Kingdom in Southwestern Europe
All good things must come to an end, and in this week's episode, Juliet and Jacoby put a bow around their spring break trip to Spain. They discuss more British profiling, question cheese-flavored chocolate truffles, and debate a Michelin-star meal served in the stratosphere. For this week's taste test, we return to Finca Ecológica La Calabacera to taste sapote negra. Finally, Juliet and Jacoby close the show by sharing their Personal Food News. Do you have Personal Food News? We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 646-783-9138 or email ListenerFoodNews@Gmail.com for a chance to have your news shared on the show. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Producers: Mike Wargon and Ronak Nair Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The 2022/23 club season is coming to an end, but there are still plenty of off-the-pitch storylines to discuss! The racism displayed by La Liga fans towards Vinicius Jr. this year has been absolutely appalling. Even the league's leadership is siding with the racists now! Christian and Alexis break down all the drama coming out of Spain and condemn the treatment of Real Madrid's Brazilian starlet. We also discuss fitness influencer Joey Swoll's reaction to Mykhailo Mudryk's immature gym video, Jose Mourinho's comments about his time at Tottenham, and preview the Championship Playoff Final with a little help from our friends at The Underdogs podcast. Unlike Producer Miguel, they actually know what they're talking about when it comes to gambling! Exclusive content: https://www.patreon.com/SoccerCooligans This is where we put everything we shouldn't say
As League seasons come to a close across Europe, Dotun, Andy and David have some huge stories to unpack.After Valencia double down in their self-defence over the racist abuse aimed at Vinícius Junior, we discuss attitudes to racism in Spain and the shameful response from La Liga. We also react to ANOTHER Juventus points deduction which - surprisingly - has José Mourinho in a huff.Plus, it looks like Bayern are about to let the Bundesliga slip out of their hands for the first time since 2012. Why has it gone so disastrously wrong for Tommy Tuchel?Got a question for us? Find us on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube, and email us here: email@example.com. Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The conventional wisdom of old said that more often than not, buying a place to live is cheaper than renting. That’s no longer the case except for four major U.S. cities — Detroit, Philadelphia, Cleveland and Houston. We look at how housing prices have gotten so high and why they’re likely to stay elevated. Plus, the AI boom is driving up demand for microchips, but there are still barriers the industry faces like geopolitical tensions and supply chains. And finally, the BBC reports on a proposal in Spain to subsidize bars in rural towns, which often serve as community social hubs in the countryside.
From the BBC World Service: A recession is commonly defined as the economy shrinking in two successive quarters — that’s just what’s happened to Germany, mainly because higher energy prices have hit household budgets and that’s put the brakes on spending. It’s Europe’s biggest economy, so what’s the wider impact? Plus, the International Monetary Fund has approved a multi-billion dollar loan for Ivory Coast. And, we hear from rural Spain where a plan is being considered to help subsidize bars in depopulated areas which have become vital community hubs in a country where 90% of the population lives in urban areas.
Meta sells Giphy for a fraction of what it paid just a few years ago. Spain's government has it out for end-to-end encryption. And the US Surgeon General advises families about the potential dangers of social media. Plus more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Meg Maloney is the author of an intriguing memoir, "Slow Your Roll," where she chronicles her transformative journey across Spain on the Camino de Santiago, a renowned network of pilgrimages culminating at the shrine of apostle St. James the Great in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostola. With its spiritual aura, this trail has attracted millions over the years, becoming a beloved route for spiritual seekers, hikers, and tourists alike.Beyond her role as an author, Meg is a seasoned marriage and family therapist, a loving mother of three grown-up children, and a devoted wife of 30 years. However, through our discussions, a recurring theme was the importance of nurturing one's individual identity and aspirations, a concept I've coined as "awesome adulting." You'll hear what she discovered about herself on her pilgrimage, how she reacclimated to the fast pace of modern life, and how she's changed through the process.You can download show notes for the podcast here: https://blog.bravewriter.com/category/podcasts/Resources:Read: "Slow Your Roll: Ruminations & Reflections On My Walk Across Spain"Looking for a new math program? Get a free trial of CTCMath.com today to get a free trial.It's that time of year: We're announcing the new book list for the coming school year! Register for the Book Reveal June 1 & 2 webinars!Sign up for our Text Message Pod Ring to get podcast updates and more!Send us podcast topic ideas by texting us: +1 (833) 947-3684Want help getting started with Brave Writer? Head over to bravewriter.com/getting-startedSign up for the Brave Writer newsletter to learn about all of the special offers we're doing in 2022 and you'll get a free seven-day Writing Blitz guide just for signing up: https://go.bravewriter.com/writing-blitzConnect with Julie:Instagram: instagram.com/juliebravewriterTwitter: twitter.com/bravewriterFacebook: facebook.com/bravewriterProduced by Nova Media
Stuff You Missed in History Class
Hasekura Rokuemon Tsunenaga was a samurai who led a diplomatic delegation to New Spain, Spain and Rome in the 17th century. But many of the Japanese records about their mission were lost or destroyed after they returned. Research: Carl, Katy. “Aiming for Japan and Getting Heaven Thrown In.” Genealogies of Modernity. 12/2/2020. https://genealogiesofmodernity.org/journal/2020/11/25/scales-of-value-shusaku-endos-the-samurai Christensen, Thomas. “1616: The World in Motion.” Counterpoint. 2012. https://archive.org/details/1616worldinmotio0000chri/ Corradini, Piero. “Some Problems concerning Hasekura Tsunenaga's Embassy to the Pope." From Rethinking Japan Vol. 2. Routledge. 1995. Frederic, Louis. “Japan Encyclopedia.” Translated by Käthe Roth. 2002. https://archive.org/details/japanencyclopedi0000loui/mode/1up Fujikawa, Mayu. “Pope Paul V's global design.” Renaissance Studies, APRIL 2016, Vol. 30, No. 2 (APRIL 2016). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/26618847 Gessel, Van C. “Historical Background.” From The Samurai by Shusaku Endo. Gutierrez, Ed. “Samurai in Spain.” Japan Quarterly, Jan. 1, 2000. Jones, Josh. “The 17th Century Japanese Samurai Who Sailed to Europe, Met the Pope & Became a Roman Citizen.” Open Culture. 11/29/2021. https://www.openculture.com/2021/11/the-17th-century-japanese-samurai-who-sailed-to-europe-met-the-pope-became-a-roman-citizen.html Kamens, Edward. “'The Tale of Genji' and ‘Yashima' Screens in Local and Global Contexts.” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin , 2007, Japanese Art at Yale (2007). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/40514681 KCP International. “Hasekura Tsunenaga and his Travels.” KCP International Japanese Language School. 9/6/2017. https://www.kcpinternational.com/2017/09/hasekura-tsunenaga-and-his-travels/ Lee, Christina H. “The Perception of the Japanese in Early Modern Spain: Not Quite ‘The Best People Yet Discovered'.” eHumanista: Volume 11, 2008. Massarella, Derek. “The Japanese Embassy to Europe (1582–1590).” The Japanese Embassy to Europe (1582–1590). February 2013. https://www.hakluyt.com/downloadable_files/Journal/Massarella.pdf Mathes, W. Michael. “A Quarter Century of Trans-Pacific Diplomacy: New Spain and Japan, 1592-1617.” Journal of Asian History , 1990, Vol. 24, No. 1 (1990). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/41925377 Musillo, Marco. “The Borghese papacy's reception of a samurai delegation and its fresco image at Palazzo del Quirinale, Rome.” From Western visions of the Far East in a transpacific age, 1522-1657. Ashgate, 2012. Pasciuto, Greg. “Hasekura Tsunenaga: The Adventures of a Christian Samurai.” The Collector. 12/7/2022. https://www.thecollector.com/hasekura-tsunenaga-christian-samurai/ Sanabrais, Sofia. “'Spaniards of Asia': The Japanese Presence in Colonial Mexico.” Bulletin of Portuguese Japanese Studies. 2009, 18/19. https://www.redalyc.org/pdf/361/36129851009.pdf Shigemi, Inaga. “Japanese Encounters with Latin America and Iberian Catholicism (1549–1973): Some Thoughts on Language, Imperialism, Identity Formation, and Comparative Research.” The Comparatist, Vol. 32 (MAY 2008). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/26237176 Strusiewicz, Cezary Jan. “The Samurai Who Met the Pope.” Tokyo Weekender. 4/26/2021. https://www.tokyoweekender.com/art_and_culture/japanese-culture/the-samurai-who-met-the-pope/ Theroux, Marcel. “The samurai who charmed the courts of Europe.” The Guardian. 6/7/2020. https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2020/jun/07/hasekura-rokuemon-tsunenaga-japan-samurai-charmed-courts-europe Tucci, Giuseppe. “Japanese Ambassadors as Roman Patricians.” East and West , JULY 1951, Vol. 2, No. 2. Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/29757935 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nothing Personal with David Samson
Today's word of the day is ‘length' as in long term as in length of contracts as in Trea Turner as in Xander Bogaerts as in Rafael Devers as in Carlos Correa. What's going on with them? All got big deals. All have slow starts. Is it worth it? (13:50) Roger Goodell is here to say. Boo him all you want. But the extension is here. (25:45) Review: The Covenant. (30:30) What's happening in Spain right now needs to be addressed. Vinicius Jr needs all the support he can get. What happens when a league and country don't do enough to protect a player? (42:20) NPPOD Let's be better today! I'm going to go for a run. Get some fresh air! Let's have a day! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The FC crew react to the Spanish Federation canceling Vinicius Junior's red card and giving Valencia a partial stadium ban for 5 games. Sid Lowe joins the show to break down the unprecedented punishments and explains the important of the decision on the future of football in Spain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben Franklin's World: A Podcast About Early American History
For much of the colonial period, Spain claimed almost all of North America as Spanish territory. It displayed this claim on maps and in the administrative units it created to govern this vast territory: New Spain and La Florida. Charles Tingley is a Senior Research Librarian at the St. Augustine Historical Society in St. Augustine, Florida, and an expert in the history of St. Augustine. He joins us to explore the early American history of La Florida through the lens of one of its capitals: the City of St. Augustine. Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/358 Join Ben Franklin's World! Subscribe and help us bring history right to your ears! Sponsor Links Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Juneteenth at Colonial Williamsburg Complementary Episodes Episode 082: Alejandra Dubcovsky, Information & Communication in the Early American South Episode 167: Eberhard Faber, The Early History of New Orleans Episode 178: Karoline Cook, Muslims & Moriscos in Colonial Spanish America Episode 241: Molly Warsh, Pearls & the Nature of the Spanish Empire Episode 319: Ada Ferrer, Cuba, An Early American History Episode 334: Brandon Bayne, Missions and Mission Building in New Spain Listen! Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Amazon Music Ben Franklin's World iOS App Ben Franklin's World Android App Helpful Links Join the Ben Franklin's World Facebook Group Ben Franklin's World Twitter: @BFWorldPodcast Ben Franklin's World Facebook Page Sign-up for the Franklin Gazette Newsletter
Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz
Patron of the revival of Torah scholarship in Spain
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (05/23/2023): 3:05pm- According to reports, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is expected to announce he's running for President tomorrow during a live streamed interview on Twitter with billionaire Elon Musk. 3:10pm- While discussing debt ceiling negotiations, Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA) compared Republicans to hostage takers—and advised members of the press to report that Republicans are solely to blame for stalled negotiations. 3:15pm- Outside of the U.S. Capitol, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) told the press that “there would be a huge backlash…in the streets” if President Joe Biden agrees to any Republican budget cuts. 3:40pm- Christen Smith—Pennsylvania News Editor for The Center Square & a contributor for The Washington Examiner, RealClearPolitics, and Broad + Liberty—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss her most recent article, “What Carbon Pricing Means, and Costs, in Pennsylvania.” You can read the full piece here: https://www.thecentersquare.com/pennsylvania/article_0ba97b36-f5dc-11ed-aa40-4bf833e40afc.html 4:05pm- On Monday night, a man crashed a U-Haul truck into a barrier near the White House. According to reports, the driver did not possess any weapons at the time of the crash but had plans to kidnap President Joe Biden. The Biden Administration emphasized that the President was not in any danger during the incident. 4:20pm- Has Target gone completely woke? The retail corporation is now offering LGBTQ+ clothing for young children, toddlers, and babies—as well as children's swimsuits that promise to “bind” and “tuck.” You can read more here: https://nypost.com/2023/05/23/target-holds-emergency-meeting-over-lgbtq-merchandise-in-southern-stores/ 4:35pm- According to Tucker Carlson biographer Chadwick Moore, the former Fox News prime-time host was fired as part of the $800 million Dominion Voting Systems settlement. 4:45pm- A new CNN poll indicates President Joe Biden's approval rating is lower than any president since Jimmy Carter, at this point in their presidencies. Additionally, polling indicates that 60% of Americans want to raise the debt ceiling AND adopt spending cuts to the federal government. 4:50pm- On Monday, Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) announced he's running for president. In response, the ladies of The View mocked Scott's hopeful messaging. At one point, Joy Behar compared him to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and outrageously argued the two men don't know what it's like to be black in America. 5:05pm- The Drive at 5: While appearing on Fox News, former U.S. Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard predicted that if Robert Kennedy Jr. continues to poll well, elements within the Democrat party will begin to smear him in order to protect President Joe Biden's re-election chances. 5:10pm- In response to The View's criticisms, 2024 Presidential candidate Tim Scott said “I am not the exception, I am actually the rule” when it comes to people succeeding in America. 5:20pm- According to Amanda Harding of The Daily Wire, “Jodi Benson, the actress who originally voiced Ariel in ‘The Little Mermaid,' recently said she agrees with some of the changes made in the live-action version of the film. The Disney remake made headlines earlier this year for changing the lyrics to the classic song ‘Kiss the Girl,' which was made popular in the animated version of ‘The Little Mermaid' (1989). According to the composer, the words were changed to include consent so the audience knows Prince Eric would never ‘force himself on Ariel.'” You can read the full article here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/original-ariel-voice-actor-defends-new-little-mermaid-changing-song-lyrics-to-include-consent-things-change 5:45pm- A far-left professor at Hunter College, Shellyne Rodriquez, cursed at students and destroyed a pro-life display they had set up. In another incident, the professor threatened reporters with a machete—kicking one of them in the leg. 6:05pm- Paul Thacker—American journalist based in Spain and former Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University—joins The Rich Zeoli to discuss his latest article, “Biden White House and Big Disinformation Have Policies to Ban 'True Content' on COVID Vaccines.” You can read all of Thacker's work, “The Disinformation Chronicle,” here: https://www.pauldthacker.com 6:35pm- More marine wildlife washes ashore along the Atlantic coast. Sonar has been used for ocean floor mapping and, according to some environmental experts, it may be interfering with whales' ability to communicate and accurately navigate. 6:50pm- North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper (D) seemingly declared a “state of emergency” over Republican state lawmakers announcing plans to overturn his veto and pass education reform/introduce school choice.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: Paul Thacker—American journalist based in Spain and former Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University—joins The Rich Zeoli to discuss his latest article, “Biden White House and Big Disinformation Have Policies to Ban 'True Content' on COVID Vaccines.” You can read all of Thacker's work, “The Disinformation Chronicle,” here: https://www.pauldthacker.com More marine wildlife washes ashore along the Atlantic coast. Sonar has been used for ocean floor mapping and, according to some environmental experts, it may be interfering with whales' ability to communicate and accurately navigate. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper (D) seemingly declared a “state of emergency” over Republican state lawmakers announcing plans to overturn his veto and pass education reform/introduce school choice.
Paul Thacker—American journalist based in Spain and former Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University—joins The Rich Zeoli to discuss his latest article, “Biden White House and Big Disinformation Have Policies to Ban 'True Content' on COVID Vaccines.” You can read all of Thacker's work, “The Disinformation Chronicle,” here:https://www.pauldthacker.com
Ben Harburg is a Managing Partner at MSA Capital, a global investment firm with over $2 billion in assets under management. Mr Harburg also leads MSA Novo, the emerging markets focused franchise of MSA. Ben has significant investment and operations experience in the Greater China, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. He sits on Boards of Directors of various private and public companies, as well as those of foundations such as the National Committee on US China Relations, the Asian Cultural Council, and the Carnegie Endowment's China Center. He was a Neubauer Scholar at Tufts University (where he studied International Relations), a Fulbright Scholar at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (where he was based in the Department of Islamic Sciences and Oriental Philology), and the first native born American admitted to Tsinghua University Peoples Bank of China School of Finance elite EMBA program. His passion is football and he is a co-owner of Cádiz Club de Fútbol, a team playing in Spain's First Division (La Liga). Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-harburg/ Website: https://benharburg.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/geeksofthevalley/support
Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...
Taylor, Joe and Ryan are joined by returning champion Graham to discuss an eventful weekend of soccer, in which Man City won a title without kicking a ball, Borussia Dortmund climbed into the Bundesliga catbird seat and Vinicius Jr suffered racist abuse in Valencia. ---- JOIN THE TSS+ PATREON! Check out our brand-new Patreon, which houses bonus podcasts, access to our exclusive Discord, blog posts, videos, and much more. Become a member today at patreon.com/totalsoccershow! ---- Sponsors! Today's episode is brought to you by... Omaha Steaks! Order today at OmahaSteaks.com and get $30 off with Promo Code 'TSS'. Every purchase is backed by their unconditional, money-back guarantee. Minimum order may be required. See site for details. Shady Rays! Go to ShadyRays.com/TSS and use code 'TSS' and for a limited time, when you buy one pair of Shady Rays, you'll get a second pair FREE. Kiwico! Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping at Kiwico.com with the promo code 'TSS23'. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we're joined by Marti Buckley, an author, cook, and journalist living in San Sebastián, Spain. Her award-winning cookbook is called Basque Country, and her second book, The Pintxo Book, will be out in spring of 2024. Listen to the interview to learn more about Basque Country (the place as well as the gorgeous book). We also discuss life in Spain vs. the United States, the challenges of single parenting abroad, and the effect that tourism has on places. Also: discover why pintxos (pronounced pin-cho) is the best eating format ever invented. Find Marti on Instagram or on Twitter. Order Basque Country here or wherever you buy books. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. START PODCASTING: If you are planning to start your own podcast, consider Libsyn for your hosting service! Use this affliliate link to get two months free, or use our promo code SWEET when you sign up. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!
Happy Monday Sisters! 03:33:50 - Jade Spain Recap: Jade recaps her trip to Spain with Mr. Roberts and how she's in the part of her movie where she's skipping down the street in love and waiting for the other shoe to drop. She talks about watching The Whale on the plane, Gwyneth on Call Her Daddy, and how she has been processing her divorce. 14:10:58 - Paige Dating Recap: Paige is back on the horse and recaps a recent date from the weekend! We talk about getting gassed up on a date and Jade's unbearableness factor. 18:03:53 - Baily's Recap: Baily let's us know about a cute little date idea she had with Sticks! 19:27:24 - The trauma of booking a European Vacation with our parents. Jade takes a JSX to DFW and can't shut up about it, we are going to Oktoberfest this September and we discuss how stressful it has been to plan with our parents, flight anxieties, and Paige defends our poor mom against Jade. 33:38:39 - Curfews. We discuss how different our curfews were based on how badly you wanted to hit the town. 38:52:49 - Alix Earle Graduates and we hope the girls are alright. It's so hard being a young woman on social media and we must protect her at all costs and also hope the girlies don't compare their lives to her. 45:09:28 - Tom Sandoval in ATX! We discuss our anticipation of VPR's reunion and how Sandoval was JUST IN AUSTIN! 50:43:35 - Listener Stories: One listener asks for help in dealing with a very toxic brother in law and all of the girls weigh in on their experiences with Mark and Tyson. It gets DEEP so maybe a little trigger warning if you're sensitive to discussing abusive relationships or addiction. Next week we're talking about crazy High School stories, moving in High School was tough and we have some wild stories including the time Jade's cheer squad made the national news. Tell us your stories! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram at instagram.com/yourpoordadpod
Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan, says he fears that general elections due by October won't be held. He told the BBC he believed there was a danger to his life, but said much more worrying was the danger to Pakistani democracy. We hear the response of a government minister. Also in the programme: Ukraine and Russia disagree about who holds the Ukrainian town of Bakhmut - we hear from a former resident about the destruction of her home; and one of the best footballers in Spain says the country's top league "belongs to racists", after he's abused during a match. (File photo: Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan gestures as he speaks to the members of the media at his residence in Lahore, Pakistan May 18, 2023. Reuters/Mohsin Raza/File Photo)
In God's Image Dr. Richard Ruhling pt 2 Christopher Columbus, who has been traced to have a Jewish heritage, was fleeing Jewish persecution when he arrived in Spain. There has been some tracing of his crew to have almost, not exclusively, but almost a completely Jewish crew! They were fleeing persecution from the Catholic Church at that time. Which resulted in the discovery of the New World and America. Amen! Fast forward a few centuries and we see the Pilgrims fleeing persecution from the King of England. Which resulted in them fleeing to America. They were fleeing for one reason – freedom to worship God in the way they choose. This contradicted the Catholic Church, the authority of the Pope and all of the Catholic church doctrines and teachings… Our guest today is going to discuss these differences and continuing persecution of Christians, and what the true believers should be doing in this day and hour in preparation for the soon return of Jesus. Amen! Dr. Richard Ruhling is back today to share information that a lot of churches refuse to acknowledge, let alone discuss. It may stir up too many fires and they are not prepared for the backlash. But, you know Pastor Bob – I thrive on sharing the TRUTH of the Bible and if I'm stepping on toes, my response is “don't put your toes out where they can get stomped on!” Amen! I know the King James version of the Bible is NOT the best translation of scripture. I also know the Catholic version is very, very different from the Bible which Evangelical Christians read (various translations). Let me see if I understand this correctly… In the beginning, God created everything and then created man. Man is created IN THE IMAGE of God – so man would have all both, the masculine and feminine personalities of God. Then, when God removed Adam's rib and formed Eve, He actually took the Feminine personality from Adam and gave it to Eve. This would mean that, in order to complete each other, a man and woman must find their “soulmate” that completes them. That would explain the physical man… but what about the Spiritual man? Once we are born again, we have Christ dwelling in us. Would the next step then be, what has been called, the “infilling of the Holy Spirit?” Would that be the feminine Godhead coming to dwell in us as well? What about the issue of Christ is supposed to “marry” The Holy Spirit at the wedding feast in Heaven? You referenced the May 1948 date where the U.N. “gave” Israel the land. Recently, there was a resolution passed where they said that was a “mistake” and are urging Israel to “give the land back” to the Muslims. Ramadan is still going on during the time of this recording, and Dr. Ruhling thinks after Ramadan is over – we are going to see some big events unfold in Jerusalem and Israel. That means, at the time of the publication of this episode, we could be looking at “end time events” in real time! Dr. Ruhling, this has been so interesting, once again. Amen If someone wanted to get in touch with you, to ask a question, etc., how can they do that? How can someone get in touch with you? I'll put links to all of this in the show notes below.
Join Us in France Travel Podcast
In the 442nd episode of the "Join Us in France" podcast, host Annie Sargent engages guest Helen Talley-McRae in a discussion about her Mediterranean cruise experience. The cruise, offered by Viking Ocean Cruises, embarked from Rome and concluded in Tarragona, Spain, stopping at French ports such as Marseille and Sète. Helen selected this journey to celebrate a milestone birthday after her 2020 travel plans were postponed due to the pandemic. Helen highlights both pros and cons of cruising. Positives include the ability to visit several locations quickly, simplified logistics, excellent onboard service and facilities, and an all-inclusive package. Drawbacks, however, encompass substantial upfront costs, superficial visits due to limited shore time, potential dependence on organized excursions, occasionally disappointing food quality, and unexpected itinerary changes due to weather. The journey included stops at numerous locations, with Sète, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Les Baux-de-Provence, and Monaco emerging as Helen's favorites. In Sète, she enjoyed a local guided tour and the chance to interact with locals. Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and Les Baux-de-Provence captivated her with their rich history and local markets, while Monaco surprised her with its traditional old town, contrasting with the known glamour of Monte Carlo. Despite some limitations, such as an industrial port at Marseille and missing out on certain attractions due to time constraints, Helen appreciated the overall experience and expressed interest in future river cruises. She believes this type of cruise is ideal for individuals desiring a resort-style vacation or those who might be visiting Europe for the first time. After her memorable trip, Helen is excited about her upcoming visit to family in Paris and Brittany.
In God's Image Dr. Richard Ruhling pt 1 Christopher Columbus, who has been traced to have a Jewish heritage, was fleeing Jewish persecution when he arrived in Spain. There has been some tracing of his crew to have almost, not exclusively, but almost a completely Jewish crew! They were fleeing persecution from the Catholic Church at that time. Which resulted in the discovery of the New World and America. Amen! Fast forward a few centuries and we see the Pilgrims fleeing persecution from the King of England. Which resulted in them fleeing to America. They were fleeing for one reason – freedom to worship God in the way they choose. This contradicted the Catholic Church, the authority of the Pope and all of the Catholic church doctrines and teachings… Our guest today is going to discuss these differences and continuing persecution of Christians, and what the true believers should be doing in this day and hour in preparation for the soon return of Jesus. Amen! Dr. Richard Ruhling is back today to share information that a lot of churches refuse to acknowledge, let alone discuss. It may stir up too many fires and they are not prepared for the backlash. But, you know Pastor Bob – I thrive on sharing the TRUTH of the Bible and if I'm stepping on toes, my response is “don't put your toes out where they can get stomped on!” Amen! Now, Dr. Ruhling just finished up a series of interviews where we discussed the “Seven Seals of Revelation.” If you missed any of those episodes, you need to go back to our archives and listen to them. He shared a lot of value bombs in those interviews. So go to our archives and type in Dr. Ruhling's name and listen. Amen! Help me welcome back to the program, Dr. Richard Ruhling. Dr. Ruhling, thank you for taking the time to come back on the program today. I do appreciate it! Dr. Ruhling, I know the Catholic Church has instituted a lot of controversial doctrines that contradict evangelical Christianity. We know they focus most of their doctrines on the Trinity. But, what are their teachings wrong? What is your opinion on this matter? I know the King James version of the Bible is NOT the best translation of scripture. I also know the Catholic version is very, very different from the Bible which Evangelical Christians read (various translations). Let me see if I understand this correctly… In the beginning, God created everything and then created man. Man is created IN THE IMAGE of God – so man would have all both, the masculine and feminine personalities of God. Then, when God removed Adam's rib and formed Eve, He actually took the Feminine personality from Adam and gave it to Eve. This would mean that, in order to complete each other, a man and woman must find their “soulmate” that completes them. That would explain the physical man… but what about the Spiritual man? Once we are born again, we have Christ dwelling in us. Would the next step then be, what has been called, the “infilling of the Holy Spirit?” Would that be the feminine Godhead coming to dwell in us as well? Folks, Dr. Ruhling has been sharing some Biblical Truth's with us that should be stirring something inside of you right now. You may have more questions at...
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Last time I introduced Francisco Pizarro. Today we bring Atahualpa onto our board. He will be the Incan Emperor at the time of Pizarro's conquest. But Atahualpa wasn't sitting around waiting for Pizarro to arrive. He had actually just defeated his half-brother in a short civil war caused by the ravages of European smallpox. In other words, there's a lot of context here...WEBSITESUPPORT THE SHOWWESTERN CIV 2.0 FREE TRIAL
Talking Out Your Glass podcast
Under cover of his signature top hat and distinctive moustache, Lewis Wilson has accomplished more than most people dream of. His list of achievements includes success as a glass art instructional video producer, demonstrating lampworking artist, promoter of the world's largest hot glass competition, and founding member of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers. A fixture at glass bead and pipe shows, “Looie” is also a fire-eating juggler, knife swallower and a black belt in karate. In his Crystal Myths gallery, you'll find everything from goblets and vases to birds and dinosaurs. The fantasy realm is where this artist draws much of his inspiration. Being from New Mexico, it is only fitting that Wilson is also known for glass sculptures of Native American ceremonial dancers. The intricately costumed pieces have not only become prized additions to private collections, but were also given as official presentations from the state of New Mexico to visiting dignitaries such as King Juan Carlos of Spain, blues legend Bo Diddley, and Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Born in 1949 in Roswell, New Mexico, Wilson was part of a military family that moved frequently to places such as Dallas, Texas, then Morroco, North Africa, and on to Riverside, California. In 1960, 11-year-old Wilson moved with his family to Goose Bay, Canada, where he taught himself how to eat fire, juggle, throw knives and do various magic and circus tricks. In 1963 following a move to Albuquerque, New Mexico, he started learning Shotokan karate, receiving his first-degree black belt in 1969. Joining the United States Air Force in 1970, Wilson was a medic during the Vietnam war, stationed at Cocoa Beach, Florida. During the slow hours of the night, he taught himself about glass through an old scientific glass blowing book he found in the Air Force base library. The medical lab was his studio and a Bunsen burner his equipment. There he made intricately woven animal figurines from 4 mm Pyrex stirring rods. Wilson's first real lessons in glass blowing came in 1973 under the tutelage of Alfonso and Tomas Arribas who had reportedly caught the attention of Walt Disney when the brothers represented Spain at the 1964–‘65 New York World's Fair. Wilson talked them into an apprenticeship at the Crystal Arts on Main Street, U.S.A at Disneyworld where he made thousands of crabs, teapots and birdbaths for the tourists. Mexican glass blower Miguil Bonilla, who also worked for Disney, was another of his mentors. Upon leaving the Air Force in 1974, Wilson went the following day to Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida, to try to secure a job as a glassblower. There were no glassblowing openings, however they did have a vacancy for a juggler and fire-eater. For the next two years he worked with tattooed belly dancers, a magician, and an organ grinder and his monkey. Later that year, Wilson married, and his family moved to St. Petersburg, Florida, where he opened his glass business, Crystal Myths. In 1993, Wilson produced his first glassworking video, Glass Bead Making, and now has produced more than 20 titles. In 1996, Crystal Myths promoted its first show, The Best Bead Show, in Tucson, Arizona, earning him the nickname of “the P.T. Barnum of Beadmakers.” In 2002, Wilson promoted the world's largest hot glass competition called the Albuquerque Flame-Off. There, 300 glass workers from the U.S. and Canada worked on six torches running for 12 hours a day for two days. In 2005, Wilson demonstrated at the Kobe International Lampworking Festival in Kobe, Japan, and only spoke Japanese, which he taught himself, during the demo. Later that year, a building was named after him at Art Glass Invitational in September, one of the highlights of his career. Wilson sold the Best Bead Shows in 2008, re-emerging as a talented artist able to concentrate fully on lampworking. Later that year, at the Oakland ISGB convention, he was presented with the Hall of Flame Award. In 2011, Wilson married glass artist Barbara Svetlick with whom he founded Soft Glass Invitational, promoted for two years in Hilliards, Pennsylvania. In 2015, the event was given to Kris Schaible, and she continues to promote the event. These days, Wilson spends the bulk of his time filling commissions and doing standard production work, with the remainder dedicated to new designs. He and his wife enjoy collaborating, which comprises about 10 percent of each artist's work. With Svetlick's flowers added to Wilson's glass sculpture or her sculpture incorporating his beads, the artwork benefits from the best of both worlds.
Sitting in a room listening to a variety of presentations, most of them non-engaging with slides that looked like this. HUH? Then a physician stands up and begins to relay a series of statistics accompanied by stories. The suicide attempts among college girls have increased from 1% to 2%...a 100% increase in a 2-year span. Nearly 1 in 3 girls have contemplated suicide. We have a college-aged daughter and two college-aged sons…this woke me up. After the presentation, I waited until the presenter was finished shaking hands and walked over into a quiet corner where he was refreshing coffee and asked, “What happened?” His response, in paraphrase…” it is well documented that there is a two-year reversal in behavior among HS and college students in general…so instead of an 18-year-old dealing with 18-year-old things, you have an 18-year-old who is developmentally 16, trying to deal with 28-year-old things because of the unfiltered availability of information.” Thirty years ago, a small subsection of people in the lowcountry of South Carolina would have known of the intimate details of the Alex Murdaugh trial… now there are people in New York, California, and Indonesia whose lives have been impacted by a very very local story. That is 28-year-old Grown Adult information, being straight-veined into 16-year-old minds in New York City while also trying to deal with acne, prom dates, and asking, “Should I download Snapchat OR TikTok OR Tinder OR all three?” There is a narrative that we have heard around the country as we have spoken to groups in Tampa, CLT, ATL, Houston, Dallas, LA, and Vegas…. “Nobody wants to work anymore.” The business owners are looking at the labor pool, and looking at the modern “flexible work environment” and concluding… “Nobody wants to work anymore.” The key leaders are looking at the teams they are leading, and/or the people they are trying to hire and train and conclude… “Nobody wants to work anymore.” But let us reason together for a moment. Really ask, do people REALLY not want to work? REALLY? Do people REALLY want to wake up in a fog, sit around on the couch, indulge in meaningless things all day, eat dinner, watch Maury Povich and Dr. Phil, go to sleep, and do it all over again day after day after day? No. You know what people want? What YOU want?” MEANING You want to be-the-better you know you have the capacity to be! You want what you do to matter! You want what you do to move the needle! You don't want to stand around the cubicle wasteland and drone on and on about the TPS report. To do meaningful things, things that matter, there are 3 things that I want to reiterate, remind, and regurgitate… First, you need hard coachING and you need TO coach hard A reshaping is needed (chucks pottery example sermon 2/26) It offers mobility, portability… And yet, periodically needs to be reshaped and reformed. Pottery shifted an entire economic culture Allowed for portable societies The beauty of the pottery metaphor is that… Solid, hard coaching re-forms, both as you receive and give thoughtful coaching The alternative of this is to ignore coaching, the sound of which just sounds idiotic. Kyrie Irving/Kevin Durant (audio) Nothing good will be done that is done outside of wisdom and accountability Tech will change, languages will change, empires will come and go Wisdom and accountability have and will always be Instead of seeking principle wisdom, We PURSUE THE BEST books, conferences, podcasts, and new strategies to find non-caloric solutions that will run themselves so we don't have to work. THEY WILL NOT… We keep trying to buy the BEST project management software, CRM, billing system… The BEST software is the software that you will actually use!...it requires action The BEST town is the town you will actually live life in…it requires action The BEST car is the one you will actually drive…it requires action The BEST spouse is the one you will actually enjoy spending time with…it requires action ALL of these require YOUR choice, and YOUR action WHY did we see a regress of maturity and cognitive capability among a younger generation? Not realizing that solving problems IS THE JOB ROLE Because outside forces stepped in (including us in this room) and did not allow them to work the muscle of their own independence! What we touted as flexibility became inactivity and apathy…just waiting. We've done much the same in our business trying to remove people from the challenge of solving problems… We have a tool called the Ideal Weekly Schedule…it is among the SIMPLEST tools a BOP coach brings in their toolbelt. You want the adherence level of an Ideal Weekly Schedule is? 30 minutes of pre-work 2 minutes of review daily UNLIMITED discipline and implementation Parkinson's Law tells us that “work expands to the time allotted” Was challenged to do a duel The night before the duel, he wrote letters to friends… Then wrote his “Mathematical Testament” that changed the entire landscape of modern math…IN ONE NIGHT Annie Dillard - a weekly schedule is “willed, faked and so brought into being” Give yourself a week and you'll take a week…give yourself an hour and you'll take an hour EVARISTE GALOISE A POLITICAL ACTIVIST AND MATHEMATICIAN…and a man of turmoil Less than 20% if we're being very generous You know what an Ideal Weekly Schedule requires? A manufactured stricture of our time creates urgency Instead of the weekly schedule, we look at the sub-contractor, the vendor, the customer, our own team and point our finger at them blaming our haphazard week on outside forces. We assume all MEANINGFUL time means personal time Assuming you believe in creation, one of the very first things we as humans were created to do was to WORK There is MEANING IN WORK. THAT IS FULL TIME -> BEST EFFORT YOU OWN YOUR TIME, and YOU WANT THAT TIME TO BE MEANINGFUL within the helpful expectations your business has helped set for you Not to work ALWAYS Not to work SOMETIMES We were designed to work, and rest, and work, and rest…a rhythm When we surround ourselves with the accountability of coaching (internally and externally), we are pushed to work and rest When we lead a person who needs to BE coached, we surround them with the accountability to work and rest, work and rest REALITY: We are trying to rest, pass it off as work and excuse it as “flexibility” Our current narrative: “I need flexibility to interrupt the drudgery of work to take care of life” Let's reframe the narrative: “Technology has provided the flexibility to check in on life while I'm doing meaningful work, and to be fully present in life while I am resting from work” Coaching will hold you accountable so you can find meaning in both. By which YOU can now coach others to do the same. The Second reminder of meaningful work: happiness is elusive, joy is manufactured Full confession - I'm teaching this as a student…not the expert Hedonic treadmill: “these conveniences by becoming habitual had almost entirely ceased to be enjoyable, and at the same time degenerated into true needs, it became much more cruel to be deprived of them than to possess them was sweet, and men were unhappy to lose them without being happy to possess them.” - Jean-Jacques Rousseau TRUE STORY: We've achieved a lot of chaos-busting tools and coaching, and yet a failure that we have had at BOP since we started in 2015 is building an incentive compensation structure and coaching module that works for everyone A constantly rising tide that could go up…or down leaving the business in a tough spot if it doled out its reserves. We have never seen more than 10-15% of employees offer a sincere and non-expectant thank you for additional compensation received (bonuses, etc.) Why? The joy of possessing them was immediately rooted out by the numbness of expecting them Why have we pushed so hard against year-end, random bonuses? B/c the human psyche can't help but see it as a recurring expectation…joy is lost b/c the convenience was never found… FLIP THE NARRATIVE IN YOUR HEAD: “All joy…make it your in-front-of thought” James 1:2 - James was the son of an Israeli Construction worker who lived in a village town between Haifa on the Mediterranean and the modern Sea of Galilee When they were older, his brother was falsely accused of a crime, and murdered in public James was beheaded because of his teaching and his body buried in Spain What was the message he taught? “All joy…make it your in-front-of (first before any) thought” What is joy - a willful acceptance that a situation has brought you favor Testing leads to endurance Endurance leads to growth Growth leads to fullness Fullness is the opposite of emptiness which is what many of us feel now. Choosing Joy in hard things = Satisfaction and not emptiness WHY JOY? ACTION: A NEW QUESTION TO ADD FOR CHECK IN: “what hard thing happened this week that you can find joy in?” Third, your job is to swim in a pool of problems and solve them This was the wisdom of the great Vanilla Ice - “If you've got a problem, yo, I'll solve it…” Without a PROBLEM, there is no need for a solution, therefore no need for job roles…no need for services and products. Artif. Intel. can now perform both repetitive and non-repetitive tasks But they cannot solve problems with a human touch Your role exists b/c of PROBLEMS, so it is unreasonable for any of us to be convinced that your role will be without continuous challenge Fortitude: courage in pain and adversity…courage when problems persist A new training course at USC: How to Fail: A Resilience Building Workshop Universities across the country are seeing the need for proactive training in the area of a) identifying problems, b) learn from problems c) solve problems, d) endure thru problems We are in a space and time where we need to embrace the power both of the problem, and finding joy in solving the problem Billing glitch…opportunity for gratitude that you get to solve it Sub-contractor no show…opportunity for gratitude that you get to solve it Client won't follow through…opportunity for gratitude that you get to solve it Marketing machine is not delivering leads…opportunity for gratitude that you get to solve it Sales conversions hit or miss…opportunity for gratitude that you get to solve it It is time to boundary ourselves and get BACK to the work of solving problems where we can use Technology to allow for the flexibility to check in on life while I'm doing meaningful work, and to be fully present in life while I am resting from work Over the next two hours we have set the table for you to either wallow in a large, easy pool of pity…or to put your cape on, take a deep breath, and go to work to solve important problems that will change your life…and in turn, you will change my life. One of our 5 core values is WRITE IT DOWN…what is the ONE thing that jumps out at you, you want to work on?
Family Brand: Take Back Your Family
Hello, folks! Welcome back to another episode of The Family Brand Podcast with your hosts, Chris and Melissa Smith. As summer is rolling in, we can't help but hum Sublime's Summertime and start to plan our adventures and we're excited about the prospect of what the summer holds for us and our family. Before your schedule fills up with graduations, parties, BBQ's and everything in between, we want to help you plan the fun family things you've always wanted to do! Over the next few episodes, we'll be exploring the joys of summer, going screen-free, and more, with inspiring guests like Meg Martin. But that's not all; the Smith family is taking a leap of adventure this year with a grand family trip to Europe! From London to Switzerland, Italy, Croatia, and possibly Spain, we're stepping out of our comfort zone and embracing the adventure of travel. This summer is all about making memories and creating stories to tell. Are you in? If so, this new podcast series is for you! We challenge you to make your summer just as magical, whether it's through grand adventures or peaceful time at home. After all, we only have 18 summers with our children, let's make each one count! Stay tuned for all the fun and excitement. Until next time, happy summer! LINKS: Website: familybrand.com Social: Instagram: www.instagram.com/ourfamilybrand Facebook: www.facebook.com/FamilyBrandOfficial YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCGu-7odB6gkPbyXpUIQLkrg Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurFamilyBrand NEW: What Culture are You Creating In Your Family? Take the Quiz Now! https://familybrand.com/quiz Episode Minute By Minute: 0:00 Show Introduction 2:45 Welcome to part one in our new Summer content series! 4:00 A look into the Smith's upcoming adventure 6:18 How our family vacation reflects are family values 7:16 You only get 18 Summers with your kids 8:44 Don't talk yourself out of the fun things in life 11:58 And it doesn't have to be a big trip
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Don QuixoteDon Quixote Full Book Introduction The book revolves around the adventures of a middle-aged man of the lowest nobility. After reading so many chivalric romances, he loses his mind to become a knight-errant and save his country. After recruiting Sancho Panza as a squire, the two embark on their adventure. Author : Miguel De Cervantes SaavedraIt is widely considered that Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was one of the world's greatest novelists and the greatest writer of the Spanish language. Don Quixote is his greatest work, widely recognized as the first modern novel and the pinnacle of world literature. Overview | Chapter 1Hi, welcome to Bookey. Today we will unlock the book Don Quixote. It is a classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes in the early 17th century. It follows the adventures of a middle aged man named Alonso Quixano, who becomes convinced he is a knight and sets out on a quest to right wrongs and defend the helpless. Accompanied by his loyal squire, Sancho Panza, Don Quixote encounters a series of comical and often absurd situations as he tries to live up to his chivalrous ideals. He battles windmills, challenges a group of priests to a duel, and even rescues a damsel in distress. Despite his well-meaning intentions, Don Quixote's actions often cause chaos and confusion, leading to humorous misunderstandings and misadventures. As he continues his journey, he begins to question the nature of reality and the role of imagination in shaping our lives. The novel explores themes of idealism, delusion, and the power of imagination to transform our world. The novel has been widely celebrated for its humor, satire, and exploration of human nature. The author of this book, Miguel de Cervantes, was born in 1547 in Alcalá de Henares, Spain. In Western literature, he is regarded as one of the greatest Spanish novelists, poets, and playwrights. Cervantes began writing at a young age and published several plays and poems before becoming a soldier in the Spanish Navy. He fought in many battles, including the famous Battle of Lepanto, where he was wounded and captured by pirates. After being released from captivity, Cervantes returned to Spain and continued to write. In 1605, he published the first part of Don Quixote, which quickly became a literary sensation and established Cervantes as one of the leading writers of his time. The second part of the book was published in 1615, and the complete novel was published in 1620. Cervantes died in Madrid in 1616, but his legacy as one of the greatest writers in history lives on. Moreover, the impact of Don Quixote has been profound and enduring. It is widely considered one of the greatest works of literature of all time, and its influence can be seen in countless other works of literature, art, and popular culture. The book's hero, Don Quixote, is a timeless symbol of the individual's struggle against the forces of conformity and oppression, and his unyielding idealism and courage have inspired countless readers to believe in themselves and their ability to change the world. Additionally, the novel's clever satire and brilliant storytelling have made it a beloved classic, and it continues to be read and enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds. In short, the impact of Don Quixote has been nothing short of revolutionary, and its lasting legacy is a testament to the power of great literature to inspire and transform the human spirit. Now, we will focus on Don Quixote's adventures in three parts. In Part One, we will provide a plot summary of Don Quixote's...
In this episode of the Late Learner podcast, Alison Hare, a former corporate executive talks about her journey to explore her relationship with God through a year-long program called Re:new, with her mentor Marilyn O'Neill. They host Father Dennis Dorner, a young Catholic priest in Atlanta, to help answer tough questions about faith, Christianity, and hypocrisy in the church. The episode also features a list of the top five most beautiful churches in the world ranked by travel experts.Timestamps[00:03:09] Catholic traditions and the environment.[00:04:55] Unexpected path to priesthood.[00:07:45] Marginalization within the Catholic Church.[00:13:45] What is faith? [00:15:11] Fear of God[00:18:51] Marginalization and pridefulness.[00:22:33] Love and Homelessness.[00:25:39] Helping the homeless.[00:29:42] What is a good Christian?[00:32:51] Caring for each other.[00:39:44] Identity and self-discovery.[00:40:52] Gender identity and faith.[00:44:11] Gender affirming care importance.[00:47:57] Inclusivity in church.[00:51:29] Cultural Clash at a School.[00:54:16] Diversity in Gathering.[00:57:47] Teaching in College.[01:01:25] Learning and growing older.[01:07:33] Meat-free Fridays and the environment.Are you a mother and ready for a new chapter? Book a free exploratory call here.LINKS and resources mentioned:Father Dennis on Late Learner Podcast- EP12; Catholic Priest Breaking Convention and Building on LoveEP55: Father Dennis Living with Intention in a Time of CrisisFather Dennis Dorner, Jr on IGCatholic Shrine of the Immaculate ConceptionRe:New Mentorship through Buckhead ChurchThe Good STUFF (Surprisingly True Useful Fun Facts) Research Sources: #1: Top 5 Most Beautiful Churches in the World#2: Catholic tradition can help save our planetALLISON HARE'S LINKS:EFFECTIVE COLLECTIVE MOTHER MASTERMIND: Schedule a free exploratory call here.AllisonHare.com - Late Learner Podcast, personal journal and blog, danceInstagram - Steps to heal yourself, move society forward, and slinging memes and dancing (seriously, Allison is also a dance fitness instructor)Late Learner IGYouTube ChannelBlog - quick, way more personal, deeper topics - make sure to subscribeTikTok - documenting my journey one lo-fi video at a timeReb3l Dance Fitness - Try it at home! Free month with this link.Personal Brand - need help building yours? Schedule a call with me here and let's discuss.Feedback and Contact:: email@example.com