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Spanish News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Spanish News at 13:00 (JST), May 15

Spanish News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 8:54


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Spanish News at 13:00 (JST), May 15

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Deuteronomy 6-8;15;18;29-30;34 -- Part 2 : Dr. Bruce Satterfield

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 29:51


Dr. Bruce Satterfield returns and discusses the scattering of Israel, the importance of covenants, and his testimony as a scholar.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannelShow Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/old-testament/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastThanks to the followHIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive Producers/SponsorsDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: MarketingLisa Spice: Client Relations, Show Notes/TranscriptsJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Rough Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Transcripts/Language Team/French TranscriptsAriel Cuadra: Spanish TranscriptsIgor Willians: Portuguese Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com/products/let-zion-in-her-beauty-rise-pianoPlease rate and review the podcast.

BirdNote
Morning on the Bayou

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 1:46


Cypress trees draped with Spanish moss rise from still, dark water. A Barred Owl hoots mightily as an alligator slithers by. It's morning on the bayou. Bayous are found in much of the Southeast from Arkansas to Alabama, across flat land that drains into the Mississippi River. A bayou's luxuriant wetness supports lush growth of trees and shrubs. These in turn offer secluded nesting for a broad range of birds, including the Anhinga, the Yellow-throated Warbler, and this Yellow-crowned Night-Heron. Learn more at BirdNote.org.

The Bible Recap
Day 134 (Psalm 32, 51, 86, 122) - Year 4

The Bible Recap

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 7:49


SHOW NOTES:  - All the info you need to START is on our website! Seriously, go there. - Join our PATREON community for bonus perks! - Get your TBR merch - Show credits   FROM TODAY'S PODCAST:  - John 16:8 - Romans 8:1 - The Bible Recap in Spanish!   SOCIALS: The Bible Recap: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter D-Group: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter TLC: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter   D-GROUP: The Bible Recap is brought to you by D-Group - an international network of discipleship and accountability groups that meet weekly in homes and churches: Find or start one near you today!

Accelerated Spanish: Learn Spanish online the fastest and best way, by Master of Memory

Speak along and review! Let's practice using all our new Spanish vocabulary in real-life sentences. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. Follow us on Instagram @acceleratedspanish for daily Spanish translation practice and other learning tools. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw

How To Love Lit Podcast
Kate Chopin - The Awakening - Episode 3 - Edna Pontellier Battles The Forces Without Only To Meet The Forces Within!

How To Love Lit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 49:51


Kate Chopin - The Awakening - Episode 3 - Edna Pontellier Battles The Forces Without Only To Meet The Forces Within!   Hi, I'm Christy Shriver and we're here to discuss books that have changed the world and have changed us.    I'm Garry Shriver and this is the How to Love Lit Podcast.  This is our third episode discussing Kate Chopin's controversial novella, The Awakening.  Week 1 we introduced Chopin, her life and the book itself.  We talked about what a stir it made during her lifetime ultimately resulting in it being forgotten and then rediscovered midway through the 20th century.  Last week, we spent all of our time on the vacation resort island of Grand Isle.  We met Mr. ad Mrs. Pontellier, as well as the two women who represent got Edna, our protagonist, two alternating lifestyles.  Edna Pontellier, we were quick to learn, is not a happily married woman.  Her husband is outwardly kind to her, but readers are told outright that love and mutual respect was never part of the arrangement between these two.  Edna is indulged by Mr. Pontellier, for sure.  He gives her anything she wants in terms of money or material, but in exchange, she is his ornament, an expensive hobby, a pet even- something to be prized- or as Ibsen would describe it- a beautiful doll for his doll house.      The story starts in the summer at the vacation resort town of Grand Isle, Louisiana.  While vacationing on the island, Edna Pontellier experiences what Chopin terms “the awakening”.  She awakens to the understanding that she is not a pet or a doll in the doll house, and just like Nora in the The Doll's House, she decides she really doesn't want to be one anymore.     No, I guess if that were the only thing to this story, we'd have to say, Sorry Kate, Ibsen beat you by about 20 years.  In Ibsen's story, Nora awakens when her husband, Torvald, turns on her over money.      That's a good point, what awakens Edna in this book is not a marital crisis over money.  It is a crisis that awakens her, and it totally informs how she views her marriage, but it is a crisis concerning her husband at all that is the catalyst.   She is awakened to her own humanity by discovering her own sensuality.  I want to highlight that this awakening isn't overtly sexually provoked.  No man comes in and seduces Edna; she does not go off with a wild vacation crew.  She is left vulnerable, if you want to think about it that way, because of loveless marriage, but she is sensually and emotionally provoked through three  very different relationships- all of which affect her physically as well as emotionally.  The first is with a Creole woman, Adele Ratigntole, one with a younger Creole man, Robert LeBrun, and the third with the provocative music of Madame Reisz.  Experiences with these three awaken something in Edna that encourages maybe even forces her to rebel- rebel against her husband, against the culture, against the person she has always been, against the roles she has played, against everything that she has ever known.      The problem is- rebellion only takes you so far.  You may know what you DON'T want, but does that help you understand what you DO?  And this is Edna's problem.  Where do we go from here?     And so, in chapter 17, we return with the Pontellier's to their home in New Orleans.  And, as we have suggested before, New Orleans is not like any other city in America, and it is in these cultural distinctives of Creole life at the turn of the century that Chopin situates our protagonist.  But before we can understand some of the universal and psychological struggles Chopin so carefully sketches for us, we need to understand a little of the culture of this time period and this unusual place.  Garry, tell us a little about this world.  What is so special about Esplanade Street?    Well, one need only Google tourism New Orleans and a description of Esplanade street will be in the first lists of articles you run into.  Let me read the opening sentence from the travel website Neworleans.com    One of the quietest, most scenic and historic streets in New Orleans, Esplanade Avenue is a hidden treasure running through the heart of the city. From its beginning at the foot of the Mississippi River levee to its terminus at the entrance of City Park, Esplanade is a slow pace thoroughfare with quiet ambiance and local charm.  According to this same website, Esplanade Street, during the days of Chopin, functioned as “millionaire row”- which, of course is why the Pontelliers live there.    It actually forms the border between the French Quarter and the less exclusive Faubourg Marigny.  At the turn of the last century it was grand and it was populated by wealthy creoles who were building enormous mansions meant to compete with the mansions of the “Americans” on St. Charles Avenue.    “The Americans”?    Yes, that was the term for the non-Creole white people.  The ones that descended from the British or came into New Orleans from other parts of the US.     Esplanade Street was life at its most grand- there is no suffering like you might find in other parts of New Orleans.  The Pontelliers were wealthy; they were glamorous; these two were living competitively.      The first paragraph of chapter 17 calls the Pontellier mansion dazzling white. And the inside is just as dazzling as the outside. Mrs. Pontellier's silver and crystal were the envy of many women of less generous husbands.  Mr. Pontellier was very proud of this and according to our sassy narrator loved to walk around his house to examine everything.  He “greatly valued his possessions.  They were his and I quote “household gods.”    The Pontelliers had been married for six years, and Edna over this time had adjusted to the culture and obligations of being a woman of the competitive high society of Creole New Orleans.  One such obligation apparently centered around the very serious etiquette of calling cards and house calls.  This is something we're familiar with, btw, since we watch Bridgerton.  It was something we saw in Emma, too.  Garry, talk to us about the very serious social business of calling cards.     Well, this is first and foremost a European custom during this time period. It started with simple cards designed to announce a person's arrival, but as in all things human, it grew and grew into something much larger and subtextual- and of course, with rules.  During the Victorian era, the designs on the cards as well as the etiquette surrounding were elaborate.  A person would leave one's calling card at a friend's house, and by friend meaning a person in your community- you may or may not actually be friends. Dropping off a card was a way to express appreciation, offer condolences or just say hello.  If someone moved into the neighborhood, you were expected to reach out with a card, and a new arrival was expected to do the same to everyone else.      The process would involve putting the card on an elaborate silver tray in the entrance hall.  A tray full of calling cards was like social media for Victorians- you were demonstrating your popularity.    For example, if we were doing this today, we would have a place in the entrance of our home, and we'd make sure the cards of the richest or most popular people we knew were on to.  We would want people who dropped off cards to be impressed by how many other callers we had AND how impressive our friends were. The entire process was dictated by complicated social rules, and as Leonce explains to Edna, to go against these rules could mean social suicide.     It could also mean financial suicide because business always has a human component.  The function of an upper class woman would be to fulfil a very specific social obligation and this involved delivering and accepting these calling cards.  Every woman would have a specific day where she would make it known she was receiving cards, and the other ladies would go around town to pay house calls.  In some cases, a woman might remain in her carriage while her groom would take the card to the door.  During the Regency era like in Jane Austen's day, there was a system of bending down the corner of the card if you were there in person, and not if you were sending it, but by Chopin's day, I'm not sure if that was still a thing.     The main thing was that the card would be dropped off on this special silver tray. If it were a first call, the caller might only leave a card.  But, if you were calling on the prescribed day, the groom would further inquire if the lady of the house were home.  A visit would consist of about twenty minutes of polite conversation.  It was important that if someone called on you, you must reciprocate and call on then on their visiting day.      Well, the Tuesday they get back, Edna leaves the house on her reception day and does not receive any callers- a social no-no.  In fact, as we go through the rest of the book, she never receives callers again. This is an affront to the entire society, and an embarrassment to her husband; it's also just bad for business, as Mr. Pontellier tries to explain to his wayward wife, let's read this exchange.    “Why, my dear, I should think you'd understand by this time that people don't do such things; we've got to observe “les convenances” if we ever expect to get on and keep up with the procession.  If you felt that you had to leave this afternoon, you should have left some suitable explanation for your absences.      One thing I find interesting.  Mr. Pontellier assumes that Mrs. Pontellier is on the same page on wanting the same things as he wants, and what he wants is to keep up with the procession.  They'd been doing this for the last six years, and doing it well.    Another thing I notice is that he doesn't rail at her for skipping out. Mr. Pontellier, unlike her father, even as we progress through the rest of the book, is not hard on her at all.  In fact, he's indulgent.  The problem in the entire book is not that he's been overtly abusive or cruel.  Read the part where he tries to kind of help her fix what he considers to be a serious social blunder.    Page 60    Well, if taken in isolation, this exchange doesn't seem offensive, and I might even have taken sides with Mr. Pontellier if it weren't back to back with this horrid scene of him complaining about his dinner then walking out to spend the rest of the evening at the club where he clearly spends the majority of his time.  You have to wonder what is going on at that club, but beyond that.  Edna is again left in sadness.  “She went and stood at an open window and looked out upon the deep tangle of tea garden below”.  (On an aside, if you've read Chopin's story, the story of an hour, you should recognize the language here and the image of this open window).  Anyway,, Here again we have another image of a caged bird, or a person who is looking out in the world but not feeling a part of it.  “She was seeing herself and finding herself in just sweet half-darkness which met her moods. But the voices were not soothing that came to her from the darkness and the sky above and the stars.  They jeered and sounded mournful notes without promise, devoid even of home.  She turned back into the room and began to walk to and from down its whole length, without stopping, without resting.  She carried in her hands a thin handkerchief, which she tore into ribbons, rolled into a ball, and flung from her.  Once she stopped, and taking off her wedding ring, flung it upon the carpet.  When she saw it there, she stamped her heel upon it, striving to crush it.  But her small boot heel did not make an indenture, not a mark upon the little glittering circlet.  In a sweeping passion she seized a glass vase from the table and flung it upon the tiles of the hearth.  She wanted to destroy something.  The crash and the clatter were what she wanted to hear.”    She's clearly angry…and not just because Mr. Pontellier complained about the food and walked out of the house.  She's angry about everything.     Never mind the fact that we are never told what goes on at this club, but there are several indications in different parts of the book that Mr. Pontellier may be doing other things besides smoking cigars in crowded rooms.  Adele even tells Edna that she disapproves of Mr. Pontellier's club.  She goes on to say, “It's a pity Mr. Pontellier doesn't stay home more in the evenings.  I think you would be more- well, if you don't me my saying it- more united.”      Although I will add, Edna quickly replies, “'Oh dear no!' What should I do if he stayed home? We wouldn't have anything to say to each other.”  - the fact remains that MR. Pontelier does not see any need to nurture any sort of human or intimate relationship with Edna- theirs comes across as a cordial business arrangement, at best, with Edna in the position of employee.      True, and although I don't know if this is the right place to point this out, but in terms of the sexual indiscretions that may or may not be going on when Mr. Pontellier is at the club, there is likely a lot in the culture at large going on under the surface that a person from the outside wouldn't immediately be aware of.   Edna is naïve at first to all that goes on in her Victorian-Creole world.  There just is no such thing as “lofty chastity”  amongst the Creole people, or any people I might add, although Edna initially seems to believe that in spite of all the sexual innuendo in the language, nothing sexual was ever going on.  There are just too many indications otherwise in the story that that is not the case.  The reader can see it, even though Edna cannot.     True, and if you didn't catch it on Grand Isle, in the city, it is more obvious, and the farther along we go in the story, it gets more obvious as well.  Mrs. James Highcamp is one example.  She has married an “American” but uses her daughter as a pretext for cultivating relationships with younger men.  This is so well-known that Mr. Pontellier tells Edna, after seeing her calling card, that the less you have to do with Mrs. Highcamp the better.  But she's not the only example.  Victor basically details an encounter with Edna of being with a prostitute he calls “a beauty” when she comes to visit his mother..ending with the phrase that she wouldn't comprehend such things.  And of course, most obviously there is the character Arobin with whom Edna eventually does get sexually involved, but his reputation has clearly preceded him.       Well, Edna's awakening to all of this would explain part of her anger, but  there is more to Edna's awakening then just Leonce, or the new culture she's a part of, or really any outside factor.     Yes, and it is in the universality of whatever is going on inside of Edna that we find ourselves.  That's what's so great about great literature- the setting can be 120 years ago, but our humanity is still our humanity.       I agree and love that, but let's get back to her setting for a moment. I think it's worth mentioning that the 19th century culture of the Creole people in New Orleans is messy and complicated in its own unique way.  It's fascinating, but for those who are not of the privileged class, life was often a harsh reality.  The world, especially in the South, was problematic for people of mixed race heritage.  So, and this is more true the closer we get to the Civil War and the Jim Crow era, but those who called themselves “white creoles” had a problem because of the large existence of the free people of mixed race ancestry in New Orleans.  There was a strong outside pressure to maintain this illusion of racial purity, but the evidence suggests this simply wasn't reality.  Let me throw out a few numbers to tell you what I'm talking about.  From 1782-1791, the St. Louis Catholic Church in New Orleans recorded 2688 births of mixed race children.  Now that doesn't seem like a large number, but let me throw this number out- that same congregation at that time same only records 40 marriages of black or mixed race people.  Now, I know Catholics are known for having large families, but I'm not sure 20 women can account for 2688 births.      No, something feels a little wrong.  That number suggests another explanation may be in order.      Exactly, and by 1840 that number grows from 2688 to over 20,000 with mixed raced Creoles representing 18% of the total population of residents of New Orleans.  And if that doesn't convince you, here's another indicator, during this same period many many free women of color were acquiring prime real estate in New Orleans under their own names.  These women had houses built and passed estates on to their children, but notice this detail, the children of these mixed-raced women had different last names then their mothers.  We're not talking about small amounts of property here.  By 1860 $15 million dollars worth of property was in the name of children with last names that were not the same as that of their mothers, oh and by the way, a lot of that property was in the neighborhood where Edna rents her pidgeon house just around the corner from Esplanade street- in other words around the corner and walking distance from millionaire row.      Well, that's really interesting, and I guess, does add a new dimension to the subtext in the language for sure.    Well, it does, and it is likely something readers of the day would have certainly understood, more than we do 100 years later when the stakes of identifying as being of mixed raced heritage are not the difference between freedom and slavery.  But beyond just that, it's an example of cultures clashing.  Edna represents an outwardly prudish Puritan culture coming into a society that is French, Spanish and Caribbean- very different thinking.  This is a de-facto multi-cultural world; it's Catholic; it's French-speaking; it's international.  She doesn't understand what she's seeing.  And in that regard, her own situational reality is something she's realizing she is only beginning to understand, and she comes into it all very gradually. She is not, in Adele's words, “One of them.”  In fact, there may have been irony in the narrator in Grand Isle suggesting that Robert LeBrun's relationships every summer were platonic.  His relationship with the girl in Mexico we will see most certainly is not, but nor was his relationship with Mariequeita on Grand Isle, the girl they meet on the day they spent together.      Indeed.  You may be right- perhaps there is a real sense that Edna has been blind, and perhaps not just to her husband but by an entire society that presents itself one way but in reality is something entirely different altogether.  When she visits Adele and her husband at their home, everything seems perfect- of course.  Adele is the perfect woman with this perfect life.  Adele is beautiful.  Her husband adores her.  The Ratignolle's marriage is blissful, in fact to use the narrator's words, “The Ratignolles' understood each other perfectly.  If ever the fusion of two human beings into one has been accomplished on this sphere it was surely in their union.”      Do you think it's sarcasm again?  Was it truly perfect, or just presenting itself to be perfect?     It's really hard to tell.  Maybe they have worked out a great life together.  I think there is a lot in this passage to suggest they are truly happy together.  Edna even expresses that their home is much happier than hers.  She quotes that famous Chinese proverb “Better a dinner of herbs”.  The entire quote is “Better a dinner of herbs than a stalled ox where hate is.”- meaning her house has better food but she thinks of it as a hateful place- whereas this place is the opposite.   Poor thing- she sees her reality for what it is.  I still see a little sarcasm in the narrator's language, but even if Adele is every bit as perfect as she seems, and even if her home is every bit as perfect as it seems, and even if her husband is every bit as perfect as he seems, in the most real of ways, that could all be true and it wouldn't matter.  E    Precisely, The Ratignole's life can be every bit as perfect as it appears. and it wouldn't make Edna want it any more.  Edna leaves Adele's happy home, realizing that even if she could have it it's not the life she wants.  She wouldn't want that world even if Leonce loved her.  It's just not for her.  The problem is, that's as far as she's gotten with her problem solving.  All she knows is what she DOESN'T want.  Her new world is a world of negation.  She wants to quit, and so she does.  She absolutely disregards all her duties to the point that it finally angers Leonce enough to confront her.    “It seems to me the utmost folly for a woman at the head of a household, and the mother of children, to spend in an atelier days which would be better employed contriving for the comfort of her family.”    An atelier is an artist studio.  It' seems Edna has left all the responsibilities she had as a housewife as well as a mother.  And let me add, Edna was never dusting, cooking, or bathing her children.  She has several house keepers and nannies.  But now, she's not even overseeing what others are doing.  Instead, she's devoting herself entirely to painting.  And surprisingly, Leonce doesn't even have a problem with that in and of itself.  Edna tells her husband, “I feel like painting.”  To which he responds, “Then in God's name paint!  But don't let the family go to the devil.  There's Madame Ratignolle, because she keeps up her music, she doesn't let everything else go to chaos.   And she's more of a musician than you are a painter.”  Yikes, that may be honest, but it does come across as a little harsh.  I know.  I think it's kind of a funny line.  To which, Edna has an interesting comeback- it's like she knows it's not about the painting. She says, “It isn't on account of the painting that I let things go.”  He asks her then why she's let everything go, but she has no answer.  She says she just doesn't know.  Garry, do you want to take a stab at what's going on with Edna?   Well, I do want to tread carefully.  What is fascinating about this book is not so much that Chopin is arguing for any specific course of action, or warning against any specific set of behaviors.  She doesn't condemn Edna for anything, not even the affair she will have with Arobin.  Instead of judging, Chopin, to me, seems to be raising questions.  And it is the questions that she raises that are so interesting.  Edna is desperately trying to rewrite the narrative of her life.  There is no question about that.  But that is an artistic endeavor, in some ways like painting or singing.   I guess we can say Chopin is blending her metaphors here.  Edna doesn't want to be a parrot and copy, but she's living her life exactly the way she is painting- it's uncontrolled; it's undisciplined; it's impulsive.  I'd also say, it's rather unoriginal.  There is no doubt that the social roles offered to her are restrictive.  There's no doubt her marriage is a problem, but as we get farther into the story, it's hard to believe that even if all of these problems could be rectified that Edna would be able define a life for herself.  We, as humans, are always more than a reaction to the social and cultural forces in our world- I hate to get back to the word we used last week, but I can't get away from it.  Even under strict social norms, which I might add, Edna is NOT under for her time period- she is after all one of the most privileged humans on planet Earth at that particular time in human history, but even if she were under severe restrictions, she, as a human, still has agency- we all do.  Yes- and to use Chopin's words from chapter 6, Mrs Pontellier was beginning to realize her position as an individual as a human being, and to recognize her relations as an individual to the world WITHIN and about her.  I think that Edna is like the rest of us in that it's easier to understand and manage the world about us as opposed to the world within.  At least I can SEE the world about me- how can I see within?  How can I understand myself?  And so Edna goes to the world of Madame Reisz having discarded the world of Adele Ratignolle- the world of art, the world of the artist- which is where Edna goes in chapter 21.  I would argue that she sees it as the polar opposite of Adele's reality.  There is the Adele version of being a woman- a totally objectified, sexualized but mothering type of woman= versus this version of womanhood who is basically asexually.  Perhaps Madame Reisz isn't a woman at all- she's an artist.    Except that world, the world of the artist, comes with its own share of difficulties nevermind that it is simply more uncomfortable.  Reisz' house is described as “dingy”.  There's a good deal of smoke and soot.  It's a small apartment.  There's a magnificent piano, but no elegant food or servants or silver trays for calling cards.  She cooks her meals on a gasoline stove herself.  Let me quote here, “it was there also that she ate, keeping her belongings in a rare old buffet, dingy and battered from a hundred years use.”  True, but there is also  the music and when the music filled the room it floated out upon the night, over the housetops, the crescent of the river, losing itself in the silence of the air and made Edna sob. The art is otherworldly, and there is something to that.  Something attractive maybe even metaphysical.  I want to talk about Kate Chopin's choice of music.  I don't think we noted this in episode one, but Chopin was an accomplished pianist.  She played by ear and read music.  She held parties, almost identical to the ones she described Madame Ratignole throwing in the book with dancing and card playing.  Music was a very big deal to Kate Chopin, so when she includes specific music in her writing, she's not just dropping in commonly used songs, she uses artists she likes for specific reasons, and in this novel, the pianist Frederic Chopin is selected intentionally- and not because he has the same last name, although I did check that out- they are not related.  Garry, as a musician yourself, what can you tell us about Frederic Chopin, the Polish composer and pianist?  Well, let me make this comparison, Frederic Chopin's music in his day was the pelvis gyrating Elvis' Rock in Roll of his day.  It was provocative.  19th century attitudes towards this type of harmony driven romantic music would seem hysterical to us.  They were seen as sensual and a destructive force, especially for women.  This may even be Chopin's sassy narrator playing with us again- Frederic Chopin's music is definitely driving sensuality in Edna. To say Kate Chopin is using it ironically is likely taking it too far, but I don't know, maybe not.  This narrator has been ironic before. The main undeniable connection is that Madame Reisz plays Impromptus.  Impromptus are improvisational music.  Frederic Chopin wrote only four of them in his career.  The one Kate selects here is called Fantasie-Impromptu in C minor- it's the only one in a minor key that he ever wrote.  You can pull it up on Spotify and hear it for yourself.   It is full of rhythmical difficulties.  It's very difficult to play. It's quick and full of emotion.  There is banging on low notes at times, thrills and rolling notes going faster and slower at others points.  Frederic Chopin, by the way, was a very temperamental person and in some ways shares a lot of the personality quirks of Madame Reisz. But he did have an interesting philosophy about music that I really like and does connect to our book.  He is recorded to have said this, “words were born of sounds; sounds existed before words…Sounds are used to make music just as words are used to form language.  Thought is expressed through sounds.  And undefined human utterance is mere sound; the art of manipulating sounds is music.”  Interesting, music is thoughts as sounds.  I like the expression “undefined human utterance” especially in regard to Edna because she absolutely cannot get her thoughts out nor is she willing to share then with anyone.  She expresses more than once that her inner world was hers and hers alone. She can't get her thoughts out when she talks to Adele; she can't get them out when she talks to her husband, and she can't get them out even with Madame Reisz which would have been a very safe space for her to express herself.  At the end of chapter 21, she's sobbing at the music and holding in her hands a letter from Robert LeBrun crumpled and damp with tears.   It would have helped her to have found someone to talk to, maybe the Dr. Mandelet that Leonce goes to in chapter 22 for advice about how to help his wife.    What we find out from Leonce's conversation is that Edna has withdrawn from every single person in her world.  She won't even go to her sister's wedding.  What the doctor sees when he goes to dinner at their house is a very outwardly engaging woman but an inwardly withdrawn one.  The Doctor wonders if she's having an affair, but she isn't.    She is, to use the title of the book, One Solitary Soul.  As a human being, there are only so many types of relationships we find meaning in: we have our parents and birth family, we have our intimate relationship, we have our children (if we have any), we have our professional relationships, and we have our social friends- at least one of these has to be working for us.  Edna finds no satisfaction in any of them.  She doesn't have a trusting relationship anywhere.    Yes, every single relationship in her life is basically a burden.  Edna is trying to relieve herself of every single responsibility in the world hoping that getting out of relationships will help her expand her identity.  The problem is getting RID of responsibilities is not really the answer.  To find meaning in this world you must DO something worth doing.  Something that takes strength and energy.  Something you can be proud of.  Of course as a classroom teacher, that is what we do everyday.  It's not helpful to give students high grades or marks for nothing.  It weakens them.  When you give them a difficult task and then they are able to do that task, they grow, they get strong, they learn they are capable of even great responsibilities.  If you want to get strong, you have to take ON responsibilities- you have to practice strength training, Edna goes the opposite way here.      Edna does look for models, and if she wanted a career path, or a professional life like we think of in  our era, Chopin threw in a character that could have served that function.  It's what I see going on in  the chapters about the races.  Edna is actually really good at horse gambling.  She knows horses.  She knows the horse-racing business and knows it well.  The text actually says that she knows more about horse-racing than anyone in New Orleans.  In fact, it's her knowledge about horses that puts her on the radar of the man she eventually has the sexual relationship with, Alcee Arobin.    Let's read the section where we see this relationship, if we want to call it that, take shape.  Arobin had first seen her perform well at the tracks and to use the narrator's words, he admired Edna extravagantly after meeting her at the races with her father.  Mrs. Highcamp is also a completely different version of a feminine ideal, although neither Edna nor the narrator seem to think enough of to give her a first name.  This confused me some when I read this because in my mind, Mrs. James Highcamp would have been this type of a liberated woman that Chopin might want to have Edna admire.  She's clearly sexualy liberated, but beyond that she's worldly, intelligent, slim, tall.  Her daughter is educated, participates in political societies, book clubs, that sort of thing.  But nothing about Mrs. James Highcamp is alluring to Edna at all.  She suffers Mrs. James Highcamp because of her interest in Arobin.   Let's read about these encounters between Arobin and Edna.   Here's the first one  Page 86     So, Arobin becomes fascinated with Edna, in part because she is so smart and different from other women.  At the end of that evening, they dined with the Highcamps. And afterwards Arobin takes Edna home.  The text says this “She wanted something to happen- something, anything, she did not know what.  She regretted that she had not made Arobin stay a half hour to talk over the horses.  She counted the money she had won.  There was nothing else to do, so she went to bed, and tossed there for hours in a sort of monotonous agitation.  And so the relationship with Arobin is born out of boredom.    Yes, the dominant movement in Edna's life is always drifting towards boredom.  Edna wants to rewrite her social script, but she can't seem to define what she wants.  She has trouble speaking, so she has no words to write her own story.  She doesn't want to be a mother; she doesn't want to work except in sunny weather; she has an opportunity with Mrs. Highcamp to get involved with political or literary women; but that doesn't spark her interest.  She could make a name for herself at the races, but the money doesn't motivate her- she's always had it and in some ways doesn't seem to know a world without money.  So, she's going to default into this relationship with Arobin.  I'm going to suggest that she is again playing the part of the parrot.  Messing around with Arobin is just the kind of thing she sees men doing.  It's what Victor does; it may be what her husband does; it is likely what Robert is doing down in Mexico, so she's going to try to mimic male behavior since she hasn't really found a female model she's interested in emulating, and Arobin is an opportunitiy for this.    And yet, she's self-aware enough to not be seduced by Arobin.  The first time he really tries to make a move on her by kissing her hand, this is what she says which I find insightful,  “When she was alone she looked mechanically at the back of her hand which he had kissed so warmly.  Then she leaned her head down on the mantlepiece.  She felt something like a woman who in a moment of passion is betrayed into an act of infidelity, and realizes the significance of the act without being wholly awakened from its glamour.  The thought was passing vaguely through her mind, “what would he think?”  She did not mean her husband; she was thinking of Robert LeBrun.  Her husband seemed to her now like a person whom she had married without love as an excuse.  She lit a candle and went up to her room.  Alcee Arobin was absolutely nothing to her.  Yet his presence, his manners, the warmth of his glances, and above all the touch of his lips upon her hand had acted like a narcotic upon her.  She slept a languorous sleep, interwoven with vanishing dreams.”  Garry, is there a connection between Edna's boredom with her new life and her desire to pursue this relationship with Arobin.   Well, again, Dr. Kate Chopin is playing the psychologist.  Science has absolutely confirmed there is a relationship with boredom and risk-taking behaviors.  In other words, the more bored you find yourself, the more likely you are to do something risky.  It's one reason teenagers are so prone to dangerous behaviors like drugs.  They don't know yet how to cope with personal down time.  They can't manage their own boredom.  Bored people don't know what they want to do.  They also score low on scares that measure self-awareness.  Bored people can't monitor their own moods or understand what they truly want.  And here's another characteristic that should sound familiar in the life of Mrs. Edna Pontellier, notice that last line “vanishing dreams”, Edna is not dreaming.  She's not working at writing a script for her life..structuring a story for herself.  Her dreams and not building anything, they are vanishing.  That's not good.  And it's not that doesn't have illusions, she does, but a dream is not an illusion.  Dreams are what inspire us to do something different. Both a dream and an illusion are unreal, but an illusion will always be an illusion- it has no chance of becoming real; out of dreams new realities are born.  We are not seeing Edna dream.  Her dreams are vanishing.    Which brings us to the place where I want to end with this episode- chapter 26 and Edna's decision to move out of her husband's house.  I mentioned that this book is constructed with the archetypal 3 in mind at every point.  Edna has been living on Esplanade street- the wealthy gilded cage life, and she doesn't want that.  She has visited Madame Reisz's apartment, but she doesn't seem to want that- it's, and I quote, “cheerless and dingy to Edna”.  So what does she do? She moves two steps away from Esplanade Street, to a house Ellen calls, “the pigeon house.”  Pigeons are the oldest domesticated bird in the world.  They never fly far from home- homing pigeons is actually a term. She's building an illusion. Edna is going out of her husband's house to a place around the corner, but is she really building a new life of any kind?  What is this about?   Edna describes it to Madame Reisz, this way,  “I know I shall like it, like the feeling of freedom and independence.”    But is the feeling of freedom and independence the same as actually having freedom and independence?  Well, obviously not.  They are worlds apart.  But Edna lives in feelings.  She works when she feels like it.  She plays with her children when she feels like it, and now she admits to Madame Reisz that she's in love with Robert LeBrun, who by the way is coming back.  And when she finds that out she feels, and I quote “glad and happy to be alive.”  And what does she do after that, she stops at a candy store, buys a box to send to her children who are with their grandparents in the country and she writes a charming letter to her husband.  Her letter was brilliant and brimming with cheerfulness.  I'm sorry, but Edna frustrates the feminist in me.    Well, Edna is struggling for sure.  She can't connect with people.  She can't identify a dream worth pursuing.  She can't write her own story.  There is no doubt that a lot of this has to so with cultural and social forces at work in her world.   These are powerful forces.  However,  it is not the outside forces of her world that will do her in.  Edna is smart.  She's beautiful.  She's charming.  She actually has a lot going for her, especially for a woman during this time period.  If Chopin had wanted to write a story where a woman breaks free and soars, she has a protagonist who is positioned to do that very thing.    But she's in a mess.  And maybe that's why she's so relatable.  Many of us have made messes of our lives.  We have an incredible ability to screw up, but  humans are also incredibly resilient.  Look at Chopin's own life as an example.  In some ways, she's both Adele Ragntingole and Madame Reiz, at different points in her life she'd been both.  She may even have been Mrs. James Highcamp to a lesser degree. Why is Edna struggling here?  Well, humans are incredibly resilient, but you know what else we are- we are social beings.  Let's revisit that original book title, “One Solitary Soul”- it's my experience that no one gets out alone- not even the rich, the beautiful or the smart.  No one gets out alone.    Ah, Edna is strong enough to confront the forces without, but who will help her confront the forces within?  And so next episode, we will see her confront those internal forces.  There are no more female characters to meet; no more male characters either for that matter.  We will see Edna confront Edna alone, and we will see what happens.  Thank you for listening.  If you enjoy our podcast, please share it with a friend, a relative, your classmates, your students.  We only grow when you share.  Also, come visit with us via our social media how to love lit podcast- on Instagram, facebook and our website.  Feel free to ask questions, give us your thoughts, recommend books.  These are all things we love.  Thanks for being with us today.  Peace out.         

Christian Life Preaching
Faith to Touch Jesus / Fe Para Tocar a Jesus - Noe Trevino

Christian Life Preaching

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 43:07


Bilingual Service in Spanish and English Noe Trevino preached a powerful message of desperation! Desperate people do desperate things. The woman with the issue of blood didn't care what others thought. She put her faith to action. She didn't care what the law said. She put her faith into action. Let me ask, "How many times have we come to church asking Jesus to touch us?" What if, we need to touch Him instead! This is Apostolic Preaching! 5-13-22

The Matty Mo' Show
Ep.1,577 #FBF Puta Sucia

The Matty Mo' Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 12:16


Hello & thank you for clicking on todays iconic Risky Frisky Friday where I've got a spice little flashback episode for you! Since we're celebrating the Spanish mami's birthday, this one's in honor of my spicy mami. Enjoy and thank you as always for stopping by and rockin' out with me! One love❤️✊

1 Year Daily Audio Bible En Espanol
DAB Spanish May 14 - 2022

1 Year Daily Audio Bible En Espanol

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 23:28


1 Sam 15:1-16:23, John 8:1-20, Ps 110:1-7, Pr 15:8-10

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Deuteronomy 6-8;15;18;29-30;34 -- Part 1 : Dr. Bruce Satterfield

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 39:56


Why is the word "remember" one of the most important words in Deuteronomy? Dr. Bruce Satterfield joins the podcast and discusses covenants, a fortunate scattering of Israel, and a God of emotions.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannelShow Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/old-testament/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastThanks to the followHIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive Producers/SponsorsDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: MarketingLisa Spice: Client Relations, Show Notes/TranscriptsJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Rough Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Transcripts/Language Team/French TranscriptsAriel Cuadra: Spanish TranscriptsIgor Willians: Portuguese Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com/products/let-zion-in-her-beauty-rise-pianoPlease rate and review the podcast.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: A Tremendous Machine

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 160:55


Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by opening up the phone lines, asking listeners about baby formula shortages across the U.S. Rick Steves shares the highlights of his recent return to Europe, where he spent over a month and a half updating his guidebooks to reflect how the continent has changed after two years of the pandemic. Steves is an author, television and radio host and the owner of the Rick Steves' Europe tour group. You can catch his television show, "Rick Steves' Europe," weeknights at 7:30 p.m. on GBH 2 and his radio show, “Travel With Rick Steves,” Sundays at 4 p.m. on GBH. Callie Crossley talks about a mother in Mattapan alleging that Boston Public Schools delayed calling 911 as her teen son had a stroke. She also shares her thoughts on DuoLingo opening a taqueria next to their Pittsburgh headquarters to help customers practice Spanish. Crossley hosts GBH's Under the Radar and Basic Black. Juliette Kayyem discusses the January 6 committee's subpoenas to five GOP lawmakers, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Kayyem is former assistant secretary for homeland security under President Barack Obama, and the faculty chair of the homeland-security program at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. Mass. Senate President Karen Spilka discusses Beacon Hill's measures to protect abortion rights in Mass., and shares her thoughts on the potential for legalizing sports betting in the Commonwealth. Spilka is president of the State Senate. Sue O'Connell explains why the U.S. is facing a nationwide baby formula shortage, and weighs in on Elon Musk's decision to pause his deal to buy Twitter. O'Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and South End News, and contributor to Current, on NBC L-X and NECN. We end the show by asking listeners how they romanticize their lives.

Conversations in Spanish and Other Languages Podcast
Ep 117: Conociendo México con Alba y Joel (High Intermediate - Advanced Level)

Conversations in Spanish and Other Languages Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 52:24


SHOW NOTES:  Conociendo México Parte 1 de 2 In this episode, my good friend Alba Sánchez is hosting the conversation, and I am sharing with you interesting aspects about México. Alba offers Spanish lessons online and if you are interested in taking lessons with Alba, you can click on this link (https://www.italki.com/teacher/5281034) to open her profile page on italki. If you like my podcasts, please consider donating to my GoFundMe page. Anything that you would like to donate is welcomed. I use your donations to pay my contributors, guests, subscriptions, and other expenses to keep all my podcasts going. You can find the link to my GoFundMe page on my website (https://www.jezsc.com) and on the link where you can get the free materials that I give you. Supplemental Content Click on this link (https://www.jezsc.com/csolp/spanish/s101-150/s0117_conociendo_mexico_part1/s117_conociendo_mexico_parte1.html ) to open the webpage for this episode which contains the questions and additional content for this episode. Free Transcripts & Materials To get transcripts for episodes of this podcast and my other podcasts you can open this link | https://www.jezsc.com/my_store.html | There is no catch. You don't have to give me your email or any other information to get these transcripts. Podcast Schedule Open this link (https://www.jezsc.com/pages/podcast_schedule.html) to see the upcoming episodes across my podcasts to help you learn Spanish How to Learn a Language Many of you have asked about how to best learn Spanish, so I have decided to little by little write a guide to help you understand the process of learning a language and give you advice and suggestions. Click on the link below to open my guide. https://www.jezsc.com/pages/how_learning_languages.html Listen to my podcast Help Me Learn Spanish, Joel https://www.jezsc.com/pages/help_me_learn_spanish.html Listen to my podcast Mini Stories to Learn Spanish https://www.jezsc.com/pages/mini_stories_spanish_podcasts.html. Follow me on social media. I am using social media to give you bits of language, grammar lessons, expression, idioms and other miscellaneous things to supplement your learning journey. Twitter https://twitter.com/joelspanishcafe Instagram https://www.instagram.com/joelspanishcafe/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jezsc Thank you for listening to the podcast. If you like the podcast, please gives us a 5-star review on Apple podcast or on Spotify. If you want to explore my other podcasts to help you learn Spanish, you can click on this link | https://www.jezsc.com | to visit my website and explore all the materials that I have created to help you learn Spanish.

Master Mind Podcast
Become Antifragile - #MM Shortcast Ep. 551

Master Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:53


Don't be weak; become a King, a Queen; become Antifragile. omoted: https://linktr.ee/derekisraeloficial ––– Subscribe for the Most Transformational Podcast in the

Lecturas de tabaquería
099 El pozo y el péndulo - Edgar Allan Poe - Nueva publicación

Lecturas de tabaquería

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022


Como parte de la nueva publicación de viejas grabaciones de este podcast que, a hoy, ya no se encuentran en el feed de las plataformas de podcasts, comparto este cuento de Edgar Allan Poe.Puede notarse la diferencia en la técnica de lectura entre esa época y los episodios grabados recientementevar playerInstance = jwplayer("myElement"); playerInstance.setup({ file: "https://f002.backblazeb2.com/file/lecdet/Nuevas+publicaciones+viejas+grabaciones/99+El+pozo+y+el+pendulo+-+EA+Poe+nueva+publicaci%C3%B3n.mp3", width: 400, height: 24 });

Mutuality Matters Podcast
(New Voices) Subversive Grandmother & Tenacious Widows: Kat Armas' Abuelita Faith

Mutuality Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 34:18


When was the last time you read a book that told your story through the personal story of the author? Add in biblical scholarship, intersectionality, decolonization, history, and current events and you have Kat Armas' book, Abuelita Faith. In this episode, Blake and Erin have a lively discussion with Kat Armas about the “protagonistas” in Scripture, history, and Armas' own family who help us see a God who loves us and is revealed through the lived theology of women of color, indigenous voices, and cultural diversity.  Be sure to check out Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us about Wisdom, Persistence, and Strength (just released in Spanish!)  Follow her on social media: @kat_armas  Subscribe to her newsletter from her website: https://katarmas.com/  Listen to her podcast, The Protagonistas: https://katarmas.com/theprotagonistaspodcast    Bio  Kat Armas is a Cuban American writer and podcaster from Miami, FL. She holds a dual MDiv and MAT from Fuller Theological Seminary, where she was awarded the Frederick Buechner Award for Excellence in Writing, and is currently pursuing a ThM at Vanderbilt Divinity School. https://www.cbeinternational.org/persons/kat-armas  Her first book, Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us About Wisdom, Persistence and Strength, sits at the intersection of women, decolonialism, the Bible, and Cuban identity. She also explores these topics and more on her podcast, The Protagonistas, which centers the voices of Black, Indigenous, and other women of color in theological spaces.    Other Reading:  YHWH and Marginalization: Israel's Widows and Abuelita Theology: https://www.cbeinternational.org/resource/article/priscilla-papers-academic-journal/yhwh-and-marginalization-israels-widows-and  3 Simple Rules for Egalitarian Couples:  https://www.cbeinternational.org/resource/article/mutuality-blog-magazine/3-simple-rules-egalitarian-couples  Priscilla and Aquila Model Marriage: “More Accurately”:  https://www.cbeinternational.org/resource/article/mutuality-blog-magazine/priscilla-and-aquila-model-marriage-more-accurately  Is Complementarian Interpretation of 1 Corinthians 14 Consistent with Practice?: https://www.cbeinternational.org/resource/article/mutuality-blog-magazine/complementarian-interpretation-1-corinthians-14-consistent 

Visión Para Vivir
Como establecer una vida de dominio propio I

Visión Para Vivir

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 30:00


Mayo 13, 2022 - Hoy en Vision Para Vivir el pastor Carlos A. Zazueta presentara otro mensaje en nuestra serie titulada, LA CRIANZA DE LOS HIJOS: DE SOBREVIVIR A PROSPERAR. Y descubriremos como impartir discernimiento a nuestros hijos, ayudandoles a conocer los limites establecidos por Dios.

MetFlex and Chill
#164 - How to Connect the Mind, Body & Spirit with Colleen Wachob

MetFlex and Chill

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 37:50


Join Rachel Gregory as she guides you through your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual #healthjourney, putting you on your way to better #training, #nutrition, overall health and #wellbeing. In this episode, Rachel and Colleen dive into Colleen's background, what brought her to founding the popular platform MindBodyGreen, the stressors she faced along the way and how she's overcome them, and some of the tools and habits she's implemented as a busy mom of two girls to continue to living her best life, most fulfilled life. Colleen Wachob is Co-Founder and Co-CEO at mindbodygreen. She graduated from Stanford University with degrees in international relations and Spanish, and spent 10 years working at Fortune 500 companies including Gap, Walmart, and Amazon. Wachob lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, MBG Founder and Co-CEO Jason Wachob and their two daughters, Ellie and Grace. Where to find Colleen: Website: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/ Instagram: @colleenwachob, @mindbodygreen YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/mindbodygreen Twitter: @mindbodygreen   Things mentioned in this episode:  Sleep Checklist To join the waiting list for Rachel's online group coaching, The Flex Fam, visit: www.theflexfam.com To learn more and apply to work one-on-one with Rachel, visit her website: https://www.metflexlife.com/apply  Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter Check out Rachel's second podcast MINIFLEX on your preferred podcast platform Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/02ugV4Hi1rCFwJ2CTx3x1t?si=67fa8b12ee1f4ad3&nd=1 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miniflex/id1612301075  Connect with Rachel on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelgregory.cns/  Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@rachelgregory.cns  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metflexlife  Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MetFlexandChill/_created/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/rachelgregoryms  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-gregory-ms-cns-cscs-bbb41999/    Show Notes    [2:23] Colleen discusses how her personal health history got her to where she is today and how mindbodygreen got its start. [8:25] How spiritual and emotional wellbeing are important to our overall. Highlighting the importance of sleep.  [11:36] Practical tips, habits and recommendations for getting better sleep. [14:40] Discussion of the importance of caffeine intake and daily stressors in relation to sleep. [17:14] How our careers and financial wellbeing integrate with our emotional health and ways to manage this. [20:53] Practical take-home tips for de-stressing, choosing the right physical activity for you, and improving your spiritual health. [22:41] Small daily tweaks for improving your overall health. [24:36] Grappling with collective trauma and mental health as a society as a 2022 Wellness trend.  [29:47] Utilizing social media in a healthy way to set a healthy example for kids. [31:53] Colleen's morning routine overview. [35:27] What Colleen has changed her mind about within the past year or so.  [37:20] Find MindBodyGreen across all social channels!

Word of the Day
Carapace

Word of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 0:42


Carapace is a noun that refers to a protective covering. The Spanish word carapacho (cah ra POCH oh) provides the origin of our word of the day. Although generally used when referring to the bodies of animals, carapace may be used in a number of different ways. Here's an example: Some astronomers have speculated the universe had a carapace millennia ago. They suspect this protective covering is the reason our planet was shielded from many asteroid storms.

The Endow Podcast
Pray the Rosary with Endow! [Rebroadcast]

The Endow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 17:58


Editor's Note:  This is a re-broadcast.  It was originally published in May 2021.  Welcome to the Endow Podcast!  On this bonus episode, Simone Rizkallah, Director of Program Growth, prays with Janeth Chavez, Coordinator of Endow's Magnifica program (our studies translated into Spanish for the Hispanic community).May is the month of Mary! Pray with us! To learn more about the Magnifica program, visit: https://magnifica.com.mxTo learn How to Pray the Rosary, visit: https://www.usccb.org/how-to-pray-the-rosaryTo purchase our study guide on the Rosary, visit: https://endow-groups.myshopify.com/products/rosarium-virginis-mariae?_pos=1&_sid=d8d748a78&_ss=r

Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
368: Three Key Wellness Practices to Embrace Despite Feeling Overscheduled and Busy w/ Jovanka Ciares

Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 38:59


Creating sustainable self-care practices involves The realization that slowing down is still moving forward Replacing the habits you remove with something positive and fulfilling Asking for and receiving what you want and need Using natural solutions from plants to support your wellness practices Spending quality time in nature   Do you find it hard to carve out time for yourself every single day? Like me, I bet there are days when you feel pulled in a million different directions, tending to everyone's needs but your own. It takes dedication to stick to self-care practices while living a full, and sometimes hectic life. I get how self-care doesn't always go according to plans. That's why I brought on today's guest to share her key wellness practices to embrace despite being overscheduled and busy.   About Jovanka Ciares Jovanka Ciares is the author of Reclaiming Wellness and several other titles. A certified wellness expert, integrative herbalist, nutrition educator, and coach, she offers lectures and workshops in Spanish and English.  Jovanka studied nutrition with bestselling author T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., at his Center for Nutrition Studies (in partnership with Cornell University) and herbalism/plant medicine with Tieraona Low Dog, MD. A native of Puerto Rico, she lives in Los Angeles.   Slowing Down and Getting Support So You Can Do More For Yourself Adapting wellness practices to your life, especially when you're overwhelmed, is no simple task. Yet, as Jovanka explains, transformational habits and rituals can be integrated with ease and grace.  This involves realizing that just because you might be slowing down, you are still moving forward. It also involves replacing the habits you remove with something more fulfilling. You'll likely need to ask others to support you with this. Don't be afraid to do so because receiving in itself is an act of generosity as Jovanka explains.   FInding Natural Support from Plants and Herbs An essential part of Jovanka's process involves the medicinal nature of plants. Whether you need focus, energy, or relaxation, tapping into the power of plants can go a long way in supporting your wellness practices.  Herbs and supplements can restore your endocrine system, support your body, and give your mind what it needs. Jovanka describes how a number of specific adaptogenic herbs can help support and sustain your self-care rituals. What can support you on your path to self-care and wellness? Share your thoughts with me in the comments section of the episode page.   Quotes: “People need to start understanding that they are the experts in their body. The person you look at in the mirror every morning is the expert of you.” [11:19] “A lot of us, especially women, are very generous with our time and energy, but we don't want to receive. Nothing could be more detrimental. We have to learn that the act of receiving is also an act of generosity.” [21:27] “So you find some alternative solutions and, in combination with what your doctor recommends, there is no need for us to struggle through a lot of these hormonal changes.” [29:30] “We are part of mother nature and we need to reconnect with it. It's critical to our health and wellbeing.” [33:50]   In This Episode Understanding that you are the expert of your own body and advocating for what you need for it  [6:30] Reclaiming what fulfills you after removing what doesn't [15:30] How adaptogenic plants can help us adapt and reclaim our wellness [22:30] Why a connection with nature is an integral part of wellness [31:15]   Resources Mentioned: Use Promo Code ‘podcast' for 10% off your order at the Essentially Whole Store Here Jovanka Ciares' Website Follow Jovanka on Facebook | YouTube | Instagram | Linkedin | Twitter The Reclaiming Wellness Book   Other Resources: Check out the full show notes page Keep up with everything Dr. Mariza Follow Dr. Mariza on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative

Coming Clean Podcast
Empowering and Uniting Latina Women with Deyanira Martinez - Journalist, Speaker, Author, Ep #125

Coming Clean Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 35:29


I met Deyanira a few weeks ago at a conference she held in my town of Austin, TX. I was so intrigued by her passion and mission that I knew I wanted her on the show. She is a powerhouse Latina who is empowering other Latina women to tell their stories and elevate their lives.Deyanira Martinez is a bilingual freelance writer and journalist who writes about prominent personalities, women's empowerment, and social issues in the bicultural community of New York. She is a TV host, producer, and blogger who conducts the weekly TV segment Conversando Con Deya. Her professional career includes 18 years in advertising at The New York Times. She is also co-chair of the newspaper's Latino network. Deyanira has appeared in Univision's Despierta América and her articles have been published by USA Networks, Latin TRENDS, El Especial, and MY Lifestyle magazine. She regularly serves as emcee and moderator of corporate events, galas, radio host and art expos. Deyanira has received many awards for her work on TV and has become an authority in the community for her professionalism and work ethics. Deyanira Martinez holds a degree in journalism from Universidad Central del Este and a degree in business administration from Queens College, City University of New York.You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...How “Mujeres que se atreven y superan límites” got started (2:18)Why breaking the stereotype of the “quiet pretty” Latina is so important (7:27)The importance of teaching your children Spanish (13:45)Why education does not have to be Ivy League to be important (18:16)How showing up authentically as a Latina gives hope to others (26:56)Resources & People MentionedMUJERES QUE SE ATREVEN Y SUPERAN LIMITES bookConnect with DeyaniraTheir websiteOn InstagramOn TwitterOn LinkedinConnect With Peter O. Estévezwww.peteroestevezshow.com Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PeterOEstevezShow/Follow Peter O. Estevéz Show on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevezshow/Follow Peter on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevez/

Monocle 24: The Globalist
Friday 13 May

Monocle 24: The Globalist

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 60:00


The latest on the war in Ukraine and Finland's move to become part of Nato. Plus: a spying scandal rocks the Spanish government, a senior Catholic cleric is arrested in Hong Kong, and a report from Turin on Eurovision.

Early Intermediate – Lightspeed Spanish
61 Early Inter Spanish Preterite or Perfect?

Early Intermediate – Lightspeed Spanish

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 15:03


In this lesson, we help you to understand when to use the Spanish Preterite or Perfect. When do we say: What have you done? or: What did you do? Join us and have some fun learning a nice simple system to help you to decide between the Spanish Preterite or... Read more » The post 61 Early Inter Spanish Preterite or Perfect? appeared first on Lightspeed Spanish.

Accelerated Spanish: Learn Spanish online the fastest and best way, by Master of Memory

This episode will teach you the nouns for many parts of things, including the body parts “brain”, “hair”, “voice”, and “foot”. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. Follow us on Instagram @acceleratedspanish for daily Spanish translation practice and other learning tools. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw  

Living the Truth in Charity
Sermon (Spanish) Third Sunday After Easter

Living the Truth in Charity

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022


Sermon (Spanish) Third Sunday After Easter

1 Year Daily Audio Bible En Espanol
DAB Spanish May 13 - 2022

1 Year Daily Audio Bible En Espanol

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 26:01


1 Sam 14:1-14:52, John 7:31-53, Ps 109:1-31, Pr 15:5-7

Intermediate Spanish Podcast - Español Intermedio
E93 ¿Por qué tenemos miedo al compromiso? - Intermediate Spanish

Intermediate Spanish Podcast - Español Intermedio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 16:56


En la ficción es frecuente encontrarse con personajes con miedo al compromiso, especialmente afectivo. Pero el compromiso también es importante en otros aspectos de nuestra vida. ¿Por qué a veces le tenemos miedo?, ¿Qué implica comprometerse? ¡Aprende y disfruta mucho!Intermediate Spanish Podcast with Free Transcript & Vocabulary Flashcards www.spanishlanguagecoach.com - Aprende español escuchando contenido natural adaptado para estudiantes de español de nivel intermedio.Mi curso: Español Ágil - Intermediate Online CourseSi es la primera vez que escuchas este podcast, puedes usarlo como un podcast diario para aprender español - Learn Spanish Daily Podcast with Spanish Language Coach

Johanna Draconis - The Deconstruction Of C-PTSD
Ep125 - Should I commit suicide? - Part 2 - Internal Struggles

Johanna Draconis - The Deconstruction Of C-PTSD

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:28


In this episode we will talk about the question “Should I commit suicide?” for the second time. This time the focus is on internal struggles or - in other words - is the call coming from the inside? Or “Does the enemy wants you to think the call is coming from the inside so you leave the house and run into the enemies arms?” We first start with depression and then the hidden outside influence. I cover next week sickness, mourning and the conclusion.Transcript: https://www.johannadraconis.com/podcast/episode-125/ Contact: contactme@johannadraconis.com   And obligatory for this topic:Useful site: https://www.speakingofsuicide.com/United StatesNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) Veterans press 1 to reach specialised support. Press 2 for Spanish-language support(The older number, 1-800-SUICIDE will probably stop working in the near future.)Online Chat: http://chat.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/GetHelp/LifelineChat.aspxCrisis Text Line: Text "HOME" to 741741. CanadaNational Crisis Line from Crisis Services Canada (Pilot Project, phone only at present): 1.833.456.4566Other Crisis Lines by Region Alternatively, 211 works in most of Canada, and they can advise regarding local resources. EU Standard Emotional Support Number 116 123 - Free and available in much of Europe Deutschlandhttp://www.telefonseelsorge.de/Tel: 0800-1110111 oder 0800-1110222 Chat/Email: https://online.telefonseelsorge.de/UKSamaritans (www.samaritans.org) Voice: 116 123 (24/7 Free to call, will not appear on phone bills, formerly 08457 90 90 90)Email: emailjo@samaritans.orgShout - Crisis Text Line UK (https://www.crisistextline.uk/)Text: SHOUT to 85258 Helplines for Men from thecalmzone.net: Voice: 0800 58 58 58 (5pm to midnight nationwide, also 0808 802 58 58 London and 0800 58 58 58 Merseyside)Text 07537 404717 (5pm to midnight, start your text with CALM2)Online Chat: https://www.thecalmzone.net/help/get-help/ChildLine (childline.org.uk), for those 19 and under:Voice: 0800-11-11 (Free to call, does not appear on phone bills)Online Chat: http://www.childline.org.uk/Talk/Chat/Pages/OnlineChat.aspxEmail: http://www.childline.org.uk/Talk/Pages/Email.aspxPapyrus HOPELINEUK, suicide prevention specialist service for children and young adults (under 35) Hours are 9am – 10pm weekdays 2pm – 10pm weekends 2pm – 10pm bank holidaysVoice: 0800 068 4141 Text: 07786209697 Email: pat@papyrus-uk.orgDirectory of suicide-related services: http://www.supportline.org.uk/problems/suicide.phpAustralia13 11 14 https://www.lifeline.org.au/crisis-chat/For find one use:https://findahelpline.com/i/iasp

HealthCare UnTold
Nelida Robles: New Scholar in the Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania

HealthCare UnTold

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:24


Nelida Robles is a 2022 BS Graduate from the University of Santa Cruz with a major in Microbiology and Spanish. Most recently Nelida has been accepted as a new Scholar in the Postbaccalaureate Research Program at the University of Pennsylvania. In this episode Nelida shares her background as a Latina being raised in East Los Angeles and her biology research work the University of Santa Cruz. Nelida shares her plan and dreams to continue her research University of Pennsylvania and her dedication to finding new medications and working for a Biotech company. Nelida is a wonderful example of a hard-working student beating any challenges that come her way. HealthCare UnTold Congratulates Nelida Robles for her educational successes and her future as a health professional. Si Se Puede Nelida!!!#ucsc.edu#healthcareuntold@gmail.com#gentecare#PREP University of Pennslvanua.edu#nelidarobles  

Spanish Podcast
News in Slow Spanish - #687 - Easy Spanish Radio

Spanish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 9:17


Comenzamos el programa discutiendo algunas de las noticias que acapararon titulares esta semana. Primero hablaremos del Día de Europa, celebrado cada año el 9 de mayo para conmemorar el aniversario de la Declaración de Schuman. También comentaremos la elección el lunes de Ferdinand Marcos, el hijo del exdictador, como nuevo presidente de Filipinas. A continuación, en la sección de ciencia, discutiremos los potenciales peligros del turismo internacional de células madre, una tendencia al alza. Después, finalizaremos la primera parte del programa con el notable descubrimiento de un busto de mármol de un general romano de la antigüedad en una tienda de segunda mano de Texas. En la segunda parte del programa, “Trending in Spain”, esta semana, hablaremos de momentos efímeros que se recordarán durante largo tiempo. En la primera noticia, comentaremos la demolición de dos torres de refrigeración de una central térmica leonesa. En la segunda noticia, revisaremos unos premios dados recientemente y una coincidencia que ha hecho a la premiada y a la Reina Letizia protagonistas en las redes sociales. El 9 de mayo es el Día de Europa, que celebra el aniversario de la Declaración de Schuman Ferdinand Marcos, hijo del exdictador, se convierte en el presidente de Filipinas Un estudio advierte de los peligros potenciales asociados al turismo de terapia con células madre Un busto de mármol de un general romano de la antigüedad, vendido por 30 dólares en Texas El fin de una era Premios Princesa de Asturias de las Artes 2022

Chelsea Mike'd Up
S3:E29 - FA Cup Final Preview + Marcos Alonso

Chelsea Mike'd Up

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 47:56


The Chelsea Women are three-peat Champions! Brandon, Emily, André and Lee celebrate their continued success, then preview the big weekend ahead for the Chelsea Men and Women, who are playing in their respective FA Cup Final at Wembley. They also discuss the clubs announcement of terms being reached for new ownership before being joined by Spanish left-back Marcos Alonso.

Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong
Fortresses on Sand: The History of Florida -- pt. 3

Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 103:15


We consider the struggles of European colonists and missionaries, indigenous tribes, and African laborers to protect their territories and secure their freedom through two tumultuous centuries of Spanish rule in Florida. From the first arrival of yellow fever, to the construction of an indestructible limestone fortress, to the creation of the first black-led town in America, the Spanish era laid the foundations of a distinctive Floridian society which miraculously persisted and was never conquered by its powerful enemies to the north. Article in Cincinnati Magazine in which I am quoted about the Scottish & Irish Travellers: https://www.cincinnatimagazine.com/article/just-call-us-kin-cinnati-the-travelers-that-visit-spring-grove-cemetery/ Please support this podcast and hear all lectures -- www.patreon.com/user?u=5530632

Women's Protection and Empowerment
How can we promote digital literacy for women and girls that is safety-prioritizing?

Women's Protection and Empowerment

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 17:04


IRC's Violence Prevention and Response Unit is excited to launch Safe Space to Learn, a digital literacy curriculum designed for women and girls in humanitarian settings. The curriculum is available in Arabic, Burmese, English, French and Spanish. In this episode, we talk about why this curriculum was needed, what's included, and how to take it forward. Watch the teaser video to learn more: https://youtu.be/HSfN7ZZTz6o Safe Space to Learn curriculum: https://gbvresponders.org/resources/#EMPOWERMENT

OTB Football
Wild Sergio Ramos docu-reality series | 'Get some self-awareness!' | Have you seen... on OTB AM

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 13:06


Sergio Ramos has a record 180 Spanish caps, makes a reported €400k a week - but is his Amazon Prime Series - 'The Legend of Sergio Ramos' - any good? Joseph Conroy's been diving into the archives... OTB AM with Gillette | #EffortlessFlow

Here First
Thursday, May 12th, 2022

Here First

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022


Both of Iowa's U.S. Senators, as expected, joined with their Republican colleagues in defeating the bill Democrats sponsored to guarantee access to abortion nationwide. A 17-year-old Iowa boy accused of helping a classmate kill their high school Spanish teacher last year will be tried as an adult. Plus, Iowa's COVID-19 hospitalizations are increasing.

Visión Para Vivir
Entendiendo como esta hecho su hijo II

Visión Para Vivir

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 30:00


Mayo 12, 2022 - Hoy continuaremos con nuestra serie para madres y padres titulada: LA CRIANZA DE LOS HIJOS: DE SOBREVIVIR A PROSPERAR.

Learn Spanish | SpanishPod101.com
Newbie Season 1 S1 #26 - Romance #1 - I would like to be blind

Learn Spanish | SpanishPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 11:41


learn about using the preposition “por”

New Books Network
Guy Beiner, "Pandemic Re-Awakenings: The Forgotten and Unforgotten 'Spanish' Flu Of 1918-1919" (Oxford UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 58:01


Pandemic Re-Awakenings: The Forgotten and Unforgotten 'Spanish' Flu Of 1918-1919 (Oxford UP, 2021), edited by Guy Beiner, offers a multi-level and multi-faceted exploration of a century of remembering, forgetting, and rediscovering the influenza pandemic of 1918-1919, arguably the greatest catastrophe in human history. Twenty-three researchers present original perspectives by critically investigating the hitherto unexplored vicissitudes of memory in the interrelated spheres of personal, communal, medical, and cultural histories in different national and transnational settings across the globe. The volume reveals how, even though the Great Flu was overshadowed by the commemorative culture of the Great War, recollections of the pandemic persisted over time to re-emerge towards the centenary of the 'Spanish' Flu and burst into public consciousness following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. The chapters chart historiographical neglect (while acknowledging the often-unnoticed dialogues between scientific and historical discourses), probe silences, and trace vestiges of social and cultural memories that long remained outside of what was considered collective memory. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw
TWR 066: How to Maximize Your Well-Being with Colleen Wachob (mindbodygreen)

The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 43:54


In this episode of The Wellness Revolution, Amber welcomes Colleen Wachob to talk all things living a healthy life, maximizing our health, and how to fill in all of our nutritional gaps. Colleen is the co-founder and co-CEO of mindbodygreen (check their Instagram: @mindbodygreen), a supplement company whose mission is to help people feel well through a variety of products. Colleen went through a difficult chapter in her life when she was suddenly diagnosed with pulmonary embolism. From that moment on, she decided to invest more in her company and give all of her attention to developing all areas of the business. Colleen also talks about what women can do to optimize their health by optimizing their routines with small actions like getting better sleep, minimizing caffeine intake, and focusing on nutritious food. Tune in! Wellness Quote “I always think: if your life is in a pretty good place, you're probably not going to do something radical and sometimes you have to get to those rock bottom places to really catalyze change.” – Colleen Wachob Key Highlights Colleen talks about her experience dealing with tough moments when she was diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism; How Colleen was able to maintain a company (mindbodygreen) at the lowest points of her life (biggest inspirations); The importance of supplements to living a healthy life and the importance of remembering that supplements are supplemental to a nutritious diet; Simple steps for women over 40 to adopt to better take care of their health and their overall wellness; Amber and Colleen discuss what it really means to have a moment of self care and how it affects our health in general; Episode Resources Get 15% off in your order using the link: mindbodygreen.com/wellnessrevolution15 Grab your FREE 7 Day Little Black Dress Bootcamp Program: https://ambershaw.com/little-black-dress-bootcamp/ About Colleen Wachob Colleen graduated from Stanford University with degrees in international relations and Spanish and spent 10 years working at Fortune 500 companies including Gap, Walmart, and Amazon. Wachob lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, mindbodygreen Founder and Co-CEO Jason Wachob, and their two daughters, Ellie and Grace. Connect with Colleen Website: www.mindbodygreen.com Instagram: @colleenwachob | @mindbodygreen Facebook: Colleen Wachob LinkedIn: Colleen Wachob Muck Rack: Colleen Wachob About Amber Shaw Amber is a Body Transformation Expert, Founder of The Wellness Revolution, motivational speaker, and NBC Health and Wellness Coach. Having built a lifestyle that allowed her to embrace work, children, exercise, and well-balanced eating habits, Amber now works with helping and coaching women to achieve the same level of serenity and empowerment through a sustainable way of living. Connect with Amber Instagram: @msambershaw TikTok: @msambershaw Website: ambershaw.com Facebook: Amber Shaw

Something Was Wrong
S13 E1: [Amelia] Behind the Curtain

Something Was Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 56:16


This week, survivor Amelia shares the first half of her story. *Content warning: Today's episode discusses Substance Use Disorder and emotional violence. SAMHSA's National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. The National Helpline provides 24-hour free and confidential referrals and information about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention, treatment, and recovery in English and Spanish. SAMHSA's National Helpline 800-662-HELP (4357)TTY: 800-487-4889 For additional information on finding help and treatment options, visit www.samhsa.gov/find-treatment.SWW's theme music: “U think U” by Glad Rags, from their album Wonder Under. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Accelerated Spanish: Learn Spanish online the fastest and best way, by Master of Memory
AS079: Cumpleaños, Sol, Norte, and More Nouns in Spanish

Accelerated Spanish: Learn Spanish online the fastest and best way, by Master of Memory

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 8:42


Time to learn some new location nouns! Learn the words for “building”, “room”, “north”, “south”, “east”, “west”, and others. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. Follow us on Instagram @acceleratedspanish for daily Spanish translation practice and other learning tools. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Deporte SBS Spanish | 12 mayo 2022

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:29


Comienzan las eliminatorias de las finales de la A-League este fin de semana. Escucha las noticias deportivas más importantes del día. 

Words in the Air: 52 Weeks of Poetry
Sonnet 17 by Pablo Neruda

Words in the Air: 52 Weeks of Poetry

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 1:17


Read by Gretchen WhitneyProduction and Sound Design by Kevin Seaman

Learn Spanish with Live Lingua
1.5: Honorifics in Spanish

Learn Spanish with Live Lingua

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 5:18


Welcome to episode 1.5 of the Live Lingua Spanish Podcast. In this m-episode, we are going to learn about honorifics in Spanish. I'll be honest — when I started learning Spanish, I didn't actually know what an honorific was. It wasn't until I started learning another language that I actually learned that that was the word we use for titles — such as Mrs., Mr., and Dr. In this exercise, we're going to learn some of these titles. Side note — In Mexico and the rest of Latin America, they put a lot of emphasis on these titles. It's very important that you call them Señor, Señora, Señorita. If you know they have a college degree or a Masters, they even have a title for that — and you're going to learn this in this episode. It can be difficult for somebody who is not a native Spanish speaker to pick up on this in the beginning. But really put in the effort — in addition to the titles, you have to remember the gender. Enjoy the m-episode.  Let's get started.  Empezamos.

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Noticias SBS Spanish | 12 mayo 2022

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 12:24


El Senado de Estados Unidos no consigue aprobar una ley que garantizaría en todo el país el acceso al aborto. Escucha las noticias más importantes del día.

1 Year Daily Audio Bible En Espanol
DAB Spanish May 12 - 2022

1 Year Daily Audio Bible En Espanol

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:34


1 Sam 12:1-13:23, John 7:1-30, Ps 108:1-13, Pr 15:4

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Bella Dose

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 45:16


We had the pleasure of interviewing Bella Dose over Zoom video! Bella Dose, named one of People's “25 Emerging Musical Artists You Should Add to Your Playlist”, recently released their next single “BITE!” 2021 proved to be a successful year for emerging LatinX talent, Bella Dose. The Latina girl group made quiet the introduction over the summer with the TikTok success of their song ‘Si Me Llamas', which is about leaving that toxic ex “on read.” Off their debut EP ‘SUELTA', the dance friendly tracked garnered over 1 billion views across the app, with nearly 115,000 videos using the song. On the heels of the EP's success, the girls will once again pivot their versatile talents with their English hit, “BITE!,”. BELLA DOSE is ready to take on the world with their charisma, versatility, chemistry, and passion for the art of music. Brianna, Jenni, Thais, and Melany gained much traction from their masterful covers of the most popular songs, especially their most viewed rendition of Nicky Jam and Ozuna's “Te Robaré”. They have been working diligently and building their own original music repertoire of English and Spanish songs that they write themselves. Besides writing, all members sing, dance, and engineer their own sessions. Originating in Miami, Florida, the girls come from diverse Latin backgrounds with heritages from Cuba, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia and Chile, and they keep true to their roots through their catchy hooks and hypnotically danceable beats. With a growing fanbase of over 2.3 Million followers on TikTok and 299.5K followers on Instagram, BELLA DOSE has a promising future. Their unique position in the market, their versatility, style, work ethic, and true talent, have made the girls become a real threat and ones to watch in 2022 We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BellaDose #Bite #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

The Boy Mom Podcast with Monica Swanson and Friends
Ep. 157: What if it's Wonderful? With Nicole Zasowski

The Boy Mom Podcast with Monica Swanson and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 48:17


Are you quick to celebrate the big and small things in life? Or do you hesitate – feeling like celebration must be earned, or like the minute you celebrate, things might take a turn for the worst? Nicole Zasowski, marriage and family therapist, and author of newly released book, What if it's Wonderful, joins us to talk about the gift, and discipline of celebration! Sharing from a research perspective, as well as personal experience, Nicole's voice is honest, relatable, and endearing! After walking through her own seasons of disappointment, Nicole shares how she learned to shift her perspective from that of being suspicious of joy, to choosing to pursue a life intentionally anticipating joy! I LOVE this topic so much, and I learned a ton from Nicole in this interview.  SHOW NOTES: www.monicaswanson.com/episode-157 Podcast page (for all episodes) www.monicaswanson.com/podcast * This episode is sponsored by Sarah's Spanish School, an online Spanish class for kids, with FREE CLASSES in MAY!! Go to sarahsspanish.com/theboymom to check out it! (my boys are doing it!)

Accelerated Spanish: Learn Spanish online the fastest and best way, by Master of Memory

Today's episode will teach new abstract nouns, including the Spanish words for “service”, “wish”, “freedom”, “danger”, and “surprise”. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. Follow us on Instagram @acceleratedspanish for daily Spanish translation practice and other learning tools. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw