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Wisdom of the Sages
770: Get Off the Mental Platform & Identify as a Soul!

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 57:06


get off the mental platform and start identifying as a soul! / he who can control the mind is in charge / Mr. Spock - “we can control the mind, therefore we can control the pain” / “To give free rein to the senses is to shackle the soul.” ― Theoleptos /  “The ignorant man passes through the world dead to all pleasures, save those of the senses.” - “Sammy” Smiles / kindness and simplicity! / the great yogis understood that ahimsa requires a vegetarian diet / yoga means following, not making it up / elevate the mind by remembering Krishna's character and pastimes / follow the yoga regulations without criticizing others / reprograming the mind through tolerating the dualities SB 4.22.24

Wisdom of the Sages
769: I'm Better than This! (The Bittersweet Flavor of Self Disgust)

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 59:10


human beings are sensation-receiving machines / people have little access to the possible world existing beyond their sensations - or do they? / after the indulgence  - how do you feel? / there's bitter sweetness in self-disgust  / the mind is living in the glue trap of desire / material pleasure is chewing the chewed - spiritual pleasure has newer and newer flavors /  Yamunacarya's devotion is reignited / I'm better than this! / trade in small L love for big L Love / I don't want to live in a hope to enjoy life- I want to enjoy life / the cotton candy of material enjoyment leads to nausea / the satisfaction of serving SB 4.22.22-23

Wisdom of the Sages
769: I'm Better than This! (The Bittersweet Flavor of Self Disgust)

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 59:10


human beings are sensation-receiving machines / people have little access to the possible world existing beyond their sensations - or do they? / after the indulgence  - how do you feel? / there's bitter sweetness in self-disgust  / the mind is living in the glue trap of desire / material pleasure is chewing the chewed - spiritual pleasure has newer and newer flavors /  Yamunacarya's devotion is reignited / I'm better than this! / trade in small L love for big L Love / I don't want to live in a hope to enjoy life- I want to enjoy life / the cotton candy of material enjoyment leads to nausea / the satisfaction of serving SB 4.22.22-23

The Real News Podcast
How Georgia's Latinx community is seeking to ‘out-organize' voter suppression

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:23


Georgians went to the polls in record numbers during the May 24 primary ahead of the crucial 2022 midterm elections, despite renewed GOP efforts to suppress the votes of the state's communities of color. Passed in the wake of the 2020 elections, inspired in large part by former President Trump's baseless claims of election fraud, Georgia's SB 202 (the Election Integrity Act of 2021) is perhaps the most egregious example of Republicans' nationwide efforts to roll back voting rights through a flurry of restrictive voting laws. Such laws disproportionately impact people in low-income communities and communities of color, and they are being passed at a moment when the power of communities of color to shape election outcomes is rapidly increasing. Case in point: Georgia's Latinx community has grown by 30% over the past decade and now comprises 10% of the state's population. In this on-the-ground report for our special series “Defending Democracy in the 2022 Midterm Elections,” TRNN's Jaisal Noor and Jeffrey Moustache speak with organizers from the Georgia Alliance of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO), an advocacy group that helps Latinx voters unlock their political power, about how they are working to “out-organize voter suppression” by mobilizing and empowering the state's Latinx community.Read the transcript of this report: https://therealnews.com/how-georgias-latinx-community-is-working-to-out-organize-voter-suppressionPre-Production/Studio: Jaisal Noor, Jeffrey MoustachePost-Production: Jaisal Noor, Jeffrey Moustache, Cameron GranadinoThis story is part of a series that was made possible with the support of the Solutions Journalism Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to rigorous and compelling reporting about responses to social problems.Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Tech Policy Podcast
#323: Florida & Texas vs. the Internet

Tech Policy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:47


Last year, Florida and Texas passed draconian social media speech regulations. Each law violates the First Amendment, and, not surprisingly, each was blocked by a federal trial court. On appeal, however, things got weird. Although one appellate court affirmed most of the ruling against Florida's law (SB 7072), another let Texas's (HB 20) go into immediate effect. In an emergency order, the Supreme Court re-blocked the Texas law—for now. A further ruling by the justices, probably next year, is all but inevitable. TechFreedom's Corbin Barthold and Ari Cohn break down the situation. For more, see a recent article by Corbin, “Trumpism on the Bench?,” published at The Bulwark; a recent article by TechFreedom's Berin Szóka, “Mass Shooting Videos Are Protected Under These Awful Laws,” published at The Daily Beast; and Corbin's and Berin's joint essay “No, Florida Can't Regulate Online Speech,” published at Lawfare.

Wisdom of the Sages
767: I'm Born, I Forget My True Identity

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 56:13


I'm born, I forget my true identity, I get caught up in the drama, I expire before I learn my lessons, I'm born / our nature is to be attracted, it's just a question of what we're attracted to / the ultimate goal for the welfare of human society is detachment from the bodily concept of life and increased and steadfast attachment for Krishna / Krishna is a magnet, we are the iron, our false designations are the rust SB 4.22.18 - 22

Wisdom of the Sages
767: I'm Born, I Forget My True Identity

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 56:13


I'm born, I forget my true identity, I get caught up in the drama, I expire before I learn my lessons, I'm born / our nature is to be attracted, it's just a question of what we're attracted to / the ultimate goal for the welfare of human society is detachment from the bodily concept of life and increased and steadfast attachment for Krishna / Krishna is a magnet, we are the iron, our false designations are the rust SB 4.22.18 - 22

Listen Up and Fuggin' Listen
Ep. 28 - Pills, Thrills, and Chills

Listen Up and Fuggin' Listen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 42:37


In this episode, Philly Mark and Cody discuss getting ghosted, that guy John Benet Ramsey, and a bunch. of other dumb shit. 

Physical Activity Researcher
Personalised Exercise Prescription - P3-EX algorithm - Prof Linda Pescatello (Pt2)

Physical Activity Researcher

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 33:38


Dr. Pescatello is Distinguished Professor of Kinesiology at the University of Connecticut (UConn). She holds joint appointments in the Departments of Allied Health Sciences, Nutritional Sciences, and Physiology and Neurobiology at UConn, and the Department of Community Medicine and Health Care at the UConn School of Medicine. Her research focuses on exercise prescription to optimize health benefits — particularly among adults with hypertension and overweight and obesity — and on genetic and clinical determinants of the response of health-related phenotypes to exercise, particularly blood pressure and muscle strength. Dr. Pescatello was an associate editor of the eighth edition of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, is Senior Editor of the ninth edition of the ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, and recently served as an expert panel and writing team member on an update of the ACSM's exercise pre-participation health screening recommendations. She has authored over 150 manuscripts, 4 books, and 16 book chapters, and has had numerous grants funded by UConn, the American Heart Association, the National Dairy Council, NIH, and USDA. Dr. Pescatello has served in multiple leadership roles for ACSM. Twitter handles of institutions: @UConnCAHNR, @UConnResearch, @UConn --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Monitoring Learn more about Fibion: fibion.com/research --- Collect, store and manage SB and PA data easily and remotely - Discover new Fibion SENS Motion: https://sens.fibion.com/

Boardroom Governance with Evan Epstein
Ana Dutra: "Think of Your Board Journey As Any Career."

Boardroom Governance with Evan Epstein

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 52:20


0:00 Intro.1:45 Start of interview.2:40 Ana's "origin story". She was born and raised in Rio do Janeiro, Brazil. She got degrees in law and economics, and started her career in sales at IBM in Brazil in the mid-1980s. In 1992 she moved to the U.S. to get an MBA at Northwestern University. That led to a career of over 30 years in technology, M&A and global business transformations. A couple of years ago she retired from her last job as CEO, and she embarked in her board "portfolio career": public, private and non-profit boards, in addition to teaching and doing some advisory work for CEOs.4:55 Her advice for aspiring directors: "Think of your board journey as any career." She started serving on non-profit boards and worked her way up to private and public companies. Her first public company board was CME Group. She's served on 7 public company boards, plus many private and non-profit boards.7:46 Distinctions on serving on public/private/non-profit boards ("even within those buckets there are significant differences.") Her other current public company boards: First Internet Bancorp (NASDAQ: INBK), Carparts.com (NASDAQ: PRTS); Amyris (NASDAQ: AMRS), and Pembina Pipeline (NYSE: PBA). When she thinks about board opportunities, she thinks about three things:Is she aligned with the mission/vision of the company and what it stands for.Does she have the skills, experience, credentials and competencies to add value to the board.Does she like the people (other board members).12:56 Her experience serving on the board of Eletrobras, a major Brazilian state-owned power generation company. "There is always a give and take --what you offer and what you learn-- and that to me is what makes board service so interesting."16:27 Her thoughts on the evolution of ESG and DEI. Her article "Cutting Through the ESG Noise: A Practical Framework for Corporate Boards" with Cigdem Oktem, Regional Leader, EY Center for Board Matters.22:15 Her thoughts on boardroom diversity, SB-826 and AB-979 getting struck down in California Courts. "I wish we didn't have to rely on quotas, but the truth is that when left in the hands of nom/gov chairs, board chairs and companies and executives, [progress] was just not happening.""All I can hope for is that some halo effect [since SB-826] has demonstrated that having diversity and inclusion on boards is a good business practice."24:41 On the progress of Latinos on boards. She serves on the board of the Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA), co-Chairs its Latino Corporate Directors Educational Foundation (LCDEF) that delivers on the BoardReady Institute (BRI).28:20 On the politicization of boards. "Over the last three years there has been extreme politicization globally, not only in the U.S." "I am a big proponent of full disclosure on where you stand as an institution and/or corporation."32:18 Her thoughts on Coinbase's position (a "mission driven company") and Salesforce (strong proponent of stakeholder capitalism). "Both companies took a stand, and that is what's important."34:52 Her take on governance practices in the tech industry. On the role of experience and self-awareness in leadership.37:17 Discussion of founder-led tech companies, governance consequences, and reverse bias discrimination. "Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity but cash is reality." "Sometimes there is too much of a good thing." "What is lacking is appreciation and respect for experience."44:52 The 3 books that have greatly influenced her life:Man's Search for Meaning, by Viktor Frankl (1946)The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho (1988)Exodus, by Leon Uris  (1958)46:06- Who were your mentors, and what did you learn from them? "I have had so many, I apply a 360 mentorship model" "I crave feedback and mentorship all the time."47:05 - Are there any quotes you think of often or live your life by? "When contemplating an opportunity, if you don't foresee the possibility of death, bankruptcy or prison, then go for it!""Always think about how to pay it forward" (good karma)Particularly for women who suffer from imposter syndrome: "Remember that you're seeing people from the outside where they seem so confident but you don't know what they are feeling on the inside, so do your thing, walk in confident, don't worry too much about outside influence."49:16- An unusual habit or an absurd thing that she loves: "Melting chocolate and top it with yogurt or nuts to pretend that it's healthy." Reality TV, she's watched every season of the Survivor!50:30 - The living person she most admires: her middle sister, a pediatrician in Brazil, "probably the most knowledgeable, powerful and yet so humble and generous."Ana Dutra is an experienced CEO, business advisor and corporate director of publicly traded, family-owned and private corporations. As CEO of Korn Ferry Consulting, Ana led the global the Board  Effectiveness practice. Ana currently serves as corporate director at the CME Group (NASDAQ: CME), First Internet Bancorp (NASDAQ: INBK), Carparts.com (NASDAQ: PRTS); Amyris (NASDAQ: AMRS), and Pembina Pipeline (NYSE: PBA). She also serves on the Board of the Latino Corporate Directors Association and co-Chairs its Educational Foundation Board. __ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter: @evanepsteinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack: https://evanepstein.substack.com/__Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License 

Wisdom of the Sages
766: Pure Speech and the Quality of Hanuman's Words

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 55:02


it's degrading for a brave, intelligent creature to waste time arguing with an ass / pointless argument is a disqualification for Vrindavan consciousness / if we knew how precarious our situation was we'd do something / good karma can be bad, bad karma can be good / our speech should be meaningful, appropriate, concise and sweet / the quality of Hunuman's speech / society has lost appreciation for quality speech SB 4.22.15-17

Wisdom of the Sages
766: Pure Speech and the Quality of Hanuman's Words

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 55:02


it's degrading for a brave, intelligent creature to waste time arguing with an ass / pointless argument is a disqualification for Vrindavan consciousness / if we knew how precarious our situation was we'd do something / good karma can be bad, bad karma can be good / our speech should be meaningful, appropriate, concise and sweet / the quality of Hunuman's speech / society has lost appreciation for quality speech SB 4.22.15-17

Susanna Beth'a™ Touching Lives with Life and Light
Last Sunday Speciale: You and Your Space

Susanna Beth'a™ Touching Lives with Life and Light

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 10:15


Trust service was great today and if today happens to be Thanksgiving, I hope your dancing shoes weren't dozing. Do you know there's something amazing about you and your space? I mean that space you share with others consciously or unknowingly. Have you discovered these things? Listen to today's episode on Sunday Podcast with SB and be fired up --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/susanna-betha/message

Sports Talk Saturday with Sal Capaccio
STS HR 2 - Have the Bengals improved enough to make it back to the SB?

Sports Talk Saturday with Sal Capaccio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 40:00


06-25 STS HR 2 - Nate dives into the AFC North and specifically the Cincinnati Bengals to see if they can make it back to the SB.

ISKCON of DC
SB 8.16.21 To 8.16.62 Lecture: Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 8 Chapter16

ISKCON of DC

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 81:03


SB 8.16.21 To 8.16.62 Lecture: Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 8 Chapter16 by ISKCON of DC

SlothBoogie Podcast
SlothBoogie Guestmix #341 - Outplay

SlothBoogie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 60:00


Outplay is a record label focused on the deeper side of house music, run by two Dutch producers, Hans Peeman (Junktion) and Daniël Leseman, otherwise known as Fouk. No doubt you'll be familiar with their work, and we've been big fans of their output for years here at SB. To celebrate their latest release from Sofatalk & XL Regular, we've invited them to provide a showcase of the sounds you can expect to find on their imprint, and provide an insight into what resonates with them at the label. “In light of our latest release by Sofatalk & XL Regular we've put together a mix which blends all goodness from Jazz, Funk and House, including two tracks of their Afro Quarters EP and some brand new promo's by the likes of Demi Riquísimo, KX9000 and The Sunburst Band….” Label: @outplay

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates
Episode 38: Episode 38 – New Property Insurance Reforms

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 35:32


The Florida Legislature in a May special session passed a series of reforms to help stabilize a property insurance market that has seen a growing number of carriers stop writing business or becoming insolvent.  Homeowners rates keep growing by double-digits and coverage is increasingly difficult to obtain. Former Florida Deputy Insurance Commissioner Lisa Miller talks with a lawmaker who was one of the handful of leaders behind the reforms and the head of a litigation analytics firm on whether the two new laws will help re-right the marketplace and lower homeowners rates - and what further reform is most needed next. Show NotesFlorida's newest property insurance and consumer reforms build on legislation passed in 2019 and 2021.  The two new laws (SB 2-D & SB 4-D) target excessive litigation, contractor solicitation abuse, and provide $2 billion in no-cost reinsurance coverage to carriers to improve the affordability and availability of insurance coverage.  More than 12 companies have stopped writing new business since January.  Another seven companies have become insolvent since 2019 - six in just the past 12 months.  “This was a matter of first aid to save a dying patient, which was Florida's property insurance market but there's absolutely still more to do,” said Representative David Smith (R-Winter Springs) who supported the two bills that became law and took effective immediately on May 26, 2022.  “There are some homeowners that the legislation is going to help immediately.  But longer term, I think homeowners will see lower rates and an impact of the rates going up less because of the stabilization of the market….we're on the right track.”According to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners' data, as reported by state Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier, Florida has 9% of all homeowners insurance claims in the US yet has 79% of all homeowners insurance claims lawsuits.  The number of property insurance lawsuits in the state has increased 363% in the past nine years.  The current excesses are driven by fraudulent roof claims.  “A lot of the new measures are litigation related with the intent that either the laws will reduce the lawsuit amounts or reduce the cost of each lawsuit to the insurance industry, which would then translate to lower insurance premiums for Floridians,” said Wesley Todd, CEO of CaseGlide, a Tampa-based litigation analytics and software firm serving the insurance industry.  He noted the real question is exactly when rates will come down given the reforms will take time to be reflected in renewal policies over the coming months.  Insurance companies and their reinsurers will then want to see “years of data” that suggests litigation costs are under control.  “I believe that lawmakers still have one more thing left to do, which is get rid of the attorney fees statute, which is the structure that incentivizes attorneys to sue insurance companies.  I think until they do that, we won't actually start to see rates for Floridians decrease.”Florida's attorney fees statute (627.428 f.s.) requires an insurance company pay attorney fees when the policyholder prevails in a lawsuit against the company.  It has helped in catastrophes such as 1992's devastating Hurricane Andrew, to encourage representation “so that consumers would have a level playing field,” host Miller said.  “What has happened is that there are contractors who use that statute to their own benefit and will have their favorite partner, a plaintiff lawyer, and they become a team, once the consumer is kind of marginalized, if you will.”Rep. Smith said the new reforms prohibit awards of attorney fees to contractors or other assignees of an Assignment of Benefits (AOB) contract.  “Again, we've got to do more.  And the legislature never wants to deny the consumer, that homeowner the ability to get an attorney and be represented and get their day in court,” he said.  While Florida has weather issues to deal with that can impact insurance rates, “it's the litigation costs that are driving these rates up and why reinsurance companies don't want to take the actuarial risk of having all this litigation in Florida.  It's not the hurricanes they fear, it's the trial lawyer,” Rep. Smith said.Todd agreed and said the “surgical approach” the legislature rightfully utilized in the 2019 and 2021 reforms was meant to solve the litigation problem without getting rid of the attorney fees statue, but that hasn't worked.  “If we put a lot of loopholes and obstacles in front of the plaintiff attorneys, but they get paid to jump through those loopholes because they get paid for all their attorney fees, then are they really obstacles?  They're things that actually create more revenue for the attorneys because they're being paid to jump through hoops,” Todd argued.“It's not the $35,000 roof that is the burden on the insurance company,” added Rep. Smith.  “It's the $150,000 or $200,000 in attorney fees that they get paid.  That's what creates the litigation risk.”  He discussed his idea of creating a blue ribbon commission to meet outside the time constraints of the legislature's annual 60-day session and five weeks of prior committee meetings to collect data, benchmark other states' efforts, and “to get everybody that has a vested interest in solving the problem to everybody that's part of the problem to come together to be part of the solution,” Rep. Smith said.  In the meantime, Senator Jim Boyd (R-Bradenton) who chairs the Insurance and Banking Committee is expected to hold workshops this summer to provide more information and data that some lawmakers complained they didn't have during the special session.Host Miller and her guests also discussed what wasn't in the new reform laws: Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, the state-created and taxpayer-backed “insurer of last resort.”  Its policy count is rapidly approaching one million as private insurance companies have gone insolvent or shed policies because of underwriting losses.  It under-market rates and growing policy count burden will subject the rest of Florida's policyholders across almost all insurance lines (including automobile & surplus lines) to pay a special assessment if Citizens runs out of money to pay claims, as it did during the spate of 8 hurricanes during the 2004-2005 season.Host Miller agreed with both of her guests that the legislature needs to eliminate the attorney fees statute.  She said lawmakers should also go beyond the roof deductible option that consumers can access as part of the new law and instead require actual cash value for roof replacement as 40 other states do.  She also advocates for elimination of AOB contracts and reform of the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund that could save homeowners an estimated average $150 a year on their premium.Links and Resources Mentioned in this EpisodeCaseGlideRepresentative David SmithSB 2-D & SB 4-D (bills covering the 2022 reforms)Final Special Session 2022 Florida Legislature Bill Watch (Lisa Miller & Associates)Florida Statutes section 627.428 (on attorney fees)Top 20 Attorneys Filing Property Insurance Lawsuits - 2022 Q1 (Florida Department of Financial Services, April 2022)Florida Insurance Industry's Litigation, 2013-2021 (Citizens Property Insurance Corporation)Top 10 Florida Domestic Insurers Net Income Losses (from Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, March 2022)Private Insurance Industry Cumulative Rate Filings 2020-2021 (from Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, March 2022)Florida's 2019 AOB Reform (HB 7065) (Lisa Miller & Associates)Florida's 2021 Litigation & Solicitation Reform (SB 76) (Lisa Miller & Associates)Florida's 2022 Litigation Reform & Consumer Protections (SB 2-D & SB 4-D) (Lisa Miller & Associates)CFO/Department of Financial Services Insurance Consumer Helpline (1-877-693-5236)** The Listener Call-In Line for your recorded questions and comments to air in future episodes is 850-388-8002 or you may send email to LisaMiller@LisaMillerAssociates.com **The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates, brings you the latest developments in Property & Casualty, Healthcare, Workers' Compensation, and Surplus Lines insurance from around the Sunshine State.  Based in the state capital of Tallahassee, Lisa Miller & Associates provides its clients with focused, intelligent, and cost conscious solutions to their business development, government consulting, and public relations needs.  On the web at www.LisaMillerAssociates.com or call 850-222-1041.  Your questions, comments, and suggestions are welcome!  Date of Recording 6/22/2022. Email via info@LisaMillerAssociates.com   Composer: www.TeleDirections.com  © Copyright 2017-2022 Lisa Miller & Associates, All Rights Reserved 

Wisdom of the Sages
763: Mental Concoction & the Woo-Tang Clan (sic)

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 56:57


gratitude - start with thanking the sun / if you look to others for fulfillment, you will never be fulfilled / the ungrateful are getting owned by the world / a grateful mind is a great mind / gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder / freedom comes from simplicity / good & bad are concoctions of the mind / resetting the impulsive mind with the intellect / what is woo for one is woe for the other SB 4.22.14

Wisdom of the Sages
763: Mental Concoction & the Woo-Tang Clan (sic)

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 56:57


gratitude - start with thanking the sun / if you look to others for fulfillment, you will never be fulfilled / the ungrateful are getting owned by the world / a grateful mind is a great mind / gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder / freedom comes from simplicity / good & bad are concoctions of the mind / resetting the impulsive mind with the intellect / what is woo for one is woe for the other SB 4.22.14

TNT Radio
Denise Aguilar on Deprogram with Michael Parker - 22 June 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 55:12


GUEST OVERVIEW: Denise Aguilar is a woman who goes the distance, not only does she have her hand in Lexit as the NorCal chapter leader, she is also co founder of Freedom Angels, president of San Joaquin Liberty Coalition, and founder of Mamalitia. In 2019 to oppose SB 876 she locked arms alongside so many families fighting for their health rights and held the line.

Wisdom of the Sages
761: Honoring the Masters

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 57:57


“Forget injuries, never forget kindness.” - Confucius / getting even with those who have helped you / regulating practices of gratitude / Bhagavatam asks us to mature from ritualistic consciousness, to the level of seeing God in others / clarity of vision is maintained through faith, austerity, scriptural conclusions, full sense and mind control, and meditation / the Vedas are compared to a mirror because they reveal everything about the world / may good behavior be my wealth / honoring the masters SB 4.21.41-49

Wisdom of the Sages
761: Honoring the Masters

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 57:57


“Forget injuries, never forget kindness.” - Confucius / getting even with those who have helped you / regulating practices of gratitude / Bhagavatam asks us to mature from ritualistic consciousness, to the level of seeing God in others / clarity of vision is maintained through faith, austerity, scriptural conclusions, full sense and mind control, and meditation / the Vedas are compared to a mirror because they reveal everything about the world / may good behavior be my wealth / honoring the masters SB 4.21.41-49

The Rubin Report
Dave Chappelle Gets a Major Win as Tide Turns Against Trans Activism | DIRECT MESSAGE

The Rubin Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 45:10


Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Dave Chappelle defeating the woke, the Navy's gender pronouns training video, FINA banning transgender athletes, Kamala Harris' recent bizarre interview, and much more. First, Dave discusses Dave Chappelle's success against his critics and getting a theater named after him. Meanwhile, California parents gave impassioned speeches against SB 107 and the dangers of gender affirmation surgery. Is this a sign that the tide is turning against trans activists? Joe Scarborough talked to Ibram X. Kendi about how children as young as 3 are already learning racist beliefs. Finally, things are looking pretty bad for a Biden 2024 presidential run, as Larry Summers predicts a recession in the near future. Today's Sponsors: Real Estate Agents I Trust - Don't make buying or selling a home more stressful than it needs to be. Find the best real estate agents in your area. Go to https://realestateagentsitrust.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Physical Activity Researcher
Analytical Approaches of Accelerometry - Dr Jairo Hidalgo Migueles (Pt2)

Physical Activity Researcher

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 32:03


Dr Jairo H. Migueles studied Physical Activity and Sport Sciences (2009-2013) and a Research Master in Physical Activity and Sport at the University of Granada (2014-2015). He is currently doing his doctoral thesis at the University of Granada with the ActiveBrains project (effects of a randomized controlled exercise program on cognition, mental and physical health in overweight and obese preadolescents). His main areas of interest are: Evaluation of physical activity, energy expenditure and sleep objectively through accelerometry. Assessment of physical fitness in young population Study of the effects of physical activity, physical exercise and sleep on different dimensions of physical, mental, cognition and brain health in young people. Physical exercise interventions through the use of mobile phones (SmartPhones), which today is known as m-Health --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Monitoring Learn more about Fibion: fibion.com/research --- Collect, store and manage SB and PA data easily and remotely - Discover new Fibion SENS Motion: https://sens.fibion.com/

Breaking Tables Podcast
Breaking Tables w/ Mark Maddox

Breaking Tables Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 81:13


Wisdom of the Sages
760: Making it a Mission to Serve Great Souls

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 56:50


the root of joy is gratefulness / the root of sadness is entitlement / learning to be grateful before you unwrap the gift / the need to grant status to the wise / tolerance, penance, knowledge and education are the qualities of the brahmanas / Krishna serves the brahmanas / dharma isn't black and white / making it a mission to serve great souls SB 4.21.38-40

Wisdom of the Sages
760: Making it a Mission to Serve Great Souls

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 56:50


the root of joy is gratefulness / the root of sadness is entitlement / learning to be grateful before you unwrap the gift / the need to grant status to the wise / tolerance, penance, knowledge and education are the qualities of the brahmanas / Krishna serves the brahmanas / dharma isn't black and white / making it a mission to serve great souls SB 4.21.38-40

Stan po Burzy
#145 - Ziobro chce upić Morawieckiego bimbrem. Stołek Przyłębskiej w Trybunale zagrożony. Kaczyński rozgrzesza agenta, który ma haki na PiS

Stan po Burzy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 58:43


Cechą charakterystyczną rządów PiS jest to, że to Jarosław Kaczyński jednoosobowo decyduje o tym, co jest dobre, a co złe, kto jest patriotą, a kto zdrajcą, kto zostanie milionerem, a kto skończy jak parias. Nie są ważne decyzje instytucji, sądów i trybunałów — w państwie PiS Kaczyński jest ostateczną instancją, która decyduje o ludzkich losach. Wie to dobrze Julia Przyłębska, która dzięki osobistej decyzji Kaczyńskiego z przeciętnego sędziego podrzędnego wydziału poznańskiego sądu stała się wodzirejką Trybunału Konstytucyjnego. Dziś Przyłębska drży — mimo wiernej służby dla PiS, nie może być całkowicie pewna, czy zachowa stanowisko. Na początku swych rządów w latach 2015-16 walcząc o przejęcie kontroli nad TK, obóz władzy wprowadził 6-letnią kadencję na fotelu prezesa Trybunału. A Przyłębskiej 6 lat kończy się w grudniu. Co się zatem stanie? Autorzy „Stanu po Burzy” Agnieszka Burzyńska („Fakt”) oraz Andrzej Stankiewicz (ONET) tłumaczą galimatias prawny, dochodząc do jedynego słusznego wniosku: zdecyduje prezes. Na pewno w najbliższych miesiącach pani Julia będzie się jeszcze bardziej, niż zwykle — czy to w ogóle możliwe? — wysługiwała się prezesowi. Tylko dla niego będą lunche, rauty, biby, biesiady, podwieczorki... i wyroki. Pani Julio, „Stan po Burzy” bieży ze słowami wsparcia i otuchy. Proszę popatrzeć na losy Kazimierza Kujdy, wieloletniego prezesa spółki Srebrna, czyli wehikułu finansowego środowiska PiS. „Stan po Burzy” po przetrząśnięciu komunistycznych archiwów już dwa lata temu doszedł do wniosku, że za komuny Kujda był agentem SB. Po nas takie stanowisko powziął Instytut Pamięci Narodowej, a w finale sąd, który właśnie uznał, że Kujda był kłamcą lustracyjnym, bo zaprzeczał, że współpracował z komunistyczną bezpieką. Co na to Kaczyński? Zaatakował sąd, a jakże. Ktoś taki jak Kujda — finansowy reżyser interesów PiS — nie może być wszak agentem, prawda? A to prezes decyduje, kto jest agentem, a kto nie. Poza pełną kontrolą Kaczyńskiego już dziś bodaj jedna, jedyna rzecz w obozie władzy — wojna Zbigniewa Ziobry z Mateuszem Morawieckim. Lider Solidarnej Polski atakuje premiera, zarzucając mu, że pod naciskiem Brukseli chce doprowadzić do nałożenia nowych opłat i podatków na posiadaczy aut spalinowych. Ziobro jest gotów się nawet z Morawieckim napić za Morawieckiego błędy. Proponuje mu pędzony ze śliwek... nielegalny bimberek. Ministrze sprawiedliwości, pan jesteś naprawdę pijany praworządnością.

ISKCON of DC
SB 8.16.1 To 8.16.21 Lecture: Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 8 Chapter 16

ISKCON of DC

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 60:29


SB 8.16.1 To 8.16.21 Lecture: Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 8 Chapter 16 by ISKCON of DC

KZYX News
Waste hauler asks household recyclers to consider worker safety

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:29


June 15, 2022 — With the passage of SB 1383, Californians will be required to reduce organic waste in the landfill by 75% in the next three years. In a few weeks, a new large-scale compost facility will be available to most of Mendocino County, and buy-back recycling will re-open in Fort Bragg and Ukiah. Most of the county's non-recyclable, non- compostable trash goes to a landfill in Fairfield. The county and cities have composting contracts with Cold Creek Compost in Potter Valley, which is permitted to process 50,000 tons of material a year. On July 1, C&S Waste Solutions will take over the solid waste contract for Fort Bragg and Franchise Area 2, from Waste Management. C&S partner Bruce McCracken sketched out the area where residents can expect to see new containers, and new trucks, making the rounds. “Franchise Area 2 is kind of split in two, an inland portion and a coastal portion,” he explained. “The coastal portion being everything slightly north of Fort Bragg, and then south down to the Navarro river, so down towards Albion, et cetera. The inland portion is the Ukiah Valley: Redwood Valley, Potter Valley, Hopland. So basically the entire Ukiah Valley…I would like to add, though, on the trucks: one thing that the residential customers will see is that we run split-body trucks. So we co-collect. We collect garbage and recycling at the same time. And I know when people first see it, we're going to get a bunch of phone calls saying, you're mixing everything! But we're not. There actually is a wall in between, in the body of the vehicle. It's one less trip on the streets, so it helps the roads. It makes us more efficient…it makes no sense for us to mix the material, because it costs us money to go to the landfill.” In 2019, the company won a $3 million grant from the state to build a compost facility at the Ukiah transfer station. Like Cold Creek, it's permitted to process 50,000 tons a year, though it's currently able to process half that. The transfer station has been composting yard waste, but the new covered facility will take organic waste like food scraps, as well. And, after suspending buy-back recycling in 2019, C&S is promising to open beverage container recycling centers in Ukiah and Fort Bragg. McCracken estimates that in about three months, customers will be able to get their California Redemption Value refunds on bottles and cans. SB 1383 puts the burden of enforcement and education on the contractor, but McCracken says the hammer will come down incrementally. “If we note that there's prohibited material in the blue can or the green can, we will tag it. Our customer service staff will call the customer. We will send out literature explaining that this is what really goes into the blue or green can. A second time, you'll get a small fee, which in most cases we will waive. It's more of a wake-up, to say, hey. We can't accept this material in these carts. The third time, it's a little more serious, where there will be a charge levied against you for contamination, and if it continues, we have the ability to take the cart away. But we don't want to do that. I understand that everybody wants to recycle everything. But it's just not doable.” That's apparent at the old Alex Thomas pear shed in Ukiah, now transformed to a sorting facility where seventeen workers separate trash from recyclables. Plastic bags and plastic wrappers, says McCracken, are the enemy. “We don't want bags in the recycling, because that's where we find needles, too,” he said, over the roar of the machinery. “Needles are the biggest threat on the line.” There are other hazards, too. In the quiet section of the MRF, or Materials Recovery Facility, there is a huge pile of crushed glass. McCracken's not worried about glass. “Another thing that's really bad in the blue can are batteries,” he said. “Because it starts fires in MRF's, and it starts fires in garbage trucks.” He added that batteries need to be taken to Mendo Recycle during hazardous household waste events, or to the facility in Ukiah, which has limited hours of operation. “The amount of fires across the county in garbage trucks and at MRF's is escalating at an alarming rate, and it's batteries,” he warned. On the tipping floor, where workers extract sheets of plastic film from the recyclables, there are room-sized bales of material that are headed for the landfill. Clothes, pillows, foam mattresses and small appliances have all been pulled from the recycling stream. Some items, like hoses, call for extraordinary measures. “These are known as tanglers in the business, because they tangle up in the machinery,” he said, tugging on a length of hose strapped into one of the landfill bales. “So we literally, at the end of the shift, have to send people up there in harnesses, with knives, to cut it out of the machinery. It's a hard job as it is, and that's why people doing their part on the front end makes the job a lot easier.” Once the material makes its way out of Ukiah, there are a few options. McCracken says there are brokers on the West Coast who will take recyclables, but that “nothing goes to China anymore.” It does go to Pacific Rim countries, including South Korea. “There is a push to get more and more in-country facilities that will process this material,” he reported. On the far side of the crushed glass and the assembly line where McCracken says a couple hundred tons of material is sorted every day, there is an orphan pile of miscellaneous items that he hopes to educate out of the blue bins altogether. “I mean, there's a lot of stuff here, why would you ever think of putting it in the blue can?” he asked, nudging a brick with his foot. A beat-up old saddle was nestled in beside a chipped red enamel pot. “We see it all,” he confirmed, eyeing the mountain of trash.

Ali on the Run Show
529. Beyond the Run with Noor Abukaram, Founder of Let Noor Run

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 72:10


"I loved running. I had the best race of my life and I was so excited. That feeling! You know that feeling? And they took it away from me that day. Anyone should be able to excel at what they love without these roadblocks of discrimination." In 2019, 17-year-old Noor Abukaram ran the best, fastest cross-country race of her life at a local meet in Ohio. But when she checked the results afterward, her name wasn't there. She learned that she had been disqualified before the race even started. For wearing a hijab. Noor — who was raised in a Muslim family and started wearing a traditional head and neck covering as a teenager — shared her story from that day, of being disqualified for rules unbeknownst to her, and it quickly went viral. And so she turned her heartache into advocacy. She founded "Let Noor Run," a campaign to raise awareness about religious-based discrimination in sports and beyond. She successfully helped change the laws and legislation that protect the freedom of religious expression for athletes in Ohio. At at only 19 years old, she just starred in an ESPN film that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. SPONSOR: New Balance — Go to newbalance.com/beyondtherun to learn more about how New Balance is supporting conversations around mental wellness in running. (And check out my current favorite pullover, crop top, half-zip top, quilted pullover, and jacket.) What you'll get on this episode: What Young Noor was like growing up (3:30) How Noor became a runner (9:30) What Noor's early high school experience was like (14:00) Why wearing a hijab means so much to Noor (21:00) On attending an Islamic school but playing sports at the local public high school (25:00) The cross-country meet in Ohio that changed everything for Noor (30:50) How “Let Noor Run” was born (37:00) What it was like going viral (43:00) On seeing an opportunity for change in a crappy situation (50:30) Noor's willingness to be an advocate (53:30) Noor gives us all the “SB 181 101” — what it means and what it does as a law (59:20) How all of this has affected Noor's relationship with running (1:01:35) Noor's dreams for the future (1:04:20) Follow Noor: Let Noor Run Donate a Hijab Instagram @nooralexandria Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!

Kadamba Kanana Swami SoundCloud
SB 1.6.11 - Kadamba Kanana Swami - 19th May 2022 - London, UK

Kadamba Kanana Swami SoundCloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 52:42


SB 1.6.11 - Kadamba Kanana Swami - 19th May 2022 - London, UK by Kadamba Kanana Swami

Kadamba Kanana Swami SoundCloud
SB 1.10.14 - Kadamba Kanana Swami - 8th May 2019 - NY,USA

Kadamba Kanana Swami SoundCloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 42:45


SB 1.10.14 - Kadamba Kanana Swami - 8th May 2019 - NY,USA by Kadamba Kanana Swami

Too Deep, A Football Podcast
Too Deep - Podcast - Episode 37 (6/15/22)

Too Deep, A Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 73:11


Jeff Chadiha (NFL Network/NFL.com/@JeffriChadiha), Eric Eager (PFF.com/@PFF_Eric) and Soren Petro (Sports Radio 810 - WHB/810whb.com/@SorenPetro) are breaking down the 2022 NFL Quarterbacks by tiers. Who are the franchise QB's? Which ones can win a SB? Who has upside left in them? How many are Game Managers? Who are the lost causes?(1:28) What was the most difficult part of the process?(4:22) Tier Seven: Who are the QB's you aren't going to win with?(15:03) Tier Six: Who are the QB's that can facilitate the game?(22:41) Tier Five: The QB's that there is still a chance they will be good enough to win it all.(32:34) Tier Four: There's a difference between a playoff QB and a Super Bowl QB.(39:14) Tier Three: There's upside with these QB's... but is there a Super Bowl in the future?(49:42) Tier Two: Quarterbacks that can definitely win a Super Bowl.(1:02:28) Tier One: Who are the true franchise Quarterbacks?

National Review's Radio Free California Podcast
Episode 228: Less Than Total Recall

National Review's Radio Free California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 69:25


Contact:dbahnsen@thebahnsengroup.comwill@calpolicycenter.orgFollow Us:@DavidBahnsen@WillSwaim@TheRadioFreeCAShow Notes:White House attorney told Trump legal advisor John Eastman to get ‘great f'ing criminal defense lawyer' after Jan. 6Dems fool themselves on Biden's aging because the alternative — Kamala Harris — is even worseProgressive backlash in California fuels Democratic debate over crimeNewsom: San Francisco DA's recall was ‘so predictable,' coverage was ‘overwhelming'California may soon become ‘Gender Affirming Care' sanctuary stateWiener: Newsom signs controversial SB 145 into lawCalifornia lawmakers OK budget over governor's objections‘Workers Tax Fairness' isn't (see page 6)LA Times Sacramento reporter John Myers now PR boss at CalPERSCalifornia orders thousands of farms and cities, including San Francisco, to stop pumping water during droughtSmithfield Foods, citing high costs of operating in California, to close pork plantIs it ethical to purchase a lithium battery powered EV?The end of Korean BBQ in L.A.? What the gas stove ban means for your fave restaurants

Chris Simms Unbuttoned
Simms Top 40 QB Countdown: #4-1 + Ahmed's Super Brawl #10-1

Chris Simms Unbuttoned

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 91:08


(10:58) #4: Joe Burrow: “He went to the SB with the worst O-Line in the history of the sport”(25:27) #3: Justin Herbert: “Probably the best pure thrower of the football in the NFL”(38:22) #2: Patrick Mahomes: After back-to-back years as #1, why did Mahomes fall to #2?(54:36) #1: Josh Allen: “No one is asked to carry their team more on a weekly basis”(1:08:15) AFC Champion Odds: AFC is stacked, which team is the best value bet?(1:11:49) Simms Perfect 10: Find out the 3 winners(1:13:52) Ahmed's Super Brawl: Top 10 revealed and there is a new duo taking over the #1 spot

Physical Activity Researcher
History: Role of Physical Activity in Public Health - Prof. Russell Pate (Pt1)

Physical Activity Researcher

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 37:37


Dr. Pate is Professor in the Department of Exercise Science in the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina. He has held several administrative positions including Chair, Department of Exercise Science; Associate Dean for Research, Arnold School of Public Health; and Vice Provost for Health Sciences. Dr. Pate is an exercise physiologist with interests in physical activity and physical fitness in children and the health implications of physical activity. His research has been supported by NIH, CDC, the American Heart Association, and several private foundations and corporations. He coordinated the effort that led to the development of the recommendation on Physical Activity and Public Health of the CDC and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) (1995). He served on the 2005 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines Advisory Committee, and an Institute of Medicine panel that developed guidelines on prevention of childhood obesity. He currently serves as Chair of the National Physical Activity Plan Alliance. In 2012, he received the Honor Award from the ACSM. --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Monitoring Learn more about Fibion: fibion.com/research --- Collect, store and manage SB and PA data easily and remotely - Discover new Fibion SENS Motion: https://sens.fibion.com/

Wisdom of the Sages
755: Krishna is the Root, We are the Leaves

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 60:46


the spiritual purity of Madhava Prabhu's kirtan / Bhagavatam brings fire under the feet and bliss in the heart / pull Krishna back into your heart / the mystery of the universe revealed - Krishna is the root, we are the leaves / Donkey perspective - are they fanning me or are they fanning Jesus? SB 4.21.32

Wisdom of the Sages
755: Krishna is the Root, We are the Leaves

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 60:46


the spiritual purity of Madhava Prabhu's kirtan / Bhagavatam brings fire under the feet and bliss in the heart / pull Krishna back into your heart / the mystery of the universe revealed - Krishna is the root, we are the leaves / Donkey perspective - are they fanning me or are they fanning Jesus? SB 4.21.32

What's Up Podcast
Ep. 7: The Unity Project Podcast: How to Kill Bad Bills in California with Denise and Tara of Freedom Angels

What's Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 51:30


What's UP? On today's episode Laura Sextro, CEO of The Unity Project, welcomes strategic partners Denise Aguilar and Tara Thornton, co-founders of Freedom Angels. These amazing women have been tirelessly fighting for our freedoms in the California legislature, bringing awareness to communities across the state of what their elected officials are proposing and voting on while moving the needle to kill these bad bills.Denise and Tara break down the bills currently up for committee and floor votes, what the ramifications would be if these passed and how you can get engaged. In particular, SB 866- the 12 year old medical consent bill up for vote this Thursday, June 9 and AB 2098- which would infringe on the patient/doctor relationship and investigate medical doctors for what the state deems “misinformation”.Everyone in the state of California needs to listen to and share this episode and get informed. Everyone outside of the state should listen and pay attention because if these bills pass, this sets the stage for the same laws to be voted on in your state.Links for Freedom Angelswww.freedom-angels.org/Denise Aguilar:Co-Founder, Freedom-Angels.orgFounder of https://liberatesjc.com www.liberatesjc.com/IG: Denise.Freedom.AngelTikTok : DeniseFreedomAngelTelegram: TheInformedMama209Tara Thornton:Co-Founder, Freedom-Angels.org, FreedomTravelAlliance.com, UrbanGlobalHealthAlliance.comFounder & Director, The Phoenix SocietyIG: @tara.freedom.angel @thephoenixsociety_Telegram: https://t.me/pioneermamaLinks for The Unity Project:The Unity Project is a 501c3 non-profit organization that relies on the contributions of our generous supporters to fuel the work we do in this movement. If you value our efforts, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution today by visiting our website at www.unityproject.com and clicking the “donate” button. Follow us on socialIG: https://www.instagram.com/theunityprojectonline/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/theunityprojectonline Twitter: https://twitter.com/UnityProjectUSAGettr: https://gettr.com/user/theunityprojectTruth: https://truthsocial.com/@theunityprojectonlineTelegram: UnityProjectUSARumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1310104Substack: https://theunityproject.substack.com

The Michigan Ag Today Podcast

On today's #MATPodcast: Our interview with Michigan Corn Executive Director Jim Zook about SB 814 and other ethanol issues, more moisture in the Michigan Farm Forecast, and gains for the grain markets in the overnight session!

Wisdom of the Sages
753: Trade in Your iPad for a Creek

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 55:52


catching echos of the cosmic dance / cultivating pure vision / trade in your iPad for a creek (careful about staring into fire) / the natural opulences /the Vedas are a manual for how to live in harmony with God and Nature / truth of dharmic principles is hidden in the heart of an unadulterated, self-realized person SB 4.21.1-29

Wisdom of the Sages
752: Hold Me Closer Cosmic Dancer

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 53:32


“What is serious to men is often trivial in the sight of God” - Thomas Merton / “If we could let go of our own obsession with what we think is the meaning of it all, we might be able to hear His call and follow Him in His mysterious, cosmic dance” - Thomas Merton / seeing the good fortune in God's plan / we are the bird in the kitchen / the esoteric side of Bhakti-yoga - the varieties of divine love / Krishna is calling us to dance SB 4.20.33-38

Wisdom of the Sages
749: Don't Blame -- Reframe

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 61:20


“For a man to conquer himself is the first and noblest of all victories.” – Plato / the 6 enemies - lust, anger, greed, delusion, pride, envy / 6 more “enemies” to be conquered - the 5 senses and the mind / through devotion one can see heaven, hell and liberation with an equal mind / don't blame, reframe / the mysteries of the world have fallen on our lap / getting beyond the triggers SB 4.20.31-32

National Review's Radio Free California Podcast
Episode 226: A Red-Flag Warning on California's Failed Red-Flag Gun-Control System

National Review's Radio Free California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 62:08


Contact:dbahnsen@thebahnsengroup.comwill@calpolicycenter.orgFollow Us:@DavidBahnsen@WillSwaim@TheRadioFreeCAShow Notes:Outgunned: Why California's groundbreaking firearms law is failingKamala Harris had a plan for executive action on guns. Biden hasn't adopted itNewsom is ready to sign the gun billsFact check: Gavin Newsom says California gun deaths dropped after state passed gun lawsDistrict Attorney Gascón addresses recent mass shootings, gun violence and the need for massive changes to gun laws ACLU: End unnecessary police interraction in schools (SB 1273)Train to nowhere: can California's high-speed rail project ever get back on track?Newsom hailed this 'critical' wildfire-prevention program. Two years on, it hasn't completed a single projectTop-paid lifeguardsTime to question the priorities of the firefighters unionAfter S.F. archbishop's denial of Communion to Nancy Pelosi, Pope Francis elevates ‘progressive' San Diego bishopSan Francisco District Attorney, facing recall, claims he never supported defunding police

Wisdom of the Sages
748: Simplicity, Samadhi & Existential Shifts

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 57:46


“He has the most who is most content with the least.” – Diogenes / all that exists to satisfy the senses cannot satisfy a person whose senses are uncontrolled / positive spiritual bypassing - bypassing the fickle mind and going straight from intelligence into action / turning up the comfort level makes us intolerant / in the minds of those who are too attached to sense enjoyment and material opulence, samadhi does not take place / Existential Shift #1 - from dharma to karma / Existential Shift #2 - from karma to jnana / Existential Shift #3 - from jnana to Bhakti / declutter externally, helps declutter internally SB 4.20.30

Wisdom of the Sages
747: Is Love an Existential Reality?

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 54:27


Prithu, a gladiator in touch with his feminine side / Krishna is the friend of the poor / Krishna magnifies whatever insignificant service we do / when the King becomes the street sweeper / even liberated souls take to Bhakti / in Bhakti-yoga the means and the end are the same / snipers are picking us off everywhere! / when the jnana-yogis knowledge is complete they surrender to Krishna / Self-realization is not complete unless one comes to the devotional platform / Shankara's monism, Bhaktis response and the Neo Vedanta blend / is love merely a psychological, social phenomena, or an existential reality? SB 4.20.27-29

Wisdom of the Sages
746: The Awakening Voice of a Pure Devotee

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 56:16


Happiness resides not in possessions, and not in gold, happiness dwells in the soul – Democritus / Dr. Pain comes to Raghunath (reminding him that none of this is ours) / the beauty and simplicity of Krishna's devotees / the awakening voice comes through the mouth of a pure devotee / let Krishna reclaim you / never break a devotee relationship SB 4.20.25-26

The Todd Herman Show
Texas Murders and the “Authorities”  Episode 130 - Hour 1 Texas Murders & The Authorities

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 50:57


THE THESIS: All the murderer had to do was walk in a door. This is the perfect, horrible, dreadful reminder that the “authorities” are all human, but all too often, they never face any consequences for even catastrophic acts of stupidity and negligence.  THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES:  John 15:13 13 Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends. THE NEWS & COMMENT: BLOCK 1 This off duty CBP agent charged in alone with his dad shirt and jeans on and killed the shooter while dozens of on duty cops waited outside. This man is a hero. Off-Duty Border Patrol Agent Saves Students, Daughter After Wife Texts ‘Help' Texas DPS Official: ‘Wrong Decision' Not to Breach Uvalde Classroom; 19 police officers entered the school and decided not to breach the classroom. [AUDIO] - "They could've been shot. They could've been killed," Texas police lieutenant explains why law enforcement did not go into Uvalde school right away.  Uvalde school district police chief, Pete Arredondo, who ordered cops NOT to engage Texas gunman is a former 911 dispatcher with an unremarkable career who was elected to city council just days before massacre [AUDIO] - Texas official: Police didn't enter the school because the "on-scene-commander" wrongly believed "there were no more children at risk." "Obviously, based upon the information we have, there were children in that classroom that were at risk..." - Steven McGraw [AUDIO] - More from Texas official: “On 40 minute delay in police engaging the suspect inside Robb Elementary School, officials say, "a decision was made that this was a barricaded subject...there was time to retrieve the keys. From the benefit of hindsight...it was the wrong decision." BLOCK 2 McConnell tells Cornyn to work on gun control deal with Democrats [AUDIO] -  Just 2 days after the devastating murder of 19 children in Texas and 2 adults, the California State Senate passed SB 1273, which would remove the requirement for schools to notify law enforcement when a student makes a threat against the school. - California Senator Melissa Menedez,  [AUDIO] - BIDEN: "Two summers ago, in the middle of the pandemic, we saw protests across the nation the likes of which we hadn't seen since the 1960's. They unified people of every race and generation." BLOCK 3 [AUDIO] - NRA Protestors Channel Their Spirit Animals [AUDIO] - Kevin says Meghan Markle's visit to the site of the Texas school shooting was a publicity stunt. "It's a photo op to make her look good. The attitude towards guns in America will never change. The right to bear arms is in their DNA." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wisdom of the Sages
745: Loneliness in the Waterpark of Liberation

Wisdom of the Sages

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 57:48


Socrates on the sage of steady mind / its as easy to get swept away by success as by misfortune / Maharaja Prithu feels devotional ecstasy / water parks aren't fun alone / serving together is the best association / Vishnu demonstrates the purity of the Bhakti-yogis's heart by offering a boon to Prithu / Prithu's boon - to hear about Krishna from the devotees / when the holy name dances in the courtyard of the heart, it conquers the activities of the mind, and the senses become inert SB 4.20.19-25