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"am" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"am" Discussed on Hysteria

"No joke has ever landed. And it's just cringe. Somebody who I think during debates, I was like, oh my gosh, she is more powerful than I ever imagined. Senator Amy Klobuchar. Has a hundred she is like completely in touch with how other people see her and plays with it. And completely agree. And that inoculates her to being, yeah, like she eat her salad with a shoe or something. It was a comb. A allegedly. I think when whenever I see politicians eat food that they're clearly not accustomed to eating, is the funniest cringiest thing ever. And they act like here I am at my favorite down home taco joint and you're like, you've never once eaten a taco, have you? They Giada De Laurentiis. Oh yeah, Giada De Laurentiis over pronouncing things and like, yes, sticking her teeth out, biting it just ever so neatly. Again, not cringe. Ina garten, just owns it. Nope, yeah, not cringe ina garten is not cringe Giada is cringe. She is cringe. Bernie Sanders not cringe. Ted Cruz is a hundred pounds of cringe. He is just. Is there a Republican who's not cringe? Is there a single Republican? Well, there's like a difference. I'm not sure if they're cringe or they're just fucking terrible. Do you know what I mean? But Kamala Harris sometimes a little cringe. Yeah, chuck grassley sometimes not cringe. 'cause he's such a weird old man that it's just like, oh, he just doesn't care. He doesn't know how to do anything but be a weird iowan. And that's just what he is. But sometimes he is. But like even God bless her, like AOC has had a crunch. She's got her cringe moment. It's like the way you are talking about you having to jump over the canyon. I think the main purpose of cringe is like right now, I feel like Jen Z are looking at cringe as that sort of like polished girl boss aesthetic where it's like the only way to not be cringe is like not care. Where it's like now the most cringe is like seeing the effort and seeing the strings really desperately trying that resonates with me. Yeah. Yeah, they got your number. They got your number hard. If you're trying to be anything, you know, above your station. Every time you do anything where you're trying to come off a smarter, cooler, funnier, prettier, or sexier, anything than you imagine that you yourself are. They got your number. Right. The tagline for cringe is, oh, you think you're better than me? Oh, you think you're better than me? I mean, I think about you see it in fashion too. Billie Eilish being a fashion icon. And she's so effortlessly cool. She clearly puts work into how she looks, but it looks like she couldn't be anything but what she is. But she doesn't act like she doesn't care she's not offended by things. She doesn't act like she's she's like that hurt my feelings and I think they can just, I think Gen Z can just smell an authenticity in my way. The authenticity. That's it. I think it's definitely an authenticity. What's the cringiest thing that you do currently?.

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"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:14 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"It means to prepare yourself for battle. It also, we've just had a long list of words for mucking about or trifling about. It could mean that as well, Jonathan Swift used it to mean to fuss about the room to busy oneself if you like. So many, many meanings, but they all seem to go back to this idea of kind of girding yourself and getting ready for something. The one meaning that he mentions that I've not heard of is vomiting. And actually the sex as well. I've not heard of either of those, but you know I guess if you take it to its n-th degree, I can get the sex reference. I don't really get the alcoholic reference. So if any purple people have heard federal leaves in this way, then do let us know. You just mentioned n-th degree. Why is it the n-th degree as opposed to the n-th degree or the X degree or the Z degree? Yeah, very good point. I think because and in maths is an unspecified number, isn't it? It's a variable number, which is why for the n-th time is kind of similar to umpteen, and if you remember umpteen comes from idioms in Morse code for a dash. So again, something sort of unspecified. So I think that's where it comes from the kind of mathematical formula. I love it. I love the way I throw things out and she knows instantly. Doesn't have to look it up is just there and that extraordinary brain of hers. You're remarkable Susie dent. Have you got three special words with which to launch ourselves into 2022?.

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"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:39 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"Years. I've not heard it before because I love it. I think it's sad. What do you say it's from the 16th century? Yeah, pick a salad. Play the wanton fiddle daunt peddle valley petal pingle puddle, thrum caps, and I'm only at the 16th century at this point. Obviously, we've been doing this for a very long time. It's read all those words again, slowly, it's a poem. Trifle loiter, tiff, titl, pick a salad, play the wanton, fiddle, daunt, pedal, dally, pickle, pingle, puddle, thrum caps, bobble, meat, powder, dabble, fan fruit, dawdle, tittle, pedal, gamma, quid, muddle, needle, poke, fall, Potter, putter, shuffle, piffle, muck about tinker, fool around, slumach, Moodle, fart about plower, ask about frig boondoggle, screw around, bugger about piss about dick about jerk about far tasks, fanny around, slop, dork, twat about or back to dick about. And the historical system. I felt that my wife was in the background saying, that's your autobiography Giles. You need to print it up. We'll have it on a tea towel. That's fantastic. What a list of words. The language is so poetic and expressive, isn't it? Yeah, I mood. I'd forgotten about muddling. It's beautiful, it's dawdling aimlessly to Moodle. I love to nipple natural to be a quid. I love all those words. Oh, Susie dent. I mean, I think it's lunch time now. So should we call it a day for today? If you want to hear about afternoon words and evening words, you'll have to wait for another episode of something rhymes with purple because we've thought about quite enough for today. We love your contributions and their key to something rhymes with purple and thank you purple people from around the world for keeping in touch. And the first letter is from Chris Cullen, and he's inquiring about a very interesting word. He kindly says the show is essential listening, especially when I'm working in my photography darkroom. In a recent episode, listen asked if there was a name for pre dawn light. Well, this is a good day for her asking about this. I remember my grandmother referring to it as light. I grew up in Edinburgh, but my grandmother born in 1906 was from Harrogate. Any ideas about the origin of dimsey and dim silly light? While I was intrigued to hear from Chris that actually, his grandmother came from Harrogate because I've only really heard dimpy from the southwest and particularly from Devon, so it's always in the top 5 of my favorite dialect words..

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"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"Okay, we've got our wigs on. We've got our slap on, we're ready to go out into the world of where commuters were commute what's commuting, coming and going? Commute actually goes back to a commutation ticket and a commutation ticket is one that you would buy commutation meaning cutting short if you like, IE discounted. So that was a commutation ticket. And it meant that you traveled regularly. So you would be charged accordingly. And also commutator in Latin meant to exchange to give one thing in exchange for another. Your commute to work, you get to work if you're working that day. And if you're working in a huge office block, you now have these ridiculous lifts where you have to choose the floor you're going to before. When you summon the lift, and then it tells you which lift you to ever come across these lifts. You can't change your mind. And now I agree that BBC have these, don't they? And they have different music and depending on which lift you go in. So they will already be playing the radio station that you're about to visit. It's very cool. But yes, you go up in the left or you climb the stairs if you are feeling energetic. And it kind of depends whether or not you are on time or whether you're kind of rushing to get there and yet want to look as if you're not rushing at all. And there's a lovely Italian word actually, which is called giving a German pronunciation a sprezzatura, and put as a tour is total nonchalance. So it's a kind of casual nonchalance that you threw everything together and yet you look absolutely immaculate and even though you've been kind of rushing and scurrying behind the scenes you turn up and just look as cool as anything that in Italian is yours, but that's a tour. People no longer clock in do they or maybe they do still in factories, I don't know. But that was to do with them. I'm not sure. Clocking in is literally putting a card into a clock. Yes, and then you sit down at your desk, as you say, a lot of them will be at home these days. And it depends what you do. You might all or fragile two words meaning to a look as if you're incredibly busy, but actually you're not doing very much at all. And there are so many as quid as well, which I love quid is kind of paying attention to the trivial tasks in order to avoid the important ones. Oh, yeah. I'm so guilty of that. At the beginning of the day, I do all the easy emails and postponed the difficult stuff. That's called quid, quid. Quid. Yes. I mean, the dialectic tree is absolutely full of terms for loitering. But specifically is pretending to look busy while actually not doing very much at all, but there's also nipple laffy give me nipple Napoleon. What does a nipple Netflix mean? Niff on is the same thing really is. I mean, if I was to look up farts in the dictionary, FUT zed, which is a wonderful word that sounds yiddish, doesn't it? And in fact, going back to breaking wind, it might go back to the ish farts and to break wind. But to farts is to mess about waste time, tinker with something rather than kind of get to it. So if I look in the historical thesaurus, you will find a host of words for doing exactly that to pottering or waste time in trifling activity. So you've got trifle itself, loiter, tiff or pick a salad from the 16th century. Pick a salad lay the Picasso that's been going around.

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"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"Have you done your makeup? Do you do makeup in the morning? Not a lot, if I'm honest. So maybe a bit of mascara is as bad as much as I do if I'm not going on telly. I mean, I do lots of moisturizing and the moisturizing and that kind of thing, but no, I don't slather on the foundation and things if I'm not working. Are there interesting words associated with the makeup routine? Well, just by looking in the mirror, I mean going back with me talking about idi repulsion where you just look at yourself in self loathing. But you might remember the word grog blossom, which I love. You might spot a grog blossom. If you're a drinker, which we're not really a retailer, but a grog blossom is the kind of spot that pops up in the morning because you've drunk too much or alternatively the sort of redness of the nose that comes from habitual drinking. That's a grog blossom. And then you might have some frontals, the crow's feet or the wrinkles on your face. Yeah, so it's just quite a few things that you might notice when you look in the mirror. But putting on your makeup, I don't know, do you actually wear makeup? I do quite a lot of sort of breakfast time television, and I like it because you go in there and you look a bit bleak and they add a little bit of color to your face, which I do like. But I've reached the age where actually all I need to do is smile. Because I've reached the age of I'm not smiling. This is very true, for example, of the queen, who is going to be 96 this year. Amazing. But she's got one of those faces that went in repose. It looks like grumpy. And I realized that I look quite morose. I mean, often in the street, people say, you know, shout out, cheer up, mate..

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"Can I say, that's something I'm very, very good on. I couldn't live with somebody who broke win on a regular bagel. I said that to me in my gut is so proud of her breaking wind capacity. I said, we're never going to live together. I know. She's suggested it once or twice it has. And I said, it's not going to be for me because somebody who breaks wind in is proud of it is not I'm the same. No, I'm the same. I think it's for me. I think it's the sort of convent thing. I don't know. It was just all of that. And also just being in having a sister. I never actually living with boys until I was much, much older. I just think, yeah, it's just not attractive. It's the same with people who will go in while they're partners having a bath and then sit and go to the Lou. I just got for me again complete no no. I do know that sort of thing I just ask. Horrified there. Yes, I'm listeners. We are on the screen so we can see each other. The reason we like to be on the screen is each other so we can actually see when the other ones trying to speak. So we don't speak over each other. That's the reason that we do it. But I was so horrified by the idea. I do know exactly what you mean. Absolutely not good. Anyway, that kind of gets us nicely to the morning. We are morning people and with you on that one. And I think idio repulsion aside, we probably just move and get on with our day. And what we're going to do we're going to assume it's a work day or we're going to be at home. Well, we can be out. We can be both. I work from home and increasingly, a lot of people do work from home..

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:56 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"I'm not that sort of person to, but I know that I can picture it. I'm seeing sort of Louis the 14th, Louis the 16th, having a loathe, it's a French word in origin, isn't it? And there were people. I'm like famously the British prime minister Winston Churchill, prime minister during the war in the 1950s, who liked to work in bed. He would wake up and he would dictate and you'd get the secretaries would come in and take dictation from him, and he would sit in bed smoking his cigar. I think even drinking champagne in the morning and giving his dictation, I'm not like that at all. I'm the same. I feel useless if I land around for too long. But if you're the sort of person who, I mean, you know, we're sort of straddling the whole daytime and going back to work time at the moment, aren't we? I think if you are ergo phobic, which means having a fear of work, you might invent another word that I know I've mentioned to you before does, which is a hum dudgeon, which is an imaginary illness, which makes you take to your bed. A humdrum. I love that. I love it. You text your employers text the boss saying, I'm suffering from a terrible attack of the hum dungeons. But how long has that been around? That means being under the roof all day, does it? Yes, that just means if you take a duvet day, you just take some time out and yes, essentially watch kind of books that's in bed all day and a duvet day dates back in the OED. I've just had a look to 1996. So the first mention actually is in Financial Times. It's defined, by the way, a paid days leave from work, granted it short notice for rest or recovery from stress, et cetera. First record we have here is there are days when one's mood is so sour that the only solution seems to be to stay in bed. Staff at text 100 can take a duvet day. Each employee is allowed two doze a year when they can play hockey with their employers blessing. How would that intriguing? Pretty nice, isn't it? Well, it is very nice. Getting a surprise there. I do love that when a surprise day off comes. You are due to go to speak at some conference and the conference is canceled. Suddenly, oh my gosh, there's a whole gap in that I love that because then you can catch up on things, which is fantastic. Listen, we better get beyond working and actually get about our day. What do you think? Okay, keep going. Tell us where do you want to go next? Okay. Do you wear slippers? No. I've got some slippers, but I don't wear them. In fact, curiously, I often put on shoes instead of slippers. I got house shoes as it were because we got into the habit when the children were small of taking our shoes off when we came through the front door..

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"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"The coming of the day. I love it. When day breaks, you wake up, you get out of bed. Do you have an early morning tea or early morning coffee? Cup of tea always first thing for me two cups of tea and then coffee comes a little bit later. How about you? Well, a mug of tea and I have a whole range of held a whole range of mugs, including our lovely purple mugs. I have a whole range of mugs, and I'm very fussy about the mug. My wife is even faster. She has to have a thin lip on the mug. And if inadvertently, all the mugs are in the dishwasher and then I have to wash one up because you've got to have a thin lipped mug. So the right mug is right, but I always have to also have the tea bag left in. I like to see it floating about on the top. And I always think of the movie jaws because it looks like you need to see a little sharp swing around I love all that. So that's my very, very necessary. It's important ritual, isn't it? Yes, and I need to ask you a personal question here, jars. When you wake up, are you pissed you pressed? Am I piss your breast? What does that mean? Yes. Are you absolutely dying for a pee? Oh, when I wake up, no. The reason being I've usually had one at four in the morning. I wake up. Once a night. Now this is, this is where I need calm and not only the app, but they're probably medicines, herbal remedies I could take. My only unhappy time in every 24 hours is about four in the morning. When I've woken up, been to the Lou got back into bed, it's too early to get up to read anything, et cetera and getting back to sleep..

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:12 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"I'm going to write a book, a big book, signed up a contract to a big book, and I'm really looking forward to it. And I believe in hitting the ground running. I rather envy writers of an earlier generation, people like Somerset more and no account, who would wake up very early and would start working at about 6 or 7 in the morning. And would really work until lunchtime and because then they could have a drink and a snooze and unwind for the rest of the day may be rereading the work they've done in the morning before the starting again early the next day. But I think work is a good thing. It's a great distraction, but I'm very lucky because the work I do is not what you would call real work, not actually dig holes in the ground doing anything useful. I'm just popping up on radio and television writing books, making speeches. It's more. It is more fun than fun, in my experience. You mentioned a word there and this is what the show is about language and the roots of language. You said I wouldn't use the word chilling for chilling out. I know what the expression means. But given that chilling is something cold, what's the origin of chilling? I think it's simply the idea that you just slow down. So you don't have the heat of activity. You are simply playing it cool. And cool if you're a member of being an adjective meaning, an adjective of approval, meaning great, wonderful, or just right, for a very, very long time came to the for in the jazzy of the 1940s, but actually it's been recorded since English public school days in the late 19th century. So I think it's that idea. But it's funny, isn't it? Well, should we start with waking up? Please. We start with a vocabulary of waking up. If you put on an alarm clock, I don't know if you exist within an alarm, but I do during the week. Then you are working by one of two things. One is an expert factor, which is a very old and posh term for something that wakes you up. I've never heard of that. Yes, I know. I don't think anyone's really going to use it, but it's nice to know that they had this kind of early wake-up call, even if it wasn't a digital one. Many, many centuries ago. And it's as an exploitation, is it? That's the word. It's not fun. Nothing was ex burger as in hamburgers, X pug. Yes. Yes. So you exploding exploring sleep or? Yes, your rest, I think. You are simply being roused and kind of called two actions. Do you remember that alarm itself goes back to the Italian to arms? Because it was a cry to rouse soldiers and tell them that they needed quickly to arm themselves to face an impending attack. And another thing that might wake you up is a job bully jock, which is a lovely old dialect word, a job Lee jock is something that disturbs the old domestic piece, which in my eyes is actually an alarm clock. I mean, does anyone like the sound of an alarm clock? It's just. No matter what notes you choose on your phone and I use my phone. It's never going to be a pleasant sound. So John Lee jock, I think, particularly useful when you've got small kids bouncing on your bed very early in the morning. Is there a reason why the phrase is the word is job Li jock? I think it actually was originally a job Lee cook, so it's a good job we don't say that anymore, but it was to do with a cockerel, rousing you a little bit too early in the morning..

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"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"am" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"That we have a family audience and the purple people often include some very young people, just to say that today's episode does include some language that some people may find uncomfortable or offensive. Happy new year. And welcome to something rhymes with purple. I'm Giles brandreth, and I'm joined as ever. We can weak out by my friend and the world's favorite lexicographer. It's Susie dent, Susie, happy new year to you. Happy new year. It's huge. I was lovely to see you on my.

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"am" Discussed on Jesus Stories

Jesus Stories

03:59 min | 7 months ago

"am" Discussed on Jesus Stories

"Jesus is at the feast of tabernacles in Jerusalem at the temple, he went there secretly at first, but then made his presence known with some rather pointed teaching. This teaching confuses some people in the crowd, but others hearing him believe in him. The one constant is that the religious leaders of the day attempt to trap him into saying something that they think they can use against him. And as we closed last time, these leaders had brought a woman caught in the act of adultery and sought Jesus determination as to her fate, shouldn't she be stoned as the law states? Or what? Jesus challenges the leaders in such a way that they all leave without stoning her. A Jesus also will not condemn her. If you haven't listened to that last episode, this would be a great time to step back one, and hear that exchange. Jesus then turns to the crowd, speaking these words, I am the light of the world, if you follow me, you won't have to walk in darkness because you will have the light that leads to life. This is another claim from Jesus equating himself with Jehovah God, and it ties in with the feast of tabernacles, which is still being celebrated at the beginning of the festival there was a lamp lighting ceremony, a priest would light three huge torches on a lamb stands in the women's court of the temple. During the time when the nation of Israel wandered in the desert, God lit the way at night with a pillar of light in the cloud, later through the literature of the Old Testament, God is pictured as light, now Jesus is claiming to be the light that these lamps represent. The pharisees are not buying it. You make these claims about yourself, they say, thus they are not valid. They were referencing back to a requirement in Jewish law that any claim must be established by at least two witnesses. Jesus claim was just from him only, at least that's what they think. Jesus response to their charge, these claims are valid, even though I make them about myself, for I know where I came from and where I'm going, but you don't know this about me. You judge me by human standards, but I do not judge anyone, and if I did, my judgment would be correct in every respect because I am not alone. The father who sent me is with me, your own law says that if two people agree about something, their witness is accepted as fact, I am one witness and my father who sent me is the other. Basically Jesus says that what he is saying is valid. They can't understand because they judge or they evaluate by the standards of the earth. He judges by the standard of his father, Jehovah God, who, by the way, is the other witness, since there are two witnesses, Jesus himself, and the father, Jehovah God, the testimony is indeed valid. So the religious leaders ask, where is your father? This is kind of like the first century equivalent of who's your daddy. Jesus responds by telling them that, since they don't know him, they don't know his father either. If they knew him, they'd know his father. Then John, the writer of this section of the story tells us Jesus made these statements while he was teaching in the section of the temple known as the treasury, but he was not arrested because his time had not yet come..

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"am" Discussed on Lyudmil Collection123

Lyudmil Collection123

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"am" Discussed on Lyudmil Collection123

"Hello from bulgaria. My name is luke meal. Currently i work is qa. And in my free time. I love to go to the mountain where me and my wife bottom apartment place. The place is called bounce court and fuel weeks ago we went not only me and my wife but we took our kids who is tier salt in june. He will become for years and he loved so the place. It was his first time there. A rea- went with him into the swimming pool where. I was trying to teach him hell. I'm not the best swimmer. But i really hope he will become one One better person than me one day but Think should be going step-by-step This podcast is just for testing purposes. Not trying to aging serious. Just some little talks and see i will try to oppose it in one software so in king create my own podcast after the town to some tasting. Inaudible i so as i said. He's only for testing purposes. And if some of these listen. Inca these audio please. Saddam laugh too much. I'm just trying to complete the whole meets with some random information in. That's okay here are the two minutes thank you..

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"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

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"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

"That i realized that i could no longer believe that i was in charge of my life. But that he was and that now as i sat back narking you for a week or so thoughts flooding my mind about everything that had happened in the past seven or eight years prior to this decision and how it was leading me to that moment to let go of the reins and let god take charge to believe that. He had a greater plan for me. That i could ever fathom and there's nothing that i could do to stop it and alter it or control it it. It was in that moment that i had the greatest sense of relief. The biggest sigh of relief that came from was when i realized it had nothing to do with me and everything to do with him and that i was just to go though path that he had chosen and make the best of it and that he had my back. That moment was the most frene moment of my life. it will be one on. Never forget as you could tell chokes me up still today when i tell it and i decided that it needed to be hurt because there are so many of you out there. That are struggling. That i have to share faith because it would do him wrong if fight in tell you how he worked through me and works in me every day and i think i never ever ever envisioned me doing a podcast and here i am. I never envisioned myself trying to be a part in helping. Other people grow and get through their amputation or their struggles. Like i am today in in whatever capacity and right now social media. But like i said this week i got to speak to a women's bible group about my faith journey and what it's meant for me and i think that another door is now opening as i meet new people and i share my story. I wanted you my listeners. To hear this and i hope that for one you it makes a difference in your life. I don't know whether or not you're believers or not i. I have to know that everyone believes in something something greater than themselves but we sometimes forget that but whatever your belief. My story holds true for me. That is where my journey is going. And i really hope that maybe it. It affects one touches. You inspires you to dig deeper to figure out who you are what you believe what you want in life. I would say that my call to action for you. Today is to just be to sit with your own thoughts and think of the possibilities. Maybe you're christian and if you are one thing that we tend to fail that is believing that god always has you This just part of being human in god knows that we can turn to him and turn away from him and turn to him and turn away from him a million times in our life but he still loves you. he still loves me. He wants us to trust him. Jesus wants a friendship with us..

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"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

"Which i didn't know then i was not prepared and when i signed up prepared maybe my faith hadn't been built up enough or my strength and my mental game or emotional game but whatever it was am i can tell you that god knew without a doubt that i wasn't ready that time. That's why didn't happen during those surgeries. But that was always in the back of my mind. When i talk to this pastor. I had explained to her that i was really freaking out the next surgery because i'm really knew that this was an opportunity for that to happen and i just couldn't imagine my life that way and was really what god had planned for me because it just i couldn't. I couldn't believe that. I mean i wanted to get back to skiing and i only knew how to ski with two legs and even then hard Walking and hiking. How could i possibly lose my well. Obviously i went through that surgery. And i came out with ten toes and two full legs So wasn't meant to be. I also add moments. Where i knew god was speaking to me because he had sent me to several different doctors to discuss amputation. And i had the gamut of your. You're in the right place from one doctor and we can do it when you're ready. No pressure another doctor. Who said you know what. Give me some time. I can fix you. Keep in mind that. I've already been through like seven years of surgeries eastern medicine. Western medicine allergy. Testing.

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"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"am" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

"In your journey. But i welcome you last week. I discussed my support system and how important is support system is in your life and getting through trials and tribulations. We also discussed that whether you are supporting someone going through things or you. Are the person going through things. How can handle your relationships and how you can use them to benefit each other. The call to action last week was for you to Thank the person that's been helping you a simple. Thank you for reaching out to them or doing something kind for them in the flip side. If you are someone. Who's been supporting someone i told you. Hey take some time for yourself. If you don't find time to relax and enjoy what you're going through and deal with your circumstances you're going to be any good for the person you're helping so i hope you got a chance to get out and do one of those two things depending on what side you're on and maybe you're on both sides. Some of us have been there where it's not uncommon if you are going through a lot of problems sometimes. It's nice to help somebody else out so you can stop the one that everyone's helping I've been there been. There are a lot actually when you spend years of being in that situation. You look for any out or outlet to flip the coin so to speak. Nba on the other side. Where you can actually take your mind off your own problems and help somebody else. That's also a great way to kind of get out of ruts and Get out of your own head thinking today. i'm taking a different turn I wasn't ever sure i would Just because it's personal. But i had an amazing opportunity this past week to speak for the first time about my injury. My journey in how my faith has played into that and it did play into it. An awful lot I'd say a lot of it most of it. So i thought today you know what i'm gonna throw a little curve ball and i'm gonna talk about faith helped me so for those of you that don't know i lost my leg two years ago above the knee. It was an elected decision. Not an easy way to make. Obviously if you have ever.

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03:51 min | 2 years ago

"am" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Check everything you should limit your media exposure except for heritage AM radio stations I think they say that in here I recommend following a very few print sources national and local as well as local health department websites to learn about the disease in your area that news changes very slowly which will reduce your anxiety looking once a day might be enough deadly diseases also can trigger social stigma towards people who treat the disease or around those who are affected by the disease it's a phenomenon that they label has courtesy stigma or stigma by association so in other words those people the the health care workers may become stigmatized as badly as the patients to you know Lauren told the story about the woman at the check out line her supermarket today that wanted nothing to do with her even though he wasn't running for you you can be threatening you can be here you sometimes have that just on or about you I mean and the best way of course but it was so funny when she turned looked at me and smiled and said you know I'm socially distancing I'm like good for you so my you know well when I grabbed the two rolls of toilet paper very packs of that old lady's hand today at the supermarket pushed her to the floor I said I'm just Justin is distancing myself from you people have gut reactions that are not coming from the rational part of their mind when they stigmatize people that they perceive as being sick or people who help those who are sick the same psychologist added in this article is gonna block club Chicago dot org that such attitudes against people that are not like us migrants people from other countries are common when a new disease or virus emerges and that often shapes the way the government response to a pandemic or threat thank you god the president's speech came under withering criticism from a lot of people this is Stephen Miller who wrote it calling this a foreign virus I'm not sure that viruses actually announcer nationality I'm not sure the house is John going for drives shake people's hands ever again no it's not doesn't deserve it Ballard them smile my natural reticence to hug people as a as somebody to Scottish blood the this is reinforcing my natural inclination not to grant people so that's one of the silver linings to this dead dead dead dead dead all here one of the thing you have to maintain a healthy and rational perspective about the real dangers of this virus also not only important for yourself but it's vital for your children as they often mirror the behavior of adults you go nuts Seoul day it's imperative that adults and parents are reinforcing their kids sense of safety and that those steps everyone is taking to reduce the spread of the virus are great ways to take control of the situation and what you tell your children of course should be age appropriate are more in calls and text messages on this or come back to this numerous times before seven o'clock and the next I want to talk to the presidency over video they announcer summer line up there's always a couple of great surprises in there Neil Steinberg and we talked about this how the Chicago public schools is trying to decide what to do with depression era artwork that is no longer politically correct Neil says by covering up removing that our work that eliminates a real teaching moment for the kids and it is opposed to it we'll talk about that at some point and heather Strohm is with the governor and the board county president and our mayor today she joins us from the daily line and reviews exactly what we're all supposed to do as good citizens of the state of Illinois city of Chicago and the country of the United States of America all that still coming up on W. L. S..

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