Ability to interpret the surrounding environment using light in the visible spectrum
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She is so much more than a costume designer. She is a national treasure and global visionary. She was nominated twice for an Oscar for her timeless work on Spike Lee's Malcolm X and Steven Spielberg's Amistad. She became the first African American to win an Academy Award in Costume Design for her exquisite designs on Ryan Coogler's Black Panther. The proud Hampton University graduate has designed an impressive filmography of over 60 diverse film and television projects. She has worked artfully with Spike Lee on 14 films including Do The Right Thing, and has designed for other directors including Ava DuVernay, Lee Daniels, and John Singleton in American iconographic films such as Selma and The Butler. In this impassioned conversation, Tori uncovers her magical journey, her all-time storytelling heroes, her serendipitous first meeting with Ryan Coogler, and more! Here's to our beloved Afrofuturistic shero… Ruth E. Carter.CREDITS:Guest: Ruth E. CarterHost and Producer: Tori ReidExecutive Producer: Patrick A. HowellAssociate Producer: Sterfon DemingsWriter: Patrick A. Howell Post Production: We Edit PodcastsPost Production Assistant: Sydney Rhone Voiceover Artist: Vïntóry Blake MoorePremier Advertising Sponsor: Vivreau Water SystemsAdvertising Sponsor: Hilton Sacramento Arden WestAd Voiceover Artist: Ginger LevertLogo Photography: Bobby Holland / MPTV ImagesPhoto credit for Ruth E. Carter: UnknownMusic:“Sweeping The Savannah” by Sight of Wonders“Things I Love” by LVLYVivreau Ad Music - "Soft Speak" by Siarate a Victory & Noble production@ 2022 Victory & Noble LLC All Rights Reserved.Connect with the Guest:Ruth E. Carter Official Website
At sixteen years old, Shane had already received his first Emmy Award for his work on Desperate Passage (1987) which starred Michael Landon. Over the next few years he learned filmmaking under his father Lee Stanley on what became known as The Desperate Passage Series (1988 to 1995) starring Sharon Gless, Edward James Olmos, Marlo Thomas and Louis Gossett Jr..The self-produced series earned a total of thirty-three Emmy nominations, (winning thirteen) as well as numerous Christopher Awards and CINE Golden Eagles. In 1994, the Stanleys feature film, Street Pirates (1994) was a two-time winner of the CINE Golden Eagle Award for best feature documentary and film editing.In 2001, Shane launched Visual Arts Entertainment, his own production company, most notably credited with Gridiron Gang (2006) starring Dwayne Johnson & Xzibit as well as the critically acclaimed independent film, A Sight for Sore Eyes (2004) with Academy Award nominee, Gary Busey.The film, (produced for under $10,000) marked Shane's directorial debut and went on to win the Gold Special Jury Award at Worldfest Houston, Best Dramatic Short Film at the International Family Film Festival, a Telly Award for Outstanding Achievement in Film and Television as well as two Aurora Awards for writing & directing. The film was also invited to Cannes to compete in the annual international film festival.His new film is Double Threat.After skimming money from the mob, a, well-trained fighter, Natasha (Danielle C. Ryan), finds herself on the run with a kind, naïve accountant, Jimmy (Matthew Lawrence) whose life is about to get more thrilling than he could ever imagine.
Ping is joined by the one and only Ryan Hughes to break down what to expect from round five of the Lucas Oil Promotocross from Red Bud! After one of the best weekends of racing this year at High Point take a listen to what the boys have to say!
The Blind Guys are back for another day of shenanigans at Sight Village Central in Solihull. Steven Scott, Shaun Preece and Robin Christopherson are together in person and discuss the virtues of blind golf, how to get fit and we chat to Sight and Sound Technology's Stuart Lawler about their headline sponsorship of the event and also about their products, including some interesting news if you are on the lookout for a cheap way to get JAWS - the screen reader. Listen in through the next few episodes as we will bring you lots more conversations and interviews we have recorded at Sight Village. We would also like to thank the team, especially Karen Easthope and Lottie Reid from Queen Alexandra College in Birmingham, for their gracious and considerable support in allowing us to be a part of the event this year. Keep in touch with your questions by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0204 571 3354 and leave us a voicemail.
We've spent a long time in the eighth of the malebolge, the evil pouches that make up the big circle of fraud in Dante's INFERNO. Before we take our leave, let's look at the way the two speakers, Ulysses and Guido da Montefeltro, can be compared and contrasted with each other. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, for this review episode of two of the most rewarding cantos in all of INFERNO. I've got lots of ideas. I hope you have more. Here are the segments of this episode of the podcast WALKING WITH DANTE: [02:50] An opening denunciation v. the journey continues. [04:54] Both canto XXVI and canto XXVII start with unfinished business from the previous canto--but canto XXVII comes to a distinct end before we enter the ninth evil pouch. [06:38] The peasant and his fireflies v. the Sicilian bull: a contrast of the two opening similes. [08:47] Sight v. sound in the two similes. [09:58] Emotional movement in the cantos: from comfy pastoral to bitter regret. [11:37] Ulysses is a classical figure; Guido is a contemporary figure. [12:45] Virgil silences Dante the pilgrim because he's not erudite enough v. Dante the pilgrim offers an erudite chronicle of the troubles in Romagna. [14:20] Ulysses' monologue v. Guido's dialogue. [16:51] Shocking speakers in the two cantos: Ulysses and Pope Boniface VIII. [18:13] Both Ulysses and Guido come up later in COMEDY. [19:34] Ulysses shows us the journey ahead; Guido shows us the dead end of remorse. [20:29] Ulysses is a great storyteller; Guido is a terrible storyteller. [22:14] Ulysses forgets his family; Guido remembers his. [23:25] Ulysses is a literary figure; Guido is a historical person. [24:52] Both Ulysses and Guido engage in the foolishness of old age. [26:34] Neither nobility nor whining can save you in Dante's universe. [29:08] Ulysses' linear crescendo v. Guido's mishmash of styles. [31:45] Both Ulysses and Guido suffer an imagined death. [32:59] Neither Virgil nor Dante reacts after either speech. [35:36] One final contrast: the body v. the soul in the seventh through the nineth of the malebolge.
Hello dear listeners. The Blind Guys are flying out of the Blind Guys Chat nest again this week and we are all off to the UK. Jan and Stuart will be selling their wares at Sight village in Birmingham, while Clodagh and Óran are off to the home of The Beatles. What better place to learn about the history of the Fab Four but also go to a gig in the form of ‘The Eagles'. Yay! Speaking of gigs, did you tune in to Glastonbury? Stuart and Óran are chatting about Paul McCartney and Billie Eilish who were playing on the Pyramid stage. Jan has spent the weekend going from one party to another and there was even a special birthday party for his guide dog Sjef who turned 5 years old. Did he blow out his candles or just eat them? Don't come between Stuart and a sandwich, as he tells us about his recent trip coming back from the UK. He dismissed the lovely lady who wanted to bring him to the gate because he wasn't finished his sambo. He was lucky he wasn't thrown into the Thames for such insolence. In TV Corner we start with some great news, the wonderful Veronika Hyks has been asked to audio describe series 5 of ‘The Crown'. The show should be hitting Netflix around November. So maybe it's a good idea to revisit the series dear listeners and soak in that wonderfully described series featuring Veronika's dulcet tones. Stuart is recommending a show on Netflix called ‘You Don't Know Me' which is audio described but hold on until we get his soapbox as the show tune lover has an axe to grind with Netflix
The core message, the bedrock of the Gospel, is admitting that you have a need. You see, you don't need a savior unless you need saving and you won't need your eyes opened to who God is unless you admit that you're spiritually blind. Pastor Ricky brings a humble message calling each of us to start there. Admit that you need Jesus to give you sight, that right now, you can't see anything clearly. You'll learn today that when you do that, when you admit your need, Jesus is quick to swoop in and to open your blind eyes.
The continuation of our "Personal Prints" series where Jackie and Greg venture off the Sight & Sound “Top 100” list to explore films that are special and/or formative to them.Jackie and Greg are back for a very special episode this week, as they celebrate the 40th anniversary of Steven Spielberg's E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. Topics of discussion include its origins as “A Boy's Life”, the storybook look and feel, how John Williams' score elevates the film to opera, and why it's endured for 40 years as an evergreen classic. Stay tuned for the second half of the episode where they sit down with actor Robert Macnaughton, who plays the older brother Michael, as he reflects on his time making the film and the impact it continues to have to this day.Check us out at our official website: https://www.sceneandheardpod.comJoin our weekly film club: https://www.instagram.com/arroyofilmclubJP Instagram/Twitter: jacpostajGK Instagram: gkleinschmidtPhotography: Matt AraquistainMusic: Andrew CoxSpecial Thanks: Robert Macnaughton
Hello and Welcome to this special bonus episode of the Glaucoma UK Podcast. This edition was recored to to coincide with Glaucoma Awareness Week 2022, taking place between the 27 June and the 3 July. We sat down with Dr Susan Blakeney, one of our Trustees at the charity, and someone with a wealth of experience caring for her patient's sight. We'll discuss this, as well as the importance of putting your sight in the spotlight. Visit our website Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn / Health Unlocked
We live in a world full of distractions. Sometimes, while on our way towards our goals, we get sidetracked and see only what's in front, forgetting about what we're working on in the first place. Amy Vetter's guest for this episode tells us the value of having faith, walking by it and not by sight. Amy sits down with Angela Collie, CPA, CEO of AFC CPA Accounting and Tax Services. In this interview, they discuss the importance of having faith and the belief that you can accomplish anything you put your mind to. Angela takes us across her journey of beginning her business and creating client advisory services, injecting the power of faith as she continues the path to achieving her goals and helping people fulfill their needs.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! http://amyvetter.com/breakingbeliefspodcast
Sydney's spate of underworld killings continues with the brazen murder of Lone Wolf bikie boss Youssef Nazlioglu last night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our first ever TV show episode, we dedicate it to, what else? Star Wars. The Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi has just completed it's first season, so we sit down with frequent show guest Steve to discuss. Of course there are also new development's in the ongoing debate of "Who Is The Phantom Menace" (refer to Line of Sight episode 31) and other Star Wars talk to be had, so we've got over 3 hours of ramblings to sit through, but it feels like 6. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lineofsight/message
On this episode, Mike & London discuss the importance of living a healthy lifestyle by being active gym goers & giving a crash-course to getting into the gym. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michael-obi/message
On Episode 225 of Line of Sight, the entire gang are here joined by the incredible Massimo who has put together a Jeopardy board with questions from the entire history of the Line of Sight podcast sets! Come with us on a trip down memory lane as the three co-hosts all scramble to figure out old podcast topics, prominent gusts, Warmachine rules, and more! Who will come out on top? Guess you'll have to listen to this latest episode to find out!
On Episode 224 of Line of Sight, Chandler and Bret are here to discuss one of Chandler's great loves - the Protectorate of Menoth! Come take a look at the themes, models, and playstyles of the faction that loves to tell you “no, you cannot do that” and then burn you to death in dramatic fashion. It's a good time - at least for the Menites! - so come take it all in on this latest episode of Line of Sight!
This week we go live for Show 88 of the Moto Limited Show. This week Trent, Nic and Wiz have a stacked house with the racing/coaching legend Ford Dale, and 3x MX3 superstars in Jack Mather, Jet Alsop and Brock Flynn. We go over a lot of content with the Aus ProMX and a touch on a little of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross. Join in to see how this massive show pans out. Don't forget we go LIVE on Facebook Monday nights at 6:30pm AEST. motolimitedshow.com go and get the new merch now. Ride Tribe Designs roosystems.com.au ktrapparel.com.au FLY Racing mpesuspension.com.au propowder.com.au linkint.com.au qb4.com.au Hyperlyfe Clothing Co @t.maher83 @iamstillyn99 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motolimited/message
For most of us, our eyesight is something that we take for granted. We wake up every morning, roll over, and look at the time on our alarm clocks as it blares out the call to get up. Then we open up the curtains and in comes the sunshine. Now pause for a moment and imagine waking up and not being able to see anything, just dark. For those listening who are blind or have impaired vision, you know very well what that feels like. Today Pastor Ricky helps us to appreciate more the spiritual clarity of sight that Jesus provides.
As we continue to explore 1 Peter, we learn how to live with the end in sight. We see in scripture that the end of all things is near, and because of that, we need to be alert and sober minded. God's desires need to be placed before ours and we need to love each other deeply while practicing caring hospitality. The real question is, if you knew Jesus was returning today, what would you change about how you are serving him right now? In light of the end being near, we don't need to get mired down in depression, but strive even more to point all glory to God and serve him faithfully. John Piper says – “If you are most satisfied in family or job or fame or success or money or food or music or health or staying alive — if you are more satisfied in any of those than you are in God — then you diminish the glory of God, and you magnify the glory of what you're most satisfied by. The Bible makes clear that we should live in order to display the supreme worth and beauty and glory of God. That's our primary reason for existence.” Based on this, how is your love for others? What things do you need to change? Are you satisfied in God? As always, if you've got questions, you can reach out anytime – burnthickory.com/next. We'd love to connect with you, answer any questions and take time to pray with you.
Jamelle, for one, has been very excited about this episode, an analysis of Joel Schumacher's 1993 film “Falling Down.” In the conversation, Jamelle and John discuss the populist moment of the early 1990s, the discourse around the “angry white man,” the class politics (or lack thereof) of the film, and the erosion of the post-war anti-fascist consensus.Connor Lynch produced this episode. Artwork by Rachel Eck.Contact us!Follow us on Twitter!John GanzJamelle BouieLinks from the episode!New York Times front-page for February 26, 1993Carol Clover on “Falling Down” in Sight and Sound magazine.A New York Time story on the “race to win over the angry white male” from 1995.
Taste, touch, sight, sound and smell. We are often bombarded and feel that we are on sensory overload. Most everything we know, feel, understand, and struggle with comes through our senses, including pain and pleasure. But how often do you actually pay attention to your specific senses? By focusing on all five of our senses, we can promote health and wellbeing in our workplace. We can use these individual senses to boost our creativity, productivity and happiness. Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency! Here are today's Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Celebration Of The Senses Day: Look for ways to boost each of the five senses in your workplace. Taste. Did you know that chewing gum can help you stay focused for longer on tasks that require continuous monitoring? And that chewing gum can improve concentration in visual memory tasks? Touch. I like having squish toys to play with while I am on the phone or listening to an on-line learning course. It helps me to concentrate more on what is being said. And research has found that these fidget toys are most beneficial to those who are more kinesthetic learners. Sight. Try adding a bouquet of flowers. One study found that including plants and flowers in your work environment improved productivity and creativity. Sound. Research from Cornell University found that employees who listened to happy music were able to cooperate and make group decisions better than employees who worked without a background soundtrack. If you're going to play music in your workplace, the most important thing you need to do is match the type and tempo of the music to the task and level of concentration required. Smell. Scents are tied directly to the part of the brain that is linked to memory and emotion, so scents can influence both. Some scents are known to reduce stress, others are known to improve productivity. Play around with mild scents in your workspace to see what you prefer, just remember not to interfere with your colleagues and their ability to enjoy their workspace. Remember, If you like today's wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app. Discover how to take small steps towards a healthier, happier, less-stressed you by visiting my website at worksmartlivesmart.com #mentalhealth #hr
Today I am very excited to introduce you to David McRaney, you may have heard of his first book You Are Not So Smart which is an international bestseller that is now available in 17 languages. He went on to create an awesome podcast of the same name and wrote a second book You Are Now Less Dumb. I highly recommend both of those and his podcast…and today we are talking about his new book, which just came out this week, called How Minds Change. As you will hear us talk about in the interview, this book is a fascinating journey we take along with David as he seeks to answer the question, "How do minds change?" The book is filled with interesting stories, lots of science, and fun anecdotes. I really enjoyed it and learned so much along the way, some of which you can hear about in today's episode. Join us to hear all about it! Show Notes: [00:43] Today I am very excited to introduce you to David McRaney. You may have heard of his first book You Are Not So Smart which is an international bestseller that is now available in 17 languages. He has a phenomenal podcast of the same name. [03:35] David shares about himself, his background, and how he found himself in this space. [05:30] When his second book came out, he started a podcast. His podcast has been the centerpiece of his world for the last twelve years. [07:55] David found something that he was interested in and wanted to find the answer to and he started to dig. [09:01] Don't jump into anything because you are trying to get rich quickly or because it is the hot new thing. [10:27] Don't follow the trends. Take the content you are skilled at and marry it to the thing you are obsessed with. Then plug away at it. [13:39] Everything that you do builds a skill set that you can laterally apply to other stuff later. [15:56] He writes his books by taking the reader along with him on the journey so they are able to learn with him. [16:40] David shares about the cookie segment that he had on his podcast for 100 episodes. He and Melina bond over baking and business. [19:41] He started the cookie segment because of several cookie studies he read and he knew there was a way to put it into his show. [22:26] He has gotten access to many different people in interviews for the book, podcast, and other work – how can you do the same? [24:27] You can email anyone and at least they will tell you no, but 75% of the time people say yes. [25:34] He explains in his emails that he is reaching out because he needs them and it would be a better show/book/project if they are part of it. [27:33] When people realize that you genuinely care and are interested they are more likely to say yes. [28:13] One of the biggest parts of How Minds Change is the exploration of “The Dress” and the neuroscience behind it. [30:37] Reaching out to his connections often led to other connections and allowed him to create even more connections. [33:14] He shares about “The Dress.” The dress is an image that appeared on the internet where people could not agree on what they saw. [35:23] With the dress, truly you saw it either one color (black and blue) or the other (white and gold) and you couldn't see it any other way. [37:32] When we see something that is overexposed we have no choice, the brain lowers the overexposure a bit to try to help us see what the image actually is. [39:43] Everything you experience is only happening in your brain. Every color you see is an illusion. Colors are things the brain makes. [42:23] There are two humongous populations of human beings that have had different life experiences, and because of those different life experiences they disambiguate an ambiguous image with a different kind of disambiguation than the other side and this leads to different conclusions. [43:57] When we try to prove that we are right, we miss out on getting to the deeper truth of the matter. [45:04] Pascal's team recreated the dress image using Crocs. They used Crocs and paired them with socks because it was an inanimate object with no default color. [46:49] It seems like older people see white socks version because they have more experience in their lives with socks that weren't colored. [48:28] David shares about his new book, How Minds Change. [51:41] His book is an explanation of how people do and do not change their minds, understanding the nature of the resistance, and discovering what you have to do to overcome that resistance. [54:54] Melina shares her closing thoughts. [55:55] One of my favorite things that David said in our conversation was that you need to "listen your way into changing somebody's mind" -- it isn't about force or proving someone that they are wrong, there is so much interesting work showcased in the book about how people can actually change their own minds when they are asked the right thoughtful questions and someone takes the time to listen. 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NTD Business News: 6/22/2022 1. Biden Calls for 90-Day Fed Gas Tax Suspension 2. Expert: No Big Relief in Sight for Gas Prices 3. IEA: Energy Investments Won't Lower Prices 4. Fed Chair: Higher Rates Could Cause Recession 5. JPMorgan Lays Off Hundreds as Rates Spike
In this episode, Adam and Will are joined by the writers and co-hosts of the Agitator podcast, J. David Osborne and Kelby Losack. Both of these honorable men have new book projects out. Kelby's new novel is 'Letting out the Devils'. And David's new book is a hallucinatory essay called 'You Pray for Dry Weather at the Sight of the Sun'. We discuss those new works, video games, Cronenberg, cooming, and more. This is a preview. Full episode for patrons Soundtrack: Angry Samoans "Wild Hog Rhyde" Archie Shepp "Abstract" Zoviet France "Gesture, Signal, Threat" ВѢНА "Коколь МакГ" The Mentors "Judgement Day" LINKS: J David Osborne at Twitter: @brbjdo Kelby Losack at Twitter: @HeathenishKid Agitator podcast Kelby Losack 'Letting out the Devils' Adam on 'Crimes of the Future'
Food banks are often the lifelines of our communities. They've seen and dealt with unprecedented need during the pandemic. And now, the pandemic is still going on but we're also seeing levels of inflation that we haven't seen in decades. So what kind of impact is that having on food banks? Fred Wasiak, President and CEO of the Food Bank of South Jersey says they hoped the need would level off and keep going down when we started learning to live with COVID, but the need they're seeing now is actually rivaling the height of the pandemic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Russia's invasion of Ukraine started four months ago, but there is still no end in sight. We talk to Oleksandra Matviichuk, who has been documenting evidence of war crimes; and discuss what might come next with Serhii Plokhy, a professor of Ukrainian history at Harvard University; and David Marples, a distinguished university professor of Russian and East European history at the University of Alberta.
Jackie and Greg swoop in like vultures to pick the meat off "Bloody Sam" Peckinpah's revisionist western from 1969. Topics of conversation include Peckinpah's personal life, Old Hollywood vs. New Hollywood, the film's staginess, the magic of Warren Oates, and why Peckinpah's face deserves to be blasted down off the Mount Rushmore of "Great American Filmmakers". You've never heard them this vicious.#84 on Sight & Sound's "The 100 Greatest Films of All Time" list.https://www.bfi.org.uk/sight-and-sound/greatest-films-all-timeCheck us out at our official website: https://www.sceneandheardpod.comJoin our weekly film club: https://www.instagram.com/arroyofilmclubJP Instagram/Twitter: jacpostajGK Instagram: gkleinschmidtPhotography: Matt AraquistainMusic: Andrew Cox
On this special episode, Mike & London touch on new topics diving into mens mental health & their processes of healing as well as coping. In an effort to lead by example, Mike & London engage in a back and forth to determine what a man who has healed truly looks like. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michael-obi/message
Talice, alone and in hiding, is pushed to the darkest corners of Kraken's Breach. TRIGGER WARNINGS: Child Endangerment, Mentions of Self-Harm, Slavery Kenon Pearce as DM and Various NPCs Jordache Richardson as Chaz and Brad Nikki Richardson as Talice ISHNAR/KALCRIN HOMEBREW SETTING by Kenon Pearce Sound editing and design by Kenon Pearce and Nikki Richardson Kenon Pearce @mr_fugufish Jordache Richardson @jdash24 Nikki Ri @nikkirivo Website: totrpodcast.com Twitter: @totrcast Facebook: @topoftheround Instagram: @topoftheround THANK YOU HONORARY PRODUCERS! Gail Yadon Beth/Dee20 Koebaebeefboo David Biggs Dawn Prewett Holden Ray Corey Pfautsch Wanna talk to the cast? Check out our private Discord! https://discord.gg/qshNJJfKRr Or check out our channel on the CastJunkie Discord Server! https://discord.gg/napQ3Cb Go to our website for MERCH! https://www.totrpodcast.com/merch-store.html#/ Find/Review us on Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/top-of-the-round-808056 Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/topoftheround Buy us a cup of coffee on Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/topoftheround Join our Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/476203760792265/ TOTR WIKIPEDIA! https://topoftheround.fandom.com/wiki/Top_of_the_Round_Wiki LIGHT OF THE HOPELESS BY NICK HIGHAM https://www.nickjhigham.co.uk/ Breaking News by NoiseWorld licensed through AudioJungle/Envato - Music Broadcast and Standard License - https://audiojungle.net/licenses/terms/music_standard/2.0 https://audiojungle.net/licenses/terms/music_broadcast_ten_million Music Courtesy of epidemicsound.com: Age of the Sun by Reynard Seidel Mainlander by Dream Cave Last Humans of Earth by Dream Cave Down to Seconds by Trevor Kowalski The King of Thieves by Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen In the Loopholes by Timothy Lewis Firefly Parade by Farrell Wooten Odd Behaviour by Arthur Bensen A Subtle Mind by Dream Cave Tough Test by Christian Andersen Morphing Faces by Silver Maple Confidence is Key by Arthur Bensen It's Just a Dream by Lars Meyer Fay in Mist by Magnus Ludvigsson Sacrifice by Dream Cave Midnight Textures by Silver Maple Never Forgotten by Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen Dark Water by Magnus Ludvigsson Dragon King by Jo Wandrini Dimdans by Franz Gordon Terra Firma by Dream Cave Secrets in the Dark by Alan Carlson Green In the Dark by Lucention Night Hunter by Robert Ruth Sense of Betrayal by Experia A Lesson of Venageance by Experia Encrypted Fragment by Jon Bjork A Bad Place to Be by Bonn Fields Duck Dojo by Silver Maple I Have My Ways by Raymond Grouse Self-Reflection by Claude Signet Hide and Sneak by The Fly Guy Five Hidden in the Snow by Jon Bjork No One in Sight by Jon Bjork Due by Alec Slayne Sneaky Sam by Jerry Lacey Over the Hedge by Jerry Lacey Will He Hurt Me by Magnus Ringblom Follow the Falcon by Davie Celeste We Have to Go Back There by Christian Andersen Death by Stress by Alec Slayne Leaving Base by Anthony Earls Let Them Try by Hampus Naeselius I Am Unbreakable by Niklas Johansson Controlled Collision by Dream Cave Breakpoint by Eoin Mantell Into the Flame by Edgar Hopp Machiavellian by Wendel Scherer Man on the Run by Jon Sunmner Overtaken by Jon Sumner Crazy Course by Experia Prison Yard by Experia Car Chase by Hampus Naeselius Cataclysm by Dream Cave Off Guard by Edgar Hopp Anxiety Attack by Bonnie Grace The Trustees by Alec Slayne Weapons of Impact by Bonnie Grace Time Limit by Alec Slayne We Will Not Yield by Bonnie Grace Danger is Near by Alan Carlson-Green More Danger by Wendel Scherer Defend by Anthony Earls Stimuli by Alec Slayne Engage by Hampus Naeselius We'll Need a Hero by August Wilhelmsson The Inventor by David Celeste Warmest Regards by Experia Coq Au Vin by Arthur Benson Simple Magic by Stationary Sign One Last Drama by Philip Ayers Superior by Silver Maple Ghosting by Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen Ambushed by Dream Cave Music: https://www.purple-planet.com : Two Silly Monkeys Extrapolation by Scott Buckley License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/library/ The Moment Of Self Awareness by Tim Kulig Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/9145-the-moment-of-self-awareness License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license The Hive by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4495-the-hive License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Aka Manah by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4797-aka-manah License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
“Take it; this is my body.” Then he took a cup, gave thanks, and gave it to them, and they all drank from it. He said to them, “This is my blood of the covenant, which will be shed for many.” Mark 14:22a-24 (Year B Gospel)Happy Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, our Lord and God! What a Gift we celebrate today!The Eucharist is everything. It's all things, the fullness of life, eternal salvation, mercy, grace, happiness, etc. Why is the Eucharist all this and so much more? Simply put, the Eucharist IS God. Period. Therefore, the Eucharist is all that God is.In his beautiful traditional hymn, Adoro te Devote, St. Thomas Aquinas writes, “I devoutly adore You, O hidden Deity, truly hidden beneath these appearances. My whole heart submits to You, and in contemplating You, it surrenders itself completely. Sight, touch, taste are all deceived in their judgment of You, but hearing suffices firmly to believe…” What a glorious statement of faith in this wondrous gift.This statement of faith reveals that when we worship before the Eucharist, we worship God Himself hidden under the appearance of bread and wine. Our senses are deceived. What we see, taste and feel do not reveal the reality before us. The Eucharist is God.Throughout our lives, if we were raised Catholic, we were taught reverence for the Eucharist. But “reverence” is not enough. Most Catholics revere the Eucharist, meaning, we genuflect, kneel, and treat the Sacred Host with respect. But it's important to ponder a question in your heart. Do you believe the Eucharist is God Almighty, the Savior of the world, the second Person of the Most Holy Trinity? Do you believe deeply enough to have your heart moved with love and profound devotion every time you are before our divine Lord present before us under the veil of the Eucharist? When you kneel do you fall down prostrate in your heart, loving God with your whole being?Perhaps this sounds like it's a bit excessive. Perhaps simple reverence and respect is enough for you. But it's not. Since the Eucharist is God Almighty, we must see Him there with the eyes of faith in our soul. We must profoundly adore Him as the angels do in Heaven. We must cry out, “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God Almighty.” We must be moved to the deepest of worship as we enter into His divine presence.Ponder the depth of your faith in the Eucharist today and strive to renew it, worshiping God as one who believes with your whole being.I devoutly adore You, O hidden Deity, truly hidden beneath these appearances. My whole heart submits to You, and in contemplating You, it surrenders itself completely. Sight, touch, taste are all deceived in their judgment of You, but hearing suffices firmly to believe. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Rev. Dr. Phil Booe, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church in Luverne, MN joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study Genesis 18:1-21. The LORD and two angels visited Abraham. He ran to them and prepared a major feast for his guests. The LORD gives a promise to Abraham and Sarah of a child. In disbelieving joy, she laughed. She knows that the LORD is faithful but a child would be biologically impossible. We know that the LORD is faithful, but we struggle to cling to Him in trial. “Lord, as You have found me favorable in Your sight for Christ's sake, keep us steadfast in the promises You gave and patiently give us Your Holy Spirit in our times of disbelief. In Christ, Amen”
Veteran market observer Ralph Acampora, who helped develop market analytics and who is recognized as a pioneer in technical analysis, says the stock market had been setting up major tops for a while, with the charts implying that the downturn would be roughly 30 percent from top to bottom. With that in mind, Acampora foresees "at least another 10, 12, 15 percent for the Dow and the S&P 500 on the down side," before any real recovery can start. Also on the show, Larry Holzenthaler, investment strategist and analyst for Nuveen, says that senior loans have been one of the few places to avoid the pain in the fixed-income markets, and they feel like a safer haven and a surprisingly good value right now compared to most parts of the credit market, and portfolio manager Gary Bradshaw of the Hodges Funds talks blue-chip stocks and dividend-payers in the Market Call.
“All things are possible to him who believes!” Doug and Rich dive into the topic of faith in this short, powerful, and encouraging episode! What do you think about the episode? Comment below or email us: http://waw.fm/hello
BH June 14 HR 1: Championship in sight: In Hour 1, Bart and Hahn recap last night's win for the Warriors. Alan thinks the series is over! The guys also discuss Jayson Tatum's performance and the importance for him to rise up in Game 6. We're joined by Chris Finch, Timberwolves Head Coach, for more perspective on the NBA Finals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices