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The Bittersweet Life
Bittersweet Moment #131: Perfect Pitch (with Evan Doty and Dana Zahler)

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 15:29


Imagine you hear a note—any note—from a ding in an elevator to the whistle of a bird, and somehow, without even having to thing about it, you just know what note it is. F-sharp. B-flat. Middle C. It's just there, as easy as it would be for the rest of us to recognize a color. This phenomenon is a gift shared by very few people on the earth, and one of them is Katy's nephew Evan. He didn't have to study. He didn't have to train his ear. He didn't acquire this ability after years of piano lessons. It was always with him. On this mini-episode, Katy talks with both Evan and his mom Dana (Katy's sister) about what it is like to live with this incredible gift. Listen to the end to hear one of Evan's own compositions. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

Two Month Review
TMR 16.8: "Klaus Haas" [2666]

Two Month Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 66:37


Chad and Katie go it alone on this special Thanksgiving episode, going deeper into "The Part About the Crimes," talking about Chris Andrews's critical book on Bolaño's fiction (in particular the ideas about aimlessness and narrative identity), about Klaus Haas's arrest, about the failure—and disinterest—of most police and detectives in Santa Teresa, and about how to read this particular section of the book.  This week's music is "Interior People" by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. And tune in next Thursday at 9am ET for the next episode. Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. And all of Katie's translations, especially Four by Four and Last Words on Earth.  You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.

The Cabral Concept
2124: The Lost Translation of Be-Do-Get (MM)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 23:40


Is it possible to just visualize your goals and they'll magically appear?   Maybe… maybe not. I haven't seen it happen yet to anyone I know, and for that reason, I like to be a bit more pragmatic in my approach…   This means I teach people how to combine visualization, with concrete goal setting, combined with the ancient 3 part success formula…   And that's exactly what we'll cover on today's #CabralConcept 2124 where we review the lost translation of the Be-Do-Get formula - enjoy the show and let me know what you thought! - - -   Show Notes & Resources: http://StephenCabral.com/2124 - - - Dr. Cabral's New Book, The Rain Barrel Effect https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: http://CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Sleep & Hormones Test (Run your adrenal & hormone levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels)

Mindset & Motivation
The Lost Translation of Be-Do-Get

Mindset & Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 23:40


Is it possible to just visualize your goals and they'll magically appear?   Maybe… maybe not. I haven't seen it happen yet to anyone I know, and for that reason, I like to be a bit more pragmatic in my approach…   This means I teach people how to combine visualization, with concrete goal setting, combined with the ancient 3 part success formula…   And that's exactly what we'll cover on today's #CabralConcept 2124 where we review the lost translation of the Be-Do-Get formula - enjoy the show and let me know what you thought! - - -   Show Notes & Resources: http://StephenCabral.com/2124 - - - Dr. Cabral's New Book, The Rain Barrel Effect https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: http://CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Sleep & Hormones Test (Run your adrenal & hormone levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels)

The Bittersweet Life
Episode 404: When Not to Move Abroad

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 21:21


We spend a lot of time on this show encouraging our listeners—especially those who write in for advice—to throw caution to the wind and move abroad if that is their dream. But what about when the timing just doesn't seem right? Today we read a letter from a listener asking about a possible move to France, but this time we offer different advice. Listen in and decide if you agree. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

Krewe of Japan
How to Watch Anime: Subbed vs. Dubbed ft. Dan Woren

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 74:37


In this Week's episode, the Krewe take on the age old subbed vs dubbed anime debate. In addition to sharing their perspectives on the debate, they sit down with voice acting veteran, Dan Woren (Bleach, Naruto, Fate/Zero and so much more), who shares his journey into voice acting, the process of voice acting in anime and video games, and his take on the subbed versus dubbed debate. Along the way, Dan and the Krewe talk breaking toes, anime conventions, and even Star Trek?!? This is an episode you won't want to miss!For more on Dan Woren:Be sure to catch him at the Pasadena Comic Con on January 23, 2021! and check out his extensive body of work:https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0199965/ For more on the Japan Society  of New Orleans:https://japansocietyofneworleans.wildapricot.org/ 

Jim and Them
Taylor Swift Is A Monster - #703 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 78:28


Taylor Swift: People are blind to the monster that is Taylor Swift as she drags Jake Gyllenhaal's good name through the mud on SNL for no good reason except personal gain.Cowboy Bebop: Let's get into the new Netflix Cowboy Bebop! Netflix always delivers.DATE WITH A 6 YEAR OLD BOY!, CHUCKY!, CHILD'S PLAY!, VIOLINS!, LAGWAGON!, GAY QUEEN!, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY!, MAMA!, GAY!, NOTHING PREPARED!, DUMB AND DUMBER!, DEAL WITH IT!, NO SPECIAL GUESTS ON SATURDAY!, GET RIGHT INTO IT!, TAYLOR SWIFT!, MONSTER!, JAKE GYLLENHAAL!, HERO!, ALL TOO WELL!, BROS BEFORE HOES!, RERECORD MUSIC!, 21!, 3 MONTHS!, UNDERDOG!, FAKE!, IRONIC LIKE!, CAN'T BELIEVE IT!, QUIRKY!, COOL!, SWIFTIE!, CALL ME LATER!, CARLY RAE JEPSEN!, BRITNEY SPEARS!, SUICIDE!, GOOD DICK!, SADIE SINK!, DYLAN O'BRIEN!, BORING!, NO CHORUS!, SEASONS!, LEAVES!, SNOW!, EMPOWERING!?, THE REASON!, HOOBASTANK!, CRYING!, 21!, AGE DIFFERENCE!, PUNCHLINE!, THIRD MUMMY!, PRINCE OF PERSIA!, ENEMY!, END OF WATCH!, SPIDER-MAN!, JASON SUDEIKIS!, COLIN JOST!, LAGWAGON!, PIECE OF SHIT!, SKATEBOARDING!, ANIME!, THOR RAGNAROK!, SPIKE!, ED!, COWBOY BEBOP!, SHOCKING!, NETFLIX!, VIBES!, CHEAP!, CRINGE!, COSPLAY!, WEEB!, AWKWAFINA!, BEN KINGSLEY!, SHANG CHI!, LIVE ACTION!, TRANSLATION!, NUTBAGS!, YOUTUBE SKETCH!, HYPE!, EMBARRASSING BAD!, SEINFELD!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

ESV: M'Cheyne Reading Plan
November 25: 1 Chronicles 21; 1 Peter 2; Jonah 4; Luke 9

ESV: M'Cheyne Reading Plan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 18:04


With family: 1 Chronicles 21; 1 Peter 2 1 Chronicles 21 (Listen) David's Census Brings Pestilence 21 Then Satan stood against Israel and incited David to number Israel. 2 So David said to Joab and the commanders of the army, “Go, number Israel, from Beersheba to Dan, and bring me a report, that I may know their number.” 3 But Joab said, “May the LORD add to his people a hundred times as many as they are! Are they not, my lord the king, all of them my lord's servants? Why then should my lord require this? Why should it be a cause of guilt for Israel?” 4 But the king's word prevailed against Joab. So Joab departed and went throughout all Israel and came back to Jerusalem. 5 And Joab gave the sum of the numbering of the people to David. In all Israel there were 1,100,000 men who drew the sword, and in Judah 470,000 who drew the sword. 6 But he did not include Levi and Benjamin in the numbering, for the king's command was abhorrent to Joab. 7 But God was displeased with this thing, and he struck Israel. 8 And David said to God, “I have sinned greatly in that I have done this thing. But now, please take away the iniquity of your servant, for I have acted very foolishly.” 9 And the LORD spoke to Gad, David's seer, saying, 10 “Go and say to David, ‘Thus says the LORD, Three things I offer you; choose one of them, that I may do it to you.'” 11 So Gad came to David and said to him, “Thus says the LORD, ‘Choose what you will: 12 either three years of famine, or three months of devastation by your foes while the sword of your enemies overtakes you, or else three days of the sword of the LORD, pestilence on the land, with the angel of the LORD destroying throughout all the territory of Israel.' Now decide what answer I shall return to him who sent me.” 13 Then David said to Gad, “I am in great distress. Let me fall into the hand of the LORD, for his mercy is very great, but do not let me fall into the hand of man.” 14 So the LORD sent a pestilence on Israel, and 70,000 men of Israel fell. 15 And God sent the angel to Jerusalem to destroy it, but as he was about to destroy it, the LORD saw, and he relented from the calamity. And he said to the angel who was working destruction, “It is enough; now stay your hand.” And the angel of the LORD was standing by the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. 16 And David lifted his eyes and saw the angel of the LORD standing between earth and heaven, and in his hand a drawn sword stretched out over Jerusalem. Then David and the elders, clothed in sackcloth, fell upon their faces. 17 And David said to God, “Was it not I who gave command to number the people? It is I who have sinned and done great evil. But these sheep, what have they done? Please let your hand, O LORD my God, be against me and against my father's house. But do not let the plague be on your people.” David Builds an Altar 18 Now the angel of the LORD had commanded Gad to say to David that David should go up and raise an altar to the LORD on the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. 19 So David went up at Gad's word, which he had spoken in the name of the LORD. 20 Now Ornan was threshing wheat. He turned and saw the angel, and his four sons who were with him hid themselves. 21 As David came to Ornan, Ornan looked and saw David and went out from the threshing floor and paid homage to David with his face to the ground. 22 And David said to Ornan, “Give me the site of the threshing floor that I may build on it an altar to the LORD—give it to me at its full price—that the plague may be averted from the people.” 23 Then Ornan said to David, “Take it, and let my lord the king do what seems good to him. See, I give the oxen for burnt offerings and the threshing sledges for the wood and the wheat for a grain offering; I give it all.” 24 But King David said to Ornan, “No, but I will buy them for the full price. I will not take for the LORD what is yours, nor offer burnt offerings that cost me nothing.” 25 So David paid Ornan 600 shekels1 of gold by weight for the site. 26 And David built there an altar to the LORD and presented burnt offerings and peace offerings and called on the LORD, and the LORD2 answered him with fire from heaven upon the altar of burnt offering. 27 Then the LORD commanded the angel, and he put his sword back into its sheath. 28 At that time, when David saw that the LORD had answered him at the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite, he sacrificed there. 29 For the tabernacle of the LORD, which Moses had made in the wilderness, and the altar of burnt offering were at that time in the high place at Gibeon, 30 but David could not go before it to inquire of God, for he was afraid of the sword of the angel of the LORD. Footnotes [1] 21:25 A shekel was about 2/5 ounce or 11 grams [2] 21:26 Hebrew he (ESV) 1 Peter 2 (Listen) A Living Stone and a Holy People 2 So put away all malice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envy and all slander. 2 Like newborn infants, long for the pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow up into salvation—3 if indeed you have tasted that the Lord is good. 4 As you come to him, a living stone rejected by men but in the sight of God chosen and precious, 5 you yourselves like living stones are being built up as a spiritual house, to be a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. 6 For it stands in Scripture:   “Behold, I am laying in Zion a stone,    a cornerstone chosen and precious,  and whoever believes in him will not be put to shame.” 7 So the honor is for you who believe, but for those who do not believe,   “The stone that the builders rejected    has become the cornerstone,”1 8 and   “A stone of stumbling,    and a rock of offense.” They stumble because they disobey the word, as they were destined to do. 9 But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. 10 Once you were not a people, but now you are God's people; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy. 11 Beloved, I urge you as sojourners and exiles to abstain from the passions of the flesh, which wage war against your soul. 12 Keep your conduct among the Gentiles honorable, so that when they speak against you as evildoers, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day of visitation. Submission to Authority 13 Be subject for the Lord's sake to every human institution,2 whether it be to the emperor3 as supreme, 14 or to governors as sent by him to punish those who do evil and to praise those who do good. 15 For this is the will of God, that by doing good you should put to silence the ignorance of foolish people. 16 Live as people who are free, not using your freedom as a cover-up for evil, but living as servants4 of God. 17 Honor everyone. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the emperor. 18 Servants, be subject to your masters with all respect, not only to the good and gentle but also to the unjust. 19 For this is a gracious thing, when, mindful of God, one endures sorrows while suffering unjustly. 20 For what credit is it if, when you sin and are beaten for it, you endure? But if when you do good and suffer for it you endure, this is a gracious thing in the sight of God. 21 For to this you have been called, because Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example, so that you might follow in his steps. 22 He committed no sin, neither was deceit found in his mouth. 23 When he was reviled, he did not revile in return; when he suffered, he did not threaten, but continued entrusting himself to him who judges justly. 24 He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed. 25 For you were straying like sheep, but have now returned to the Shepherd and Overseer of your souls. Footnotes [1] 2:7 Greek the head of the corner [2] 2:13 Or every institution ordained for people [3] 2:13 Or king; also verse 17 [4] 2:16 For the contextual rendering of the Greek word doulos, see Preface (ESV) In private: Jonah 4; Luke 9 Jonah 4 (Listen) Jonah's Anger and the Lord's Compassion 4 But it displeased Jonah exceedingly,1 and he was angry. 2 And he prayed to the LORD and said, “O LORD, is not this what I said when I was yet in my country? That is why I made haste to flee to Tarshish; for I knew that you are a gracious God and merciful, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love, and relenting from disaster. 3 Therefore now, O LORD, please take my life from me, for it is better for me to die than to live.” 4 And the LORD said, “Do you do well to be angry?” 5 Jonah went out of the city and sat to the east of the city and made a booth for himself there. He sat under it in the shade, till he should see what would become of the city. 6 Now the LORD God appointed a plant2 and made it come up over Jonah, that it might be a shade over his head, to save him from his discomfort.3 So Jonah was exceedingly glad because of the plant. 7 But when dawn came up the next day, God appointed a worm that attacked the plant, so that it withered. 8 When the sun rose, God appointed a scorching east wind, and the sun beat down on the head of Jonah so that he was faint. And he asked that he might die and said, “It is better for me to die than to live.” 9 But God said to Jonah, “Do you do well to be angry for the plant?” And he said, “Yes, I do well to be angry, angry enough to die.” 10 And the LORD said, “You pity the plant, for which you did not labor, nor did you make it grow, which came into being in a night and perished in a night. 11 And should not I pity Nineveh, that great city, in which there are more than 120,000 persons who do not know their right hand from their left, and also much cattle?” Footnotes [1] 4:1 Hebrew it was exceedingly evil to Jonah [2] 4:6 Hebrew qiqayon, probably the castor oil plant; also verses 7, 9, 10 [3] 4:6 Or his evil (ESV) Luke 9 (Listen) Jesus Sends Out the Twelve Apostles 9 And he called the twelve together and gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases, 2 and he sent them out to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal. 3 And he said to them, “Take nothing for your journey, no staff, nor bag, nor bread, nor money; and do not have two tunics.1 4 And whatever house you enter, stay there, and from there depart. 5 And wherever they do not receive you, when you leave that town shake off the dust from your feet as a testimony against them.” 6 And they departed and went through the villages, preaching the gospel and healing everywhere. Herod Is Perplexed by Jesus 7 Now Herod the tetrarch heard about all that was happening, and he was perplexed, because it was said by some that John had been raised from the dead, 8 by some that Elijah had appeared, and by others that one of the prophets of old had risen. 9 Herod said, “John I beheaded, but who is this about whom I hear such things?” And he sought to see him. Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand 10 On their return the apostles told him all that they had done. And he took them and withdrew apart to a town called Bethsaida. 11 When the crowds learned it, they followed him, and he welcomed them and spoke to them of the kingdom of God and cured those who had need of healing. 12 Now the day began to wear away, and the twelve came and said to him, “Send the crowd away to go into the surrounding villages and countryside to find lodging and get provisions, for we are here in a desolate place.” 13 But he said to them, “You give them something to eat.” They said, “We have no more than five loaves and two fish—unless we are to go and buy food for all these people.” 14 For there were about five thousand men. And he said to his disciples, “Have them sit down in groups of about fifty each.” 15 And they did so, and had them all sit down. 16 And taking the five loaves and the two fish, he looked up to heaven and said a blessing over them. Then he broke the loaves and gave them to the disciples to set before the crowd. 17 And they all ate and were satisfied. And what was left over was picked up, twelve baskets of broken pieces. Peter Confesses Jesus as the Christ 18 Now it happened that as he was praying alone, the disciples were with him. And he asked them, “Who do the crowds say that I am?” 19 And they answered, “John the Baptist. But others say, Elijah, and others, that one of the prophets of old has risen.” 20 Then he said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” And Peter answered, “The Christ of God.” Jesus Foretells His Death 21 And he strictly charged and commanded them to tell this to no one, 22 saying, “The Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and on the third day be raised.” Take Up Your Cross and Follow Jesus 23 And he said to all, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. 24 For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will save it. 25 For what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses or forfeits himself? 26 For whoever is ashamed of me and of my words, of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when he comes in his glory and the glory of the Father and of the holy angels. 27 But I tell you truly, there are some standing here who will not taste death until they see the kingdom of God.” The Transfiguration 28 Now about eight days after these sayings he took with him Peter and John and James and went up on the mountain to pray. 29 And as he was praying, the appearance of his face was altered, and his clothing became dazzling white. 30 And behold, two men were talking with him, Moses and Elijah, 31 who appeared in glory and spoke of his departure,2 which he was about to accomplish at Jerusalem. 32 Now Peter and those who were with him were heavy with sleep, but when they became fully awake they saw his glory and the two men who stood with him. 33 And as the men were parting from him, Peter said to Jesus, “Master, it is good that we are here. Let us make three tents, one for you and one for Moses and one for Elijah”—not knowing what he said. 34 As he was saying these things, a cloud came and overshadowed them, and they were afraid as they entered the cloud. 35 And a voice came out of the cloud, saying, “This is my Son, my Chosen One;3 listen to him!” 36 And when the voice had spoken, Jesus was found alone. And they kept silent and told no one in those days anything of what they had seen. Jesus Heals a Boy with an Unclean Spirit 37 On the next day, when they had come down from the mountain, a great crowd met him. 38 And behold, a man from the crowd cried out, “Teacher, I beg you to look at my son, for he is my only child. 39 And behold, a spirit seizes him, and he suddenly cries out. It convulses him so that he foams at the mouth, and shatters him, and will hardly leave him. 40 And I begged your disciples to cast it out, but they could not.” 41 Jesus answered, “O faithless and twisted generation, how long am I to be with you and bear with you? Bring your son here.” 42 While he was coming, the demon threw him to the ground and convulsed him. But Jesus rebuked the unclean spirit and healed the boy, and gave him back to his father. 43 And all were astonished at the majesty of God. Jesus Again Foretells His Death But while they were all marveling at everything he was doing, Jesus4 said to his disciples, 44 “Let these words sink into your ears: The Son of Man is about to be delivered into the hands of men.” 45 But they did not understand this saying, and it was concealed from them, so that they might not perceive it. And they were afraid to ask him about this saying. Who Is the Greatest? 46 An argument arose among them as to which of them was the greatest. 47 But Jesus, knowing the reasoning of their hearts, took a child and put him by his side 48 and said to them, “Whoever receives this child in my name receives me, and whoever receives me receives him who sent me. For he who is least among you all is the one who is great.” Anyone Not Against Us Is For Us 49 John answered, “Master, we saw someone casting out demons in your name, and we tried to stop him, because he does not follow with us.” 50 But Jesus said to him, “Do not stop him, for the one who is not against you is for you.” A Samaritan Village Rejects Jesus 51 When the days drew near for him to be taken up, he set his face to go to Jerusalem. 52 And he sent messengers ahead of him, who went and entered a village of the Samaritans, to make preparations for him. 53 But the people did not receive him, because his face was set toward Jerusalem. 54 And when his disciples James and John saw it, they said, “Lord, do you want us to tell fire to come down from heaven and consume them?”5 55 But he turned and rebuked them.6 56 And they went on to another village. The Cost of Following Jesus 57 As they were going along the road, someone said to him, “I will follow you wherever you go.” 58 And Jesus said to him, “Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head.” 59 To another he said, “Follow me.” But he said, “Lord, let me first go and bury my father.” 60 And Jesus7 said to him, “Leave the dead to bury their own dead. But as for you, go and proclaim the kingdom of God.” 61 Yet another said, “I will follow you, Lord, but let me first say farewell to those at my home.” 62 Jesus said to him, “No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God.” Footnotes [1] 9:3 Greek chiton, a long garment worn under the cloak next to the skin [2] 9:31 Greek exodus [3] 9:35 Some manuscripts my Beloved [4] 9:43 Greek he [5] 9:54 Some manuscripts add as Elijah did [6] 9:55 Some manuscripts add And he said, “You do not know what manner of spirit you are of; 56for the Son of Man came not to destroy people's lives but to save them” [7] 9:60 Greek he (ESV)

Troublesome Terps
67: The Translation & Interpreting Podcastival

Troublesome Terps

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 111:35


Podcasts are everywhere, so what to listen to? To help you along here, the Troublesome Terps reached out to some of our favorite language related podcast-superstars and invited them to join our first ever live #podcastival. The goal was to celebrate the language industry at large in all its beautiful diversity with all its shades and wrinkles and shine a spotlight on these fabulous contributions - if we missed your favorite language podcast, do let us know and enjoy our #podcastival! Special Guests: Ada Volkmer, Carrie Gillon, Cate Hamilton, Corinne McKay, Eve Lindemuth Bodeux, Florian Faes, Gretchen McCulloch, Lauren Gawne, Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo, Megan Figueroa, Michaela Haller, Michael Stevens, Tamara Muroiwa, Tucker Johnson, and Veronika Demichelis.

The Bittersweet Life
Bittersweet Moment #130: Empty Nesters Move to Rome (with Adrianne Castro)

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 14:12


For Adrianne Castro and her husband Joe, a move to Rome had been a very long time in the making. At first it started out as just an idea when they were on a trip with their young son. But then soon found themselves wondering: why not? Several years, a son settled at college, the recognition of Joe's Italian citizenship through ancestry, a pandemic, the sale of their home, and a lot of planning later, Adrianne has fulfilled this long-time dream and is living the life she imagined in Rome.  She also just happens to be a longtime listener of the show. She joins us on this inspiring mini-episode to talk about her journey to Rome. Find Adrianne on Instagram, Facebook, and on her website, Coffee in Italia. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

The Allusionist
146. Survival: Today, Tomorrow part 1

The Allusionist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 33:11


The Icelandic language has remained so stable over the centuries, speakers can read manuscripts from 900 years ago without too much trouble. And when they need a new word for more recent concepts, there are committees to coin one, so that the modern Icelandic lexicon includes such things as the internet, helicopters and mansplaining. Defending the language from the encroachment of English, however, is rather more challenging. Find out more about the topics covered in this episode, and a transcript, at theallusionist.org/todaytomorrow1. Sign up to be a patron at patreon.com/allusionist and as well as supporting the show, you get behind the scenes glimpses, bonus etymologies, a trip around Iceland's museums via me, AND a delightful community of Teamlusionists! The music is by Martin Austwick. Hear Martin's own songs at palebirdmusic.com or search for Pale Bird on Bandcamp and Spotify, and he's @martinaustwick on Twitter and Instagram.  The Allusionist's online home is theallusionist.org. Stay in touch at twitter.com/allusionistshow, facebook.com/allusionistshow and instagram.com/allusionistshow. Our ad partner is Multitude. To sponsor an episode of the show, contact them at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • Catan, the building and trading board game where no two games are the same. Allusionist listeners get 10 percent off the original base game at catanshop.com/allusionist. • BetterHelp, online therapy with licensed professional counsellors. Allusionist listeners get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/allusionist. • Squarespace, your one-stop shop for building and running a sleek website. Go to squarespace.com/allusionist for a free 2-week trial, and get 10 percent off your first purchase of a website or domain with the code allusionist. Support the show: http://patreon.com/allusionist See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Angel Invest Boston
Cagri Savran, Founder - Biotech Angel Bootcamp I

Angel Invest Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 43:23


Join Sal's Syndicate: https://www.angelinvestboston.com/our-syndicates Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish & Richardson Hesitant about investing in biotech startups? Founder Çağrı Savran and I discuss the unique opportunities and requirements of angel-scale life science startups. This is the first in a series of biotech angel bootcamps. Highlights: Podcast Sponsored by Purdue University Entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, Patent Attorney Sal Daher Introduces Founder, Çağrı Savran, PhD Purdue University Now Evaluates Professors of Engineering on Translation of their Technology to Industry as Well as on Publications and Citations Episode Created for Angel Investors Who Are Hesitant About Biotech Savran's First Round of Funding Was Very Easy, the Subsequent Three Rounds Took Great Effort Several Walnut Members Had Invested in SQZ, Which Also Had a Fast Angel Round “...they saw parallels between SQZ and Savran.” ” If somebody is taking too much time to think, they're probably not interested and that's okay. You don't need the whole world...” “...it's similar to marriage... Sometimes it clicks, sometimes it doesn't click.” There Are Many People Looking for Attractive Investment Alternatives – It's About Finding Those People Sal Asks About an Alternative Way to Fund Biotech Startups that Could Be More Efficient in the Long Run Angels Should Consider Staging their Investment in Biotech Startups Over Four Years with Annual Drawdown Based on Milestones Staged Funding Would Provide a Stable Financing Path So Founders Can Focus on the Business Angel Investors Have Contributed Much More than Money to Savran Tech; Advice, Introductions and Encouragement Çağrı Savran Wants Angels to Appreciate All the Trial & Error Involved in Building Life Science Companies When Things Work Out, Life Science Companies Can Build a Lot of Value Due to Strong Barriers to New Competitors Software Startups Face Stiff Competition Due to Low Barriers to Entry for Competitors “...you need to worry about minimizing user-to-user variation, especially if you're making an instrument. It's not like a computer code where if you hit a couple of keystrokes, it doesn't matter who it is that's hitting the keystroke.” Biotech Startups Have Different Metrics for Progress from Software Startups Biotech Startups Tend to Collaborate with Big Players; Software Startups Usually Compete Strong Patents Are Needed to Make Biotech Startup Valuable to Strategic Players “If the startup is making progress, it will have built a prototype.” Maturation of the Technology Is an Important Measure of Progress, It's What Will Get the Company Acquired Founder-Led Companies Are Special Startups Can't Afford Experienced People in Management but They Can Get Them on the Board “...the lesson here for angels is, don't expect a professional CEO in a life science startup.” We Are Living in a Time of Miracles; Biotech Miracles There Are Promising Biotech Startups that Can Flourish with Just $5 Million in Funding – Angel-Scale Biotech Startups Topics: biotech, management, angel investing strategies

Liberty Lighthouse
20211123 - Liberty Minute

Liberty Lighthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 1:22


I'm Peter Serefine and this is your Liberty Minute for Tuesday, day 618 of 15 days to flatten the curve. President Joe Biden has picked Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to serve a second four-year term. Bank stocks rose while the S&P 500 and NASDAQ hit record highs after the announcement. I'm really not sure if those are good signs or bad ones. The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler is urging the Department of Justice to charge Kyle Rittenhouse after he was found not guilty by Wisconsin. Think about that statement. The chair of the JUDICIARY committee wants federal charges. Translation, the chair of the JUDICIARY committee cares more about political posturing than the justice system. A new CBS/YouGov poll showed that nearly two-thirds of Americans said the U.S. economy is in bad shape citing reasons like; inflation and rising costs, surging gas prices, a shortage of products and services, and businesses still not back to normal. Well duh. Get 21% off through the end of 2021 in the Liberty Lighthouse store at Liberty-Lighthouse.com with promo code Mojo50. Until tomorrow, protect your liberties. Once they're gone there's no getting them back. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/libertylighthouse/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/libertylighthouse/support

New Books in East Asian Studies
Darryl Sterk, "Indigenous Cultural Translation: A Thick Description of Seediq Bale" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 114:21


Indigenous Cultural Translation: A Thick Description of Seediq Bale (Routledge, 2020) is about the process that made it possible to film the 2011 Taiwanese blockbuster Seediq Bale in Seediq, an endangered indigenous language. Seediq Bale celebrates the headhunters who rebelled against or collaborated with the Japanese colonizers at or around a hill station called Musha starting on October 27, 1930, while this book celebrates the grandchildren of headhunters, rebels, and collaborators who translated the Mandarin-language screenplay into Seediq in central Taiwan nearly eighty years later. As a “thick description” of Seediq Bale, this book describes the translation process in detail, showing how the screenwriter included Mandarin translations of Seediq texts recorded during the Japanese era in his screenplay, and then how the Seediq translators backtranslated these texts into Seediq, changing them significantly. It argues that the translators made significant changes to these texts according to the consensus about traditional Seediq culture they have been building in modern Taiwan, and that this same consensus informs the interpretation of the Musha Incident and of Seediq culture that they articulated in their Mandarin-Seediq translation of the screenplay as a whole. The argument more generally is that in building cultural consensus, indigenous peoples like the Seediq are “translating” their traditions into alternative modernities in settler states around the world. Darryl Sterk is an Assistant Professor of Translation Studies at Lingnan University in Hong Kong. He is also a literary translator, especially of fiction from Taiwan. Li-Ping Chen is Postdoctoral Scholar and Teaching Fellow in the East Asian Studies Center at the University of Southern California. Her research interests include literary translingualism, diaspora, and nativism in Sinophone, inter-Asian, and transpacific contexts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

ESV: Digging Deep into the Bible
November 22: Psalm 113; 2 Kings 21; Isaiah 11–12; John 14

ESV: Digging Deep into the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 12:21


Psalms and Wisdom: Psalm 113 Psalm 113 (Listen) Who Is like the Lord Our God? 113   Praise the LORD!  Praise, O servants of the LORD,    praise the name of the LORD! 2   Blessed be the name of the LORD    from this time forth and forevermore!3   From the rising of the sun to its setting,    the name of the LORD is to be praised! 4   The LORD is high above all nations,    and his glory above the heavens!5   Who is like the LORD our God,    who is seated on high,6   who looks far down    on the heavens and the earth?7   He raises the poor from the dust    and lifts the needy from the ash heap,8   to make them sit with princes,    with the princes of his people.9   He gives the barren woman a home,    making her the joyous mother of children.  Praise the LORD! (ESV) Pentateuch and History: 2 Kings 21 2 Kings 21 (Listen) Manasseh Reigns in Judah 21 Manasseh was twelve years old when he began to reign, and he reigned fifty-five years in Jerusalem. His mother's name was Hephzibah. 2 And he did what was evil in the sight of the LORD, according to the despicable practices of the nations whom the LORD drove out before the people of Israel. 3 For he rebuilt the high places that Hezekiah his father had destroyed, and he erected altars for Baal and made an Asherah, as Ahab king of Israel had done, and worshiped all the host of heaven and served them. 4 And he built altars in the house of the LORD, of which the LORD had said, “In Jerusalem will I put my name.” 5 And he built altars for all the host of heaven in the two courts of the house of the LORD. 6 And he burned his son as an offering1 and used fortune-telling and omens and dealt with mediums and with necromancers. He did much evil in the sight of the LORD, provoking him to anger. 7 And the carved image of Asherah that he had made he set in the house of which the LORD said to David and to Solomon his son, “In this house, and in Jerusalem, which I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel, I will put my name forever. 8 And I will not cause the feet of Israel to wander anymore out of the land that I gave to their fathers, if only they will be careful to do according to all that I have commanded them, and according to all the Law that my servant Moses commanded them.” 9 But they did not listen, and Manasseh led them astray to do more evil than the nations had done whom the LORD destroyed before the people of Israel. Manasseh's Idolatry Denounced 10 And the LORD said by his servants the prophets, 11 “Because Manasseh king of Judah has committed these abominations and has done things more evil than all that the Amorites did, who were before him, and has made Judah also to sin with his idols, 12 therefore thus says the LORD, the God of Israel: Behold, I am bringing upon Jerusalem and Judah such disaster2 that the ears of everyone who hears of it will tingle. 13 And I will stretch over Jerusalem the measuring line of Samaria, and the plumb line of the house of Ahab, and I will wipe Jerusalem as one wipes a dish, wiping it and turning it upside down. 14 And I will forsake the remnant of my heritage and give them into the hand of their enemies, and they shall become a prey and a spoil to all their enemies, 15 because they have done what is evil in my sight and have provoked me to anger, since the day their fathers came out of Egypt, even to this day.” 16 Moreover, Manasseh shed very much innocent blood, till he had filled Jerusalem from one end to another, besides the sin that he made Judah to sin so that they did what was evil in the sight of the LORD. 17 Now the rest of the acts of Manasseh and all that he did, and the sin that he committed, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah? 18 And Manasseh slept with his fathers and was buried in the garden of his house, in the garden of Uzza, and Amon his son reigned in his place. Amon Reigns in Judah 19 Amon was twenty-two years old when he began to reign, and he reigned two years in Jerusalem. His mother's name was Meshullemeth the daughter of Haruz of Jotbah. 20 And he did what was evil in the sight of the LORD, as Manasseh his father had done. 21 He walked in all the way in which his father walked and served the idols that his father served and worshiped them. 22 He abandoned the LORD, the God of his fathers, and did not walk in the way of the LORD. 23 And the servants of Amon conspired against him and put the king to death in his house. 24 But the people of the land struck down all those who had conspired against King Amon, and the people of the land made Josiah his son king in his place. 25 Now the rest of the acts of Amon that he did, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah? 26 And he was buried in his tomb in the garden of Uzza, and Josiah his son reigned in his place. Footnotes [1] 21:6 Hebrew made his son pass through the fire [2] 21:12 Or evil (ESV) Chronicles and Prophets: Isaiah 11–12 Isaiah 11–12 (Listen) The Righteous Reign of the Branch 11   There shall come forth a shoot from the stump of Jesse,    and a branch from his roots shall bear fruit.2   And the Spirit of the LORD shall rest upon him,    the Spirit of wisdom and understanding,    the Spirit of counsel and might,    the Spirit of knowledge and the fear of the LORD.3   And his delight shall be in the fear of the LORD.  He shall not judge by what his eyes see,    or decide disputes by what his ears hear,4   but with righteousness he shall judge the poor,    and decide with equity for the meek of the earth;  and he shall strike the earth with the rod of his mouth,    and with the breath of his lips he shall kill the wicked.5   Righteousness shall be the belt of his waist,    and faithfulness the belt of his loins. 6   The wolf shall dwell with the lamb,    and the leopard shall lie down with the young goat,  and the calf and the lion and the fattened calf together;    and a little child shall lead them.7   The cow and the bear shall graze;    their young shall lie down together;    and the lion shall eat straw like the ox.8   The nursing child shall play over the hole of the cobra,    and the weaned child shall put his hand on the adder's den.9   They shall not hurt or destroy    in all my holy mountain;  for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the LORD    as the waters cover the sea. 10 In that day the root of Jesse, who shall stand as a signal for the peoples—of him shall the nations inquire, and his resting place shall be glorious. 11 In that day the Lord will extend his hand yet a second time to recover the remnant that remains of his people, from Assyria, from Egypt, from Pathros, from Cush,1 from Elam, from Shinar, from Hamath, and from the coastlands of the sea. 12   He will raise a signal for the nations    and will assemble the banished of Israel,  and gather the dispersed of Judah    from the four corners of the earth.13   The jealousy of Ephraim shall depart,    and those who harass Judah shall be cut off;  Ephraim shall not be jealous of Judah,    and Judah shall not harass Ephraim.14   But they shall swoop down on the shoulder of the Philistines in the west,    and together they shall plunder the people of the east.  They shall put out their hand against Edom and Moab,    and the Ammonites shall obey them.15   And the LORD will utterly destroy2    the tongue of the Sea of Egypt,  and will wave his hand over the River3    with his scorching breath,4  and strike it into seven channels,    and he will lead people across in sandals.16   And there will be a highway from Assyria    for the remnant that remains of his people,  as there was for Israel    when they came up from the land of Egypt. The Lord Is My Strength and My Song 12   You5 will say in that day:  “I will give thanks to you, O LORD,    for though you were angry with me,  your anger turned away,    that you might comfort me. 2   “Behold, God is my salvation;    I will trust, and will not be afraid;  for the LORD GOD6 is my strength and my song,    and he has become my salvation.” 3 With joy you7 will draw water from the wells of salvation. 4 And you will say in that day:   “Give thanks to the LORD,    call upon his name,  make known his deeds among the peoples,    proclaim that his name is exalted. 5   “Sing praises to the LORD, for he has done gloriously;    let this be made known8 in all the earth.6   Shout, and sing for joy, O inhabitant of Zion,    for great in your9 midst is the Holy One of Israel.” Footnotes [1] 11:11 Probably Nubia [2] 11:15 Hebrew devote to destruction [3] 11:15 That is, the Euphrates [4] 11:15 Or wind [5] 12:1 The Hebrew for you is singular in verse 1 [6] 12:2 Hebrew for Yah, the Lord [7] 12:3 The Hebrew for you is plural in verses 3, 4 [8] 12:5 Or this is made known [9] 12:6 The Hebrew for your in verse 6 is singular, referring to the inhabitant of Zion (ESV) Gospels and Epistles: John 14 John 14 (Listen) I Am the Way, and the Truth, and the Life 14 “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God;1 believe also in me. 2 In my Father's house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you?2 3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also. 4 And you know the way to where I am going.”3 5 Thomas said to him, “Lord, we do not know where you are going. How can we know the way?” 6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. 7 If you had known me, you would have known my Father also.4 From now on you do know him and have seen him.” 8 Philip said to him, “Lord, show us the Father, and it is enough for us.” 9 Jesus said to him, “Have I been with you so long, and you still do not know me, Philip? Whoever has seen me has seen the Father. How can you say, ‘Show us the Father'? 10 Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father is in me? The words that I say to you I do not speak on my own authority, but the Father who dwells in me does his works. 11 Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father is in me, or else believe on account of the works themselves. 12 “Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever believes in me will also do the works that I do; and greater works than these will he do, because I am going to the Father. 13 Whatever you ask in my name, this I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14 If you ask me5 anything in my name, I will do it. Jesus Promises the Holy Spirit 15 “If you love me, you will keep my commandments. 16 And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Helper,6 to be with you forever, 17 even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him, for he dwells with you and will be7 in you. 18 “I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you. 19 Yet a little while and the world will see me no more, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live. 20 In that day you will know that I am in my Father, and you in me, and I in you. 21 Whoever has my commandments and keeps them, he it is who loves me. And he who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I will love him and manifest myself to him.” 22 Judas (not Iscariot) said to him, “Lord, how is it that you will manifest yourself to us, and not to the world?” 23 Jesus answered him, “If anyone loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him. 24 Whoever does not love me does not keep my words. And the word that you hear is not mine but the Father's who sent me. 25 “These things I have spoken to you while I am still with you. 26 But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you. 27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid. 28 You heard me say to you, ‘I am going away, and I will come to you.' If you loved me, you would have rejoiced, because I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I. 29 And now I have told you before it takes place, so that when it does take place you may believe. 30 I will no longer talk much with you, for the ruler of this world is coming. He has no claim on me, 31 but I do as the Father has commanded me, so that the world may know that I love the Father. Rise, let us go from here. Footnotes [1] 14:1 Or You believe in God [2] 14:2 Or In my Father's house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you [3] 14:4 Some manuscripts Where I am going you know, and the way you know [4] 14:7 Or If you know me, you will know my Father also, or If you have known me, you will know my Father also [5] 14:14 Some manuscripts omit me [6] 14:16 Or Advocate, or Counselor; also 14:26; 15:26; 16:7 [7] 14:17 Some manuscripts and is (ESV)

The Bittersweet Life
Episode 403: Coping with Anxiety

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 35:07


Do you suffer from anxiety? Is it a chronic problem, or something that only flairs up at certain times? Or are you one of the lucky ones, blessed with calm under pressure? Today we talk about anxiety from a few different angles, including the stress that comes along with moving outside of your comfort zone, whether it be moving to a foreign country, leaving a stable job, or simply trying a new hobby. We ask, why do some of us sometimes choose discomfort as opposed to doing what's easy? And what happens when you crave novelty but your world has shrunk due to the pandemic?  ----------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

The Bearded Mystic Podcast
Thoughts on The Bhagavad Gita (Chapter 2: Verse 39 - Verse 43)

The Bearded Mystic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 41:47


In this episode, The Bearded Mystic Podcast discusses the 2nd chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, specifically verses 39 - 43. Shri Krishna discusses what the focus should be for Arjuna and how he can master the understanding of Sankhya Yoga and day to day actions in life. Translation used: The Bhagavad Gita Comes Alive: A Radical Translation by Jeffrey Armstrong https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08L1FGCJJ/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_DNA2SCWKGQ692DJFF6D4 I hope you enjoyed listening to the 10th episode of the Thoughts on The Bhagavad Gita and if you are interested in listening to more episodes like this on further chapters and verses, please follow/subscribe to this Podcast.Please rate and write a review for this Podcast, it will be greatly appreciated.New episodes will be available every Sunday.For The Bearded Mystic Podcast's Patreon community, there will be a monthly Q&A on The Bhagavad Gita and Advaita Vedanta/Nonduality. For more details, subscribe here:  https://www.patreon.com/thebeardedmysticpodcastYou can listen or watch the Podcast on various  streaming platforms. You can find them here: https://linktr.ee/thebeardedmysticpodcastYou can follow me and contact me on social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeardedmysticpodcast/TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdk3HPJh/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBeardedMysticPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bearded_mysticFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Bearded-Mystic-PodcastSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebeardedmysticpodcast)

New Books in German Studies
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books in German Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

New Books in Literary Studies
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Biography
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

Think About It
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

Think About It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Liturgy of the Hours: Sing the Hours
11.19.21 Vespers, Friday Evening Prayer

The Liturgy of the Hours: Sing the Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 17:56


Vespers, Evening Prayer for the 33rd Friday of Ordinary Time, November 19th, 2021. Thanks for praying with us, for inquiries, requests, feedback, please email singthehours@gmail.com. To support this work, visit www.patreon.com/singthehours. or for direct support venmo @singthehours Deus in Adjutorium – "O God come to my assistance" Hymn: "Plasmator Hominis Deus," (English) St. Gregory the Great (pg. 205 in the Liber Hymnarius), Translation by John David Chambers (1803-1893), Tune from Hymnal for the Hours by Fr. Samuel Weber Psalm 41 Psalm 46 Canticle: Revelation 15v3-4 Reading: Romans 15v1-3 Responsory: Christ loved us and washed away our sins, in his own blood. Canticle of Mary: Luke 1v46-55 Intercessions: Lord, show us your mercy. The Lord's Prayer (Latin) Concluding Prayers Salve Regina The Liturgy of the Hours (Four Volumes), ©1974, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved. Readings and Old and New Testament Canticles (except the Gospel Canticles) are from the New American Bible © 1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C.

Spotlight on France
Spotlight on France - Podcast: France's first Alzheimer's village, translation wars, Josephine Baker

Spotlight on France

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 30:24


An experimental centre near Bordeaux offers Alzheimer's sufferers more freedom and less medication; debate over whether a translator's identity matters following the Amanda Gorman controversy, and France honours Josephine Baker – performer, Resistance hero and civil rights activist – with a place in the Pantheon. The Covid pandemic showed the limits of caring for the elderly within nursing homes, raising concern over how they are treated, especially those with Alzheimer's – a incurable form of dementia, often accompanied by anxiety and depression. During France's first lockdown in the spring of 2020, some patients were confined to their rooms to protect them from infection, adding to their sense of isolation and confusion. The Village Landais Alzheimer in Dax, south of Bordeaux, is experimenting a very different, non-pharmacological approach, providing 120 patients with the chance to carry on living as much of their ordinary daily life as possible within a vast but secure setting.  A visit to the village offers a glimpse of what Alzheimer's care could end up looking like in France, if research concludes it is effective. (Listen @1'20'') Translation is very visible in France: most movies and TV series are dubbed, and large numbers of books are read in translation. The spotlight was recently shone on the work of translators following controversy over who would translate Amanda Gorman – the 22-year-old African-American spoken-word artist who presented her poem The Hill at President Joe Biden's inauguration in January 2020. The white poet chosen by the Dutch publisher stepped down from the job after questions were raised about why a black artist had not been picked. Literature professor and translator Tiphaine Samoyault talks about why it made sense to choose Marie-Pierre Kakoma, aka Lous and Yakuza, a 24-year-old Belgian-Congolese performer, for the French translation, and why a translator's identity matters. She also talks about the inherent violence in translation, the subject of her most recent book, 'Translation and violence'. (Listen @20'12'') Josephine Baker was the most successful American entertainer working in France in the 1920s and '30s. She was also a Resistance heroine and civil rights activist. On 30 November she will become the sixth woman, and the first black woman, to enter the Pantheon – France's mausoleum of 'great men'. In deciding to honour her, President Emmanuel Macron called Baker a figure of reconcilliation for France. (Listen @15'30'') Spotlight on France is a podcast from Radio France International. Find us on rfienglish.com, iTunes (link here), Spotify (link here), Google podcasts (link here), or your favourite podcast app.

The Bittersweet Life
Bittersweet Moment #129: The 24-hour Radio Race

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 11:22


Can you produce an entire creative project in just 24 hours, from start to finish? This week, Katy attempted just that. She and her good friend and fellow radio producer Casey Martin decided to participate in the KCRW 24-hour Radio Race 2021. The challenge: produce an entire radio piece from scratch in no more than 24 hours. With the somewhat lack-luster theme of "Won't You Be My Neighbor?", these two audio professionals get to work, taking a radio project from zero to completely produced and in the can. After Monday's episode on ideas, hear Katy and Casey go through the brainstorming process in real time, thinking up an idea and curating it to fit the theme. Find the finished project, The Thirty Year Secret, here. You can also hear an interview with Casey Martin from last year on Bittersweet Moment #63: What's Going On in Seattle? ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

The Shmooze, The Yiddish Book Center's Podcast
Episode: 0313: Abraham Karpinowitz's Vilna My Vilna: A Staged Reading in Translation

The Shmooze, The Yiddish Book Center's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 20:07


We visit with translator Helen Mintz to speak about how four stories from her translation of "Vilna My Vilna: Stories by Abraham Karpinowitz" (Syracuse University Press) have been adapted by Stephen Aberle and will be presented as a staged reading by Western Gold, a Vancouver theater company, November 28 to December 6, 2021. Episode 313 November 18, 2021 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, MA

Folk Phenomenology
Miles and Trane

Folk Phenomenology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 98:03


FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY is a podcast by Sam Rocha. This episode features a biographical meditation on Miles Davis and John Coltrane as a way to understand two fundamental claims of Folk Phenomenology: "art precedes metaphysics" and "love is the only transcendental." FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY: SEASON ONE will air every Tuesday from July 6 to November 16, 2021. Please follow the http://jdn.app/fp (show) on your favorite app or platform and share it on social media; here is the http://jdn.app/fp (universal link). THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: https://wipfandstock.com/ (Wipf and Stock Publishers) https://www.juandiegonetwork.com/ (Juan Diego Network) https://giveusthisday.org/?utm_source=folk (Give Us This Day) https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/ (Commonweal Magazine) https://christiansocialism.com/ (Institute for Christian Socialism) https://solidarityhall.org/ (Solidarity Hall) https://revelationcablecompany.com/ (Revelation Cable Company) https://www.blackcatholicmessenger.com/ (Black Catholic Messenger) https://wherepeteris.com/ (Where Peter Is) FRIENDS OF THE SHOW: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-commonweal-podcast/id1436418164 (The Commonweal Podcast) https://www.americamagazine.org/gloria-purvis-podcast (The Gloria Purvis Show) https://www.disinheritedpod.com/ (Disinherited Podcast) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6XWPTuBcXjkPoeP_MGCjug (Davood Gozli) https://www.grexly.com/uptoolate (Up Too Late with Theresa Zoe Williams) https://conversationontap.podbean.com/ (Conversation on Tap) https://anchor.fm/assembly-of-saints (Saintly Witnesses) https://kinderconservative.substack.com/ (Kinder Conservative) https://theshow.fireside.fm/ (The Show) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEtxsMx4qsoitFwjBdLU_gA (Gregory B. Sadler) https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/kush-classics/id1559483448 (Kush Classics) TIP JAR: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/samrocha (Buy Me a Coffee ) https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/samrochadotcom (PayPal ) FULL SCHEDULE: https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/trailer (June 1 | TRAILER) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/sofia (June 29 | Episode 0 | Folk Phenomenology with guest host Sofia Rocha ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/interview (July 6 | Episode 1 | The Interview ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gaffigan (July 13 | Episode 2 | The Tragicomic with Jeannie Gaffigan) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/oakes (July 20 | Episode 3 | Writing and Composition with Kaya Oakes ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/rossiter (July 27 | Episode 4 | Philosophy and Math with Sarah Hogarth Rossiter ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gurule (August 3 | Episode 5 | Abolition and Immigration with Sophia Gurule ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/zuleta-goldberg (August 10 | Episode 6 | Liberation Theology with Vanesa Zuleta Goldberg) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/addington (August 17 | Episode 7 | Translation with Catherine Addington)  https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/guerra (August 24 | Episode 8 | El Ser y la Persona con Rodrigo Guerra) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/akalegebere (August 31 | Episode 9 | Powerlifting with Ogechi Akalegebere ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/christian (September 7 | Episode 10 | Black Lives with Rebecca Christian ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/purvis (September 14 | Episode 11 | Racism and Black Joy with Gloria Purvis) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/debate-delight (September 21 | Episode 12 | Debate and Delight) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gray (September 28 | Episode 13 | Debating Critical Race Theory with David Gray ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/crt-cst (October 5 | Episode 14 | Critical Race Theory or Catholic Social Teaching?) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/wolfe (October 12 | Episode 15 | Augustine and Historical Fiction with Suzanne Wolfe ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/harris (October 19 | Episode 16 | Black Catholics and Story with Alessandra Harris)... Support this podcast

The Bittersweet Life
Episode 402: Where Do Ideas Come From?

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 27:46


Where do you find your ideas? Do they come to you in a dream? Do you find them by reading, traveling, researching? Do you get them in the shower? By listening in on strangers' conversations? Or do they just come to you from out of nowhere? Do you have so many ideas you can't begin to use them all, or are ideas hard for you to find? And—perhaps more importantly—when you get these ideas, what do you do with them? Today Tiffany and Katy talk all about ideas, and the specific ways and places they find them, whether they be for a podcast episode, an article, or a work of fiction. Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza, which she mentions in this episode, can be purchased here. ----------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

Project Medtech
Episode 68 --- David Ferrera: Medtech Entrepreneur, Investor, Innovator and Advisor --- Author of "Innovation in Translation: How Big Ideas Really Happen"

Project Medtech

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 55:05


In this episode, David and I discuss what he is currently working on, how he builds his teams and the pillars of his companies, his book Innovation In Translation, good money vs. bad money, the strategies he has deployed to raise capital in different companies, evolution of the importance of reimbursement, the importance of IP and why you need to have a strategy, and more. David Ferrera LinkedIn Innovation in Translation Book Duane Mancini LinkedIn Project Medtech LinkedIn Project Medtech Website

Required Reading
Beowulf (Seamus Heaney Translation)

Required Reading

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 72:57


This episode, we have flashbacks to reading aloud in 9th grade over the pronounciation of Hrothgar or Geat, Geet, Ge-at, or whatever….Grundle. Sigh, dude kills a monster, his mother, and a dragon. Enjoy the discussion with Mike Carroll, enjoy the book! Great read! Please rate us where ever you read it and thanks!

The Bearded Mystic Podcast
Thoughts on The Bhagavad Gita (Chapter 2: Verse 31 - Verse 38)

The Bearded Mystic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 45:48


In this episode, The Bearded Mystic Podcast discusses the 2nd chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, specifically verses 31 - 38. Shri Krishna summarizes for Arjuna how to approach the war. He is given two outcomes if he loses the battles and dies or if he is victorious. Balance is the key in this message.Translation used: The Bhagavad Gita Comes Alive: A Radical Translation by Jeffrey Armstrong https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08L1FGCJJ/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_DNA2SCWKGQ692DJFF6D4 I hope you enjoyed listening to the 9th episode of the Thoughts on The Bhagavad Gita and if you are interested in listening to more episodes like this on further chapters and verses, please follow/subscribe to this Podcast.If you have any questions on what you listened to today, please contact me through social media or email, details provided below.Please rate and write a review for this Podcast, it will be greatly appreciated.New episodes will be available every Sunday.You can listen or watch the Podcast on various  streaming platforms. You can find them here: https://linktr.ee/thebeardedmysticpodcastJoin The Bearded Mystic Podcast Club on Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/bearded-mystic-podcastYou can follow me and contact me on social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeardedmysticpodcast/TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdk3HPJh/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBeardedMysticPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bearded_mysticFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Bearded-Mystic-PodcastE-mail: beardedmysticpodcast @ gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebeardedmysticpodcast)

Dermot & Dave
The Irish Translation For Jellyfish Will Blow Your Mind

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 10:44


The Irish language, broken down, is very very peculiar. For example, the literal translation for Jellyfish is Seal Snot! [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/11/12124048/Manchan-Magan-Podcast.mp3"][/audio] Did you know that ladybird as Gaeilge means ‘God's Little Cow'? There are loads of incredible words in the Irish language to describe the animals we see around us. In his new book ‘Tree Dogs, Banshee Fingers and Other Irish Words for Nature', author Manchán Magan explores the background to some of the words you might be familiar with, and shares with us, some that you might not be. Speaking to Dermot and Dave, Manchán chatted about his love for the Irish language and how Duolingo has gotten thousands of people speaking our native language. You can catch the chat by clicking play above.

Design Mind frogcast
The Magic of Storytelling

Design Mind frogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 22:30


There is always a little magic behind every great design.  On this episode of the Design Mind frogcast, we're joined by Dave Lankford, VP of Product for Global Consumer Engagement at Disney Streaming (Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+ and Star+) to talk about what it means to design products that tell stories. Designing streaming platforms for a brand with as large a footprint as Disney is no small feat, but luckily Dave and his global team are well-prepared for the task. At Disney Streaming, human empathy and machine intelligence play a critical role in the mission of storytelling. Dave discusses the importance of empowering creative, collaborative teams, how the improvisation technique “Yes, and” leads to innovative ideas, and what it takes to connect users with stories across vastly different regions, cultures and languages.Brought to you by frog, a global creative consultancy. frog is part of Capgemini Invent. (https://www.frogdesign.com)Find episode transcripts and relevant info (https://www.frogdesign.com/designmind/design-mind-frogcast-ep-17-the-magic-of-storytelling/)Download the frog report 'Convergent Transformation' (https://www.frogdesign.com/designmind/real-transformation-and-disruption-takes-convergent-design)Audio Production: Richard Canham, Lizard Media (https://www.lizardmedia.co.uk/)

Science Vs
Killer Asteroids: NASA Strikes Back

Science Vs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 35:48


[REBROADCAST] Asteroids! In just two weeks, NASA plans to launch a first-of-its-kind mission to try to move an asteroid off its path. If it works, this could be a huge breakthrough in protecting us from runaway space rocks. So we've updated this episode from a few years ago, where we talked about how serious this asteroid threat is — and some of the other ways we might fight back. We speak with asteroid researcher Dr. Alan Harris, astrophysicist Dr. Sergey Zamozdra, computational physicist Dr. Cathy Plesko, and physicist Dr. Andy Cheng.  Check out our transcript here: https://bit.ly/3CZfThv  This episode was produced by Wendy Zukerman and Lexi Krupp, with help from Michelle Dang, Meryl Horn and Rose Rimler. We're edited by Caitlin Kenney and Blythe Terrell. Fact checking by Michelle Harris and Ekedi Fausther-Keeys. Mix and sound design by Peter Leonard and Bumi Hidaka. Music written by Peter Leonard, Bobby Lord, Bumi Hidaka and Emma Munger. Recording assistance from Verónica Zaragovia, Sofi LaLonde, Lawrence Lanahan, and Kevin Caners. Translation help from Andrew Urodov and Dmitriy Tuchin. A big thanks to all the scientists we spoke to: Dr. Carrie Nugent, Dr. Mark Boslough, Dr. David Kring, Dr. Daniel Durda, Dr. Kelly Fast and the other Dr. Alan Harris. And thanks to the Zukerman family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bittersweet Life
Bittersweet Moment #128: How to Write a Book

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 22:43


What does it take to write a book from beginning to end? The novel-writing process probably looks very different from writer to writer, but on this mini-episode, Tiffany describes her writing process from the first seed of an idea, all the way to a completed book. The writing tools she mentions in this mini-episode are Scivener, a word-processing program designed specifically for novels and other long texts, and Save the Cat Writes a Novel, a book that outlines an ingenious strategy for plotting works of fiction. If you curious about how Tiffany landed her literary agent, listen back to Bittersweet Moment #47: How to get an agent with PitMad. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

The Virtual Memories Show
Episode 459 - Tess Lewis and Alta Price

The Virtual Memories Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 77:25


They were among the last people I recorded with before lockdown, and now translators Tess Lewis and Alta L. Price are back to talk about co-curating the Festival Neue Literatur 2021 (which runs from November 11 to 14, 2021), and how the theme they developed for the postponed 2020 edition, TURN AND FACE THE STRANGE, became even more appropriate for the pandemic era. We get into the cliffhanger of rescheduling FNL and the offsetting challenges of virtual vs. in-person author attendance, the rise of nationalism and closed borders, how literature from other languages can become the fallback to let us understand the world from another person's perspective, and the act of translating when people refer to the pandemic in the past tense. We get into the German-language authors (and two American ones) who are participating in this year's FNL — Anna Baar, Joshua Cohen, Isabel Fargo Cole, Judith Keller, Helen Phillips, Benjamin Quaderer, Sasha Marianna Salzmann, and Ivna Žic — and how their works approach questions of identity and belonging through strange means. We also get into what Tess and Alta have learned about the world and themselves over the past 20 months in Pandemia, why the seclusion of a translator's life prepped them for some of the worst of it, what themes they'd love to curate for future FNLs, and whether Hölderlin would have used DoorDash. (Listen to my 2020 episodes with Tess and Alta) • More info at our site • Support The Virtual Memories Show via Patreon or Paypal

Govcon Giants Podcast
110: Jean Ibañez Payne - A navy veteran with a passion to help people work better together

Govcon Giants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 70:00


Today's guest, Jean Ibañez Payne is the founder and owner of TI Verbatim Consulting (TIVC). Jean is a navy veteran with nearly 20 years of workforce training, culture assessments, strategic communications, program and risk management, diversity and inclusion programs TIVC  is a SBA 8a and 100% Hispanic, Service Disabled Veteran and Women Owned Small Business with three business core capabilities; Workforce Development, Translation and Interpretation and Workplace culture organization their mission is to “Help People Work Better Together”.  To be honest I didn't know what that meant in terms of a business model, but throughout the interview Ms. Ibanez Payne offers examples of how corporate and government clients use her teachings and workshops to retain great employees, win top talent, and improve the bottom line. TIVC has earned the trust of customers such as Dominion Energy in Virginia, Department of Energy, Department of Defense, Department of Treasury, Defense Logistics Agency, Department of Homeland Security, NASA and many others. What I can appreciate about her as an owner is that prior to us opening up for the interview she said to me I could ask any question that I wanted and she was not afraid to be vulnerable. Throughout the interview we discuss her morning routine, the latest Amazon purchase that made her happy, examples of translation service for the government, and life experiences that shaped her as a person and set the company on a path to success. Her firm is a GSA contract holder, Navy Seaport awardee, ISO certified and part of the SBA's exclusive 8a group. Hope you enjoy today's interview with our next Govcon Giant, Jean Ibañez Payne.

Folk Phenomenology
Music with Jaya Lakshminarayanan

Folk Phenomenology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 119:10


FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY is a podcast by Sam Rocha. This episode features an interview with vocalist and musician Jaya Lakshminarayanan on music, artists, love, and the unconscious. This episode's featured sponsor is https://revelationcablecompany.com/ (Revelation Cable Company), an exceptional custom cable, PA, and pedalboard solutions in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY: SEASON ONE will air every Tuesday from July 6 to November 16, 2021. Please follow the http://jdn.app/fp (show) on your favorite app or platform and share it on social media; here is the http://jdn.app/fp (universal link). THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: https://wipfandstock.com/ (Wipf and Stock Publishers) https://www.juandiegonetwork.com/ (Juan Diego Network) https://giveusthisday.org/?utm_source=folk (Give Us This Day) https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/ (Commonweal Magazine) https://christiansocialism.com/ (Institute for Christian Socialism) https://solidarityhall.org/ (Solidarity Hall) https://revelationcablecompany.com/ (Revelation Cable Company) https://www.blackcatholicmessenger.com/ (Black Catholic Messenger) https://wherepeteris.com/ (Where Peter Is) FRIENDS OF THE SHOW: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-commonweal-podcast/id1436418164 (The Commonweal Podcast) https://www.americamagazine.org/gloria-purvis-podcast (The Gloria Purvis Show) https://www.disinheritedpod.com/ (Disinherited Podcast) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6XWPTuBcXjkPoeP_MGCjug (Davood Gozli) https://www.grexly.com/uptoolate (Up Too Late with Theresa Zoe Williams) https://conversationontap.podbean.com/ (Conversation on Tap) https://anchor.fm/assembly-of-saints (Saintly Witnesses) https://kinderconservative.substack.com/ (Kinder Conservative) https://theshow.fireside.fm/ (The Show) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEtxsMx4qsoitFwjBdLU_gA (Gregory B. Sadler) https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/kush-classics/id1559483448 (Kush Classics) TIP JAR: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/samrocha (Buy Me a Coffee ) https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/samrochadotcom (PayPal ) FULL SCHEDULE: https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/trailer (June 1 | TRAILER) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/sofia (June 29 | Episode 0 | Folk Phenomenology with guest host Sofia Rocha ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/interview (July 6 | Episode 1 | The Interview ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gaffigan (July 13 | Episode 2 | The Tragicomic with Jeannie Gaffigan) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/oakes (July 20 | Episode 3 | Writing and Composition with Kaya Oakes ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/rossiter (July 27 | Episode 4 | Philosophy and Math with Sarah Hogarth Rossiter ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gurule (August 3 | Episode 5 | Abolition and Immigration with Sophia Gurule ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/zuleta-goldberg (August 10 | Episode 6 | Liberation Theology with Vanesa Zuleta Goldberg) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/addington (August 17 | Episode 7 | Translation with Catherine Addington)  https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/guerra (August 24 | Episode 8 | El Ser y la Persona con Rodrigo Guerra) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/akalegebere (August 31 | Episode 9 | Powerlifting with Ogechi Akalegebere ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/christian (September 7 | Episode 10 | Black Lives with Rebecca Christian ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/purvis (September 14 | Episode 11 | Racism and Black Joy with Gloria Purvis) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/debate-delight (September 21 | Episode 12 | Debate and Delight) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/gray (September 28 | Episode 13 | Debating Critical Race Theory with David Gray ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/crt-cst (October 5 | Episode 14 | Critical Race Theory or Catholic Social Teaching?) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/wolfe (October 12 | Episode 15 | Augustine and Historical Fiction with Suzanne Wolfe ) https://fp.captivate.fm/episode/harris Support this podcast

The Liturgy of the Hours: Sing the Hours
11.9.21 Vespers, Tuesday Evening Prayer

The Liturgy of the Hours: Sing the Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Vespers, Evening Prayer for the 32nd Tuesday in Ordinary Time, November 9th, 2021, feast of the Dedication of the Basilica of John Lateran. Thanks for praying with us, for inquiries, requests, feedback, please email singthehours@gmail.com. To support this work, visit www.patreon.com/singthehours. or venmo @singthhours for direct contributions. Deus in Adjutorium Hymn: "Plasmator Hominis Deus," (English) St. Gregory the Great (pg. 205 in the Liber Hymnarius), Translation by John David Chambers (1803-1893), Tune from Hymnal for the Hours by Fr. Samuel Weber Psalm 46 Psalm 122 Canticle: See Revelation 19v1-7 Reading: Revelation 21v2-3, 22, 27 Responsory: Blessed are they who dwell in your house, O Lord. The Magnificat (English, Tone 8) Intercessions: Remember your Church, Lord. The Lord’s Prayer Concluding Prayers Salve Regina The Liturgy of the Hours (Four Volumes), ©1974, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved. Readings and Old and New Testament Canticles (except the Gospel Canticles) are from the New American Bible © 1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C.

The Bittersweet Life
Episode 401: The Three (by Matthew P. Woerner)

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 41:27


Today we present a special radio drama, The Three, created by our friends over at AudioImagination77. After the listener response of their earlier show, After Midnight, which we aired back on Episode 346, we have decided to air their most recent production, a chilling true crime drama. Even more intriguing? The script of The Three comes from the pen of our very own Katy Sewall, written back in her early 20s, and edited by her old friend Matthew Woerner. So pour yourself a warm drink, get comfortable, and let your imagination take you away.  Created by Matthew P. Woerner and AudioImagination77. Listen to Episode 346: After Midnight to hear their earlier show. ----------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS
Losing Belly Fat May Save Your Life, Italian Researchers Find

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 27:18


A series of new studies find fat spill over from abdominal fat stores compromises liver and lung function, increasing risk of serious illness and death. Translation: losing belly fat and improving metabolic health should be a top priority for you. We discuss the details. Support Sleep and Relaxation this updated Myo Relax by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://bit.ly/Inositol-theanine-magnesium-drink Save with code podcast at checkout Links to research and Video: https://bit.ly/3wk4beJ Blood work cheat sheet: https://bit.ly/3dyy4zM Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 5:55 Visceral Fat Study from Italy 6:34 Fat Embolism Syndrome (FES) and C*19 7:17 Overlap with Severe Disease and FES 7:58 Leptin, Overfilled Dead Fat Cells 9:04 Details of this new study 14:41 Sleep and Stress are important 15:36 Stressed Fat Cells Leak Lipids 19:26 Overfilled fat cells harm liver, lungs 20:52 Obesity, Insulin resistance and fat-cell leakage

Christian Center Shreveport
Shabbat Shalom: ”Supernatural Translation”

Christian Center Shreveport

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 16:13


We see in the book of Acts that God supernaturally translated Philip from one location to another.  In today's supernatural testimony we hear a modern day story of this same type of translation.  Listen in and be encouraged.  

Modern Family Matters
Perdido en la Traducción: Exploring the Benefits of Hiring a Spanish Speaking Attorney for Your Family Law Case

Modern Family Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 34:27


Join us as we sit down with Attorney, Alan Nieczyporuk, and Billing Manager, Claudia Preciado, to discuss how hiring a bilingual attorney can help Spanish-speaking clients avoid misunderstandings with their attorney when discussing legal, financial and other personal matters within their case. This interview is discussed in both English and Spanish, and explores the following topics:•    Why it's important for a law firm to have a Spanish Speaking attorney available for representation. •    Why it's important for a client to consider a bilingual Spanish speaking attorney when navigating divorce, separation, custody, and other family law matters. •    How having an attorney who speaks your first language can not only help to develop trust, but result in better legal services. •    The benefits of reducing the need for interpretation services and translators in a legal case. •    Why problems can be multiplied when translating legal terminology, and how a Spanish-speaking attorney can help ensure important information isn't lost in translation.  Estaremos conversando con el Abogado Nieczyporuk y especialista de facturación Claudia Preciado, acerca de como el contratar a un abogado bilingüe, puede ayudar a las personas que hablan español, a evitar confusión y malentendidos, al discutir detalles de sus asuntos legales, económicos y personales. Esta entrevista sera en Ingles y Español. Alan estará hablando de los siguientes temas:  •    ¿Porque es importante que firmas de abogados tengan un abogado que hable español en su equipo? •    ¿Porque es importante que los clientes consideren un abogado bilingüe en su caso de lo familiar, ya sea divorcio, separación o un caso de custodia? •    ¿Come es que contratar a un abogado que hable tu idioma puede ayudar a crear una mejor experiencia y mejores resultados en su asunto legal? •    Los beneficios de no necesitar un traductor en su asunto legal •    Cuales son algunos de los problemas o imprevistos que pueden resultar al traducir terminología legal, y como es que un abogado que hable español puede evitar que informacion importante no se pierda al traducirse. If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.

ESV: M'Cheyne Reading Plan
November 4: 2 Kings 17; Titus 3; Psalms 129–131; Hosea 10

ESV: M'Cheyne Reading Plan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 13:20


With family: 2 Kings 17; Titus 3 2 Kings 17 (Listen) Hoshea Reigns in Israel 17 In the twelfth year of Ahaz king of Judah, Hoshea the son of Elah began to reign in Samaria over Israel, and he reigned nine years. 2 And he did what was evil in the sight of the LORD, yet not as the kings of Israel who were before him. 3 Against him came up Shalmaneser king of Assyria. And Hoshea became his vassal and paid him tribute. 4 But the king of Assyria found treachery in Hoshea, for he had sent messengers to So, king of Egypt, and offered no tribute to the king of Assyria, as he had done year by year. Therefore the king of Assyria shut him up and bound him in prison. 5 Then the king of Assyria invaded all the land and came to Samaria, and for three years he besieged it. The Fall of Israel 6 In the ninth year of Hoshea, the king of Assyria captured Samaria, and he carried the Israelites away to Assyria and placed them in Halah, and on the Habor, the river of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes. Exile Because of Idolatry 7 And this occurred because the people of Israel had sinned against the LORD their God, who had brought them up out of the land of Egypt from under the hand of Pharaoh king of Egypt, and had feared other gods 8 and walked in the customs of the nations whom the LORD drove out before the people of Israel, and in the customs that the kings of Israel had practiced. 9 And the people of Israel did secretly against the LORD their God things that were not right. They built for themselves high places in all their towns, from watchtower to fortified city. 10 They set up for themselves pillars and Asherim on every high hill and under every green tree, 11 and there they made offerings on all the high places, as the nations did whom the LORD carried away before them. And they did wicked things, provoking the LORD to anger, 12 and they served idols, of which the LORD had said to them, “You shall not do this.” 13 Yet the LORD warned Israel and Judah by every prophet and every seer, saying, “Turn from your evil ways and keep my commandments and my statutes, in accordance with all the Law that I commanded your fathers, and that I sent to you by my servants the prophets.” 14 But they would not listen, but were stubborn, as their fathers had been, who did not believe in the LORD their God. 15 They despised his statutes and his covenant that he made with their fathers and the warnings that he gave them. They went after false idols and became false, and they followed the nations that were around them, concerning whom the LORD had commanded them that they should not do like them. 16 And they abandoned all the commandments of the LORD their God, and made for themselves metal images of two calves; and they made an Asherah and worshiped all the host of heaven and served Baal. 17 And they burned their sons and their daughters as offerings1 and used divination and omens and sold themselves to do evil in the sight of the LORD, provoking him to anger. 18 Therefore the LORD was very angry with Israel and removed them out of his sight. None was left but the tribe of Judah only. 19 Judah also did not keep the commandments of the LORD their God, but walked in the customs that Israel had introduced. 20 And the LORD rejected all the descendants of Israel and afflicted them and gave them into the hand of plunderers, until he had cast them out of his sight. 21 When he had torn Israel from the house of David, they made Jeroboam the son of Nebat king. And Jeroboam drove Israel from following the LORD and made them commit great sin. 22 The people of Israel walked in all the sins that Jeroboam did. They did not depart from them, 23 until the LORD removed Israel out of his sight, as he had spoken by all his servants the prophets. So Israel was exiled from their own land to Assyria until this day. Assyria Resettles Samaria 24 And the king of Assyria brought people from Babylon, Cuthah, Avva, Hamath, and Sepharvaim, and placed them in the cities of Samaria instead of the people of Israel. And they took possession of Samaria and lived in its cities. 25 And at the beginning of their dwelling there, they did not fear the LORD. Therefore the LORD sent lions among them, which killed some of them. 26 So the king of Assyria was told, “The nations that you have carried away and placed in the cities of Samaria do not know the law of the god of the land. Therefore he has sent lions among them, and behold, they are killing them, because they do not know the law of the god of the land.” 27 Then the king of Assyria commanded, “Send there one of the priests whom you carried away from there, and let him2 go and dwell there and teach them the law of the god of the land.” 28 So one of the priests whom they had carried away from Samaria came and lived in Bethel and taught them how they should fear the LORD. 29 But every nation still made gods of its own and put them in the shrines of the high places that the Samaritans had made, every nation in the cities in which they lived. 30 The men of Babylon made Succoth-benoth, the men of Cuth made Nergal, the men of Hamath made Ashima, 31 and the Avvites made Nibhaz and Tartak; and the Sepharvites burned their children in the fire to Adrammelech and Anammelech, the gods of Sepharvaim. 32 They also feared the LORD and appointed from among themselves all sorts of people as priests of the high places, who sacrificed for them in the shrines of the high places. 33 So they feared the LORD but also served their own gods, after the manner of the nations from among whom they had been carried away. 34 To this day they do according to the former manner. They do not fear the LORD, and they do not follow the statutes or the rules or the law or the commandment that the LORD commanded the children of Jacob, whom he named Israel. 35 The LORD made a covenant with them and commanded them, “You shall not fear other gods or bow yourselves to them or serve them or sacrifice to them, 36 but you shall fear the LORD, who brought you out of the land of Egypt with great power and with an outstretched arm. You shall bow yourselves to him, and to him you shall sacrifice. 37 And the statutes and the rules and the law and the commandment that he wrote for you, you shall always be careful to do. You shall not fear other gods, 38 and you shall not forget the covenant that I have made with you. You shall not fear other gods, 39 but you shall fear the LORD your God, and he will deliver you out of the hand of all your enemies.” 40 However, they would not listen, but they did according to their former manner. 41 So these nations feared the LORD and also served their carved images. Their children did likewise, and their children's children—as their fathers did, so they do to this day. Footnotes [1] 17:17 Or made their sons and their daughters pass through the fire [2] 17:27 Syriac, Vulgate; Hebrew them (ESV) Titus 3 (Listen) Be Ready for Every Good Work 3 Remind them to be submissive to rulers and authorities, to be obedient, to be ready for every good work, 2 to speak evil of no one, to avoid quarreling, to be gentle, and to show perfect courtesy toward all people. 3 For we ourselves were once foolish, disobedient, led astray, slaves to various passions and pleasures, passing our days in malice and envy, hated by others and hating one another. 4 But when the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared, 5 he saved us, not because of works done by us in righteousness, but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit, 6 whom he poured out on us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, 7 so that being justified by his grace we might become heirs according to the hope of eternal life. 8 The saying is trustworthy, and I want you to insist on these things, so that those who have believed in God may be careful to devote themselves to good works. These things are excellent and profitable for people. 9 But avoid foolish controversies, genealogies, dissensions, and quarrels about the law, for they are unprofitable and worthless. 10 As for a person who stirs up division, after warning him once and then twice, have nothing more to do with him, 11 knowing that such a person is warped and sinful; he is self-condemned. Final Instructions and Greetings 12 When I send Artemas or Tychicus to you, do your best to come to me at Nicopolis, for I have decided to spend the winter there. 13 Do your best to speed Zenas the lawyer and Apollos on their way; see that they lack nothing. 14 And let our people learn to devote themselves to good works, so as to help cases of urgent need, and not be unfruitful. 15 All who are with me send greetings to you. Greet those who love us in the faith. Grace be with you all. (ESV) In private: Psalms 129–131; Hosea 10 Psalms 129–131 (Listen) They Have Afflicted Me from My Youth A Song of Ascents. 129   “Greatly1 have they afflicted me from my youth”—    let Israel now say—2   “Greatly have they afflicted me from my youth,    yet they have not prevailed against me.3   The plowers plowed upon my back;    they made long their furrows.”4   The LORD is righteous;    he has cut the cords of the wicked.5   May all who hate Zion    be put to shame and turned backward!6   Let them be like the grass on the housetops,    which withers before it grows up,7   with which the reaper does not fill his hand    nor the binder of sheaves his arms,8   nor do those who pass by say,    “The blessing of the LORD be upon you!    We bless you in the name of the LORD!” My Soul Waits for the Lord A Song of Ascents. 130   Out of the depths I cry to you, O LORD!2     O Lord, hear my voice!  Let your ears be attentive    to the voice of my pleas for mercy! 3   If you, O LORD, should mark iniquities,    O Lord, who could stand?4   But with you there is forgiveness,    that you may be feared. 5   I wait for the LORD, my soul waits,    and in his word I hope;6   my soul waits for the Lord    more than watchmen for the morning,    more than watchmen for the morning. 7   O Israel, hope in the LORD!    For with the LORD there is steadfast love,    and with him is plentiful redemption.8   And he will redeem Israel    from all his iniquities. I Have Calmed and Quieted My Soul A Song of Ascents. Of David. 131   O LORD, my heart is not lifted up;    my eyes are not raised too high;  I do not occupy myself with things    too great and too marvelous for me.2   But I have calmed and quieted my soul,    like a weaned child with its mother;    like a weaned child is my soul within me. 3   O Israel, hope in the LORD    from this time forth and forevermore. Footnotes [1] 129:1 Or Often; also verse 2 (ESV) Hosea 10 (Listen) 10   Israel is a luxuriant vine    that yields its fruit.  The more his fruit increased,    the more altars he built;  as his country improved,    he improved his pillars.2   Their heart is false;    now they must bear their guilt.  The LORD1 will break down their altars    and destroy their pillars. 3   For now they will say:    “We have no king,  for we do not fear the LORD;    and a king—what could he do for us?”4   They utter mere words;    with empty2 oaths they make covenants;  so judgment springs up like poisonous weeds    in the furrows of the field.5   The inhabitants of Samaria tremble    for the calf3 of Beth-aven.  Its people mourn for it, and so do its idolatrous priests—    those who rejoiced over it and over its glory—    for it has departed4 from them.6   The thing itself shall be carried to Assyria    as tribute to the great king.5  Ephraim shall be put to shame,    and Israel shall be ashamed of his idol.6 7   Samaria's king shall perish    like a twig on the face of the waters.8   The high places of Aven, the sin of Israel,    shall be destroyed.  Thorn and thistle shall grow up    on their altars,  and they shall say to the mountains, “Cover us,”    and to the hills, “Fall on us.” 9   From the days of Gibeah, you have sinned, O Israel;    there they have continued.    Shall not the war against the unjust7 overtake them in Gibeah?10   When I please, I will discipline them,    and nations shall be gathered against them    when they are bound up for their double iniquity. 11   Ephraim was a trained calf    that loved to thresh,    and I spared her fair neck;  but I will put Ephraim to the yoke;    Judah must plow;    Jacob must harrow for himself.12   Sow for yourselves righteousness;    reap steadfast love;    break up your fallow ground,  for it is the time to seek the LORD,    that he may come and rain righteousness upon you. 13   You have plowed iniquity;    you have reaped injustice;    you have eaten the fruit of lies.  Because you have trusted in your own way    and in the multitude of your warriors,14   therefore the tumult of war shall arise among your people,    and all your fortresses shall be destroyed,  as Shalman destroyed Beth-arbel on the day of battle;    mothers were dashed in pieces with their children.15   Thus it shall be done to you, O Bethel,    because of your great evil.  At dawn the king of Israel    shall be utterly cut off. Footnotes [1] 10:2 Hebrew He [2] 10:4 Or vain (see Exodus 20:7) [3] 10:5 Or calves [4] 10:5 Or has gone into exile [5] 10:6 Or to King Jareb [6] 10:6 Or counsel [7] 10:9 Hebrew the children of injustice (ESV)

The Bittersweet Life
Bittersweet Moment #127: Listening to the World

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 10:13


How often do you stop and listen to the world? Just stop and listen. How often do you take the time to notice the sounds around you, birds, wind blowing in the trees, people's conversation, or even your own footsteps as you walk through your neighborhood. If you're like Katy, not only do you listen to the world around you on a daily basis, but often you record it as well. Over the last nearly two years, Katy has compiled a collection of sounds she has captured. On this mini-episode, she listens back to those sounds to make sense of the past two years. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

Ideas from CBC Radio (Highlights)
Shakespeare in Translation

Ideas from CBC Radio (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 54:08


Translation is a form of “resurrection,” argues Canadian scholar Irena Makaryk. And in the 400 years since Shakespeare shuffled off this mortal coil, he has been resurrected too many times to count. In the final instalment of this year's IDEAS at Stratford, we consider what's lost in translation, what's found, and how translation can shine a new light on the ideas in a familiar story.

Hey YA
105.5: Hey YA Extra Credit: Diverse Titles in Translation

Hey YA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 13:15


Erica discusses YA novels from all over the world— a few of which have won awards— that have been translated into English. Follow the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. To get even more YA news and recommendations, sign up for our What's Up in YA newsletter! This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. SHOW NOTES Almond by Won-pyung Sohn, from South Korea Wondrous Journeys in Strange Lands by Sonia Nimr, from Palestine The Other Side by Juan Pablo Villalobos, from Mexico Here the Whole Timeby Vitor Martins, from Brazil Ayaby Marguerite Abouet, from the Ivory Coast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MacMost - Mac, iPhone and iPad How-To Videos
Using macOS System-Wide Translation (MacMost #2565)

MacMost - Mac, iPhone and iPad How-To Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021


View in HD at . A new feature in macOS Monterey is the ability to translate text that you select. This works in apps like Safari, Mail, Pages and more. It even works with text in images.

The Bittersweet Life
Episode 400: A Dark and Deathly Month

The Bittersweet Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 40:38


Lots of people pack up the ghostly decor come November, but in truth, November is the real month of the dead, starting with All Saints' Day on the first and All Souls on the second. (Halloween is really only the preview.) On this ghostly episode, we chat about the origins of halloween and how they are connected to more religions than you might expect. We also share a few ghost stories that were shared by some of our listeners during our recent live virtual meet-up event for our Patreon supporters and long-time donors. Tiffany also tells the story of one of Rome's most famous ghosts (this time it's not Beatrice Cenci!). The book Tiffany talks about on this episode is Mistress of the Vatican by Eleanor Herman.  ----------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!

Mac OS Ken
Mac OS Ken: 10.26.2021

Mac OS Ken

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 18:05


- As Promised, Everything Apple Gets an Update - MacRumors Looks at a Few SharePlay Enabled Apps - Fitness+ Gets SharePlay Ahead of Global Expansion - Apple One Premier Hits 17 More Countries Next Wednesday - iOS 15.1 Lets iPhone 13 Pro/Max Owners Turn "Auto Macro" Off - Changes for Home, Translation, Shortcuts, and More in iOS/iPadOS Updates - iOS 15.1 Lets Users Put COVID-19 Vaccine Cards in Apple Wallet - Apple Releases macOS 12.0.1 Monterey - 9 to 5 Mac Weighs Pros and Cons of Updating to Monterey - Apple Releases Security-Focused macOS Big Sur 11.6.1 - Apple Releases watchOS 8.1 - Apple Updates HomePod Software - Apple Releases tvOS 15.1 - Apple TV+ and Apple TV 4K Heading to South Korea Next Week - Upstart - Fair & fast personal loans. Learn more and check your rate at Upstart.com/macosken. - Comet Backup - a fast, flexible backup platform for business and IT providers! Get a $50 free credit when use promo code MACOSKEN at cometbackup.com. - Power what we do next for as little as $1 a month. Join the Mac OS Ken Test Kitchen at Patreon at Patreon.com/macosken - Send me an email: info@macosken.com or call (716)780-4080!