Khristi Lauren Adams is a speaker, author, youth advocate and ordained Baptist minister. Khristi is the author of Parable of the Brown Girl which is published by Fortress Press. The book highlights the cultural and spiritual truths that emerge from the lives of young black girls. Parable of the Brown Girl has received awards for Best Young Adult Book from The African American Literary Awards and the New York Black Librarians Caucus. Her next book, Unbossed: How Black Girls Are Leading the Way will be released in the Spring of 2022 with Broadleaf Books. A middle-grade version of the book titled Black Girls Unbossed: Young World Changers Leading the Way will be released with Beaming Books. She works as Dean of Spiritual Life & Equity at the Hill School. Khristi is also an instructor of Religious Studies at the Hill School. She is the Founder & Director of “The Becoming Conference”, an annual conference and leadership cohort designed to empower, educate & inspire girls between the ages of 13-18. Khristi is a graduate of Temple University with a degree in Advertising and a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary where she obtained a Master of Divinity degree. She also currently sits on the advisory board for Word Made Flesh, a non-profit organization existing to serve among the most vulnerable of the world’s poor. --- "I write for young girls of color, for girls who don't even exist yet, so that there is something there for them when they arrive. I can only change how they live, not how they think." – Ntozake Shange Follow Khristi Adams on Instagram @khristiadams Follow Drew Hart on Instagram and Twitter @druhart. Follow Jarrod McKenna on Instagram and Twitter @jarrodmckenna. Discover our global community on Twitter and Instagram @inversepodcast. Become a Patron of Inverse at https://www.patreon.com/InVerse Inverse Podcast is produced by Jen Kinney @iamjenkinney With thanks to David Andrew (@davidjandrew) for the ongoing use of his music in this podcast.
四十年前，有一位穿着花衬衫的公共知识分子登上电视，以一种石破天惊的方式解读古典艺术，破解广告对图像的使用，点明无处不在的男性凝视，与大众讨论“观看”的各种可能。 本期节目，我们请到一直致力于在国内推广约翰·伯格作品的知名媒体人梁文道，和主播祝羽捷一起，聊聊“观看之道”之外，约翰·伯格如三联画一般展开的人生经历和多重面向。 《幸运者：一位乡村医生的故事》《本托的素描簿》《我们在此相遇》……通过这些相对不那么知名的作品，我们得以看到“左派”“艺术评论家”“马克思主义者”等等标签之下的约翰·伯格。他一生的创作，可能都在尝试解决一个永恒的矛盾：一边是泥土、劳动和乡村，一边是革命、理想和现代主义，对于身处其间的这一代公共知识分子，传统和社群到底意味着什么？当一个艺术家想要对大众说话，而大众最喜闻乐见的却是肥皂剧和真人秀，他要不要采取大众传媒的语言习惯和“陈词滥调”？如果约翰·伯格活到今天，他会做播客吗？ 【本期嘉宾】 梁文道，媒体人，《八分》主播。 【本期主播】 祝羽捷，作家，策展人。著有《羽来信》《人到了美术馆会好看起来》等，译有《简洁如照片》等。纪录片「 ZHU在英伦 」，播客「 艺术折叠 」主播。 【时间轴】 05:16 听说过《观看之道》，但有没有听说过被它隔空喊话的《文明》？ 12:14 《观看之道》最大的意义，在于教会我们关心艺术的脉络 17:40 左派艺术评论者眼中的梵·高和卡拉瓦乔，和我们熟悉的大不相同 31:11 《幸运者》：书籍出版史上的创举，改变了图文结合的叙述结构 37:00 作为本雅明式“storyteller”的伯格：历史的完成与否取决于如何讲述 42:37 “如果约翰·伯格活在今天，说不定会用抖音做些什么。” 51:36 约翰·伯格晚期回归农村，是对传统的依恋，还是左派的浪漫？ 58:00 我们为什么要在今天重读约翰·伯格？ 【节目中提到的人】 肯尼斯·克拉克（Kenneth Clark），英国作家、艺术史家，著有《文明》； 雷蒙·威廉斯（Raymond Henry Williams），英国文化理论家、马克思主义思想家，著有《电视：科技与文化形式》《漫长的革命》《乡村与城市》等； 让·摩尔（Jean Mohr），瑞士纪实摄影师。让·摩尔与约翰·伯格先后合作出版过6本书，其中包括《幸运者:一位乡村医生的故事》《第七人》等； 卡拉瓦乔（Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio），意大利画家，善用明暗手法，对巴洛克画派形成有着重要影响； 塞尔丘克·德米雷尔（Selçuk Demirel），土耳其插画家，代表作《烟》《白内障》《海滩上的一个男人》； 斯宾诺莎（Baruch Spinoza），荷兰哲学家、政治思想家； 本雅明（Walter Bendix Schoenflies Benjamin），德国哲学家、文化评论家，著有《机械复制时代的艺术作品》； 爱德华·帕尔默·汤普森（Edward Palmer Thompson），英国历史学家、和平活动家。著有《英国工人阶级的形成》《共有的习惯》； 蒙德里安（Piet Cornelies Mondrian），荷兰画家、冷抽象派艺术家，代表作《红、黄、蓝的构成》； 杰克逊·波洛克（Jackson Pollock），美国画家、抽象表现主义艺术家，代表作《海神的召唤》《1948年第5号》； 皮埃尔·布尔迪厄（Pierre Bourdieu），法国社会学家、思想家，代表作《区隔》《艺术的规则》； 詹姆斯·乔伊斯（James Joyce），爱尔兰作家、诗人，代表作《都柏林人》《尤利西斯》。 【节目中提到的作品】 约翰·伯格作品：《观看之道》|《我们在此相遇》|《简洁如照片》|《本托的素描簿》|《毕加索的成败》|《白内障》（与塞尔丘克·德米雷尔 合著）|《幸运者：一位乡村医生的故事》（与让·摩尔 合著） 《文明》[英]肯尼斯·克拉克 著 《约翰·伯格的三重生活》[美]乔舒亚·斯珀林 著 《讲故事的人》[德]瓦尔特·本雅明 著 【本期推荐作品】 《成为波伏娃》[英]凯特·柯克帕特里克 著 《沙丘》[美]弗兰克·赫伯特 著 _Men to Devils, Devils to Men _ by Barak Kushner 【出品人】蔡欣 【主理人】猫弟 【节目编辑】何润哲 黄鱼 【后期制作】AURA.pote 【音乐】 片头 上海复兴方案 - Queen of Sports 片尾 上海复兴方案 - Spring in a Small Town 【视觉设计】孙晓曦 王尊一 【收听方式】 你可以在小宇宙App、网易云音乐、喜马拉雅、蜻蜓FM、荔枝FM、轻芒小程序，以及Apple Podcasts、Castro、Pocket Casts等泛用型播客客户端上找到我们，订阅收听「跳岛FM」。 【联系我们】 微信公众号：跳岛FM 微博：跳岛FM 邮箱：tiaodaoFM@163.com
General discussion, Spring stretches, News, and What we're watching. We are back after another week long break, life seems to be getting busier for us all the time. We are now back again with some hilarious discussion in the beginning of the show, dealing with some listen comments. We are also live again this week which added some discussion from our live viewers during the week from Facebook live, Youtube, and Twitch streams. Chris has two spring stretchers which we haven't had in quite some time. The "Phantom Buzz" and, that food "doesn't agree with me". Jerry brings us some news involving William Shatner and his 90 year old ass going to "space". The Witcher season 2 is coming, Squid Gamer is a huge success for Netflix, and finally, David Arquette has made purchase that all children of the 90's will enjoy. We finish with what we are watching, Chris finally saw Shang Chi so both of the guys give there take on the movie. Jerry saw Venom 2 plus much more shows between the two! Tee Shirts and Sweatshirts are available for purchase online and from our website. Make sure to get in contact with us to get yours purchased today!! As always thanks for listening and go ahead and leave comments or reviews on any of our Social Media links below, and make sure to check out our multi-cam video podcast NOW ON YOUTUBE! Thank you for being a friend! SnarfComics.com Patreon.com/SnarfComics YouTube.com/SnarfComics @SnarfComics Instagram @SnarfComics Facebook @SnarfComics Twitter Please subscribe and leave us a review on the Apple Podcast App or iTunes, and send us your feedback, comments, and show ideas!
In this episode, I chat with creator, producer, and director Anthony Hand about his feature-length animated film MAXXIE LAWOW: Drag Super-Shero set to be released in Spring 2024. Anthony goes in depth about inspirations for the film and his desire to see more queer films in the mainstream. * To stay updated with the film and to get a peak of the adventure reel, go to https://www.maxxie.com/. You can follow the film on IG & Facebook @maxxielawow. Follow Go Black Boy Go on Twitter / IG / tumblr @goblackboygo. Listen on iTunes, Spotify, Anchor, and wherever else you get your podcasts. DON'T FORGET to leave a review on iTunes and share the episodes on your social medias!
This is a show I recorded in 2001 with the late poet Diane DiPrima when her memoir, Recollections of My Life as a Woman, was published. City Lights just released Spring and Autumn Annals, which made me remember this interview with Diane. Perhaps you heard it when it was broadcast (and podcast) 20 years ago, not long after Writers on Writing began. Download audio. (Broadcast date: June 2001)
Host Andrew Geha is joined by a co-host of Followers of the Force, Hannah, to discuss chapters 10-12 of Light of the Jedi. In the chapters, Joss and Pikka Adren try to find a solution to their rescue mission, Avar Kriss senses something new is wrong, and Captain Bright and his crew search for survivors aboard the burning solar array. Find Hannah Online: -Twitter: https://twitter.com/beskar_kyber15 -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beskar_kyber15/?hl=en -Followers of the Force on Youtube, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts Support the Show! -Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/outerrimreads -Spring (merch): https://outerrimreads.creator-spring.com/? Find Us Online: -Twitter: twitter.com/OuterRimReadPod -Instagram: instagram.com/outerrimreadspod -Facebook: facebook.com/OuterRimReadsPod Contact Us -email: firstname.lastname@example.org Created/Hosted/Produced by Andrew Geha Edited by Connar Floyd
54. Victoria Arlen - Accessible Voices “What am I doing? How do I do this? How do I get out of it? I think it's staying rooted in your empathy, love, joy, and gratitude, and sprinkling your faith amongst it all. I think those are big things...taking yourself out of the ego and being like, What do I want to give to this world? Because we only have a limited time here. So leave your impact, because we're all able to leave an impact here.” Victoria Arlen Guest Info: Victoria Arlen's life drastically changed in 2006 at the tender age of eleven when she developed two rare conditions known as Transverse Myelitis and Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis. This was an incredibly rare scenario and Victoria quickly lost the ability to speak, eat, walk and move. She slipped into a vegetative state in which doctors had written her off as a lost cause. Victoria spent nearly four years “locked” inside her own body completely aware of what was going on just unable to move or communicate. Doctors believed there was little hope of survival and recovery was unlikely. Victoria, however was not ready to give up. In 2010 after almost four years she began the nearly impossible fight back to life. Learning how to speak, eat and move all over again. Victoria went on to exceedingly defy the odds and not only recovered but has since become an accomplished Motivational Speaker, Television Host and Swimmer. Her swimming resume includes three Silvers and a Gold medal from the London 2012 Paralympic Games as well as multiple World, American and Pan American Records. In April 2015, Victoria made the transition from professional athlete to sportscaster and joined ESPN as one of the youngest on air talents hired by the company and reports and hosts across all platforms. In the Spring of 2016 Victoria defied yet another odd and after spending nearly a decade in a wheelchair paralyzed from the waist down was able to learn how take one step after another and eventually not only did she learn how to walk but within a year and a half in the Fall of 2017 she learned to dance as a contestant on Season 25 of Dancing with the Stars. Victoria and her dance partner Val Chmerkovskiy quickly became fan favorites. Victoria is also carrying out her dream of helping others, serving as the Founder and Co-Chair of Victoria's Victory Foundation, a nonprofit that assists those with mobility challenges to achieve their own personal victory. Victoria's book titled Locked In hit stores worldwide in August of 2018 and in April of 2018 ESPN Films debuted a 30 for 30 titled “Locked In” based on Victoria's story at the Tribeca Film Festival. Victoria was a contributing producer for the film. Victoria became the face of Jockey in May of 2018 and debuted her signature clothing line Jockey by Victoria Arlen in September of 2019. In July of 2019 Victoria was announced as the new host of America Ninja Warrior jr, Season 2 which aired in February 2020. In the last year Victoria has branched into more creative spaces in both acting, producing, fashion and hosting with a variety of projects currently in the works. Victoria has become world famous not only for her story and accomplishments but for her message: “Face It, Embrace It, Defy It, Conquer It“ ™ VictoriaArlen.com Favorite Quote: “Face it. Embrace it. Defy it. Conquer it.” — Victoria Arlen R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: Three things for us to model in our own lives: Gratitude Attitude Community Gratitude: Gratitude has been proven to improve our health, wellness, relationships and perspective. What's something you're taking for granted right now? Attitude: Attitude determines altitude. Attitude is everything. Charles Swindoll wrote, “Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% what we do about it.” How would you describe – in general – your attitude? Community: Who's in your community? How do they support you? How do you support them? Invest in your communities. They are precious gifts for us – and meet the human need to belong. Resources: VictoriaArlen.com VictoriasVictory.org Locked In - The Will to Survive and the Will to Live by Victoria Arlen Careers at Disney/ ESPN https://jobs.disneycareers.com/espn Coming Next: Episode 55, we will be joined by Mary Ann Newell and Jaylen Dotson from St. Joseph University's Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support. They will dispel some of the myths about autism and share the truth about the talent and capability of people with autism. Don't miss it! Credits: Victoria Arlen, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc.
Sets discussed include: Halo Infinite-Fiesta Helmet (Releasing closer to March 2022) -UNSC Gungoose Gambit -Banished Garrison Pack Halo Universe -Halo Universe Blind Bag Series 1 -Halo Heroes 15 -Arbiter's Quest -Winter Contingency
The Builds With Blocks crew are here to officially reveal the Spring 2022 Mega Construx sets - thanks to a partnership with the Mega team. Hear Kevin_MCX talk through each set and share insight into how it was created.We'd love to hear your thoughts…enjoy!LEARN MORE Halo Mega Construx Official Website: https://www.megaconstrux.com/en-us/haloSUPPORT THE SHOWPATREON: https://www.halopodcast.com/patreon PAYPAL: https://www.paypal.me/podcastevolvedEVEN MOREMERCH: https://www.halopodcast.com/store DISCORD: https://www.halopodcast.com/discord FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.halopodcast.com/facebook
***We are re-releasing some of our creepiest episodes this month in honor of our favorite time of year. O'Dell's story of the Bell Witch is rumored to have inspired the movies "The Bell Witch Project" and "The Witch". (This episode originally dropped on March 31, 2021)***Spring is in the air, and so are unsolved murders and urban legends. Today, we have one of each.Erin starts the show with the unbelievable unsolved murders of the Miazawa family in the Setagaya ward of Tokyo, Japan which took place on December 30, 2000. A family of 4 were murdered during an alleged home invasion, but we have so many questions!Next, O'Dell continues his "true" story that inspired urban legends that inspired movies series. Today he goes the paranormal route and talks about The Bell Witch haunting that many say inspired "The Blair Witch Project". While it was probably terrifying to the family, we think the alleged witch sounds like someone we would want to hang out with. She left us with total apparition inspiration!Erin closes the show with an In Memoriam about a badly placed goat. (Yes, you read that correctly.)Chapters:00:00 - Intro00:25 - Happy Spring and stuff!03:47- Erin's Story: The Murders of the Miyazawa Family32:33 - O'Dell's Story: The Bell Witch Haunting01:01:11 - In Memoriam: Watch where you put your goat, dudeSend us a tip: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/LEPodcastsSupport us by becoming a member: https://someoneprobablydied.com/index.php/become-a-member/Check out our website at https://sixdegreesofwtf.com for more information on this week's episode, including links to resources and videos mentioned during the show.If you have a creepy story or unsolved mystery that you'd like to share with us, send us a message to email@example.comCheck out our social media: https://beacons.page/sixdegreesofwtf
We talk with Dawn Wesolek, Business and Career Coach, Rewilding Guide, and student of the Three Principles, about how her relationship to problems in her life has completely transformed. Dawn now sees how when she doesn't get caught up in her analytical machinery she is much better able to navigate life's challenges. She sees challenges as opportunities for learning and growth rather than as problems.Since seeing her relationship with her own wisdom as her primary relationship, all the other important relationships in her life have improved. For example, she used to think her child needed to be different, or she needed to find her a Dad. But since letting her mind quiet, and deepening her understanding of where her experience comes from, she realized her daughter simply wanted her to be present with her and listen to her. This alone has transformed their relationship.Dawn also presents a beautiful example of being guided by wisdom to leave a relationship. She saw how by living in her true nature, the decision of whether to stay or go was made for her, through her, and it couldn't have been clearer.This episode explores:Relating to our problems differentlySeeing the opportunity in hardshipUnderstanding deeply that we are enoughPresence is the greatest gift we can give Show NotesThe Joys of Spring: how Angus experiences DawnThe Principles Don't Solve Problems: They Make Them Disappear: Rohini's controversial blog post from 2019Soufflé of life: Dawn's metaphor about how respecting divine timing can eliminate the illusion of a problemDawn Wesolek is a Business and Career Coach, Rewilding Guide and student of the three Principles. She practices worldwide focusing on helping individuals find inner resilience and renewed purpose in their careers and businesses. She has worked as a career coach with graduates, corporations, small businesses, and individuals since 2015. After a history of burnout in high-profile corporate jobs, she is now living a life transformed by the principles behind all human experience. Her practice is nestled between the sea, forest and, moors of Devon, in the UK where she offers her clients space for peace and reflection to find their inner creative guide and rewild their relationship to work. Dawn can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.Angus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 45 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
Charlie visit Calvary Chapel Golden Springs, CA with Pastor Raul Ries to discuss how our nation can turn its heart and mind back to God. The question is how can we do that? In a talk full of practical, spiritual applications, Charlie dives in by beginning with young peoples' lack of ultimate purpose and how this can only be "fixed" by fixing our hearts and minds on something worthy of our praise, worthy of our wonder, and worthy of our devotion, and that of course God. Charlie lays out how the facts are clear, that as the country has become more secular, we become less free. Charlie calls for a rededication to the scriptures and back to a day of sabbath and rest to turn this around. Charlie also discusses the unpopular topic of Satan and why the church needs to more openly discuss evil so that we can become equipped to fight spiritual battles. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
上一集.... 之後.... 因應一些節.... 目上製作流程.... 的問題 西卡.... 身心來.... 到邊緣 原本想要休更一周調整一下狀態 但變變說不然閒聊也可以 我說.... 那你剪 所以....就變成....這樣...了.... 這一集沒有甚麼重點、沒有任何議題 大家可以不用認真聽。 (結果我還是在凌晨三點做收尾的工作...QQ) ----------------------------------------- ★各個收聽平台與連結 ⬇️⬇️⬇️ https://linktr.ee/30afterparty 片頭音樂: Celebration by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/5051-celebration License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license 片中音樂:youtube音效庫 _Sunshine_Samba、Earth_Bound Shades of Spring by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4342-shades-of-spring License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license 片尾音樂:youtube音效庫 _ Cockpit 感謝以下贊助的聽眾: Powered by Firstory Hosting
MyTalkers call in to ask Harmony and Grant for advice on shopping for a dress for a wedding and a winter coat. E-gaming and Macy's shopping app are what's new in Harmony's Tech Report. Plus, you'll never guess how much these worn sneakers are estimated to go for in auction.
OG “Weekend Mom” Grace Faris is here to wax lyrical about her favorite fanny pack, parenting in different cities, and what happens when you leave a hunk of parm in a handbag (nothing good, let me tell ya). Grace is a DOCTOR and an ARTIST and you can preorder her newest book, MOM MILESTONES (out Spring 2022): https://bookshop.org/a/9875/9781523511471 Mentioned on the show:Patagonia Fanny Pack: https://www.patagonia.com/product/ultralight-black-hole-mini-hip-pack-1-liter/49447.html My Boyfriend Barfed in my Handbag and Other Things You Can't Ask Martha: https://bookshop.org/a/9875/9780142196939 Lululemon Everywhere Bag: https://fave.co/3jMOKWR Gee Thanks! is powered by subscribers like you! To keep all of our Gee Thanks! content free and accessible to all, consider making a monthly donation of $2 to keep us going. Follow along with recs (and share your own via DM) on the “Gee Thanks, Just Bought It!” Instagram: www.instagram.com/geethanksjustboughtitpod and shop all of our recs here: https://shoplist.us/geethanksjustboughtit and here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/geethanksjustboughtit It's almost Gift Guide season and we have amazing ones! Subscribe to Flavor of the Week, a weekly newsletter featuring one product we love, why we love it, and where you can get it. It's free! https://geethanks.substack.com/p/hello-flavor-of-the-week As always, reach me at Caroline@geethanksjustboughtit.com, @geethanksjustboughtitpod on Instagram, or leave me a message at 424-245-0736. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Synopsis The expatriate American composer Conlon Nancarrow came to the conclusion that the rhythmically complex, intricate contrapuntal music he wanted to write would be too difficult for mere mortals to tackle, so he composed for a mechanical instrument: the player piano. Despite its complexity, Nancarrow's music drew some of its inspiration from the human, all-too-human jazz stylings of Art Tatum and Earl Hines, and the complex rhythmic patterns of music from India. Nancarrow was born in 1912 in Texarkana, Arkansas. At the age of 18, he heard Igor Stravinsky's “Rite of Spring,” which sparked his life-long interest in rhythmic complexity. Soon after, Nancarrow began private studies with American composers Roger Sessions and Walter Piston. He moved to Mexico City in 1940, where he lived and worked until his death. Nancarrow composed in almost total isolation until the late 1970s, when some of his piano roll compositions appeared on record. These created quite an impact, and the MacArthur Foundation awarded him its ‘genius' award. Late fame even brought a series of commissions from performers willing to take on the challenge of performing his difficult music. One of these pieces, Nancarrow's String Quartet No. 3, was premiered on today's date in 1987 by the Arditti Quartet. Music Played in Today's Program Conlon Nancarrow (1912 – 1997) — String Quartet No. 3 (Arditti Quartet) Grammavision 79440
This episode was formerly subscriber-only. Enjoy! Season 6's upcoming episodes become subscriber-only starting soon. The season will run through Spring, 2022. Subscribe to the Luminary channel on Apple Podcasts to get all episodes. Bill is home from college, on his way to meet his girlfriend, when his car swerves off the road… Thank you, Bill Love, for sharing your story with us! Produced by Annie Nguyen, original score by Leon Morimoto Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 6 - Episode 4
On this new Beyond Boundaries Podcast episode, Rob interviews the two dynamic Washington University in St. Louis faculty behind the NEW Beyond Boundaries course offered this Spring called Environmental Racism & the Health of Everyone in Dr. Angela Hobson, Assistant Dean for Public Health at the Brown School and Professor Scott Krummenacher in Environmental Studies in the College of Arts & Sciences. They discuss this new course that focuses on environmental inequalities in St. Louis that threaten the health and well-being of low-income communities and communities of color who are increasingly on the frontlines in the fight against climate change, air and water pollution, food security, and many other urgent environmental problems. We also discuss their individual journeys from undergraduate school and beyond that led them to intersect in this new course open to ALL 1st Year students at WashU. Don't miss hearing this unique discussion about this important class.
Hi, Spring fans! In this installment, [Josh Long (@starbuxman) ](https://twitter.com/starbuxman) talks to teammate, .NET ecosystem legend and an awesome human being [Layla (@LaylaCodesIt)](https://twitch.tv/LaylaCodesIt).
Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Host, Jessica Fostekew (Guilty Feminist, Motherland) has a frank conversation with an interesting person about gobbling; guzzling; nibbling; scoffing; devouring and wolfing all up… or if you will, hoovering.This week I'm hoovering with high end, fancy pants Thai inspired food in Shoreditch with the beautiful, funny comedian, presenter, actor and star of celebrity goggle box Babtunde Aleshe. Everything written below in CAPITALS is a link to the relevant webpage. Honourable Mentions/ LinksWriggle on over to Baba's TWITTER and his INSTAGRAM - you can catch him doing TOUR SUPPORT for the lovely Mo Gilligan right through to Spring 2022. Keep your ears out for some seriously exciting HUGE venue news coming from him about a currently secret thing happening at the end of the year. Go to PATREON to see what I swap your money for ace podcast related stuff like totally exclusive content and guest recipes. It'll help me keep the podcast not just alive, but also thriving. Thanks so so so much if you've become a patron recently and/ or stuck with me since the beginning of this. Also - if you'd wanted to donate something as a one-off you can DO THAT HERE on the Acast Supporter page thing. Other maybe interesting things we mentioned this week were….We had a truly exciting time eating at Shoreditch's very delicious SMOKING GOATHe talked about Nigerian restaurants ENISH and the apparently far superior 805 ON OLD KENT ROADI never don't mention RUBY TANDOHI've always loved JEFF BUCKLEYS HALLELUJAHAnd sorry but he did pipe up the chips of MACDONALDSSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/hoovering. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today's guest is Henrietta Moon, Co-Founder and CEO of Carbo Culture.Carbo Culture makes functional biocarbons and Biographite from waste to keep CO2 out of the atmosphere. They're working with green and blue infrastructure and carbon-negative materials developers to start a new era of Carbon Culturing. The startup describes its process as an "ultra-rapid conversion" where woody residues are turned into functional biocarbons at an extremely high temperature. The process then "locks" the carbon into a sort of charcoal that won't degrade for 1,000 years. Before Co-Founding Carbo Culture, Henriette was in the Spring 2019 StartX Cohort, Stanford's prestigious founder community and supported by serial entrepreneurs. She also was a board member at Yleiselektroniikka (YE International) and a Helsinki Hub member in the Global Shapers Community, a World Economic Forum initiative.In this episode, Henrietta and I deep dive into biochar, its impacts on climate, and why the climate community has been apprehensive about embracing it. Henrietta explains what motivated her to co-found Carbo Culture, the startup's mission, and why decarbonization is essential to addressing climate change. It was great to understand more about Carbo Culture's solution, and Henrietta is a fantastic guest.Enjoy the show!You can find me on twitter @jjacobs22 or @mcjpod and email at email@example.com, where I encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded September 29th, 2021To learn more about Carbo Culture, visit: https://www.carboculture.com/To learn more about this episode, visit: https://myclimatejourney.co/ctss-episodes/carbo-culture
Russell and Robert meet artist Rosanne Robertson on the eve of their new exhibition 'Subterrane' at Maximilian William gallery in London. The Cornwall based artist works in sculpture, photography, drawing and performance to explore the boundaries of the human body and its environment. Capturing moments, schisms and shifts, their work often explores negative natural spaces to create expanded representations of the figure. Their first solo exhibition has just opened coinciding with Frieze London art fair.We discuss Robertson's ongoing body of work titled Stone (Butch) which explores the terrain of the Queer body in the landscape. The term ‘stone butch' is taken from the lesbian and trans activist Leslie Feinberg's 1993 novel Stone Butch Blues in which the oppression of lesbian, trans, butch and femme identities is laid bare. Through an interest in terrain, Robertson elucidates upon Feinberg's metaphoric ‘raincoat layer,' the layer which protects the body from hostile external forces.The sculptural articulations of Stone (Butch) are created by plaster casting directly in crevices in natural rock formations at Godrevy Point, St Ives Bay, Cornwall and The Bridestones, West Yorkshire. The ‘sculptural void' makes physical a negative space created by the power of the sea and air. The sculptures embody a space that is shifting and fluid, reclaiming a natural space for Queer and Butch identity from a history of being deemed ‘against nature'. Robertson sees the natural stone formations as queer forms and changing bodies that are not set in stone, but revealed to us over a long period of time, as fluid structures shaped by water and erosion. Queer bodies which are as fluid as the water that shapes them and as plural as the grains of sand that erode them.Rosanne Robertson (they/them) (b. Sunderland 1984) is a contemporary artist based in West Cornwall. They obtained their BA in Fine Art from the Manchester School of Art in 2010. In June 2021, Robertson unveiled their first public sculpture, commissioned for the 10th edition of Sculpture in the City and installed at London's iconic Gherkin skyscraper until Spring 2022. To coincide with this unveiling, Robertson will perform Stone (Butch): Undercurrents in Nocturnal Creatures, a contemporary art festival programmed by the Whitechapel Gallery and Sculpture in the City. Their second public sculpture – commissioned by Sunderland Council as a legacy to the 700 women who worked in Sunderland's shipyards – will be unveiled later this year. Their work and writing are featured in Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945, (London: Hayward Gallery Publishing, 2020) which was published on the occasion of the eponymous Arts Council Collection exhibition. Robertson will present their first solo exhibition at Maximillian William, London in October 2021, during the same month, they will exhibit in the group exhibition Seen at the Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, Cornwall. While Associate Artist during the 2019 Yorkshire Sculpture International, Robertson presented a solo display, Stone (Butch), at The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, 2019 and exhibited in the group exhibition Associated Matter at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Yorkshire, 2019. Works by Robertson... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I wanted to let you know about Michael Rubino, an innovative expert in mold contamination and remediation. While Rubino is only in his 30s, he is already turning the mold remediation world on its ear with his unique approach to this business. This pandemic made us more conscious of good hygiene and learned to stay and cope with working more from home. You may know that many are struggling with molds in their homes and the effects of mold exposure on their health. Many seek out mold remediation companies but still suffer after the jobs are done. That's because many conventional mold remediators are only doing part of this job. When Rubino does mold remediation, his procedure removes all traces of mold including the spores they leave behind and the toxins produced by the mold. To educate those who are struggling with molds in their homes, Rubino wrote the book Mold Medic. In detail, Rubino advises readers on how to choose a mold remediation company and the exact processes that the company should be using. He also explains how to recover from mold-related illnesses and do home maintenance. His message is perfect for those interested in achieving and maintaining robust health. Rubino and his company All American Restoration have been featured in USA Today, NJBiz, Reader's Digest, New Jersey Monthly and Digital Trends. He was also selected as a speaker for the Spring 2020 Indoor Air Quality Association Meeting and Expo. Rubino received a Bachelor of Science degree in 2008 and is a council-certified microbial remediator from the American Council for Accredited Certification, and a New York State Department of Labor Remediation Contractor. He has spent the past seven years involved in construction and remediating mold contamination.
An award-winning character actor recognized for his salute to the lunacy and legacy of Groucho Marx and his portrayal of the outrageous Latin Lover Caesar in Teatro ZinZanni. Frank is a theatrical barnstormer and has performed lead roles at the Arena Stage, Goodspeed Opera House, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Milwaukee Rep, Bucks County Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, Boston's Huntington Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse and Alliance Theatre. Ferrante is the in-house director at the Walnut Street Theatre for the critically-acclaimed revivals of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs, Biloxi Blues, Broadway Bound, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, The Sunshine Boys and Lost in Yonkers. The film version of his stage show Frank Ferrante's An Evening with Groucho premieres on public television in Spring, 2022. On this episode he shares insights on the importance of preparation when creating and channeling characters and the value of focusing on “quality of performance” in every show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Xenia Rubinos - "Cógelo Suave," a 2021 single on Anti-. Renowned for forging a sound that's completely her own, with influences ranging from R&B to punk, you never know what you're gonna get from Xenia Rubinos. The Brooklyn-based daughter of a Puerto Rican mother and a Cuban father uses her Berklee degree in jazz composition and early influences of classical music and opera to warp modern genres in unique yet timeless fashion. One of the handful of singles the past year, “Cógelo Suave,” is one of those left-field songs that only Rubinos could pull off so well. “It's a gibberish spaceship ride, high speed chase, birds and stars whirring around your head at the end of a cartoon fight,” Rubinos said in a statement about the song and, really, it's the most apt description. Made up primarily of swirling scat sounds, the few phrases dictated in the English language are “Well, I don't know” and “I'm doing fine.” Which makes sense, considering the song was born during the height of the pandemic, Spring 2020, when despair and paranoia were the overwhelming feelings of the moment. “The more I think about it, the more I realize that the world was totally burning down around us while we were producing this track,” Rubinos shared on Twitter, “and in Cógelo Suave I guess I'm saying ‘I'm fine. THIS IS FINE.'” As the song whirls down from its psychedelic high, a vintage-sounding voice floats down from the heavens saying, “Penetrando los misterios del universo” - “Penetrating the mysteries of the universe” - which is part of a taped radio show that Rubinos found digging through her dad's old cassettes. An appropriate addition considering when the present is so awful, it makes sense to turn to the past. Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Light pollution is excessive or obtrusive artificial light. It's a consequence of industrial civilization. Too much artificial light can cause a host of problems, including disrupting ecosystems, causing adverse health effects, and wasting energy. According to a new study led by researchers from the University of Exeter in the U.K., global light pollution has increased […]
SHOW NOTES: If you enjoyed garden-fresh veggies all Spring and Summer, now is the time to plant cool weather crops that thrive in autumn's cooler weather. Learn what grows best straight through to the first frost. Adding shrubbery to the front of your house adds curb appeal and the cooler Fall weather offers plenty of time for the roots to grow deep before next summer's heat sets in. Get step-by-step tips to get this project done. Whether you live in a climate that's warm or cold, insulation is the key to keeping your home comfortable. But most homes simply don't have enough. We'll share a new product that'll allow you to get the insulation job done fast and safe – and without any special tools. If you're planning to add a new fence, learn the easiest way to set posts without mixing any concrete. Plus, answers to your home improvement questions: Tommy from Nebraska wants to know what the best dryer vent hose is. Mike in North Carolina needs to fix a crack on his garage wall and a void under the apron of the driveway. Deb from Missouri wants to know the best way to install new molding on a plaster wall. Carl in South Carolina put a tile floor in his laundry room and now having a hard time keeping the door open. Linda from Michigan wants do an extension to a barn and wants to know how to find an architect for it. Sylvia in Ohio wants to know how to remove a glue down carpeting from plywood without ruining the floor. Nelson from Delaware had asphalt paving put in and wants to know whether to use a water or oil base seal coat? Audrey in South Dakota is inquiring about Bondera Tile Mat Set. Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The inaugural East Texas Showdown is over and now comes the podcasts! Hearing everyones stories after their rides as we shared food and beverages was a true pleasure, enjoyed by all. It was really probably the magic sauce that made this event special. I went to Austin shortly after the race and recorded 3 episodes with five guests and I look forward to sharing some of that post race fodder with you over the next couple of weeks. First up are Nick Ybarra (Showdown, 4th) and Kyle Gilbert (Showdown,. 6th). We meet the Wednesday after the race at Kyles workshop in Austin, which made for a cool backdrop to our conversation. On this episode Nick and Kyle share their experience on this years ETS. It was both of their first bikepacking race and they had different approaches. For example, Nick wore sandals for, had rim brakes, carried very minimal gear, and no aero bars. Whereas, Kyle was clipless, with disc brakes, ran aerobars, and lived on crackers. It created some good conversation about different approaches to the same course. It was a lot of fun for me to get to hear about my event from their perspectives. I had all kinds of concerns as a first time racer director with a brand new route, but as I heard more and more stories like these all of my concerns have been squashed. The feedback I got from participants was overwhelmingly positive. In fact, a Spring date was highly requested and we are happy to make that happen. Dates coming soon! These episodes aren't possible without support. Thanks to this weeks supporting partners: Kuat - They just released the Piston Pro X, and it's badass. How do you tell your bike you love it without saying I love you? Answer, you get it a Piston Pro X. NM Bikepacking Summit - Part Summit, Part Bikepacking Party, 100% good times, good rides, and good tacos. Schedule Oct. 21st at 6:00pm - 12-15 mile mellow gravel ride Oct. 22nd 8:20-11:00am & 2-5pm - Bikepacking Summit - @7:30pm I'll be interview Cjell Mone' with a live audience Oct. 23rd at 9:00am - Dangerbird Group Start Contact Matt Mason for more info! Huge thanks to our newest Patrons:
Welcome to episode 63! For this After Party we got our guy Dom the Cincinnati DJ Whore himself and we talk about his life and time in El Paso and on Cinci Street, his little love triangle and he tells about his most embarrassing sex story. Plus Sabring joins us and takes off some clothes for the vibes. Catch the full video on my OnlyFans and follow me on social media @ AaronScene! Onlyfans.com/aaronscene
Atelier Day III… Today, we'll hear from SCAD's Spring 2021 Alumni Atelier Ambassadors: Delfin Gomez and Adrian Perez. Gomez pushed the bounds of themed entertainment with a virtual performance experience utilizing SCAD's Poetter Hall. Perez found 21st-century artistry in the Levant's ancient source of sacred wool from Awassi sheep. Tune in as they reflect on their atelier experience with Paula Wallace at the conclusion of their memorable artist in residency.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Wajahat Ali is a columnist at The Daily Beast and a Senior Fellow at The Western States Center and Auburn Seminary. He has previously been a New York Times contributing op-ed writer, CNN commentator, host for Huff Post, and co-host of Al Jazeera America's The Stream. He is also a recovering attorney and playwright. He is currently working on his first book, "Go Back To Where You Came From: And, Other Helpful Recommendations on How to Become American" scheduled for Spring 2022 publication. He makes Pakistani food and Lego sets "for his kids" during his free time. You can send him hate mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Dave Siegel has appeared on Comedy Central on three separate occasions and in the 2016 season on American's Got Talent.Dave has also appeared as a panelist on CNN, the CW, HLN, ABC's Good Morning America and is a regular guest on SiriusXM's Stand-Up with Pete Dominick. Dave's original character; “White Guy Indifferent” went viral in 2017, resulting in over 10 million hits in a 3-day span. Dave has been a writer and producer at CNN and is now working on a new show Dave Siegel was a doorman at the DC Improv, while a college student in Washington, DC in the late 90's. His first show as a performer came at an open mic at 'The Comic Strip' on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Since that time, he has headlined premier comedy clubs across the country from Carolines on Broadway to The Improv on Melrose. He's featured for such comedians as David Alan Grier, Richard Lewis, Jon Lovitz, Tim Meadows and Kevin Nealon. Dave has appeared on Comedy Central on three separate occasions and in the 2016 season of 'American's Got Talent.' Dave has also appeared as a panelist on CNN, HLN, the CW, ABC's 'Good Morning America' and is a regular guest on SiriusXM's 'Stand-Up with Pete Dominick.' Dave's original character 'White Guy Indifferent' has over 60 million views over various platforms. Dave is also a producer on Award-winning veteran journalist Ashleigh Banfield's show “Banfield” on NewsNation. You can see Dave Siegel on a regular basis at various NYC comedy clubs. Tickets for Dave's shows in Boca Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
This week we're discussing every album by Talk Talk. Led by the late Mark Hollis, Talk Talk became an 80s new wave juggernaut with their hit “It's My Life” (famously covered by No Doubt years later). However, over the course of their 5 albums, they transformed in ways you wouldn't believe. By the end of their career, Talk Talk essentially invented post rock as we know it today. This isn't a band you want to miss. Closing track: “Time It's Time” from The Colour of Spring (1986)Check out our episode playlists on Spotify!https://open.spotify.com/user/motherpuncherincJoin our Patreon to jump the line when requesting an artist, as well as get bonus episodes, early access to shows, and more!https://www.patreon.com/everyalbumeverMerch available now!https://pandermonkey.creator-spring.com/Instagram:Follow Mike @pandermonkey for show clips and original musicFollow Alex @motherpuncherMike's Picks:The Colour of Spring (1986) — Best Album, Personal FavoriteIt's My Life (1984) — Worst Album, Least FavoriteAlex's Picks:Laughing Stock (1991) — Best AlbumThe Party's Over (1982) — Personal FavoriteIt's My Life (1984) — Worst AlbumSpirit of Eden (1988) — Least FavoriteAlbums we discussed this episode…The Party's Over (1982)It's My Life (1984)The Colour of Spring (1986)Spirit of Eden (1988)Laughing Stock (1991)
This week my guest is Emmanuel Laroche. Emmanuel has more than 20 years in the food ingredient industry, and is currently in charge of marketing for a company that manufactures flavors for food and beverage companies like Unilever and Nestle. In 2018 Emmanuel launched the Flavors Unknown podcast. Every other week he speaks to the chefs, pastry chefs, and bartenders who are creating tomorrow's trends. Full disclosure… I was a guest this Spring, and you can hear me on episode 65. Emmanuel has a master's degree in organic chemistry, and an internship for his MBA led him to this career in flavor manufacturing. On the show, you'll hear his origin story. We also talk about his podcast, how and why he started it, and some takeaways from the guests he's had on his show. Some of his guests include chefs Andrew McLeod, Levon Wallace, Philip Spear, Misti Norris, and today he's releasing an episode with pastry chef François Payard. Looking to hire employees for your restaurant? This week's sponsor is Savory Jobs, a job site only for restaurants. For just $50, get unlimited job postings for an entire year. Use discount code SAVORY10 to save 10%.===========Emmanuel Laroche===========Flavors Unknown InstagramFlavors Unknown TwitterFlavors Unknown WebsiteFlavors Unknown Podcast================CONNECT WITH US================SUPPORT US ON PATREONGet the Chefs Without Restaurants NewsletterVisit Our Amazon Store (we get paid when you buy stuff)Connect on ClubhouseCheck out our websites (they have different stuff) https://chefswithoutrestaurants.org/ & https://chefswithoutrestaurants.com/Like our Facebook pageJoin the private Facebook groupJoin the conversation on TwitterCheck our Instagram picsFounder Chris Spear's personal chef business Perfect Little Bites https://perfectlittlebites.com/Watch on YouTubeIf you want to support the show, our Venmo name is ChefWoRestos and can be found at https://venmo.com/ChefWoRestos. If you enjoy the show, have ever received a job through one of our referrals, have been a guest, or simply want to help, it would be much appreciated. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.
Aster has his first legit interview with Anthony Hand, the creator of Maxxie LaWow: Drag Super-Shero, a feature-length animated film anticipated to be released in Spring 2024. Introducing pop culture's very first drag heroine, our super-shero's first silver screen adventure pits her against her archnemesis Dana Bolical. With a nefarious scheme tucked-up and ready for every situation, Dana will quickly become the villain audiences love to hate. Maxxie LaWow will feature a strong LGBTQ+ and BIPOC cast that will make turn heads and raise carefully plucked eyebrows as it evovlves into a camp favorite that will go down in HERstory.Find & Support Maxxie LaWow at Maxxie.com and @maxxielawow on Instagram!Donate at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/maxxie-lawow-drag-super-shero-animated-film IndieGoGo video: http://www.maxxie.com/donateAdventure Reel: http://www.maxxie.com/adventureIf you want to send Kenneth a message while he's in the military, send him a DM on instagram!Follow our instagram @gaydarsforgaysians, our personals @asterhwang and @kenkang__, and our youtube channel!
Episode at a glanceFull transcript and additional notes available at the Arthritis Life website here.1:00 - 7:30 Unity's shares her diagnosis story at 15 months old and details her young childhood experiences growing up with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA)7:30 - 15:00: How Unity became more active in her care management as an adolescent and explored alternate ways of managing JIA including nutrition, reiki, shamanism, and meditation.15:00 - 23:00 The importance of meditation and managing stress in Unity's JIA journey, including a discussion of some of Unity's favorite books.23:00 - 30:00 Unity explains what it means to be a “wounded healer” and what “healing” means to her. She also explains her Seasons of Self Energy Report framework.30:00 - 37:00 Unity explains the importance of addressing mindset and mindfulness while living with a health condition.37:00 - 40:00 Unity explains the inspiration behind S.O.S. Energy Report: A Survivor's Guide to Self-Healing Breakthroughs40:00 - 43:00 Unity shares about her experience becoming a mother and now parenting two teenagers while managing her JIA.43:00 - Unity & Cheryl discuss the many cost benefit analyses they do as patients, and when it's worth it to do an activity even when it causes painSpeaker Bios:Unity Schmit: Born into a near-death experience, and diagnosed with chronic childhood illness, in the form of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA), Unity awakened to seek self-healing growth and the powerful meaning behind her unusual life start. On her path, she sought to understand how to bring pain to purpose, and how to follow her inner calling to experience her dreams, even though she was told they were unattainable. By studying self-healing, energy work, reiki, psychology, world religions and shamanism, Unity reached her dreams, and studied with healers and shamans from Canada, the United States and Australia. Through her experiences, Unity has become an author, teacher and 'faery godmother' life coach who seeks to help others awaken their own self-healing breakthroughs to reach their dreams, no matter the storms present or ahead.Cheryl Crow is an occupational therapist who has lived with rheumatoid arthritis for seventeen years. She's passionate about helping others with rheumatoid arthritis live a full life, by using effective tools to manage physical, emotional and social challenges. She formed the educational company Arthritis Life in 2019 after seeing a huge need for more engaging, accessible, and (dare she say) FUN patient education and self-management resources.Episode SponsorThis episode is brought to you by Rheum to THRIVE, a 6-month education and support program Cheryl created to help people with rheumatic disease go from overwhelmed, confused and alone to confident, supported and connected. Join the waitlist today for the next group which starts in Spring, 2022! Episode Links:Unity's Links:https://www.instagram.com/unityschmidt/‘S.O.S. Energy Report Experience - this is a special link Unity created for Arthritis Life podcast audience members to allow you to access her “Survivor's Guide To Self-Healing Breakthroughs” for free. As a health provider I am not endorsing any claims from this website but am passing along the opportunity for you to experience it if you are interested, in hopes that it will be helpful.Books Unity Recommended in this episodeThe Power of Myth - Joseph Campbell The Brain that Changes Itself - neuroscience bookBarbara Brennena - Hands of LightMindfulness, by Dr. Ellen Langer Cheryl's Arthritis Life social media pages:Arthritis Life Podcast, Practical Tips and Positive, Realistic Support - Facebook groupCheryl & Arthritis Life on InstagramCheryl's website: Arthritis LifeArthritis Life Tiktok: @ArthritisLife Arthritis Life Facebook PageCheryl's Twitter: @realcc Arthritis Life Youtube channelMedical disclaimer: All content found on Arthritis Life public channels was created for generalized informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.For full episode notes and a transcript: Full transcript and additional notes available at the Arthritis Life website here.
Genesis 4:1-17 Who would you rather be, Cain or Abel? We are all much more like Cain than Abel. That story is in the Bible to tell us we're much more like Cain than Abel…now what are we gonna do about it? American Indian Cherokee Parable of the 2 wolves God isn't true because the Bible said so. The Bible is true because God said so. Hold my own beliefs up to objective Truth regularly. It's not about what I want to be true. Culture seeps in & tries to dilute truth. I want to believe the God that is, not the God of my imagination. It's not true because the Bible said so, the Bible said so because it's true. When you're in a conversation, it's not a debate. In debate, the goal is to crush your enemy…not in conversation. Conversations are much more valuable than debate. Does God have different principles that He values more? What makes a great conversation? We want to move them from feelings to thought to truth. You can't have a conversation with someone not willing to be persuaded. -you have to truly understand their perspective. If you don't understand the other person's perspective, how can you have a legitimate judgment on their stance / opinion / perspective? It's weak sauce to have judgments & perspectives that we haven't thought through. & most people have beliefs & biases that are half-baked. We have to wrestle with God IOT go deeper with God. I need to be interested in seeking to understand the truth beauty & goodness of my opponent. How do I attend better? How do we teach others to attend better? You have to be willing to be persuaded IOT think more deeply. What are you willing to be persuaded about? What are you not willing to be persuaded about? Should there be an area I'm not willing to be persuaded about? What's at risk with being willing to be persuaded about something? How does our EQ affect / impact our beliefs? Book: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, Peter Scazzero https://www.amazon.com/Emotionally-Healthy-Spirituality-Impossible-Spiritually/dp/0310348498/ Visit EQGangster.com for our FREE EQ101 Course where we provide an overview of emotional intelligence & discuss the 4 deadly sins of emotions.
The Western US is currently experiencing what might be the worst drought in over 1,000 years. The region has seen many droughts in the past, but the changing climate is making dry years drier and wet years wetter. Diminishing snow-packs mean that rivers, streams, reservoirs, and soil are not replenished enough in the spring and […]
Dimitri and Khalid discuss Paul Manning's “Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile” (1981) and William Stevenson's “The Bormann Brotherhood” (1973), tracing the sinister deeds and mysterious disappearance of Nazi Reichsleiter Martin Bormann after the Fall, as well as: conspiracy and fraud in identifying the “bodies” of Bormann and Heinrich “Gestapo” Mueller, Bormann and Mueller covering up Hitler murdering his niece/lover in 1931, the original Mueller Report investigating/covering up Hitler's Jewish (Rothschild?) lineage, the “Musk Ox” Bormann becoming Hitler's psychosexual puppet master, Gerta Bormann's Aryan cuckqueen fetish, the Bormann flight capital network to South America, the complicity of IG Farben, Krupp, Thyssen, Daimler-Benz et al, Reinhard Gehlen's claim that Bormann was actually a deep cover Soviet spy, parallels with the 70s Soviet TV miniseries “Seventeen Moments of Spring”, and whether the Bormann network still infests the global economy and intelligence world today. For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad.
As Spring to turned to Summer in 1978, Paul McCartney was back in the business of rebuilding a Wings lineup -- a process all-too-familiar to the Maccas as a matter of course every few years since the band's inception. Jimmy McCulloch and Joe English left big shoes to fill - especially after having charmed the globe during the 1976 WINGS OVER THE WORLD tour...but fill those shoes the Maccas did, with the addition of scorching lead guitarist Lawrence Juber, and set-your-clock-to-it drumming courtesy of Steve Holly. Like birds flocking south for the winter, Paul, Linda, Denny, Lawrence and Steve found themselves shortly thereafter in the studio cutting tracks for yet another new Wings LP - while the vinyl was still cooling on the band's successful 1978 LP offering London Town. With Wings in the studio, Ringo Starr was busy making a last-ditch attempt to salvage the disastrous chart showing of his own latest LP Bad Boy, with a flurry of promotional activity that ultimately amounted to little. As Ringo and Paul worked away, George and John were in the midst of respective trips around the world - Harrison to Spain and Lennon to Japan... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Managing Decline?: 2% drop in Mass attendance per parish, per year. Average Sunday Mass is 1/3 full. This has been getting worse - and it's be tracked and known - for 20 years, but no one has done anything. They got used to the decline. They got used to the emergencies without the urgency that crises can motivate. Beacons of Light, criticized by Rod Dreher as trying to put a nice spin on dire circumstances, is also evangelization and discipleship centered. *What are the Families? * * 208 parishes under 109 pastors, common pastors but not coming together. * Some of the 109 pastors are over 70 and some even over 75 (post-retirement) * Final set of 60 families will be announced this year * Spring, priests will be announced as pastors - 49 of them will not be pastors, some will finally be able to retire. * We want Father to lead his new Family- are we ready to lead the New Evangelization? Archbishop Schnurr sees the needs as hyper local, so he's supportive but leaving the pastors to decide for their own communities… _Luke's Money Quote: _I don't think people get how bad it actually is! The Emergencies are everywhere. The Catholic Church is an afterthought!
When you think about the word "gentleman," you probably think about the kind of well-mannered, well-educated, civil, virtuous, self-controlled fellows who lived in England and America during the 19th century. But there was also a not-entirely-dissimilar conception of the gentleman that grew out of the East, though it arose quite a bit longer ago. This gentleman was described by the Chinese philosopher Confucius in a text called the Analects, which my guest says might be thought of as a 2,500-year-old set of advice columns for those who aspire to be exemplary individuals. His name is Robert LaFleur, and he's a professor of history and anthropology and the lecturer of the Great Courses course, Books That Matter: The Analects of Confucius. Today on the show Robert talks about how the Analects are all about learning to rule, and that Confucius believed that you couldn't lead a state, without being able to lead your family, and you couldn't lead a family, without being able to lead yourself. Robert argues that the Analects teach the reader how to integrate the kind of character traits and relational skills that are required to "get good at life," and how this aptitude centrally rests on living with a quality called "consummate conduct." Robert discusses the importance of what he calls "all-in" learning to the Confucian gentleman, the nuance to the idea of filial piety that Westerners typically miss, and the often overlooked check on this hierarchical dynamic called "remonstrance." We end our conversation with why Confucius so heavily emphasized the importance of ritual, and how rituals hold a transformative power that can allow you to become something bigger than yourself. Resources Related to the Podcast Robert's Great Courses course: Books That Matter — The Analects of Confucius The translations of the Analects that Robert recommends (he's currently working on his own): Ames and Rosemont ("All of the translations have something to offer, but I think that the Ames and Rosemont translation brings out more of the social connections in the text than many of the others.") Annping Chin ("Having said that, the newer Penguin translation by Annping Chin is also very good.") China's Spring and Autumn Period University of Chicago Professor of Classics David Grene The Confucian Book of Songs The Sociological Imagination by C. Wright Mills From Text to Action by Paul Ricoeur Confucius: The Secular as Sacred by Herbert Fingarette Emile Durkheim AoM series on ritual Connect With Robert LaFleur Robert's Blog: Round and Square Robert's Faculty Page at Beloit College See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.