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Smart Muslima
Smart Teenage Muslimah, Interview With The Niqabi Diaries

Smart Muslima

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2023 56:53


I had the pleasure of speaking to Samar from The Niqabi Diaries Podcast here's the link for her Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIuu5B-rugg&t=17s. Buy Smart Teenage Muslimah here https://amzn.to/3D5FtUh Have you subscribed? It only takes a minute. Never miss an episode again! Love and duas Farhat --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/farhatamin/message

Evangelio del día y su meditación
Evangelio del Domingo 12 de Marzo. Juan 4,5-42

Evangelio del día y su meditación

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2023 6:33


Jn 4,5-42. Jesús llegó a una ciudad de Samaría llamada Sicar, cerca de las tierras que Jacob había dado a su hijo José. Allí se encuentra el pozo de Jacob. Jesús, fatigado del camino, se había sentado junto al pozo. Era la hora del mediodía. Una mujer de Samaría fue a sacar agua, y Jesús le dijo: "Dame de beber". Sus discípulos habían ido a la ciudad a comprar alimentos. La samaritana le respondió: "¡Cómo! ¿Tú, que eres judío, me pides de beber a mí, que soy samaritana?". Los judíos, en efecto, no se trataban con los samaritanos. Jesús le respondió: "Si conocieras el don de Dios y quién es el que te dice: 'Dame de beber', tú misma se lo hubieras pedido, y él te habría dado agua viva". "Señor, le dijo ella, no tienes nada para sacar el agua y el pozo es profundo. ¿De dónde sacas esa agua viva? ¿Eres acaso más grande que nuestro padre Jacob, que nos ha dado este pozo, donde él bebió, lo mismo que sus hijos y sus animales?". Jesús le respondió: "El que beba de esta agua tendrá nuevamente sed, pero el que beba del agua que yo le daré, nunca más volverá a tener sed. El agua que yo le daré se convertirá en él en manantial que brotará hasta la Vida eterna". "Señor, le dijo la mujer, dame de esa agua para que no tenga más sed y no necesite venir hasta aquí a sacarla". Jesús le respondió: "Ve, llama a tu marido y vuelve aquí". La mujer respondió: "No tengo marido". Jesús continuó: "Tienes razón al decir que no tienes marido, porque has tenido cinco y el que ahora tienes no es tu marido; en eso has dicho la verdad". La mujer le dijo: "Señor, veo que eres un profeta. Nuestros padres adoraron en esta montaña, y ustedes dicen que es en Jerusalén donde se debe adorar". Jesús le respondió: "Créeme, mujer, llega la hora en que ni en esta montaña ni en Jerusalén se adorará al Padre. Ustedes adoran lo que no conocen; nosotros adoramos lo que conocemos, porque la salvación viene de los judíos. Pero la hora se acerca, y ya ha llegado, en que los verdaderos adoradores adorarán al Padre en espíritu y en verdad, porque esos son los adoradores que quiere el Padre. Dios es espíritu, y los que lo adoran deben hacerlo en espíritu y en verdad". La mujer le dijo: "Yo sé que el Mesías, llamado Cristo, debe venir. Cuando él venga, nos anunciará todo". Jesús le respondió: "Soy yo, el que habla contigo". En ese momento llegaron sus discípulos y quedaron sorprendidos al verlo hablar con una mujer. Sin embargo, ninguno le preguntó: "¿Qué quieres de ella?" o "¿Por qué hablas con ella?". La mujer, dejando allí su cántaro, corrió a la ciudad y dijo a la gente: "Vengan a ver a un hombre que me ha dicho todo lo que hice. ¿No será el Mesías?". Salieron entonces de la ciudad y fueron a su encuentro. Mientras tanto, los discípulos le insistían a Jesús, diciendo: "Come, Maestro". Pero él les dijo: "Yo tengo para comer un alimento que ustedes no conocen". Los discípulos se preguntaban entre sí: "¿Alguien le habrá traído de comer?". Jesús les respondió: "Mi comida es hacer la voluntad de aquel que me envió y llevar a cabo su obra. Ustedes dicen que aún faltan cuatro meses para la cosecha. Pero yo les digo: Levanten los ojos y miren los campos: ya están madurando para la siega. Ya el segador recibe su salario y recoge el grano para la Vida eterna; así el que siembra y el que cosecha comparten una misma alegría. Porque en esto se cumple el proverbio: 'no siembra y otro cosecha' Yo los envié a cosechar adonde ustedes no han trabajado; otros han trabajado, y ustedes recogen el fruto de sus esfuerzos". Muchos samaritanos de esta ciudad habían creído en él por la palabra de la mujer, que atestiguaba: "Me ha dicho todo lo que hice". Por eso, cuando los samaritanos se acercaron a Jesús, le rogaban que se quedara con ellos, y él permaneció allí dos días. Muchos más creyeron en él, a causa de su palabra. Y decían a la mujer: "Ya no creemos por lo que tú has dicho; nosotros mismos lo hemos oído y sabemos que él es verdaderamente el Salvador del mundo".

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar
Juan 4, 5-15. 19b-26. 39a. 40-42 - III Domingo de Cuaresma (A)

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2023 8:36


+ Evangelio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo según san Juan 4, 5-15. 19b-26. 39a. 40-42     Jesús llegó a una ciudad de Samaría llamada Sicar, cerca de las tierras que Jacob había dado a su hijo José. Allí se encuentra el pozo de Jacob. Jesús, fatigado del camino, se había sentado junto al pozo. Era la hora del mediodía.     Una mujer de Samaría fue a sacar agua, y Jesús le dijo: «Dame de beber».     Sus discípulos habían ido a la ciudad a comprar alimentos.     La samaritana le respondió: « ¡Cómo! ¿Tú, que eres judío, me pides de beber a mí, que soy samaritana?». Los judíos, en efecto, no se trataban con los samaritanos.     Jesús le respondió:     «Si conocieras el don de Dios     y quién es el que te dice:     "Dame de beber",     tú misma se lo hubieras pedido,     y Él te habría dado agua viva».     «Señor, le dijo ella, no tienes nada para sacar el agua y el pozo es profundo. ¿De dónde sacas esa agua viva? ¿Eres acaso más grande que nuestro padre Jacob, que nos ha dado este pozo, donde él bebió, lo mismo que sus hijos y sus animales?».     Jesús le respondió:     «El que beba de esta agua tendrá nuevamente sed, pero el que beba del agua que Yo le daré, nunca más volverá a tener sed.     El agua que Yo le daré se convertirá en él en manantial que brotará hasta la Vida eterna».     «Señor, le dijo la mujer, dame de esa agua para que no tenga más sed y no necesite venir hasta aquí a sacarla». «Señor, veo que eres un profeta. Nuestros padres adoraron en esta montaña, y ustedes dicen que es en Jerusalén donde se debe adorar».     Jesús le respondió:     «Créeme, mujer, llega la hora en que ni en esta montaña ni en Jerusalén ustedes adorarán al Padre.     Ustedes adoran lo que no conocen;     nosotros adoramos lo que conocemos, porque la salvación viene de los judíos.     Pero la hora se acerca, y ya ha llegado, en que los verdaderos adoradores adorarán al Padre en espíritu y en verdad, porque esos son los adoradores que quiere el Padre.     Dios es espíritu, y los que lo adoran deben hacerlo en espíritu y en verdad».     La mujer le dijo: «Yo sé que el Mesías, llamado Cristo, debe venir. Cuando él venga, nos anunciará todo». Jesús le respondió: «Soy yo, el que habla contigo».     Muchos samaritanos de esta ciudad habían creído en Él. Por eso, cuando los samaritanos se acercaron a Jesús, le rogaban que se quedara con ellos, y Él permaneció allí dos días. Muchos más creyeron en Él, a causa de su palabra. Y decían a la mujer: «Ya no creemos por lo que tú has dicho; nosotros mismos lo hemos oído y sabemos que Él es verdaderamente el Salvador del mundo». Palabra del Señor.

Babaylan Bruha Book Club Podcast
045: 1521 REDISCOVERING THE HISTORY OF THE PHILIPPINES - Chap. 11, “Gold, God & Glory” / Chap. 12, “1565”

Babaylan Bruha Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 48:21


We have a two for one today, covering not one but TWO chapters! Chapter 11 was a great segue into setting up the next part of “How the Philippines was Conquered by conquistadors”. Entitled: Gold, God, & Glory, Ate Judy puts together a timeline of 1519 to 1564 where it continues on the narrative of when Spanish captain, Hernan Cortes, claimed Nueva Espana, or Mexico, for Spain. Spain continued its quest to send expeditioners to the Spice Islands after Magellan's voyage. According to historians Nicholas Cushner, Charles Mann, and John Leddy Phalan - the true nature of man desiring gold and glory in the name of their God was inspired by knowing the price of spice, such as pepper, was a hot commodity. Chapter 12 is all about the year 1565, where Legazpi makes his journey to Samar in the Visayas, to Manicani Island, Babalian, Limasawa or Massua, Butuan, to Mindanao, and finally to Mactan in Cebu on April 27 of 1565. Along the way he is and is not received by Filipinos. After years of mistrust and betrayal, it was confirmed by a captured chief during a conflict– that the Portuguese put a stain on Filipinos receiving any foreigners to their shore lands. Follow us on Instagram: Podcast - @babaylanbruhabookclub Stephanie - @st3ph.inrising Imee - @themayarimoon Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJpjbGCP5WwlB2vPmaQUWjA End music written, produced and recorded by Dayana Capulong. (C) Dayana Capulong, 2022 ____________________________________________________ Time Stamps: Grounding Prayer & Opening @ 1:07 Bruha Tings! @ 3:22 BROWN GIRL CLIFF NOTES / Chapter Overview @ 10:38 Vocabulary Words Chap. 11 @ 16:21 Quotes Chap. 11 @ 22:19 Vocabulary Words Chap. 12 @ 29:30 Quotes Chap. 12 @ 36:31 Closing Prayer @ 47:03

Radio HM
Compartiendo a Jesucristo: Jesús llamó a los apóstoles

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 4:40


«No vayáis a tierra de paganos ni entréis en las ciudades de Samaría, sino id a las ovejas descarriadas de Israel».

Le Collimateur
[Rétro-Collimateur] Arctique : fonte des glaces, montée des convoitises

Le Collimateur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 78:20


[Rediffusion du 4 février 2020] Le Collimateur reçoit cette semaine Mikaa Mered, professeur de géopolitique à l'Institut libre d'études des relations internationales (ILERI), et auteur des Mondes polaires (PUF, 2019) afin de discuter de l'évolution de la géopolitique de l'Arctique à la lumière de l'évolution climatique. Avec Alexandre Jubelin, il brosse d'abord un tour d'horizon des principaux enjeux émergents dans un contexte de fonte des glaces arctiques (2:00), avant de revenir sur la longue histoire de l'Arctique en tant qu'objet de convoitise et enjeu stratégique militaire (12:00). Ils envisagent ensuite les différentes ressources qui deviennent accessibles dans la zone arctique, en termes d'hydrocarbures, d'uranium ou de terres rares (30:00) et le développement de la navigation qui pourrait suivre (43:00), ce qui développe notamment les convoitises chinoises sur la région (49:00). M. Mered analyse ensuite les récentes démarches des Etats-Unis pour juguler la montée de cette influence, autour notamment du projet d'achat du Groenland (1:00:00), puis des difficultés de la Russie (1:08:00) Extraits audio : - Mari Boine, « Gula Gula », 1989 - Samarís - Góða tungl, 2013

Para Normal Podcast
Urban Legends: Samar

Para Normal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 59:49


We've all heard our fair share of Urban Legends from where we come from, and in this episode we hear stories from Samar.  I had the intention of collecting more stories from different residents, but it's been two years, so I thought that was a long enough wait.Thank you again to our guest for sharing his experiences and urban legend stories from Samar.  This episode gave me an idea of making this a series, where we have Urban Legends from different parts of the Philippines, so if you have any that you would want to share, why don't you email it to me at paranormalsph@gmail.com, and we can schedule a recording from there.As I mentioned in the extro, here is the link to the episode where we talk about Biringan and other stories from Samar:https://open.spotify.com/episode/3Uv2PKV3xiXY4PbjyQWsz5?si=V5RR8WTMRPytx-ve-TW-eALike I said, If you have your own stories that you want to share, you can email us at paranormalsph@gmail.com If you want to continue the discussion, you can join our Discord Server. We have different chat rooms for different paranormal interests. This isn't a members only Server, everyone is welcome, just click on the link belowhttps://discord.gg/YWF4BpS4gQ= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Do you want to support the podcast? You can help keep us going by giving us a cup of joe! ko-fi.com/paranormalpodcastYou can also support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/paranormalpodcast We have different tiers for supporters, from the general support to early access, to joining us on the calls way in advance. No pressure, just additional help for us :)The Para Normal Podcast. Engineered and Produced by f90 Productions Rate and Review our show on Spotify, Pocket Casts, and Apple Podcasts

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast
Episode #40: The Philippine War Part IV: A Howling Wilderness

The Unknown Soldiers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 119:39


The Philippine War ends not with a glorious triumph, but a descent into America's heart of darkness in Batangas, Samar and the Moro Provinces. When the people of the United States confront the truth, will they accept the reality...or cling to a glorious image? The end of the war is only the beginning.Map of the Final Campaigns: https://www.unknownsoldierspodcast.com/post/unknown-soldiers-podcast-episodes-39-and-49-philippine-war-parts-iii-iv-mapsSources: https://www.unknownsoldierspodcast.com/post/unknown-soldiers-podcast-episode-37-40-the-philippine-war-series-sourcesSocial Media: https://www.facebook.com/unknownsoldierspodcasthttps://twitter.com/unksoldierspodMusic:"Driving Atmospheric Dread" by EdwardCNBrown via pond5.com"America the Beautiful" as arranged by StockMusicCom via pond5.com

Human Rights Foundation
​​The Year After Afghanistan Fell To The Taliban - Dr. Sima Samar

Human Rights Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 44:10


In August 2021, the Taliban forcibly reclaimed control of Afghanistan, promising to institute a modern form of Islamic government. Instead, the regime has systematically implemented gender-specific measures against women, in direct contrast to their initial claims of substantial reform. The progress of Afghanistan's civil society has declined under the Taliban's draconian governance of women's rights, a microcosm of a larger theocratic system. In this episode, we hear from Dr. Sima Samar, a central pioneer of women's rights in Afghanistan, who explores the country in the aftermath of the Taliban takeover.

The Art of Photography With Stanley Aryanto
Ep 51 - Earning cents through stock website is an insult, with NFT artists can finally make a living - Kristin Piljay

The Art of Photography With Stanley Aryanto

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 56:26 Transcription Available


Hey Wicked Hunters, This week I'm excited to chat with Kristin Piljay, Kristin Piljay has been an internationally-published photographer for over two decades and has travelled to many places in search of knowledge, beauty, and adventure. She tends to wander off into the wilderness of the mountains, desert and forest, but she can also be found occasionally in cities. Starting as a portrait photographer in the 1990s, she eventually became a travel photographer for Lonely Planet Images stock agency and some of her images have been published by Lonely Planet, Mountain Sobek Travel, Pearson Education, Microsoft, Condé Nast, Cengage Learning, Oprah Winfrey Network, Hearst Corporation, Aerial Dance Festival, Redbull and BBC Travel. For those who want to get to know Kristin better you can go to: https://linktr.ee/KristinPiljay  https://www.wanderlustphotos.com/ Other ways to listen and subscribe to the podcast: Spotify - http://bit.ly/twhspotify  Apple Podcast - https://bit.ly/Theartofphotography  Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/TheArtOfPhotographyWithStanleyAr  Website: podcast.thewickedhunt.com   Tune In (Alexa) - https://bit.ly/TuneInTheArtOfPhotographyPodcastWithStanleyAr    For those of you who want to see connect with Stanley Aryanto, you can go to the following: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewickedhunt/    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewickedhunt/ https://www.TheWickedHunt.com/    Don't forget to let us know your favourite part of the Podcast in the comment below and subscribe --------- Transcription: 0:00   All these tweets about artists saying they can finally make a living at art and artists actually making money because like the kind of the whole thing with the stock photography, where you people are paid like one centre for centre, whatever for their art or their photo or video, it was just so insulting 0:25   Hey wiki hunters Welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast, where we share artists journey and share how photography given us all purpose and happiness. And today we have somebody who I've met through Twitter, and it's pretty cool. Actually, I haven't chatted with her too much, but just going to some of her photograph coming in trade. And I want to have her here in the podcast and talk about her journey. Good morning, Kristen. Welcome to the Art of Photography podcast, or actually, it's even in your place, isn't it? 1:00   Well, yeah, I can say good morning, because it's good morning. There's always good morning in the NFT. World. That is true. 1:06   It is always good morning. That is so funny. I remember. I asked this question while back it's like, is it GM or GM? Like how do you you know, which one do you say is like, it's always a GM. By the way, listeners, you know, in the NFT world or in web three world, GM means Good morning, I, it took me I think about four months trying to figure that out. That was so funny. Very excited to have you here. So before we get started, just tell us a little bit about who you are and what got you into photography. 1:41   Well, um, I am mostly like a travel and nature photographer. But I've actually done a lot of different types of photography. But it all kind of started when I was a child. And I just I had, I'm 57. So I, you know, I remember what a pocket camera was some people in who are older will know what that is. But it was like kind of like this, like oblong kind of rectangular like little thing. And I and I had one of those. And I was an exchange student in Germany, when I was in high school. And I had an aunt that gave me he's like, Oh, you seem to take good photos. He's like, you can borrow my SLR camera. And so she lent me this camera. And the funny thing is that it was a it was totally manual, but the light metre was broken. And so if you can believe it, I just guessed to what to set. To set it, I actually looked at the film that I bought, and it said, you know, like, if it's sunny than the US like 125, and then F 11. And so that's what I would do. And I kind of just guessed, and the thing is, is like, I don't know, I was shooting negative film. So there's some leeway, but like, it seems like that my photos like when I would get them developed, they were like, you know, they were exposed properly. So but that, so I travel, I was in school in Germany, and I travelled around. And then when I came back and showed people my photos, they were like, Oh, you have a good eye for photography. And so when I graduated from high school, I asked my parents to, I said, I would like to have like my own camera, because I had given that one back to my aunt. So then they got me a canon. And that's when I started, you know, I don't know, just kind of experimenting. And when I would travel, I kind of mostly would shoot whenever I would travel. And then eventually, I couple years after that, like in my early 20s, I started taking photography classes. So I learned how to develop film, like black and white photography, and then developing it in the dark room and everything. And that was like a lot of fun. And just doing the assignments that I was given. But early on, I actually started photographing when I was doing black and white, I photographed food. And I did all these kinds of interesting, like kind of still lifes with food. And my parents don't have some of those, like on their walls. Some of them were like milk and cookies, that kind of an or like milk and eggs and that sort of thing. And and I guess I started when I moved to San Francisco in the early 90s, I started shooting more portraits and I still was taking photography classes and I was working in an office and somebody asked me if they if I could take photos of them and their boyfriend and so I started doing portraits and then like kind of word spreads. And so then I started photographing people's kids and then like even somebody's wedding, a wedding or two and that sort of thing. So I and after headshots and I kind of started that's how I started doing, like more professional photography. And so I did kind of start out more with portraiture, but then when I would travel then I would just photograph and I would travel. And I guess I started doing travelling Like more travel, travel photography, like, around the year 2000 2001. And I started shooting slides, and I actually was accepted by a stock agency. And that started, like my experience with stock agencies, which I'm sure is most people know, are really like, it's really kind of horrible right now. But like back then, it was a little bit different. And it was all like slides, and even the agency, I went in person in San Francisco, and would like to deliver my slides. And, and I had some sales. I mean, it wasn't anything huge. But then I swear it was super quick. Even just like a few years after that, like the sales decreased and the prices decreased. I don't know, it seemed like when it started with digital photography, because like I was excited about digital photography, and I switched to digital in 2004. But once it became, it seemed like it became easier and more accessible. And people started shooting more photos. Because like when I used to shoot slides, I used to like, look through my slides like on it, I would look through my slide with a loop, and also look at the exposures because you had a bracket your exposures, and I would sit at a table and I have a light box. And then I would just toss the ones on the floor that were bad like that I was gonna throw away, which seems like such a horrible waste. So I'm kind of glad that I'm not doing that sort of thing anymore. That threw away like all this film all that like chemicals and developing and just throwing like all these slides away. So that's kind of how I got into that sort of photography. And then later on, I actually worked as a photo researcher in textbook publishing. And that actually was supposed to be a part time job. And then I wanted to basically be a full time photographer. But I was never very good at marketing myself. And so I kind of stuck with the stock photography thing. But through my work in working for a publisher, as a photo researcher, sometimes they needed photos to be photographed specifically for some of the science textbooks I was working on. And so they started hiring me as a photographer, so I started shooting for the textbook publisher. But like professional photography was always like a part time job for me. So I always had like another main job. And unfortunately, like I kind of wanted like that just to be a part time job, the photo research and, and to be mainly be a photographer, but I ended up it ended up being reversed. And I got more and more work as a photo researcher, and, and not as much work as a photographer. And then just because of the way the business changed with textbook publishing, and also stock photography, I started doing less and less photography, and I didn't shoot for the publisher anymore. And even the photo research was going to overseas. So I, I kind of, I'm at the point now where I work as a project manager and textbook publishing, and, and then I work for slike doing social media marketing on mostly on Twitter. And then there's still the photography, which started I started making more money finally, again, on photography because of NF T's. Because I mean, like the stock photography, you can actually if you look at my sales, and the stock agencies that I'm in, the price is just getting lower and lower and lower. And recently, I actually had some sales. And they gave me one cent like the agency, two cents, and they gave me one cent. And I'm like, Are you kidding me? 8:48   No, 100% You know, like seeing the market kind of move that way? I mean, you know, I think I, it took me a while to understand that, you know, that's not how you make money to stock photography. And it I only know this when I was talking to Paul, this guy, actually the one on the first person that I interviewed in, in this podcast, and I asked him about, you know, stock photography, is it worth it? And you know, the way he approached it is the way you approach it back then it's not it's not going to the stock size sites, but actually going direct to the consumer, the people that are looking for it, you know, whether it's an agency or the actual company, and that's how it's being valued a lot more compared to stock photos. But you're right, you know, and nowadays it's so hard because iPhone, take a great photo, right? Yeah. So then it's not necessarily I mean, we all know that in order to be a good photographer. It's not just the camera but you know, from that the mindset kind of shift, you know the value kinetic Freeze. So from someone who been shooting all the way back from the film era, you know, to the digital era, and now I could say to the mobile phone era, how do you see the value shifted along this years? And what do you think about that? 10:19   Well, it's really actually disappointing that the value shifted. And I mean, it depends on the type of photography to so like travel photography, I mean, I mean, just kind of, if you do photography, where you're using models, and you're doing setups, that's actually a totally different thing. But if you're actually shooting things like, lens, you know, kind of landscapes of travel, not kind of really complicated landscape, but the kind of there's also just the really, like, Oh, this is a nice landscape to show a place you might want to travel to, or, I mean, that was the kind of photography that I did. I mean, I did other things on my own. That was kind of separate, like, kind of more artistic and stuff, but like, the main thing, I mean, like when I first started doing travel photography, sorry, photography, that wasn't also travel. I mean, anatomy, I, some of my most popular images were like a bowl of potato chips, you know, so I actually kind of was like, sort of a little bit upset about that, and like, like my beautiful landscapes and sell, but like this bowl of potato chips keeps like being sold. Although recently my most common on Alamy, that is, has been sold in the past, like two years is this photo of a tree growing in a rock what's called root root wedging. So I've worked on I was working on science textbooks and finding political science textbooks. And I needed to find a photo of root wedging, it was so difficult to find it. And then I went on a hike and I saw the perfect root wedge in photo. And so I took a photo of that. And then now people are using my photo probably in geology textbooks or other things to deal with that to illustrate it. So I mean, there's lots of photography that's like that, where you're illustrating something for like a textbook, or they just need a photo on an apple or something like that. But I mean, like, I mean, I just can't imagine if I could take like a better Apple than, like a lot of other people have already photographed in apple. But, you know, at some point, like, it was kind of new, and there wasn't as many, but there's more and more people in that. And as for equipment, I mean, I can take actually really nice photos on my iPhone. And so, and people can actually have the same phone and take like crappy photos too. So I mean, like, there it is, has, to me, it's more, I mean, there is like a certain quality, if you want to enlarge something. Yeah. Or if you want to make a lot of the do a lot of editing to it, and that sort of thing. I mean, there is like that quality that is not quite the same, but I mean, like they're getting better and better. I mean, like, when I was doing a shoot of some light themes in the Redwood Forest recently, I would actually test the scene with my phone. And then I would shoot with my camera, and my camera had looked really awful like in the viewfinder, because like the phone was like processing it. And then also when I would get the raw photos they was I'm like, oh my god, I have to make this look like my phone. 13:15   That is funny. And you're right, like, you know, the phone are incredible nowadays, right. And it's with the AI and the processing, you know, it helps a lot, even though it has a small camera. And I feel like that's what and the other thing that you said was also 100% Right? You know, just because you have a good camera doesn't make you a better photographer. Just because you have a an iPhone camera doesn't make you a bad photographer, it's a lot to do with who you are as a photographer and the way you interpret the scene. But I think people kind of mindset with that, that with people with everyone being able to take a photo nowadays instead of you know, doing all the settings that kind of take away a lot of the value, the precede value, I suppose. So that was really interesting. You know, I love hearing your story that you know, you started all the way from the film trying to figure it out and we'll do it your digital digital. So you can share you know how you got started in photography and you know, some of the things that you have photography of photograph over the this years. But what I want to hear about your excitement, why what type of photography make you really excited or what, what makes you got into photography in the first place that you know make you stay there on to a point that you want to go to school in photography and learn more about it. 14:51   You know, it's kind of this odd thing, but it's almost like a compulsion. Like some people say it's a passion for them, but for me like I feel like I really want to, like if I see something, I want to capture it, like, I can't just be like, Oh, that's cool. Like I have, I feel like this, this urge to like to preserve it. And I don't even know if it's like to show other people or just like to have it for myself, maybe it's both. But like, for instance, I also another thing that I did in the past was I, I did, I used to be an aerial dancer. So I did like kind of trapeze and circus stuff, and like, aerial silks. And I have some friends in Seattle that have an aerial dance company, and I used to photograph their shows. And and the thing is, is like, when I photographed the show, I felt like I can't, couldn't really watch it, because I was so focused on the photography. So then when I started on doing started doing was I would go and visit them, and then I would shoot, I would, I would just watch once a watch a show. And then I would do a second watch a second show where I would do the photography. And I thought, Well, that's good, because I'll prepare for it. But then the show that I was watching and not shooting, I just felt like oh my god, I'm missing all these like shots. Like all these moments, even though I knew that, like I was gonna like watch it like the second day, like I just like, if I if I actually just watched the show and wasn't shooting it for some reason. I would just be like, I like missing out somehow, you know, like that. Anything. And just recently I was in Portland, I took a it was like an aerial tram there. And there was like, it was beautiful, clear day. And you could see Mount Hood. And I took a photo with my phone, because that's my phone. This was a camera that I have with me all the time because I don't carry like my equipment around all the time. So I was there for another reason. And so I was like, Oh, that looks great. And I took a photo of it in the background, but with like the foreground of a tree with like autumn leaves on it. So then whenever I was going back, it was sunset. And I was like in the tram, and I'm looking at the sunset and the lighting on Mount Hood. And like, oh my god, I was just like, I couldn't like wait, I was like Fran was gonna miss it, you know. But I mean, the thing is, is like I could have just enjoyed it and looked at it, I couldn't really photograph it from the tram. Because there, there were things in the way. And also the windows were dirty. So I was just like, chomping at the bit to like, get up to the top so that I could run out and like go and take a photo, which I did get it. But it was just on the verge of almost being too late, you know, a little bit too dark, it would have been better if I was there just a few minutes early, but it's just like, I don't know, I just I guess I always feel it's just like a compulsion of wanting to capture a visual moment, I guess. 17:43   Yeah, that's, that's interesting. I also felt like that at times, and the, you know, what you just mentioned about, you know, take having the phone with you. And taking a phone with taking a photo with a phone is a good example how, you know, the best camera that you could own is the one that was the one yourself, yeah, that you have. And that is such a good example of that saying, and going back to what you say about the compulsion about experience, and it's really cool to hear how you approach that photography with the aerial dance and you know, performances where you want to experience it, but you also want to take a little bit and you combine the two by doing different things. And it's, I find that it's interesting. I want to ask you, how do you balance between, uh, trying to just enjoy the moment right to just being there and let your eyes and your your body enjoy the experience, whatever it is that you have, versus taking your camera out and actually enjoying it to your camera, because at the end of the day, they're two different experience but what you said earlier was 100% True. It's it's, it's not easy to be able to have a connection with nature, for example, or the Milky Way for my case, and you know, continuously taking photo there has to be a balance so how do you do that when you go out there for example, for your travel photography or from some of your other photography 19:28   Yeah, that's it's kind of Yeah, I agree with you and sometimes I think to myself, maybe I should just like take photos less and not do that. I just can't I just can't just do it without like I you know, I'll just be carrying a bunch of like equipment because especially like in landscape photography, you know, like I end up like climbing like a mountain or something because I like to do that sort of thing. And it would be easier to like not bring like photo equipment with and admittedly when I go backpacking, I don't bring a tripod like I'm kind of focused I'm just like the trip. But I do bring my camera I try to bring something as live as possible. It's one of the reasons I switched to mirrorless because I was tired of lugging my Canon gear around. And I actually didn't go for full frame. I have a Fuji fuji film, I went for the crop sensor because it had smaller lenses. So I was like, I don't want to have a tiny camera with a giant lens, just like my old lenses. I have my Canon, you know? So. But I mean, yeah, I mean, I torture myself for photography, like dragging tripods around. I even went into this, like tiny this, like the slot canyon that you can barely walk through with a tripod monopod would have been better, honestly. But like, so yeah, but I just wanted, I wanted the shots. And so I wanted to it's I guess it's not it's the compulsion to capture a moment, but to create something out of the moment. You know, what, like, it is I don't know, if it's a compulsion for others. Have you heard other people say that, that it feels like that, like, you just have to do it. 21:06   I mean, I felt the same, you know, ie, I used to do that. And when I first probably the first two years of my photography, I was I was like that, you know, every single moment, I want to capture it. I literally have my camera, which I have a five d mark for so it's really heavy, right? Massive camera, and I would take it everywhere, even just for for a dinner or for lunch. But I decided that I want to, you know, it separate myself from the people and the actual experience. So I started to step back a little bit. And yeah, it's interesting that you mentioned that, because I haven't heard people mentioning that. But I know that, you know, it is in us, you know, we love photography. And photography is about moment, right? So when there is good moment for power, it's only natural that we want to capture it. It's in our blood. 22:08   What if there's people in that moment, actually taking photos actually changes the moment to I feel like that it does. And although I kind of I used to take the photos, more people, and then I kind of It wasn't intentional that I kind of veered away from that. And then until I was hardly photographing people anymore, like when I was doing travel photography, I always had a lot of people photos in there. And then I kind of shifted and then it became like more of nature and animals and and I kind of actually kind of missed that. And I kind of feel like maybe I shouldn't like, and I forget to do snapshots. Like like when I was travelling in Iceland, I travelled a bit with two friends that live in Europe. And and both of them if it wasn't for them, it I probably would never I wouldn't have any pictures of us or them. I mean, maybe I might take a picture of them. Like if they were kind of like a person in the landscape. Like my one friend had a red jacket. It was awesome. And so she was like my red jacket person and all these like landscapes. But like I wouldn't think of like doing like a selfie or asking someone, hey, take a picture of us together. Like, it's not that I don't want that I actually nice to have it like when it's over. But like, I don't even think about it. Like I'm always like thinking about like creating like a scene rather than just like taking a picture of us. 23:29   You know, I know exactly how that feel. I think about a couple years back, you know, someone asked me it's like, Hey, can you send me your your portrait or a photo of you and I was like trying to think I don't have one. Like literally, I went through all of my photo, I don't have a good photo of me looking at the camera. Every one of them is from my back. So I know exactly how you feel. And yeah, it's interesting to be you know, a landscape, or you know, a travel photographer, because most of the time you're in the back of the camera. So it's really cool hearing your story, really hearing how you transition across, you know, from the film to digital, you actually learn everything, you know, the settings, you actually get thrown into the settings because the Otomo Diem work on your favourite first camera or your camera at that time. And I find that really cool. Now, when it comes to doing photography as a way to make a living, is that something you always wanted to do? Or do you always try? You always you only want to do that part time to preserve the experience of being a photographer itself? 24:49   Well, that's interesting question because yes, I my dream job was as many people have the same dream job of like being like a National Geographic photographer, like Travelling the world and having like assignments and like doing something really super interesting. And that was kind of always in my mind and like, I know that I could create kind of, even just for myself have like an idea and do a shoot like that. But it's, I just kind of, I don't know, I just kind of never have done it, I guess I kind of was afraid. I know, that was one thing that I didn't take a lot of risks, and always had like a backup job, and never tried just to be a photographer. And I did work in photography, because I was like, as a photo researcher, and then I was doing a lot of photography within that job also. But to just be a freelance photographer and try to make money and I actually never I tried to be a commercial photographer. I never had the guts to see like, say, like, I want to be a fine art photographer. I just felt like that was just like, so unattainable. I mean, but I know there are people that do that, but I just didn't have it in me to try for that. So and I have gone through periods of time where I was shooting, I was trying to shoot for stock, or I was just shooting for like the textbook, you know, I shot food. One thing that I really one of the best jobs that I've ever had. The super interesting was I was for the textbook publisher, I photographed the dissection of two cadavers for an anatomy textbook. And that was really interesting. And I often will say that that was one of the best jobs I ever had, because it was just so fascinating. And it was very lucrative too. And I, I even thought to myself, maybe I should be a Cadabra photographer. But I don't know if I always want to do that. And be around all the familiar formaldehyde. And I don't think there's that many calls. I mean, only for like, kind of like textbooks and that sort of thing, like medical books or something. But, but it was a super cool experience. And so I did have some interesting things. But if you only start to it, and somebody that I met recently, actually is a photographer in that, and I said, What kind of photography do you do? And he says, I do photography that people will pay me if somebody pays him and he photographs and he doesn't photograph in any other way. And I'm like, I mean, that's fine. Like, if you have a technical skill, you can do that. And like and I actually had gotten to a certain point, probably about like, maybe nine years ago, where I just felt burned out because I was just I would photograph and people pay me like the textbook publisher, or sometimes I did. I actually photographed marijuana for like a dispensary like America where that was interesting too. Or like products I did like products and stuff like that. But I kind of got burned out a little bit because I just was shooting just to make just because someone was paying me or I would think that I might make money like just doing the stock photography. And so then I started doing some long exposure photography. Just like for myself, I did some self portraits with long exposure where I was a ghost accom is that my ghost photos. And I really love my ghost photos are some of my favourite photos I've ever taken. Although I feel like other people don't like them as much as me. I mean, like some people, my friends seem to really like them. Like people that know me. But other people are seemed kind of lukewarm about, like ghost photos, but so, but those kind of were photos for me and I kind of like sparked like, kind of some creativity. Like I was just shooting photography. I was just shooting just to create something to be creative. Not like because I someone was paying me. 29:00   Yeah, that's incredible. So is that how you got out of your burnout? That's how I got off my burger. Oh, that's fantastic. And that's, that's really interesting, right? Um, we I haven't heard anyone who got into photography because they want to make a lot of money. Right? Even the people who decide to do photography as a profession, they started it because they enjoy photography, you know, they and they just want to do more of it. But over time, the money aspect cannot hit you and you know, you become burnout because you you stop creating for yourself and so forth. So when you had this burnout, and then you find a way to get out of it. What did you learn? Like how did you stop? Stop it from happening again so that you don't get the same burnout you know, in a year two years or five years and so forth. 29:56   Well actually, that kind of stopped because I stopped I stopped getting paying jobs like doing photography for the textbook publisher, and I kind of just didn't, I just didn't do that anymore. And then I just basically then just was, that's when I kind of veered more into landscape photography, because that's what I just felt I just did what I felt like doing. And then I put those in stock agencies and if they sold and that was fine. So I kind of stopped pursuing kind of more of a commercial photography, and just shot what I felt like shooting. And yeah, I also didn't make that much money from it either. So and then, of course, the stock was just putting in the stock agency. So 30:38   yeah, that's fantastic. Yeah. So you basically just, you know, do photography more for yourself. And stop, start, you know, doing it for everyone else. And 30:48   I mean, it goes through phases, it's like, if something like for instance, I'm going to Florida next week to visit my parents, but I love to photograph the birds when I go to Florida. So I feel I'll feel excited. Like, I haven't been shooting since I got back from Iceland. Well, I have like 1700 photos, I need to like, you know, go through and process. So like, that's time consuming. But I'm kind of like in a resting phase right now. And I'm not, I haven't been with only been like, a little over a month since I was back. But I think that like, you know, when I go to Florida, I'll I'll do some photography of birds, because I always like, like to photograph the birds there. Oh, that's fantastic. 31:27   Yeah, it's really interesting. You know, it's, it's funny how it kind of worked that way with photography and careers. And sometimes you can hit the wall because you stop creating and being genuine about what you want from your photography. So thanks a lot for sharing that. So one thing that I'm curious, he told us that you are part of the soyka team, you know, doing their marketing. But in the beginning, you told us that you weren't very good at marketing. And now you gotta jump into marketing, right. And I know that as an artist, like I was, I was struggling with marketing law, I think I am still struggling, but I am much better, you know, at least I kind of know what I'm doing. But it's just like, you know, the struggle with myself, doing marketing is just very difficult, because I'm more a creative person, you know, a sailing sort of person. Now, how do you transition across, because we know that if you do want to make if you don't want to sell your photography, if you do want to make money from your photography, you need to be able to market your photography, your art out there. And we have seen this over and over again, where people who have incredible images, but not a good marketing skills, aren't able to sell their photograph versus people who have, you know, a decent photograph. They're like, nothing crazy, but it's, it's, it's good. It's not superb or excellent or, you know, crazy beautiful, but they are able to sell. So what have you learned from this experience, so that the listeners can take, you know, pieces away from that and apply it to their own journey? 33:19   Well, I think for one thing, it's easier to market somebody else's art than your own. And that's like kind of known. And so that's why the NFT space on Twitter is so nice, because people are always like, are helping each other. And when I first entered the NFT space, I only had like 68 followers on Twitter. And if I would tweet something like nobody would see it or comment or anything. And, and I was able to, like early November, to basically like January 1 To go from 68 to 800 followers. I basically build up my followers and kind of just jumped right into the NFT space. And I kind of I don't know, I became good at Twitter, basically. But all I did was I just interact, I was really excited. And I was excited by like, everyone's photos that I was seeing on there. And so I was kind of very hyper tweeting. I tweeted like crazy. I like retweeted everybody's work and was excited and like said all that I just kind of interacted with so many people that it's just and then I started doing those like art threads where I remember the first one I did was on New Year's Eve and I thought oh, probably because I saw other people do them. And I thought well, maybe I'll get more followers and more like, you know, interaction by by doing that, and I did it. I put a photo of a lone tree that was my own and I said share your loan trees with me. And I thought oh, it's New Year's Eve. There's no one's no one's didn't even respond. It was huge. I mean, there was like, I mean, I think that there was like, I don't know how many retweets but like eight 100 likes and like, it just exploded. And I was like, whoa. And so then I kept doing that. But the thing is, is like, whenever I was doing those, I was kind of trying to save something and retweet on almost every photo that somebody put there. And there was a lot of there was like hundreds and hundreds of them. And it was very time consuming. So basically, I got to that point from, by being on Twitter, almost like 16 hours a day or something. I was basic on Twitter, like almost an entire day, because my work is slow in the winter with my textbook publishing. And so it was kind of like, you know, like, November, December, and I was just kind of on Twitter, like a lot, and interacting with a lot of people. And I was kind of successful at building my own Twitter following. And so with sloka, I took silica from 2500 I, whenever they were hiring somebody, I applied for the job. And then they decided to give me a chance. And then I think at the end of January, I think there's like 2500 followers. And then by maturity, we hit 17,000. But we hit 17,000 In September, but I think it was in the first few months that it got to like 10,000 pretty fast, probably within like two or three months. So I kind of just did the same thing for Flickr that I did. So my job for them, the marketing is kind of just like operates mostly just operating the Twitter. And yeah, 36:24   so yeah, that's cool. That's really cool. And I 36:27   think the key is to interact, it's just said, it's very time consuming. I mean, for me in the NFT space, it was being in being, it was very helpful to be in a collective, because I was involved in being a collective in like May. And I got to know like a lot of photographers in that collective like really like more so than just kind of in the space. And also in like chat groups. And it being in spaces is important too. But like that's like, so time consuming. And I often will try to do that and then work at the same time. And it kind of doesn't really work because I don't pay attention to the space. And I don't pay attention to my work. But I have done that I tried to be doing that like many times, but so it was kind of a little bit frustrating. But it was basically just another thing. That was important. When I first started entering the space, like when I was a beginner, I felt like lost. And I kind of like dug around and found information even just what like Good morning means and friends. And like all this kind of like lingo that people used. I kind of had to figure out on my own and I could ask people but nobody offered, no one came up and say, Oh, you're new here, like, let me help you. And the thing is, like once I was kind of got used to it and learned it myself, I actually when new people would come in the space, I would actually help them. And I discovered I really liked doing that. And, and I kept doing it. And that's how it was like kind of I mean, I don't know when you entered the NFT world on Twitter, but like, it was kind of so many people and just kind of wild in like November, December, January, February. Yeah. Last year, beginning of this year, so, but yeah, 100 So that wasn't necessarily I learned that I learned that I really I enjoyed helping people, it made me feel like I had a purpose because I'm kind of some sometimes I'm struggling with that, like feeling like kind of having a strong purpose in life. 38:37   Cool, thanks a lot for sharing that. Yeah. I mean, you know, it's, that's, that's really cool, you know, just trying to figure it out. And I know, NFT is really difficult space to get into a lot of people, it's a difficult concept to learn and to understand as well. So, you know, you figuring it out and to helping the people who can jump in there and onboarding, I think that's a really cool thing to do. Yeah, you know, thanks a lot for doing that because that's really helps open up the world. NFT now, we starting to get into the NFT world here and you know, the listeners out there might have heard of it might not have heard of it. But there are a lot of scepticism behind the NFT right. Is it real? Is it a scam? Like what is this? So I'm quite interesting interested to hear what who you are into the NFT world and what do you think about NFT? 39:39   Well, I'm glad you asked me that question because what pulled me into it like when I entered this went on I found this little community I found the community on Twitter what pulled me in was in like to hear these like success stories. That is what pulled me in. And I was like I want to be part of this because I want to be part of some One thing that is going to change this because I really felt like I wanted it to change, it just seemed unfair. And, and so just, it was basically people's stories that and I was just excited, like I, I saw a lot of, there's a lot of astrophotography that I saw in the very beginning, like the Milky Way photography, and I was just like, so wild by that. And I was like, ah, you know, and I kind of was just seeing everyone's beautiful work, it's just kind of was exciting. And there was like this kind of, I mean, I as since we're in a bear market, as you know, like, it's not the same anymore, but, but there's people still excited about it. And, and still excited about photography, because I mean, you can't just put photography only in NF T's I mean, I actually made some some money, like a hell of a lot more than I did whatever I was, you know, from stock photography. So I mean, that's like, kind of, and it also inspired me to try new things like I got a drone this summer, and I flew my drone in Iceland, and I actually really love love that. And I really want to explore that. And I also, I photographed the Milky Way for the first time, this like summer also. And I still haven't processed it. I mean, I kind of started but I kind of felt like a little bit lost. So I, but I'll see, you know how it goes and then figure out how to do it properly. But it was a crater lake. 41:33   Beautiful. Alright, to lations on your first meal QA will go on. I mean, I'm an astro photographer, and I teach Astro photography as well. So when whenever people say I just take my first Astro photography, I got really excited. But how is that experience? I know he kind of I'll bring it back to NFT. But I just don't know, how is that experience being able to capture the Milky Way for the very first time? 42:00   Well, what was interesting is like when I we, I've seen, of course, I've seen the Milky Way, but not actually not I've not been in situations where I've seen it that often. And so I have this memory of it, but I didn't photograph it. And it looks. It was a beautiful night, very clear at Crater Lake. But it's not as distinct as it is in the photos. It's kind of like the roar Borealis, it's the same like you can see it with your eye, but it's not. And I did see that in Iceland on two different trips and photographed that. And it looks it's more dramatic whenever you actually photograph it than it is when you actually just look at it. And so that's how I feel like it is with like the Milky Way photos. And I actually met somebody that I met off Twitter. And we actually photographed together because she was travelling to Crater Lake. And she mentioned it and she's actually experienced with it's r1 I don't know if you know r1 But like, yeah, so she, I kind of learned like a bit from her kind of watching what what she did also, so but I do want to try it again. But it is feel like that it's it's it's rather complicated. Just I think the postprocessing even more than the shooting part. But if it wasn't for her like so it was kind of amazing. But it was also like really uncomfortable, because it was a wind picked up. And it was like really freezing. There was still snow. It was June but there was still snow, where we were and it wasn't cold actually like temperature wise where we were at the parking lot. But when we went to the area where we needed to shoot it from, it was just the wind picked up and it was just like freezing. So it was kind of my first experience was like kind of uncomfortable physically, because then you have to keep waiting and like doing these really long exposures. So and she did really super long, she did some that were like five minutes disabused, like these ones that were super long. And then, you know, shooting like, several photos to later piece together as a panorama. 44:21   Panorama. Yeah, that's really cool. It's actually not complicated at all. And I could you know, once you know, the ins and outs, it's not complicated at all. And, you know, that's, that's why I teach the astrophotography because a lot of people are thinking it's complicated, but it's actually pretty simple once you know the step by step process. So yeah, we can, you know, if you have time, I'm happy or you know, we can do it some other time. I'm happy to help you with the post processing or whatever question you have. Sorry, I just got excited. That 44:58   is exciting. I wanted to I didn't, I was interested in that and wanted to, like, try to do it myself. So I guess that kind of like makes me feel like, okay, I should make go back and try to process those photos that I that I took, I can't 45:12   wait to see it, I can't wait to see, it will be great. So when you get into the coming back to the NFT, right? You got there because you felt like there are more value to your photography, instead of people paying three cents for your photograph, you actually get something that worthwhile, right, something of value. And we know that money is important. But as an artist, I think there's something more important behind that the fact that our art is being valued for what it is, it doesn't matter what genre it is. And that was, you know, how I felt. Now, when you when you come into the NFT world, and you know, what we have right now? Do you have? How does your expectation, you know, or you know, what you imagine it to be versus the reality, what was some of the goods and Bad's within the space that we need to improve upon, you know, because we want to bring more people in this space, but there's so many, I suppose, scepticism negative talk around it. So, I'd like to hear a little bit from your perspective, especially working from one of the platform, right, you will get a lot of exposure to this, in terms of, you know, people saying this or that and, you know, different people opinion, what are some of the things that you see are a good point, and they are some of the things that we could improve upon in this space? 46:43   Well, I mean, What initially attracted me to it was also that like, there's a problem with a caste Samar addressed this in one of her early NF T's where she liked the Hawaii photo where she released that because people kept stealing it, you know, because, as a photo researcher, a lot of times authors of textbooks think, and I think just people in general, they think that because something on the internet, like you can just use it like, oh, yeah, it's like everywhere, like, you know, but I mean, that's not true. I mean, there's like, you know, you have to get permission to use it, unless the person specifically says that anybody can use it. And, and so people will just steal things off the internet, and just use them as they wish. And so, I mean, she sold that NFT for like, I don't know, like 100 Aetherium. I don't know what that would have been at the time, like a huge amount of money. Like, I don't know, like $300,000 or something like that. But she released it to the world that anybody could use it, although she wanted to be credited. And I kind of was really, like, inspired by that. I was actually very inspired by her because I heard her story, I watched a video of how she came into the NFT world, and, and how she had no work because of COVID because of like, she wasn't able to do like the photography workshops. So I think just kind of like solidifying ownership, like saying, okay, like it's kind of like this mark like this is I am the creator of this piece of digital art, like, you know, I think that is good about NF Ts. And also, I think in the future too, like, if you purchase when I first started in selling NF Ts, I was selling photos, my first things I sold photos of were went redwood forest, and if someone bought an NF t then I would donate money to save the redwoods organisation. And that is I see someone recently that has, like there's other and other other people that have fundraisers where if you purchase an NF t like 100% of it will go to like as a donation. I mean, you can just ask for donations but I mean it's actually common if you do donation sometimes if you do some donations to something you can times get like a physical product or some kind of product in return for that like as a thank you and NF Ts can be also used for something like that. And I think that there in the future there can be a lot of various uses for it not just for art and I am not very involved in the kind of like the profile picture you know, like the apes and punks and all that like I I'm not really involved in that so I don't really have much knowledge about about that aspect of it. And I think that's what most people who aren't involved in it that's what they think about because that's what's like in the in the media because those are the ones that are have gotten, you know, for so much money and people hear about so that's what they think NF T's are that they're only that. Yeah, that's a really good 49:59   point. You know, I saw, I know what you're talking about with Cassie Mart, early campaign, and it was I think it was one of her. I think one of the biggest one that she had I know she, you know, she had a crazy sales even before that. I mean, she said she's phenomenal photographer, and just so inspiring. But yeah, for the listener who kind of don't know, the context, basically, that Hawaii photo has been stolen over and over again, where it's been reposted, and been used as a licence item without her getting paid. And she would show this crazy list of, you know, disputes against them. And, you know, at the end of the day, she say, put that as an NFT. And she got, probably, you know, all her all the worth of that whole photo over the lifetime of it and even more, right, and I think that's, that's so empowering, that is just so empowering to the artists, you know, the fact that we need to share our photograph out there, but most of the time, when we share our photographs in the internet, it would get stolen. And nothing is solved some of that problem. I know, it's not 100% there yet, but we're still early. And like you say, you know, with the donations and charities, you know, I see going forward where we, you know, it all just happens seamlessly through the smart contract without people being there. And that kind of cow cut a lot of corruption. And, you know, basically people stealing away from it, because it goes directly to the people. Of course, at the end of the day, you know, people aren't one behind it. So there's always a chance, but it cut a lot of that down. So that's, that's what's really cool about it. And I love that you brought that up. Well, thank you very much for being here in person. And it's, it's great to have the conversation with you, you know, hearing your photography journey, also, how you got into the NFT. And a little bit about the NF t as well. Now, one thing that I always ask my guests on every single podcast is that if there is an advice, one advice, whether it's a life advice, photography, advice, whatever advice, it could be, that you could tell either your younger self or someone else in the space in the social media in your community, what would that advice be? 52:30   Well, I would say to myself and others also is, well, I wish I would have taken more risk in trying to pursue photography. Now not just as like, say, like an artist, but as kind of like my dream, kind of National Geographic photographer. I mean, not specifically just for National Geographic, but that style of story, like kind of a photo story, but just just doing basically not settling for just any job. And just because it was more secure. You know, I mean, I guess I was actually lucky that I had a job that was related to photography. And and now with silica that's still my textbook job is not really is related to photography anymore. It's project management. But it used to be more photography and photography was involved in it. So, but I feel like I wish I and it's not like I'm still around. So I mean, I can still change. And I have been inspired recently by all of the, you know, like the Twitter photography community, I feel inspired to try new things. I'm actually interested in trying like more like I always have done very realistic photography, and I actually want to try kind of changing things. I mean, it's just art then I mean, I mean, it's art, it's photography and art, like digital art combined, or even even learning even learning like 3d. If I can, I don't know, just to kind of experiment with things. Because I always was like shooting something as it was real, very real. That's how I've always like, done it. But yeah, I think like, at least try try more. I mean, try. Take, I mean, not unreasonable risks, but I feel like I wish I would have taken more risks in trying to pursue like my dream career. 54:24   Fantastic. That's such a great advice. I know how that feel. And you know, I've been there I used to be an engineer and you know, literally drop everything to become a photographer. So I know exactly how that feel and seems like you're in that journey. And I know a lot of other people who are in the journey as well, to get there. And like you say, right, it's it's important to, to get out of to get out of your comfort zone and to change to do something that makes you happy. Whatever it is. I think that is our big purpose in life so thank you very much for sharing that advice. That is so beautiful. Now for the listeners out there who I know that you have an NFT project on Slaker as well like a collection there and you know you have beautiful photograph as well. So for the people who and listeners who want to see more of your work who want to get in touch with you and connect with you, what would be the best way to connect with you? 55:30   Um, I would say probably like on Twitter or like my website like I have a website, wander wander less photos.com And so I can be contacted through my website or on Twitter or Instagram like any of those or Facebook even, like all the usual places 55:51   fantastic. Yeah, we'll include that in in the description below. So if you want to check out more of her work, you know, she what, what she's doing in any of these spaces as well as in a photography space, and all this beautiful photograph or from her travel, you know, I encourage you to give her a visit and say hi in social media. But thank you very much for being here. It's been such a pleasure talking to you. I enjoyed you know, having that conversation and listening to your to your journey. I really do appreciate having you in the podcast.  

Oppdatert
Falske samar: Juksar nokon seg til makt?

Oppdatert

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 19:53


I fleire år har det gått rykter på Sametinget i Karasjok. Rykter om at personar som ikkje burde vere der kanskje er der. No fryktar mange følgene for det samiske demokratiet. Kven er dei og kva vil dei? Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio

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Militärhistoriepodden
Okinawa blev slutet på japanska imperiedrömmar - Stillahavskriget del 2

Militärhistoriepodden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 46:08


Landstigningen vid Okinawa i april 1945 blev ett av de blodigaste och mest kontroversiella av de amerikanska amfibieoperationerna i Stilla havet under andra världskriget. De amerikanska förlusterna var enorma med upp till 50 000 soldater, varav ca 12 000 döda. Den japanska styrkan blev utraderad, liksom många av de civila.Okinawa var också platsen för en av de största anfallen med Kamikazepiloter. Dessa självmordsbombare anföll i hundratal och orsakade enorma förluster för USA.I det förra avsnittet av Militärhistoriepoddens andravärldskriget-serie gick vi igenom de inledande amfibieoperationerna i Guadalcanal, offensiven mot Rabaul och den andra infallslinjen via Marianaöarna och framförallt Saipan. I detta avsnittet pratar professorn i historia Martin Hårdstedt och idéhistorikern Peter Bennesved om den fortsatta offensiven, med fokus på händelseutvecklingen i Filippinerna, Iwo Jima och Okinawa.Efter att Marianaöarna hade fallit kunde offensiven mot Filippinerna fortsätta ostört. Rabaul var inringat och neutraliserat, och via Marianaöarna kunde transporterna i nord-sydlig riktning kontrolleras och förhindras. Från stilla havets mitt kunde den amerikanska flottan också anfalla med sina B-29:or direkt mot de japanska huvudöarna.För de amerikanska befälhavarna MacArthur och Nimitz hade målet från början varit att försöka möta den japanska flottan i en slutgiltig sjöstrid nånstans i närheten av Filippinerna, och det var också det som snart skulle hända.I oktober 1944 utspelades antagligen världens största sjöslag runt öarna Luzon, Samar och Leyte, från vilket slaget har fått sitt namn. Slaget vid Leytebukten skulle involvera hundratusentals sjömän och tusentals fartyg och innebar en amerikansk seger och återtagen kontroll över Filippinerna.Det var också vid Leyte som den japanska flottan förlorade slagskeppet Musashi, ett av världens största. Det skulle krävas dussintals torpeder och flygbomber för att sänka den enorma tingesten.Efter Leyte förlorade japanerna alla möjligheter att operera fritt mellan de öar som de ockuperat och fortfarande hade under sin kontroll. De hade dock inga intentioner om att lägga ner vapen, utan striden fortsätte i nästan ett år till. Ungefär 6 månader efter Leyte, i april 1945, inleddes dock det som skulle bli den sista landstigningen på japanskt ockuperat område. Landstigningen vid Okinawa.Okinawa blev ett av de blodigaste och mest kontroversiella av de amerikanska amfibieoperationerna i stilla havet. De amerikanska förlusterna var enorma med upp till 50000 soldater, varav ca 12.000 döda. Den japanska styrkan blev utraderad, liksom många av de civila. En stor andel, lite mer än en tredjedel av de amerikanska förlusterna var sjömän som drabbades av Japans sista huvudlösa försök att slå tillbaka amerikanska fartyg och förhindra en fortsatt offensiv. Precis som vid Leyte skulle ett annat känt slagskepp, Yamato, möte sitt öde här i ett sådant anfall.Bild: Två marinsoldater från 2:a bataljonen, 1:a marinregementet under striderna vid Wana Ridge under slaget vid Okinawa, maj 1945. Till vänster tillhandahåller Davis Hargraves (1925-) täckande eld med sin M1 Thompson maskinpistol som Gabriel Chavarria (till höger; 1926-), med en Browning Automatic Rifle, förbereder sig för att bryta skyddet för att flytta till en annan position.Foto: Sergent Walter F. Kleine - Forskning vid National Archives: Pictures of World War II Identifikationsnummer: 127-N-123170, Wikipedia, Public Domain.Klippare: Emanuel Lehtonen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

History of Everything
History of Everything: The Last Stand of The Tin Can Sailors

History of Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 73:36


The nonfiction book The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II Story of the U.S. Navy's Finest Hour is the first full narrative account of the Battle off Samar, which the book's author, James D. Hornfischer, calls the greatest upset in the history of naval warfare. Bonus episodes as well as ad-free episodes on Patreon. Find us on Instagram. Join us on Discord. Submit your relatives on our website Join the Book Club on http://chirpbooks.com/history Get some delicious COFFEE Podcast Youtube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)
Día 329: Felipe predica la Buena Nueva (2022)

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 23:56


Felipe bajó a Samaría para predicar la palabra del Señor, quienes lo escuchaban le ponían atención y creían en su testimonio. La ciudad se alegró con Felipe por llevarles la salvación de Cristo. Había un mago llamado Simón, quien asombraba a la ciudad con sus actos de magia. Simón escuchó y creyó en la palabra de Dios. Pedro y Juan bajaron a Samaría para ser bautizado mediante la imposición de manos, con la cual se daba el Espíritu Santo. Al ver Simón el bautizmo, quiso comprar la gracia. Pedro reprendió a Simón y lo exhortó a arrepentirse o perecer en su pecado... Hoy leemos Hechos 8; Romanos 13-14; Proverbios 27:15-17.A partir de enero del 2022, Fray Sergio Serrano, OP leerá toda la Biblia en 365 episodios. Además compartirá reflexiones y comentarios para ir conociendo más la Palabra de Dios al caminar por la Historia de la Salvación.Aquí puedes obtener más información y el plan de lectura.Un poco más de The Great Adventure Bible, la Biblia que seguirá el podcast de La Biblia en un Año:Codificación de colores para fácil referencia: Usa el famoso Sistema de Aprendizaje de la Cronología de la Biblia de The Great Adventure (“The Bible Timeline” ®️) creado por Jeff Cavins, experto en Sagradas Escrituras, y que es utilizado por cientos de miles de católicos para aprender a leer la Biblia.Artículos que te ayudan a comprender el panorama completo de la Historia de la Salvación.Recuadros con eventos clave que ayudan a identificar los puntos importantes en la Biblia.Cuadros detallados que ofrecen la visión panorámica de los personajes y eventos clave, las alianzas importantes, mapas y el contexto histórico.Mapas a todo color que ayudan a visualizar los lugares donde sucedieron las historias bíblicas.

Descargas predicanet
Episode 910: Evangelio segun san Juan (c. 4)

Descargas predicanet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 6:24


 Jesús y la samaritana  4 :B:1 El Señor se enteró de que los fariseos tenían noticias de él; se decía que Jesús bautizaba y atraía más discípulos que Juan, 2 aunque de hecho no bautizaba Jesús, sino sus discípulos. 3 Jesús decidió, entonces, abandonar Judea y volvió a Galilea. 4 Para eso tenía que pasar por el país de Samaría, 5 y fue así como llegó a un pueblo de Samaría llamado Sicar, cerca de la tierra que Jacob dio a su hijo José. 6 Allí se encuentra el pozo de Jacob. 6 Jesús, cansado por la caminata, se sentó al borde del pozo. Era cerca del mediodía. 7 Fue entonces cuando una mujer samaritana llegó para sacar agua, y Jesús le dijo: «Dame de beber.» 8 Los discípulos se habían ido al pueblo para comprar algo de comer. 9 La samaritana le dijo: «¿Cómo tú, que eres judío, me pides de beber a mí, que soy una mujer samaritana?» (Se sabe que los judíos no tratan con los samaritanos). 10 Jesús le dijo: «Si conocieras el don de Dios, si supieras quién es el que te pide de beber, tú misma le pedirías agua viva y él te la daría.» 11 Ella le dijo: «Señor, no tienes con qué sacar agua y el pozo es profundo. ¿Dónde vas a conseguir esa agua viva? 12 Nuestro antepasado Jacob nos dio este pozo, del cual bebió él, sus hijos y sus animales; ¿eres acaso más grande que él?» 13 Jesús le dijo: «El que beba de esta agua volverá a tener sed, 14 pero el que beba del agua que yo le daré nunca volverá a tener sed. El agua que yo le daré se convertirá en él en un chorro que salta has ta la vida eterna.» 15 La mujer le dijo: «Señor, dame de esa agua, y así ya no sufriré la sed ni tendré que volver aquí a sacar agua.» 16 Jesús le dijo: «Vete, llama a tu marido y vuelve acá.» 17 La mujer contestó: «No tengo marido.» Jesús le dijo: «Has dicho bien que no tienes marido, 18 pues has tenido cinco maridos, y el que tienes ahora no es tu marido. En eso has dicho la verdad.» 19 La mujer contestó: «Señor, veo que eres profeta. 20 Nuestros padres siempre vinieron a este cerro para adorar a Dios y ustedes, los judíos, ¿no dicen que Jerusalén es el lugar en que se debe adorar a Dios?» 21 Jesús le dijo: «Créeme, mujer: Llega la hora en que ustedes adorarán al Padre, pero ya no será “en este cerro” o “en Jerusalén”. 22 Us te des, los samaritanos, adoran lo que no conocen, mientras que no so tros, los judíos, adoramos lo que conocemos, porque la salvación viene de los judíos. 23 Pero llega la hora, y ya estamos en ella, en que los verdaderos adoradores adorarán al Padre en espíritu y en verdad. 24 Entonces serán verdaderos adoradores del Padre, tal como él mismo los quiere. Dios es espíritu, y los que lo adoran deben adorarlo en espíritu y en verdad.» 25 La mujer le dijo: «Yo sé que el Mesías (que es el Cristo), está por venir; cuando venga nos enseñará todo.» 26 Jesús le dijo: «Ese soy yo, el que habla contigo.

Philippine Campfire Stories
Episode 96: Storymasters of the Philippine Mythology feat Edgar Samar

Philippine Campfire Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 70:49


Halina at pakinggan natin ang mga taong sumusulat at lumilikha ng mga sining mula sa mga natatanging kwentong Pilipino mula sa ating mga mitolohiya at kaalamang bayan. Ito ang Storymasters of Philippine Mythology series at ngayong episode, makakasama natin si Edgar Samar, author and creator of Janus Silang SeriesYou can follow Edgar Samar and his latest works via this link http://linktr.ee/ecsamarBuy Janus Silang Series from Adarna Househttps://adarna.com.ph/collections/si-janus-silang-series/products/si-janus-silang-1-5-bundleKung gusto ninyong maging tagapag-bahagi sa podcast na ito, ay mag submit lamang ng inyong true horror stories sa mga sumusunod:Email Address: campfirestoriesph@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/campfirestoriesph Twitter: https://twitter.com/campfirestoryph Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/campfirestoriesph/ SUPPORT PHILIPPINE CAMPFIRE STORIESBuy me coffee via Kofi

Teología para Hoy
07. La samaritana (Jn 4,1-42)

Teología para Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 27:29


Jesús mantiene una larga conversación con una mujer de Samaría

American Prestige
E71 - Somalia and the War on Terror w/ Samar Al-Bulushi

American Prestige

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 48:21


Danny and Derek welcome Samar Al-Bulushi, assistant professor of anthropology at UC Irvine, contributing editor at Africa is a Country, and non-resident fellow at the Quincy Institute, to discuss the US War on Terror in Somalia. They cover the background of US involvement in the Horn of Africa, the Islamic Courts Union, the 2006 Ethiopian invasion of Somalia, the emergence of Al-Shabaab, AFRICOM, and more. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.americanprestigepod.com/subscribe

Marketing That Generates
Marketing Your Email Marketing Business: A Conversation About Storytelling, Trust, & Opportunities with Samar Owais

Marketing That Generates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 57:02


In our current podcast series, I interview the owners of 4 very different email marketing businesses and we dive deep into their marketing. Today’s episode is the second of that series. I interview Samar Owais, an email marketing strategist and copywriter based in Pakistan. She specializes in software as a service (SaaS) and eCommerce. Samar has worked with big-name brands, including Drip, HubSpot, and Pinterest. Listeners are bound to take away at least one idea to apply to their own email marketing that increases sales and revenue. Get show notes and all the links mentioned in this episode here: https://www.bixamedia.com/54/

The Lancet Oncology
Samar Alhomoud on challenges for cancer control in the Gulf region

The Lancet Oncology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 11:27


Samar Alhomoud (King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) discusses her review on progress and remaining challenges for cancer control in the Gulf Cooperation Council.Read the full article:Progress and remaining challenges for cancer control in the Gulf Cooperation Council

The Raven and the Writing Desk
TRATWD 348 – Learning the Ropes, Part 2

The Raven and the Writing Desk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 31:56


Russo and Samar introduce Natasha to the pleasures of power exchange. But Russo has another secret she's hiding… Audiobooks for Sale: Urban Legends, Things Unseen, Divine Intervention, The Lost and the Least, Distant Realms, A Wizard Family Solstice, Homecoming, Making the Cut, Honor Bound, Honor Tested, Honor Reclaimed (Use these bounty links and Chris will get a specialContinue reading →

The Metamor City Podcast
TRATWD 348 – Learning the Ropes, Part 2

The Metamor City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 31:56


Russo and Samar introduce Natasha to the pleasures of power exchange. But Russo has another secret she's hiding… Audiobooks for Sale: Urban Legends, Things Unseen, Divine Intervention, The Lost and the Least, Distant Realms, A Wizard Family Solstice, Homecoming, Making the Cut, Honor Bound, Honor Tested, Honor Reclaimed (Use these bounty links and Chris will get a special … Continue reading "TRATWD 348 – Learning the Ropes, Part 2"

Learn It from a Layman
The Basics of World War II - Part 4 - Part 2

Learn It from a Layman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 71:11


We continue our World War II podcast series. What is the D in D-Day for? How did French shrubs cause an issue in retaking France? What was the fallout from Operation Valkyrie? What is Operation Bagration? What happened in the Warsaw Uprising and did the Soviets leave the Poles out to dry? What is the story behind A Bridge Too Far? When did the B-29s join the Pacific Theatre? What were the V-1 and V-2 bombs used for? How many hand grenades were used in the Battle of Peleliu? We discuss one of the most amazing acts of heroism in Naval history at the Battle off Samar at Leyte Gulf.

Sea Control - CIMSEC
Sea Control 387 – The Untold Story of the Battle Off Samar

Sea Control - CIMSEC

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022


By Jared Samuelson RADM Tom Andrews (ret.) joins Sea Control to discuss naval aviation’s role in the Battle off Samar. Download Sea Control 387 – The Untold Story of the Battle Off Samar Links “The Battle of Leyte Gulf: The Untold Story (Part I),” RADM (Ret) Tom Andrews, Naval Order of the United States, June … Continue reading Sea Control 387 – The Untold Story of the Battle Off Samar →

Sea Control
Sea Control 387 - The Untold Story of the Battle Off Samar

Sea Control

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 39:36


Links:The Battle of Leyte Gulf: The Untold Story (Part I), RADM (Ret) Tom Andrews, Naval Order of the United States, June 8, 2020. The Battle of Leyte Gulf: The Untold Story (Part II), RADM (Ret) Tom Andrews, Naval Order of the United States, July 13, 2020. The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II Story of the US Navy's Finest Hour, by James Hornfischer, Bantam March 29, 2005.The Defenders of Taffy 3: Analysis and Retelling of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, by Byron Como, June 26, 2019.Naval Order of the United StatesTreasure Island Museum

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy
BDTP. Email Strategy with Samar Owais

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 33:48 Very Popular


Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Samar Owais, email strategist and founder of Emails Done Right. You'll learn about the extended onboarding flows, how to increase conversions from your mailing list, how to do discounts for SaaS the right way, and more.Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key takeaways.Show notesEmails Done RightJoanna Wiebe – founder of CopyhackersVal Geisler – an email strategist and educatorJoin Samar's list to get updates about her upcoming SaaS email strategy courseFollow Samar on TwitterThanks for listening! If you found the episode useful, please spread the word about this new show on Twitter mentioning @userlist, or leave us a review on iTunes.SponsorThis show is brought to you by Userlist — an email automation platform for SaaS companies. Onboard, engage, and nurture your customers, as well as marketing leads. To follow the best practices, download our free printable email planning worksheets at userlist.com/worksheets.Interested in sponsoring an episode? Learn more here.Leave a ReviewReviews are hugely important because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes. Here's how.

Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza
Reply to Brailvi Mufti Samar Abbas Qadri Attari on Hum BABI hein!

Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 32:33


Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/muhammad-imran984/message

Evangelio del día y su meditación
Evangelio del Domingo 9 de Octubre. Lc. 17, 11-19

Evangelio del día y su meditación

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 5:06


Lc 17,11-19. Mientras se dirigía a Jerusalén, Jesús pasaba a través de Samaría y Galilea. Al entrar en un poblado, le salieron al encuentro diez leprosos, que se detuvieron a distancia y empezaron a gritarle: "¡Jesús, Maestro, ten compasión de nosotros!". Al verlos, Jesús les dijo: "Vayan a presentarse a los sacerdotes". Y en el camino quedaron purificados. Uno de ellos, al comprobar que estaba curado, volvió atrás alabando a Dios en voz alta y se arrojó a los pies de Jesús con el rostro en tierra, dándole gracias. Era un samaritano. Jesús le dijo entonces: "¿Cómo, no quedaron purificados los diez? Los otros nueve, ¿dónde están? ¿Ninguno volvió a dar gracias a Dios, sino este extranjero?". Y agregó: "Levántate y vete, tu fe te ha salvado". Voz y Meditación Fr Pedro Brassesco. www.rosariodelaaurora.org

Evangelio de hoy - Viralizando el Evangelio
Levántate y vete, tu fe te ha salvado - Domingo 9 octubre 2022

Evangelio de hoy - Viralizando el Evangelio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 1:09


Levántate y vete, tu fe te ha salvado Hola, soy Alekz ¡Vamos a viralizar el Evangelio! Evangelio de hoy en audio, ¡suscríbete para escuchar siempre el evangelio del día! 9 de octubre de 2022 Vigesimoctavo domingo del Tiempo Ordinario Evangelio según San Lucas 17,11-19. Mientras se dirigía a Jerusalén, Jesús pasaba a través de Samaría y Galilea. Al entrar en un poblado, le salieron al encuentro diez leprosos, que se detuvieron a distancia y empezaron a gritarle: "¡Jesús, Maestro, ten compasión de nosotros!". Al verlos, Jesús les dijo: "Vayan a presentarse a los sacerdotes". Y en el camino quedaron purificados. Uno de ellos, al comprobar que estaba curado, volvió atrás alabando a Dios en voz alta y se arrojó a los pies de Jesús con el rostro en tierra, dándole gracias. Era un samaritano. Jesús le dijo entonces: "¿Cómo, no quedaron purificados los diez? Los otros nueve, ¿dónde están? ¿Ninguno volvió a dar gracias a Dios, sino este extranjero?". Y agregó: "Levántate y vete, tu fe te ha salvado". Web: https://evangelio.mx Spotify: https://bit.ly/evangeliospotify Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/evangelioitunes Twitter: https://twitter.com/ViralEvangelio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ViralizandoElEvangelio Instagram: https://instagram.com/viralizandoelevangelio YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ViralizandoElEvangelio

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar
Lucas 17, 11-19 - XXVIII Domingo durante el año(C)

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 8:33


+ Evangelio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo según san Lucas 17, 11-19 Mientras se dirigía a Jerusalén, Jesús pasaba a través de Samaría y Galilea. Al entrar en un poblado, le salieron al encuentro diez leprosos, que se detuvieron a distancia y empezaron a gritarle: «¡Jesús, Maestro, ten compasión de nosotros!» Al verlos, Jesús les dijo: «Vayan a presentarse a los sacerdotes». Y en el camino quedaron purificados. Uno de ellos, al comprobar que estaba curado, volvió atrás alabando a Dios en voz alta y se arrojó a los pies de Jesús con el rostro en tierra, dándole gracias. Era un samaritano. Jesús le dijo entonces: «¿Cómo, no quedaron purificados los diez? Los otros nueve, ¿dónde están? ¿Ninguno volvió a dar gracias a Dios, sino este extranjero?» Y agregó: «Levántate y vete, tu fe te ha salvado». Palabra del Señor.

Evangelio del Día
Evangelio de hoy, 9 de octubre de 2022 | Agradecidos no ingratos

Evangelio del Día

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 8:33


Evangelio según San Lucas 17,11-19. Mientras se dirigía a Jerusalén, Jesús pasaba a través de Samaría y Galilea. Al entrar en un poblado, le salieron al encuentro diez leprosos, que se detuvieron a distancia y empezaron a gritarle: "¡Jesús, Maestro, ten compasión de nosotros!". Al verlos, Jesús les dijo: "Vayan a presentarse a los sacerdotes". Y en el camino quedaron purificados. Uno de ellos, al comprobar que estaba curado, volvió atrás alabando a Dios en voz alta y se arrojó a los pies de Jesús con el rostro en tierra, dándole gracias. Era un samaritano. Jesús le dijo entonces: "¿Cómo, no quedaron purificados los diez? Los otros nueve, ¿dónde están? ¿Ninguno volvió a dar gracias a Dios, sino este extranjero?". Y agregó: "Levántate y vete, tu fe te ha salvado". ________________ Además puedes escuchar el Evangelio diario en las siguientes plataformas: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2M0Ubx3Jh55B6W3b20c3GO Apple podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/evangelio-del-d%C3%ADa/id1590423907 Para más información puede consultar nuestro sitio: https://www.vozcatolica.com o escríbanos a info@vozcatolica.com Si quiere colaborar con este Apostolado lo puede hacer dirigiéndose a: https://vozcatolica.com/ayudanos

Evangelio del día - Evangelio de hoy
Evangelio 9 octubre 2022 (Vinieron a su encuentro diez leprosos)

Evangelio del día - Evangelio de hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 7:58


Domingo, 9 de octubre de 2022 (28ª Semana del Tiempo Ordinario - Ciclo C) Evangelio del día y reflexión... ¡Deja que la Palabra del Señor transforme tu vida! [Lucas 17, 11-19] Una vez, yendo camino de Jerusalén, pasaba entre Samaría y Galilea. Cuando iba a entrar en una ciudad, vinieron a su encuentro diez hombres leprosos, que se pararon a lo lejos y a gritos le decían: «Jesús, maestro, ten compasión de nosotros». Al verlos, les dijo: «Id a presentaros a los sacerdotes». Y sucedió que, mientras iban de camino, quedaron limpios. Uno de ellos, viendo que estaba curado, se volvió alabando a Dios a grandes gritos y se postró a los pies de Jesús, rostro en tierra, dándole gracias. Este era un samaritano. Jesús, tomó la palabra y dijo: «¿No han quedado limpios los diez?; los otros nueve, ¿dónde están? ¿No ha habido quien volviera a dar gloria a Dios más que este extranjero?». Y le dijo: «Levántate, vete; tu fe te ha salvado». ------------------ ¿Quieres recibir cada día el Evangelio en tu whatsapp? Alta en: www.sercreyente.com/whatsapp. También puedes hacer tu donativo en www.sercreyente.com/ayudanos. Contacto: info@sercreyente.com

Evangelio de hoy - Viralizando el Evangelio
Jesús se encaminó decididamente hacia Jerusalén - Martes 27 septiembre 2022

Evangelio de hoy - Viralizando el Evangelio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 0:50


Jesús se encaminó decididamente hacia Jerusalén Hola, soy Alekz ¡Vamos a viralizar el Evangelio! Evangelio de hoy en audio, ¡suscríbete para escuchar siempre el evangelio del día! 27 de septiembre de 2022 Martes de la vigesimosexta semana del Tiempo Ordinario Evangelio según San Lucas 9,51-56. Cuando estaba por cumplirse el tiempo de su elevación al cielo, Jesús se encaminó decididamente hacia Jerusalén y envió mensajeros delante de él. Ellos partieron y entraron en un pueblo de Samaría para prepararle alojamiento. Pero no lo recibieron porque se dirigía a Jerusalén. Cuando sus discípulos Santiago y Juan vieron esto, le dijeron: "Señor, ¿quieres que mandemos caer fuego del cielo para consumirlos?". Pero él se dio vuelta y los reprendió. Y se fueron a otro pueblo. Web: https://evangelio.mx Spotify: https://bit.ly/evangeliospotify Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/evangelioitunes Twitter: https://twitter.com/ViralEvangelio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ViralizandoElEvangelio Instagram: https://instagram.com/viralizandoelevangelio YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ViralizandoElEvangelio

Evangelio del Día
Evangelio de hoy, 27 de septiembre de 2022 | El amor absoluto a la Voluntad de Dios

Evangelio del Día

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 9:46


Evangelio según San Lucas 9,51-56. Cuando estaba por cumplirse el tiempo de su elevación al cielo, Jesús se encaminó decididamente hacia Jerusalén y envió mensajeros delante de él. Ellos partieron y entraron en un pueblo de Samaría para prepararle alojamiento. Pero no lo recibieron porque se dirigía a Jerusalén. Cuando sus discípulos Santiago y Juan vieron esto, le dijeron: "Señor, ¿quieres que mandemos caer fuego del cielo para consumirlos?". Pero él se dio vuelta y los reprendió. Y se fueron a otro pueblo. ________________ Además puedes escuchar el Evangelio diario en las siguientes plataformas: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2M0Ubx3Jh55B6W3b20c3GOApple podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/evangelio-del-d%C3%ADa/id1590423907 Para más información puede consultar nuestro sitio: https://www.vozcatolica.com o escríbanos a info@vozcatolica.com . Si quiere colaborar con este Apostolado lo puede hacer dirigiéndose a: https://vozcatolica.com/ayudanos

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar
Lucas 9, 51-56 - XXVI Martes del Tiempo Ordinario - Memoria san Vicente de Paúl

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 7:33


+ Evangelio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo según san Lucas 9, 51-56 Cuando estaba por cumplirse el tiempo de su elevación al cielo, Jesús se encaminó decididamente hacia Jerusalén y envió mensajeros delante de él. Ellos partieron y entraron en un pueblo de Samaría para prepararle alojamiento. Pero no lo recibieron porque se dirigía a Jerusalén. Cuando sus discípulos Santiago y Juan vieron esto, le dijeron: «Señor, ¿quieres que mandemos caer fuego del cielo para consumirlos?» Pero él se dio vuelta y los reprendió. Y se fueron a otro pueblo. Palabra del Señor.

Voices of Esalen
Mirrored Fatality: Non-Binary Kapampangan-Pilipinx and Pakistani-Muslim Duo on Healing Noise Punk

Voices of Esalen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 71:52


✧༺mirrored fatality is the nonbinary Kapampangan-Pilipinx and Pakistani-Muslim performance art duo of Mango and Samar, artists in residence at Esalen during the summer of 2021. Together we discuss the difference between non-binary and trans, how they share their rituals, altars, and medicine through DIT (Do It Together) experimental and healing noise punk, why punk as a genre is their musical choice, how fashion can be weaponized, why farming is a huge part of their lives and creative practice, how capitalism functions as the backdrop for their world, what an anti-imperialist education would look like, what they love about one another, how to educate, how they might react when they are misgendered, what they hope for Esalen's future, and much more. We play selections of several of their songs throughout this episode. To support Mango and Samar, head to their bandcamp and check out their music. https://mirroredfatality.bandcamp.com/music In their words: "mirrored fatality's performance activism allows them a safe space to release their bubbling, fermenting primal rage rooted in the settler colonialism, transphobia, racism, xenophobia, and intergenerational ancestral trauma they experience daily as nonbinary people of color. mirrored fatality's intentions for their art is for Queer Trans Black Indigenous People of Color to embody their rage, disrupt the silence and isolation from existing in a white supremacist capitalistic apocalyptic world, and harness collective care, catharsis, and holistic healing. Join them in imagining the future we've been fighting for and experience mirrored fatality's reflections to witness our highest, truest selves."

Inventors Helping Inventors
#232 - Airline worker invents an innovative shaving razor - Samar Anjum

Inventors Helping Inventors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 39:27


Alan interviews Samar Anjum. Samar Anjum got his first aha idea when he saw triangular plates on airlines. He decided to invent a better shaving razor. Today, his Freedom Razor allows men and women to use one handle for up to 45 different blades. Now, clients can change razors without having a cabinet full of handles. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Email: SamarAnjum@live.com  

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)
Día 222: Las dos hermanas (2022)

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:11


Samaría y Jerusalén, también nombradas Oholá y Oholibá por Yahvé, fueron hermosas en su juventud, pero se dejaron llevar por amantes idólatras. Se dejaron conquistar por hombres malos que hacían lo que desagrada a Yahvé y se prostituyeron con todos ellos. La hermana menor vio como se prostituía la mayor y, en lugar de enderezar su camino, se prostituyó aún peor que su hermana. Yahvé se irritó con sus hijas y las despojó de todo lo que tenían, pues le habían dado la espalda y se prostituyeron durante toda su juventud. Yahvé las revestiría de prendas finas pero no sin antes purificarlas por completo, destruyendo todo de ellas y volviéndolas a edificar desde cero... Hoy leemos Isaías 65; Ezequiel 23-24; Proverbios 13:21-25. A partir de enero del 2022, Fray Sergio Serrano, OP leerá toda la Biblia en 365 episodios. Además compartirá reflexiones y comentarios para ir conociendo más la Palabra de Dios al caminar por la Historia de la Salvación. https://ascensionpress.com/LaBibliaEnUnA%C3%B1o (Aquí puedes obtener más información) y el plan de lectura. Un poco más de https://ascensionpress.com/products/the-great-adventure-catholic-bible-spanish-edition (The Great Adventure Bible), la Biblia que seguirá el podcast de La Biblia en un Año: Codificación de colores para fácil referencia: Usa el famoso Sistema de Aprendizaje de la Cronología de la Biblia de The Great Adventure (“The Bible Timeline” ®️) creado por Jeff Cavins, experto en Sagradas Escrituras, y que es utilizado por cientos de miles de católicos para aprender a leer la Biblia. Artículos que te ayudan a comprender el panorama completo de la Historia de la Salvación. Recuadros con eventos clave que ayudan a identificar los puntos importantes en la Biblia. Cuadros detallados que ofrecen la visión panorámica de los personajes y eventos clave, las alianzas importantes, mapas y el contexto histórico. Mapas a todo color que ayudan a visualizar los lugares donde sucedieron las historias bíblicas.

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)
Día 217: Yahvé habla la historia de su hija Jerusalén (2022)

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:52


Ezequías habla las palabras de Yahvé a su hija Jerusalén. Nacida de padre amorreo y made hitita, a quien no se le cortó el cordón y no se le lavó con a gua para limpiarla. Jerusalen, hija expuesta en pleno campo porque daba repugnancia desde el día en que vino al mundo. Yahvé fue junto a ella y le dio vida para que se desarrollara y creciera. Jerusalén se convirtió en mujer, pero una mujer desnuda que se prostituía con quien podía. Jerusalén, hermana menor de Samaría y hermana mayor de Sodoma. Jerusalén siendo la hija más pervertida de todas. Pero Yahvé vuelve a ella y la purifica, restablece su belleza y la cubre con prendas finas. Yahvé restablece su alianza con su hija para que ésta vuelva a la vida... Hoy leemos Isaías 55-56; Ezequiel 16; Proverbios 13:1-4. A partir de enero del 2022, Fray Sergio Serrano, OP leerá toda la Biblia en 365 episodios. Además compartirá reflexiones y comentarios para ir conociendo más la Palabra de Dios al caminar por la Historia de la Salvación. https://ascensionpress.com/LaBibliaEnUnA%C3%B1o (Aquí puedes obtener más información) y el plan de lectura. Un poco más de https://ascensionpress.com/products/the-great-adventure-catholic-bible-spanish-edition (The Great Adventure Bible), la Biblia que seguirá el podcast de La Biblia en un Año: Codificación de colores para fácil referencia: Usa el famoso Sistema de Aprendizaje de la Cronología de la Biblia de The Great Adventure (“The Bible Timeline” ®️) creado por Jeff Cavins, experto en Sagradas Escrituras, y que es utilizado por cientos de miles de católicos para aprender a leer la Biblia. Artículos que te ayudan a comprender el panorama completo de la Historia de la Salvación. Recuadros con eventos clave que ayudan a identificar los puntos importantes en la Biblia. Cuadros detallados que ofrecen la visión panorámica de los personajes y eventos clave, las alianzas importantes, mapas y el contexto histórico. Mapas a todo color que ayudan a visualizar los lugares donde sucedieron las historias bíblicas.

Soy Claretiano
Lámpara para mis pasos 6/jul/2022

Soy Claretiano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 10:26


Lista de los discípulos apóstoles. Meditación del Evangelio según San Mateo 10, 1-7 por el biblista P. Norberto Padilla, misionero claretiano. Canción: Alma Misionera (2018), de Yuli y Josh ---------- Lectura del santo evangelio según san Mateo 10, 1-7 En aquel tiempo Jesús llamó a sus doce discípulos y les dio autoridad para expulsar espíritus inmundos y curar toda enfermedad y dolencia. Éstos son los nombres de los doce apóstoles: el primero, Simón, el llamado Pedro y su hermano Andrés; Santiago el Zebedeo y su hermano Juan; Felipe y Bartolomé, Tomás y Mateo, el publicano; Santiago el Alfeo, y Tadeo; Simón el fanático, y Judas Iscariote, el que lo entregó. A estos doce los envió Jesús con estas instrucciones: "No vayan a tierra de paganos, ni entren en las ciudades de Samaría, sino vayan a las ovejas descarriadas de Israel. Vayan y proclamen que el reino de los cielos está cerca." Palabra del Señor... Gloria a ti, Señor Jesús #SoyClaretiano #Evangelio #MisionerosClaretianos Música de introducción: Lámpara Es Tu Palabra, de Ain Karem

The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem
How Service Providers Can Engineer The Royal Treatment From Clients

The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 66:11


Do you continue to work with clients that undervalue and underpay you for your services? Being self employed comes with many obstacles, but a major one is overcoming self doubt in order to charge the rate you deserve and receive the royal treatment from clients. Today, we're talking with Samar Owais, an email conversion strategist and copywriter. Samar ​​specializes in creating email journeys that turn your subscribers into recurring customers. She does this by analyzing customer data, designing a conversion-focused email strategy, and writing email copy that speaks to your subscribers and free trial-ers but converts for you. Throughout her copywriting career, Samar has created an amazing work-life balance andlearned how to appropriately set boundaries to receive respect from clients. Tune in and listen to episode 30 of The Entrepreneur's Ecosystem. We talk to Samar about her experience growing her social media copywriting content, what she has learned since launching her course, two tactics that have changed her process working with clients, and more. You will even hear her answer to the ultimate copywriting question - is a 100% conversion rate possible?In This Episode, You Will Learn:What has led Samar to create her work life balance (9:54)About Samar's copywriting journey (15:25)About Samar's experience building her Twitter account (24:26)What Samar has learned since launching her course (37:14)Two tactics to ensure the royal treatment from clients (48:06)If Samar believes that 100% conversion rate is possible (55:36) Connect with SamarLinkedInWebsiteTwitterTell us what you want us to talk about:www.chantizak.com/feedbackFind Out Your Own Unfair Advantage:www.chantizak.com/unfairadvantage Connect with Chanti: WebsiteFacebookInstagramConnect with Dawn:WebsiteInstagramLinkedInSome of our quiz funnels:https://horizonfound.com/quizhttps://learn.kaysemorris.com/ceo-teacher-type-quizhttps://www.consciousconversion.com/quiz/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)
Día 183: Samaría cae en manos de sus enemigos (2022)

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 29:31


Oseas reinó en Israel, haciendo el mal ante los ojos de Yahvé, aunque no tanto como sus antepasados. Oseas brindaba tributo a Salmanasar, rey de Asiria, para mantener la paz. Oseas dejó traicionó al rey de Asiria y éste lo arrestó. El rey de Asiria conquistó Samaría. Yahvé entregó Samaría en manos de sus enemigos porque desde el comienzo fue rebelde a Dios y se postró ante falsos ídolos... Hoy leemos: 2 Reyes 17; Miqueas 5-7; Salmo 140. A partir de enero del 2022, Fray Sergio Serrano, OP leerá toda la Biblia en 365 episodios. Además compartirá reflexiones y comentarios para ir conociendo más la Palabra de Dios al caminar por la Historia de la Salvación. https://ascensionpress.com/LaBibliaEnUnA%C3%B1o (Aquí puedes obtener más información) y el plan de lectura. Un poco más de https://ascensionpress.com/products/the-great-adventure-catholic-bible-spanish-edition (The Great Adventure Bible), la Biblia que seguirá el podcast de La Biblia en un Año: Codificación de colores para fácil referencia: Usa el famoso Sistema de Aprendizaje de la Cronología de la Biblia de The Great Adventure (“The Bible Timeline” ®️) creado por Jeff Cavins, experto en Sagradas Escrituras, y que es utilizado por cientos de miles de católicos para aprender a leer la Biblia. Artículos que te ayudan a comprender el panorama completo de la Historia de la Salvación. Recuadros con eventos clave que ayudan a identificar los puntos importantes en la Biblia. Cuadros detallados que ofrecen la visión panorámica de los personajes y eventos clave, las alianzas importantes, mapas y el contexto histórico. Mapas a todo color que ayudan a visualizar los lugares donde sucedieron las historias bíblicas.

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)
Día 182: Miqueas profetiza contra Samaría y Jerusalén (2022)

La Biblia en un Año (con Fray Sergio Serrano, OP)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 29:49


Yahvé habla a Miqueas palabras contra Samaría y Jerusalén. Miqueas profetiza las palabras que recibió, comenzando con el juicio de Samaría, las lamentaciones que habrá por el juicio de Yahvé; habla contra los acaparadores, aquellos que planean injusticias y las ejecutan; habla contra los profetas, contra las palabras en vano que farfullarán; así como también habla palabras de esperanza; habla contra los malos gobernantes y los profetas corruptos, a todos ellos les anuncia la ruina. Miqueas profetiza el reino futuro de Yahvé... Hoy leemos: 2 Reyes 16; Miqueas 1-4; Salmo 139. A partir de enero del 2022, Fray Sergio Serrano, OP leerá toda la Biblia en 365 episodios. Además compartirá reflexiones y comentarios para ir conociendo más la Palabra de Dios al caminar por la Historia de la Salvación. https://ascensionpress.com/LaBibliaEnUnA%C3%B1o (Aquí puedes obtener más información) y el plan de lectura. Un poco más de https://ascensionpress.com/products/the-great-adventure-catholic-bible-spanish-edition (The Great Adventure Bible), la Biblia que seguirá el podcast de La Biblia en un Año: Codificación de colores para fácil referencia: Usa el famoso Sistema de Aprendizaje de la Cronología de la Biblia de The Great Adventure (“The Bible Timeline” ®️) creado por Jeff Cavins, experto en Sagradas Escrituras, y que es utilizado por cientos de miles de católicos para aprender a leer la Biblia. Artículos que te ayudan a comprender el panorama completo de la Historia de la Salvación. Recuadros con eventos clave que ayudan a identificar los puntos importantes en la Biblia. Cuadros detallados que ofrecen la visión panorámica de los personajes y eventos clave, las alianzas importantes, mapas y el contexto histórico. Mapas a todo color que ayudan a visualizar los lugares donde sucedieron las historias bíblicas.

Evangelio del día y su meditación
Evangelio del Domingo 26 de Junio. Lc. 9,51-62

Evangelio del día y su meditación

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 5:30


Lc 9,51-62. Cuando estaba por cumplirse el tiempo de su elevación al cielo, Jesús se encaminó decididamente hacia Jerusalén y envió mensajeros delante de él. Ellos partieron y entraron en un pueblo de Samaría para prepararle alojamiento. Pero no lo recibieron porque se dirigía a Jerusalén. Cuando sus discípulos Santiago y Juan vieron esto, le dijeron: "Señor, ¿quieres que mandemos caer fuego del cielo para consumirlos?". Pero él se dio vuelta y los reprendió. Y se fueron a otro pueblo. Mientras iban caminando, alguien le dijo a Jesús: "¡Te seguiré adonde vayas!". Jesús le respondió: "Los zorros tienen sus cuevas y las aves del cielo sus nidos, pero el Hijo del hombre no tiene dónde reclinar la cabeza". Y dijo a otro: "Sígueme". El respondió: "Permíteme que vaya primero a enterrar a mi padre". Pero Jesús le respondió: "Deja que los muertos entierren a sus muertos; tú ve a anunciar el Reino de Dios". Otro le dijo: "Te seguiré, Señor, pero permíteme antes despedirme de los míos". Jesús le respondió: "El que ha puesto la mano en el arado y mira hacia atrás, no sirve para el Reino de Dios". Voz y Meditación Fr Pedro Brassesco. www.rosariodelaaurora.org

Mindset First Podcast
When No One Looks Like You: A Powerful Success Story with Samar Owais

Mindset First Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 38:33


So, how do you succeed in business when no one else looks like you in your industry. That's the question my guest Samar Owais tackles on today - she is a self described brown, Hijabi wearing, non-native English speaking Muslim woman who has found some impressive growth in her field, but it hasn't always been easy. Today we talk about the unique challenges she's faced in business, her own head trash around it and some of the strategies she's used to get ahead. I've known Samar for a few years now and to watch her grow has been impressive - not naturally quiet or shy, watching her step into her own self - unapologetically has been something fun to witness. I think she was perhaps reserved taking the world in as we all sometimes do - but now, she boldly and proudly talks about who she is and what she brings to the table. Whether you're Muslim, brown, white or something entirely different - the biggest takeaway from this episode is how to really stand in who you are - no matter how different the world you live in might feel.

Easy German
293: Anzeige ist raus!

Easy German

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 33:16 Very Popular


In unserem letzten Video ging es um Jugendsprache und Slangwörter. Cari ist genervt von den Kommentaren der Sprachhüter, die den Einfluss des Englischen auf die deutsche Sprache bemängeln. Außerdem sprechen wir noch einmal über die Polizei in Deutschland, denn diese wurde von einer bekannten deutschen Late Night Show "getestet". Das Ergebnis? "Die Polizei ist nicht im Internet." Dann beantworten wir noch, ob wir Obst aus dem Supermarkt waschen, wie man im Straßenverkehr per Lichthupe kommuniziert und wie wir mit Schuldgefühlen umgehen.   Transkript und Vokabelhilfe Werde ein Easy German Mitglied und du bekommst unsere Vokabelhilfe, ein interaktives Transkript und Bonusmaterial zu jeder Episode: easygerman.org/membership   Follow-up: Polizei in Deutschland ZDF Magazin Royale: Wo die deutsche Polizei bei der Verfolgung von Straftaten im Internet versagt (YouTube) tatütata.fail   Das nervt: Sprachhüter German Slang Only Young People Use(Easy German 453) Which Words Did English Take From Other Languages? (dictionary.com) William the Conqueror Dialekte und Sprachvielfalt im Deutschen(Easy German Podcast 194)   Eure Fragen Kee aus Indien fragt: In welchen Situationen rufen Deutsche die Polizei? Und: Muss man Obst aus dem Supermarkt waschen? Samar aus Ägypten fragt: Darf man einen Hund oder eine Katze in der Wohnung halten, ohne den Vermieter zu fragen? Nery aus Argentinien fragt: Gibt es eine "Sprache der Autolichter" in Deutschland? Pegah aus dem Iran fragt: Wie geht ihr mit Schuldgefühlen um? Hast du eine Frage an uns? Auf easygerman.fm kannst du uns schreiben oder uns eine Audio-Datei schicken.   Wichtige Vokabeln in dieser Episode die Anzeige: Meldung einer Straftat bei der Polizei gelingen: funktionieren, erfolgreich sein der Sprachhüter: Person, die die nicht möchte, dass sich eine Sprache verändert das Lehnwort: "geliehenes" Wort aus einer Sprache, das in einer anderen Sprache übernommen und angepasst wurde das Fernlicht: Scheinwerfer am Auto, die sehr starkes Licht nach vorne ausstrahlen die Lichthupe: mit den Scheinwerfern am Auto kurze Lichtsignale geben; nur in Ausnahmesituationen erlaubt das Schuldgefühl: schlechtes Gewissen; Gefühl der Reue und Schuld nach einem Fehler etwas bereuen: etwas bedauern; etwas ungeschehen machen wollen   Support Easy German and get interactive transcripts, live vocabulary and bonus content: easygerman.org/membership

Bad Faith
Episode 179 - The Somalia Proxy (w/ Samar Al Bulushi)

Bad Faith

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 46:37


Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock our full premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast   Briahna speaks to Samar Al Bulushi, UC Irvine professor with a focus on imperialism, East Africa, & geopolitics, about Biden's choice to recommit troops to Somalia following Trump's withdrawal. It's everything you really wanted to understand about US imperialism in Africa that you can't get from seven minute news segments. Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube for video of this episode. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Armand Aviram. Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands).

Estamos Juntas  |
Ep101- Doctora Samar Yorde: Aprende A Vivir Sin Ansiedad

Estamos Juntas |

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 47:36


No soy una persona ansiosa. Pero muchas veces te confieso que me agarra la ansiedad y creo que no puedo más. Se me aprieta el pecho, comienzo a sudar, tengo náuseas, y hasta me quedo paralizada. Otras veces simplemente me abrumo tanto que me cuesta concretar una acción o mantener un pensamiento coherente.¿Qué puedes hacer cuando esto te sucede? ¿Cómo identificar esos momentos en que eres un manojo de nervios e inseguridades? No te preocupes, hermana, que con este episodio junto a la Dra. Samar Yorde vamos a responder todas esas preguntas. Y más. Dale play.Hermana, ¿sientes que tu vida no está como te gustaría? ¿Tienes problemas en tus relaciones personales, de trabajo o no tienes claro a qué te quieres dedicar? Haz hecho de todo para salir de esa situación y aun así no lo has logrado.He reunido a un grupo de coaches y terapeutas que te pueden guiar si estás viviendo una situación como esta. Totalmente gratuito y confidencial para mujeres que viven en Cuba. Para comenzar a recibir ayuda, solo pincha el link a continuación: https://www.camilaarteche.com/formulario-fundacion/ Marcas de tiempo[01:02] Episodios de ansiedad[10:15] Vengo de vivir todo de lo que hablo[17:35] ¿Hay ansiedad buena?[27:20] Estoy tan ocupada que no reconozco mi ansiedad[35:03] La importancia de tener una mente serena Recursos útilesWeb: www.camilaarteche.com ¡SÍGUEME!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camila_arteche/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camila_arteche/ ――――――――――――――――――――Suscríbete y valora mi Podcast ★★★★★――――――――――――――――――――

The Blacklist Exposed
BLE208 - S9E19 - The Bear Mask

The Blacklist Exposed

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 50:03 Very Popular


Aram is under a lot of pressure as the new head of the task force. Some may say the job is unBEARable.  He is BEARly keeping it together so he decides to take a little trip into his subconscious.       Support the Show! Be sure to #FillTheFedora on Patreon. Case Profile for The Bear Mask Aram is feeling the pressure of the job. But he is also suffering from underlying guilt surrounding Samar, Liz, Agnes, and fears that he is going to get everyone killed that is under his command.  The weight of the job causes Aram to realize that he is a depressed and a little anxious so he seeks out a friend of Mr. Hohman aka Red, a doctor who deals in psychedelic hypnosis.  Aram hopes to confront his issues and get himself back on track.     Elsewere Cooper and Ressler look more into LaCroix before coming up with a dead end in LaCroix's wife however they do catch a break on the woman found dead in the blast at the Kaplan meetup point.  Turns out It wasn't Kaplan at the meetup but her sister but since she is now dead she was just as much a victim as Liz, Cooper and Red.  Meecha and Samar also make a return appearance. Be sure to answer our profiling question of the week: What is your confidence level the big bad is Marvin Gerard? Visit our feedback page to leave a response or call +1 (304) 837-2278.  Music For The Bear Mask During Aram's first trip into his mind we hear "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong. This song pops up a few more times in the episode as well.  On his second trip through the rabbit hole we hear "Where Is My Mind" by the Pixies.   You can hear these songs via the official Blacklist playlist on Spotify or the same playlist recreated by us on Apple Music.  The Bear Mask in Pictures Here are a just a few of our favorite scenes from this week. Keep Connected Each week of The Blacklist Exposed will take a deep look at both the minor and major plot lines to this fantastic series. Be sure to subscribe and review us in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or through whichever podcast app you prefer. Also check out our other Golden Spiral Media Podcasts. A special thanks to Veruca Crews for creating our podcast cover art. If you love it, be sure to check out the rest of her Blacklist and other artwork on her tumblr page. Thanks for listening! We'll talk to you soon. In the meantime, be sure to keep yourself off, The Blacklist.  Send Us Feedback: Check out our Feedback Form! Call our voicemail: (304)837-2278 Email Us Connect With Us: Facebook Community Twitter Instagram Tumblr Troy's Twitter Aaron's Twitter Subscribe to The Blacklist Exposed: Apple Podcasts,  Google Podcasts,  Spotify,  Pandora,  RSS Feed

Finanzas Orgánicas
Ep 119 | Bienestar físico y equilibro financiero con Samar Yorde

Finanzas Orgánicas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 66:38


El bienestar físico es uno de los pilares fundamentales para tener un equilibrio financiero y evitar el estrés que puede causar tanto daño a nuestra salud. Para llevar una vida acorde con nuestro propósito, debemos cuidarnos, ya que nuestros ingresos dependen de nosotros mismos. Por esto, es de suma importancia que nos cuidemos, tanto a nivel físico como mental, para mantener una vida balanceada y que posibles enfermedades no lleguen afectar nuestra rutina y nuestro camino de crecimiento. Este episodio de Despierta Tus Finanzas Podcast, conversamos con Samar Yorde (@soysaludable) sobre la salud física, por qué despertamos la conciencia al pasar por situaciones difíciles, cuál es la importancia de la prevención, cuál es la importancia de complementar la alimentación con la reducción de estrés y cuáles son las cinco áreas de equilibrio necesarias para tu bienestar. Recomendaciones: 1. Página web de Samar Yorde: www.soysaludable.com 2. Cursos de consumo rápido: Dieta Anti-Inflamatoria, Ayuno Intermitente y Rejuvenece en 30 días. ¿Te gustó el episodio? Déjame un rating ★★★★★ y review al podcast. Así juntos construimos una comunidad de inteligencia financiera más fuerte. _________ ¡Evolucionamos! Ahora somos Despierta Tus Finanzas podcast. Escucha nuestros episodios anteriores bajo el nombre de Finanzas Orgánicas. Descarga GRATIS nuestro e-book "Retos y Caminos hacia el Bienestar Financiero" Si buscas mejorar tu gestión de dinero, únete a nosotros en el programa Despierta Tus Finanzas™ Únete a nuestra comunidad en Instagram: @juliofinance | @fintelhub Visita la web de Fintelhub