This is a show I recorded in 2001 with the late poet Diane DiPrima when her memoir, Recollections of My Life as a Woman, was published. City Lights just released Spring and Autumn Annals, which made me remember this interview with Diane. Perhaps you heard it when it was broadcast (and podcast) 20 years ago, not long after Writers on Writing began. Download audio. (Broadcast date: June 2001)
Lol and Budgie are joined by Michael Dempsey, the third founding member of The Cure. Lol and Budgie discover that Michael really dug Lol's hairdo. They find out they were both misfits of no fixed abode in a progressive In-a-Gadda da-Vida” where “Electric Warriors” congregated against the miasma of Apathy. Michael notes that not being able to play is a singular benefit. They had chips and beer, and watched the Banshees from the wings which is where they learned their stagecraft. Budgie talks about his love for the Cure's Strange screens on stage during Carnage Visors and Faith (meet the Pink floyd of the new wave) For more info about topics discussed by Lol, Budgie and Michael in this week's episode, visit us online at https://curiouscreaturespodcast.com/ Socials: Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.com Facebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficial Twitter: @curecreatures Instagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficial Lol Tolhurst: Facebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whoo Instagram: @budgie646Curious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
Hey Inside Conan listeners - we know you love the deepest of dives so today we're giving you a taste of a very special episode of Parks and Recollection featuring Chris Pratt! Chris opens up about his audition for Parks and Rec, working with Mouse Rat song writer Mark Rivers, adapting the character of Andy to a lovable loser, and so much more! Spread your wings and fly with your favorite podcast team today!
Hello Literally listeners, we know you loved Chris Pratt when he guested on this podcast. Now you get to hear him talk to Rob and Alan Yang over on Parks and Recollection. Today we're giving you a sample of that Parks and Recollection episode where Chris opens up about his audition for Parks and Rec, working with Mouse Rat song writer Mark Rivers, adapting the character of Andy to a lovable loser, and so much more! Spread your wings and fly with your favorite podcast team today! Click here to listen to the whole episode!
Hi everyone! I'd love to introduce you to a podcast today from Team Coco entitled "Parks and Recollection" hosted by Parks and Recreation star Rob Lowe and writer Alan Yang who wrote for every season. They're breaking down the beloved comedy Parks and Recreation episode by episode and I think you'll love it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hey folks, we've got a special clip for you today from Team Coco's newest podcast 'Parks and Recollection' hosted by Parks and Recreation star Rob Lowe and writer Alan Yang who wrote for every season. They're breaking down the beloved comedy Parks and Recreation episode by episode and I think you'll love it. Take a listen to this clip and go check out Parks and Recollection now wherever you get podcasts. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This month on the Well Woman Show, I interview Deborah Tuerkheimer, author and professor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law. She earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard College and her law degree from Yale Law School. Tuerkheimer served for five years as an Assistant District Attorney in the New York County District Attorney's Office, where she specialized in domestic violence and child abuse prosecution. She's the author of Credible: Why We Doubt Accusers and Protect Abusers. On the show we discuss: Credibility as a form of power, How those with greater privilege and authority in our society are more likely to be deemed credible while those with less social status are more likely to be dismissed How everyday interactions are a perfect starting point for cultural change. All the information shared today can be found at the show notes at https://wellwomanlife.com/wp-admin/wellwomanlife.com/267show (wellwomanlife.com/267show) The books she recommended were: https://bookshop.org/books/somebody-s-daughter-a-memoir-9781432890568/9781250305978 (Somebody's Daughter: A Memoir by Ashley C. Ford) https://bookshop.org/books/recollections-of-my-nonexistence-a-memoir/9780593083345 (Recollections of My Nonexistence: A Memoir by Rebecca Solnit ) You can also continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at http://wellwomanlife.com/community (wellwomanlife.com/community) The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy™ at http://wellwomanlife.com/academy (wellwomanlife.com/academy). Support this podcast
On today's episode, Laura's got a SCOTUS term preview, Pam talks about Big Brother, which crowned its first black winner, and we speak more about the Sunday Scaries, including how to help calm them down. Facebook and Instagram were down for several hours today - #thoughtsandprayers to anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists. Andrew shares a personal update about Hypable, and conversation ensues about how to know when you're ready to take a big chance. With the composition of the U.S. Supreme Court shifting to a strong conservative majority, there are a number of issues on the docket that should make progressives nervous. A Mississippi abortion case, gun restriction challenge, and a push to use state money to pay for religious schooling are all on the docket this fall. For the first time in history, Big Brother crowned its first Black winner— and it's thanks to an all Black six member alliance known as The Cookout. We dig into how this alliance between the black players this season helped push back against years of racism in the show's history. Will The Cookout help promote lasting change in terms of diversity on reality television? Monday is a perfect time to revisit our Sunday Scaries conversation from last week. What do we find ourselves dreading the most about an upcoming week, and how do we mitigate those scaries? This week's recommendations will entertain you, and maybe even help keep you organized! 'No Time to Die', the new James Bond movie (Andrew), Netflix's 'Midnight Mass' (Laura), and the Erin Condren Planner (or the Recollections planner line from Michael's) (Pam). And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on Patreon: We've spoken a lot about romantic red flags, but what about friendship red flags? Lack of self-awareness, constantly self-degrading, no boundaries, and arguing to argue are all red flags for us. What are your red flags, dear listeners? When we're trying to make new friends, what positive attributes do we keep an eye out for? Andrew learns there is another Andrew in Laura's life and is shook (jk jk jk).
Today Rob drops in with a little taste of his new Parks and Recreation recap podcast, Parks and Recollection. If you enjoy this clip then spread your wings and fly your way over to the subscribe button today! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Writer/director/producer Alan Yang feels like he's weirdly fulfilling a childhood dream-thing about being Conan O'Brien's friend. Alan sits down with Conan to discuss writing for the full span of Parks and Recreation, growing up the son of Taiwanese immigrants, and unexpectedly introducing certain catchphrases into the popular lexicon. Later, Conan peers into the inner mechanisms of TikTok fame as achieved by his assistant David Hopping. Check out Alan's new podcast Parks and Recollection here.
Deborah Bailey, is the host of the Women Entrepreneurs Radio podcast. She's also a writer and an indie publisher of several fiction and non-fiction books including, “Think Like an Entrepreneur: Transforming Your Career and Taking Charge of Your Life” and several novellas and short stories.Her bylines have appeared in Baseline magazine, Dailyworth.com, Bankrate.com, More.com, Working World Magazine and CNN.com. For more information about mental and emotional health, check out these podcast episodes:"Coping with Change & Protecting Your Mental Health While You Manage Your Business" with Marketing Consultant Melissa Forziat"Self-Care & Mental Health for Entrepreneurs" with Faith Sanders of Discover A New Future"Marketing Your Business During Times of Adversity" with Eleanor Beaton of Fierce Feminine LeadershipBest-Selling Author Margie Warrell: "You've Got This! Living with Courage & Resilience""Manage Your Mindset & Release the Struggle" with Certified Life Coach Nancy McKay
The Five Recollections combine a healthy recognition of impermanence with death awareness. Most of the Buddhist monks and nuns that I know chant the recollections every day. The truth is, the recollections are not just for monastics. They were intended for all of us. From the Upajjhatthana Sutta, "These are the five facts that one should reflect on often, whether one is a woman or a man, lay or ordained." In today's episode, we will examine these five facts and the value that they bring to our practice, especially as we make peace with death. For more episodes, blog posts and to keep in touch, visit www.margaretmeloni.com
When Alan Yang enters the studio with Rob Lowe, there are many hilarious topics up for discussion. Like their new podcast Parks and Recollection (the definitive Parks and Recreation recap podcast) or Alan's baseball blog from the early 2000s. This week, you'll hear why Alan and Rob have one of the best rapports in podcasting! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show! If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out. I'll be away between 4pm-5:30pm so please reach out on slack if there's an issue. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For the past eight years, students in Dr. Duke Richey's Advanced Placement U.S. History classes have been collecting stories from family members, friends, and acquaintances about the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. To mark the 20th anniversary of the attacks, the students have launched a website that will be updated weekly throughout the year. That website can be found here: https://www.mccallie.org/911project Four of those students sat down with Dr. Richey to discuss the project and share their perspectives of the tragic attacks on America. The students are Vihaal Vellanki '22, a boarder from Minnetonka, Minn., Luke Gilbert '22, a boarder from Charlotte, N.C., and Nathan Smartt '22, a boarder from Austin, Texas. In addition, Nelson Eiselstein, a 2016 graduate of McCallie who participated in the project when he was a student, joined the discussion. Mr. Eiselstein now teaches math at McCallie.
One of the first police officers on the scene of the Milperra Massacre has described the scene that left seven people dead. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast, part of our Day of Recollection resources for the month of September, Fr. Peter Armenio shares a meditation on the sanctification of human love as witnessed through the sacrifice of Christ on the Cross. This gift of sacrificial love encourages us to look inward and reflect upon the opportunity to be a witness to the love of Christ is our daily life. Through the grace made present to us in the sacraments, we are strengthened to lay down our life for one another and inspired to love others out of love for Christ. Access our Day of Recollection resources for the month of September online: https://stjosemaria.org/day-of-recollection-september-2021/. ––––– THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! If you enjoyed today's podcast, please leave a rating or review here on SoundCloud and on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/st.-j…id966458405?mt=2 Don't miss new podcasts from the St. Josemaria Institute! Subscribe at: stjosemaria.org/subscribe/
Jujitsu has a way of taking a man, breaking him down into tiny pieces, and building him back up from scratch. Fortunately, I didn't need BJJ to break me down even more. I had done that plenty myself before walking into the gym for the first time. I was depressed, broke, heartbroken and completely blind before making that fateful first entry into what would be my future BJJ home. This is how BJJ help my rebuild my life. This is where I plan on taking it. Like this content? Join my Patreon for 1 dollar a month -->https://www.patreon.com/forrestmunden
Tonight's edition features new music from Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Marc Barreca, CARM + Mouse on Mars, J Foerster + N KRAMER, and some older favorites from MoM, Four Tet, Loren Connors + Jim O'Rourke, Roedelius and Ashra. Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 1134′38″ False Start by Good Weather For An Airstrike on Kenopsia (Valley View Records)
Recollections of my early years as a graffiti writer. Subjects discussed include: photographic memory, moving to New Mexico, Cholo graffiti, Breakin movie, Subway Art book, Hip Hop graffiti, Olde English font, Thailand, seeing a writer at work for the first time, Uptown SK8 Posse, Matt Linnell (Circus), Albuquerque ditches, USP, difficulties with spray paint, GIANT, first freeway spot, PBT, Monolithic, 2ZC, CWK, Agree, NY fat caps, Doc, ATK, classified ad in UK skateboard magazine, Tom Brogan, London, Camden Town, EDM, acid house mixtapes, Street Beat, first meeting with Agree and Doc, buff paint, AOT, The All Time Kingdom, photo trading, Agent, Zore, Rafa, Vez, Chicago, recognizing writers, DTE, SB, Lone, rack and return, vintage paint, Wesk, learning security routes, tagging a crane, MC Rock, Dyse, Cheno, Sero, Quasar, Zodak, Zeno, Brisk, the Euclid Yard, Sake, stencil caps, APS crew, Agree dies.
Tammy tells John about her good friend Don Grady and his music. John explains his relationship with his assistant Fred Seaman and the role he played in John's life. And Tammy tells John about a piece of cake he would not like to eat! Find us at: www.TalksWithJohn.com
After some awkward revelations, Chaz, Talice, and Squall set sail on the high seas towards the island of Vanure! Kenon Pearce as DM and Various NPCs Jordache Richardson as Chaz and Brad Nikki Richardson as Talice ISHNAR/KALCRIN HOMEBREW SETTING by Kenon Pearce Sound editing and design by Kenon Pearce and Nikki Richardson Kenon Pearce @mr_fugufish Jordache Richardson @jdash24 Nikki Ri @nikkirivo Website: totrpodcast.com Twitter: @totrcast Facebook: @topoftheround Instagram: @topoftheround THANK YOU HONORARY PRODUCERS! Chris Williams Gail Yadon Beth/Dee20 Koebaebeefboo David Biggs Wanna talk to the cast? 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In this podcast, part of our Day of Recollection resources for the month of August, Msgr. Fred Dolan reflects on the importance of forming children in virtue so they become witnesses to the love of Christ. Msgr. Dolan explains this essential task requires sacrifice, time, intentionality, and authenticity, as children watch and respond more willingly to witnesses than teachers. Access the resources for the August Day of Recollection online: https://stjosemaria.org/day-of-recollection-august-2021/. ––––– THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! If you enjoyed today's podcast, please leave a rating or review here on SoundCloud and on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/st.-j…id966458405?mt=2 Don't miss new podcasts from the St. Josemaria Institute! Subscribe at: stjosemaria.org/subscribe/
Happy August, everyone! We're deep into Leo season, so you're in for this treat with more fire energy. Fellow Sagittarius, Kristine Maramot, gets down for this episode to talk about her origins in the community. And we continue to bounce off the topic of the 2014 NaFFAA Empowerment conference, and how it contributed to the work we do today. Thanks again to Kristine for getting down for this week's episode!
Wes and Moats are together again live from Heinz Field for Steeler's Training Camp. The kick off the first hour by recapping the Steelers' Hall of Honor announcement. Moats goes into detail about how hard camp actually is on players and what kind of mindset you need.
This week, the Consig made a call to the Midwest, and a guy with Chicago ties answered. THIS IS THE SHOW. Chris Rongey (@ChrisRongey), Chicago radio personality, part time Audacy host, joins Dave, Carl & Neuby with the July trade deadline Olympic edition of the Cash Considerations Show. Listen as Chris tells the boys his story from growing up in the Missouri to doing the pregame & postgame show for the Chicago White Sox. After an injury shortened high school baseball career and a brief run at tennis, Rongey got to Chicago just in time to witness a playoff baseball game. The story of the last weekend and game 163 will take you right into the ballpark. Chris was sick to his stomach with anticipation that day, but it wasn't the same thing that caused a rumble on his most memorable trip to Vegas. His friends didn't know what time it was but they got a wake up call of their own. A lifelong Bears fan, he reminded everybody about the Super Bowl Shuffle win over Carl's Patriots, and then he dished out the truth about deep dish pizza snobs in Chicago. Lastly, people called him an idiot back in the day, but Chris got “your a idiot“ last laugh on everybody. Not a writer, no longer a waiter, but a gentleman and a good son in every sense of the word, Chris brought his A game.Sports wise this week, the boys went to the NBA first because, well, it's finally over. Bucks in six beat Suns in four, and Giannis was MVP. Neuby had the Bucks, CH became a Giannis fan with Dave, but how can the Nets be 2/1 to win the title next year? It takes Giannis longer to shoot a free throw than it does for the boys to move on to baseball.Dave forgot to say bon dia, bon tarde, bon noche but the baseball segment is nothing but heaters. Who wins the AL East? Did the Yankees really get Joey Gallo? Did you say Joey Callo with a C? Our guy CH breaks it down pretty easily, and Neuby hit it out of the park without even looking at the pitch. The National League East comes down to the Mets, Braves and Phillies, and the boys are split on who wins it. Trade deadline is coming up and all three of the guys think there are moves coming. Next stop is the medal stand. The Olympics are on but is anybody watching it? Real question, is anybody betting it? Neuby makes a big splash in the pool, as Dave and Carl sound off about the challenges of the time change in Japan. It's a gold medal performance in record time to get to the best corner in sports gambling.Lastly, the coordinating producer/social media manager/co host Carl H-A-S-C-A-L-L had two questions on “Carl's Corner” segment of the show. If you were to compete in an Olympic sport that wasn't a real sport, what would it be? Then, the follow up was what would be your actual Olympic sport. The answers will both surprise and make you laugh. Catching shit, drinking shit or taking a shit, there is no ribbon for Neuby and sadly no ace for Carl. Ping ponging back and forth, they end the point with a smash. As it always does, The Take a Minute segment closed the show on Cash Considerations. Neuby told everybody to look to the middle and be quiet, CH missed an ace by inches in a round of golf with his friends, and Dave paid tribute to Mama Donna and Big Consig turning 18 in the circle of life.Sit back, listen in & laugh a bunch to this trade deadline, Olympic July episode of the Cash Considerations podcast. Follow the show @CashConsidShowFollow Dave @SportsBkConsigFollow Carl @CarlHascallFollow Neuby @NeubyTalksFollow Chris @ChrisRongeyEmail us at CashConsidShow@gmail.com
The CDC said yesterday that fully vaccinated people should wear masks in indoor public settings in counties where the transmission rate is "substantial" or "high," after new evidence showed that a vaccinated person could transmit the Delta variant of COVID to others. President Biden may also begin requiring federal employees and contractors to be vaccinated or face regular testing. Four U.S. Capitol police officers testified to a House committee about the violence, racial attacks, and fear for their lives they experienced during the January 6th insurrection. The House panel into the riot will likely hold its next hearing before the end of Congress's August recess. Plus, one of What A Day's new co-hosts Priyanka Aribindi joins us for headlines: airports face jet fuel shortages, Simone Biles pulls out of an Olympic event, and the U.S. government sells a rare album once owned by Martin Shkreli. Show Notes: CDC: COVID-19 County Data Tracker – https://bit.ly/3zLKDjR For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A quick conversation talking about how to prepare for parenthood! We talk about: Non-negotiables to create space for the life we want Communicating with your spouse Creating good memories and having fun Reconnecting with loved ones LIFE We love having these conversations 1:1! If you'd like to book a coaching call with Matt or Ron, Email Matt@lifebelowparallel.com with any questions or goals you have in mind!
Legally Separated and Unemployed with a Year to Kill – What Will Jeanne Do? A unique and timely set of circumstances create the perfect storm for a woman on the cusp of multiple changes. Her somewhat flippant decision to volunteer sets the stage for profound relationships you won't soon forget. When the housing bubble burst in 2008, Jeanne Corvese Hussin found herself at a fork in the road. She could either continue her job as a senior vice president for a mortgage banker at a significant pay cut or take the year-long severance and travel with her son, Jason. She chose the latter. Now what? After Jason would go to bed, the nights stretched out before Jeanne like a long black highway cutting through the desert. She spent the hours flirting with men online but was often disappointed by the real person behind the dating profile. Suddenly, she had an epiphany. Or maybe it was a message from God. She should find a way to give back. Drawn to senior citizens, Jeanne found herself at a local assisted living facility volunteering her time to memory care residents in a ward ironically named Recollections. From her inspired impulse to serve emerge the colorful characters who comprise I See Old People©. You will never be the same. In these pages, Jeanne tells the story of her family, her interactions with the seniors at Recollections, and finally, her storybook “never too late” romance in this extraordinary memoir. I See Old People is much more than a book; it's an experience. About Jeanne Corvese Hussin Jeanne Corvese Hussin is chief marketing officer for a financial services company based in Seattle. A compelling story teller, she has over 30 years' experience in brand marketing and public speaking. In her autobiography, "I See Old People," she shows how to lead with compassion and shares her remarkable love story. Jeanne resides in Washington with her husband Joe and their two mixed dachshunds, Tasha Bear and Oscar. She volunteers her time visiting with seniors who suffer from dementia and enjoys spending time with her son Jason. Learn more at www.kindconversations.com.
On this Matt Stevens Interview: His WORST gig ever, how failing an audition led to him accomplishing far more than he ever would have imagined, including 2 scholarships at Berklee, moving to New York City, and touring the world playing music - before he even graduated from Berklee. Two most important things he learned, early on… How random Instagram posts turned into his latest Album, Mexican food, letting go of things he can't control, being an optimist, staying power, taking time off to raise his son & more. GREAT convo, very candid and upbeat! If you'd like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Matt Stevens is a Grammy-nominated guitarist living in NYC. As a session player, he's played on over 70 LPs, with artists like Terri Lyne Carrington, Esperanza Spalding, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Harvey Mason and others, and has worked with producers including Quincy Jones, Glen Ballard & Tony Visconti. He produced Esperanza Spalding's albums Exposure and the Grammy-winning 12 Little Spells, as well as Terri Lyne Carrington's double album Waiting Game. Matt has 5 solo LPs including his most recent, Pittsburgh Subscribe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EveryoneLovesGuitar?sub_confirmation=1 Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe
"The Story of the Trumpet, In the Words of Those Who Play It." Catchy tag line, if I do say so myself. But the individual we're hearing from on the show today is someone who can literally tell the story of the trumpet - at least a good portion of it. David Hickman is founder and president of the acclaimed Summit Brass, a large all-star American brass ensemble dubbed by the press as the "Dream Team of Brass." Summit Brass has released 10 CDs, toured the world, and hosted the annual Rafael Mendez Brass Institute which has helped thousands of aspiring brass musicians. He served as president of the International Trumpet Guild from 1977 to 1979 and has presented numerous lectures, clinics, masterclasses, and concerts at major international conventions. His services are sought worldwide as a judge for prestigious solo and chamber music competitions. Mr. Hickman recently received the International Trumpet Guild's prestigious Award of Merit. In this conversation with David Hickman, you'll discover:-How the lone music teacher in a small Nebraska town helped David foster his love of music...01:23-"If you can teach a boy to blow a horn, he'll never blow a safe"...09:16-The moment David knew trumpet would be his life's work...11:42-Trumpet Performance or bust...16:36-Why rural Kansas was the best possible place to begin a music performance career...21:34-Recollections and anecdotes of Rafael Mendez...26:08-Healthy and unhealthy competition for musicians...30:05-The story of the 5-valve trumpet...in the words of he who plays it...38:13-Why 3-valve trumpets may soon be a relic of days gone by...46:43-And much more!Episode sponsor:https://jamesnewcombontrumpet.com (James Newcomb's "Chew the Fat" Newsletter): If you like this podcast, consider joining my exclusive daily email newsletter, where I share personal anecdotes, stories, occasional business tips and much more. It's free and all you have to do is register https://jamesnewcombontrumpet.com (here)! Credits:Trumpet Dynamics: The Story of the Trumpet, In the Words of Those Who Play It Host: James Newcomb Guest: https://hickmanmusiceditions.com (David Hickman) Opening music: "Folklore" by https://bigbigtrain.com (Big Big Train) Closing music: "Creepin' With Clark" written and performed by Mike Vax Audio editing by: James Newcomb Show notes prepared by: podcastartistry.com
'Conversations Drawing from the Geoffrey Bawa Archives' is a virtual series of discussions between scholars who have engaged with the Bawa Archives and contributed to the upcoming publication 'It is Essential to be There: Drawing from the Geoffrey Bawa Archives'. The publication will accompany the forthcoming exhibition of the same name. Stay tuned for more information on both the book and exhibition. In this conversation 'Resorts, Reports and Recollections', Shirley Surya and Meghal Perera use the archives to look at the Batujimbar Development in Bali and the Galle Face Green specifically, and they are joined by Channa Daswatte who shared first-hand anecdotes to discuss the role of the drawings in Bawa's practice. Shirley Surya | Place, Flows, and Transformations – Bawa in Bali Meghal Perera | The Unbuilt Urban in Bawa's Galle Face Green Report Channa Daswatte | Drawing Stories Moderated by Shayari de Silva Watch this presentation on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/geoffreybawatrust
In this podcast, part of our Day of Recollection resources for the month of July, Fr. Leo Agustina reflects on fostering bright and cheerful homes so that the family can be a source of grace and a witness to the love and mercy of Christ. Access the resources for the July Day of Recollection online: https://stjosemaria.org/day-of-recollection-july-2021/. ––––– THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! If you enjoyed today's podcast, please leave a rating or review here on SoundCloud and on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/st.-j…id966458405?mt=2 Don't miss new podcasts from the St. Josemaria Institute! Subscribe at: stjosemaria.org/subscribe/
We have very special episode today! In this, episode, I sit down with long-time friend, Romyn to reflect on some of her building blocks in the community. Like previous episodes, we talk about how different community events built the foundation on UniPro San Diego. On top getting the time to speak with her, the day this goes up is actually her birthday. Make sure to send her lots of love today! Thank you again to Romyn for being a guest on this episode. And happy birthday to you! *Disclaimer: There a few technical issues that happened during this recording, most of which are audio. There was only supposed to be one mic to pick the sound, but we ended having another record most of it. You'll be hearing pretty bad audio for the first part of it*
Writer, activist and historian Rebecca Solnit's latest is Recollections of My Non-Existence, a memoir that describes being a 19-year-old in San Francisco - where she started to forge her voice as a young writer during the era of punk rock and amid an atmosphere of gender violence.
A member of my Supporting Listeners group suggested that I revisit the old Ron Paul days (the 2008 campaign in particular) for the sake of the young folks who weren't around for them and don't understand how significant they were. I've got some pretty detailed recollections here that I'm sure you'll enjoy. And since next month at the Young Americans for Liberty event I'll be on a panel commenting on the great For Liberty documentary about the 2008 campaign, the time seemed right to do this. Extraordinary things happened in those days. Enjoy.
Bob talks with Anthony about his books that chronicle the stories of Italian Immigrants in New England.Anthony Riccio grew up in an old ethnic neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut, where the constant hum of the local American Steel and Wire mill could be heard in the well-tended backyards of Italian immigrants.He returned to the ancestral villages of his grandparents while pursuing an M.A. from Syracuse University in Florence, Italy and photgraphed daily life in the rural villages of the south. Anthony later became the director of the North End Senior Citizen Center in Boston, where he conducted oral-history interviews and photgraphed elderly Italian Americans of the North End neighborhood, and wrote his first publication: "Boston's North End: Images and Recollections of an Italian-American Neighborhood" Anthony lives in Westbrook, Connecticut.http://www.anthonyriccio.com/Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for ItaliansFarms, Factories, Italian American Women Documents the rich history of Italian American working women in Connecticut.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)
Welcome back to the Bar Exam Toolbox podcast! In today's episode, we cover two more hearsay exceptions -- prior testimony and past recollection recorded. You can find more on the topic of hearsay exceptions in episodes 101, 115, and 132. In this episode, we discuss: A review of the definition of hearsay When is a declarant deemed unavailable as a witness? The rules for the prior testimony exception and the past recollection recorded exception Questions involving multiple hearsay Going through two hypos from previous California bar exams Resources: “Listen and Learn” series (https://barexamtoolbox.com/bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-archive-by-topic/bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-explaining-individual-mee-and-california-bar-essay-questions/#listen-learn) California Bar Examination, February 2012 (https://www.calbar.ca.gov/Portals/0/documents/admissions/Examinations/February2012CBXQuestions.pdf) Podcast Episode 89: Listen and Learn – What Is Hearsay? (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-89-listen-and-learn-what-is-hearsay/) Podcast Episode 101: Listen and Learn – Present Sense Impression vs. State of Mind (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-101-listen-and-learn-present-sense-impression-vs-state-of-mind/) Podcast Episode 115: Listen and Learn – Dying Declaration vs. Excited Utterance (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-115-listen-and-learn-dying-declaration-vs-excited-utterance/) Podcast Episode 132: Listen and Learn – Hearsay Exceptions: Government and Business Records (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-132-listen-and-learn-hearsay-exceptions-government-and-business-records/) Tackling MBE Hearsay Questions (https://barexamtoolbox.com/tackling-mbe-hearsay-questions/) Download the Transcript (https://barexamtoolbox.com/episode-138-listen-and-learn-hearsay-exceptions-prior-testimony-and-past-recollection-recorded/) If you enjoy the podcast, we'd love a nice review and/or rating on Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-pass-bar-exam-less-stress/id1370651486) or your favorite listening app. And feel free to reach out to us directly. You can always reach us via the contact form on the Bar Exam Toolbox website (https://barexamtoolbox.com/contact-us/). Finally, if you don't want to miss anything, you can sign up for podcast updates (https://barexamtoolbox.com/get-bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-updates/)! Thanks for listening! Alison & Lee
(Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery) Guided Meditation | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
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(Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery) Talk & Guided Meditation | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
(Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery) Talk & Guided Meditation | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
The Pitch -- Opening Set the Scene Two Great Commandments What is the whole point of your life? What is your mission and purpose? What is the most important thing for you to do? Really think about that for a minute. What is your ultimate goal on this planet as a Catholic man or woman? All of us serious Catholics want to love God and neighbor. 36 “Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law?” 37 And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. 38 This is the great and first commandment. 39 And a second is like it, You shall love your neighbor as yourself. 40 On these two commandments depend all the law and the prophets.” Matthew 22:36-40 Mitch and Sri CCSS "Together, the two love Commandments sum up the Ten Commandments, three of which delineate our responsibilities toward God and seven of which concern our duties toward others." Luke 10:25-28 25 And behold, a lawyer stood up to put him to the test, saying, “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” 26 He said to him, “What is written in the law? How do you read?” 27 And he answered, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul [being], and with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself.” 28 And he said to him, “You have answered right; do this, and you will live.” Highest obligation of every person. Romans 13:8-10 8 Owe no one anything, except to love one another; for he who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the law. 9 The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery, You shall not kill, You shall not steal, You shall not covet,” and any other commandment, are summed up in this sentence, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” 10 Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfilling of the law. The Hurdle -- a problem we're all facing. Simple, right? But it's not that simple. My Catholic Life With this statement, Jesus gives a complete summary of the moral law found in the Ten Commandments. The first three Commandments reveal that we must love God above all and with all our might. The last six Commandments reveal that we must love our neighbor. The moral law of God is as simple as fulfilling these two more general commandments. But is it all that simple? Well, the answer is both “Yes” and “No.” It's simple in the sense that God's will is not typically complex and difficult to comprehend. Love is spelled out clearly in the Gospels and we are called to embrace a radical life of true love and charity. However, it can be considered difficult in that we are not only called to love, we are called to love with all our being. We must give of ourselves completely and without reserve. This is radical and requires that we hold nothing back. And that's the kicker -- to love God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all your mind. With all of us. Think about what that means. Pablo Gadenz CCSS Luke "The idea is that the commandment to love God embraces every aspect of one's being." Every fiber of our being, every last little bit of ourselves. If we really think about this commandment -- what are the implications To love God in every internal experience -- every thought, emotion, body sensation, intention, impulse attitude, belief, assumption, every desire -- every internal phenomenological experience oriented toward loving God. That requires harmony inside. That requires interior integration for Catholics And Interior Integration for Catholics just happens to be the name of this podcast. And this whole podcast is all about helping to you to get so much closer to loving God and neighbor and yourself with your whole heart, your whole soul, your whole strength and your whole mind, with all of you -- and that is the whole mission of our online outreach Souls and Hearts at soulsandhearts.com Intro -- Welcome to Interior Integration for Catholics I'm clinical psychologist Peter Malinoski and I am here to help guide you toward loving God, neighbor and yourself in an ordered, healthy, holy way. And how do I do that? By focusing on your natural level impediments, your psychological obstacles to tolerated being loved and to loving God, neighbor and ourselves in the best ways possible That is the mission of this podcast -- it's all about your human formation and what you need on the natural level going forward in your life. John the Baptist is the patron saint of this podcast because he prepared the way for the Lord. I'm here to help you get ready by shoring up your natural foundation for the spiritual life This is Episode 72, entitled What Keeps You from Loving? Is it Really Only Your Vices? (Spoiler Alert: No!) Chess analogy -- so the two great Commandments are both simple and complex -- like chess. One Level -- Chess is a simple game -- the rules are really clear and can be learned in five minutes, and the trickiest part of the rules is castling -- rook/king switcheroo thing. Or maybe the en passant pawn capture. On another level, chess is complex -- people spend their professional lives learning to play. Grandmasters learning into old age. Love Your Neighbor as yourself We are supposed to love ourselves Command is not to love our neighbor more than ourselves Not because Jesus is lax: Mt. 5:48 You, therefore, must be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect. No one can love you in lieu of you. Doesn't make sense if you think of a person has having monolithic, homogeneous personality -- no space for relationship there. In order to love ourselves other and God, we need interior peace. Fr. Jacques Phillipe: Searching For and Maintaining Peace It is of the greatest importance that we strive to acquire an interior peace, the peace of our hearts. p. 5 The more our soul is peaceful and tranquil, the more God is reflected in it, the more His image expresses itself in us, the more His grace acts through us. p. 5 Quoting St. Seraphim of Sarov "Acquire interior peace and a multitude will find its salvation through you. p. 8 p.11 Very frequently, spiritual combat consists precisely in this: defending one's peace of heart against the enemy who attempts to steal it from us. p. 12. The first goal of spiritual combat, that toward which our efforts must above all else be directed, is not to always obtain a victory (over our temptations, our weaknesses, etc.), rather it is to learn to maintain peace of heart under all circumstances, even in the case of defeat. p. 13 The reasons why we lose our peace are always bad reasons. The reason for Catholic interested in mindfulness -- Greg Bottaro's books Recollection According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, “Recollection, as understood in respect to the spiritual life, means attention to the presence of God in the soul. It includes the withdrawal of the mind from external and earthly affairs in order to attend to God and Divine things. Consequence of a lack of interior peace -- self-absorption Starving waiter syndrome Burning castle analogy. Spiritual approaches to peace -- Fr. Jacques Phillipe -- master of this. Natural approaches to peace You can keep going on the way you are. But what about adding the dimension of interior integration on a natural level -- wouldn't that be fascinating. Interior Integration Dimensions of Understanding Others or Ourselves. 0 Dimensions -- single point in space, -- geometry, no dimensionality. Personalizing it -- you are nothing to me. He who cut me off on the freeway. Bad to me. Totally in orbit around me, no separate identity, not even really human. 1 Dimension -- line -- "Loser" to the person who cut you off on the freeway -- no depth, no dimensionality. Only one quality -- loserliness. Still very personalized. 2 Dimensions -- plane -- "Loser" or maybe a person who is having a bad day. Less personal Cardboard Cutout-- person has a shape, not well understood. 3 Dimensions -- taking into account the emotions, thoughts, body sensations, spiritual aspects, impulses, desires -- person on the way to the hospital More complete snapshot of a moment in time Person has Personality style Needs -- attachment needs and integrity needs Emotions Body sensation. Belief. Thought Intentions Desires Attitudes Impulses. Interpersonal style World view 4 Dimensions -- out of basic geometry now and into physics. The four dimension is physics assesses an object's position in time. Analogy to a person's position in time. Dynamism of the person. Can be one way in one moment and another way in another moment 5th Dimension -- Not the champagne souls band from the late 60s and early 70s with Marylin McCoo -- big Album Age of Aquarias. No new agey stuff here. dimension unseen by humans where the forces of gravity and electromagnetism unite to create a simple but graceful theory of the fundamental forces -- where electromagnetism and gravity unify --- understanding the other person in terms of self and parts -- unity and multiplicity Part of him in a real hurry -- fears his wife will be angry at him if he is late again. Self absorbed. Part of him is fiddling with the radio to distract himself from the fear. Not really about me at all. 6th Dimension -- no longer in just the natural world. Seeing him as a Child of God through the eyes of Faith, as God sees him. Requires supernatural grace Three Dimensional Chess Loving Others Wholly -- all their parts in their complexity. Understanding others Fr. Corapi Jean Vanier of the L'Arche community. Acceptance of reality. Not endorsement. Episode 66 Elements of love -- Benevolence, Capacity, and Constancy Benevolence -- bonae voluntatis in Latin, good will. Capacity Understanding the other Operating in the mode of the receiver Dependent on us understanding ourselves Mistaking what is coming from who Unconscious Capacity to choose the good -- Freedom. Well-governed self Regulated Organized Calm. compassionate Possessing virtues Constancy. Need peace and interior integration. Review of the IFS model of a person - real strength of IFS IFS person = self+parts+body Self: The core of the person, the center of the person. This is who we sense ourselves to be in our best moments, and when our self is free, and unblended with any of our parts, it governs our whole being as an active, compassionate leader. We want to be recollected, we want the self-governing all of our parts Like the conductor -- leading the musicians in an orchestra Like the captain -- leading and governing all the sailors on a ship. When we are recollected, in self, 8 C's Calm Curiosity Compassion Confidence Courage Clarity Connectedness Creativity Kindness Parts: Separate, independently operating personalities within us, each with own unique prominent needs, roles in our lives, emotions, body sensations, guiding beliefs and assumptions, typical thoughts, intentions, desires, attitudes, impulses, interpersonal style, and world view. Each part also has an image of God and also its own approach to sexuality. Robert Falconer calls them insiders. Each part has Personality style Needs -- Episode 62 Attachment needs Integrity needs Emotions Body sensation. Belief. Thought Intentions Desires Attitudes Impulses. Interpersonal style World view Often have burdens Parts have different attachment styles, different ways of connecting. Parts have a different love languages -- Five different Love Languages -- Gary Chapman. Words of affirmation Quality Time Acts of Service Gifts Physical Touch So many parts are hidden. Consider themselves or are considered by other parts to be unacceptable, unlovable, unworthy, dangerous, harmful, inappropriate, or whatever. I don't know myself when I don't know my parts. I don't know my neighbor when I don't know his or her parts. I don't love myself when I don't love my parts I don't love my neighbor when I don't love his parts. IFS turbocharging our understanding of parts, thus enabling us to love all our parts -- dark regions within us, unknown regions within us. This frees us to love others much more completely, in all their parts. Experiential Exercise --Increasing recollection, self energy, Caveats. Quiet place. 8 Cs Calm Curiosity Compassion Confidence Courage Clarity Connectedness Creativity Kindness Closing: Does this podcast really resonate with you? Does it really make sense? Do these experiential exercises Do you want to be with likeminded Catholic who are serious about not only our Catholic Faith but also human formation -- who want to learn more about loving God, loving neighbor and loving self is a psychologically-minded way, drawing from the best of our understandings of the human person from both the spiritual and the natural worlds? Resilient Catholic Community at Souls and Hearts, grew up around my podcast Integration for Catholics -- a place to do that -- registration is open each year in June and December soulsandhearts.com/rcc If you are committed to this podcast, I want you to learn about the Resilient Catholics community. Come with me, come with us -- we are pioneers together on this pilgrimage. Come with us, join us on this adventure on this hard road to life. Questions: Conversation hours -- 317.567.9594 -- email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our community is small and personal. I am looking forward to meeting you. People are surprised when I answer the phone in conversation hours. Go to soulsandhearts.com/rcc -- check out the community. We are open for the month of June or until our 80 spaces are filled -- discerning. Tune in next week -- Is Internal Family System Really Catholic? Blurb for Transistor: Dr. Peter goes right to the core of the Catholic life, our mission to love God and love neighbor and how those depend on us loving ourselves in an ordered way. He discusses seven levels with six dimensions of understanding others, ranging along a continuum of developmental maturity and closes with an experiential exercise to help you discover why you lack interior peace.
Fr. Roger J. Landry Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs, Fultonville, NY Day of Recollection for the Leonine Forum Fellows June 6, 2021 In this day of recollection, held on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, there was a talk on St. Isaac Jogues and the Eucharist, able to be listened to below. It was followed by a […] The post St. Isaac Jogues and the Eucharist, June 6, 2021 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
In this podcast, Fr. Javier del Castillo reflects on the importance of spiritual direction as we pursue the path of holiness in everyday life. Fr. Javier shares Scriptural context for the basis of spiritual direction, offers practical advice on seeking out a spiritual director, and suggests what to discuss within the context of spiritual direction. This podcast is part of our Day of Recollection resources June 2021: https://stjosemaria.org/day-of-recollection-june-2021/. ––––– Transcript: https://stjosemaria.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Spiritual-Direction-Discerning-the-Will-of-God-Transcript.pdf ––––– THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! If you enjoyed today’s podcast, please leave a rating or review here on SoundCloud and on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/st.-j…id966458405?mt=2 Don’t miss new podcasts from the St. Josemaria Institute! Subscribe at: stjosemaria.org/subscribe/