Escribe: ALFA Y OMEGA.- LA REVELACIÓN PROMETIDA AL MUNDO, SE EXTENDERÁ POR EL MUNDO, SIN FORMAR RELIGIÓN NI IGLESIA ALGUNA; PORQUE LIBRE ALBEDRÍO TIENE LA FÉ; NADIE PIDIÓ AL PADRE, SER EXCLUSIVO EN LA FÉ; ES MÁS FÁCIL QUE ENTRE AL REINO DE LOS CIELOS, UNO QUE CULTIVÓ EL ESTUDIO DE LAS ESCRITURAS DEL PADRE, EN FORMA INDIVIDUAL, A UNO QUE LA CULTIVÓ POR RELIGIÓN; Y NO OBSTANTE, NO TUVO PROHIBICIÓN EN ELEGIR.- Sí hijito; la fé nunca debió ser de la exclusividad de nadie; las creencias no se monopolizan; porque todos son probados por el Padre en sus libres albedríos vivientes; esto significa que el Padre Jehova, se conmueve cuando se le busca y se le estudia por individualidad; escrito fué: El que busca encuentra; y el que busca es el individuo; el que busca es la humildad contenida en su interior; mientras más humilde fué la búsqueda del Padre, en la prueba de la vida, mayor es el premio; de verdad os digo, que toda búsqueda en los templos materiales, no agrada al Padre; porque se pasó por alto el divino Mandamiento que dice: No adorarás imágenes, ni templos ni semejanza alguna; todo el que hizo lo contrario, tiene un puntaje en contra; deben sumar todos los segundos transcurridos, en el tiempo en que estuvieron dentro de templos materiales; el Padre nó os quita el puntaje de adoración; por cada segundo de adoración, tenéis un puntito de luz; más, vosotros mismos os anuláis; por no respetar al pié de la letra, el contenido de las Escrituras del Padre; más os valdría no haber conocido los templos materiales; porque no tendríais puntos en contra; y más cerca estaríais del Reino de los Cielos; toda advertencia salida del divino Padre, tiene su porqué; toda forma de adoración material, salió del libre albedrío de los hombres; nó salió del Padre; el Padre no se alaba así mismo; porque es la mayor humildad del Universo; en el Padre están todas las virtudes en infinito grado de pureza; he aquí que toda forma de adoración material, es producto de espíritus atrasados; apegados aún a cierta materialidad; los espíritus más evolucionados, nó necesitan de adoración material; porque el concepto que tienen de la causa del Padre, sobrepasa los límites de la materia conocida; he aquí que en el pueblo mismo, están estos seres; y nó en los creadores de la roca religiosa; si estos espíritus hubiesen sido más evolucionados, nó habrían dividido al mundo, en tantas creencias; no habrían sembrado tanta confusión; hay un sólo Dios nomás; he aquí la tragedia de todos los que siguieron a los religiosos de este mundo; porque ninguno entrará al Reino de los Cielos; ninguno que conoció extraña creencia religiosa, verá la Gloria del Padre; las llamadas religiones son desconocidas en el Reino de los Cielos; como es desconocida toda filosofía que divida a los demás; de verdad os digo, que el libre albedrío humano, debió haber creado una creencia igualitaria; imitándo lo más posible, la psicología del Padre; el Padre os dijo: Todos son iguales delante de Dios… Continúa… Lea todo el Rollo en: https://www.alfayomega.com/rollos/revelacionpro/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alfayomega/message
The slide into spiritual disintegration doesn't happen overnight. It's a steady slide over time. Have you ever wondered how the priests and teachers of the law got so far off spiritually that they couldn't even see their Messiah, the Son of God, when He was standing right there in front of them? The spiritual decay of the priesthood went back centuries. Even as far back as the Book of Malachi, over 400 years before Jesus, the spiritual rot was already deep and widespread. And so, God had sent prophet after prophet to call them back to repentance, only to be ignored time and time again. So now, in His mercy, God sends Malachi to give them one final warning with language designed to shock them and call them back from the edge of spiritual decay and disaster. This sermon looks at the second half of the second dispute in the book of Malachi. It divides the discourse neatly into three sections: 1) The Curse The priests are in danger of losing their ministry. If they don't course correct, all the blessings they enjoy in ministry will be taken away, just like the offal that's taken away outside the city and cursed in the fire. Because there is nothing in their worship that is pleasing to the Lord. 2) The Covenant The priests have corrupted the essence of their calling. They neglected their walk with God. They distorted the teaching of the Word. They are calloused in their prayers of intercession. They corrupted the sacrificial offerings. The very heart of their priestly ministry was compromised. And now, like a prosecuting attorney, God will bring the charge. 3) The Charge The priests have led the people astray with platitudes. They told people what they wanted to hear, and in so doing, feared people more than they feared God. The priests thought they were being loving by sparing people's feelings with their sugar-coated half-truths. But it only led them away from God's life and peace, and there's ultimately nothing loving about that. And so, God said that He would make the priests despised and abased before all the people of Israel. Takeaway: We need the truth, the whole truth, and nothing by the truth…so help us God! The truth is, we owe God everything. He made us. He gave us life, breath, and everything else. We owe our all to Him. But we have failed to worship Him as we ought. We all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. We've all failed to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength. We've all failed to love our neighbor as ourselves. But God, in his great mercy, sent his Son Jesus. The bad news of our sin makes way for the good news of our salvation! Tough love gives us the bad news we'd prefer to ignore. Tender mercies give us the good news we find it hard to believe! Malach 2:1–9
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In this enlightening episode of The Sidewalk Talk podcast, your host Traci Ruble engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Eric Fitzmedrud, a prominent couple's therapist specializing in male sexuality. Their discussion delves into the complex world of male sexuality, consent, and the significance of emotional intelligence within relationships. Traci expresses her deep admiration for Dr. Fitz's work and the unique lens through which he views male sexuality, emphasizing his dedication to issues related to consent and patriarchy. One of the highlights of the episode is the exploration of Dr. Fitz's groundbreaking book published this week, "The Better Man: A Guide to Consent, Stronger Relationships, and Hotter Sex." Traci feels so strongly about the potential of this book to radically alter sex from a pressure tug-of-war between partners to something magical. Dr. Fitz underscores the importance of men reconnecting with their tender hearts and nurturing authentic relationships. He argues that this is key to unlocking their true power and satisfaction. The conversation takes an intriguing turn as they discuss the potential conflict between tenderness and sexiness. Dr. Fitz illuminates how embracing tenderness can create safety within relationships and enhance intense sexual experiences. Episode Timeline [00:09] Intro [0:58] Meet Dr. Eric Fitzmedrud aka “Dr. Fitz” [7:33] Men's power comes from their tenderheartedness [9:04] Different erotic styles. [11:37] Consent leads to more pleasure [18:08] Gender essentialism and what transmen can teach all men about sexual pleasure. [23:51] How sexual shame shows up. [32:04] How to liberate men from patriarchy? [37:51] Dr. Fitz's message to Sidewalk Talk listeners [39:50] Outro Resources Mentioned The Better Man: A Guide to Consent, Stronger Relationships, and Hotter Sex (Book) Standout Quotes “...our love, our capacity to connect, our capacity to be in genuine, authentic relationship, is where our deepest power comes from - men or people of any gender.” (Dr. Fitz) “Consent culture can take place in the therapist's office or the boardroom or anywhere we meet and connect with each other.” (Dr. Fitz) “We get caught in these conflicting messages with very few messages that confirm for us the innate essence of goodness in us, that our sexuality is good, that our desire and capacity for love is real and needed in the world.” (Dr. Fitz) “...a penis being hard ejaculating the way that you think it ought to or somebody's told you it ought to, isn't essential to being a man. It isn't essential to being a good lover, because that trans man over there can be a good lover too.” (Dr. Fitz) “...if we don't attend to the flowing water of sexuality, it's still flowing. And if we don't attend to where it's going, it will continue filling up whatever reservoir we've bottled it up into until it will overflow our boundaries and it will feel out of control for us.” (Dr. Fitz) Find | Sidewalk Talk At sidewalk-talk.org On Instagram: @sidewalktalkorg On Twitter: @sidewalktalkorg Find | Traci Ruble At Traciruble.com On Instagram: @TraciRubleMFT On Twitter: @TraciRubleMFT On Facebook: @TraciRubleMFT Find | Dr. Eric Fitzmedrud At www.drericfitz.com On Instagram: @drericfitz On Facebook: @drericfitz On TikTok: @drericfitz On LinkedIn: @drericfitz On Twitter: @drericfitz
25 North presents Dubious Knowledge! The show for Golarion lore nerds by Golarion lore nerds.Cori and Jason welcome Tyler from MNmaxed to discuss The Song of the Spheres, The Great Dreamer, Starsong, The Tender of Dreams, Lady Luck, Resplendent Goddess of Fortune, Goddess of the North Star, Queen of the North Star, Mother Moon, The Wandering Star... Desna! Music: "Heaven and Hell" by Jeremy Blake "Serenity" by FesliyanStudios.comThanks for listening! You can find us on Twitter @25northpodcastYou can join our Discord community with this invite code "beNzEN8JjY"You can send us an email at email@example.com if you wish
AARON STOFFER ON GETTING PERFECTLY DONE RIBS, PLUS "A TON OF SECRETS"Aaron Stoffer of THE REAL Man Meat BBQ is gaining a name for himself, not only as a competitor on the BBQ circuit, but for his line of rubs and sauces as well. Aaron wanted to talk about how to get perfectly done ribs every time, and as Todd said in the show, “He's giving away a ton of secrets!”www.bbqradionetwork.com www.holsteinmfg.com
In this episode of the Enneagram and Coffee podcast, host Sarajane Case opens up about her personal experience with grief and loss. She discusses supporting her partner, Oby, through the recent passing of his grandmother while also dealing with her own emotions surrounding the loss of a dear friend. Sarajane emphasizes the importance of being gentle with each other during times of grief and allowing space for emotions. - Thank you to this week's podcast sponsor: “Get started with EveryPlate for just $1.49 per meal by going to www.EveryPlate.com/podcast and entering code egram49.” Notion Templates here - www.sarajanecase.com/shop Enneagram Coffee here - https://www.summitcoffee.com/sarajanecasestore Call/text your enneagram questions to (828) 338-9127 Grab a copy of my books at www.thehonestenneagram.com & www.theenneagramletters.com Check out my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/sarajanecase Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Notes and Links to VV Ganeshananthan's Work For Episode 203, Pete welcomes VV Ganeshananthan, and the two discuss, among other topics, her early reading and writing and the ways in which Tamil has influenced her English writing, formative and transformative writing and writers, the ways in which her podcasting influences her writing and vice versa, the writing that resonates with her college students, and the towering achievement that is Brotherless Night-background and seeds for the book, cultural subtleties and nuances featured in the book, the complicated ways in which various groups interacted in the Sri Lankan conflicts, writing tenderness into such darkness, and the ways in which the storyline affected VV emotionally. V. V. Ganeshananthan (she/her) is the author of the novels Brotherless Night, a New York Times Editors' Choice, and Love Marriage, which was longlisted for the Women's Prize and named one of the best books of the year by The Washington Post. Her work has appeared in Granta, The New York Times, and The Best American Nonrequired Reading, among other publications. A former vice president of the South Asian Journalists Association, she has also served on the board of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, and is presently a member of the boards of the American Institute for Sri Lankan Studies and the Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop. The National Endowment for the Arts, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, Yaddo, MacDowell, and the American Academy in Berlin have awarded her fellowships. She has served as visiting faculty at the Helen Zell Writers' Program at the University of Michigan and at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and now teaches in the MFA program at the University of Minnesota, where she is a McKnight Presidential Fellow and associate professor of English. She co-hosts the Fiction/Non/Fiction podcast on Literary Hub, which is about the intersection of literature and the news. VV's Website Buy Brotherless Night "Terrorist to Whom"-New York Times Review of Brotherless Night Listen to the fiction/non/fiction Podcast At about 3:00, VV discusses her busy and productive schedule At about 4:00, VV responds to Pete wondering about her early relationship with language At about 5:20, VV reflects on Brotherless Night bering referred to as having a Tamil feel, and expands on how the language of Tamil may figure in to her English At about 8:15, VV speaks about early reading and literary influences At about 10:30, Pete gives a pop spelling quiz At about 11:15, VV discusses formative writers and works that put her on the path to becoming a writer, as well as an unforgettable visit from Gregory Maguire At about 14:00, VV talks about the secret clubs she wasn't (allegedly) part of at Harvard At about 15:15, VV outlines the ethic and style of the podcast she cohosts with Whitney Terrell At about 17:30, VV talks about the writers and writing that resonates with her college students, including the work of Carmen Maria Machado and Yiyun Li At about 19:45, VV responds to Pete's question about working on Brotherless Night for 20 years (?!), and she shares seeds for the book, including a class with Ethan Canin At about 22:30, VV describes the emotional impact the book had on her At about 24:00, Pete runneth over with compliments for the novel At about 24:55, Pete speaks on the book's Prologue and highlights meaningful lines at the beginning At about 26:15-29:45, Pete wonders about the usage of only an initial for a main character, K, and VV gives some insight At about 29:45, VV describes the ways in which Sasha looks at K At about 32:15, The two discuss the town of Jaffna and ist makeup and early scenes involving a pivotal political rally At about 34:20, VV gives background on Jaffna, how political Sashi's family was and why she decided to set the novel there At about 37:30, VV responds to Pete's questions about how much colonialism's shadow and aftereffects play in to the book's events and traumas At about 39:40, VV speaks about Indian forces and their role in the Sri Lanka At about 41:00, VV reflects on the ways in which she was prompted to include rare, but meaningful, direct address in the book At about 46:30, Pete tiptoes around plot spoilers while he and VV discuss a pivotal death in the book and the resulting action, or lack thereof, by Sashi's father At about 49:00, The two discuss aftereffects of the pivotal death and ideas of empathy, sympathy, and judgment for the actions of those involved in the conflicts At about 50:35, VV responds to Pete's questions about the ways in which she presented a multifaceted view of the complicated conflict in Sri Lanka At about 54:15, Pete remarks on the book's tenderness in the midst At about 55:55, Pete cites a right-on blurb from Brit Bennett At about 56:10, VV shouts out Magers & Quinn as one of many places to buy the book At about 57:10, VV shares future exciting projects and shouts out Julie Schumacher and Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfield You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch this and other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode. Sign up now for The Chills at Will Podcast Patreon: it can be found at patreon.com/chillsatwillpodcastpeterriehl Check out the page that describes the benefits of a Patreon membership, including cool swag and bonus episodes. Thanks in advance for supporting my one-man show, my DIY podcast and my extensive reading, research, editing, and promoting to keep this independent podcast pumping out high-quality content! NEW MERCH! You can browse and buy here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChillsatWillPodcast This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com. Please tune in for Episode 204 with Kara HL Chen. Kara has undergraduate degrees in English and economics, a J.D., and a MFA in fiction. Love and Resistance, published in July 2023, is her YA debut. The episode will air on September 19.
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Greetings all! Welcome back to another installment of the pod. This week, we discuss having kids young in life.... Leaves starting to change. Fall is here soon. Weather change talk. Dating women that work in the service field. Fellas, would you do it? We know the ladies wouldn't lol. Common sense. How common is it? Thugging for meals... Desmond gets into how women and men eat for free. And much more! Tune in! Follow us on IG: @thenourishmentpodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Patreon.com/thenourishmentpodcast Peace & Blessings.
I've been feeling very tender-hearted recently, and so have many people I've spoken with. I thought I'd make this episode speaking directly to your heart from mine. If you're feeling like things are really hard and challenging right now, take a moment to drop in with me. I love you. You're not alone. We can do this together. . I'd love for this to be collaborative so send me a message with your questions, comments and feedback! I'd love to hear from you! If you want to learn more about coaching with me, my classes, or the events I host, check out my website at www.elizabethanncunningham.com . Take care, talk soon and keep loving. . LOVElizabeth --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loveandlifepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loveandlifepodcast/support
Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast.Subscribe to the newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Tough and Tender Storytelling.Sponsor:- Spotify x PatreonLinks mentioned in this episode:Email ArielleLinda's Tough Love PodcastSimon Kent FungLast week's podcast picksSpotlightFiction Podcast Pairing from RealmThe Alarmist from PTNDrapetomaniax: Unshackled HistoryStephen KamugasaBUILD Grant from BroccoliSeason 4 of BlowbackEarBuds blog postsPodnewsHere are this week's podcast picks:Tough LovePeople Who Knew MeHidden SignalThe New Yorker Fiction PodcastPrivate AffairsFind the list here_____Apply to have your podcast spotlitSubmit to our Community sectionCurate a listFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Facebook at EarBuds Podcast CollectiveFollow us on InstagramWebsite__________CREDITS:Written by Devon DiComoWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattEngineered by Daniel TureckThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4331067/advertisement
Today, we're pulling one of our best episodes from the vaults, featuring the brilliant Kathryn Mannix. Recommend this show by sharing the link: pod.link/2Pages What makes you uncomfortable? And, how do you hold yourself when you're in that space? Some years ago, I noticed that a pair of leather shoes I was wearing was badly creased across the top of the right shoe. A friend of mine pointed out the problem - when I get nervous in a group, I sit on the edge of my seat and jiggle my right leg. When I do this, I'm on my toes, and I crease the leather, damaging the shoe. If being in a group makes me nervous, what's it like to sit with death? Dr. Kathryn Mannix is a woman who has spent her life being in the presence of death. Not only that, but doing it with grace, tenderness, humor, and kindness. Get book links and resources at https://www.mbs.works/2-pages-podcast/ Katheryn reads two pages from ‘Gratitude' by Oliver Sacks. [reading begins at 17:45] Hear us discuss: “The most important skill at the bedside of dying people is knowing how to be.” [10:30] | The preciousness of being alive. [22:56] | The importance of listening in living an essential life: “I've got nothing, but I'm here.” [25:44] | What a tender conversation calls for. [29:23] | “Stories are the way we understand everything.” [33:16] | The lost value of silence. [42:46]
Today on Uncuffed Monday with former police officer now comedian Jay Derrell and former cop Eric Tansey, Trumps mugshot has become a logo for his campaign?! A young High school student was not allowed to drive his truck on campus with the American flag flying from it, a book solves a crime, and Tender for teens is full of predators ? All this and more on today's Failure to Stop Uncuffed Monday. https://www.Ghostbed.com/wolfpack | Code: Wolfpack https://www.factor75.com for Factor Meals | Promo Code: Wolfpack50 - 50% off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
(00:00) Fred Toucher, Jon Wallach and Ryan Johnston are here and present on this partly sunny Thursday. Fred is scheduled to play in a 27-hole tournament tomorrow morning (pending weather). (21:24) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Wander Franco might never play in the MLB again. Who owns the Tampa Bay Rays? Plus, The Red Sox lose to the Nationals, 6-2 and “Barth-tender” revisited. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH: Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @KenGriffeyrules Instagram: @toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Facebook: Toucher & Rich Twitch: TheSportsHub Visit the Toucher & Rich page on 985thesportshub.com. Follow Boston's home for sports on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!
Hour 3 of A&G features... Zuck calls-out Elon... Trump in jail???... Portland gives up on trees... LA's mall robberies... Joe's variety of headlines! Stupid Should Hurt: https://www.armstrongandgetty.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jacke and Mike take a look at the stormy Fitzgerald marriage and F. Scott Fitzgerald's fourth novel, Tender Is the Night, which many consider to be his masterpiece. (Yes, even better than Gatsby!) Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/donate. The History of Literature Podcast is a member of Lit Hub Radio and the Podglomerate Network. Learn more at www.thepodglomerate.com/historyofliterature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's episode of The Diet Obsessed Podcast, I have my regular segments where I discuss my mental health, anti-aging antics, healthy habits of the week, tasty treats of the week and MANY diet culture media moments, including the tik tok where Heather Dubrow from The Real Housewives of Orange County, eats a chicken tender for the first time in her life and other housewives who seem to be lying about taking semaglutide shots like Ozempic.I then review Part 2 of The Pusuit of Wellness Podcast, where host Mari Lewellyn interviewed guest Dr. Paul Saladino. I wanted to do this specific Part 2, because after doing more research into Dr. Paul and listening to his extreme notions on nutrition, I wanted to give another credible opinion and found another PHD, named Layne Norton, who "debunked" a lot of the science Dr. Paul spoke of. If these topics interest you, please follow the Diet Obsessed Podcast and subscribe to Craving More Premium Content: https://linktr.ee/thedietobsessedpodcastFollow on Instagram @thedietobsessedpodcast and check out my website and favorite health products at: https://www.thedietobsessed.com/Finally, please leave a review and rating wherever you listen to podcasts. Become a VIP member and get those cravings satisfied here: https://plus.acast.com/s/the-diet-obsessed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Meet Carl - He is grieving the loss of his wife. His world is changing around him and he is anchored in his past. Enter Russell. A lovingly-relentless child who helps Carl see that there is more to life than memories. The memories are part and parcel of who Carl is and how he should be living his life today. This is an animated classic that hits closer to home the older you get! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-skopak/support
Bindu Poroori is a Chicago-based writer, musician, political organizer, curator and non-profit worker. In writing about her family and sharing her story as an Indian immigrant, Poroori hopes to give others who may relate something to identify with. While reflecting on social justice, community, and her role in community programming and curating creative events, Bindu gives insight on what motivates her. This is what her Chicago sounds like. This segment of “This Is What Chicago Sounds Like,” ws produced by Ari Mejia.
Sometimes, life presents us with opportunities to make a difference, to change a life, and to bring joy to those who need it most. We were fortunate to have one such opportunity when we met Thomas LoBianco and Aurora Lewis from the outstanding organization, Tender Care. Tender Care, located in the Lake Park area, is more than just a facility; it's a haven for children with special medical needs, offering skilled nursing care, therapies, and even transportation. Thomas shares a touching personal story of adopting two girls he previously cared for at Tender Care and the remarkable difference made by the early interventions provided by the organization on their development. Support the show
We discuss the new issue (https://the-american-poetry-review.myshopify.com/collections/issues/products/vol-52-no-4-jul-aug-2023), of course, and: * Readings from Justin Rigamonti and Nomi Stone (https://aprweb.org/poems/doing-messages) * A Tyehimba Jess (https://www.tyehimbajess.net/) reading and other memorable readings – what makes a reading memorable? * Some summer poems like: Ada Limón's “Sundown All The Damage Done” (https://aprweb.org/poems/sundown-and-all-the-damage-done) * “Mock Orange” by Louise Glück (https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/49601/mock-orange) * “Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota” by James Wright (https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/47734/lying-in-a-hammock-at-william-duffys-farm-in-pine-island-minnesota) * Recommendations including: Big Swiss (https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/big-swiss-jen-beagin/1141291765?ean=9781982153083) by Jen Beagin, Janelle Monae's new one The Age of Pleasure (https://open.spotify.com/album/3440hCSfwYXxJcbQ0j3jAJ), Tender is the Flesh (https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/tender-is-the-flesh-agustina-bazterrica/1135277372)by Agustina Bazterrica, and translations by Jennifer Grotz (https://www.jennifergrotz.com/)
Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! This week Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Tender for Sale, Trial of Style, Trading Post Tier, Hotfixes and everything going on around Azeroth and The Dragon Isles! Episode #590: Tender Topics! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event - Arena Skirmish Bonus Event 10.1 World Boss - The Zaqali Elders 415 ilvl Loot World Boss - Basrikron, the Shale Wing, Earth Proto-Dragon in Waking Shores 395 ilvl Loot Mythic + Affixes Tyrannical Incorporeal Spiteful PvP Brawl - Classic Ashran PvP Quests - Random BGs, Rated BGs Upcoming: Trial of Style - August 1st to 7th The Trial of Style Has Begun: Get Out There and Strut your Stuff Wrap Up the Summer with the August Trading Post New Class Sets Coming to the Trading Post! Enhance Your Style with Two New Transmog Sets! Classic Hardcore Realms Open August 24! Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!
The podcast is back! The podcast crew talks about how kids train during the summer. Each member of the team has their favorite activities. From spin class to beach runs. We all have our picks. The ice is melting at the barns around the summer. Some rinks are holding up better than others. Fantasy tender is the name of the game to end the show. Where would you like your kid to get a tender from?
That sandwich hurt me, i am officially in the 9 club, i forgot a skaters name once, the rock is carrying guns again, jenkem interview was good but i still deserve to be a commentator, nark normand comedy was ok, the tutor was ehh, ai voice is neat but what's next, carna asada night yay #podcast
I'm rolling solo this week. It's time to wrap up the month and talk about being "tender". We're ending the month strong and standing courageously in our power. We know what we need and it's time to ask for it. Let's talk about it. References from the episode:Agridulce by Dhayana Alejandrina: https://dhayana-alejandrina.square.site/CoolUrbanHippie IG: https://www.instagram.com/coolurbanhippie/?hl=enAlex Elle: https://www.alexelle.com/aboutThe Well Done Life Podcast Information: Last Week's Episode:https://www.buzzsprout.com/851650/13249142-the-road-to-rooted-is-bittersweet.mp3?download=trueInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pamelaldavis/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewelldonelifepodcast/Email: email@example.com
We need more pastors with both theological backbones of steel and compassionate hearts of warmth. In short, we need more pastors like our Lord Jesus Christ.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3279340/advertisement
Justin and Adam chat again about butchering and cooking by specific cuts. In this episode they dive deep into the Mock Tender and the Flat Iron Steak, touching base on techniques, nuances, and recipes for these two delicious front shoulder cuts. - Leave a Review of the Podcast - Buy our Small Batch Wild Fish and Game Seasonings - Join our Field to Fork Wild Pig Camp Recipes: Justin's Chimichurri recipe Venison Saag Gosht Gochujang Steak and Broccoli Grilled Venison Steak and Peach Salad Venison Ragu sub mock tender for the shank Show Notes: Spicy Fried Whole Trout Foraging Jams and Jellies Syrups The Flat Iron Steak The origins of the flat iron It is a newer cut Applebees popularized One of the most tender cuts in the shoulder Mock Tender is not tender How to remove each cut A boning knife can do everything Leave the blade roast intact The front shoulders have better-flavored cuts Keep steak cool before cooking so as not to overcook Mock tender for braise of sous vide Velveting technique Meat grains Letting rest longer Braising Justin's chimichurri recipe Venison Saag Gosht Gochujang Steak and Broccoli Grilled Venison Steak and Peach Salad Venison Ragu sub mock tender for the shank Tacos!! Deer Taco Shirt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's here! Welcome to the first episode of Material Girls, a scholarly podcast about pop culture co-hosted by Hannah McGregor and Marcelle Kosman. This show aims to make sense of the zeitgeist through materialist critique* and critical theory! Each episode looks at a unique object of study (something popular now or from back in the day) and over the course of three distinct segments, Hannah and Marcelle apply their academic expertise to the topic at hand. In this pilot episode, Marcelle leads us through a discussion of Prince Harry's memoir, Spare, and a mini lecture on tender masculinity. She pulls on theory from bell hooks, Robert Morrell, Chris Haywood and Thomas Johansson (among others) and ultimately makes a claim that Hannah dutifully picks apart — in a totally academic, non-bullying way!!! We'll be back in two weeks for another episode, but until then, be sure to check out all the bonus content we have on our Patreon at Patreon.com/ohwitchplease. You can learn more about the show at ohwitchplease.ca and on our instagram at instagram.com/ohwitchplease!*Materialist Critique is, at its simplest possible level, a form of cultural critique – that is, scholarly engagement with a cultural text of some kind – that is interested in modes of production, moments of reception, and the historical and ideological contexts for both. Materialist critique is really interested in the question of why a particular cultural work or practice emerged at a particular moment. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
En 6AM Hoy por Hoy de Caracol Radio estuvo el ministro de Interior, luis Fernando Velasco, hablando sobre la nueva instalación del Congreso y lo que se prevé de cara a esta legislatura.
Book Talk starts at 23:51 Recorded Friday, July 14, 2023 Our annual Mother Bear KAL began June 1, 2023, but any bears you have knit or crocheted in 2023 are eligible as entries for prizes. To find out all about this wonderful charity, please go to Mother Bear Project website. Talk bears with us in the Mother Bear Chatter thread and post your finished bears in the FOs thread. We have a listener who has come up with 3 incentive prizes for increasing your bear count! For more info, please check out the Mother Bear Incentive Prizes thread. Virtual Knitting Group via ZoomEvents Tracie and Barb will be at: Lambtown - October 7-8, 2023 at the Dixon May Fairgrounds in Dixon, CA The TKGA Retreat 2023 - November 2-5, 2023 at the Hilton Charlotte University Place Hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina KNITTING Tracie finished: Rift by Jacqueline Cieslak in Juniper Moon Farms Zooey in Rigging Mother Bears 311, 312 and 313 Barb finished Mother Bears 275, 276 & 277 Rock It Tee by Tanis Lavalee, using Anzula Breeze lace in the Fern and Gravity colorways WYS Vanilla Socks, using West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4-Ply Self Striping in the Peacock colorway Tracie cast on: Lightweight Raglan Pullover by Purl Soho in Leading Men Fiber Arts Show Stopper in Shantay, You Stay! She continues to work 0n: Rock It Tee by Tanis Lavallee in Alchemy: Yarns of Transformation Silken Straw in 7 different color ways Socks in Tosh Merino Light Glitter in T'Challa colorway Barb is working on: Razzle Dazzle Scarf in Leading Men Fiber Arts Show Stopper Gradient Set in the Razzle Dazzle #22 colorway 6600K (Striped Hoodie) by Barry Klein, using 4 colors of Lana Grossa Ecopuna Degradé6600K (Striped Hoodie) by Barry Klein, using 4 colors of Lana Grossa Ecopuno Degrade Mother Bear 278 Carley by Elizabeth Smith Knits, using Berroco Remix in the Mist colorway Hungry Horse Hat by Aimee Alexander using Polka Dot Sheep Stumptown DK in the Aurora, Depths, Juneberry color ways BOOKS Tracie finished: Dannemora: Two Escaped Killers, Three Weeks of Terror, and the Largest Manhunt Ever in New York State by Charles A. Gardner - 4 stars Curse of the Spellmans (The Spellmans #2) by Lisa Lutz - 3 stars French Braid by Anne Tyler - 4 stars Hey, Hun: Sales, Sisterhood, Supremacy, and the Other Lies Behind Multilevel Marketing by Emily Lynn Paulson - 5 stars Love Me or Else: The True Story of a Devoted Pastor, a Fatal Jealousy, and the Murder that Rocked a Small Town by Colin McEvoy and Lynn Olanoff - 4 1/2 stars After Everything You Did by Stephanie Sowden - 2 stars Barb read: The Disappearing Act by Catherine Steadman - 4 stars Never Coming Home by Hannah Mary McKinnon - 4 stars Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six by Lisa Unger - 3 stars Tender at the Bone: Growing Up at the Table by Ruth Reichl - 4.5 stars Arctic Homestead: the True Story of One Family's Survival and Courage in the Alaskan Wilds by Norma Cobb It's One of Us by J.T. Ellison - 4.5 stars
It's the She-Woman Man Haters Club!!! This week, the Jokes On You Gworls are discussing life's most important skill: How to know when a man HATES YOU. From phantom b*tches lurking in the darkness to Keke BD & DDG, the girls get to it all. Talley's ceiling is collapsing, Mel has a decade old Valentine's gift floating in the ether, and Y'ALL KNOW DAMN WELL USHER DON'T WANT THEM YOUNG GIRLS.
The chamber pop duo known as Gracie and Rachel have always had a kind of yin and yang quality to them: Gracie Coates, the pop songwriter at the piano; Rachel Ruggles, the classically trained violinist. "Blending baroque elements, ethereal soundscapes, and penetrating vulnerability, the duo creates an emotionally haunting sound" with an electric energy, (Righteous Babe Records.) The high school friends from Berkeley, California were operating out of Brooklyn, where the duo made its reputation, but Gracie has moved to upstate New York. Rather than signaling an end, though, Gracie's move has spawned a new collection of songs, called Nowhere Now Here, which focuses on the continued connection between the two. Gracie and Rachel play some of these new songs, in-studio. Gracie and Rachel play at Public Records on July 21. Set list: "Middle Ground", "Sidelines", "Call Away" Watch "Middle Ground": Watch "Sidelines": Watch "Call Away":
Zach gets lost at a mall. David writes his first music review and tears an artist's set to pieces. The venue ends up firing her, so David gets her a set at the PPAD. She insists that David play her encore with her, during which Val and Noah are arrested. Turns out Val has been running an illegal sports betting operation at the PPAD. Brandon has to come clean to Steve about his affair with Emma, and before Kelly learns the truth her friends allow her to think that Steve is cheating on Carly. Unfortunately for everyone involved, she finally finds out the truth from Emma andReady to shop better hydration, use our special code 90210 to save 20% off anything you order.Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @backtopodcastEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgLeave us a review on iTunes for a special shout-out at the end of the episode!
Today's show: Wilson Sonsini Partner Becki DeGraw joins Jason to kick off another series of Startup Legal Basics! In this episode, they break down secondary market transactions, including the evolution of secondaries (00:50), trends in the industry (3:16), critical aspects of Qualified Small Business (QSBS) stock(20:06), and much more! * Time stamps: (00:00) Wilson Sonsini Partner Becki Degraw joins Jason (00:50) The increased use of secondary markets (3:16) How companies staying private longer influenced the rise in secondaries (4:25) Determining how much founders should be allowed to sell (6:21) Spending more than a company is worth (9:26) The Pari-Passu concept explained and how it applies to early investors, founders, and employees (10:38) Who gets to sell pre-IPO (12:44) Off the cap table transactions and hypothetical scenarios (18:26) Tender offers and the NASDAQ secondary market (20:06) The critical aspects of qualified small business (QSBS) stock * Check Out Wilson Sonsini: https://www.wsgr.com/en/ * Read LAUNCH Fund 4 Deal Memo: https://www.launch.co/four Apply for Funding: https://www.launch.co/apply Buy ANGEL: https://www.angelthebook.com Great recent interviews: Steve Huffman, Brian Chesky, Aaron Levie, Sophia Amoruso, Reid Hoffman, Frank Slootman, Billy McFarland, PrayingForExits, Jenny Lefcourt Check out Jason's suite of newsletters: https://substack.com/@calacanis * Follow Jason: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jason Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasoncalacanis * Follow TWiST: Substack: https://twistartups.substack.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/TWiStartups YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thisweekin * Subscribe to the Founder University Podcast: https://www.founder.university/podcast
In this brand new Keto Kamp Podcast episode, we'll talk about weight loss resistance and what's causing it. We'll discuss the effects of toxins and cell inflammation on your metabolic rate and how to overcome it. If you're struggling to lose weight and you've tried every diet, exercise program and weight loss supplement out there, then this video is for you. We'll discuss the reasons why you can't lose weight no matter what you do, and we'll provide you with the tools you need to overcome weight loss resistance. Join my 90 day heavy metals detox program (9 SPOTS LEFT: http://www.ketokampdetox.com What you'll get: 4 (60 minute) Zoom video calls with Ben Azadi ($6,000 Retail) Prep Phase Detox Box: $190.50 Body Phase Detox Box: $116.70 Brain Phase Detox Box: $211.97 (2) CytoDetox Bottle: $169.94 3 At-Home Inflammation Testing Kits: ($297+) Total Retail Value: $8,891 - ALL DETOX SUPPLEMENTS & TESTING KITS ARE INCLUDED WITH THE PRICE OF THIS PROGRAM Join my 90 day heavy metals detox program (9 SPOTS LEFT: http://www.ketokampdetox.com In this life-changing episode, you'll discover why you can't lose weight no matter what you do. I will explain what weight loss resistance is, and the number one cause of weight gain. Environmental toxins are the number one cause of weight gain. Here are several studies showing the relationship between toxicity and weight gain / obesity: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4364843/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3279464/ https://www.endocrine.org/topics/edc/what-edcs-are/common-edcs/metabolic https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23221922/ Toxicity is a Generational Epidemic The Environmental Working Group (EWG) examined the cord blood of newborns and found… They began life exposed to as many as 287 of the 413 toxic chemicals in the study 180 chemicals found are known to cause cancer Cancer rates in children have risen 67.1% since 1950. According to the Columbia University School of Public Health: “95% of cancer is caused by diet and the environment”. https://www.ewg.org/research/body-burden-pollution-newborns/detailed-findings#:~:targetT https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2515569/ The mercury generation Were you exposed to this? Silver amalgam fillings Contact lenses Flu shots Vaccinations The DRASCH study. Gustav Drasch, the medical jurist and professor of toxicology at the University of Munich, has carried out new and impressive studies which show that… the amount of mercury in aborted embryos and dead infants corresponds to the number of amalgam fillings present in mom. HUGH FUDENBURG, MD - the world's leading immunologist and 13th most quoted biologist of our time, with nearly 850 papers in peer review journals: “If an individual has had 5 consecutive flu shots between 1970 - 1980 (the years of the study) his/her chance of developing Alzheimer's Disease is 10 times greater than if they had one, two, or no vaccinations”. When ask why, he said the gradual mercury and aluminum build up in the brain Common Symptoms of Mercury: Depression Mild fatigue Anxiety Forgetfulness Eyelid, face, or muscle twitching Digestive issues Constipation and or diarrhea Frequent bad breath Constant body odor Dizziness Irritability Sensitivity to sound Inability to concentrate (Brain Fog) Abnormal menses Low body temperature Cold hands and feet Tender teeth Tinnitus (Ringing in the ears) Insomnia Metallic taste in the mouth Nail fungus Unexplained Anger Autoimmune response Glyphosate makes this all worse. According to Stephanie Seneff, glyphosate drives these heavy metals deeper inside the tissues. True Cellular Detox is the solution. If you want to get well, you have to detox the cell. Join my 90 day detox program (9 SPOTS LEFT: http://www.ketokampdetox.com // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸clubhouse | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
Casey and Danielle are over the moon to talk with their lord and savior Andrew Cohen, in front of a live audience, about his new book The Daddy Diaries. They get down to to some of the nittiest of gritties with him as he answers questions like "which housewife is the biggest leaker?" and "Is there something "Tender" going on with him and Anderson?" and "Which Vanderpump cast member he would F, Marry or Kill?" All that, plus some of his VPR reunion thoughts and whether Teresa and/or Melissa are coming back next season...it's a doozy. And of course, go to caseyanddaniellesgarbageworld.com to see our new home after June 2! More links and info in our instagrams @caseyrosewilson and @daniellecarolineschneiderWith thanks to the recording team at the Live Talks Los Angeles event at Aratani Theatre in downtown Los Angeles