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Media Goes After Herschel Walker, Ignores Raphael Warnock Allegations

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 10 hrs ago

Media Goes After Herschel Walker, Ignores Raphael Warnock Allegations

"As the media is obsessed with an unnamed source accusation Against one person but Raphael Warnock's ex-wife has accused him of injuring her and saying he's a great actor His immediate covering it No The Georgia Senate race is heating up following the establishment media Airing accusations against Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker all the while the same establishment media is totally ignoring the new domestic controversies swirling around Herschel Walker's opponent center Rafael Warnock He's a Democrat Walker appeared on Hannity last night reacting to a report from The Daily Beast which talked to an anonymous woman who claimed that walker not only encouraged her to abort their child in O 9 but actually paid for it When questioned on the show about whether he knew who the woman was he said I have no idea But it's a flat out lie And now you know how important this seat is The seats very important And they'll do anything referring to Democrats to win the seat The lie because they want to make it about everything else except what the true problems that we have in this country are inflation the border wide open and crime Meanwhile while they're obsessing over that story you have the other story Georgia Democrat Raphael Warnock X wife on his character after he allegedly ran over her with his car at least her foot saying quote I've tried to keep the way he acts under wraps for a long time And today cross the line he's a great actor He is phenomenal at putting on a really good show

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Dr. Fauci's Net Worth Increased by $5 Million During Pandemic

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 12 hrs ago

Dr. Fauci's Net Worth Increased by $5 Million During Pandemic

"Fauci's wife Christine Grady is also a National Institute of health NIH employee Serving as chief at the NIH clinical centers department of bioethics You may remember the controversy of her bioethics or get back to that in a moment The Fauci household disclosed that their total net worth increased by roughly $7.6 million from January 1st of 2019 pandemic start To over $12.6 million by December the 31st of 2021 None of this is counting what he's made since the end of 2021 So if you look at those numbers it represents a nearly 70% increase in their net wealth from January the first 2019 to December the 31st 2021 So while everybody else was losing their jobs was losing their businesses were losing their restaurants this dude and his wife working for the quote government got in 70% increase in not just their salary and their total net worth Not a bad gig for a public servant right You want to know why so hell bent on forcing you to get the jab or forcing you to sit in a room with a mask on or forcing you to believe that the pandemic is not over Maybe it's because if you're making literally millions off of it there's a pretty good chance you don't want it to end Documents also reveal that Fauci continues to be the top paid federal employee You want to know what this dude earns here to salary of 456,000 in 2021 this year he got a raise to 480,000 for the year the fiscal year 2022

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Trumps Rallies Show What Is Left of a Sad Little Cult

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:54 min | 19 hrs ago

Trumps Rallies Show What Is Left of a Sad Little Cult

"Speaking of Trump, you were as creeped out by his, what was that this weekend? Rally, something you said, the background music thing is very unsettling. You said, oh, that is so weird. And then he drops into that dark side of NPR narrator voice. Yes. It's like a Darth Vader of NPR. And he was talking about the kill at will, or maybe not at will. I don't even know what that means. Yes. He accidentally shoots somebody. He said they're globally. He said thieves are openly openly killing people. Did you quoted him the music swells, but now we are a nation in decline we have more liquid gold under our feet than any other country in the world, or nation that allowed Russia to devastate Ukraine, Hunter Biden laptop, president who is cognitively impaired, is just like mad libs now. Yeah, that's what towards the end. Yeah. And by the way, in case anybody's wondering, the venues are getting smaller. Yeah. This place more on Michigan. This thing looks like an airplane hangar. I don't know what it was. It's probably the local civic center, but you know, he's going to smaller and smaller towns and drawing smaller and smaller crowds. But if you've never watched the RS BN video feed, it's absolutely North Korean. Yeah. We have these two young, vibrant, you know, video journalists. They're hosting. And they come on here, first of all, to come on the air about 5 hours before the event. And then he's always late. So these people have to vamp for like 5 hours. In between segments with. These people in shorts. Yeah. But you're right. The wide shots you can see that it's just a sad little cult.

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After storms, NYC moving location of planned migrant shelter

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 23 hrs ago

After storms, NYC moving location of planned migrant shelter

"New York City's migrant tent shelter is on the move due to flooding concerns from a beach parking lot in a far corner of The Bronx to a location just across the east river from Manhattan Mayor Eric Adams says the city's humanitarian relief center which it's building in response to an influx of migrants being sent from states like Texas and Arizona will now be on Randall's island instead of the Orchard beach parking lot Video posted to social media over the weekend showed flooding at the site of the hangar sized tent which was a known factor Adam says the new location will house 500 migrants instead of the original 1000 but will open around the same time frame The tent city has been met by criticism Adams is also looking at using cruise ships to house migrants Julie Walker New York

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Ukraine mayor fears Putin's nuclear weapons

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Ukraine mayor fears Putin's nuclear weapons

"Kyiv officials fear a possible nuclear attack by Russia The city council says it's providing evacuation centers with potassium iodine pills in preparation for a possible nuclear strike on the capital Ukraine's largest city Potassium iodine pills can help block the absorption of harmful radiation by the thyroid gland The city council says the pills will be distributed to residents in areas contaminated by nuclear radiation if there is a need to evacuate Russian president Vladimir Putin has said that he would use all the means at his disposal to win the war

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 Trump files $475 million defamation lawsuit against CNN

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Trump files $475 million defamation lawsuit against CNN

"Former president Donald Trump is suing CNN The price tag on the lawsuit $475 million that is how much ex-president Donald Trump says CNN should have to pay him for defaming him The suit is filed in federal court in Florida and centers on the phrase the big lie referring to Trump's false claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election that put Joe Biden in The White House However numerous federal and local officials in both parties as well as the court former campaign officials and even Trump's own attorney general have

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Jimmy Carter to celebrate 98 with family, friends, baseball

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Jimmy Carter to celebrate 98 with family, friends, baseball

"Former president Jimmy Carter is celebrating his 98th birthday today with family friends and that great American pastime baseball with his hometown team the Atlanta Braves Jimmy Carter is already the longest living U.S. president in history He's in his hometown of plains Georgia with wife Rosalind Carter The Carter center says the 39th president who survived a cancer diagnosis in 2015 and a series fall in 2019 has enjoyed reading congratulatory messages and his grandson Jason Carter says the former president is looking at his 98th birthday with faith in God's plan for him and he is at peace and happy with where he has been and where he's going I'm Julie Walker

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Why Congressman Jason Lewis Wrote Political Book 'Party Animal'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Why Congressman Jason Lewis Wrote Political Book 'Party Animal'

"What brought you to write the book and what are you trying to communicate in? Well, you're on judiciary, ranking members. So you know all about how we weaponize the bottles of the bureaucracy. And that hit me between the eyes in the 115th. I started thinking about this. And then just the craziness that was happening with the Trump, starting with the inauguration, and you were talking about people protesting. I had protesters on my front lawn. You and I were being demagogue over the American healthcare act, which was a good piece of legislation. And I thought, this is getting out of control. And I'm afraid that if you let the left right history, you're never going to learn from. And that's what was happening already with CNN going after every Republican and it was getting out of hand. But I think the epiphany for me was, you know, if you're not on the intelligence committee, you don't get to see the Intel until they say, okay, members can come over and view this. And it was when we did that and trudged over to the capitol visitor center and looked at this stuff and all I remember Doug is sitting there going, is this all there is. Is this? And we were consumed for two years. It was thwarting our ability to move legislation. The media were Gaga over this line. Just absolute line. Trump is going to be indicted tomorrow. He's a Russian asset. Now there was a Trump Tower meeting. All of which proved to be a lie. And I thought, okay, I'm going to start taking a journal. And so I started writing a journal. And what happened was that started to continue through three campaign cycles, 16, 18, and 20. Well, then 20 came around, I'm the Senate nominee, and we are locked down except for a rioters in Minneapolis. The third precinct was broke was burnt to the ground, talking about destroying government property, right? And it was so orwellian, I continued with these journals, and so now, in 2021, at this all these journals and you know what it's like to write a book, you got to put it in readable fashion. So I found a cabin in the Minnesota northwoods and for a year and a half, I just hunkered down and wrote basically a history of how we got to the point where we'd weaponize the government on behalf of one party.

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 Taliban say suicide bombing in Shiite area of Kabul kills 19

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Taliban say suicide bombing in Shiite area of Kabul kills 19

"A suicide bomber has struck an education center in a Shiite area of the Afghan capital killing at least 19 people and wounding dozens A Kabul police chief says the explosion hit an area mostly populated by members of Afghanistan's minority Shiite community and took place in the morning hours the victims included high street graduates both girls and boys who were taking a practice university entrance the spokesman adds education centers now need to ask the Taliban for additional security the suicide bombing is the latest in a steady stream of violence since the Taliban seized power No one's immediately claim responsibility for this attack but the Islamic State group remain

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Taiwan to end quarantine for arrivals starting Oct. 13

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

Taiwan to end quarantine for arrivals starting Oct. 13

"Taiwan will end mandatory COVID-19 quarantines For people arriving from overseas beginning on October 13 The central epidemic command center in Taiwan has announced the previous week thong requirement will be replaced by a 7 day self monitoring period a rapid antigen test will still be required upon arrival but those showing no symptoms will be allowed to take public transportation Taiwan has been one of the few places in the world that's held onto a quarantine for arrivals throughout the course of the pandemic in recent months It's relaxed its measures and currently requires travelers to isolate in a hotel for three days followed by four days at a private residence I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Hurricane Ian heads for Carolinas after pounding Florida

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

Hurricane Ian heads for Carolinas after pounding Florida

"The Carolinas are getting ready for hurricane Ian after losing strength in becoming a tropical storm Ian is back to being a hurricane and is headed for South Carolina and later North Carolina all of South Carolina's coast is under a hurricane warning as a steady stream of vehicles flee the historic city of Charleston National Guard troops are being positioned in the state to help with the aftermath the national hurricane center last tracked Ian with winds at 85 miles an hour about a 175 miles southeast of Charleston I'm Donna water

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Bengals top Miami 27-15 after injured Tagovailoa carted off

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Bengals top Miami 27-15 after injured Tagovailoa carted off

"Joe burrow throws for 287 yards and two scores to help the Bengals knock off the dolphins 27 15 burrow through his touchdowns the tea Higgins and Hayden Hurst helping his team win its second straight after starting the season Owen two Just like I said after the two losses we just got two wins still a long season We still got a long ways to go It doesn't mean anything if we go on and lose the next 13 games Miami lost quarterback to a ton of iloa after he suffered with the team called ahead and neck injury on a second quarter sack after lying motionless he was strapped to a stretcher and taken to a nearby level one trauma center I'm Denny Capp

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Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa hospitalized after being stretchered off field

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa hospitalized after being stretchered off field

"Dolphins quarterback to a tongue by Lola left Thursday night's game against the Bengals with what the team called injuries to his head and neck tongue of aloha was swung down and fell on the back of his head in a second quarter sack the quarterback laid motionless and was eventually put on a stretcher and taken to a nearby level one trauma center Tongue by loa suffered an injury 5 days earlier in Sunday's game against the bills where he got up from a head and foul after taking a few steps The team said he cleared all concussion protocols at the time and the stability issues were caused by an injury to his back He later returned to the game The NFL was conducting an investigation to ensure all concussion protocols were properly followed I'm Denny cap

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Chris Farrell Shares His Perspective on Modern-Day America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 5 d ago

Chris Farrell Shares His Perspective on Modern-Day America

"Question and you've not seen any of these because we don't give them to our guests. We don't rehearse them. What's it like to be Chris Farrell? After you've worn the uniform of the U.S. Army, you've taken the oath, you've served this nation. You've worked with the FBI. I don't know hundreds of occasions. What is it like to live in America now and see these things like Mar-a-Lago like the how great how do you deal with that as somebody who wore the cloth of the republic? Yeah. I'm being generous or kind when I say that it's creepy, you know? I'll never disheartened though. I have hope, capital H hope. And I know, as a good friend of mine, an elderly Anglican priest turned to me one day, we were discussing all these troubles we face. He goes, let me cut to the end. God wins. All right. And so we've already won. Yeah. I know. That we are victorious. And so I have full faith and confidence in that. But along the way, there's challenges and fights and things. And is because this is what judicial watch does every day, but in the final analysis we can talk of centers of gravity and culminating effects and all that other jargon. Can we drain the swamp Chris Farrell? We can. We can. In fact, we have an obligation to. Correct. It's beyond just wishful thinking and intention. We have an affirmative obligation to do so and not doing so really would be our negligence, right? It would be our, it would hang on us. It would be a dark stain against our honor and integrity to not do something. So we have to. And

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Joe Bastardi: Will Hurricane Ian Make Landfall Again?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 5 d ago

Joe Bastardi: Will Hurricane Ian Make Landfall Again?

"First off this is going to make landfall again correct Ian and when it goes out and exits the Florida land mass there and gets back out into the ocean is it possible that they could become a hurricane again I should have said likely of course it's possible is it likely to become a hurricane again and where do you see it going Georgia South Carolina Well to refresh what we've said at weather belt we said from back on Tuesday this was coming back out with hit as a hurricane again that would be a double hit and what happens is that I'm in the private sector and as outstanding as the forecasters are in the government and they are we have to try to hit these forecasts and try to be ahead We have to give people information So if you follow me on Twitter you follow me on weather Bill you know what I've been saying So the national hurricane center remember on Tuesday was keeping it in line and just killing it over southern Georgia We said that we go out and just coming out Now that sounds real pompous you know my dad used to say if you have to tell someone you're good at something you can't be that good at it Day and age This day and age we have to have to make sure that people understand that whether it's a story part of the problem with the climate change situations people don't understand that the weather is a story not a snapshot because someone could use a snapshot like this And say what they say So as far as this storm goes when I looked at the 11 o'clock hurricane center forecast it looks exactly like ours from a couple of days ago and I think that they are right on top of this now We look for a landfall Someplace between Charleston and Myrtle Beach

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Ukrainian activist among winners of ‘Alternative Nobel’

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Ukrainian activist among winners of ‘Alternative Nobel’

"An award known as the alternative Nobel Prize has been given to community activists including a Ukrainian civil rights activist the right livelihood award was granted to several activists across three continents one of whom was the head of the Ukrainian organization the center for civil liberties the organization chief Alexandra matvichuk was honored for building sustainable democratic institutions in Ukraine her organization was also commended for modeling apart to international accountability for war crimes In a statement that the award was ever more poignant because Ukraine was going through a very dramatic period in its history she said she saw the recognition as support for Ukraine's struggle and for her work I'm Karen Chammas

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People trapped, 2M without power after Ian swamps SW Florida

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 d ago

People trapped, 2M without power after Ian swamps SW Florida

"Hurricane Ian has weakened but it still could bring more problems to Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says rain is still the primary hazard across central and northern Florida until that rain subsides We really need people to stay inside and not venture out on the roads There's also still some coastal flooding occurring so storm surge especially from the onshore winds on the backside of the storm along the West Coast of Florida Ian has left a path of destruction and Southwest Florida trapping people in flooded homes and knocking out power to some 2 million people I'm Donna warder

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Politico Launches Attack on Gov. DeSantis Amid Hurricane Ian Response

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 6 d ago

Politico Launches Attack on Gov. DeSantis Amid Hurricane Ian Response

"You look at Politico Politico started this morning Going after Ron DeSantis Again this is what I mean These are the most irresponsible Useless sights And as they say it right scoop Politico already trying to use hurricane Ian to hurt governor desantis but ends up with egg on its face It put out this today released an article taking a dig at desantis claiming he never faced a hurricane calling that his toughest challenge today Governor desantis spent his first turn being one of the most influenced Republicans in the country but he still has to face one of the toughest challenges of Florida leader can encounter A hurricane So his press person wrote back and she is a Tiger She's great Christina Pasha read that tweet again and ask yourself where you went wrong and life to end up doing this kind of journalism And they didn't delete the tweet They made a false claim And they're already trying to claim a frame desantis is doing a poor job They say through Monday descent is held three briefings at the emergency operations center regular venue for governors managing storm responses He is not however put himself out into the public as much as Scott who oversaw statewide responses to four hurricanes during his 8 years as governor Now remember they've been trashing Rick Scott On behalf of Mitch McConnell now for months Now they're trashing desantis by building up Scott

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"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"But they also have access to internal applications. So when i fed rate i also want to support skim. I wanna make sure that. I have the latest and greatest group attributes for that user. So it say that jeff is working diligently and then one day he has been promoted to customer or he decides to leave the organization. If you burn him birth completely any anything. He hasn't as device. Now he could upload it to his own personal one drive dropbox and things like that. The appropriate way to do this is from z. Tna perspective is no matter. What happens if he's going to the internet whether it says naked always protect that. Always keep that in line in always protecting it. But if he has access to mission critical internal applications. Go ahead and immediately revoke that once. You have burned that user in identity. Whether that's you know you're paying octa you name it in your mileage will vary based off of the iep that you're using some of them like an octa right. The integrations are so tight that the the moment that you revoke access for jeff going into an application. It's immediately picked up versus like injury. Active directory is synchronize. Like every fifteen minutes before five minutes or on demand but spelling that out for customers like listen. This is what you're gonna do. Let's operationalize this. In that way. If jeff decides that he wants to put his two weeks in and you want to burn his access internal applications night not have to worry about him grabbing this stuff and then uploading it to his own personal dropbox. You can be able to lock that insecure the company and minimize risk. I think that's an important part here is is you know we've been talking about network access and getting access to data but what happens once date is on the device is typically challenge. We see things you know. Expand boxing and and dm's all kinds of exotic ways there to protect the data. That's no longer motion and it's at rest on a device. I think that's part of the challenge. You mentioned a couple things as you were talking around. The transparency to the end user is obviously a big deal right for a security perspective. Because of it just works. You're going to gain alignment and you know that people are using the secure. Pathway that have been defined When it comes to the price of z. Tna versus a traditional kind of vpn only network access. How do you see the comparison between the two is cost a factor that is something that you know might be prohibited for some companies or is it pretty equivalent. I guess. Help me understand if i'm a c. So and i'm thinking about making the spend to address z. z. Tna where do i make the spend. And how does it compare to what i already have been placed through something like the any connect. Yeah exactly so the first thing that to really identify that you you really are subscribing to a premium cloud service for z. Tna right in that you were doing so based off of identity so to figure out exactly what your cost is when adopting cloud is very easy if you have five thousand users were five thousand licenses and.

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"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"I'm sorry but seeing smash and ninety. I guess it would have been ninety five. I think it was when i saw them live at the aragon ballroom in the chicago scene when when i was around there and then maybe somebody like chris cornell why think has hands down one of the best voices ever for rock. It's hard for me to pick one I mean i guess i would have to say dave mustang. But only. because he's been. He wasn't metallica. At one point he went on to make megadeath issues and couldn't play for awhile. He's come back from that. So i'm going to go with dave dana on the on the rockstar. And i think he truly does epitomize the rockstar rockstar. Lifestyle at least for part of his life. Absolutely that's a great choice. I love that question. That was great. One jim yea eric. So you've been great with your time in. We want to get things close off here and were running toward the end of Where we wanna. We've it before we go. Are there any words of wisdom that you could impart upon jim. And i and the folks who are listening on your infosec journey and how many other people could take some of that evason and lend it to their world or alternatively a great band that nobody knows about that they should go out and check out or both. Oh i can about. I mean well. I don't know if these are words of wisdom something over the years. I've really come to believe in is always doing the right thing i think especially in the security space. I've discovered recently. There's so much talk about You know how to how to secure this how to protect that and think we all really know when in those scenarios went the right thing to do is but it may not be the easiest may not be what people wanna hear and for me. That's that's kind of turned into my my go-to lately. I think at her core. We know what the right thing is and we just need to be brave enough to say it. And and be that guy or allen the room that says it like that. I think that was a great one. I appreciate that no. I think it's hard. It's sometimes hard to do the right thing. And sometimes it feels like you're beating your head against the wall to try and get anything done especially in the corporate world where you have so many different constraints and things. You have to hurdle. So i love that. What about band. So my favorite current rock band. Who i think everybody needs to see live is the struts. So.

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"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"To the identity at the center. Podcast i'm jeff jim jim. Hey jeff. how's it going not so bad yourself doing well doing well i You know i was thinking back you know. We're having some good conversation with our guests today. I won't who that is. But we're having some good old school like how'd you get into Hacking and stuff like that made me remember. And we'll thing they used to run through my head. Which is i need a command. See an undo feature for my life so if you swing around and you knock over your coffee on your carpet is commands e undo. Then you'd never learn anything. It would just be like i get the concept but you know i think mistakes are part of life. Well i enjoy the deep So that's philosophy with him and jeff. That would be one of those things. We should put that out survey question which rather have an edge undo for life. Would you rather be able to learn from your mistakes. I bet you the edit undo it win the i think it was. It wasn't controllers without where you can kind of control life or whatever it may be. I think it sounds cool. But you know i think about the practical aspects of it. I would much rather have like you know copy copy paste right and then just you know here we go. we're done. We can solve the world's problems with that. Have another nice feature yet. No kidding So we're going to get into our topic in our guest today but before we do that we had any other News or notes that we want to bring up jim. Yes so i mean you know linked dentist my favorite social media channel And i guess. I'm linked in with a lot of folks from the idea say The identity to find security alliance. Their website is ideal. Say i d s alliance dot org and best with finding.

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"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"As a service model and i think we've seen a lot of organizations that have expressed a desire to move away from on premise type solutions right and even if that on premise really means virtualization. They wanna go to something as a service. So that's kind of what i was thinking is. Maybe we can kind of talk about. What have you seen from your perspective when it comes to as a service model so as this model started catching a lot of momentum past five six years and then i was working at on stunned young as a partner so the actually decided to build the entire cycle security as a service model and the reason for building up as a service model was because it actually cuts down the time to deploy the solution. The time to value is one of the driver. End up traditional Gonna model will require you to buy the tool unit to buy the infrastructure deployed and the amount of time it takes for any large organization like good when cycle etcetera at to be able to deploy test and then roll it out. All of that can be cut short. Okay because you have the best solution available in this model but apart from that there are other reasons. I get no mention which are very prominent which are bribing this as responding. The first one is Very easy upgrade on maintenance so in identity and access management you might remember that Deploying opportu club the product is just starting off your germany very soon find the product to will come up with the next person and then upgrading from the orders into the new zealand is a full blown project. Not just changing the product but all the integrated application need to take through the center johnny and going to test all of that and this has been constructed in the industry. The sass model or as a service model actually takes this. Mitchell wrote up vendor as a vendor. We can upgrade and building the new new feature functionality without You know breaking the entire continuum of integrated application onto the system not just the worst operational costs but also some of those implementation fellow you can award and also that you know the team and the talent which is required to upgrade the system. All that is you know. Kind of you can get rid of. And then the second most important factor which is diving as model adoption. Is you know the operation from any real or you can call it as a driven by the pandemic the cloud forest or mobility kind of initiative..

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Identity at the Center

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"My current role when i joined islanders as the ceo. So islanders had been focused. You know pastor two decades on identity and access management. And this time i'll say. Ram chose me okay to be able to come back home. It was kind of a full circle going back to i am and my full-fledged focus right now story so what we wanted to talk about. Today's this trend of The convergence of im and you know. i've been in jaffna both in the face for over fifteen years and you can see the industry go from sweets to best of breed and back to sweet back around fifteen years ago when oracle start buying best solutions pointed together into a sweet and in a way. Could call that a convergence of. Im the trend. In convergence of im today is about making all these parts and pieces. Work together. seamlessly so I really wanted to talk about or ask. You talk about How how you see this. I mean you're a company kinda coined the term compact identity. Maybe talking a little bit about what that is You know maybe key off of what. I was talking about the convergence of. Im be more than just a suite of different solutions for each of these single sign on identity governance and seeing a privilege access management for example. Yes so this is very good question and infective yet. So much focused on the convergence. So let me start with iota. I question that why we call product as compact identity and what is the meaning of compact identity so basically when we coined the stone. Compact identity dictum convergence Story was not that very popular then. Islanders created the disco dot com back tied entity. The idea was to bring all the components of identity into a single platform and compact them together to create a compact platform. That soviet started our journey. And if you look at why we chose to get this compact identity solution So addict expedients had been as you mentioned that in the beginning it was a very simple requirement for identity and access management..

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"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"You're listening to the identity of the podcast. This is the show that talks about identity and access management and making sure who has access to what let's get started. Welcome to the identity the podcast. I'm jeff and that's jim jim. Hey jeff how's it going not so bad yourself. Good ed just got back from week vacation I took my family to orlando to the land of the mouse and Student lot of long lines. We were supposed to be fifty percent capacity. I honestly couldn't tell felt like the lines are longer than ever. That's you're you're a brave person to Take that journey I know you were you. And i were talking about earlier today and you weren't able to actually get onto a lot of the i think attractions because they were sold out ahead of time right well. That's the sunday sold out. But now it's even though you have a paid park admission and you have you prepaid to all those attractions You have to reserve them using the app so Word to the wise if you're going to orlando Four disney all the parks Download the app reserve your spot in different attractions ahead of time..

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"People able to go to a website to get a lot of no cost resources in a very specific when i say no cost You know i. I don't think free because somebody's paid for whether it's our member. Companies are generous grant from the crude infrastructure security agency the as They provide these resources for us to be able to partner with say And provide these resources at our website at no costs for people who want to take advantage of them. There's nothing wrong with free. I think people will always be be a Amenable to to having the resources and plus. You've got a cool domain name. Right stay safe online. That's easy to remember as riot into domain names. I mean we retire very best to not only keep ourselves safe help others as well and julie mentioned a very key. Point that We do focus on individuals You know and helping them whether you're talking about families or communities which are made up of individuals right so so we try to cover three hundred and sixty million americans into fifty states six territories because they really need to understand. You know a this information. And i'm curious and this has been a little bit off track but from an advocacy standpoint You mentioned talking about the individual. Do you ever get involved with advocating on behalf of individuals for any identity type things with governments or businesses or or anything like that. Yes sir shortly. Businesses right We were able to really how businesses understand what identity and access management wise so critical to the enterprise security plan and you know how it's linked to a security and productivity of organizations and so we're constantly advocating on behalf of against small and medium size enterprises right businesses are one thing small medium sized nonprofit small and medium-sized governments. We forget that there are small medium local governments who they don't recognize or expected particularly smog of You know they don't have the bandwidth necessarily focus on something like this so we come in again to be a force multiplier to help them out and certainly advocate on their behalf. It's great Julieta quick question. Few regarding management day Have you seen this be more of a kind of a. Us based Response that you've seen or have you seen a good international response to to this as well. Yeah that's a good question Jaffe is definitely been an international response. May we've seen Organizations based in europe actually one of the organizations that reached out to be an identity. Management champion is cyber in africa So you know in. It does run the gamut so geographically diverse. But but also kinda back to kelvin's point we've had a teacher within the number four norfolk public school system reach and say hey. We're all about helping kids what it means to go online. And how to make sure that they're secure and the things they should do and should do And so..

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"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"For solving the problem. Brian shorts you How do you think the. Im team can partner better with the business overall. And what are your thoughts in terms of that engagement of the of the business. It has about partnership In that implies to me that you can ask questions and actually listen to what the answers are. What you're good question. You know what your pain points is. Is there anything we're doing here that we can make your life easier are we. Are we so focused on that end. Result that we're missing part of your other job duties that could accommodate if only we knew about them so getting good dialogue sometimes even just having a chat and not even talking about. I am at all Is kind of helpful getting a better idea of what are you really do. I don't have a clue what you do in your your role on a daily basis. All i know is how we've been discussing it in terms of the the deployment on the tool. So tell me about your old about all the things you do all the people you interact with. Sometimes you can gather some early get information that way and help directly with the person in that task you may get some information that helps with someone else down the road a pierce what about you. What are your thoughts in this area about building by engaging rid the rest of the business. What brian said. I can't emphasize that enough in brian. Especially when you look at where you and i wear in twenty nineteen and before we got the buying that we god how much of a hurdle right we had to get through what we dictator at. How much easier it got once. We got the business that line and say you know this makes sense. Let's do it. We see that they saw value without it without collaborating to that expectant being transparent with the business i the identity programs will fail. I think they're one of the most crucial things to build a sustainable program that people also adopted like which is huge because he designed something everyone say. Hey the socks. We don't want him to rip it out in a year or two years and that happens i think having that later transparency of those honest conversations in collaborating with the business and realistically showing them. What your vision is seem to hate it. Getting back up on feedback is the most healthy bank. You can do tach both Program i think this is an opportunity to leverage relationships. Right part of part of being a good. I am program manager or team. Member is making relationships with the business with counterparts You know building trust with those organizations and with your own team that when you say something's going to get done it's gonna get done right and that you're not going to be someone out there that's hanging so i think that's i think that's an important part too is is the relationship aspect of it and being able to leverage. Hopefully things that you've built up and sometimes a little bit tougher. If if you're new to the organization you're walking in you're going to have to basically start from zero or if you've been there for a while you might have our relationships you might have some maybe not so great relationships because previous projects might not have gone as well but it's okay to get smarter. It's okay to get better. So i think that's an area that that is also kind of ripe for exploiting you know where it makes appropriate I know you've been run a little bit long here. But i want to make sure that we have time to kind of give kind of last thoughts or finals for a close it out for this week bryan wants to let us know is. There's anything that you think that you can add to the conversation that people kinda chew on out there. I mean being a identity Professionals i think we all understand the importance of this this space But not everyone else quite understands that And then sometimes we we were under that guise of information security as a whole and everyone's tired of hearing the fear uncertainty and doubt factor So we have to communicate clearly and and don't forget to accent the benefits that were working towards that this is. This is the help everyone on both sides of this coin. Not just you know. We're doing it for us and you guys have choice. So yeah communication. You can never can never talk too much about. Fostering good communication like that. How about you pierce. I completely agree with brad. Brian said it's just today. We're empowering business. I think when you take your first. It course when you read your first it book you'll read it. It's about empowering end users and for a lot of work we do. That's the business at understanding how we can help them. Leverage them but also protect them from all the bad things that make the front headlines. That's the bouncing ad that we will continue and hopefully we can get to a point where everyone will see. Oh hey i am. Projects actually make my life easier simple examples to remember. I don't need to request rolls. Oh compliance all system generated no more excel spreadsheets. So having. brian likes that example. The best it correlates advantage to all that umbrella at take as we go forward. It's important not to lose sight of that game. How about yourself last thoughts here before we close out from the week last thoughts. I know. Brian isn't huge vendor san. I'm going to ask everybody to go around the room and and say which evanger they would like to be. I'll start with door I think kicking ass with a hammer. We'd be pretty cool and Longest share myself. So i'm going to door. What about you brian. I'm not so lofty to consider myself a god. So i'll just stick with captain america. Now i always like to captain america's very simple approach to life and how he always seems to get things done so i would go the winter soldier. Man i with becky barnes. Nothing bryant psychic. Although i know rides thinks about that statement i love. I love love. Love duckie story is different dimensions. This character us fan of. I thought you would have picked wanda now. Honestly i was debating that the scarlet witch is is all powerful. You know jim. This might be one of the best questions. I think it's been asking this show. And of course has nothing to do with. I am. I'm going to have to go with iron men because i am a huge gadget freak. So i think having all the toys and whistles and you know things like that would probably be pretty appealing. Plus you know you can say you're the guy who beat thanos which that's not bad question. Jim thank you. Thank your and hey last thing for me. Is everybody as i always do. Open to connecting our lincoln so please myself the connections and java connection pearson. Brian are you guys open to connections on link denver listeners. Yes sure great well with that. I think that's a good spot. The we can leave it for this week. i will have links and the show notes To all of our winston profiles to make it easy to connect dull forget identity management day. Twenty twenty one is april thirteenth and you can also visit the show at identity at the center dot com or on twitter at see podcasts. And with that we're going to go ahead and leave it. Thanks for listening and we'll talk y'all in the next one. Thanks for listening to the identity at the center. Podcasts beauty like what you heard. Don't forget to subscribe visit us on the web. Identity at the center dot com..

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"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"So i try to a load or or prepare people to know that there's a lot of heavy lifting involved with this app upfront. But after we get all of these permanent established than things become much easier things will flow. You'll actually realize that the tribunal of this environment but it's just an easy plug and play and you're done so you know working with the business making sure they understand what our goals are What's in that goal. Should be to make their lives easier ultimately because when their life is easier my life is easier But getting the information you need in order to truly deploy Their application or their system in the tool and not have to go back multiple times to get extra information that they just didn't think was important so I always put that on both of our shoulders. That will i may not have communicated well enough that we need everything. You know But then sometimes they we. We've learned a few hard lessons where some people are very protective of their systems. And they're afraid to tell you everything Because i don't know what you're really gonna do so you've got to try to develop those relationships I've also learned. Sometimes those are not handled. Well over email. You've got literally get in that meeting and and talk with them. I think probably a lot of people have these Relationships where the email exchanges are very tursun and almost combative and yet you get in a meeting and everyone so happy to eggs each other and and more than happy to help so you know you try and leverage what you can to get the job done. It's hard to convey tone in an email right. I mean think emoticons may have helped I'm a big fan of animated gifts and things like that to carry on conversations. But yeah i think it's important to make sure that you recognize time is a value for people said a very well bryan as i think is not you know people are busy. You're not the only one has things that they get done right. They're not at your beck and call typically so you got to be smart with that time Do you ever come across issues when it comes to business processes and then sometimes how that might affect configuration in product versus customization. Which might you know. Take you down a rabbit hole. That maybe don't wanna go down to from a technical perspective all the time as i alluded to earlier. It's it's amazing when you start digging these Trenches and you know trying to lay your foundation that the people you thought new. The systems don't know the systems so you'll start developing process and based on all your information it should be simple. Abc in you're done and then Somewhere along the way. There's a right hand turn. That happens that you weren't expecting and now there's a whole new group involved in this process that you thought was a single source. So you've you know you try to leverage Okay what what are you know. And how does that flow into this and does it. does it flow from anything else. Are there's this does your effort impact other things too. So maybe you can get a benefit by all of these pieces together to to Put in your quiver for later. Use but Yeah business processes are never as simple and quick and easy as you might think they will be gave a run into any challenges from ownership perspective. I think this concept of business owning the data is sometimes foreign to some of the clients that that we saw the we worked with in the past and know it's not. It's not hard best rule but there's a lot of times where the business make kind of toss things over the it wall and say well you figure it out You know do you know what are some of the challenges seen around that in some ways that you approached it you know the usual access management Will don't you know everything you know. Can't you decide it's like well. No we're not here to make the decisions based on our feelings of the day. We have hard and fast rules and parameters that we use And that that's always shown Sometimes when we're talking to these business owners and we'll ask them some of those. You know a technical questions. And they'll look at us with the blank stare and i'll in tell me basically Back with you on that one so then you can maybe depends on the person you can let them go do their leg work or more appropriately. You probably should say well. Let's go find that person to talk to them together because you know it's better to get that information firsthand rather than have someone translated to unit completely wrong by the time you get so it's a trust but verify. Guess is a good approach. I think ownership can be a scary thing especially if you don't really know what you're signing up for and there might be a hesitancy right to say okay y'all on it and only the brave. We'll go there without doing their due. Diligence pierce what are of your thoughts when it comes to challenges that i am program might get from the business. I think brian ivanhoe does mailo close to home. But from the work that we've been doing right. A lot of the challenges all seem to be level setting resource low setting expectations than resource bad with and understanding that. Hey and i am. Project is not an assessment right. It's not gonna be done. It's not gonna be fixed within two days or three days. And i am implementation. I am project. It's there's a lot of complexity a lot of layers and we need adequate time and investment. And it's a heavy lift up front but the reward is there than of the tunnel. And i believe that most people when they get pulled in for request right everyone has day job and everyone has stuff to have to do a lot of times these projects coming out and people say oh. That's great. let me go do them. And then they say oh. I'm sick of doing at. It's very because their stuff is piling on from their day job and i think balancing that out and understanding that look yet the first few weeks is not going to be easy and there's a lot of work to do a lot of discussion and lot of challenging the nor right that's identity seems to becoming an heading towards to as it innovates but having that gap of understanding constraints understanding. Hey let's all go. Let's lift this. Lift this giant boulder up at once. We the once we lifted it will be a huge sigh of relief for the program overall. I think that's been the main focus that i personally have seen for several number of years and it's been very consistent and it's harder it's a harder problem to fix that. Most people realize it's funny. Is the boulder analogy i. I think of the boulder getting picked up and they think okay. What are all the things that are crawling underneath that that we didn't. I'm curious. you know pierce your thoughts and then back to. Brian and we'll go to gym is. There's an expectation. I think that you know when you come into an organization whether it's consulting or as an im program manager or just any part of the im chain is that you're going to have answers and you're gonna have them right away and you're going to know everything and how to solve every single problem. I i don't think that's realistic expectations. And i'm curious as to you know my my thought process is when we're when we're talking with folks around a It's okay we're gonna start putting questions out there and we may not have the answers or they may not be ready with a parent but that's okay right. We need to start understanding what we don't understand to be able to fix those types of things. And i'm curious if that's something that you guys have seen as well and your experiences maybe pierce will start with you go. Brian is so. I'll put it this way. I don't think janowski and the reason. I'm saying that is if you look at the questions and the landscape and if you remember the thing earlier was that identity specifically such a unique beast because it's in the heart of so much that the business does without even realizing that it is and the back end. It's one of those things where having identity be at the position is people expect you to know. Hey how does. Sap work caught a service now work. How does the are hot as the aarp were us all of this plant. How does it play in identity and very rarely can one person actually answer all that they might be able to answer that have very high level but doing deeper.

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Identity at the Center

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"All right. my last one here is finished. The sentence if i if i log in and i'm not using mfa. I am what you're probably not you. You're probably you're probably. You're probably from a different country and if you're not using mfa to log in. Yeah you're you're you're lucky that you're still able logging. I would that. I would go with screwed. But that's just me all right so you know you've been super johnson your time. I do want to talk a little bit about this. Identity management day that we can of cheese at the top of the show. I mentioned that it's april thirteenth. The second tuesday april. It is a brand new thing. So if you don't feel like you missed out. Last year is something that has been started by the identity defying a security alliance along with some help from the national cyber security alliance as well. I think this is probably breaking news. It wasn't sure if you're aware of it. Rob but Yeah there's there's a identity management day april thirteenth thoughts. Does that mean. We have to sign in more times that day. What do we do to celebrate that day. Well we've talked about maybe doing a cake in our last episode I think there's a lot of different ways people get involved. There are a few different things that you can do. You can go to identity management day dot org. They have a bank brand spanking new website. Where you can do things like nominee in evangelist of the year or maybe rate a podcast of the year and the im space and i think that would be. You know something that people might be interested in You could do not like an orgy of the year. I know they're looking for content as well for blogging around identity management. And you know maybe doing blog or some sort of video or audio type thing that you know. They're looking to kind of help. Highlight the need for. I m You know maybe that's something that You know people might be interested in go. Check that out any thoughts on being in an evangelist of the year for a friend from an. Im perspective that's fantastic. I i don't think i get to to win that. I don't think i've been a good enough evangelist. But i do think that you know we do. Need these days to to get people to think about this. Kind of behind the scenes the pipes in the walls authentication is is critical for our success. We want to make sure that we're getting better. So i appreciate them putting this together eject jumped last week. We celebrated national pancake day. I think a basic question. Why isn't there an identity management day right another risk by april thirteenth You know. I think we're we're we're trying to figure out. What does that look like for us to show perspective on. How can we helped kind of celebrate that you know. It's it's always great to get recognition. I think the more people that are aware of identity and how important places security you know. I would argue. That identity is at the center in chimps when it comes to security and being able to to know what you're trying to protect so you know i i fully support it jim. I think you know you do too absolutely You know. I think what you're saying rates..

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Identity at the Center

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"You know we gotta go do a little bit more intelligence gathering and you know determining kind of what attacks could we throw at this thing than we were staying in. The on prem would imagine that open source intelligence or oh since i think it's typically called right is something that is of great value when you're trying to approach something where you don't have really a good knowledge of how something works It sounds like that's that's the way i'm thinking. Yeah yeah no is exactly right Osen one of. I think the most interesting parts of pen testing to learning what is out there publicly available We also have Access to a dark web provider and so part of reconnaissance that we're doing you know in line with oshima's were searching dark web for information. What kind of credentials compromise credentials out there that we might be able to leverage problems. Ever gonna go away with people reusing passwords. But when you have that. This is why it's so important to not reuse passwords is. Because you know it's it's possible that that username password combination has already been compromised is available on the dark web and then we can simply lift sat out of there and use the same information to gain access to the corporate network s seen a lot of products recently tout their ability to have access to compromise passwords right. In as part of the products they can either flagged user or prompted the change of password or whatever may be which to be irritating for the end user. I'm sorry your email address and password apparently already out for sale and it's probably dirt cheap. That's right. I have to imagine that the entire pen testing community has some level of competition around it. How competitive is it. Maybe even internally but compared with other organizations where you is there a a cool factor for being able to break something or to discover something How is your team approach. That totally so..

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Identity at the Center

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"It's one of those things. Yeah so all right. So i think you know we probably. We covered a lot of ground. Here you've gotta topics Alex thanks so much for being carta show. We're going to have a link to your lincoln in our show notes which you can find inside of whatever after listening to right. Now you can also search the web for fr- identity f. r. y. identity. You got a lot of good information scoring out onto lincoln before recordings out here. Any final words of wisdom that you'd like to bequeath upon us probably just say for people to look at the capabilities of the solutions. They've gone and where possible make sure they're applying. Mfa as appropriately as they can for they use by to meet day usage. Needs and everything else sage advice. I appreciate that jim. How about yourself. Anything you want with honor of having our first stand up comedian on the show. I say people centric identity. It's no joke. Oh that is terrible jim. I'd like to leave you with one more than when you talk about. Biometrics and the one thing i think about it with that is That retinal scanning is all fun and games until someone loses a credential. I absolutely love their alec. I i might turn into teaser. I don't know. I think i'm gonna try to figure out how to work that in but if you don't get it stopped stopped. The podcast rewind. Go back and listen. Because i think it's super clever It is definitely very good and that is a. Is that a fry them. How do we how do we there. Make sure that you get the the appropriate credit for that. I'd love a phrase. That sounds great to me all right so we'll do that All right so. I think we're near the end of the hour Let's go ahead and call it for this week Alex certainly appreciate it. Thank you so much for starting your day with us and helping us and our day with this conversation on our side Like i said there will be a bunch of links in the show notes. You can find those in your podcast app For the dsa report as well as links to our on lincoln you can also find links to ourselves and our website on wync as well as identity. Center dot com. You can see us on twitter at idea..

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Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

"God. The only way that mary could have ever dealt with her son going off at thirty years old she understood that he had this mission he had to fulfil a mission that there she was at the foot of the cross watching her son die for no other reason than out of love. Aw aw the fact that this celebration of the feast of the holy family. Oh jesus mary. And joseph comes. During the christmas season is an opportunity that we are given as we come to the close of another year a difficult year a challenging year. Whatever one one wants to name this year but it's an opportunity. An opportunity for interior reconciliation. Because maybe we won't be able to reconcile with a loved one because they have gone onto god but we know that that connection continues. The reconciliation can occur but if someone is still here on this side of life than we have opportunity and we have the holy family jesus mary and joseph to assist us in strengthening our own families and maybe that will seem impossible but nothing is impossible for god thinking of what simeon when they brought the child to the temple. The child jesus any says now master may let your serving go and peace. According to your word for my eyes have seen your salvation which you prepared in sight of all the peoples late for revelation to the gentiles and glory for your people israel. This is our savior. This is what he can do for us because we are not going to be able to do it alone. Midday charity of christ urges song to deepen our love for one another especially in our families. God bless you prayers with you. Catholic apostolate center as many resources. Just go to catholic apostolate center dot..

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Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"center" Discussed on Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

"Prepare for what they need to do. Kind of how life works every once in a while. We'll get caught unprepared blindsided. Things will happen we. We don't understand how what happened there. Maybe we try to blame somebody else and try to say well this this happened. This happened this happened. I think it's safe to say in many ways we were unprepared for the coming of a pandemic and we don't know what to do at times over time. We started to figure out what we do how we can do it when we could do it. But things seem to shift and change like shifting sands under us weird the john the baptist to help us to learn how to be prepared to call out in the desert. Do these different things. And sometimes that may seem like some people are saying that even now the different things that we could do that maybe some are not doing and that might frustrate people especially those who are prepared and are doing what needs to be done in faith we never know when the coming of the lord is going to happen whether it's coming at the end of time or our particular and our end of life lured is always trying to come into our lives. That's what john the baptist was trying to say. Prepare yourself because he's trying to come into your life. He wants to give you as we hear in the book of the prophet isaiah comfort. And we here in second. Peter is patient with us wants us to truly live in him but sometimes were running around doing different things trying to find all sorts of things that will somehow phil and can't we think they can fill. These are the things that we need to be prepared for repair for retirement. We need to be prepared to pay for an education. If if our child's going to college we need to be prepared for some situation that might come down the line. We make all these preparations. Are we prepared in faith for the counter with the lord not just simply at the end of our lives. What he's trying to come into our life. Every single day reaches out to us he calls out to us. He invites us into encounter with him. Maybe we're so busy preparing for other things that are not eternal. We don't hear him. we don't see him. We don't recognize him in the people who may be around us in the poor and the suffering and the struggling in the invitation to join with the community of faith im- worship of our god and to receive him in the eucharist. These are the things that are more eternal. These are the things we are called to prepare for so that we can live lives that are aligned with the lord and then the other things fall into place because we're not running around trying to repair last minute or trying to do things that we think will keep us prepared but instead keep ourselves fixed on him gives us comfort was patient with us and for who need to be prepared for whenever he may come into our lives prepared. I listening prepared by seeing prepared quieting ourselves. That's the advent. Season is all about preparing for the coming of the severe in our lives may the charity of christ urge us on the catholic apostolate center as many resources. Just go to catholic apostolate center dot org. Our prayers are with you. May god bless you now and always.

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Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"center" Discussed on Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

"It's never easy to say difficult things to people especially people we care for. When we have to say something difficult how do we go about it? Sometimes unfortunately, what's happening now is that we just attack the other person would just right out of the gate whether it's through tax or social media or whatever it might be. This might be somebody who's a a friend of a person we're very close to and why are we attacking them if they have a difference of opinion than than we do But what happens when we feel that we have been wronged that someone has sinned against stars. How do we go about that? Do we just simply attack the other person or do we go about it in the way that Jesus calls us to? He tells us and gives us a method on on how to go about it. If you're brother's sins against you go and tell him his fault between you and him alone. That's really not easy for us to do. We somehow want that that third party there. Sometimes, WE WANNA do it in a public way that humiliates person. This isn't the way of Christ. Go to that other person. One on one. And be able to say to that other person. This is the effect that this has on me not in an accusatory way. But a way that says, this is how this is affected me this fault of yours this sin of yours, how it has affected me. And then Jesus is now if the person doesn't listen. Then take one or two others along with you. But if so if the person does listen, you won the person over. But if not. Take a couple other people along with you sit down how often does this happen when people have addictions and an intervention needs to happen so that that people can see the fact that it's having on the family or among the friends or in the community wherever it might be. So that this way then others can assist not again in simply being accusatory, but in helping the person understand the effect that they're having. And then. If the person refuses listen that, tell the church. Now. This sometimes can be really difficult because while what do I do? Do I go and get the priest Deacon Somebody who works in the parish? Is this something I would do well sometimes that can be of help. The church is the Church's ministry can assist this other person in coming to understand but notice that there's a whole process here because then only then. Jesus says. If he refuses to listen even to the church, then treat him as you would a gentle or tax collector notice that right out of the gate it is it's one on one in private with a small group with the community of faith the church. And? It's only then. To, just walk away. That's what Jesus is saying. A gentile or tax collector. These were people that others stayed away from. In the Jewish community. But this is the a method. Jesus gives us to be able to be more discerning more measured have more of a way in which we're able to. Attract others, and then what happens when we offend what happens when we sin do we open ourselves? We open to hear that other person expressing the way that we may have offended another the way in which we are faults have caused difficulty in other people's lives. No one of us is perfect. None of us are perfect. We are all sinners. We're all in need of the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. We are all in need of ongoing conversion to Christ and because of that that voice sticking come through that other person were through that community to speak to us can well be the voice of God and we St-. Need to listen to that voice. But also discern that maybe we're just being ganged up on. And to recognize how that may be. That's why this other method of Christ rather than all kind of going after a person. Really, in the private to talk with this other person at first and to express again, not accusatory way. But in a way that simply says, this is the effect that this has on me and is having on those around us but it all must be done in the context of prayer. Jesus says again, Amen I say to you if two of you agree on Earth about anything for which they are to pray, it shall be granted to them by my heavenly father for where two or three are gathered together in my name there am I in the midst of them. So when we're those two who are together Jesus is present. Present in that moment. He says that he promises that. We're not alone in that discussion that we might be having and working through that difficulty that we might be having Jesus is present in that moment. And we need to recognize that and ask. For even greater awareness of his presence in that moment. So that, then we can live in greater peace and unity with our brothers and sisters. The charity of Christ. The Catholic apostolate center has many resources. Just go to Catholic apostolate center dot work. May God bless you. 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"center" Discussed on Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"center" Discussed on Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

"Nobody looks for people to attack them. In fact, if anything Most people avoid being attacked. We find ways to work around and maybe we'll do different things in order to keep people happy or keep situations. Going well. Or maybe we're just living our lives and doing what we. Feel is necessary for our lives and we become attacked in some way. Sometimes people of faith experienced this. Only simply because of their faith and living out life in and through their faith. They're seen as somehow. not part of the norm or. are attack simply for that. Imagine being called. A dog. When you're trying to get your daughter healed. And yet, that's exactly what we hear. In the last ball. For the twentieth Sunday in ordinary time. Jesus calls the Canaanite woman. Comes asking for healing for her daughter. A dog. I can't do this for you I'm. Here for the people of Israel. And yet she perseveres. Even, the scraps. Dog Eats from the master's Steve. A. She perseveres cause of her faith. In the Lord. She continues. And she receives what she asks. Perseverance. Is Not just simply. Enduring something. Perseverance means that we are not in this alone our faith. Assist us in continuing on that even if we are having challenges outside or inside. You'll be having difficulties within our cells. In. Faith. because. Maybe we're not receiving the answer or maybe we. Are. Angry with God for some reason or another. This pandemic is going. So long where where is God the situation in our world? All of these things might anger and upset us or maybe it's something much closer because of. Sickness or financial situation or whatever it might be. We're called to persevere in faith even in the midst of those things where we think that the Lord is against us. But he's not. One sauce. To persevere in faith in him. Even when it's difficult, even when challenging and even we think God is against us. Our faith. Move. US through. Our faith will take us where we need to go. and that's deeper life in our Lord Jesus Christ. And that will mean at times that we're going to need to do and to say things that are challenging because they are. Out of our faith. They come as a result of of our reflection. On Two thousand years of human history. Since the time. Of Our Lord Jesus Christ. In. that. We have something to say to the world as people of faith. Not. Only something the say on more. So something to do. To, do as Jesus did. To be a healing presence in the world no matter who comes to us in need. Sometimes, there might be a reaction because why why should we assist this person or that person? But as Jesus taught his disciples. In his encounter with the Canaanite woman. He comes to heal those who believe. Sometimes people don't even realize that faith is rising in them and one of the ways in which to witness our faith is in an through our care, our concern, our compassion and our healing of our brothers and sisters were around us. And not only those who are around us. That those who are around the world. Because everyone. Is Our neighbor. Everyone. And that's difficult because we want to divide things we wanna box things went to put people in little boxes or Call them all sorts of names at times because. They don't believe or think exactly as we do. Instead we're hold. Show the love of Christ. For All, we encounter. Ring his you. into their lives. Charity of Christ. Just. The Catholic apostolate center has many resources. Just go to Catholic apostolate center dot war. May. God. Bless you. Know that our prayers are with you..

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"center" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

Sidewalk Ghosts

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"center" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

"Yes, I know. It's July. But something inside me has zoomed my heart back to the week before Christmas 2011 a usual night unusual drive home one without my seeking them. They popped into my view like a mob with a cause they crossed the street their numbers hard to ignore as following them a press pool of photographers worked to find their shot off their flashes further grabbing my attention as with every pulse of light distracting streaks of brightness bounced across my windshield whatever it is. I'm in I told myself as with a snap decision on my neck turned. I navigated back to the point of my first seeing them. It was only one city block that I circled 2 minutes at most but as I passed the spot of my first sighting them found the streets bare and empty. So I parked my car my investigative self kicked into gear. I had to know where to and how they vanished. Yes. The new Sherlock Holmes was dead. Beat and I was determined to figure out who had kidnapped the mass Gathering that had so intrigued me the air was still and quiet as by the side of my car. I stood curious survey the area for any clues or willing Witnesses and being the self-appointed investigator. I was I considered myself ready to smell out any reference of Foul Play. Then they ripped passed me off too shadowed suspects silence and moving fast as I assumed their membership in the disappearing gang. So as any self-respecting sleuth would do I latched onto their tail ten Pages behind them as without even looking at the signage or address of the building. They walked into I rushed through the same doors. They entered this is going to be epic. I convinced myself as I posture for a lot of mystery and Intrigue with sweat on my brow. I settled just inside the entryway scan the surroundings as I chested up for my next move then I was further carried for this month. More mob members brush my shoulders as they to sprinted toward what looked like the Hub of it all and it's like paste into the room. They went into I was blindsided with an unexpected upper cut off at the center of the hall stood Nicole love to its fullest. So apparent as all around her music was being performed by a list musicians while children of diverse ages off the room sharing hugs and kisses beautiful young and vibrant is the best way to describe Nicole yet. There was more to her than just external magnetism. She had an internal flame full of compassion the kind of person some might think that with her beauty and intelligence she could have been anywhere that evening but there she was directing a night of celebration at the modest little assisted living and Memory Care Center giving her all to share what she could to enrich the lives of the Aging forgotten and mentally challenged about 200 feeling individuals dead. I'm not talking about the residents only but the families and people who had chosen to do the same my skepticism of the evening redirected as she humbly told me how she lost her mother when her mother was in office old age how her mother lived in the retirement home and how her mother died of cancer how she was there the whole way and when her mom passed how she promised herself that she would never offer a senior citizen feel unloved or alone. The very reason why she had dedicated so much of her life to the nurturing and caretaking of the elderly. I watched her as she circulated bathroom. I stood again curious doing all that. I could to absorb her spirit as not one resident that she ignore in the blink of a moment it became powerfully apparent why I was pulled to meet her home and although the adventure was not as I had previously imagined. It was so very obvious to understand the draw that had first grabbed my attention an outcome. I had not expected to experience in my quest to find job. A lost Gathering. I want to travel the world. She told me but in revealing her dream, she grounded it with one most solid condition a consideration we could each bar when navigating our own wants needs and dreams that condition only if she could give back. And as to exactly what Nicole was giving back, well, I guess I can sum it up by sharing her point of view on the Aging she calls them her living angels so dear Nicole as you have inspired us, so to do we pass our prayers on to you and from us to you may all your dreams come true..

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