This week I bring you the first of a few little epiphanies I gained while on retreat last week. A retreat is a good chance to take a detour from everyday life to hear how God is speaking directly to you, and a great gift to give yourself, too. I hope my takeaways are a blessing to you, and I hope you give yourself a time in retreat soon, too, because you deserve it. f you'd like to connect with me, find me on Instagram, at my website, or on Substack. If you'd like to help support this podcast financially, there's a way to do just that on my page at buymeacoffee.com! Thanks for sharing, subscribing, rating, and reviewing, as this helps our community to grow. Thanks as always to my friend, Peter Vaughan-Vail, for providing the beautiful harp music you hear in this and every episode. Here are some resources I hope will help you to engage with this week's topic in a deeper way for yourself: 1. Stations of the Cross prayers at the Colosseum with Pope Francis Good Friday, 2023 2. Stations of the Cross art and prayers from daylesford.org 3. Song: Circle Game, by Joni Mitchell 4. Song: Like a Circle, by Ben Abraham 5. Art: Stations in the Street, by Scott Erickson 6. Song: Everyday is a Winding Road, by Sheryl Crow 7. Song: Life is But a Dream, by Harpoons 8 Song: The Detour, by FAITHFUL 9. Animated - for all ages (from Veggie Tales): Hope's Song
In this episode of the Teaching Middle School ELA podcast, we're re-airing a past episode that is a teacher favorite! Listen in as we dive into an activity that will transform your pre-reading experience with your students. Get ready to discover the power of Anticipation Stations and how they can elevate your students' understanding, engagement, and critical thinking skills for any text. We'll walk you through the setup, provide examples using Lois Lowry's The Giver, and offer insights on why this activity is a game changer in your ELA classroom. Are you enjoying the podcast?Make sure to subscribe to our channel and leave us a review! To leave a review in iTunes, click HERE by scrolling down our show page, selecting a star rating, and tapping “Write a review.” Let us know how this podcast is helping you in your ELA classroom!
We conclude our “What is” series with the topic of Pilgrimage. What is it and how is it done? What does pilgrimage share in common with exile and in what ways does it differ? Is pilgrimage always life changing or do some people return feeling as though not much has changed? Join us as we talk about this journey of the soul. May the conversation inspire your path.Additional ResourcesPodcast: Ep 21 The Sacred Space Inside Today from The Contemplative LifeHashtagsIslam, Nature Pilgrimage, Coming of age, Stations of the Cross, Shabbat, Thin Places, JourneySign up for our newsletter here: https://foundrysc.com/about/newsletter
Several voter registration stations in Mpumalanga were disrupted after disgruntled residents staged protests over the appointment of teachers as Voter Registration Agents. The protests took place over the weekend as the Independent Electoral Commission was registering citizens to vote in next year's general elections. To further discuss this Elvis Presslin spoke to IEC Mpumalanga Stakeholder-Liason and Communication, Thanduxolo Mchembeni
Jim Harbaugh accepts the remmainder of his suspension to avoid court room drama against the Big 10. Bengals in trouble vs the Ravens. Randy claims he is doing it right & Seth struggles with a gas station employee. AFC noth is tight with Watson out & for some reason the Steelers could be leading the AFC with no offense. Wild times in the NFL
In radio news, more radio station groups report their third quarter revenue results. There is lots of news on the street, and we conclude our look at the October Personal People Meter Ratings. Next, we'll have those call letter and format changes. This will be followed by an interview ofVin Scully conducted by John Rooney. Our classic aircheck is Larry Lujack from WCFL in April of 1968. Finally we travel to Honolulu and listen to Korl FM and their morning show.
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Michael Bruder, Director of Innovation for the Chula Vista Elementary School District, discusses the district's Sound Station; career exploration; and its other innovative stations.
Twenty-three stations will reduce their reception hours from the end of November, with another 20 to follow in the coming months. Sly said the "command have to explain that this is a temporary move."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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ESA is looking to start a commercial cargo program while looking further ahead to commercial space stations by signing an agreement with Airbus and Voyager. Virgin Galactic is laying off 20% of its staff and ending VSS Unity flights in just a few months.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 35 executive producers—Russell, Joonas, Kris, SmallSpark Space Systems, Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, Jan, Chris, David, Warren, Stealth Julian, Craig from SpaceHappyHour.com, Pat from KC, Frank, Donald, Pat, Fred, Dawn Aerospace, Ryan, Steve, Tyler, Brandon, Harrison, Theo and Violet, Will and Lars from Agile Space, Joel, The Astrogators at SEE, Lee, Benjamin, Bob, Matt, and four anonymous—and 821 other supporters.TopicsVoyager Space and Airbus create commercial space station joint venture - SpaceNewsESA to start commercial cargo program - SpaceNewsAirbus and Voyager sign agreement with ESA on Starlab commercial space station - SpaceNewsVirgin Galactic lays off staff as it focuses on next-generation suborbital vehicle - SpaceNewsVirgin Galactic to halt Unity suborbital flights by mid-2024 - SpaceNewsVirgin Galactic's president explains how VSS Unity is now flying frequently | Ars TechnicaThe ShowLike the show? Support the show!Email your thoughts, comments, and questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow @WeHaveMECOFollow @email@example.com on MastodonListen to MECO HeadlinesListen to Off-NominalJoin the Off-Nominal DiscordSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn or elsewhereSubscribe to the Main Engine Cut Off NewsletterArtwork photo by NASAWork with me and my design and development agency: Pine Works
In radio news, more radio groups report their third quarter revenue results. A major makeover hits Sirius Satellite radio. We have news on the street, and those October personal people meter ratings. Next Jennifer will come along with those call letter and format changes. This weeks featured segment is news from the ABC Radio Information Network from March, 29th 1969. Our classic aircheck takes us to Boston Ma, and radio station WRKO AM and we also travel to Los Angeles California and hear radio station KIQQ FM from 1983. Finally we travel to Oklahoma City and radio station KOKQ with their classic Rock format.
Nursing Sister Kathleen MacLeod was from Kinross, PEI, and she faced grave danger working in casualty clearing stations during the Second World War. Katherine Dewar tells her story. And on the phone-in: Who are you remembering this Remembrance Day? Our guests are Retired Lieutenant Colonel Gary Melville in NS and Retired Captain David Hughes in NB.
Its safe to say that many of our gardens are a little damp at the moment with a run of many wet months here in Ireland. When its like that the garden may not seem like an enticing place however there is still lots to be done and work done now will really set your garden up for success next spring and summer. Ever wondered how to guard your bird feeders from predators or attract a variety of birds with diverse food? Stick with us as we spill the secrets and share the importance of a water source for these feathered visitors. Other crucial November tasks we'll be covering include bulb planting, leaf mould creation and the art of taking hardwood cuttings. We'll also share how to prepare for the coming year with new beds and plantings. So, don't let the soggy season keep you away from your garden, join us and discover the joy of November gardening!The main November gardening Jobs to outline are Mulch & feed your soil. Mulching your beds and borders will feed the soil and ensure it is healthy and full of life for next spring. It protects the soil from leaching nutrients. It also locks in carbon, reduces compaction over the winter, prevents weeds and much more so it really is worth the effort. You can mulch with mature compost, well rotted farm yard manure, leaf mould etc. Create No dig beds! from November to the end of February is the perfect time to create no dig beds. Simply cover the ground with brown cardboard (removing all tapes, plastic etc) and altering 15cm/6" of compost on top and leave. These beds will be fully workable straight away so a really fast and easy way to create new beds. Take hardwood cutting. Late Autumn & Winter are perfect for taking hardwood cuttings many plants can be propagated this way including roses, hydrangeas, buddlejas, viburnum and many more. Take cuttings approx 9"to12" long cut below a leaf node and stick into a well drained soil or in a pot by late next spring rooted will have formed and you will have a new plant. Plant Tulips November is the best month to plant Tulips whether in containers or open ground planting in November gives the best results from this spring favourites. With all the leaves that are falling it is a perfect opportunity to make garden gold in the form of leaf mould. To make just gather leaves in a plastic bag fill seal and pierce some holes in it and leave it for 9-12 months then reveal some of the best growing media that you can use for your plants. Plant bareroot and rootballed trees, hedging plants, fruit trees and fruit bushes. From November to March is bareroot season and it is the perfect time to get planting bareroots. Plant over wintering onions and garlic for early harvest next spring. Set up a wild bird feeding station and enjoy hours of pleasure from watching our feathered friends. Remember to set up in areas where the birds feel safe from predators, provide multiple sources of food to attract diverse species of bird and provide water in the area also. If there is any topic you would like covered in future episodes, please let me know. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out Master My Garden on the following channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mastermygarden/ Instagram @Mastermygarden https://www.instagram.com/mastermygarden/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/tweetsbyMMG Until next week Happy gardening John Support the show
In this episode, we discuss the importance of cultivating silence and solitude in a world full of distractions. Our Lord speaks to us in the still small voice of our hearts and we talk about how the goal of silence is ultimately communion with God. We also chat about the difference between solitude versus isolation, reasons why we may be afraid of silence, and provide practical ways to cultivate silence in our daily lives. Jesus is the rest our souls yearn for and it is in the quiet where we meet Him most deeply. Heather's One Thing - International Justice Mission - IJM's mission is to protect people in poverty from violence by rescuing victims, bringing criminals to justice, restoring survivors to safety and strength, and helping local law enforcement build a safe future that lasts. Sister Miriam's One Thing - The Greatest Philosopher Who Ever Lived by Dr. Peter Kreeft Michelle's One Thing - Poco a Poco Podcast Announcement: We are so excited to announce our Advent book study will be: The Reed of God by Caryll Houselander You can find it on Amazon, Ave Maria Press, and Kindle (for just $1.99!). Your local Catholic bookstore may also carry the book! Click here to subscribe to the study on our website and be the first to receive updates! Journal Questions: What are the sources of interior and exterior noise in my life? What forms of silence is God inviting me to? Have I ever been wounded by silence? Have I ever been healed by silence? Do I approach silence with fear or trust? Discussion Questions: What is real solitude? What scares you most about silence? Who in your life practices silence excellently? What can you learn from her/him? What needs do you need to meet before you can enter into silence (childcare, rest, food, movement)? Quote to Ponder: “Without solitude, it is virtually impossible to live a spiritual life.... We do not take the spiritual life seriously if we do not set aside some time to be with God and listen to him.” (Henri Nouwen) Scripture for Lectio: He said, “Go out and stand on the mountain before the Lord, for the Lord is about to pass by.” Now there was a great wind, so strong that it was splitting mountains and breaking rocks in pieces before the Lord, but the Lord was not in the wind; and after the wind an earthquake, but the Lord was not in the earthquake; and after the earthquake a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire; and after the fire a sound of sheer silence. When Elijah heard it, he wrapped his face in his mantle and went out and stood at the entrance of the cave. (1 KIings 19:11-13) Sponsor - Saintly Heart and Brother Francis Saintly Heart is a family-owned Catholic Toy company in Phoenix, Arizona creating faith-based, educational toys carefully designed by Speech Pathologist Maggie Jetty. Brother Francis is an animated program created to teach kids the basic principles of the Catholic faith. Along with 22 episodes, there are also books, games, prayer cards and more available to teach kids about their faith. Saintly Heart and Brother Francis teamed up to offer parents an exceptional line of toys that encourage children to learn about their faith through hands-on exploration. Best-selling educational and faith-based toys include: A Church Playset, Stations of the Cross Pray and Play set, a Sacraments Puzzle, a Pray and Play ABC Puzzle, and a Fatima Lacing Set. Introduce children to the beauty of our faith while they are developing key cognitive, physical, and language skills with prayerfully and intentionally designed toys at www.saintlyheart.com and www.BrotherFrancis.com and use code TOGETHER for 15% off
Hunger for Wholeness: What Lies Beyond Death and Institutions with Matthew Fox with Matthew Fox (Part 2)Ilia Delio and theologian Matthew Fox pick up on their conversation about the viability of contemporary religious institutions in an evolutionary world. They discuss death and resurrection—the enduring challenge of modern approaches to the subject and what we can learn from mystics, past generations and ancient peoples alike.ABOUT MATTHEW FOX“We all share beauty. It strikes us indiscriminately… There is no end to beauty for the person who is aware. Even the cracks between the sidewalk contain geometric patterns of amazing beauty. If we take pictures of them and blow up the photographs, we realize we walk on beauty every day, even when things seem ugly around us.”Matthew Fox, Ph.D., is a spiritual theologian, an Episcopal priest, and an activist for gender justice and eco-justice. He has written 37 books that have been translated into other languages over 70 times. Among them are Original Blessing, The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, and A Spirituality Named Compassion. His latest books are Naming the Unnameable: 89 Wonderful and Useful Names for God…Including the Unnameable God; Stations of the Cosmic Christ; and The Lotus & the Rose: A Conversation Between Tibetan Buddhism & Mystical Christianity. He has contributed much to the rediscovery of Hildegard of Bingen, Meister Eckhart, and Thomas Aquinas as pre-modern mystics and prophets. Fox holds a doctorate in the history and theology of spirituality from the Institut Catholique de Paris. The founder of the University of Creation Spirituality in California, he conducts dozens of workshops each year and is a visiting scholar at the Academy for the Love of Learning.Support the showA huge thank you to all of you who subscribe and support our show! Support for A Hunger for Wholeness comes from the Fetzer Institute. Fetzer supports a movement of organizations who are applying spiritual solutions to society's toughest problems. Get involved at fetzer.org. Support 'Hunger for Wholeness' on Patreon as our team continues to develop content for listeners to dive deeper. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for episode releases and other updates.
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In radio news, Audacy gets delisted from the New York Stock Exchange. Cumulus reports their third quarter revenue results. Boston is morning the loss of a morning radio personallity. We have lots of news on the street, and we begin our look at the October Personal People Meter Ratings. This will be followed by those all important call letter and format changes. Next Bill will present a feature from radio station WWVA AM and a womens show hosted by jeanne Ham. Our classic aircheck takes us to Wheeling WV and Don Nelson from October of 1970, and we pay tribute to the late Kevin Carlson from WZLX FM from October 21st 2017. Finally our featured station takes us back to Burkley Springs WV and radio station WXTC FM with their classic hits format.
After 5 months of Saturn being Retrograde in Pisces, it is finally stationing direct. It's important to discuss what to do with this energy after it has passed. How to integrate the lessons and how to set firm boundaries in this area of our life. **GIVEAWAY** I am giving a gift certificate to any of my services for $125 and a second-place winner will receive a $60 gift certificate. The way to enter is by leaving a review for the podcast on iTunes or Spotify. Take a screenshot of the review and e-mail it to email@example.com. The winner will be announced on the podcast, Instagram, and TikTok. Catch my Blog on Substack -> https://substack.com/@lannahkayla Follow me on Instagram + TikTok --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wakethegoddess/support
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Episode six is with former CIA Deputy Director of Operations (DDO) Dave Marlowe. At the time of this recording, Dave had just given up the DDO reins and was preparing to retire after 32 years at CIA. During his career, which began in the Army during the Cold War, Dave served in some of CIA's most important roles including as the CIA Assistant Director for the Near East Mission Center, Chief of Station Kabul, Chief of one of CIA's largest Stations in Europe, and across positions in the Counterterrorism Center. We spoke about the future of human intelligence (HUMINT), leadership, bureaucracies, and the culture at CIA. UnderSimplified Home: https://www.undersimplified.org/UnderSimplified Music by: Arethusa StringsExclusive Sponsor 2430 Group: 2430Group.org****Ways to support this podcast****Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/undersimplifiedVenmo: @UnderSimplifiedPayPal: paypal.me/UnderSimplifiedGoFundMe: https://gofund.me/3d1b01b4UnderSimplified Home: https://www.undersimplified.org/UnderSimplified on Twitter: @undersimplifiedUnderSimplified on Instagram: undersimplified_podcast
Saturn stations direct at 0 degrees Pisces on November 4, which is a reset of the energies from March 2023 when Saturn first entered Pisces, bringing up what you are ready to do from a higher frequency this time around. Now there is a do-over, re-visit, and start again opportunity for integrating more energetic awareness into your physical world, responsibilities, and commitments. Saturn is a serious energy, requiring accountability and maturity in the Pisces areas of your chart into 2025. This is especially important for Empaths and Highly Sensitive People to take note of where you need to implement stronger boundaries, self-respect, and higher standards that may be requiring you to grow in new ways. Much more to share in this podcast episode. ~ New! 2024 Soul Growth Astrology Webinars ~ The major astrology of 2024 and how the energies will show up in your natal chart, including the 4 Mercury retrogrades, powerful Venus energy in June, 4 eclipse points, a Galactic Grand Trine, Sedna in Gemini, Pluto in Aquarius, Jupiter in Gemini, and more. Wow! Use code “2024” to get the full program for only $33 USD: https://www.mollymccord.online/2024-astrology .
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Hunger for Wholeness: What is Wholeness in the Midst of Crisis with Matthew Fox (Part 1)In the midst of increased violence between Israel and Palestine, Ilia Delio and theologian Matthew Fox discuss the state of the world today and how to have courage in Part 1 of their conversation. Ilia and Matt discuss his mentor, Marie Dominique Chenu, the influence of liberation theology on social justice in the church today, and what can still be learned.“We all share beauty. It strikes us indiscriminately… There is no end to beauty for the person who is aware. Even the cracks between the sidewalk contain geometric patterns of amazing beauty. If we take pictures of them and blow up the photographs, we realize we walk on beauty every day, even when things seem ugly around us.”ABOUT MATTHEW FOXMatthew Fox, Ph.D., is a spiritual theologian, an Episcopal priest, and an activist for gender justice and eco-justice. He has written 37 books that have been translated into other languages over 70 times. Among them are Original Blessing, The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, and A Spirituality Named Compassion. His latest books are Naming the Unnameable: 89 Wonderful and Useful Names for God…Including the Unnameable God; Stations of the Cosmic Christ; and The Lotus & the Rose: A Conversation Between Tibetan Buddhism & Mystical Christianity. He has contributed much to the rediscovery of Hildegard of Bingen, Meister Eckhart, and Thomas Aquinas as pre-modern mystics and prophets. Fox holds a doctorate in the history and theology of spirituality from the Institut Catholique de Paris. The founder of the University of Creation Spirituality in California, he conducts dozens of workshops each year and is a visiting scholar at the Academy for the Love of Learning.Support the showA huge thank you to all of you who subscribe and support our show! Support for A Hunger for Wholeness comes from the Fetzer Institute. Fetzer supports a movement of organizations who are applying spiritual solutions to society's toughest problems. Get involved at fetzer.org. Support 'Hunger for Wholeness' on Patreon as our team continues to develop content for listeners to dive deeper. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for episode releases and other updates.
In this week's forecast episode, we will be going over the moon moving through Gemini, Cancer, and Leo and the aspects it will make to other planets along the way. Also covered is the Sun-Jupiter opposition and Mercury-Uranus opposition, as well as Saturn ending its four-month long retrograde in Pisces. For in-depth monthly horoscopes and other astrology articles, subscribe to my Substack: alicebell.substack.com Follow me on Instagram for daily astro insights: @stalkalice Music is considered “royalty-free” and discovered on Story Blocks.Technical Podcast Support by Jon Keur at Wayfare Recording Co.© 2023 Alice Bell. All Rights Reserved.
The eclipse energy showed up big time last week! We'll talk about it and see how it might have shown up for you. As the Taurus Full Moon energy wanes down over the next two weeks, this week can feel like a slow burn thanks to "Astro Dad," Saturn, stationing direct on Saturday. Stay till the end of the episode for the first round of "Astro Q&A!" I received some great questions that you've likely also had about Astrology, the Moon, and the Zodiac Houses. Do you have a question you want to ask? Scroll down and send it my way!COSMIC BOOK CLUBInterested in a self-improvement/spiritual book club led by yours truly via Instagram Subscriptions? If we have enough people interested I'll get it set up and rolling in the next couple of weeks. Send me a message to let me know.Life's 3 Things - Author Manny Garcia's Podcast5-minute happiness advice, translated from history's greatest books and wisest sages.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the showFREE ASTROLOGY 101 CHEAT SHEETLearn the basics of Astrology plus how Planets, Zodiac Signs, and Houses work together with my cheat sheet! Get it here.A DAILY DOSE OF STARSLearn to amplify and trust your inner voice, get crystal clear about your path forward, and make informed steps toward fulfilling your purpose. The cosmic cherry on top? By learning when your best opportunity periods are, you'll confidently take actionable steps toward your goals with the full support of the cosmos behind you! Get more info here.BOOK A READINGLearn more about yourself, uncover your natural gifts, clarify your path, and reclaim your sense of direction and purpose. Read my Reading Menu here. *split pay and payment plans available*ASK A QUESTIONHave a burning, astro-inspired question? Ask me here!PULL YOUR BIRTH CHARTUse my free birth chart calculator to see what your unique birth chart looks like! Pull it here.FOLLOWInstagram + News...
Welcome to the Celestial Insights Podcast, the show that brings the stars down to Earth! Each week, astrologer, coach, and intuitive Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste will be your guide. Her website is astrologybyceleste.com.
Welcome to Episode 122 of our riveting podcast series, where we delve deep into the mysteries and stories that make London such an endlessly captivating city. Today, we turn our focus to something quite intriguing yet unsettling: the haunted underground stations of London's Tube network. These are not merely tales to entertain or amuse; they are accounts that have perplexed commuters, underground staff, and even seasoned researchers who've spent years delving into London's urban legends and folklore. If you've ever felt a cold shiver run down your spine as your train rolled into an eerily quiet station, or sensed an inexplicable presence while waiting on a deserted platform late at night, then this episode will certainly resonate with you. We'll be uncovering stories of apparitions and phantoms, exploring everything from the ghostly figures that roam the platforms to the spectral sounds that reverberate through the tunnels. So sit back, dim the lights if you dare, and join us as we venture into the hauntingly mysterious realm of London's underground. This is an episode that promises to be as enlightening as it is spine-tingling, giving you a whole new perspective on your daily commute. Stay tuned; you're in for an otherworldly journey. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/londonguidedwalks/message
The World Series begins tonight! And John Smoltz will be on the call! Enjoy the rare insight only a hall-of-famer can offer, as the boys look ahead to a most unexpected matchup in this year's Fall Classic. The Arizona Diamondbacks and the Texas Rangers begin the World Series this evening in Arlington! And you'll hear every inning on the Dickey Family of Stations.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Need a creative approach to your next short story? Or short story unit? (By the way, here are some fabulous classic and contemporary short stories if you need some). Stations can provide so many inroads, while allowing students to proceed at their own pace and based on their own interests. PLUS, they give you a chance to move around the room and help out individual students or small groups that need you. So today on the podcast, I want to share some creative options when it comes to short story stations. We'll talk about the fundamental elements that can help make stations a success (like clear tasks, resources, scaffolds, and models) as well as ideas specific to approaching the key elements of short stories. Could you use all these activities with short stories even if you WEREN'T doing stations? Sure, that's definitely an option too. But they would make excellent stations. Go Further: Explore alllll the Episodes of The Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast. Join our community, Creative High School English, on Facebook. Come hang out on Instagram. Enjoying the podcast? Please consider sharing it with a friend, snagging a screenshot to share on the ‘gram, or tapping those ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ to help others discover the show. Thank you!
Special Guest Host Fr. Matthew Spencer - Esmeralda - My cousin told me that her sister in law was having surgery so I told her to keep praying. What is the proper thing to tell her? Robin (email) – Is it appropriate for a Bishop to wear his mitre while wearing his street clothes at a conference? Claudia (30:16) - How do I get to a point of trusting Our Lord with His will? I am in remission from cancer right now. Jody (40:17) - How do you let go of the outcome of a situation? Bill - Why do we pray the Divine Mercy chaplet at 3pm instead of saying the Stations of the Cross?
Hosts Evan Cox and Chris Binning discuss awkward stories related to gas stations, experiences in their accompanying convenience stores, and the franchises they want to visit. Plus, Evan finds a reason to visit Arizona, Chris met a viral TikTok sensation, and they're both fascinated by strange mascots.
#BESTOF2023: UPON THE LAUNCH OF THE PSYCHE MISSION FOR 2029: 2/2: #HotelMars: Asteroid mining and Off Planet colonies and space stations. Daniel Suarez, David Livingston. https://www.amazon.com/Audible-Critical-Mass-A-Novel/dp/B09S5CCJMZ/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1681424533&sr=1-1-ef9bfdb7-b507-43a0-b887-27e2a8414df0 https://www.nytimes.com/2023/10/13/science/nasa-psyche-metal-asteroid-launch.html 1811 Greenwich
#BESTOF2023: UPON THE LAUNCH OF THE PSYCHE MISSION FOR 2029: 1/2: #HotelMars: Asteroid mining and Off Planet colonies and space stations. Daniel Suarez, David Livingston. https://www.amazon.com/Audible-Critical-Mass-A-Novel/dp/B09S5CCJMZ/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1681424533&sr=1-1-ef9bfdb7-b507-43a0-b887-27e2a8414df0 https://www.nytimes.com/2023/10/13/science/nasa-psyche-metal-asteroid-launch.html 2010
It seems like we largely take it for granted these days, but the fact that we have humans living in space is the realization of a scientific dream a century old. Visit the space stations orbiting Earth past, present and future in this classic episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.