My name is Ed Latimore. I'm a best-selling author, former professional heavyweight boxer, and competitive chess player. My writing focuses on self-improvement and a practical approach to stoic philosophy. I like to tell people that I've lived four different lives and from each of these lives, I've learned something that's helped me become who I am today. In my first life, I was born and raised in the public housing projects of Pittsburgh, PA. Though I knew both my parents, I didn't live with them. I was raised solely by my mom. I have memories of my dad, but it's safe to say that I received nothing in the way of masculine guidance. Growing up poor and in public housing projects was stressful and dangerous. I fought a lot, suffered physical abuse, observed a lot of violence, and even saw someone get killed once. I survived by spending most of my free time reading and playing video games. However, I also learned how to make friends with the right people without getting drawn into activities that would put me in danger. The major lesson from my first life was “Never underestimate the power of being likeable and controlling your emotions.” The experiences here largely shaped my emotional approach to life. I believe that nothing bad comes from being likeable and nothing good comes from losing control of your emotions. This philosophy would serve me well but it was tested in my next life. In my second life, I learned just how bad my first life was. Until I was 14, I lived in the projects and I went to school with other people from the same environment. When I got to high school, I got around different people from a different type of life. It was here that I'd meet my best friends and get exposed to people whose kindness would change my life. When I graduated from high school, this was the part of my life where my problems started to show and I was almost consumed by the dark side of my personality. I became resentful at my mom for the life I had growing up. This directly led to a lot of problems I had with alcohol. I was always broke and, with the exception of my amateur boxing career, making no progress in my life. In fact, I was going backwards in many ways. My drinking and my behavior while drinking was costing me jobs and relationships. The major lesson from my second life was “No one cares what happened to you or what you've been through. No one is coming to save you.” This isn't selfish. This is just part of life. Rather than be punished by it, I chose to use it to my advantage. This brings me to the third life I lived. In my third life, I was full of a different type of anger. I was angry for all the time I wasted living a life of mediocrity. Instead of chasing respect, I chased attention. Instead of focusing on accomplishment, I focused on distraction. Instead of committing to long-term plans, I committed to short-term fixes. I looked in the mirror, admitted to myself that I was a loser who was only chasing the low-hanging fruit in life. Once I did that, I could make big changes in my life. 2013 was the year it all started. On January 4th, I enlisted in the military so I could start building employable skills and get money for college. On January 26th, I had my professional boxing debut. On June 4th, I shipped out to basic training, which got me away from alcohol for 5 months and led me to make the decision to become sober on Dec 23rd. I took my first college class in January 2014. Now I could make serious changes. It wasn't easy, but by 2018, I graduated from Duquesne University with a degree in Physics and learned how to make a 6-figure income on the internet. I wrote and self-published my first book. I went from a kid who struggled with mathematics in high school to a private tutor helping high schoolers prepare for AP physics and calculus exams. The major lesson from my third life was “The most powerful belief you can have is that given enough time, you can learn anything. Rome wasn't built in a day, but Hiroshima was wiped out in seconds.” I made small progress everyday during this 5 year period, but it paid off. I challenged myself, what I was capable of, and there were even moments I thought I wasn't going to pull it off. I failed classes, lost my first professional fight, and was even poor again. But I stayed the course, remained patient, and never even entertained the idea of giving up. Now I'm living my 4th life, and it probably won't be my last. I have a website that gets over 50k visitors per month. I have two self-published best selling books, and I've been sober since December 23rd, 2013. Now I teach people what I learned the hard way so they can live a better life themselves. The major lesson from this life I'm living now is “A limitation is only as powerful as the energy you give to it. Your dreams also follow this same law.” Ed's Website: https://edlatimore.com/ Ed's Twitter: https://twitter.com/EdLatimore Shungite from Derek Condit: https://mysticalware.ositracker.com/180504/11616 Contact the Podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at https://13questionspodcast.com/ Discord: https://discord.gg/Dwn6GHW Telegram: https://t.me/ThirteenQuestions Gab: https://gab.com/13Questions Gratitude Jingle by Sir Felix https://sirfelix.bandcamp.com/music Closing Music by Supaman - Why https://supamanhiphop.com/
NEUROMOVEMENT THERAPY: Anat Baniel and NeuroMovement® (ABMN®)Anat Baniel, a student of Moshe Feldenkrais, developed and evolved NeuroMovement® from 30+ years of experience with thousands of clients using practical applications of brain plasticity principles. The Anat Baniel Method® approach is founded in neuroscience and the biodynamics of the human body, and utilizes movement and the 9 Essentials to create conditions for the brain to wake up and upgrade its own functioning.Read more about the Nine Essentials:https://www.anatbanielmethod.com/about/neuromovement/neuromovement-and-9-essentials THE PODCASTING WORKSHOP WITH SETH GODIN: how I learned to podcast!https://akimbo.com/thepodcastingworkshop
Vol 215, Issue 8: 18 October 2021. Dr Melanie Keep is a Senior Lecturer in Cyberpsychology and eHealth at the University of Sydney. She talks about her own experience of miscarriage and how things can be done to improve the resourcing of post-miscarriage care for both doctors and patients. With MJA news and online editor Cate Swannell. This accompanies Dr Keep's Reflection available at https://www.mja.com.au/journal/2021/215/8/silence-around-miscarriage-hurts-health-care-and-bereaved-parents ... see also PinkElephants Support Network at https://www.pinkelephants.org.au/ ... SANDS at https://www.sands.org.au/ ... and an article by Dr Jade Bilardi at https://theconversation.com/the-dos-and-donts-of-supporting-women-after-a-miscarriage-98163
THE PODCASTING WORKSHOP WITH SETH GODIN: how I learned to podcast!https://akimbo.com/thepodcastingworkshopNEUROMOVEMENT THERAPY: Anat Baniel and NeuroMovement® (ABMN®)Anat Baniel, a student of Moshe Feldenkrais, developed and evolved NeuroMovement® from 30+ years of experience with thousands of clients using practical applications of brain plasticity principles. The Anat Baniel Method® approach is founded in neuroscience and the biodynamics of the human body, and utilizes movement and the 9 Essentials to create conditions for the brain to wake up and upgrade its own functioning.Read more about the Nine Essentials:https://www.anatbanielmethod.com/about/neuromovement/neuromovement-and-9-essentials
Day 4 Reflection by Saint John Paul II: “Faith is strengthened when it is given to others! It is in commitment to the Church's universal mission that the new evangelization of Christian peoples will find inspiration and support.” Prayer for the Intercession of St. John Paul II O Blessed Trinity, we thank you for having ... Read more The post Day 4 A Novena to St. John Paul II – Discerning Hearts Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.
Many people enjoy excellent health while others do not. Some experience great physical discomfort in life due to infirmity or old age. Though many look for ways to alleviate this physical discomfort, it must be said that these pains offer an opportunity for grace. First, much grace is won in the life of the person suffering when that suffering is freely embraced. Grace can also be won for the lives of others when physical suffering is offered as a prayer for their good. The way this grace is won is not so much by the suffering itself; rather, it is won through the free choice to embrace that suffering as a sacrifice. This denial of one's own will becomes an open door to the storehouse of Mercy in Heaven. God smiles upon these physical sacrifices and especially upon the free choice of their embrace. Do not hesitate to allow your physical pains and discomfort to be turned into the Mercy of God for you and for others (See Diary #1428).Do you have physical pain or discomfort in your life? If so, it is normal to look for ways to alleviate it. But reflect upon this deep spiritual truth that your suffering can be transformed into grace. If you doubt this, just look at the Cross. The physical pain our Lord endured may not have matched His interior suffering, but it was part of His perfect Will to offer His physical pain to the Father for the redemption of the world. Do not doubt the value of your free embrace of every pain and discomfort. Give it to God and you will be blessed as others are blessed through this offering.Lord, I do offer to You, this day, all the pain and discomfort I feel now and will feel in the future. Help me to embrace this suffering with a free embrace. I choose it, dear Lord, and make it my offering to You so that You can transform it into Your Mercy. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Reflecting over the last year and everything that I've learned being in Medical Device Sales. I'm so excited to bring you this episode because I've been able to learn so much over the past year Guide For Breaking into Medical Device Sales Ebook: https://newtomedicaldevicesales.squarespace.com/ New To Medical Device Sales: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/new-to-medical-device-sales/id1522512043 Website: https://www.newtomedicaldevicesales.com New to Medical Device Sales Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/newtomedicaldevicesales/ Jacob McLaughlin Fitness Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jm_fitness1/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacob-mclaughlin25/support
What is HDR?Are there any clear examples of HDR vs SDR?How is the DTSX sound?All great questions. DJ does a deep dive into Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho from 1960 in 4K and has some answers to all of that and more! Push play and to hear about one of the finest movies ever made. PODCAST Time StampsPsycho 4K Review - 1:59Scene Reviews- 6:24To Help Support the Podcast you can sign up for a Monthly Donation HERE to become a Patreon Member
When you look at the desire in your heart, what stands out the most? Certainly there are many things that draw you. Many worldly rewards and pleasures can easily occupy your longings. A desire for physical pleasure, money and worldly success are among the strongest desires for many. The single desire you should have is a desire to Love God. From that desire you will also love others and you will find that your love of God is fulfilled by a deep longing to bring other souls to God's Mercy. Do you desire this? Do you long to help others experience the tender Heart of our Lord, to know His compassion and to experience His Mercy? If you have completely given yourself to the love of God then God will accept you and send you forth as His missionary of Mercy, searching for souls who are hungry for His love. Allow yourself to be consumed with this passion and the Lord will use you in marvelous ways (See Diary #1426).Reflect upon the desires of your heart this day. Do not be afraid to admit to what is there. Whatever you see you must confront and place in the hands of God. His Mercy must become a consuming fire in your soul, burning away all that is not of Him. When this happens, you will find a new desire placed in your heart by God. It will be a desire for the salvation of many souls. Let yourself receive this desire from our Lord and allow this desire to direct you in the Lord's work of Divine Mercy.Lord, I burn with a desire for many things. Most of them I must humbly admit are not from You. Please purify my heart, dear Lord, and make me holy. Help me to love You with a perfect passion and from that love may I have a great desire for the souls of others. I love You, dear Lord, please increase that love. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
When we aren't feeling our best, it can be hard to know what coping mechanism to reach for. Having a plan in advance is like preparing for a hurricane. You can stock your mental health toolkit with a list of healthy coping mechanisms, to reduce the chance that you will default to an unhealthy one. In episode 103, Steph and Beth share what's in their healthy toolkit and why. As part of the Questions for Reflection at the end of the episode, they invite you to build your own toolkit so you'll have it handy when you need it most.Full transcript and show notes here: https://bit.ly/dospod103Voicemail & text: (850) 270-3308Stephanie Kostopoulos : https://www.stephaniekostopoulos.com/Beth Demme: http://bethdemme.com/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dospod)
Sophie Jaffe hosts this week's Recovery episode by reflecting on how her and Dr. Jaffe's relationship has faltered and prospered through time and what it took from both sides to be united in radical transparency. ⚡️ Mentioned in the episode: https://www.igntd.com
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Episode seven is just about reflection....taking a moment to acknowledge the strength and transparency shown during the Not Easily Broken Series on Domestic Violence AND bringing ya'll up to date on this journey because babyyyyyy it ain't been easy! My daughter continues to teach me about growth and I continue to push through adversity. Enjoy!
If you are given the glorious gift of a deep faith, many will see this and rejoice in it. But it may be the occasion for some to have jealousy. This is a sad and painful experience. Know that the jealousy of another is not caused by you or by your faith, it is caused by their sin. Therefore, if you experience the jealousy or ridicule of another stemming from their jealousy, do not be alarmed. Certainly it is appropriate to feel holy sorrow over their action, but that sorrow must not turn into a wound. Instead, pay no attention to the mistreatment of another other than this holy sorrow that leads to silent surrender to God. Pray for this person and have great hope that their sin will be realized by them and that they will repent. Your hope, your silent suffering, and your holy sorrow will become an act of Mercy to them allowing them to see the effects of their sin (See Diary #1422).Accepting the darts of another's sins can be difficult. Reflect upon how you react when one of these arrows is sent your way. Though it is easy to react with vengeance, your mistreatment by another offers you an opportunity for much grace. Mercy, silence and holy sorrow provide you with the tools you need to help bring conversion to those who mistreat you. This is difficult to do and can only be done when you have fully surrendered to the Mercy of God. God loves you and He loves every sinner with a burning love. Reflect upon that love God has for those who have hurt you and reflect upon the fact that you are in a unique situation to help them experience God's love. Do not shy away from this duty and the Lord will bless you more than you could ever imagine.Lord, I pray that Your Mercy floods my heart, especially for those who have hurt me. May I love them with Your Heart and become a source of grace in their lives. I love You, dear Lord. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Christian's back from her Odyssey, we get an update about her trip, the things she learned about. We get a look at how Christian has learned about giving people rest time, including herself. We talk about self-care, then dive into Christian's great uncle's journey with the 334th Infantry.
Homily for Luke 11:42-46 The Lord said: “Woe to you Pharisees! You pay tithes of mint and of rue and of every garden herb, but you pay no attention to judgment and to love for God. These you should have done, without overlooking the others. Woe to you Pharisees! You love the seat of honor in synagogues and greetings in marketplaces. Woe to you! You are like unseen graves over which people unknowingly walk.” Then one of the scholars of the law said to him in reply, “Teacher, by saying this you are insulting us too.” And he said, “Woe also to you scholars of the law! You impose on people burdens hard to carry, but you yourselves do not lift one finger to touch them.” If you would like to receive these reflections to your email, sign up: usml.edu/rector-reflections/ Support the Seminary Submit Prayer Intentions Thank you for subscribing to Formation! Please spread the word to your family, friends and parish community about this podcast. Please rate and review this podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts so that others can discover it more easily. Together with you in Christ, we are Mundelein. We form parish priests.
“Ignominy” could mean public shame, disgrace, humiliation and embarrassment. But it takes on special meaning when applied to Jesus. The “cloak of ignominy” refers to the public humiliation that Jesus endured as a result of His Cross. He was condemned as a sinner and liar. He was charged with deceiving the people and attempting to undermine the civil authorities. He was the object of extreme hate and ultimate persecution by the religious leaders of His day. This was a brutal blow. If Jesus would have had the sin of pride He would clearly not have been able to endure their scorn and mistreatment. He would have brought forth a myriad of angels to destroy His persecutors. But He didn't. Instead, He endured every humiliation with confidence and integrity. The sufferings Jesus endured never evoked in Him even a single feeling of hatred or revenge. In fact, from the Cross itself He cried out, “Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.” This powerful witness must influence you and strengthen you to pay no attention whatsoever to the false judgment of others. God has no concern about false judgments and the public humiliation that these judgments impose. Embracing the “cloak of ignominy” means you ultimately allow every worldly humiliation to dissipate before the Mercy and truth of God (See Diary 1418).Reflect upon this struggle within you. It requires great humility to ignore false opinions. Seek to embrace that humility and allow the truth to make you free. Jesus' “cloak” must cover you since it is ultimately a cloak of His grace and Mercy.Lord, I take upon myself Your cloak of ignominy. I wear it with confidence and trust. Help my only care to be Your truth and to shed all other opinions that are contrary. My happiness rests in You alone, dear Lord, and all my hope is in You. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Day 1 Reflection by Saint John Paul II: “It is Jesus in fact that you seek when you dream of happiness; he is waiting for you when nothing else you find satisfies you; he is the beauty to which you are so attracted . . .” Prayer for the Intercession of St. John Paul II ... Read more The post A Novena to St. John Paul II Day 1 – Discerning Hearts Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.
EP92: REFLECTION: A Conversation on Hispanic Heritage Month, National Coming Out Day, Indigenous Peoples Day, & The Great Resignation Hello Chit Chatters! Welcome to another episode of Coaching for Millennials. In this episode I am sharing with you some thoughts and observation on recent events taking place this past week and sharing updates on information relevant to the Great Resignation that we are experiencing in our workforce. If you're listening to this episode, you know I shared a lot of information. I also asked you as listeners to share your POV and opinions with me. I really want to hear from YOU! Drop me an email, DM or a voice note! My email is email@example.com DM on FB & Insta: @josemiguellongo Leave a voice note on all platforms! If you are ready to jump on a discovery call and are looking for clarity in your life, career and all the things, here is my calendly link: https://calendly.com/josemiguel-longo/free-30-minute-discovery-call I am giving you 30 minutes FREE! If this session brought you value today and if it impacted your life, please share it with someone who needs it. And it would mean the world to me if you would leave me a review! I read every single one of them and give shouts on the show too! XO! #HispanicHertigageMonth #IndigenousPeopleDay #NationalComingOutDay #GreatResignation #Gay #LGBTQ #Latino #Hispanic #Career #Life #Culture
The Morning Scroll is your weekly, bite-sized parsha study with Rabbi Deena Cowans. We're on Season 2 of The Morning Scroll - cycling back through the Torah but this time with new insight and a blessing to end the episode!This week, we read Parashat Noah. Check out upcoming Shabbat services and programs here. Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook. And be sure to like and subscribe to our podcast for updates on new episodes!Want more torah? Check out Shabbat Replay on Contact Chai with Rabbi Lizzi.Produced by Mishkan Chicago. Music composed, produced, and recorded by Kalman Strauss.
Imagine the parent who loves a child with burning love. They are committed in every way to the care and well-being of their child. Their love is steady and irrevocable from the time of birth on into adulthood. Now imagine the pain in this parent's heart if at some point their child walks out on them and fully rejects their love. This loving parent will not give up but will think about their child day and night, aching inside with love, hoping to be able to receive their child back. This is but a faint image of the love of the Heart of Jesus. As a “faint image,” we must realize that when we reject the love of our Lord, the wound of love in His Heart produces the deepest suffering. But this is a suffering of love. And instead of this wound of love causing Him to reject us, it does the opposite. The more we turn from God, the deeper His wound of love, and the deeper His wound of love, the more He pours out His Mercy upon us. Never doubt for a single moment the irrevocable love God has for you. Believing in this love will give you courage to always return to our Lord (See Diary #1447).Reflect upon the love that your parent has for you. No, it may not be perfect, and some may have experienced great hurt from a parent, but try to imagine what it would be like to have a parent who loves you with an unconditional love. The knowledge of this love would become a constant invitation to let them into your life. Reflect also on this being a faint image of the love of God for you. Do not doubt this love. Turn to it and trust in this irrevocable love of our merciful Lord.Lord, help me to understand Your irrevocable love. And as I understand this love, give me courage to never turn from You, but when I do, give me courage to always return to You. Your love is perfect and constant. It never fails and never gives up. Thank You, dear Lord, for loving me to this perfect degree. Help me to love You in return. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/29hNwWcfbd In the 1980's, Ritch Shydner made numerous appearances on TV, including “Late Night with David Letterman” and “The Tonight Show” with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno. He also did an HBO half-hour special, “One Night Stand.” He played Al Bundy's coworker on “Married with Children”, and made guest appearances on many other TV shows, such as “Designing Women” and “Roseanne.” Ritch was able to translate his modest success on TV into an obscure film career, appearing in Steve Martin's, 'Roxanne,', and Eddie Murphy's Beverly Hills Cop II,; before moving on to minor roles on smaller pictures. He wrote for sitcoms such as 'Roseanne', 'The Jeff Foxworthy Show', and HBO's “TheMind of the Married Man.” Ritch wrote material for Jeff Foxworthy's Grammy nominated comedy albums, “Totally Committed,” and “Big Fun.” He also wrote for Ron White and Jay Leno. In 2006 he was co-author of a book on stand-up, “I Killed”. In 2010 Ritch produced and performed in an award-winning documentary on the world of stand-up comedy, “I Am Comic.” In 2016 he wrote a movie adaptation for HBO of Bill Maher book, 'True Story' In 2017 his book,'Kicking Through the Ashes - My Life as a Stand-up in the 1980's Comedy Boom” was published. Ritch is currently performing, “America's Reflection in the Funhouse Mirror, A History of Stand-up Comedy,” to small, masked, socially distanced audiences. Ritch continues to work hard at avoiding work. He has given up any dreams of stardom for the satisfaction of not being an aging Uber Driver. http://www.ritchshydner.com/
On LGHL's Play Like a Girl podcast, Meredith Hein and Megan Husslein talk everything from Ohio State football to all the happenings in the sports world today. Welcome back! In this week's edition of the Play Like a Girl podcast, Megan and Meredith reset and refresh during this bye week, and take time to reflect on what's been a tale of two seasons the first half of the year. With the defense coming together, freshman CJ Stroud looking more and more like one of the best quarterbacks in the nation and fellow frosh TreVeyon Henderson repeatedly breaking the century mark, the pair is definitely getting 2014 vibes. Because Ohio State is certainly back in the College Football Playoff conversation — especially with the wild weekend of college football we just had (down with Bama!). Of course, the football season is a marathon, not a sprint, and there's another half of the regular season to go. Speaking of marathons, the Chicago Marathon and Boston Marathon happened this past Sunday and Monday, so kudos to the thousands of runners who finished (including Shalane Flanagan, who ran both!). Contact Megan Husslein Twitter: @meganhusslein Contact Meredith Hein Twitter: @MeredithHein Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Closing out the week, Jake and Josh watching "Reflection Pt.2"! There's some great stuff and some dumb stuff and enough tangents that I could have named this episode something related to thatPatreon: patreon.com/heyjakeandjoshWebsite: MorphinGrid.tumblr.comArchive: heyjakeandjosh.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @morphingrid
You know the risk.The Author: https://creepypasta.fandom.com/wiki/User:BishopStormVideo!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok2FkJA3jSsRead along!: https://creepypasta.fandom.com/wiki/Dark_Reflection_RitualCheck out my new books! A collection of Creepypasta compiled by some of my all time favorite authors and friends!
In this conversation with Trish Bertuzzi, CEO of The Bridge Group, and Author of the Sales Development Playbook, we focus on the importance of developing and building a professional legacy, and how to stay in the present. Trish is a woman who is focused on the present: with a passion for what she does, and leading with gratitude. This is a woman who loves what she does, every day!Join us in this incredible conversation next!I'm your host for What Is Your Legacy podcast, Galem Girmay.Thank you for taking the time to listen, and if you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love to see your rating and review on Apple.
After a brief vacation, our hosts Anomoly and emallson are back with another episode of the podcast---and just in time to cover some big changes to the Venthyr covenant for monks. We also talk through the WoW Classic Season of Mastery announcement, along with some updates to Legion Timewalking M+ and the new Mage Tower achievements. This week's show is not yet available on YouTube as the export system is down (I think its related to the breach?) Regardless, you can catch the show live at 1:30pm Eastern Time on Sundays over at https://twitch.tv/emallson. Timestamps 00:00 Introduction & Progression Recap 06:32 Venthyr Covenant Updates! 17:03 Painsmith Bugfixes 19:50 Legion Timewalking Updates: Azerite in Mythic+ & Mage Tower Achievements 37:09 BDGG's Reflection on Becoming a World-First Contender 43:07 WoW Classic: Season of Mastery 01:06:31 New World Music: Skye Cuillin by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4371-skye-cuillin License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Jack and Namish go into how their first semester has gone thus far. With midterms coming up, the boys discuss what they've learned about how to balance their schedule, being intentional about who they spend their time with, and general advice to other freshmen in college.
Isaiah 21 Sermon Notes:1) The Watchman's Conflict, 1-10 2) The Watchman's Call, 11-12 3) The Watchman's Cautionary Tale, 13-17 Reflection questions:1. How must Isaiah have felt about the people who were the object of his bad news (the oracle of Bablyon's destruction?) Read Is 21:2-4. 2. Compare Is 21:3-4 with Jesus's words in Luke 19:41-44. For whom does Jesus lament? What is He doing and where is He going as He says those words? (See Luke 19:41; 19:28; 19:11; 18:31-34.) 3. God warns foreign nations in this passage of coming judgment. Where should we turn to be shielded from God's judgment? Read Psalm 2:9-12 and reflect upon this comment from Derek Kidner: “There is no refuge from him, only in him.” (IVP Commentaries, vol 14a: Psalms 1-72)
Kirt & Mr. Sal discuss Season 1 Episode 6 of Netflix Russian Doll in which Bea's gluten free crackers are dynamite. ~~~ Relevant Links ~~~ Ratings Conversion Chart: https://showhopperspodcast.podbean.com/p/scale-conversaion/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShowHoppers Contact Us: email@example.com
Reflection 285: Deception as an “Angel of Light”The evil one hates you with a profound hate. And the closer you draw to God, fulfilling His Divine Will, the more he will seek to attack you. Do not fear the bark of this little dog. One of the most common ways the evil one attempts to deceive you is by presenting himself as an angel of light. He does this by using his natural angelic powers of influence, speaking lies that have a faint resemblance to the truth. He rarely speaks outright with obvious lies since he knows we would immediately identify him as the source. Instead, he seeks to manipulate the truth and lead you into confusion, tempting you to doubt the truths that God has spoken and to doubt the holy Will of God. He may subtly remind you of your past sins and weaknesses while trying to mask the infinite Mercy of God which eliminates those sins and manifests its power through your weakness. He may tempt you to discouragement and despair, removing from your heart the hope you have been given in Christ Jesus. He may tempt you to anger and resentment leading you to believe that you are justified in holding on to these feelings. Whatever the case may be, the evil one is a slippery liar and you must overcome his deceit by turning constantly to the truth of the Mercy of God (See Diary #1405).Reflect upon the subtle lies that you have allowed yourself to believe. Whatever they are, you will know them by their fruits: sadness, anger, hurt, confusion and the like. Identify these and dismiss them through prayer. Allow the Mercy of the Lord's Truth to permeate your soul and set you free.Lord, help me to know the truth and to be set free through this knowledge. Please protect me from the subtle lies and deceptions of the evil one. I rebuke him in Your holy Name and entrust myself to Your protecting Hand. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Michael and Mark are back with another bonus episode of the season...In this episode, we talk about the most effective methods to get you "out" of the business and how to use your time off to restructure your process in order to find motivation and improve your leadership. In this episode, Mark, Pete, and Michael talk about: Reflection time Business leadership Journaling Interested in working with BFU? Learn more below: businessforunicorns.com/business-coaching businessforunicorns.com/unicorn-society
Unless you were living under a rock last week, you'll have noticed that Facebook had a serious 6-hour outage. What might this thought-provoking event mean for ecommerce sellers? You'll Learn: How warren buffett's famous quote applies to what we discover when a chanel goes downA Why “farming someone else's land” is a risk Whether your business is “Tiger proof” The other risks outside marketing and sales channels to your business The dangers of “feature failure” on a marketing platform Why you need to own your own customer and prospect lists
The most empowering term in the world: yes. Too often we fail to allow others to take the risks they need to take in order to find success. Take a listen as we break down the real difference in life between yes & no. List one thing you need to say yes to. Describe a yes with conditions opportunity you are facing. Reflect on the times you've said yes and it's worked.
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Jared Murphy's "It's Not Aliens, Worse, It's Us: Discovering Our Lost History" contains amazing new insights about our ancient history and our lost ancient advanced ancestors. Jared has been speaking about ancient advanced engineered soil found all over the earth and the very structures of ancient polygonal buildings and a never before researched aspect of the frequency technologies to build these amazing structures. Jared does field work, including a month last year with Michael Tellinger discovering new ruins in South Africa, Jared is planning new archaeological work at America's Stonehenge, South America and the Grand Canyon. Jared's Work is getting a lot of attention on Engineered soil, bioengineered ancient advanced humans that may appear alien now but are in fact survivors of many ancient catastrophes. Jared hosts a show on www.notaliens.com and on his Rokfin channel, Co-host Conflict Radio Network on Youtube with 54,000 subscribers, appears monthly on Spaced Out Radio, Forbidden Knowledge News, Freeman.tv, The Cosmic Salon, Dark Hour Paranormal, Everything Imaginable, 3beards, many more and has been on Coast to Coast, Richard Hoagland's After Midnight and many more. Jared reaches with over 290,000 subscribers on the regular channel appearances and has 45-60.000 downloads monthly and on network shows like Spaced Out Radio and Night Dreams Talk Radio, Richard Syrett's Radio shows, Jared reaches over a million on syndicated radio. Rokfin: https://rokfin.com/NotAliens YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCehpKxBWeSJ4qbA7fFh8-Gg Jared's Website: www.notaliens.com Shungite from Derek Condit: https://mysticalware.ositracker.com/180504/11616 Contact the Podcast at email@example.com Support us at https://13questionspodcast.com/ Discord: https://discord.gg/Dwn6GHW Telegram: https://t.me/ThirteenQuestions Gab: https://gab.com/13Questions Gratitude Jingle by Sir Felix https://sirfelix.bandcamp.com/music Closing Music by Supaman - Why https://supamanhiphop.com/
In this short anniversary episode, Muse Mentors host Karen Kevra looks back on a year with a podcast, and a year without concerts. She previews an upcoming concert by Boston's Borromeo Quartet and discusses Beethoven's transcendent Op. 132 A minor string quartet with Nicholas Kitchen, the first violinist of the Borromeo quartet.Credits:Kuhlau, Fantaisie in D major, Adagio - Karen Kevra-fluteBig Yellow Taxi - Joni MitchellBeethoven, Hymn Of Thanksgiving (String Quartet Op. 132, Movement III) - Borromeo Quartet - Nicholas Kitchen, Violin; Kristopher Tong, Violin; Mai Motobuchi, Viola; Yeesun Kim, Cello)Beethoven party hat image: Sharon Su Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42335511)
Today on The Morphin Grid, Jake and Josh watch "Reflection Pt.1," which is a Sky centric episode interrupted by a very long fight scene. They also talk about Power Rangers' official Youtube, tap lights, and The Glee Project.Patreon: patreon.com/heyjakeandjoshWebsite: MorphinGrid.tumblr.comArchive: heyjakeandjosh.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @morphingrid