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"beth" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

06:38 min | Last month

"beth" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"How can I make it better? I'm going to give you this right now. You have the first thing is already in place. The desire for a better life. And if you have nothing else on your gratitude list, you can have that. The desire for a better life, the desire to be awake, the desire to be healthy, the desire to be saying, those things are things to be grateful for, that desire, and you can feed that desire by action, you know, you can have uplifting, you know, what are you putting in, that's another thing to look at when you're in a very bad place or are you scrolling? I mean, look, it's important to know what's happening in the world. But when you're in a very desperate place, the place you Paul described, you don't have room for very much news. I can tell you that you don't have room to take in 20 minutes, an hour. I mean, one minute or none minutes, you can pray for the people of Ukraine without taking in every detail you knowing every detail of what's happening is not going to change the situation. Yes, we're responsible for being witnesses. Yes, we're responsible for being citizens, but your first responsibility is to be a healthy, productive, non violent, non, you know, you don't want to cause more pain. And you being in pain, we are also connected. I think this was a very motivating factor for me in my healing. I learned that your own own happiness is like 6 degrees of separating, big Kevin Bacon is unhappy if you're unhappy. It's what I'm saying. It's so big your own happiness. And I mean, happy to such a hard word, so fill in your piece. Your peacefulness and peacefulness is complicated word too. People think it means placid Ness. I saw a sign in the window of my neighbor's window the other day that said pieces of verb. I love that. I've heard God as a verb and love is a verb. I never heard about pieces of verb, which I think really flips it. Because it means it's an active thing. You are behaving you aren't peaceful. You are acting peace. So how do you share food? How do you walk? How do you talk? How do you go to the supermarket? How do you draw all those things? So I'm sure you've heard the Gandhi quote. There is no path to peace, peace is the path. Okay, yeah. But this is even a little more pieces the walk on the path. You know what I mean? Pieces of the path almost sounds like not to contradict Gandhi. That would be very presumptuous. The emails supporting. We haven't even released this, and I've got a stack of emails. But it's the walk. So, yeah, so I would say, you know, sometimes the first step in healing is to even feel you're worth it, you know? It's very humbling and humiliating to be in a quote unquote bad place. So, you know, to feel like, well, I'm not even, you know, to feel like you're not doing it even for yourself. I mean, sometimes it can be liberating if you're a person who is a giver. There's sometimes you find yourself in this position, you have given. You've been a nice person. You've done all these amazing things and even so your life is in a bad place. You might have been over giving. You might have been giving to, you know, but knowing that your healing and your radiant well-being. Let's call it that. You're radiant well-being is emanating out so that you can help that you are moving the project forward. So that can help people to feel like it's not selfish to get better. Yeah, I mean, we do cause ripples positive or negative or somewhere in between. That is, we are corny as it sounds. We are all connected on some level. And it's the biggest cosmic thing that's happening. To me, every story is that, either we're going to get that we're connected. I mean, environmental issues is all about denying connection, obviously. I mean, every issue. The virus is like, I feel like everything that happens to in quotes again us is a spiritual teaching. It's like, what is COVID? It's a spiritual teaching that the whole world is connected. I mean, time after time, we keep getting these lessons. Are we going to learn it? I don't know. It's hard to, it's hard to watch this happen in the world. It is. But your mental health is your mental health, and your mental health is your emotional health to just go back to your mind and your feeling being connected. Think differently. That's one thing you can always in your power. Well, Ben, thank you so much for coming by. Thank you for having me. Talk to you. What a great conversation. And if people want to hear your audiobook, it's called so you need to decide. Yes. And website. My website is Beth lepidus dot com, BET, IDS, and the links to the book are there. The book is everywhere, audiobooks are Amazon audible, et cetera, et cetera, at the library, also. And my website and that's got stuff about on cab as well. And I'm on socials on Instagram. There's a underscore between Beth and lapidus. That was a bad decision, Paul. That I regret every day. You're going to need to do some spiritual work around that. I need to do some spiritual work on the underscore. And yeah, you know, I just said, you know, I love that this podcast is such an amazing project. And thank you. Thank you. I appreciate it. Thanks for coming out. Many thanks to Beth. Be sure to check all of her stuff out, including her book, and we'll have links to that under the show notes for this episode. We are sponsored this week by first person. I don't know if you guys are like me and God hope you're not, but there's two things that I struggle with and why I wanted to try first person as a sponsor. One, I struggle with sleep and two I struggle sometimes with mental clarity and they have a variety of supplements that are, they use functional mushrooms for it. It's organic..

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Judge Tosses 5 Members of West Chester School Board Over Masks

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:39 min | 3 months ago

Judge Tosses 5 Members of West Chester School Board Over Masks

"Sometimes those citizens we feel like we are powerless in an environment where all this bad stuff is happening and what can we do about it? Well, here's an interesting story about a parent, a signal, just a one person. In Pennsylvania, this is in Westchester, Pennsylvania. And her actions caused 5 elected members of the school board to be removed. So let's follow the story. The Westchester school board decided to defy the authority of the state. The state essentially passed a law ending mandatory school masking. So mandatory school masking is no longer the law in Pennsylvania. But the Westchester school board decided, well, you know, that doesn't matter. We're going to continue with masks. And so they required masks. And a lot of parents were like, wait a minute. Haven't you seen the new law? You can't. You can't require masks to allow students, masks have to be optional. And then the school board sort of relented and they said, okay, well, masks are optional right now, but we reserve the right to impose mandatory masks pretty much when we feel like it. When we think the science demands it. And so a parent, Beth and rosica, went to a judge. And now here's the interesting thing. She found a law. It's actually a not very often used Pennsylvania education statute. It's not exactly new, but it basically says that school board directors who quote neglect their duty can in fact be removed for failure to perform their duties or for neglecting their duties. And it says the ten resident taxpayers in a district can make a petition to the court to have the court look at it and if it's warranted to have these food board members removed. So that's exactly what this parent bethan russica did. She went to judge William P men in Chester County court of common pleas, and this guy looked at the law, and he said, well yeah, I have to admit that the school board is violating the law here, even though they are even though the masks aren't currently being required, the idea that they required them, even after the state said, no. And the idea that they reserve the right to require them in the future, that's a violation of the law. And so the judge basically ordered 5 of these school board members to vacate their offices. They're out. And he told he essentially told the existing school board members who remained, as well as the parent, which was betan rossa, by the way, she has two students two of her kids. Students in the district he goes, you give me the names of replacements. And I will look at them and I'm going to essentially appoint people to fill those positions until the next until the next

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Ep 155: A Once-In-A-Generation Opportunity to Shape the Future of Nonprofit Work (with Allison Fine and Beth Kanter) - burst 01

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Ep 155: A Once-In-A-Generation Opportunity to Shape the Future of Nonprofit Work (with Allison Fine and Beth Kanter) - burst 01

"So if we think about digital transformation about leveraging new technologies like smart tech and organizational change, whether that's the way we work or whether it's being more innovative with our program models in a way that adds value for our mission and our stakeholders. So smart tech is really good at doing these rote tasks like intake forms or expense reports. But it's more than just liberating us from this busy work. It can really profoundly change us. Because of that gift of time that you mentioned. And here's the intersection with well-being. Will nonprofits use that dividend of time to try to get more and more done, like those workers underneath the city, or can we repurpose that time to improve our relationships with donors with our other external clients and stakeholders, as well as give staff that space to plan, even to dream to innovate. So I think this is the intersection of digital transformation and well-being. And another way to put it is with the tagline from the movie, which is really about putting humans at the center, not the machines or the tools, and that tagline of metropolis is the intermediary between the hand and the brain is the heart. So what we're talking about is approaching this technology that can be highly efficient to be very human centered and really not to invest it back into busyness, but to really invest it with that spaciousness of that leads to innovation and doing work differently. And I just want to say something about spaciousness versus busyness. And I think that's really important. I'm learning a lot about the notion that there's work that fuels you and there's work that depletes you. Right? And I feel like the kind of work you're talking about that lives in this place called spaciousness is the work that fuels you, that right, it is the staring at your computer and doing that busywork you describe that depletes you. That's what puts people on the fastpass to burn out. It's not how much work you do, although there's some of that. It's about the kind and quality of the work that you do. And that's really I think what you're speaking to here, right Beth? Absolutely. And I think also the amount of work is also important too when it leads to burnout. So if this is liberating us, to do more quality work, it's also liberating us to take that time off and refuel and have the confidence really to make that change. And that it's going to be better. So I was never in a classroom without a crucifix on the wall. And Catholic school, the nuns would always say that learning

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Charlie Chats to Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Charlie Chats to Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots

"Jenny Beth Martin from Tea Party patriots, how you doing? I'm great. It's so good to be with you, Charlie. The work you do for our country is so important, and we've known each other for a while and you're always on the front lines, whether it be election integrity vaccine mandates all of it. So I just want to thank you for all that you've done. Oh, thank you. And you're doing so much to you. It's just great to see how much energy you get with the younger generation and the grassroots involvement that they are that they are engaged in. It's synergy. So tell us what you're working on at Tea Party patriots. So we're working on a couple of things a big thing we're working on right now is building permanent election integrity infrastructures in key states around the country. So right now this week, I have been traveling and doing a tour in Arizona where we're training people and how to build these local election integrity task forces. And then I've already done the same kind of tour in Georgia. We have a summit coming up in Georgia that cleta Mitchell and conservative partnership institute are hosting. And then we're going on from here to Nevada, and then we'll have Pennsylvania in North Carolina, Wisconsin and Michigan when we're doing the same thing over the next two and a half months. That's terrific. So tell us about what you're training these people to do. Poll watchers like just walk us through that. So poll watchers in poll workers. That's usually what traditionally what Republicans think of when we think of election integrity and certainly that's important and we need people to be poll watchers and especially people who are willing to work the polls either as an election official election judge or just a poll worker, whatever they're called in their state. But there are several more steps beyond that, including building a working group who will be present at your local election board meetings committee meeting subcommittee meetings really understanding what's going on in those offices, researching what kind of contracts they have, temporary staffing, and Fulton county, Georgia they used a company called happy faces. They've been trying to get rid of that. So trying to understand just how these Abrams groups these work and then cleaning the voter rolls, chasing and curing ballots and there's an entire plan for honestly cleta Mitchell put the plan together and we're going in training people and helping them learn how to build out the full infrastructure and then how to build out the working groups so they can really get the items done that she's put

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What It's Like Being an Open Conservative on a College Campus

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

What It's Like Being an Open Conservative on a College Campus

"Talk about what it's like being an open conservative on a college campus and do any of you feel as if you've been great at differently or outwardly discriminated against. I'm going to use that word because of your conservative beliefs. Oh yeah, absolutely. Charlie, so just recently, the daily caller wrote about it. The situation at Kelsey Fullerton. They've openly attacked me for being a Christian for being a veteran and Latino conservative. They've tried into silence to me and the salt me on campus. But I come from a background of a warrior mentality. So to me, I think it's fun. I think it's worth the fight and I think it's important that someone does it without fear. So by then you mean the administration. I mean, the progressives club and just anyone who would identify as the leftists on our campus. Now, if you were to, let's just say dish out what they put towards you. You would probably be investigated by. I've said it before if we acted the way they did with the insults and cultural violence. We would be punished at the highest standard. It should be that way. But we don't act that way because we're conservatives and because we are Christians.

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Being Attacked as an Outspoken Conservative

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Being Attacked as an Outspoken Conservative

"So Gabby, so you're involved in the front lines. And you've probably been a recipient of a lot of different attacks. Talk a little bit about that. So growing up, I've always been an outspoken conservative. I've never known the difference. I didn't know it was taboo to be a conservative, freshman year and sophomore year of high school, I was called racist. I was talked about on Twitter. So going into college, I was already prepared. I wasn't going to stray away. I wasn't going to back down, but luckily, I'm a business major. So a majority of my professors are pretty base, not biased, even my most left is professors, were not biased, even when I disagreed with their ideology and beliefs. But do you think from the students do you think there's intolerance that bruise from there? Oh, 100%. I was involved with the whole progressive club debacle and how they attacked our chapter. We have so many screenshots and it's been very interesting, but again, I've been through this since high school. So it's not my first time around this rodeo. And it makes you tougher. Oh, 100%.

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ESPN to have all-woman crew for Warriors-Jazz game next week

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

ESPN to have all-woman crew for Warriors-Jazz game next week

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"beth" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"I love everyone on this show tonight. It's been such a pleasure to get to reconnect with some people who have been gone and to bring you some of the people you may not know. And I'm going to stop talking and let them start talking very first. So thank you. So thank you. Thank you. I'm very, very first tonight. If there's one performer who is on apostle, I would say of on cabaret, she took the material that she did week after week about her family saga, her own cancer, her brother's struggle with cancer. She took that material and she took it to Broadway and she turned it into a film and she was one of the great true practitioners of on cabaret, and I really could not love her more, her name is, of course, please give her a warm welcome, Julia Sweeney. I am here with Beth lepidus. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited. You're so smart about comedy. I'm so excited to talk to you. Oh, thank you. Without expecting the compliment right away now, I'm like, anyway, thank you for all you've done. For comment. So this story, which is a very important story, the history of comedy. It's also interesting because it's a story like this is a story you can tell on stage. Clearly, it's also a story you might say an interview, it's a story you could tell over dinner to store you can tell it dates. It's a story at the center of your book that's coming out. But also, as is often the case with artists in these major creations in their life, it is also your life story in some ways. So generally where has this story live with you? As you continue to be a person and tell it how has it become a part of you, how has it evolved how have you evolved as you've told it? Wow, that is such a great and huge question. Oh, my God. Where do I start? Well, I love just in that question the idea that it's an evolving story. And I think one of the things that's been so interesting in doing on cab because it's about telling the story of your life as it goes on, every now and then people will repeat stories and you just see how stories are not fixed and they do really change as you live and you have new perspective on them. That's how you know they're like the biggest stories of your life. So with this, you know, I've had I've been in love with on cab. I've tried to leave uncap. I've resented uncap. I've come back to on my knees. And I think I've struggled and also enjoyed the process of how am I not un cab? How is cab not me? We are not the same. It doesn't have exist without me, do I exist without on cab? Like in social media, which thing is above, you know, which, you know, is bath part of the uncapped website or you know, so it's like, but I think that because that's like, that is a love relationship. I mean, it is one of the great romances of my life. I guess I would have to say, and I more or less tell it like that. I love story. And I think of it like that. That's nice. As you described, there's the process of the back mic. So in on cap store. So I'm trying to think of I try to think of the questions I would have asked if I was allowed to talk to you while you're telling it. So I want to go through the story and just sort of poke it a little bit and try to get a sense of the story behind the story. So the story starts with you as a performance artist deciding to move to LA. And I just sort of wandering a little bit about what is it like to be performance artists who's like, I'm gonna be a comedian, especially at this time where comedy is at where it's at. It's not like, you know, there's performance artists now who are like, maybe we should be a comedian sure, but like, in the late 80s, really nice. Being a comedian means being dice. It means being Sam gets it. I was so naive, Jesse. I mean, I would just say that, partly, and I did start the comedy process in New York. I didn't. I wasn't like a New York performance artist and then I was like, you know what? Forget all that. Now it's LA and comedy. So I was doing I was like I had one foot in each world so I was still doing the longer form one person shows, but I was doing them with my and they were funny at this point, and there's only some funny, really you're supposed to be in the art world before it's like, is that really, you know, and I had fallen in, you know, when I said it was a love story. I mean, I really did fall in love with comedy and the comedy process and the comedy world. And I was doing it in New York. And I don't think I would have moved. I was married and my husband at the time. You know, had gotten writing agent and we tried to be bi coastal and that didn't work and I thought sure you know I did a little cavalierly as sometimes you do. LA, yeah. Why not? How could that be different? I mean, yeah, of course, I remember I had a second audition to get into the improv in New York, and I put so much pressure on it. I was like, well, if I get into the improv, I guess I won't move to LA..

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UK police arrest another 2 men over Texas hostage siege

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

UK police arrest another 2 men over Texas hostage siege

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UK police arrest 2 men over Texas synagogue hostage-taking

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

UK police arrest 2 men over Texas synagogue hostage-taking

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Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | 5 months ago

Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

"Jack pasovic is a good friend of mine. He does a great job and we're going to talk to him about a lot of different stuff. Jack, welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure. So Jack, something happened over the weekend that seems to be memory hold. There was a hostage situation, which is rare. We don't always see that. It happened at a synagogue. Tell us the story. What happened? Charlie, so there's the story that we got in terms of the real-time situation as it was reported to us through the media. And now there's the story that's beginning to emerge through the reporting that's come out over the past few days. So the story that we got at least in terms of as it broke publicly was that at a Beth Israel congregation synagogue outside of Dallas, Texas, a terrorist took hostage, a rabbi and three of the congregants there and held him in a ten hour siege. With a local authorities and the FBI, all while demanding the release of a woman who has been in captivity and prison in the U.S. for many years, she's referred to as lady Al-Qaeda. She's also her name is afia siddiqui. She's someone that's been on the Al-Qaeda list for many, many years as one of the very first detainees was picked up in Afghanistan years ago. She's held for not only being a terrorist and providing material support to Al qaida and the Taliban, but also for attacking soldiers trying to shoot soldiers with a rifle here in the U.S. and a hospital. It's a long story, but she's someone who's been held and that care national, by the way, has actually been holding fundraisers and events and support events for this terrorist who's been convicted over the years behind the scenes for years. They've been publicly holding events supporting this terrorist. And so this guy comes over. Now we've now learned he came over traveled from the UK to the U.S. utilized really exploited homeless shelters in New York City and then Dallas as he made his way across the United States in what seems to be a planned operation from a known jihadist, someone who is known to UK authorities somehow the FBI lets this guy in doesn't pick him up on their radar. We hear from President Biden of all people, tells us that this guy somehow was able to obtain an illegal weapon while here in the United States. And so this has all the hallmarks. It's shaping up to be a planned operation from an overseas terrorist cell and he may have had help here in the United

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Texas rabbi says he, 2 hostages escaped synagogue standoff

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Texas rabbi says he, 2 hostages escaped synagogue standoff

"The the rabbi rabbi of of a a Texas Texas synagogues synagogues as as he he threw threw a a chair chair at at a a gunman gunman and and then then escape escape with with two two other other hostages hostages after after a a ten ten hour hour standoff standoff a a rambling rambling a a congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel in in suburban suburban fort fort worth worth Texas Texas said said he he left left the the gunman gunman in in the the synagogue synagogue on on Saturday Saturday because because he he appeared appeared to to need need shelter shelter he he says says the the man man was was not not threatening threatening or or suspicious suspicious at at first first later later he he heard heard a a gun gun click click as as he he was was praying praying authorities authorities identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal on on ground ground he he was was killed killed Saturday Saturday night night after after the the last last hostages hostages ran ran out out of of the the synagogue synagogue around around nine nine PM PM the the FBI FBI issued issued a a statement statement calling calling the the ordeal ordeal a a terrorism terrorism related related matter matter in in which which the the Jewish Jewish community community was was targeted targeted I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

"Police police in in England England say say they've they've arrested arrested two two teenagers teenagers in in that that probe probe into into an an armed armed British British national national holding holding four four people people hostage hostage during during a a ten ten all all stand stand out out a a Texas Texas synagogue synagogue the the greater greater Manchester Manchester police police have have not not named named the the suspects suspects detained detained on on Sunday Sunday well well with with that that they they face face any any charges charges they they describe describe them them as as teenagers teenagers in in custody custody for for questioning questioning authorities authorities have have identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal Akram Akram he he was was killed killed on on Saturday Saturday night night after after the the loss loss sausages sausages ran ran out out of of congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel near near fort fort worth worth the the FBI FBI says says it it appears appears Akram Akram was was acting acting alone alone he'd he'd arrived arrived in in the the U. U. S. S. recently recently on on a a tourist tourist visa visa from from the the U. U. K. K. London's London's Metropolitan Metropolitan Police Police say say its its counterterrorism counterterrorism group group is is the the asing asing with with US US authorities authorities about about the the incident incident Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London

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British man identified as hostage-taker at Texas synagogue

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

British man identified as hostage-taker at Texas synagogue

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the armed armed gunmen gunmen who who took took members members of of a a synagogue synagogue near near fort fort worth worth Texas Texas hostage hostage Saturday Saturday has has been been identified identified as as a a forty forty four four year year old old British British National National League League buy buy sell sell Akron Akron was was killed killed after after the the four four hostages hostages at at congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel got got out out okay okay the the situation situation unfolded unfolded over over ten ten hours hours president president Biden Biden on on Sunday Sunday said said the the US US won't won't tolerate tolerate this this this this was was an an act act of of terror terror the the FBI FBI says says it it seems seems this this was was a a lone lone act act on on a a live live stream stream of of the the synagogue synagogue service service Akron Akron could could be be her her demanding demanding out out fiesta fiesta Dickey's Dickey's released released from from a a Texas Texas prison prison she she was was convicted convicted of of trying trying to to kill kill army army officers officers Biden Biden says says actor actor may may have have just just gotten gotten to to the the U. U. S. S. recently recently and and bought bought the the gun gun off off the the street street from from an an individual individual in in a a homeless homeless shelter shelter for for homeless homeless community community or or whether whether because because that's that's usually usually what what I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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When Dr. Steven Notley Realized He Discovered Biblical Site Bethsaida

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 7 months ago

When Dr. Steven Notley Realized He Discovered Biblical Site Bethsaida

"Deal. My guess is doctor Steve notley, who has discovered biblical Beth saga. And again, we always have to frame this so people can understand how amazing this is. We did not know where one of the major cities mentioned in the New Testament in the gospels where Jesus is there all the time in Peter and Andrew it's a fishing village. We didn't know where it was. We know now where all these other places are, but only recently have we have you, sir, determined that this place, which we didn't look at until recently, this place is where it all happened. When did you know that you had it right? Second season, 2017, we excavated. We were digging down through the layers through crusader, Byzantine, and went down to the Roman layers, which was New Testament period. And we found a Roman bathhouse, which was people were shocked. But it actually fits the description. Josephus talks about Beth zeta being made into a Roman polis by Herod Phillip, who was the son of Harry the great. Who was evil? Yes. And his son, again, Philip, took this little village and transformed it and made it into a small city of bolus. And this is the first evidence of urbanization in the region, but this is after the apostles era. Yes. Probably 30 around 30, something like that. 30, 31, something along that AD. AD, sorry. Oh, so it's right at the time of sort of transitioning time that Jesus is there. Jesus they're right as that transformation is starting to take

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What Archeologist Steven Notley Discovered in Bethsaida

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 7 months ago

What Archeologist Steven Notley Discovered in Bethsaida

"Let's just settle on it folks. Beth sida has been discovered. What are some of the things that you discovered there that make you realize this is in fact the New Testament? First of all, I'm trained as a historian. That's what I do. Reading ancient texts, how and particularly historical geography, how does the land, the contours of land match it? So we have ancient descriptions of where josephus the Jewish historian actually tells us describes precisely where it was located. And so that's why when we began to think about excavating, we went by the ancient descriptions, being on the Lake shore, as I mentioned, that's where you would have a fishing village. And near to the Jordan River, where about 200 yards from the Jordan River, which is exactly as josephus describes it. But you know, I wonder, though, why would anybody have ever doubted josephus at all? If josephus, who is such an imminent figure, such an authoritative figure put it this way, why would anybody else go with something else? He never just made stuff up. Not everybody takes sufficient attention to historical sources. That's one of the problems. When you approach a question like this, it requires multiple disciplines, not a single one. Everyone gets in their lane, stays in their lane, whether it's archeology or history or and they don't get out of their lane. I have noticed this. But this is what's so fascinating is that all of these big fascinating puzzles tend to be solved by people who have the guts to step back and look at several disciplines at once. Because when you just look at because there's some people that almost think an idol of their discipline, and they say, it's only about archeology. It's only about stones and other people like, no, it's only, but you realize it's going to be all these things, usually. Exactly. It's a multidisciplinary approach. And when you do that, when you get out of your lane and you start having the information, if I can say it like there's bump up against each other and to creating a friction, you start saying, oh, I have to look at it in a slightly different way. So that's what happened in this situation. We began to look at examined the data and we were drawn to the location and of course we began to excavate. And I think it's fair to say people have been

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COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

"Even as they recommended cold with nineteen shots for kids between five and eleven CDC advisers acknowledge some parents may still be hesitant Dr Helen Talbot says her older kids are already vaccinated because she believes the doses are safe and I would not recommend something I did not feel that way the doctor Beth bell knows there are still concerns and questions and we really encourage people to ask their providers recent Kaiser family foundation survey found nearly two thirds of parents want to either wait I'm getting kids vaccinated or won't do it at all and she voted to approve shots for five to eleven year olds CDC advisor product make Nalley urged parents to look at the numbers at least ninety four of those kids have died from Colgate nineteen I am really doing that to prevent number ninety five Sager remained on the Washington

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The Jews Settle in Cuba

Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

02:09 min | 10 months ago

The Jews Settle in Cuba

"Jewish settlement in cuba the first jewish inhabitants were known as morales in fifty eight. The bishop of cuba wrote to spain declaring that every ship back in havana was filled with hebrews new christians. These were jews recently converted to christianity in fifteen o to inquisition proceedings. Began against the merano's in cuba. The secret juice of cuba arranged for trade between the thirteen colonies. And the use of jamaica barbados and other caribbean islands. This unable the colonies to sell goods and by military and civilian supplies. The spanish constitution of sixty nine removed all restrictions on the settlement of juice in latin america and at that time over five honda spanish jews engaging commerce in cuba and five to six jewish families were amongst the wealthiest in cuba jews were among the founders of the commercial king sugar fields and the first refineries in eighteen sixty two through eight thousand ninety five many american us join cubans in their fight for independence. The first jewish cemetery in cuba was established by the united states. Army for the american jewish soldiers who died during the spanish american war in eighteen ninety eight in nineteen six. The cemetery were sold to the united hebrew congregation primarily by american jews. Most of the members of this congregation which was later named temple. Beth israel where americans who fall in cuba or came from key west and other parts of southern florida. After the end of the war between nineteen too many sephardi jews began to come to cuba amongst them young turks who had participated in the earlier revolt against the sultan of the ottoman empire other cames from mexico north africa and the mirrored iranian. They spoke spanish and had olive complexion and blend that well with the rest of the

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Comirnaty? How Pfizer's Vaccine Got Its Brand Name

Kottke Ride Home

02:03 min | 11 months ago

Comirnaty? How Pfizer's Vaccine Got Its Brand Name

"That the pfizer. By on ted cova vaccine has officially received. Fda approval here in the us the companies behind it are allowed to market it. Which maybe i don't know they'll be able to do more successfully than anyone else has yet in trying to get the vaccine hesitant to get. It moved along with that marketing. Means the broad rollout of its official brand name community community c. o. m. i r. n. a. t. y. community the internet's as you can imagine did not give them an easy time with this name. Twitter user happy farmer tweeted quote community. It's easy to remember. It's like saying community when you're drunk and quotes an icu. Doctor nick mark tweeted quote. I feel like the brainstorm session that came up with the name. Community either ended too soon or went on way too long and quotes based on what naming experts are saying. I'm gonna go with way too long and probably too many cooks in the kitchen. And when i say cooks i mean. Ceo's years the thing though even though community is getting all the attention right now. It's not actually news. It was announced as the brand name for the pfizer biotech vaccine. At least as early as december. Twenty twenty and beth snyder bullock senior editor fierce pharma did a great right up back then. Talking to the folks who came up with the name specifically brand institute one of the top naming agencies in the world. Scott your groc- brand institute president of operations and communications told fierce pharma. Last year quote the name is coined from cove nineteen immunity and then embeds the m. are a in the middle which is the platform technology and as a whole the name is meant to evoke the word community and quote and continuing from fierce pharma quote. The goal in naming drugs is to overlap ideas and layer meaning into a name he said. In this case the high priority concepts the teams started with were coverted. Immunization and the m. are a technology. The clients themselves came up with community as an image association. They wanted to elicit bugliosi said and quotes

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Hurricane Watch in New England for Henri

KIRO Nights

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Hurricane Watch in New England for Henri

"Are bracing for their first hurricane in 30 years as tropical storm on re barrels toward the Northeast Coast. And a Sunday landfall. WBZ TV's Beth Germano is watching preparations on Cape Cod. Steve Godfrey and his wife were getting in a final bike ride before cutting their vacation short just because we don't want to get stuck on the wrong side of the bridge. They're staying at the sands of time in in Falmouth, where owners are concerned about damage from the storm and the business impact just coming back out of the pandemic. And really things have gone very well over the summer and now With this potential forum. Big change in it. It certainly is concerning his

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Better talker. You'll become a better thinker. You'll become more creative that way. Those are all things that are going to be lacking and people in your generation because the your mind actually atrophies it actually weakens from spending all of your days on social media and leads me to the second thing. Is that if you are a critical thinker. If you're asking questions about the things you read about the things that you see about things that you see shared then you are already going to be far above most people on your age if everyone your age thinks something about something then you should just start questioning that. You should start with the question. Is that really true. You should use a search engine which is a really wonderful part about technology today to pick apart some of the things that people are saying in your generation to ask yourself if the research really back sat up. And don't just look at the huffington post or teen vogue to try to support your arguments because again these are all going one direction. Just try for a day to go against the grain. And what you're thinking of really start breaking down people's arguments and ask yourself if they make sense so be a good reader. Be good thinker. The next one i would say is be a good writer. This will always matter. I don't care how much we decide that we are going to flout the rules of grammar how much it doesn't matter how someone spells or the grammar. The people use. Look if i am your boss. Which maybe i will be one day. Who knows maybe. I will be some of your boss. If i'm your boss. I care if you can use proper grammar. I care if you can write a proper email. Like i care if you know how to form a sentence in a way that's not commonplace or iran. Like i care about that and i guarantee you. There are other people in my generation. Who may be your bosses. One day in older than us who care about that kind of thing..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Their wings and fly and to take those calculated risks. There's some fear that comes to that. But i actually think that it's more important to have strong and brave and bold kids than it is to have kids that are they just want to stay home all the time and not say anything that might ruffle feathers. I think another thing is like they're so addicted to perfection because all of their lives have been spit online and cancel culture online bullying so rampant among kids. That they don't want to say anything that might go against the grain. That might go against the mainstream think. That's what characterizes a lot of their politics that they haven't even really thought about whether abortion is right or wrong or whether socialism is right or wrong or whether patriotism is a good thing that you know we should honor takeoff. I don't think many of them have thought about that because they are so so. So addicted to group. Think and they've seen when people go outside of group think what happens to them they become via social pariahs. And that's the worst thing. I think that you can be as a young person that they're really not willing to step out of the balance of that and we have so poorly modeled. What good debate and dialogue looks like what looks like to be able to have conversations. I think we're just modeling that so incredibly poorly as adults as millennials is jin acts in general that of course they're scared of course they're scared of those things of course they're scared to swim upstream and so. I think that you unfortunately just have a lot of scared. Paranoid insecure self-centered group thinkers and generation z. Again not all of you. And i'm not criticizing you. I think a lot of it is a part of your environment. Some of it is your choices. Yes but a lot of it is some stuff that you have inherited. Unfortunately from older generations in the question is because. I think all of that stuff that i've listed is so unhealthy like how can you leverage the good things about your generation to be different from the people that are only going to go with the flow when it comes to the negative aspects of your generation. And i'll answer some of those questions in just one second i. I've got to tell you guys a patriot mobile so not too long ago. Company salih existed to provide products and services. Customer spend money in return for product or service..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one year olds. Who talk to people and dana nap to talk to people on snapchat. That's apparently the primary mode of communication. Who just are really scared to for guy to actually ask a girl out or to Have any kind of like in-person meaningful relationship or dating life in real life and that is also very troubling to me. There seems to be. And i think that the data shows this a significant rise in anxiety. And even i would say almost agoraphobia. Like the fear of going outside when it comes to young people. Now i think the past year and a half understandably has helped that has not helped exacerbated that worsened that i should say but i think it happened before that i think a lot of it has to do with social media. A lot of it has to do with liking how we sound or or liking how they sound. I should say and look on social media versus how they're able to present themselves and communicate and form relationships in real life. I think that they are a lot of them. Have have had parents who have produced that kind of anxiety. And then i think that living your life primarily virtually through technology on the internet through social media and parents who have allowed kids to do that and have not challenge them to take risks and to build those kind of in relationships. I think all of this and more has played into a generation that is afraid of growing up like a generation that is afraid of going out on their own. Now millennials did also would say younger millennials like nineteen ninety s millennials. Like me and even younger than me. I'm also had the problem. I mean we were talking about you know five years ago. How millennials don't want to move out of their house how they're living at home until they're thirty and all that stuff. It seems to me that that is even more prevalent in generations now not everyone. I've talked to a lot of you. Who are generation z. Who don't feel that way that you were excited to get your driver's license or you have had a boyfriend for a long time. You're excited to get married and all of these things. But i don't think that's typical actually looking. If i can pull it up i will. I was looking at this album by some generation z. Person like this new album that came out and all of the all of the songs on the album. Were just about how terrible life is okay so this is why i pulled it up so this is by nessa brett. I don't know who this person is. This just goes to show. Also that i'm old Five point seven million followers this nessa brett person. I've never heard of them. So apparently this person's album came out. It's called pretty poison and here are the seven songs. One pretty poison to keep me afraid three. I hope you're miserable until you're dead for grave five scare myself six. I wanna die seven sincerely okay so like these are the kinds of songs and the kinds of things that kids today are consuming. That apparently characterized how they feel that. I think that's a pretty. That's pretty sad but accurate indication of where we're mental health is and now i wrote about this a lot in my book by the way. Just shameless plug. Today is august eleventh. It's been exactly years since my book. You're not enough in okay. Came out and we talk about this. Actually this phenomenon of just totally unstable.

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"I wouldn't really mind if my kids were. You know dying to get out of the house and wanting to drive by themselves with all of their friends when they're just sixteen years old but it struck me how different this is. How different this attitude is from how i felt when i was sixteen and how my friends felt cool if you're one of the first people that got their driver's license. And it was such a bummer. Like i was on the younger younger part. Most people in my grade reborn. In nineteen ninety one in narrow the other half of us or the other percentage of us were born in one thousand eighty two and you were considered kind of on the younger side if you were born and ninety two and so i had to wait a little bit to get my driver's license and i love driving around with my friends. One of my friends. She was one of the first people. Maybe she'll listening to this. Podcast first people to get her driver's license and she had this like old buick and it was just so cool for her to pick me up from my house and we would like listen to cds. Now you're seventeen years old. Maybe you don't know what a cd is but this was before. We you know primarily listen to or primarily had bluetooth or listened to Listen to our ipods and all that stuff so it was just really cool to have that independence. And i just could not wait. I could not wait to drive. It couldn't wait to be independent. I couldn't wait to go to college. I actually specifically wanted to go out of state for college and this was not. Because i didn't like my parents or didn't like my friends in high school or didn't like texas where i grew up. I just wanted something different. Like i love the thought of independence. Of course this could also just be my personality. My dad says that. I've been twenty six years old since i was six and that is probably true. I've always loved the idea of being an adult. And i understand. Everyone is like this but it seems like all of my friends were also very excited about the independence that comes with getting older and now it seems like it's the opposite that there is just no excitement for young people when it comes to being on your own taking a risk of driving. There is a risk that comes with this. But even i am hearing bleeds over into their ability to create relationships specifically romantic relationships. Now i do. Remember when i was like in seventh grade. I think yeah. I got my cell phone a little flip phone when i was christmas when i was almost thirteen years old now looking back. I think that was probably too young. But texting with really exciting and Texting boys was like really exciting. And then when you see them in person you wouldn't want to say anything but you would have league a thriving texting relationship and then when you saw them at their locker when you were in middle school. You didn't want to say anything. So i remember that but not when i was eighteen like now i'm hearing seventeen..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"To kovic to so to say outright that someone who refuses to wear a mask in public is not loving their neighbor. I just don't think holds up to scrutiny. I hope i hope that makes sense. I'm willing to hear your perspective on it. But i've seen this over and over and kamla harris who i mean i don't wanna hear kamala harris has to say about loving your neighbor. She thinks she said you know. Getting the vaccine is loving your neighbor. That's a whole other thing once again. There's so many factors and so many angles from which to approach that that. I just don't think you can say across the board that that is what it means to love your neighbor. I don't want to hear. I don't wanna hear from calmly harris who believes that late term. Abortion is a human rights. I don't want to hear from her. What it means to love your neighbor late. i don't. I don't see that fruit in her life like i have no reason to believe that she's a believer. Why would i don't want to hear from her. What it means to love your neighbor. And i think that by the way there are plenty of people on the right and the left that talk about god talk about jesus politicians talking about that. I have no idea if they're saved or not so i'm not just saying that because she's a democrat but certainly the things she advocates for. I mean. I think that. I have a reason to question her trustworthiness when it comes to her definition of loving your neighbor so i just wanted to respond to all of that because a lot of you asked me to respond to beth. Moore's little little rant She'll go back to pretending like she is not political at all just owning his own. It's okay to be political. it's okay to make a political statement as a christian. But don't pretend like you're not that's that's my that's one of my beefs with this whole thing all right. We're gonna go into the next part of this podcast. I i've gotta tell you guys up. Bow good ranchers love good. You guys know that. I've told you that every day for like the past two months because they are awesome. They're awesome company like they're the real deal good ranchers they give you craft beef better than organic chicken shit right to your door..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"So. I'm not sure that this logic holds up and if we look at other statistics for example like the two thousand seventeen through two thousand eighteen flu season really bad flu season. The cdc estimates that over six hundred and forty kids died from the flu in two thousand seventeen to two thousand eighteen. And that's just a few month period and we have only had about four hundred kids in the past year and a half die involving coat cova and that's the cdc's terminology. And i'm actually going to just as an aside. I am going to make a separate video in a whole separate post talking about kids specifically wearing masks in kids and covert. I'm gonna include all that links all of that for you because a lot of guys have been asking me about that But i mean that was very severe flu season. There were eleven million kids that tested positive for the flu. A little over six hundred and forty kids that are estimated to have died from the flu in those few months of the flu season. And we don't even talk about it. Like i highly doubt that. Beth more nasc like was she socially distancing during that time. But we didn't blame that flew on donald trump. Like as far as i know there were a bunch of think pieces blaming christian conservative anti vaxxers on the hundreds and hundreds of kids that died from that and there were tens of thousands of people and other age groups that died of the flu and two thousand seventeen to two thousand eighteen and like we didn't take any measures. We didn't pull kids out of school. We didn't say hey. You should probably virtually learn and isolate and we could have in. That could have saved lives by the way maybe it could have if after one hundred kids died from the flu. We said you know what we're going to pull all kids out of school work. The shutdown the economy. And we're gonna make sure that we're gonna limit movement. Everyone's going to have to wear an ask. I mean we could have done that. That could have saved lives but we made some kind of calculation or maybe we just didn't even think it was an important enough things to make any kind of calculation but someone media calculation somewhere this. It's not worth it now. Might sound callous. But that's exactly what happened like there were calculations that were made. I guess in that flu season that said even though there are hundreds of kids dying from this right now even though there are thousands of people across the country. Dying from this. We're not going to close down schools because kids have to be in schools. We're not gonna wear masks because that would cause a lot of trouble and so. I'm just wondering what changed. Especially if we're talking about protecting kids and protecting immuno-compromised people which are at comparable risk of the flu every year like what changed in those calculations. Why wasn't it not loving your neighbor in two thousand seventeen to two thousand eighteen to not wear a mask or to stay inside or to not go somewhere like. When did the logic change. That's what i want to know. now. I understand that. Kovic is a lot deadlier than the flu for particular for particular groups that's true. But it's not necessarily deadlier for very very vulnerable populations in general..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"And say i have a pool in my backyard and not friend says. Look in order for me to Come over to your house today. I'm going to need you to buy one of those fences that goes around your pool because i am nervous about My child drowning in your now. Those fences are really expensive. There probably five to ten thousand dollars in some cases maybe some are a little bit cheaper but you have to get someone to come out and put the fence up. It's a very complicated process. I might say you know. What like i really care about your child's life a lot but let's maybe take some other measures to prevent drowning accident. Because i obviously don't want that to happen either. But hey i'm probably not going to spend five thousand dollars doing that when there are other things that we can do to prevent that from happening or we can go a different place. I is that not loving my neighbor. Because i am not willing to pay that costs for them to to feel comfortable and to mitigate a particular risk like. I think that these are very fair questions that we need to ask ourselves and when it comes to masks especially because there is a lot of really shaky evidence that you are doing a whole lot by wearing a mask are you. Are you loving your neighbor to wear a mask when you go into target air into the grocery store. I personally don't think so because now you can make other arguments for wearing it. But we're talking about specifically loving your neighbor. I don't think so because that's not how the virus spreads and so if you're going to target you're probably not going to be within six feet of someone and so how. How were you actually loving your neighbor by wearing asking. If you know for a fact that you're not sick. Like i know we talk about a symptomatic spread but even the evidence on as symtomatic spread being something that is actually driving the virus. That evidence is also shaky. So we're talking about a lot of theory a lot of shaky evidence and if you are judging someone's love for jesus and love for neighbor based on shaky evidence of cloth masks being warned places like grocery stores. I just don't think that's very good theology. And i also i don't think that's actually very loving to make that kind of judgment again. It seems like a log in your own. I kind of situation here that we are warned about very thoroughly in matthew seven and in other places like.

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:57 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Seem like it relates to beth thread but it does. I'm coming back around to that because my point is that people can't do and believe an advocate for different things than i do political or not and in less. Those things are indirect an intentional contradiction to description the gospel. For example i think advocating for abortion is in direct contradiction to scripture. I do not believe. It's right to accuse that person of not loving jesus and those around them even some things that i believe to be on biblical like open borders and really tangibly harmful to both the migrants and the people living here. I recognize that this is not a salvation issue. And if you're saying that someone is following. Jesus because they're not wearing a mask. You're basically say that there are not a christian. That's what i take from beth. Moore's thread now. I know what the pushback may be that. That isn't political. It's a direct way to love your neighbor but see. I've just listened some very real things. That i believe are unloving to your neighbor that you are enabling by voting democrat and you may disagree and that's fine but the point is that we all do things that can be interpreted as selfish or unloving and this doesn't does seem like a log in your own. I situation here. When we're talking about masks are not wearing masks. Beena symbol of not loving your neighbor. So you're telling me the person who give their time and their money in their energy to helping those in need but doesn't believe there's a good reason to wear a mask in most places is it following jesus like what if this person has read the data and is convinced that it's really not that effective because look the reality is. The evidence is mixed on masks. The largest steady on masks was a dutch study. We will lincoln description to this podcast. That found that masks do not prevent infection for the where but may keyword may prevent the spread of infection. The study however could not really prove the ladder because everyone in this study was healthy so really the best evidence that we have. That masks mitigate the spread is theoretical ninety. Five masks are proven to be able to definitely stop the particles. We know that but surgical masks. We also know. Help less cloth masks help even less than that. So then by beth. Moore's logic fair to say that only wearing a cloth mask is not loving your neighbor. Wouldn't it be fair to say that you have to be wearing in ninety five mask to love your neighbor like if we're going to go in that direction of logic a really. This goes too much bigger question. The question is like what actually is loving your neighbor. Like how much do you have to pay in. How much do you have to give up for yourself and your family to love your neighbor. Like what really is the definition. I do think. In some instances it can be more loving to wear a mask like if you have a friend who has immuno-compromised who says. Hey look i i would love for you to come over and drink coffee and hang out with me but look it would make me a lot more comfortable if you wear a mask. I personally do think the loving thing to do. It's such like a low cost to me if that makes my friend more comfortable You know even whether they're immuno-compromised or not and they want to hang out with me and they need some encouragement fellowship. And i'm gonna go over to their house and they tell me they'd be more comfortable if i were in the ask then. I'm going to wear a mask because that's not a big deal. Now if say that friend was coming over to my house and that.

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Houston where beth more lives by the way according to her twitter page. La san francisco minneapolis new york. Dc chicago atlanta. They have hurt. The city's through policies that enable and encourage a rise in violent crime and murder tent cities public drug use public defecation. General chaos deterioration. So i could say you're not loving your neighbor by voting for the party restricting the police's ability to serve in poor minority neighborhoods in the name of antiracism. That's the only security that poor women and children have and it's a problem that you and your suburbs will likely never have to bear. The brunt of is not loving your neighbor by voting for the party against allowing families to have school choice for their kids. I'm sorry you can't tell me that. The cities who are enabling lawlessness in inescapable dependent on the government are doing a better job of loving their neighbor. Because they're requiring everyone who has not living on the street to wear a mask when they're in public so you see how easy that is to make those kinds of arguments like we could do this all day in someone from the other side of the aisle could level the same charges against me. I think it's wrong to vote democrat. I do that. Does not mean that. I think republicans are anywhere close to perfect but i think democratic policies especially today are destructive. But here's my point. I know people who love jesus who voted democrat in the last election. And even though i think their reasoning is really faulty. I see the sincerity of their faith and the fruit in their life. I hope that even though they may disagree with me on certain things they would give me the benefit of the doubt now. I do typically see christians to start voting democrat also start becoming more liberal theologically but that's a different subject. I do believe these people in their hearts love their neighbors and they are voting in a way they think is helpful. I- voting in a way. I think is most helpful. Politics is a way to love your neighbors because policies affects people as we say so often especially the most vulnerable but it is not the only or even the primary way to love your neighbors. What i think we see reflected most in jesus's ministry that loving your neighbor most powerfully as found in the direct personal voluntary meeting of a person's needs That means if someone in my opinion erroneously votes democrat. But i see that person's kindness gentleness and goodness and faithfulness to the truth of god's word in love for their fellow man. I'm not going to accuse that person of not following jesus or not loving their neighbor so all this to say in..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:17 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Go ahead and follow me. I don't care follow jesus. So she loves dropping bombs like this and they'll walk away and just insisting that has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with the gospel. I let me say that. Unfortunately and i mean that sincerely virus has always been political. It's been political from the very beginning. When trump i said that. Hey we should maybe not have travel from into china people. Call them zena fo. I mean you had nancy pelosi and february of two thousand twenty. Oh you should go down to chinatown in san francisco. It's perfectly safe. You had build blasios mayor of new york city saying a similar thing that people should go out and enjoy their lives. It's nothing to worry about really just in an effort to push back against trump at disagree with trump when he said. Hey we should probably be limiting travel. You had people calling him. All kinds of name synonymous with bigotry and racism because he said those things and then when it seemed like he wasn't taking things seriously enough when he said. Hey masks probably aren't going to help all that much. Then they had to take the opposite position every single debt. That happened wall. Donald trump was president was attributed to donald trump and his presidency and yet every debt. That has happened since biden. Took office has in no way been attributed to biden his action so unfortunately this has been politicized from the very beginning so to just say that people that are hesitant about wearing masks. At least at this point are making this political. Will that's missing the big picture here like that's missing. What has been going on for the past year and a half now. I will give beth more credit that she tweeted back. I think it was in november whenever donald trump or october whenever donald trump and milania tested positive for corona virus. She tweeted that as soon as she got the news like she immediately started praying for them. And you know asked god to heal them and all that stuff. So i think that's all well and good but still to say only the people that are refusing to wear a mask are the ones that are politicizing. This and art carrying about people's lives. I'm sorry i just. I don't think that's true. This has been politicized from the very beginning and at least from my perspective. It started being politicized by people on the left. Who saw this. Unfortunately as an opportunity to defeat donald trump in the presidential election and therefore push back on him every which way when it came to everything that he sat her suggested about the virus even when he ended up being right..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Hey guys welcome to relatable happy wednesday. Hope everyone is having a wonderful week so far today. We're going to talk about a few things. We're going to talk about beth beth. Moore's twitter rant from yesterday about people loving their neighbor by wearing their masks. And then i'm gonna talk about some stats surrounding that. Then you might have seen a my instagram stories. Where i was talking about this phenomenon or my tweet that talked about the to this phenomenon that i've noticed among jin of wanting to avoid risks as much as possible so some of those risks that i've noticed them avoiding are getting their driver's license and driving by themselves Dating people and even leaving their house to go to college or to move out of their house and it's not going to be. It's not gonna be critical that segment of the podcast because look i'm a millennial and just five minutes ago we were talking about. How terrible millennials were and how we are pushing off responsibility and commitment and all of that stuff. So i just want to give some advice to my seventeen year old self and two teenagers who are kind of in the throes of everything that has gone on for the past year and a half in find themselves. Kind of drowning in that that think is crippling gingy. Gingy are not only teenagers. i think they're born I'm pretty sure it's nineteen ninety. Seven in after millennials are nineteen eighty one to nineteen ninety six according to pew research. I'm nineteen ninety. Two so i'm right. In the middle of millennials. I want to give some Loving advice and maybe some tough love chu that crowd in so it will end with in encouraging portion of this podcast episode. but first. but first we're going to talk about beth moore and her little rant about how crucial it is to wear masks in order to love your neighbor and to follow jesus but let me back up. Give you some context for the few of you. Who don't know who beth moore is. She's the famous southern baptist author creator of dozens of bible studies since the nineteen eighties. She really likes to at least for the past few years. In the trump era weave in and out of politics in at the same time claim that she's not being political at all and just that she simply following. Jesus i guess she's implying that if other people follow jesus the way that she does they would land where where she does on for example trump or nationalism or immigration or critical race theory or social justice. And now on masks and loving your neighbor so let's read her latest threads. She says if we are in christ it is unconscionable for us to to in any way politicize this virus. What on earth are we doing question. Mark question mark question mark. Our sides are not more important than lives. We are jesus people call to serve sacrificial for the love of god we gotta love our neighbors even our enemies for all our jesus talk where on the ever. Loving earth is our jesus. Walk if you're not a christian. I'm talking to you but if you are jesus wasn't playing when he called us to a whole different ethic from the world we're not loud mouth posters. We're servants we serve stare in the face of what some of you are saying My rights are more important than your life. sorry not sorry. If you're not going to get vaccinated for the love of god put on a mask and places and i'm speaking loudly because she is using all caps put on a mask him in public places with vulnerable people..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

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"beth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"beth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Voices. You're not used to different times a day because Tracy ST George's on vacation all week celebrating her birthday, I think pretty much and so Beth is on earlier and I'm on now I'm hanging out with you enjoying the music survivor of the type of Sonny You don't Stop. Have you noticed that speakers have gotten smaller over the years? It appears you're like the greatest hits what the songs sound better than ever. Should I play them Now He's the greatest hits of the seventies.

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"beth" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"beth" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"Today's guest is Beth comstock for nearly three decades. She worked for General Electric one of the biggest multinational conglomerates on the planet, and she headed up their marketing vision. She also worked for NBC on their digital. Strategy and she had a hand in developing tulip. Her book about her eventful career is called. Imagine it forward, courage, creativity, and the power of changed, but to us she let us in on the secret to getting big established companies to take risks and be creative in how they grow and innovate, and she talked about one person in particular. WHO's unusual creative habit helped her to develop that framework for innovation. We begin with her beginnings. Yeah I grew up in a small town in in shadow valley for Gina and it was just a great upbringing and what I love about small town life is it's very nurturing. Everybody looks after everyone else. The downside of that however is everybody knows your business. My mother was a schoolteacher and she had this amazing network I used to joke. She was like the CIA because she and her teacher friends would. Would often know what we were getting into before we even dead. The Shenandoah valley is just one of the most beautiful places I went to high school in the East Coast and we would drive through and in the autumn, and see the leaves turning, and we would go camping up in the national park all the time. It's such an incredibly beautiful environment. It is I went to nature camp. There I mean yeah. I just remember one. We were free range kids. Growing up in the at that time would have been the seventies. Our parents set us loose in the summers. You'd leave in the morning and you'd come home you know. Every family had their own weather as my dad's whistle or their dinner Bell, or whatever you, your parents would ring the bell for meals, and then go right back out, but we had so much freedom to innovate. Innovate and create. I still remember the Games. We played the imagination activities. You know we take over fields and create small cities. We'd go foraging for plants and turn them into works of art I mean. That was really special and I. Unfortunately I'm not sure kids get as much of that these days. It seems to me that community though is something that you really pulled from that childhood experience and I'm wondering. Can you talk? Talk a little bit about the role of community in what it is that you do and how it is that you pushed the envelope when you are trying to create something new I do think that growing up into small town. The community did impact me because people are looking out for you, and they care about you and you have certain rituals and practices whether it's going to church on Sundays, or who's who your teacher. Teacher is and I do think in many ways it shaped me and just the love and appreciation. I've grown to have for collaboration. I think it's innovation is a collaborative act. We magin innovation and creativity, or these sort of lone crazy geniuses in the dark of night. the reality is you need a little of that, but you need a lot of give and take and I should also add identify somebody who's an introvert. Also shy reserved, and so that active collaboration for people like me and introverted takes an extra bit of energy, because you want to hold back and I had to struggle with that early in my career, that sense of holding myself out, and not participating in things and once. I got feedback and started to realize the value. I kind of never turned back and collaboration is so critical so I'm glad you raised that. Beth got a lesson in collaboration at her first workplace straight out of college I, was just out of college and working as a television reporter, covering Virginia politics, but I needed also pay my bills, and so I was a part time waitress at a Mexican restaurant, and I hated that job because there was no community, everybody was sort of on their own. There was no sense it was literally punching. Punching a clock and people barely said hello to one another, and yet we were supposed to be a team that was serving customers, and I did not thrive there, and then I contrast that to a job. I had in college where I worked in a rubbermaid plastics factory, making trash cans and plastic beer mugs, and it was working factory line in the summer, and it was another one of those. Those tough jobs, but it was a different way was physically tough. They would put me in situations, and they dare me in bed with each other whether I'd make it through the night, but what I loved about that was there was a community and people asking each other for help and kind of having fun with it, and you know sort of putting you through your paces to see if you. You were up to snuff so I do think for those early formative jobs. You're exactly right I was sort of pattern matching looking for more of that kind of community engagement throughout Beth's career. The one thing that she is always loved is teamwork. The Art, the Alchemy, really bringing a bunch of totally different people together, which is hard one for a self-described introvert. I think that's when I look. Look back at the course of my career. One of the things I'm most proud of the teams I've been able to work with and the work we've done together. It fills my soul to think that I have been part of that kind of teamwork. One of the important things about innovation is what psychologists like myself. Network analysts describe as Cosmopolitan NECE and when you're talking about bringing your community your. Your team together. You're actually bringing together. Relatively cozma politics set of individuals people who have their own interests, their own ideas, very different backgrounds and pulling them together. Can you give me an example of cosmopolitan team that you brought together and some of the things that came out whether they were successes or failures in the work that I had to do? It was often introducing the what's next and what's? What's new into incumbent businesses I think of my time at NBC the last I had it NBC when we were digitizing the the media, world was being digitized, and it was a lot of having to bring in different perspectives of people who came from outside media who had digital Internet consumer internet experience young filmmakers to bring into. Do you know crazy digital shorts and that was very disruptive. Disruptive and very different to a network broadcast world, but that is how you drive innovation. You have to bring in those different perspectives, but it doesn't make it easy, and it's worth a lot of conflict I admire your ability to admit vulnerability particularly when you've held such top roles. Is that something that you have felt comfortable displaying in the workplace, or is it something that you kept to yourself? I've had to learn that pain Fli. I remember getting some feedback around that time of that confidence story just before that job where my peers and the people who were on my team gave me feedback like hey, you're such a perfectionist. You have lots of ideas, but you have to have them perfect. You don't ask for help, and frankly we don't like working with you move. That was one of those moments where like Oh. My Gosh and I had a great colleague at work. Who was an adviser and he said look. You gotta go in there and you have to say. I heard you. I accept it and I need your help, and even today as I say those words kind of gives me that like pit in my stomach. That ability to say I need help and hold me accountable, but it was. It was such a defining moment, because out of that came much more these collaborative efforts. I would not have been successful. The teams I worked as we would not have been successful if we wouldn't have been able to say, we need help and every time that I've been part of a team or I've led a product myself. That's faltered. It's those moments when you your pride, your ego, whatever doesn't ask for help and it's never as good. Can you remember any specific times perhaps the first time when you actually plucked up the confidence to say. It's not working. I need some.

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"beth" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

16:01 min | 3 years ago

"beth" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"All right. Well, welcome to another report. Today. We're going to talk about. Well, Beth more. There is an open letter to Beth more that is asking her to answer some questions on the topic of homosexuality will she answer. Well, I don't know. But we're going to discuss one of the people who are the initial signers of this, and discuss this letter why it is so important. And that's what's coming now on the rap report. Welcome to the rap report with Andrew Rappaport. We provide biblical interpretations and applications. This is a ministry of striving for eternity, and a Christian podcast community for more content or to request a speaker for your church, go to strive for eternity dot org. Okay. As was mentioned.

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