35 Burst results for "Abrahams"
Mexico proposes UN caucus for peace in Ukraine
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Mexico proposes a plan for peace talks between Russia and Ukraine Addressing the United Nations General Assembly Thursday Mexican foreign affairs secretary Marcelo ebrard proposed having India and the Vatican lead a UN backed dialog for peace between Russia and Ukraine But the proposal was rebuffed by Ukraine even before Abraham gave his remarks In his remarks Ireland's tee shot Michael Martin called out Russia for its invasion of Ukraine and campaign of destruction We have to name what we are seeing These actions taken collectively show Russia behaving as a rogue state In Ukraine voter referendums on becoming part of Russia begin today in four Russian held regions I'm Mike Gracia
Robert Wilkie Describes the State of the U.K.-U.S. Relationship
"Give us a state of not the union, but the state of the English speaking peoples relationship? Where is that entity today? What is the health of that entity that Churchill so well described? Let's look at it from the American side. It is in danger because we have a political class and a media class. That preaches the ability of the United States. And by extension, the British Empire. An empire that on its deathbed saved western civilization. All things are denigrated. Churchill's statue was covered in graffiti. Parliament square Abraham Lincoln is ripped down in on the Boston common. The secretary of veterans affairs this week is putting the final touches on. Removing Abraham Lincoln's words from veterans hospitals. And buildings, the words of the second inaugural address that we shall care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and with what justification. It's not inclusive. It's misogynist, it's anti homosexual. Those are the words of the soon to depart congressman. Who has the veterans administration ever not treated minorities homosexuals? Absolutely. But this is part of a larger effort to de legitimize American history. And delegitimize our place on the planet. We are the freest people. Our institutions are a bulwark against tyranny. We've sacrificed more for others. I mean, if you look at the United States and Britain in the lifetime of my parents, the only two nations in the history of the world to have offered a helping hand to all the peoples of the world, including their enemies.
Even the Greats Were Once Despised, Considered 'Controversial'
"Who are the great people But they just embraced and accepted Churchill Churchill was despised He was considered extremely controversial Now we all know what a tremendous leader Churchill was George S. Patton He didn't conduct himself like other general He wasn't a Millie A Mattis a Kelly one of our greatest generals ever More recently England England was dying in the 1970s The government owned almost all the industries the labor movement had been taken over by the marxists It looked like there was no end That what was going to take place They elected the iron lady Margaret Thatcher A few years later in our own country after Jimmy Carter and the Democrats the country was sinking We elected Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was not supported by his party the Republican establishment In Israel Benjamin Netanyahu is considered controversial He's not controversial Again one of the great leaders of all times And if the Israelis are smart they'll bring them back especially now since they're on the brink Many of you may not know this but Abraham Lincoln was considered very controversial
Jared Kushner on Brokering Peace in the Middle East
"Will say Jared, I think, in the debates, president Trump, he didn't focus on the Abraham accords nearly enough. I just, that was my one personal piece of feedback. I remember saying that on our show and tweeting it out because there's Joe Biden rambling about how Donald Trump is going to bring us into a war or something. Wait a second, we just brokered peace against Israel with Israel and the UAE, just take some time, Jerry to talk first about the how politicians said how impossible this was. And then what was accomplished and how you got it done. I mean, from a layman's perspective of my own, it looks as if pressuring Iran and making a consensus against Iran played a role in that, but it's probably far deeper than that. Walk us through all that, please. Sure. Well, I think the big underlying lesson all this is you have to be very careful about trusting what the media says or what experts say, right? So all the experts in the media, first they were saying that if Donald Trump was elected, we'd be in World War three. And I really show in the book how he was very thoughtful and deliberate. A lot of high stakes situations that ultimately led to peace and no new wars in the first president in many years that in many decades that didn't bring new wars to the world. But the second thing was, is that the conventional thinking was said by John Kerry when he was leaving in 2016 where he said the plan to be very clear, there will be no peace between Israel and the Arab countries until we have peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians. And I actually accepted that to be true because how did I know? And I spent my first year really talking to people. And I trained the book to take people through my journey of listening. I think that was a very important component. I write about leading with meeting with one of the leaders in the Middle East where he said, you know, usually the U.S. sends one of three types of people to see the first are people who come and fall asleep in meetings. The second are people who come and basically read me talking points and have no ability to interact. And then the third are people who come and try to convince me to do things that aren't in my interest or my country's interests and you're the first person to come and really ask me questions on what I think the right end state should be and probing me on different ways to try to get there.
Biden Gave a Speech Stalin Would Have Been Proud Of
"Joe Biden yesterday stood near where our great founders stood where our great framers stood the declaration in the constitution He also stood where Abraham Lincoln once stood And Joe Biden gave a speech that Joe Stalin would have been proud of That Vladimir Lenin would have been proud of That Fidel Castro would have been proud of That Hugo Chavez would have been proud of His goal is to dehumanize people who disagree with him To try and push for one party rule for now and forevermore To intimidate people to threaten people And it is less than two years in office He is used the Federal Bureau of Investigation And soon to be the Internal Revenue Service He used executive orders rejected statutes rejected the constitution like no president in modern history say perhaps Barack Obama
Jared Kushner on America's Weak New Approach to Iran
"Are you shocked by how quickly things have deteriorated in the region and how these people are obsessed with revivifying the Iran deal to empower the mullahs in Tehran. So I've been surprised and maybe I shouldn't be surprised right again, I've dealt with enough government negotiators that the way that they ran to Iran basically on their knees begging them to do a deal has just been really pathetic and quite frankly it's led to a much worse outcome than we would have achieved otherwise. So when we left office Iran was really on their last leg, we'd taken their oil down from about 2.6 million barrels a day to about a 100,000 barrels a day. They were at a foreign reserves. Their economy was cratering. And the advice we gave was just, you know, just ignore them, tell them, you know, doing a deal is not that popular. You know, just we've got to focus on climate change in China and COVID and on call us if you want to make a good deal instead they did the opposite. They ran there with weakness and the Iranians are phenomenal negotiators. They figured out Trump used to say that the Iranians have never won a war, but they've never lost a negotiation. And unfortunately, the way that they've been negotiating them has just been from a position of weakness. But I will say that the strength of the Abraham accords has been so impressive to me, maybe even beyond what I expected because it was such a young agreement that that nexus of strength that it's created is almost a counter to even the somewhat negligent or awful policy that the U.S. has brought to that region. And
Jeff Myers Believes God Calls Christians to Get Involved in Politics
"Are a lot of people who say, don't get involved in politics because they represent interests of people whose interests would be harmed if Christians did get involved in politics. There are some good hearted people who just say, you know, Christians should not be involved in things like that. And they're consistent. They don't want Christians to be police officers. They don't want Christians to serve in the military. It's a very small group overall of Christians, but in America, I assume most of the audience we're talking to you right now is would be made up of Americans. But in this country, Abraham Lincoln said, we have government of the people by the people and for the people. So how are you going to obey your authorities, Romans, chapter 13? You have to be involved. Otherwise you're disobeying God. Now, that's a huge piece, Jeff. What you just said there, right? I read, I have a book coming out called letter to the American church where I try to break down how is it that so many in the church got confused on this and have really been misapplying Romans 13 and misunderstanding it. Because many leaders, many Christian leaders are misapplying it and misunderstanding it just as they did in the 30s, which led to the satanic nightmare of the Holocaust and of what Hitler was able to do because believers misunderstood the scriptural mandate. It's a horrifying thing when the church messes up. And when we kind of buy the lies of the world and we say, well, I'm not going to be involved in this because God is looking to us to be involved in this. If you care about the poor, if you care about the marginalized, you better get involved in all this stuff. And you better speak up against those who are doing things that, whether they know it or not, are harming those people. So this is something that it's almost like things had to get this bad for people to wake up. But I mean, this statistic almost 30% of Americans getting more involved, I think, wow. This is just good news. And I hope that number increases.
The Man Who Got Away From the White House
"Let me drill down on this because the Abraham accords matters so much to history. You're a constant in the president of the constant in this. Yousef doesn't change TV doesn't change NBC doesn't change. But what changes is Pompeo replaces Tillerson. I don't know Tillerson, so I won't talk about it. I know Mike very well. But ambassador O'Brien replaces ambassador Bolton. How does that matter? And I mean, you're pushing for the same thing for four years. You start with the embassy, you end up with the Abraham accords and even after the Abraham accords the F-35s, the Western Sahara, the Sudan issues, you just followed it through Phoebe is a constant. The only two things that change are at the 7th floor of state and at the west wing office that everybody sees in every shot O'Brien for Bolton. Why do those two matter and you're constancy matter? I think that that mattered in that when they both came in, it took Trump a while again. I always say that the first night he slept in Washington. He slept in The White House, right? So he wasn't a mayor. He wasn't a governor. He wasn't a senator. And so it took him a while to find the right people who understood what he was trying to accomplish and who were competent and enabling for him to do that. So I write about Mike coming in and replacing Tillerson and how I went to Mike and said, look, there's only one Secretary of State you're the Secretary of State. I'm working on this file. I'm making progress. Do you want me to go off the file? And Mike says, no, no, no, no, you're doing great with it. Just keep running. Anything you need I'll be available and actually write something about how with Tillerson, it was impossible to get him. You want to get him on the phone. It would take three, four days, and then a conversation would last 30 minutes, and you wouldn't really accomplish much because it would be mostly either less during you or complaining about stuff. With Mike, a conversation would take under three minutes. He was very to the point, very decisive. And I would say by definition, he could do ten times more diplomacy. And that's also why he was always so available and reachable and really a great Secretary of State. With
The Trump Diplomacy
"The things that leaders have to do in diplomacy. And you mentioned two books in passing in your own book breaking history. One is the hundred year marathon by Pillsbury about China. Excellent book. The other is Lawrence Wright's book on Camp David. You have to be read. You have to be well informed, but you also need partners. I notice, you are trying for four years to get, and the Abraham accords are the key big deal of the Trump period. I mean, history will still be looking at them in 300 years. The key thing was not moving forward until Mike Pompeo replaced Rex Tillerson at state until Robert O'Brien arrived to replace John Bolton. Why do individuals matter so much when the principles want to get somewhere? So that's actually one of the fascinating things that hopefully people will get from reading the book is that I learned that nobody in Washington can get anything done by themselves. It's really a function of different people from different backgrounds with different experiences from different geographies coming to a coming together, having to agree on an objective, create a plan and then all row together in order to accomplish it. And I think in the beginning, Trump's policies were so radical to Washington, right? A lot of people say he's conservative, some people call them other things. I think of him as a pragmatist. And I thought that a lot of the things he was saying just made sense, right? Why are we stuck in all these endless wars if we're fighting a war? Let's fight to win. Why are we getting taken advantage of on trade by people who were protecting like Europe and NATO? And so all these things to me just made a lot of common sense. And so you had people in there. I think the biggest difference with a guy like Tillerson was that he wanted to manage the world, whereas Trump wanted to change the world. And Trump, I write about a lot about his decision making. I write about how he would take calculated risks in order to make big differences. And I give great examples. I take people into the situation room and into the different scenes when he was deciding to move the embassy. The fierce resistance he got from the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense from the Intel community from every other world leader, and Trump understood why no other president had done it before. It was just a barrage. But he didn't allow that risk to dissuade him. He studied it. And then he said, to me, Jared, I want you to go mitigate that risk. If people's fear is that there's going to be riots and explosion in the Middle East, call all the leaders in the Middle East and tell them we're watching. They want our help now with Iran. They want our help with military. They want our help with trade. They want our help with a million other things. Tell them this is a decision we are going to make, Israel is a sovereign nation. They have the right to determine where their capital is. And we are a sovereign nation. We have the right to recognize that decision. And so if they have a problem with it, they can voice it, but that's it. I don't want to see big problems. And so we really mitigated it. There's one leader in the Middle East who said to me at that time. He said, Jared, I'm not going to tell you to move the embassy. I'm not going to tell you not to do it. But what I will tell you is that if you do do it, you'll find out who your Friends are. And that was a very, very true and why statement. And we ended up working with everyone and we got it done. And I think that with Trump, the more that he slaughtered the sacred cows and did the things that everyone warned him couldn't be done. And again, he did them very thoughtfully. They were not done recklessly or impetuously.
The Man Who Saved the Abraham Accords
"Jared Kushner, I want to cover a lot with you. I want to cover winning the election. Steve Bannon, John Kelly. I want to talk about the first step. The Abraham accords the wall. A couple of Ivanka issues and then losing, but let me start with Yusuf all the time. I know you. And I am not surprised to find him centrally located because the op-ed you describe it page three 90. It's a big, it's a big play by yousef to stop an annexation. It also made possible the Abraham accords that granular detail in here is just remarkable, but that op-ed very few people know about that. So first of all, use of as a giant and I saw in Washington there are different kind of ambassadors, some of them were there just to try to show cocktail to do cocktail parties. Yusuf was one of the most effective thoughtful just great people who I encountered who really understood how Washington worked and how to be constructive. I mean, his country, the United Arab Emirates, is one of the great allies of America. They fought with us in 6 wars. They were the first Muslim country after America went into Afghanistan to say we don't want this to be perceived as a war of the west against Islam. So we're going to join because this is a war of like minded nations against radical extremism and terrorism. And so they've been a great ally to America and Yusef has really been instrumental in building that. But with regards to the Abraham accords, they would not have happened without him. He was an essential player.
Republicans Shouldn't Be Fixated on Lake
"So I have this question and I'm very curious to hear your response to this. So Carrie Lake is running for governor of Arizona. I'm in Arizona. And I see a big poster on camelback road, a major road here in Phoenix. And it's Carrie Lake, for governor and half the picture is Donald Trump and half the pictures carry Lake. My take and I'm not certain that I write, but my take is that since the Trump supporters are already going to vote for her, presumably. You need to win by reaching out to people who are independents or Republicans who are ambivalent about Donald Trump for the record I thought he was the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln. But I am not fixated on him. I am fixated on the left. Which is the greatest mistake Republicans everywhere are making. They are running against their opponent. They are not running against the Democratic Party.
Dinesh Has Some Praise(?!) for Adam Kinzinger
"May seem like a bit of a surprise, but I'm going to say a few words and praise of Adam kinzinger. What Adam kinzinger, the guy who the guy who decided to vote well, he voted for Trump's impeachment. He's been on the January 6th committee with Liz Cheney. But here's a key difference. Adam kinzinger has a little bit of self recognition. Liz Cheney does not have any. I mean, let's start with Liz Cheney. I mean, the idea of getting absolutely routed in your primary. And think of it. You got the Cheney dynasty. You've got all the money you have outspend Harry and hagerman. Harriet hagerman is a kind of a nobody. She comes out of nowhere and no political experience. She's running against you. And you lose by like, what, 35 points, 40 points, according to Trump. I mean, this is humiliating. A normal person would be like, oh my gosh, I don't know if I can show my face in public at the very least, I've got to recognize I did something to offend my own base. I insulted my own voters. I gave them the middle finger. Now they're giving me the middle finger. This is not good. But it would lose Jaime. None of that. You basically, I'm like Abraham Lincoln. I'm like general grant. My loss is really a victory onto the bigger ones now. This is like this shows a level of psychotic delusion that it's hard to even know. I mean, this is somebody with a ridiculous, absurd ego. And I mean, politicians have big egos, but this is the limit. Now, now contrast this with kinzinger, who I think at least recognizes that he got clobbered by Trump. In fact, he was asked, did he does he believe that he quote won in the feud with Trump? And he goes, no, he goes, he goes, Trump won. He was evidently interviewed by WGN, and here are skins that are quote. Yeah, he won in the short term at least. So, you know, he kinzing is trying to minimize it, but nevertheless he admits,
Liz Cheney Is Nothing Like Abraham Lincoln
"She compares herself to Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln First of all Abraham Lincoln was born dirt poor in a log cabin in Kentucky Liz Cheney was born A spoiled rotten bread She was raised in Northern Virginia McLean Virginia which is a very wealthy suburb of Washington She believed she's entitled She has done nothing profound She has said nothing profound She is a narcissist through and through Who believes that she carries the future of the country on her shoulder God forbid She keeps burping up platitudes About democracy She should burp up platitudes about republicanism She keeps prepping up platitudes about the constitution While she serves on a committee that has as its purpose to violate the constitution including the separation of powers doctrine That committee and Cheney have not treated a single witness though I witnesses her to be treated Particularly individuals against whom she is very hostile
Liz Cheney for President? Sebastian and Matt Gaetz Discuss
"To be kind. I want to be charitable. She is fired. The people of Wyoming have fired her, but she needs a new job. She has quoted Lincoln. She compared herself to Lincoln yesterday, so she wants to run for the presidency. What is that campaign? What does that campaign going to look like? Can you help me out here, Madame Curie? We have so much to break down on the pending. Liz Cheney for president campaign, but I have a message to Liz Cheney. Just because you collude with The Lincoln Project doesn't make you Abraham Lincoln. The notion that she is having to surrender a crushing defeat and is then teasing a presidential contest just shows like peak Cheney, no exit strategy. No self awareness. Just, I think probably I think a narcissism that is guiding the decision making more than a review of what this lane actually is. So is the communication strategy for a Liz Cheney presidential campaign to have like an angry Dick Cheney growling into the camera about how the greatest threat to the world is Donald Trump. I'm old enough to remember when he was saying the same things about Saddam. You know, is laying there going to run in one that they're going to have to share with Adam kinzinger and Larry Hogan and the governor of New Hampshire sununu, kind of all these people that think that there's this mass calling. But I do think that Liz Cheney has satisfied her key constituency and that is Washington D.C. media bookers. I think Liz will have no problem sort of being on the airwaves. But when you actually get outside of the swamp of Washington D.C. and you talk to the real Americans who are watching and listening to us right now, there's not this great thirst for like a war mongering rhino who abandons the very principles that the American people are relying upon to build the country and ensure
Caller: The Difference Between Liz Cheney & Abraham Lincoln
"I found this interesting. She used the Lincoln analogy to political analogy with her in Lincoln because the big difference in her link of a is Abraham Lincoln's political debates were because he was rejected by the swamp. Our government and slavery to go her political defeat for because she's been rejected by the people. And that is a big difference. Well, she thinks that she is on a righteous campaign here. And she is clearly delusional, but she's going to blow it up. She's going to try to blow it up. And it depends on whether or not enough establishment Republicans join the effort. That's the question.
Amber Athey: Liz Cheney Didn't Campaign in Her State
"As I was saying there are a couple of reasons why Liz Cheney lost and one of which is of course the fact that she led the charge on this January 6th committee along with the Democrats to have been encouraging this witch hunt against former president Donald Trump but also was Cheney didn't campaign in her state She moved over there from Northern Virginia and then proceeded to completely ignore her constituents and was arrogant and narcissistic enough to think that her name alone was enough to get her elected and the fact that she would compare herself to Abraham Lincoln and then float the idea of wasting donor money on a presidential run is just further evidence of this narcissism My favorite part of her speech last night though was that she was standing in front of these bales of hay as if Liz Cheney is like the folksy small town hero for me And it was that final just piece of disrespect to the final slap in the face to the people who luckily voted her out of office because they saw through this complete sham
Mark Davis: Never-Trumpers Believe They're Mini Abraham Lincolns
"My friend Mark Davis pointed something out this morning that really got me thinking about how mean spirited these people are. They believe that they're smarter than everybody else. They've convinced themselves that half the country has been fooled and conned by one man that we're so stupid that we fell for Donald Trump's big lie. We're all election deniers. We're all insurrectionists. We're all, we're all imbeciles. Who got fooled by one man? And they're the ones to lead us out of the wilderness. Liz Cheney, all the never trumpers, you can go down the list, you know who they all are, the usual suspects, they're so arrogant that they have convinced themselves that they are all little mini Abe lincolns.
Liz Cheney Compared Herself to Abraham Lincoln in Concession Speech
"She actually compared herself to Abraham Lincoln because she wants people to think she's going to be a presidential candidate in 2024. The great and original champion of our party, Abraham Lincoln, was defeated in elections for the Senate and the House before he won the most important election of all. Lincoln ultimately prevailed, he saved our union, and he defined our obligation as Americans for all of history. Speaking at Gettysburg of the great task remaining before us, Lincoln said that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain that this nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom. And that government of the people by the people and for the people shall not perish from this earth. As we meet here tonight, that remains our greatest and most important task. Wow. Who knew she's Abe Lincoln in a pantsuit? Who knew? Who knew?
"abrahams" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"The red sox might wanna series a couple more times because adrian was on the verge of really put it together and just seems to be like a really good guy not only a great player but a good guy. he's i only covered in that one year. He was in boston slot. I can honestly say every player will run on a sixty two. You see him at some point where they don't play hard you know like it's just their day that guy you ran his ass off the first base. Every time he played hard as he could feel he played every game like it was his last game. And and i i there were times i was like. I can't believe he's still got this interview. Yeah the ma. The manager of country was. Hey we want to give a day off know they up. I'm playing tomorrow you know. Yeah i i really admired him and he was a good guy too he was a it took them a while to warm up to you but once he wanted up to you he was very friendly and we were all kind of bummed to see him go and nobody became so great man. Boy the red sox really yeah exactly and he became. He became a tremendous player. You know so yeah. Yeah that's great all right If you are a pete abrams fan. And you're listening to this. I hope you've been joining the podcast I and every episode with the mary question. And what that is is j armstrong who is an honors english teacher Just recently retired from the philadelphia area would in his honors english class every year would have his seniors breakdown. Thunder road as point. Look at the lyrics. Talk about the imagery that bruce uses. Compare it to other points like robert frost and then at the end of the two days. He asked the question to his class. Does mary get in the car key. That is your question disinherit mccarthy and sunday road. Yeah of course because tramps like us you know. So yeah i you know. I think that's the whole and that he's talking about going somewhere with a girl in most of the songs right so Yeah i think he's definitely got in the car. Yeah all right very nice. You know about the whole maggie. Haberman is at waves or slaves. Yeah so i actually sell a t shirt on i Website that says the question isn't whether it ways or waves is does she get in the car I do find it interesting in. I think this is a i. Someone i can't remember. Who said that. The reaction to bruce springsteen super bowl commercial the middle the diversity of the people on the extreme right and extreme left being critical of him tells you how far away from the middle. We are as a country. I who said the right thought was great. But i find it a little sad that there are fans that say It will be swayed to fill or like you know till you take it from my cold dead body. You know I just i. I can understand having an opinion but i also think okay. I don't know i mean well. Supposedly it came out. The original lyric was indeed sways fright. Somebody said they saw that. Then when you listen to it it certainly sounds like waves. So i sorta you know. Yeah i i don't know if that's it worth losing your mind over but i mean i don't guess in car She's on the porch house. They're talking about the future area. You don't just let them drive off and someone else brought up the fact that i'm racing in the street she talks about..
"abrahams" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"Order the commentaries. The specific home says that s of was such a sharp shooter. He such a shot. He was able to aim exactly where the body he wanted and he was able to aim at the spot at the few spots in the body where an arrow penetrating the animal would not render it into a trayful. he was a marksman. He wasn't sharp shooter. He was a sniper. He had pinpoint accuracy and he was able to hit zachary wanted to hit and therefore is. It was not worried about tom to take your bow. Take your bow shoot the animal. But of course you don't kill it and you don't make it into a tray photo afterwards. You kill with the sword with a knife and two in the kosher way so to me. I found this really interesting. Because if you remember abraham his other son ishmael was also an archer in chapter twenty one justice. Read a couple of weeks ago. We read how he became. An archer is smell wasn't archer.
"abrahams" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"Isaac and jacob the cut the whole torah maybe not out of line of israel and. Maybe there are other differences between the torah that they had and when that we have because they weren't actually technically obligated to do what they did it voluntarily but the council of torah not only that they studied all of tar. Maybe even more than what we have and we have three different approaches. Understand how it's did that. Either abraham was able to transpose torah in a way similar moshe from the heavenly torah of black fire type of wildfire into the worldly frameworks. The earthly frameworks that we live in. Or has it been to reverse engineer this world to be able to see what the world was all about. And to find within the fingerprints of the spirit of god and the torah alternatively who's of the find it deep within him to me the most interesting takeaway of this. The lesson i think of this subject is that torah is the best way to live. But it's the definitive way to live. Even we think of the world while we're obligated to do it we better do. It are elsewhere in trouble we were commanded and we accepted the covenant at sinai were bound to it. Were obligated to it. We've no choice. We have to follow these rules here. We see the and jacob. They kept the entire tower. Every part of it every tiddle even rabbinic law. They lived really the way we live and they did that choice. Why they choose to do it. They chose to do it. Because this is the definitive prescription for how to live the most enriching and pleasurable life. Possible it's not just some collection of arbitrary disjointed laws. This is the way to match them. Is the human experience here. Fatwa even told that the human body and the torah are perfect mirrors of each other moreover the human soul and telera are perfect mirrors of each other as well. Meaning that by doing. The tower were actually perfecting.
"abrahams" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"From the world. And finally there was a third interpretation. Wanna share with you today on this partial podcast that i'm supposed to be subdued and really calm. It might do a good job by being calm. My beaned balanced and maintaining my composure. I hope so. There was a major rush. The tells us where abraham torah from may on low mud abraham et cetera. From where abraham studied. The tara gives us two answers. One of them is may at smo- he studied era from himself. The second opinion tells us that his two kidneys were transformed into two pitchers of water and those pictures began to sprout torah from them. So where did abraham study from from himself and his two kidneys turned into two wellsprings of torah. Is that the idea over here. Each and every one of us we have a soul within us. A soul is a captive citizen from the spiritual world. The soul doesn't want to be here. The soul yearns to go back to where it came from. It suffers every minute that it's here but the sole actually contains within it all of torah. Everything that we need.
"abrahams" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"And the reason for this because they have to learn to acclimate to the perspectives to the outlooks to the world view of the heavenly torah even if someone is immersed in developed the real expertise a taste for torah here. They need to be trained so to speak to reverse the river to do. The opposite of motion did moshe went to heaven and took a heavily torah and transposed it to us to make palatable understandable to us well when we die for righteous we have to be under the reverse experience of making ourselves compatible with heavily. So it's been a year so to speak in his lower paradise and slowly we get acclimated and transformed to be someone who can appreciate the heavenly torah of black fire. A top of white fire but this concept that we have so to speak this heavenly torah the first thing they got created and it exists on a different dimension in the spiritual world and it was transposed to our world via moshe. We asked the question. How did abraham get torah. Abraham did a personal version of mosaic trans positioning. Torah abraham was a prophet. He was in communication with god. And the almighty reveal to him the heavenly auro via prophecy but he was also able to transpose that into understanding it. Exactly how to pave in this world in line toro. That's the first explanation of how abraham had torah. How did he know exactly what to do. He had access to torah of black type. Wildfire and like moses for the nation abraham himself knew how to do the same thing had a translate those insights and those understanding those principles to the human and worldly frameworks. That's one there was a second explanation. Wanna share and that is based on top of page one hundred. It says had we not been given tara..
"abrahams" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"The objective of existence is to connect the two take at the first and the god created with the last thing that god created to bridge. The first and last of god's creations man is the thing. I from god because man is the only thing and that can rebel against god but this idea that the torah actually existed way before was given to us at sinai is well documented. And we've talked about pass that thing. We've done several discussions about this. The pomp of shabas page eighty eight. B tells us that when moshe went up to heaven the angels very perplexed and surprised to see him and they asked god. What's he doing here. he's coming here. Got the the torah the precious treasure that existed nine hundred and seventy four generations before the street treated you want to give it to lowly man torah very much existed before was given at sinai it just existed on a different dimension in the words of the talmud it existed as black fire a top white fire if you remember the very first partial podcast of the fourth cycle of the tests and our in the sich cycle. But that's that's two years ago. We read the rim bonds introduction to torah where he is splendid idea of the torah that existed in heaven before the world was treated torah always existed was the very first thing that was created and served as a blueprint for everything else that followed they might look into the torah the world but the tower of the heaven is in this different format. It's a heavenly torah and it's written in some other way in some other dimension black fire atop wildfire and it's kind of a tantalizing subject how do you get the heavenly torah to become the terra firma torah. How does the black fire top of white fire. Tower that transpose. To the torah of what we study which includes laws such as what happens when my arts doors your cow and we find a dead baby calf undecided. And we're not sure if the cow was born as a stillborn prior to be doored. And if i'm not responsible for any more than my animal killing your animal or did my animal gore your animal and that caused the miscarriage and have be not only for the dead cow but also for the calf. That's a law..
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"You look at Set of talmud and you open up. The book called vote. Azzaro which means adultery accounta- chapters. It has five chapters says the comet abraham had the same book but he's version of this book. His book of talmud of those dollar tree contained not five chapters but four hundred chapters. Abraham had a more comprehensive torre on this subject. His book of thomas was eighty times more comprehensive than ours and the ads. And we have such a hard time. Studying are five chapters. And abraham had four hundred chapters. We're also told that there was an academy of shame. And aver if you look at. The fourth verse of our partial tells us that there was a struggle in utero between jacob. A and rashi explains that whenever rebecca who was buried and those two babies those two fetuses whenever she passed the academy of torah of shame. And aver shame is the righteous son of noah and aver is shamed great grandson and they haven't academy and the academy to study torah again way before signing whatever. The past that jacob in utero had such fine senses for torah that he started making a push he was starting to jostle trying to leave and to be born to go study one of the passed the house of idolatry ace of he had a sense for it he had a desire for it lost for it and he to made a move to try to be born to go worship idolatry now jacob himself and the end of our show will read the the very last rashi var partial tells us that jacob actually spent fourteen years between when he escaped from mesa and when he arrived in horan he spent fourteen years in the academy of shame. And aver. and we're also told that jacob's favourite son we read in chapter thirty seven verse. Three was joseph. Rashi explains that. He taught him all of his torah. And judah founded a yeshiva in gauchan. When jacob was reunited or found out about the fact that joseph still alive he said judah ahead of him to go found sheva in egypt before the nation gets there so going. Amazing think over here. We just surveyed many many sources that tell us that the forefathers and their families both observed the torah before was given an studied it before.
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"Inside leonard con- outside the land. He didn't observed wasn't obligated. He set himself to do that. As of lent out of the land when jacob goes to heireann and he married two sisters in violation of the toro because he wasn't obligated to do it and he only did it so speech he volunteered. He did it on his own. He opted in but he opted in only in the land of israel and the rebound ads that when jacob entered the land rachel died. The reason why rachel died right. Went into the land is because he. I married lamb. And therefore his marriage to rachel. That was the union that violated the prohibition conspiring to sisters because laya he married. it was totally permissible. He wasn't merit anywhere sisters. The marriage to rachel was the one that encroached on this prohibition and therefore as he entered the land rachel had to die in order to sort of speak annul that marriage and prevent jacob from being married to two sisters that's thrown bonds comment and his explanation. So how did jacob. Mary sisters the robot says again jakup observed everything but only in the land. There are other answers. For example. The maher shaw in the book of yoga on page twenty eight tells us that the way jacob married two sisters is because they were converts and convert who converts to torah. Judaism is like an infant born. They have a clean slate and all their relatives they get annulled the start from scratch like a brand new baby and therefore they weren't really considered practically sisters and lots of mary them but again the principle that jacob observed the whole tauro is accepted by all remainder behind one of the other commentators. He says that in a couple of weeks. We're gonna read about. Jacob having a midnight struggle and nocturnal battle with a man really. We know that that's an angel and the whole night. They're struggling and in the morning. The angel hits him in his hip and dislodge his hip. And that's the angel who renames jacob israel so the commentary explains what's happened in the whole night the whole night. The angel is poking and prawning jacob to find a vulnerability to find a weakness and the only area of weakness the only part so to speak of jacob's body that has a flaw that has a vulnerability that the torso to speak of that particular region of the body is not being fully observed. Is the area near near the jetta. Talion near the groins in the loin so to speak of jacob because two sisters that was the only flaw only era that angel was able to attack him regardless everyone agrees that at least twitter instantly send israel in kanawha in the land. The forefathers observed the telera way before was stephen. now it's not just the observance of the torah they did. it was also the study of terror. We mentioned this last week. Abraham headed and institution a yeshiva and les his confidant and right hand man. He wasn't charged with teaching torah. The tells us in the aforementioned coma page twenty eight. B abraham isaac and jacob. All of them headed sheva into their advanced age. Moreover the thomas says something very stunning the thomas says not only did. Abram have tauro abraham's tower was more comprehensive hours. Thomas says our book of talmud of the laws of otas czar of adultery..
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"Actually kept the whole torah. Now the source is actually in our partial god promises isaac that he will take care of him and he will increase his descendants and the reason genesis twenty six five eight give asher shum of coley because abraham heart with my voice value. Shmegegge martini guarded. Charge mitzvahs mitzvahs. Who does i. My statutes vittore cy and my toros. The verse is explicit. That abraham heartened to god's voice guarded god's charge and mitzvahs and statutes and ras and rashi explains. What does this mean. Abraham harkened to god's voice when god tested him and abraham guarded veal mighties charge by keeping rabbinic law. And abraham guarded the mitzvahs. What does that mean. that's a category of missiles that are logical logical laws like the laws against murder and theft. Themes that even. If you weren't commanded to do it. I got you would do nonetheless. Who statutes refer to statutes to laws that defy human logic like the prohibition against eating non torture animals or wearing shot in his garments made out of will linen or any of so that makes no sense and finally tore assigned my toros at the reference to the written torah and the car. So we have a verse here. Which kind of grants his whole idea that. There's torah that exists before sinai. And there's targets observed. By abraham is jacob and their families and we have an explicit versus. That says that abraham observed at all the time of the book of yoma says even further even rabbinic law even the laws of era of abraham observed. This is an astonishing thing. Centuries before sinai abraham observed altero presumably abraham war fillon abraham head sits on the corners of armaments. It's abraham hannam zuza on his door post. You would imagine on the festival. Sue coat abraham said in a sucker and a love and eight months Catch the whole torah. This is just an amazing thing. Before the jewish nation before this actress all six hundred thirteen mitzvahs were observed by abraham and certainly by isaac and jacob as well so much so that there is a very famous question by their own at this spot in the past. There are bond asked the question. One of the midst of the torah is that a man may not marry two sisters simultaneously one of them dies. that's okay but simultaneously. You cannot be married two sisters. Well how did jake two sisters. He married rachel. La natura partial spoiler alert. How did he married. Two sisters if jacomb observe the whole thera-. How did he violate this particular law. So the rebound answers than indeed jakup kept the whole torah. But because it was not obligatory it was not mandated by god. There was no covenants and commandments and instruction of sinai yet..
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"Is twenty six twelve persia and rashi tells us that the reason why he did that is because he wanted to know how much taif and by the way in fourteen twenty abraham tied d- and rashi tells us that when ace was trickiness. Father this is an are partial. Twenty five twenty seven. It says that he was trapping and tricking his father by portraying himself as being super righteous and wanting to know how to tie salt. And hey an answers. Part of shaw. After jacob has his dream with the ladder and the up and down he promises. God everything you give to me. I will tie so going to mitzvah in the torah. That happens that's instructed to us. Later on. Tyvene is already being done by the forefathers. Rashi tells us that. Sarah lit candles on friday night. Of course this is ubiquitous mitzvah. That we do. It's actually rabbinic mitzvah but mitzvah. It's done in every jewish home friday night. You like candles sarah. Hundreds of years before sinai hundreds of years really before the formation of the jewish nation was leading candles and baking nkala for shabbat. After jacob in chapter thirty two after he has the separation from laban he's about to encounter the next nemesis the next menace. He's about to meet ace of he sends messengers to a self and he tells them to go. Tell my brother. And my masters of that. I have lived in lovin guarantee i lived with laban rushing tells us the word dr lived is an anagram of the word. Tyrod meaning six thirteen and what jacob was intimating to his brother is that even though he lived alongside or next to in the proximity of laban he maintained six hundred thirteen mitzvahs all the all of the torah amount to sit thirty minutes house. And when jacob wasn't the house of laban he tapped all sits thirteen again. Jacob is four generations before moshe before sinai nevertheless he tapped all six hundred thirteen. This is a very unusual concept because we're not accustomed to thinking of the characters of genesis as ones who live with tauro who observed tower. That's all before sunday after all. Nevertheless we see many instances in the literature in the commentary in the mid russian the rashi.
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"If you devote an hour week ca listening and really trying to understand what's being said i promise you will grow will thank you guns. Oh five twelve for this amazing review apple podcasts. You know such nice crisp writing maybe ghana five twelve wants to start writing for the team at torch. Maybe send me an email. Thank you so much for your kind review and feedback. So i guess guns. Zo is of the opinion that the energy is good. But you know what. This is almost like a democracy. It's really like a fun of democracy and more like like a dictator the tyrant of the podcast. I'm the autocrat of the podcast totalitarianism over here rules. But nevertheless i'm going to take your opinions are council email com or subdued or jubilant and upbeat and positive energy. Let me know okay. So this week is partially told us and i selected a fun subject on interesting subject to talk about today. This is a subject. That's really not limited to our partial. In fact it's featured in almost every partial in the book of genesis and its subject that i've gotten a lot of questions about it actually relate so we talked about last week. I find it to be very interesting. And i want to do like a dedicated episode the subject and whenever anyone asks me a question about this and say you know what in toll dose of november of twenty twenty one. We did a whole episode of this object. Goalless and ted. And you'll have everything you need about this subject in one place. And the subject is torah pre sinai torah of abraham the torah of isaac the tour of jacob the tower of the jewish family before the descent to egypt before the national revelation at sinai before we actually got the raw. What was the status. What does the state of torah beforehand. Now what does this actually mean what it means is. There are many examples of the family of abraham observing and studying torah before it was even given so for chaplain are partially with many examples of this concept so when isaac constructs his son ace up to go catch some game and prepared for him he tells them. This is twenty seven. I three take your tools and take your bow and take your sword and go out to the field. Raunchy explains that he's telling him to go. Sharpen your sword. Sharpen your knife so that when you catch the animal and you slaughter. It made sure that the knife is razor sharp. So that way the animal that you produce and the meat you produce is going to be kosher. He's telling of. I want you to slaughter it. So that the media you serve me will be with the will be produced with a sharp knife and that way it will be kosher consume. Obviously you read that. You say. Wait a minute. What's going on over here. The laws of kosher are told to us until i think it's parsh- amini and laws of slaughtering because not featured toll deuteronomy chapter twelve yet. Isaac already can hundreds of years before sinai is concerned about having kosher meat. How does even know torture. Meat is moreover a few verses later we read chapter twenty seven verse nine that isaac observed pesach and eight. The pastoral offering rashi says that the reason why rebecca asks for two goats one of them is to have the delicacies that he's asking for and the other one is for the paschal offering moreover we read twenty six twelve that isaac wanted to estimate the yield of his land and he found out that it was a hundred times more than was anticipated..
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"God makes right after he used his penis to oppress the egyptian immigrant with me. It's uncomfortable to talk about. This is the storm. It's as if what abram. Sarah i did to the immigrants becomes analogous to what humans were doing to each other before leading up to the flood. Okay and so in the flood. God cuts off humanity from the face of the earth. Its actual word. Cut off interesting us all over the flood story and right here. What's happening is a part of the part of abraham's body through which he wronged the egyptian immigrant is now being cut off here and that's a sign of the covenant but simultaneously the surface. You would say that's an act of judgement cutting off and yet eight. Jimmy sliced off your body very unpleasant for pleasant but at the same time it's marking the very part of the body of abrahams body that contains the future promise of the seed. so it's very much like that rainbow. it's both a sign of divine judgment and hope future hope and mercy god's mercy in the same symbol right. Why else are these. Two story is being connected to each other. We're supposed to ponder the meaning of the rainbow and the meaning of cutting off the flesh from iran's body what's analogous to the flood than in this story. Well the flood. The rain waters are the way that god cult life from the land in the vocabulary. Fraud story. It's a knife that cuts off flesh from part of abraham's body. That's it but that same part of his body that is cut off is the source of life and future. Hope just like the rains can be a sign of seed time and harvest like what happens after the flood. So my point is that. This story is purposefully. Placed right after the story of abraham and hagar and circumcision in the sign of the covenant is happening to the very part of his body. That he just used to.
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"I am also the founding director glenn emissions do so we are continuing work work from home and i think that's what is happening a lot with animation studios. That's what i'm hearing from my international friends. Who are doing these sort of things similar to what we are doing that. We are working from holes. And i think animators maybe creative on a whole we kind of okay with that. You know we we at least from me my experience being anonymous you enjoy that into law saying you enjoy going in yourself. So working from hall is not a big deal for us so a lot of will now actually is going on from whom we doing. A lot of commercial syllabi actually. Doing outsourcing from international students from various small jobs that we actually functioning. So it's a good thing for us. We were able to adopt nice earlier on in the year. I talked to a guy are is. He has a animation studio in tokyo and he was sort of saying pretty much the same thing like they've been working from home some of them do come into the office. I think when. I talked to him. He was in the office. They were only him in like one other person but yes seems like for animation. It seems like that's actually preferable because it's so detail oriented. Yes yes actually works. I spoke to one of the big agencies that the sofa toon boom animation in canada and they said because of this shift companies are now thinking. Well okay we just continue like that. In covert or no covert will king from whole final mission and game and game. It's looking for the industry. No you founded full circle. Animation studio like several several years ago. How has the company really changed over the years quite a bit. When i returned from london i studied that. Goldsmiths mincy on i. I made a decision to come back to the caribbean. That was a big step because trinidad and tobago. We are oil and gas country. That's what economy is based on me coming back and windy creative digital type correa. Abviously was a challenge. Because that's not what we are accustomed to so coming back with. Difficulty took about previous to kind of get on my feet as far as the studio on after the ten ta gratin business now his name is jason lindsey who had a very strong business background so without sort of thumb partnership where you have decreased if any business it really really supported the studio from becoming micro stew into a relatively successful outsourcing to handy caribbean. So that's kind of how it's moved and now we are. We are considered one of the outsourcing studios in the caribbean. We've outsourced with pro. Hbo's of our. Will you know you see on each be on cotton. We've we actually have a one hundred and international productions
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"Running strong. I saw in Stewart's to play. Football play veterans football which is an elite sodas competitive football which. I'll keep doing into my knees or hips or something else gives them the German. I love watching football big things so go to school. Stay strong yeah. What's your favorite place in the world place in the world that Formula Beach Anywhere? My speech doesn't have to the same places. We've done a crab got my son. Muthu Australia about four and a half years ago. So we've been to Australia a couple times now. It gets amazing. Africa not been south we go. We do go back to the same place of a thing about it. But we're review of strata. Have you been this year but few people are moved and life is so much Joel Thinking to myself back where my kids were young. If we would have had the taste of that I think we were Gone Hariri so I go because we love that type of given the choice between going to a beach. We're going skiing people doing this week on a beach. Pass every single one sister. No never been skiing so once in South Africa. I caught that feeding. Let here but then you've all the different people talk about others any one. But that's actually why. I've got the flu stadium because it feels like it's Africa without the crime is trashing places. It's quirky I mean. My son lives in Bonn die. I'M GONNA walk down in Bonn die and if you're in your fifties you feel like where. I'm the oldest person on the on the street. Everyone is in their twenties thirties. Young families and go great vibe is kind of old fashioned. Emma respects is going back a throwback based on the way from everything Geez. It's a long way to go but you stop some way Yeah we went bossing pool stay a couple of days no no just went went through staging won't get now you guys youngest son at keeps saying we're going to go to Singapore so yeah. Well it's been lovely talking to you. Thank you thank you a pleasure. Thanks thanks for sharing. This is dental leaders. The podcast way you get to go one on one with emerging leaders in dentistry your host Heyman Landry and Providence Alan Kay..
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"Different direction and Vera points in my life like meeting. Tom Interviewed by Tom be mental by him and other people in life. That the reason why I'm here today and I'm sure this chap who Yeah I think that's absolutely right. I'm still very close to him if whatever it is Probably the first person I pick up the phone from is still now still now quite close to each other Mike few weeks without speaking to him a big decision he will probably the I I I was it about him. The instilled in you just think he's ethic is an ethic the way he does things the way works. You know it's just about approach. He's still say yeah absolutely. Yeah how did you meet him? Can you remember the first time I met my one of my best buddies a union? His girlfriend was a genus looking for a job as you saw and Weinstein in Wimbledon is looking for an Abraham's because they win when some meets him and we had a cucumber sandwich together made me a sandwich said you'll wake L. Chemistry from Joel is names. Morris said all he said this rooms not ready. We need to get it. I said whoa coming painted nothing to do. So the first thing I did was pay mon surgery before starting and then I imagine that happening today. I just don't think just see us. Get an associate come in and say company surgery a chance so and you know you know typical situation where you're on the salary. I didn't have to veto. I think were very well for me. No pressure would come in and you know how whenever that first year was really important. Did you take away from that first year but in terms of like was it? Was it more to do with them communicating with patients and learning how to He's a great communicator. And I think that's a massive thing she'll you know not shapes you. I'm not thinking I was fortunate in so the stuff I did before. I went to uni of things where I'm learning about communication anyway and I think for some people that comes naturally came naturally to him. I think conor came naturally. It's me but just learning how still with people in the dental situation. I think a lot of people are struggling with them. He's probably one of the biggest factors in a patient point. Trust in you know. Sometimes this loads dentists out there who may have the same clinical skills issue if not better but I think the most important thing is trust that you develop during the initial conversation and and that comes down to those communication skills and report and all about. I think that's what we do again. People will concern about litigation type of stuff less of an issue the report for sure. Talk yourself out but what you get on with some of your head to look somebody say look. I'm really sorry this has gone wrong or whatever it is. That's much less of an issue was the biggest clinical mistake you've ever made new. I was coming because clinical mistake so really tricky mom and his hall to think of anything specific gone wrong in the past. I'm going to think anyone who been indentured for thirty years and so there hasn't been lying through that show I think I'm just trying to think of a specific situation by CON. Possibly clinical thing I can think of is trying to take off an all crown on someone and it was a bond crown I feel it was cemented. Cussing the Kreil in Hoff. I'm putting my flat plastic to flick. The two homes often hearing the crackers the to split in half right down the route. And I'm just as the patient actually replacing that chrome actually replacing tooth so that was probably the biggest supposed to do in that situation. Run before how do you how you're supposed to take off a bomb crown? Go have to cut it off to really bonded possibly the biggest one. What about from the direction of career perspective a mistake but if you could do it again which move your career in in. Yeah so I'm actually comes back to May Shaquille himself. Here's this because I'm not sure he's ever heard there. But I remember going to an implant course in nineteen ninety three or ninety two and him saints. We don't do that because I would never catch on wish. You know because at that point it was early days euro is did. The restores cost me. You're wasting your time. Bala says waste things. I've Anim- one on a gem of this of course junkie always have been. I suppose maybe should have focused on one thing soft costs in the world and still do with everything on wanting to be better just doing one thing. Maybe not looking from the outside. It looks like you really have dealt into the digital thing earlier than most you good with computers or with computers as extinct went so I used to. Actually burn was my technician. Data's well that was On television in early days until she called me up one day and said I've got scanner or we're having a demo in the lab. Would you come along so I think it's your enjoy. That was twelve years ago or first time terrorists. I think it was one of the first ten in the country. We made no financial sense but he was these fantastic toy that you could scam people's teeth with and send it to the lab without saying an impression so I also not because I got on particularly technical. Maybe you wouldn't know what to do that. Most of the time Paul from push the buttons that was over a decade ago. Yeah wow someone's always going to be. I mean people always say you often get people asking watch that by now. I wait for something. Came up to some point get involved. How did it perform that? That was a fantastic. Remember coming in to the couple of things with it was It was a great kid and still is the it fantastic gonNA look. I think what I boy. Tarot was stroman so they were looking on. Tariff from a restorative perspective noughts an orthodontic perspective and then a line bought the company. An along must've looked in the market. And look for what they thought would be the best scan across. Osh and they assigned by Terry was great. Billy what's your advice. Someone I mean democracy right now that must be the key question in dentists mines which Scana ticket. What's your advice which wanted to give? But what what should they do with? You is what you WanNa do you understand standing expert but it feels like if you're into invisible line terrorist seems to be the way if you into restorative th the big guys seem to be real offs. Yeah and now. There's this brand new one so it's what it's what you want to do. So you decided you presume the authors while you're doing invisible and that's GonNa be on your implants and a really depending on what you're GonNa do that for me. I've still got my old Ontario already. Use it but for me and my very small practice was about making crowns on site for people's needs to mill. I went to IDs two years ago with a view of buying the new I. Terro and hooking up Milling machine with it and the time harass. We're talking about a laser milling machine and I was saying Yep by Hook it up. That thing never came to fruition. You'll you'll be careful and you know why reinvent the wheel a surrender of done it really. Well it's been around for a long time so I bought on me come is well fantastic. Well for me. So that's a big part of that is lots of New Technology. New Cameras New scanners but y you know. Somebody's been doing it for thirty four. Well how long? They've been doing it so long time. So why go somewhere else told me through the sex of learning curve? How long does it take before you feel proud of your serik takes long but I think One of the big things that has been missing nothing from from throw them from the suppliers is the teaching. So you get you get this kit. Which is you've paid. Whatever is seventy five ground for and invariably rep will come in and show you how to use it. They shouldn't a big hole in education. And I think what happens? Is People get very frustrated with the kids so they try and make a crown? It looks like a lump of chewing gum and very quickly. Find it difficult or something happens when they're using the software you use it and then they spent some granny's things in the Corner Surgery. And then you see on social media circus ship on what you excuse the expression on using it. It's I've spent a lot of money so there's a gap there whereas the short the learning curve is shorts but shop because as an associate I I used it. Maybe Twenty five times and my conclusion by the then. Then you know I stopped. Being dentist might conclusion from that twenty five times. I think something that I could do very very predictably and turn into something slightly unpredictable. Obviously I didn't know how to use get that because I know you're on your patients but you know it's twenty five th right how many how many times have to use it before you you all by many as twenty five and I think it's you know do a couple. Then go and learn how stu it gone to a cool off to the course. I'm teaching a few courses but just being out to Phoenix. Of course all right so the spirits that you they run tastic horses so we just flew on third. Six o'clock local time did the calls for two days in Phoenix and came home. That was an advance art course. They've got this incredible facility. You know the guys don't want to set up. Is nothing like here. I mean you got few guys. Were stunned teach courses and we anterior with. This course was so. That's the next step so actually. Sometimes I'm still scanning sending it into the lab because I can do it when you're you're milling in house right and when you do that you actually finishing off the restorations hand staining glazing glaze Polish sticky in the furnace graph on patients love it. You know if you've got a patient coming in you can deliver something on this ball. Do Mock it the fact that you do it was hard. It was hard that we're getting paid when we first had the scanner because people didn't really understand I think is becoming more. People are beginning to understand and you got the most sophisticated full patients coming in and they see that crown being milled in the machine and they whip that phone out and recording it and sending it to everyone. So there's a little bit of organic growth from those well reality because it's still. I think it'll still cool and still very still not enough people doing it. People well simple technology but I absolutely well. You know how today we're getting companies the allow patients to do their own. Also Greg. Yeah. Do you think artificial intelligence is ever going to get to a stage where you can cut dentist out the loop could be. I could see maybe robotic density of some will be like Isos rivas still be someone behind the show. I think will make a big difference. I'm seeing now with the scanners using I. So if your friends usual scanner you'll to find your margins on your preps in the software after you've done. The official intelligence will start saving interesting. You know I think is a lot of changes coming happen you win..
"abrahams" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"I just very quickly. I want to know how could you afford to be at Salon international if you don't mind me being so rude because that's cheap now? It's no but we were very very fortunate because we had we will sponsored by the general actually because we were given the spend a day with their yes they were yes. They were and And that was how we could do it. So as I say we were back there the second and the failing was oh my goodness they're back and then the third and it was they haven't gone away and then we were there the fourth year and it was still here. What's going on and by the fifth year it was. They ain't going anyway. We better start looking at this and it was really interesting because it was after the after five years they industry started to look at us and realize that we were creating a standard and that was what the industry light and we will look don't because also we were creating a gateway for the manufacturers because let's face it the manufacturers have always you know so dead products to the freelancers but they don't know how to get to them. There was never a way of getting to them directly and we were creating that marketplace for companies to be able to broach the our sector with with with products whatever and Off The five years We decided after five years. We decided that we had enough members that we thought we would have an event where everybody could get together and meet up And we held out first event in Brighton in hotel in Brighton and we started off with a panel of we had a heck of a health and safety somebody to talk about health and safety. Somebody will talk about tax issues and That was the panel and we had that on stage. We had a lovely demonstration. Somebody worked with a student was attr- At worthing college and students came along and did a lovely presentation. We also had a wholesaler. Who had a stand at the back of the room with provokes for people to buy and that was the very beginnings of what's become a very very regular annual event which has grown year on year. But it started out like that very very very small but people came people the thing was. I felt you com site. Let's all get together and have a cup of Coffee Chat. Because people won't do that you've got to give people a purpose and from that very very simple beginning grew our annual event which is a very well supported every year now and other the years on stage. We've had Top headdresses we've had in the in in days gone by with Charles Worthington on on stage we had to Sobia last stage. Coa could I could go on. We have you again. You would never have imagined decide early days where you've been looked down upon people. Then take you seriously these these guys. Now I'm GonNa talk here from both sides because I sit brought in the middle of everything and you know I I really do. And a lot of salons would say look. Is this the right thing? Should we be encouraging students into freelance? Hairdressing work is we should be encouraging as an industry. What would you reply Beta that now? I been doing this for many many days. And I know I do not recommend the students go straight from college into freelancing you need. You need several years experience. You need to Bay in the industry in fact one of the things that we do as an organization. We have a presentation that we doing colleges and it's not to go and sell the fha. It is purely to go into colleges to explain to the students. What the reality of running a self employed business is all about. What is it was a reality? The reality is you need you need to. You need the experience of working because when you're in somebody's home you're completely on your own. You got to know how to get out of situations. GotTa even no question B. How to deal with the public? You know you learn that in the saddle how to deal with people in situations and one of the one of the one of the US a problem that the reality when you're freelancing when you're in the Sam you'll clients coming into you into your territory if you like when you're taking your walk into someone's have you have to find a way of creating your own territory in somebody's home any tips the balance. If you say you you've got to be able you've got to have enough experience and enough confidence to be to walk into. Somebody's how an take off and be that professional person in there and to come straight out of college when let's face it your you haven't got the experience you're not. You're not at your most confident time. If it's very difficult to do I go. When we go into colleges. We urge these students to go into industry before they think about going into freelancing completely. Let's be honest freelance. Self employed hairdressing. Now is probably the biggest sort of our industry. Yes yeah I think I see so figures bandied around about fifty five percents sixty percent different. You know there's a big numbers of freelance hairdressers out their self employed. Now why is it attracting then more to being freelance? I'm a freelance. I guess well Sheila doesn't just mean mobile deserve you? Could you be a freelance Renton Chad? Does that go? Yes absolutely absolutely. There's many ways of being self employed you know. A lot of a lot of our members do a couple of days in the salmon and then work himselves. Some of our members are shoot us part-time shooters and then working for themselves or go back to that question. Then what is it? That's attracting them to be in a freelance hairdresser. It Co it. There's lots of different times where it kind of fits into your lie. I in the main when when When people go young children they can do as much or as little work they like and they can fit around their lifestyle and then the children older you've got more time that you'd be very built-up connection and you can build that connection going forward as you get more Thomas. Children grow older. One of the things I think is the younger ahead Isis. I think they feel by becoming self-employed. They could earn more money And actually they won't become Samonas but they can. If they go freelancing or working for themselves they can get more money together more quickly and then they become that Salomon right i. K- money's Quentin attractive I think. Ut's I think he really. So I would probably say well. That's just not the case. You know we pay our staff really well. Yes it depends. Where working doesn't it does depend you can. Yeah I mean you know. We've got a young young girl that they've been working in a salon if the paint college. I've done this route. Go nuts in the Salon. And then they think to themselves. Yeah I want to go to. I want to become a mobile hairdresser and I sit down for two you Sheila and I say Sheila what about gotTa do I think. A.