva when he was jailed by the Romans.

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
    Yevamot 108 - June 23, 24 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 45:31


    Presentation in PDF format What is the text that they put in a mi'un document? Why was the original text shortened? The refusal of a minor can be done in many different ways - even if the girls somehow indicates that she is not interested in being married to him, without saying it directly, she is free from her marriage. several different examples of this are brought. According to Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira if she went ahead and married someone else, that would be an indication that she did mi'un. What about betrothal to another? Do the rabbis disagree with him? Would Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira permit this kind of 'weak' refusal only if she was betrothed to the first husband or even if she was married to him? The Gemara raises all these questions. In the end, they rule like Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira even in the case where she was married to the first husband. Rabbi Eliezer doesn't consider marriage to the first husband valid at all, however, he does require mi'un. Shmuel likes his approach as he is consistent and does not consider her married at all (other than requiring mi'un). How is this different from Rabbi Yehoshua who fully considered a minor married, other than the fact that she can get out with mi'un alone - that also seems to be a mostly consistent position? The Gemara brings two different explanations for Rabbi Eliezer ben Yaakov's statement in the Mishna that if there is any obstruction due to the man, she is married and and obstruction not from the man, she is not married. If she does mi'un, she is permitted to his relatives and he to hers, as it as if they were never married. This differs from divorce, by which she is prohibited to his relative and he to hers. If they were married, he gave her a get, then remarried her and she did mi'un. the mi'un uproots the original marriage as well. Therefore, if she marries someone else after that and gets divorced or widowed, she can go back to the original husband, as it is if they were not married before. But if she did mi'un with one man, they got a get from the next husband, then mi'un with the next, etc. she cannot return to the man she got a get from. The Gemara assumes that the reason the mi'un in the first case, uproots the marriage entirely is because the mi'un indicated she was too young and when her mother or brother married her off, the marriage was never a real marriage. If so, then why does it only uproot her marriage with the same person and not if she was married and divorced from someone else? Shmuel says that the two parts of the Mishna reflect two different opinions. Rava distinguishes between the cases - it really should uproot the first marriage, even if it was to someone else, but for a different reason, the rabbis forbid her to return to the first husband, as they want to prevent him from trying to seduce her back while she is married to another in an attempt to get her to 'refuse' the other man. The Gemara raises another contradiction in the Mishna. Rabbi Elazar says that the two parts of the Mishna reflect two different opinions. Ulla distinguishes between the cases. Where do we find two different opinions regarding this issue, as stated by Rabbi Elazar? A story is told of how they brought this question to be asked to Rabbi Akiva when he was jailed by the Romans.

    UndenEYEable Perception
    UndenEYEable Perception Ep.78

    UndenEYEable Perception

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 46:01


    Renato and Raul share their thoughts about uncertainty and how each one of them handles it.  Style and Presentation are everything. Taking the moment to appreciate what it takes to create something and to understand the journey travelled for it to make it into your hands. Renato has an update on his third week of cold showers. Probe My Quote. 

    Recovery JAM
    Sponsorship Workshop (Part 1): A presentation by Janet B - recorded June 20, 2022

    Recovery JAM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 39:51


    Recovery JAM
    Step 12-Chapter 7 Working With Others (Part 2 of 2): A Presentation by Melissa C- recorded June 16, 2022

    Recovery JAM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 38:01


    Drawing Near
    Let's Revisit - - A Holy Presentation - Colossians 1:21-23

    Drawing Near

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 10:52


    A verse-by-verse study through the Gospel of Luke. A ministry of FBC Tipp City. Part of our verse-by-verse study of God's Word. Reggie Osborne: Pastor/Teacher. regosborne1@gmail.com

    A Canadian Celiac Podcast
    Ep 228 Hiding In Plain Sight on a Package Label

    A Canadian Celiac Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 44:11


    It's time for a deep dive into everything we can learn about our food from the packaging and labelling, that isn't just the ingredients.  I speak with Nicole Byrom, RD for the Canadian Celiac Association about how to read a nutrition facts label, including serving sizes and vitamin sources.  Nicole explains the mystery around best before dates and when not to buy or use a dented tin.  Sometimes we can find a gluten free claim as well as a may contains – seems like a contradiction, but Nicole explains what we are actually looking for in the packaging claims, as well as which ones don't pertain to our gluten free diet.  Everything you didn't know you that you didn't know about product labels. Here's some links that Nicole mentioned – Presentation on Labelling - CCA-Labelling-Document-OCT21-1027_1-3.pdf (celiac.ca) Nicole's Gluten Free Granola Bars - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1xkyM6hbZE&ab_channel=CanadianCeliacAssociation How to Read a Food Label to Make Sure a Food is Gluten Free -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_XXjiTnatY&ab_channel=CanadianCeliacAssociation What Does 20ppm Mean in a Gluten Free Diet – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2R9mMR1DOg Article About Understanding Food Labelling in Canada – Understanding Food Labels in Canada - Unlock Food   Sue's Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com

    Inside Influence
    Brant Pinvidic - The 3 minute rule, how to say less to get more from any pitch

    Inside Influence

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:20


    Hey everyone - the Inside Influence team and I are taking an eight week sabbatical this winter (or summer if you're in the Northern Hemisphere) to generally reset, recalibrate and refill our creative tanks.For many of us, myself included, that means traveling across the world to see family members where it's been far too long between hugs.To keep you fueled while we're gone, we've traveled back through the archives and pulled out four of our favorite Inside Influence episodes of all time. I can also hand on heart say that each of these has, in some way, radically changed how I show up, lead and influence.If you're new to the Inside Influence crew, enjoy the ride. If you're a long-time listener, these are definitely conversations worth listening to twice.Stay safe and we'll see you back with a brand new season in August.Today's Guest Have you ever been in a situation where you had limited time to pitch an idea? I've found myself in this situation more times than I can count so when someone sent me a book recently called ‘The 3-Minute Rule: Say Less to Get More from Any Pitch or Presentation'. I was ALL IN. That book was written by my next guest – Brant Pinvidic – award-winning film director, veteran television producer, keynote speaker, top-rated podcast host (Rob Lowe being one of the most recent guests I tuned into) and columnist for Forbes. With over 20 years of experience in producing, creating, and directing household TV shows and movies – Brant is widely recognized as one of the great creative leaders in Hollywood. Having given over 100+ successful film and television pitches over his career, Brant learnt that if he didn't get them in the first three minutes – chances are he wouldn't get them at all. Taking those business and storytelling lessons he developed a proven blueprint for leaders wanting to position their message with impact.You'll LearnWhy three minutes is the key to creating an ultra-concise, ultra-compelling pitch for any idea, product, service or company.The Fire Alarm Test – If someone pulled the fire alarm after three minutes of your presentation or sales pitch, have you done enough to make people want to come back and hear more?The four core questions every successful pitch needs to addressWhy being passionate about everything – often means you are credible about nothing.How to close with a hook that guarantees action.And the difference between situational doubt and self-doubt – in particular why one of those mindsets is self-defeating – and the other is self-preserving.If now is the time to get others on board with your ideas, product, company or vision – those potentially hold the power to making it happen – then this episode is for you.References and links mentionedmy new ebook The Influencer CodeSubscribe to and Review the Inside Influence PodcastThanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Inside Influence Podcast! If the information in my conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing people just like you!Also, don't forget to hop on my website juliemasters.com and download my new ebook The Influencer Code or become an insider by signing up to my newsletter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio
    Presentation of the Augsburg Confession

    The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 27:14


    Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie, Professor of Historical Theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession (which we commemorate on June 25), including the cultural and political context leading up to the Diet of Augsburg, what the Diet of Augsburg was and why it became necessary, how the Confessors prepared for this Diet in 1530, and the significance of what happened during the Diet. Read more about this important historical event at lutheranreformation.org/history/presentation-augsburg-confession and ilc-online.org/2021/06/25/confessing-the-faith-reflections-on-the-presentation-of-the-augsburg-confession.

    The Presentation Podcast
    Is Accessibility Accessible?

    The Presentation Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 76:54


    Episode 152 - One definition of accessibility is "…making information, activities, and/or environments sensible, meaningful, and usable for as many people as possible.". For us in the presentation world, accessibility is a consideration for slide design. And slide design can address accessibility categories of contrast, font size, captioning, screen reader setup, alt text, and much more. But the real question is, are there tools within PowerPoint to enable presentation designers to make a presentation accessible? This episode of The Presentation Podcast we are joined by Stephy Hogan a great conversation about presentation design with accessibility considerations.   Full Episode Show Notes https://thepresentationpodcast.com/2022/e   Show Suggestions? Questions for your Hosts? Email us at: info@thepresentationpodcast.com   Listen and review on iTunes. Thanks! http://apple.co/1ROGCUq   New Episodes 1st and 3rd Tuesday Every Month

    EMplify by EB Medicine
    Conversation - High Sensitivity Troponin

    EMplify by EB Medicine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 28:07


    In this episode of EMplify: Conversation, Sam Ashoo, MD and TR Eckler, MD discuss high sensitivity troponin testing and clinical pathways.Topics discussed include: Which troponin assay are you currently using and what are its limits of detection? Do delta troponin results only count if they increase? If the test result is indeterminate, then what? repeat in 1 hr (European standard), repeat in 3 hours (depending on chest pain onset), or just admit if the HEAR(T) score is high? What does one negative troponin on presentation mean? No death in 30 days to 1 year but still missed MI?And more... ReferencesAnand A, et al; HiSTORIC Investigators†. High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin on Presentation to Rule Out Myocardial Infarction: A Stepped-Wedge Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Circulation. 2021 Jun 8;143(23):2214-2224. doi: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.120.052380. Epub 2021 Mar 23. PMID: 33752439; PMCID: PMC8177493.Chapman AR, et al. Association of High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin I Concentration With Cardiac Outcomes in Patients With Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome. JAMA. 2017 Nov 21;318(19):1913-1924. doi: 10.1001/jama.2017.17488. Erratum in: JAMA. 2018 Mar 20;319(11):1168. Soerensen NA [corrected to Sorensen NA]. PMID: 29127948; PMCID: PMC5710293.Chenevier-Gobeaux C, et al. Multi-centre evaluation of recent troponin assays for the diagnosis of NSTEMI. Pract Lab Med. 2018 Feb 26;11:23-32. doi: 10.1016/j.plabm.2018.02.003. PMID: 30014015; PMCID: PMC6045566.Chiang CH, Chiang CH, Lee GH, Qian F, Chen SC, Lee CC. Time to Implement the European Society of Cardiology 0/1-Hour Algorithm. Ann Emerg Med. 2020 Nov;76(5):690-692. doi: 10.1016/j.annemergmed.2020.05.038. PMID: 33097132; PMCID: PMC7575504.McCarthy CP, Januzzi JL Jr. Increasingly Sensitive Troponin Assays: Is Perfect the Enemy of Good? J Am Heart Assoc. 2020 Dec;9(23):e019678. doi: 10.1161/JAHA.120.019678. Epub 2020 Nov 26. PMID: 33238785; PMCID: PMC7763764.Neumann JT, et al. Application of High-Sensitivity Troponin in Suspected Myocardial Infarction. N Engl J Med. 2019 Jun 27;380(26):2529-2540. doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa1803377. PMID: 31242362.Miller J, Cook B, Singh-Kucukarslan G, Tang A, Danagoulian S, Heath G, Khalifa Z, Levy P, Mahler SA, Mills N, McCord J. RACE-IT - Rapid Acute Coronary Syndrome Exclusion using the Beckman Coulter Access high-sensitivity cardiac troponin I: A stepped-wedge cluster randomized trial. Contemp Clin Trials Commun. 2021 Apr 23;22:100773. doi: 10.1016/j.conctc.2021.100773. PMID: 34013092; PMCID: PMC8114080.

    Catholic Diocese of Saginaw Podcast
    Bishop Gruss' presentation on the Eucharist as the foundation for all ministry

    Catholic Diocese of Saginaw Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 37:15


    Bishop Gruss recently taught on the Eucharist during an enrichment day at the Diocesan Center for Ministry June 4, 2022. 

    Subscription Box Basics with Julie Ball

    #127 - In this week's episode of Subscription Box Basics, Julie and Renae will give you a recap, highlight and special takeaways about the Sub Summit 2022.SUMMARY:Sub Summit Preparations and Meeting Friends (2:15)Live Broadcast of Subscription Box Basics Podcast (7:38)Opening Ceremonies (9:13)Julie and Renae Presentation (11:00)Other presentations that we love (19:31)Jess and Becky's Presentation on Simplicity (19:38)Kimberly Lewis from CurlMix about Shark Tank Story  (20:41)Takeaways (22:30)Cube Awards (24:50)Closing Ceremonies (29:30)LINKS AND RESOURCESSubscription Box Bootcamp: https://www.subscriptionboxbootcamp.com/Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/subscriptionboxbootcamp/Sparkle Hustle Grow: https://www.sparklehustlegrow.com Use the code SBBPODCAST to get $10 off of your first boxThe Subscription Box Planner digital download (1/2 year digital version for only $25): https://julie_ball--jessicaprincipe.thrivecart.com/sbp-download-q34/Playlist link: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6BCtIjRDO4PAgaMtUqs0NN?si=76VRV1wNQdyBUX7r7up2CA

    Metro City Church
    Father's Day Presentation - MCC(6/19/22)

    Metro City Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 96:07


    Father's Day Presentation - MCC(6/19/22) by Bishop Flynn Johnson

    The Liberty Advisor Show W/ Tim Picciott
    The COMING Digital Dictatorship - The Great Reset & HOW TO Save Your Family! - FULL PRESENTATION!

    The Liberty Advisor Show W/ Tim Picciott

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 34:03


    Tim Picciott exposes the Great Reset agenda and how it will be rolled out with CBDCs (central bank digital currencies) from beginning to end during a slide presentation and speech at Flote Fest 2022. This may be the most important educational video you've seen recently! Schedule Free Consult With Tim: https://bit.ly/booktimp Learn The Risk .org shirts: https://learn-the-risk.square.site/s/search?q=Shirt Tim's other media: www.thelibertyadvisorshow.com Tim's financial site: www.thelibertyadvisor.com

    HPCritical
    Episode 109: Xbox Presentation & Weekly Gaming News

    HPCritical

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 98:19


    After a big week of gaming announcements, the HPCritical podcast crew comes together to discuss the latest news. From our impressions of the Xbox/Bethesda showcase, to the addition of a video game category in the Grammy awards, a protest and Gamestop, and everything in between, here's the latest look at the last week in gaming. Have a listen. If you'd like to grab some podcast merch, check out our store and order your favorite items! If you'd like to write in with questions, comments, or speak to any of us, feel free to do so. You can reach us at hpcriticalgaming@gmail.com or our official Twitter account. REMEMBER TO LIKE, COMMENT, AND SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST YOU CAN FIND US ON ALL YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST HOSTING SITES ANCHOR ITUNES SPOTIFY GOOGLE PODCASTS BREAKER RADIO PUBLIC OVERCAST Broadcasted live on Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hpcritical/support

    Recovery JAM
    Step 12-Chapter 7 Working With Others (Part 1 of 2): A Presentation by Melissa C- recorded June 13, 2022

    Recovery JAM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 39:10


    Rocket Roof Show
    Maintaining Enthusiasm

    Rocket Roof Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 29:23


    Making presentations to close projects is an integral part of your commercial roofing success.  Guest Paul Scelsi offers suggestions and tips on maintaining your enthusiasm and closing that deal.  This is a don't miss episode!Next Level Roofer offers informative master classes that explore the issues that hold many back from achieving their potential in the commercial roofing industry.  For more information, or to register for the next webinar, please go to https://360nextlevelroofer.comYOUR GUIDE TO CREATING AN EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKAfter several years of sharing his handbook with other contractors and making numerous improvements, Andy Near decided to create a how-to guide for making a custom handbook for virtually any roofing company. It includes his own company's handbook along with numerous helpful notes. Use it as a template or just for new ideas. To purchase the book, visit https://www.ebay.com/itm/333306141697JOIN US LIVE TWICE A MONTHTo be part of the real-time discussion with our live audience, like us on Facebook and tune in every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at 7 pm ET: https://www.facebook.com/RocketRoofShowSUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCASTDon't miss what we are preparing for you next! Find a direct link to your favorite podcast directory: https://www.buzzsprout.com/755294WHERE TO GET MOREFurther information is available on the Rocket Roof Show website: http://www.rocketroofshow.com

    Conversations in Equine Science
    Webinar recap of the World Horse Welfare presentation on "Can a stabled horse truly be a "happy" horse.

    Conversations in Equine Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 22:35


    Kate and Nancy discuss Dr. Andrew McLean's thoughts and research findings on the topic of stabling horses. Watch the replay link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9b6KF4_Z3c&t=4457s --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nancy-mclean/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nancy-mclean/support

    BNI & The Power of One
    BNI 501: Weekly Presentation Coaching - Tracy Hunter

    BNI & The Power of One

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 14:19


    In this week's Weekly Presentation Coaching episode we meet Tracy Hunter from Australia!

    BroadwayRadio
    Today on Broadway: Friday, June 17, 2022

    BroadwayRadio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 17:32


    MCC Announces 2022-23 Season, Arcelus & McCalla Lead ‘Water for Elephants’ Presentation, ‘May We all’ Preview “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated:Ashley Steves ashley@broadwayradio.com | @NoThisIsAshleyGrace Aki grace@broadwayradio.com | @ItsGraceAkiJames Marino james@broadwayradio.com read more The post Today on Broadway: Friday, June 17, 2022 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.

    AAS 21 Podcast
    A Black Gaze

    AAS 21 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 56:05


    How do we look at, and respond to, work by Black contemporary artists? In this episode, we sat down with Tina Campt, Visiting Professor in Art & Archaeology and the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton. We trace the arc of Prof. Campt's career, from her earlier research on family photography in the African diaspora and how one can “listen to images,” all the way to her current writing and recent trip to this year's Venice Biennale. Along the way, we discuss concepts that elucidate the aesthetic, political, and experiential dynamics of work by artists like Jennifer Packer, Cameron Rowland, Stan Douglas, and Simone Leigh. Deep Dive: How to “listen” to a photograph Tina M. Campt, Listening to Images (Duke University Press, 2017). Tina M. Campt, A Black Gaze: Artists Changing How We See (MIT Press, 2021). The Breakdown - Guest Info (Photo credit: barnard.edu) Tina M. Campt (https://artandarchaeology.princeton.edu/people/tina-m-campt)  Professor Campt taught a multidisciplinary seminar called “Radical Composition” as a Visiting Professor at Princeton for the Spring 2022 semester. She is the Owen F. Walker Professor of Humanities and Modern Culture and Media at Brown University, and heads the Black Visualities Initiative at Brown's Cogut Institute for Humanities. In addition to the five books she has authored and edited, such as Listening to Images and A Black Gaze, Professor Campt is the lead convener of the Practicing Refusal Collective and the Sojourner Project.  See, Hear, Do “Radical Composition” course materials: Saidiya Hartman, "Venus in Two Acts." Small Axe 12, no. 2 (2008): 1-14.  Flying Lotus, “Until the Quiet Comes,” dir. Kahlil Joseph (2012).  Carrie Mae Weems, “People of a Darker Hue” (2016). Jay-Z, “4:44,” dir.  Arthur Jafa (2017).  Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes, The Sweet Flypaper of Life (First Print Press, 2018). Practicing Refusal Collective, The Sojourner Project (ongoing). Whitney Museum of American Art, “Ask a Curator: Jennifer Packer: The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing” (2022). Taylor DaFoe, “How Curators David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards Tackled the 2022 Whitney Biennial to Show ‘What America Really Looks Like',” artnet news (March 29, 2022). Simone Leigh, Sovereignty, Official U.S. Presentation, 59th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, April 23–November 27, 2022. National Gallery of Art, Afro-Atlantic Histories, April 10–July 17, 2022. Tina M. Campt, fourth lecture in the series Image Complex: Art, Visuality & Power, University of Sydney (online lecture, October 19th, 2022, register here).

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
    Yevamot 100 - June 15, 16 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 47:29


    Presentation in PDF format Today’s daf is sponsored by Meryll Page in loving memory of her father, George Levine, Yosef Michael HaLevi on his yahrzeit. “I'm grateful for his enthusiastic support of my Jewish learning. Dad was an expert in creative tzedakah. He was a mensch to emulate and a loving dad.” There are ten types of people who can't collect teruma from the granary - why? Many of them can get the teruma brought to them in their house, other than some - why? Even though women were included in that list, a braita mentions that they are places where women were permitted to collect in the granary, and in those places, the women would be given first. The Gemara explains that they must be referring to the poor man's tithe and not teruma. They were given first so it would not be demeaning for them to wait on the line - "ladies first." When Rava would hold court, he would take the men first, so that they could be let out first to go fulfill their obligation in mitzvot, but when hearing this law, he changed his mind and let the women be judged first. In the case of the Mishna where the kohen was mixed up with a slave, the Gemara understands that when the Mishna mentioned what would happen if they free each other, this is seen as an imperative, in order to allow them each to marry. How would they bring a mincha offering - as a kohen or as a yisrael, as the way it is brought is different (the kohen's is burned entirely and in the yisrael's, a kmitza is burned and the rest if given to a kohen? Two possibilities are brought. If a woman got married within three months of being married to her previous husband and gave birth to a child whose lineage is now questionable (from the first husband of the second?) what are laws of yibum for that child? If one husband was a kohen and the other a yisrael, the child must keep the stringencies of both. But regarding financial issues, or punishments we are lenient. If both father's were kohanim, how does that change matter? Shmuel stated that if ten kohanim were together and one left the group and impregnated a woman, the offspring is a shtuki. They understand this to mean that he cannot work in the Temple as a kohen, even though it is clear he is a kohen. Why? They penalize him because of znut. A question is raised from our Mishna as they prove that the case of not waiting three months must have been after a relationship outside of marriage (znut) and the Mishna states that he can work in the Temple. In the end, the Gemara explains that one can understand the Mishna to be a case where the woman was a minor and was married off by her brother or mother and did mi'un, refusal. However, this possibility is rejected as well, as one young enough to do mi'un, would not be able to get pregnant as found in a Tosefta regarding women who are permitted to use birth control. An alternative explanation is that she was betrothed and married to the first husband but the betrothal was found to be a mistake (perhaps an unfulfilled condition).

    The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
    Breech Presentation in Pregnancy

    The Homebirth Midwife Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 17:06


    A persistent breech presentation is a common reason for a cesarean birth in the United States.  There are so many ways to try to turn a breech baby!  In this episode the midwives will walk you through how they assess fetal position in pregnancy and what to do about it if your baby is breech in your third trimester. --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
    Yevamot 99 - June 14, 15 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 45:05


    Presentation in PDF format Today's daf is dedicated by Dvoranit Shwartz in honor of the successful fundraising campaign for Shirat HaTamar shul in Efrat and with deep appreciation for the Rabbanit of the kehilla, Shira Merili Mirvis. A braita lists several cases where one could potentially have to do chalitza for one's mother, sister or daughter out of doubt. Under what circumstances would this happen? Other unique situations are described in another braita - where a couple could have five children, each having a different status - convert, gentile, slave, mamzer and Israelite. How? Another riddle - one could have to sell his father, who is a slave, to pay back his mother's ketuba. How? What does this teach you about the status of slaves and can they be mortgaged for a ketuba? The Mishna described more situations in which two children are mixed up at birth, one is the nephew of the other. What are laws of yibum/chalitza for them and their brothers? If the son of a woman married to a kohen got mixed up with the son of a maidservant in his household, what is that son allowed/not allowed to do? He is considered a kohen out of doubt so he needs to be strict regarding stringencies of kohanim, however, with regard to monetary issues we are lenient based on the principle "hamotzi m'chavero alav hareaya", the burden of proof lies on the one trying to claim the money. Rabbi Yosi and Rabbi Yehuda disagree about whether a slave can collect teruma from the granary. The concern is that people will see him and think he is a kohen and marry him off, not realizing he is a gentile slave who cannot marry a Jew. Rabbi Yosi permits as in his town, they don't allow people to marry based on seeing them on the line to collect teruma. Rabbi Yehuda forbids as they permit testimony from the teruma line for marriage purposes. Who else is not allowed to collect teruma from the granary? 

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran
    Yevamot 98 - June 13, 14 Sivan

    Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 40:00


    Presentation in PDF format The Gemara brings more sources to try to prove whether Rav Sheshet or Rav Acha were correct regarding their debate about a convert being able to marry his brother's wife. If a person was conceived before his mother converted but was born after his mother's conversion, which relative is he permitted/forbidden to marry? If five women's children got mixed at birth, and they all marry and then die without children, and all have brothers through their fathers but are unsure who is the brother of each one, how is the mitzva of yibum fulfilled?