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"each" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"The eminent nerve specialist sir roderick glossop urge brady wooster and his friend charles biffi given to attend the british empire exhibition being held at. Wembley it is. The most supremely absorbing and educational collection of objects gossip enthuse both animate and inanimate gathered from the four corners of the empire. That has ever been assembled in england's history after arrival wembley birdies genius level manservant. Jeeves shimmered off and heat exertion and the education of all became so overwhelming. That birdie eventually sought solace inside an ice cold glass of green swizzle served by a bartender in the jamaican tent preps jeeves. Who was known to curl up with volume of spinoza. His off hours attended the principal. Intellectual attraction at wembley the conference on some living religions within the empire this awkwardly name meeting of world religions is one of several chronicle by my guest howard and his new book the faiths of others a history of interreligious dialogue in doing so he traces. How interreligious dialogue was to find how it in turn to find religion now reflected and reinforced ideals and concepts such as pluralism cosmopolitanism. An orientalist but not always in the ways one might expect towel. Howard is professor of history and humanities and richard and phyllis duesenberg chair of christian ethics at foul paraiso university in indiana. This is his second appearance on historically thinking was previously on the podcast talking about the historian. Jaka bernhardt tell howard. Welcome back it's great to be here. L. thanks thanks for having me again so I admire your courage. You wrote a book about committee meetings in which people talk about god and facts on. I think i just. I just was looking at on. Page somewhere in the back on the you have someone who says oh yes patel in his memoir acts of faith said the problem with going to these interreligious events was that they were excruciatingly boring. So you've written two hundred fifty pages about excruciatingly boring meetings. I'm not trying to like make people by this. Obviously this is so. Why would you do this thing to yourself. And why did you decide this needed to be done. An intellectual mask. The please opened by the time the reader gets to that quote. They find that interesting. Okay you didn't put you didn't put that hand actions in the conclusion that story up. Well i mean You know. I think this goes back to the origins of a book most books have some autobiographical and action. But i found myself directing an academic center at gordon college while us teach the boston area after nine. Eleven and students are of course wondering what does islam teach. What is what is this. Terrorist act happen. What's the relationship islamic. the west is. There's something religious. Violence has that been christian tradition of christians. Muslims differ on certain things that was out of in the air and Working with certain colleagues we staged number of interfaith dialogues biting imams and rabbis to to campus and number very interesting discussions with them. I guess i did not. I did not find these boring. But i found myself as a historian asking. What exactly is interfaith dialogue. I'm trained historians. So i didn't come through a religious studies program but i had ready access in my mind. Something interfaith dialogue or interreligious dialogue. Many people practice that and as i began to read a little bit of the literature at his father's just a sprawling literature. Many centers and initiatives been founded late twentieth century after nine eleven sort of global proliferation. Different interfaith entering the dissenters allwood. Broadly trying to walter piece in some manner. But i found myself just asking what. Where does this come from. What do i have gifts as a historian could trace. Its conceptual history. Germans have a great khan grips kishttah history of so i began to try to think about as i explored a more and more. And it's quite it's quite a meant to. I mean if you google interbay dialogue at our dialogue. you'll have this enormous range of of city. Councils have an interfaith component. A universities interfaith center interfaith chapel. And i thought this is a historical novel. The needs historical contextualisation. That's what that's what led me. So it's a brisk shook to that. It's it's one of those great german words that really we don't have we don't have an equivalent of so it's Let's begin than i wanted to begin with you. very cover. covilli organized the book around certain centers. We'll get back to centers and perforating the second well in several near the end of the program but several centers and i want to start with the first of these which is thought to poor secretly. i want in each of these centers. I want you to describe. Basically the briefly give us a sense of the personalities and the steaks. And what goes on each of these means off or we'll go through that and then we'll go back in the last part of the program will go back and we'll sort of tease out. Some of the some of the overall lessons that can be drawn from comparing these these. What what went on at different times in these four centers okay so fodder for secrecy. Where is it. who's involved. Yeah let i mean if i could just preface this by saying with referees and another sort of intellectual device worked with was that of a turning point because of such a use of large i thought that historians we have one one tool in our tool kit as that of turning points can can you isolate a key period or key moment in the history of something and that's what i began to do Chapter one which is just a title harbingers. I look at a number of Things that you might call interfaith al thought dollar i'll be at about and Before coming to the modern period of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries but one of the most interesting wasn't fatty port secret. This was up briefly. The capital of the mughal empire In the reign of of the fifteen hundred sixteen hundred early modern period is what we're talking about here. And i think two things go into this. He he established there's something called the dot kana which might be translated as the house of worship what. It was distinct that from a mosque. It was where he gathered people of different religious outlooks to have conversations and he seemed to be genuinely intellectually interested.
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"However, I did so many different interviews with so many really, really good people that on this episode today, even though this would typically just be me pouring into your business, me just sharing something short like 5 ten, 20 minutes where I poured into you and your podcast and growing your brand and really getting you in front of everybody. I'm going to do that today with an interview. So let's get right into it. And we're back with another episode of podcast on podcasting. It's your host anime atoms and today we are going to get into Serena who's story and her podcast. The podcast itself is called talk about cancer. Talk about cancer. So she's interviewing people. I know that I've met her on Clubhouse and she was like, how do I find people that are willing to be on this podcast? And I know there's other challenges. So we're going to get into our challenges. We're getting into everything that she's doing to crush it. She's actually has currently, as we're recording, has a full time job while she's doing this on the side. And so if that's you, if you've got a full time job and you're like, man, I don't think that I could start a podcast right now, probably get a little inspired here with Serena because she's probably working a lot of hours at her position and still able to make it happen. So with that said, Serena who, from talk about cancer, podcast, that link is in the show notes. Serena, my first question is, how are you doing today? I'm good. And I am very impressed that you remember my question from Clubhouse. Somehow, right? Somehow. Yeah, remember we got on and you were like, how do I reach out to these people? And get them on, and I think that there was also a second part of that where I don't know if it was about your job, but it was almost like you couldn't reach out to some of them for some reason. Can you remind me why that was? Yeah, so that was actually at the very beginning where I was trying to find that initial group of people to get together 5 episodes before I officially launched. And I started with your friends and family network, obviously, to start with in what I was asking that day in Clubhouse was I'm not really hearing back from people. I thought there would be more responses, how else can I really find guests and you were like, it doesn't sound like you're actually asking anyone? And I was like, oh, he's absolutely right. But I did get a few folks from just initial outreach through friends and family. And during that time in Clubhouse, what other people were sort of suggesting or why don't you go on Facebook groups and ask people because there are lots of cancer support groups out there and lots of activities..
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"Yes, yes. So Hisham was born in America and is a devoted Giants fan. He grew up in Palestine. He's an Irish citizen because I was born in Ireland and he's Palestinian because his father is Palestinian and he grew up in Palestine. He's a born mathematician. He has mathematics in his family. He once said to me that these numbers make him happy and he is the type of person who is a polymath. He's polyglot. You know, he speaks Arabic and English he's and currently studying. He's very good at Persian right now. He's been taking Persian. He He cuneiform took in college so he can write in an extinct language. He has studied Hebrew and German and French in high school and he is currently studying Spanish and Italian at and his own he is doing a BSc in pure mathematics at college. went in as a math students. And then when he took a when he took a course in archaeology, he was just He was hit by a bug for archaeology, bitten by the bug of archaeology. Now he's doing a BSc in math and a BA in in archaeology. Not really quite sure how those two things go together but Nizhan has the ability to just suck in information create this incredible database of knowledge that he can make quite rapidly connections with and then come out with a conclusion that he shares with people. I mean he's he's a he's he's a computer in his brain and near the same time he's very soulful and very philosophical. And I think in in the last few days. I mean this hasn't even been a week since this happened to him. In the last few days I've really understood how Nizhan has the ability to have his soul and his heart encompass his people and for him to be able to contextualize the suffering that he's had within what is is something that he sees as the valid and the dignity of his people. So I think that is giving him great comfort. There's an Arabic word which means resilience. It's about the concept of existence being resistant, staying on your land no matter And Nizhan for me signifies and symbolizes that concept. He is like like an olive tree that he can get cut down but he will regrow and that is where he gets the strength to be thinking about other people and about his people even while he lies in a bed unable to move. Well I think we can also see where he gets his spirit from you Elizabeth. I'm lucky to be his mother. I am blessed to be his mother. I'm so privileged to have gotten to know him in my life. So can you talk about them growing up in the Ramallah Friends School. We spoke with the head of the school who's now head of the whole American Friends Service Committee in the United States, Joyce Ajluni. Talk about his experience growing up in Ramallah where you live and going to this Quaker School. Well I mean life in Ramallah and life in Palestine is a beautiful thing. Obviously we live under military occupation and so you know people are killed every day often they are children and children are arrested and people are arrested and often the school goes on strike because in solidarity with the news of someone being killed by the Israeli army so it's a life that where you know when the school goes on strike that someone's lost their life and the walls of the streets around the school are filled with pictures of people who have been killed in memory of them. But Ramallah and Palestine is a place of family and community it's a place where everyone knows each other and you feel safe. My daughter who's 17 can walk home late at night in safety because everyone respects the other and sees the other as a member of a larger society or community or family and so you're never alone and you're always everyone acts to take care of each other so these boys grew up together they they did Model United Nations, they talked and they did math club and they did chess club and they would come to my house on a Saturday afternoon like giraffes you know as they grew up over years the and they would duck under my threshold and sprawl over on my couches and I would make them food and then they cram would themselves into Hisham's tiny room and they would just talk about philosophy and politics and language and then just joke with each other and and then when they were receiving their college results for those who had applied to American colleges you get the results at like three in the morning in Palestine so they would stay up together and they would be on the phone to each other and and they would be there for each other so if as they one person opened their email and if it was good news they would celebrate it was bad news they would commiserate and so that helped them survive so much and the three boys who you mentioned Hisham and his two friends are like brothers and I think that that has been so important for them after they were shot they were kept in the same ICU room for a number of days by the hospital because the hospital recognized that the proximity meant that they could be with each other and give each other strength. Kinen who has been released is was the least heard but was was deeply deeply traumatized by the experience that he went through when he thought that his friends had been killed and so by keeping him even though he could be released with the boys the hospital was able to give them that comfort of being with each other and having that camaraderie and that brotherhood sustain them in the time where they were just trying to come to grips with the hatred that had been shown to them the devastation of their lives and and I'm looking at a report from NBC at one event at Brown 20 students were arrested by university police and charged with trespassing after they refused to leave a sit -in outside Brown president Christina Paxson's office a friend of Hisham's Daniel Newgarden said that Hisham had attended a Shabbat dinner with some of the Jewish students who'd been arrested during the sit -in and that they got together each Friday afterward and they talked about the alliance between between Jews and who they saw increasingly anxious after October 7th Elizabeth yes Hisham did notify Brown that he felt unsafe on campus I haven't realized that Hisham often wouldn't tell me things he was so busy with his life doing five courses and 20 hours work of but he did feel anxious he was active and I have to tell you that when heard we about that sit -in by the Jewish students we were moved there's been such an incredible outpouring of support by Jewish activists in America the concept of the Grand Central it's a Grand Central Station sit -in with something that reverberated around Palestine and really lifted our hearts and then when Hisham sent me a picture of him at Shabbat dinner with these young people I just felt like he was in the right community I mean when this type of thing happens when Palestinians traumatized and so abused by the international community and the ignoring of their rights my children learned over this last seven weeks what it is to be on the wrong side of justice and I think for definitely my daughter and definitely Hisham it opened their eyes up to what it is to be a part of an oppressed community and the opportunity for all directly across that. Jewish people have been targeted for centuries by antisemitism. The other minorities in America, the Native Americans have been in solidarity with the Palestinians. Black Americans, so many different minorities have reached out and been in student solidarity with the Palestinians and I think that that's the life that I want my children to experience to live in a community where they know and fight against the injustice that the others suffer and that they know that the others are standing with them and against the injustice that the Palestinians suffer. So that Shabbat dinner gave me great joy when I heard about it. People can go to Democracy Now! and see we were there at the Grand Central protest, hundreds of Jews arrested as they shut down Grand Central Station on a Sabbath night, a Friday night. If you can say what the doctors are saying right now, Elizabeth, Hisham has a bullet lodged in his spine. He also, his thumb. What else is? So Hisham, from what I understand, he must have had his hand up when shot. he And was so the bullet went through his thumb into his clavicle. And then I think it may ricocheted against his scapula. It broke, I think it touched a rib, and then it went into T2 the of his spine. So from what I understand, that trajectory and that passage meant that the bone slowed down the bullet, which is very lucky because I think the bullet would have severed his spine.
"each" Discussed on Loving BDSM
"Explicit specific cure instances were this is gratitude and taking care of each other in service admission and all kinds of and i like i said at the top. You don't have to be a service that missile submissive to perform acts of service for the for the other person or the other people in your life. And i think that if the term acts of service bother you invested in that a little bit but to reframe it taking care of each other helping each other you know being a supportive partner and it it can take on a variety of form so for some people doing something physically not going to be possible either because your longest relationship or because. You can't do things certain things i in a physical way won't part of what we do to take care of one. Another is emotional and mental. We spend a lotta time listening to one another. We spend a lot of time talking about how we feel supportive you when we don't understand how other might be feeling. We're very supportive of one another we are. You know sort of a soft place to land. That is taking care of your partner. That is helping your partner in a way that doesn't require any physicality is just sometimes. It's just being there and listening. Non judgmental way The first time the first couple of times came out to me with your sexuality. Because that's evolved. Over the years. I could see that you were bracing yourself for some reaction that you didn't get because one. I was an okay person to say that do into porto but that is an example of just. You had a hard thing to tell me. You didn't know how it going gonna take. It had nothing to do with our relationship. You wanted to say that to me. And the way i took care of us and you in that moment was to be the person i'd always been and completely and part of that was because of in the past the people had talked to the.
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"each" Discussed on Loving BDSM
"Most part and each other ways probably because we have had and continue so much communication but also because we have the time invested in the relationship and also because we're paying attention. We're not perfect this but in general we work very hard not to take the other for granted and we work very hard to show our appreciation for each other when we do something. It is a rare moment when one of us does something and instead of it being appreciated. It's a you don't pissed me off. And i don't like this. Why did you do that. That's super super rare And i think ultimately it regardless of which side of the slash. We're on we want the other to feel good to be happy to be whole feature. Behold jesus behold unhealthy. Don't words and so what we do. Most of the time is in service of that so the acts of service we do for one. Another are really acts of service for the relationship Yes it's for the individual to help the individual but it's also to help the relationship me putting away laundry even though it's your job because i know you're exhausted and i know that you're you know catnapping and i know we got busy and you forgot it was even there. Yes i know that helps you out as daddy and jamie and that makes a little bit of your life easier but it also moves everything forward so we've got clean clothes and things are ready to go and you can move onto an whatever the next thing is on your list and not have to and that and that is also how i think of it. This isn't a conscious thought. I'm having in moment. I'm not sitting there looking at the laundry in the dryer going. You know we'll if i do. This does this relationship and this for him. And that's this is all split second stuff that when i come back and look at it i go. Oh this is what. I see that it does and understanding what pass acts of service taking care of each other. Whatever you wanna call it have done may have meant and what they can do for us informs the next time that comes up so there are times we'll both be bone tired and just ready to be done and yet if we see an opportunity to help the other we will take that opportunity because ultimately that small inconvenience in the moments is worth it for the long term health of the relationship and that is beyond the dynamic it. Is you talk about all the time having a strong foundation of any relationship in certainly power exchange. It's why god forbid if the power change went away. Can't imagine him putting the relationship underneath is solid enough and steady enough and strong enough that we're gonna move forward right. I mean regardless. I hate to tell you. They're changing my head..
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"Lauren. And sarah with episode one twenty two but we are so excited to have a returning guest and friend. Elise hunter from hunters. Happiness say hi elise. We're so happy to have you bag. We had her on last year with her episode finding hope through infertility and it touched so many women and we have just bonded with. And we're so excited that we got to see you again today. In person survey yes. She has a wonderful. Diy account where you can just follow along as she is making her cookie cutter home custom and it is incredible. All the skills that you can do and we're gonna talk a lot about that and just like your journey down that road and kind of finding that power as a woman has yes today. We're gonna talk about well. I think over the last year we have really watched. You can have come into your own and kind of find a niche that you really love and enjoy in diy and woodworking like something that typically a man's field maybe. Would you agree. I would agree. We believe at the core and we talk a lot about this in our podcast. That empowered women go on to empower other women. Do you have anybody in your life specifically that kind of really empowered. You are encouraged you to kind of go for it. So i think the person that initially comes to mind is my mom. She always empowered me. Also my dad. I think my parents really shaped me into believing that. I could do anything that i put my mind to. But then i'll also just the different seasons of my life. I feel like. I've always had someone there who's empowered me and now especially my husband but women particularly i would say my mom. I love that and in what ways would you say your husband. Kind of empowers you now. Oh he's just the best cheerleader and he always believes in me and my crazy ideas. Whenever i've ever done anything that someone else or the majority of people would say don't do that. He says go for it if you do it..
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"Each other. Um and not have to be so far apart. Not to be worried that we might get covered. The highest ranking Republican woman in Congress is expected to lose her leadership position this morning as members of our own party vote privately to strip her of that position. Congresswoman Liz Cheney isn't backing down, though, after blasting former president Trump for his false claims of election fraud, I will not sit back and watch in silence while others lead our party down a path that abandons the rule of law. And joins the former president's crusade to undermine our democracy. More rocket fire exchanges between Israel and the Palestinians overnight. Dozens killed in all This is AP News. The Red Cross says Cove in cases have exploded in Asia. Here's our Charles Dillon Esma. The Red Cross says More people have been diagnosed with the disease in Asia over the past two weeks that in the Americas, Europe and Africa combined. Group warns the search is pushing hospitals and health systems to the brink of collapse. Seven out of the 10 nations, doubling their infection numbers fastest are in Asia and the Pacific. Campaigners are calling for more regional support with shipments off medical equipment support for prevention on urgent access to vaccines. Vaccination campaigns in Asia are hampered by shortages, hesitancy. And the costly logistics of reaching many areas. I'm Charles Village, Asthma about 58% of American adults have now gotten at least one Covic shot, according to the CDC. That's more than 150 million people. I'm Rita Foley. AP News THIS'LL.
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"each" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
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"each" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
"Everybody out. Now as you're this nasty being. I went through when i stopped. Long guy was the last thing i truly had to deal with my films ryan soft. I'm woman. I always thought like a heavy carry that experience that heads i take care of myself. I don't need no man on anything asking if it comes down to it. I'm not you know as far as being relationship also carrying the weight of me does it. I never. I never really truly felt like had relaxed. Look in the spill. That to but online is i had to do with that for myself. You adult on this level in that. S what they choose new responsibility finances. You can really let mainstream roman each level in love with mine. When i say that's just not me my face knocking my face. I look at because i noticed. Shit here i should have been walked away from so now i look at it with mountains. Assuming you understand every imb relationships. What i they a most of the time because we did not five. It's not that bad personality person but us never not knowing how to handle our feelings. He moves wordy and everything else week. That and i don't wanna sound like a preacher got a whole lot. I'm here we we. We need to realize you gotta make sure you're strong in every aspect when it comes to have family being fam- gonna said being being the type of woman i am even though i don't need a man i supposed to have ever saying even is that you're supposed to complete the fashion. Have that attitude. I don't eat one because my husband had worked for years. Plus that's that's that's more deep rooted in. You'll even know right that. Come from your mother graham russell. Maybe all of them having all of his nicknames. I'm not house. Everybody came to the ownership governor plumbing. Twenty one. I'm trying to play over. you know. We got realized it does it. Comes from joe kersey. Treat our men russia's. Before i seen win and i seen him do nursing. What makes me think that. I'm lacking any of that here. Okay so we're somebody say that. Are you seeing that as society meeting with to everything because our nature is to find. No this is a man woman to find so sovan whereas remain are you seeing. That's because much right now. Invited myself right now but eventually. I think that everybody's fine so we'll see. That's what i'm seeing now. I'm wanted like trying to find my my person is. I'm trying to feel my duration. My grandma but are aren't you walk. After my son are shocked me really waiting. And how these things running around. How to really treating us i had them. I took nine. People know versus is no rental. I drink so can't say to me at all i did. I pay five thousand dollars. Referee bill per month is the issue is still raise. My three hits you say certain things to me. Not that i'm nose in the air just that i know i didn't on that queen handle off so you can't you say stop you can talk you want. But i'm not the but not every time subsidiary word as i was devastated meant they every woman or any britain down know that right so we all that group where we realize that shit man or hurt was when mega sitting. Sig you built your vouchers. So i go. Johnny flight three months of herself right myself right back but i do. Even though i was finding myself i still wipe needed. Didn't brace me the other civilization that because this'll men we need down the victim of a woman's house emitted one you don't realize the pizza chain remarried one. No no. that'll be energy. The heather balance us balance. Yeah me right now. we're weirdos in because word now this is is that if these are papers don't but tradition says again and our look from in to my to my records in my kids school. You still. i work with your so. I didn't cook nor anti. But what i realize today is star wars. And there's no reason why slash talk to sit team and everything a marketing team. Or whatever. But i can massey stagnant twenty twenty minutes in the kitchen to wait another twenty eight. That's not feel by out online. Is if the week the women we our kids will be eaten. This or burger where this chick-fil-a they really wanted to take us out. They can really take us out. We better start being i you. The celtics not commanded. I'll blend a bachelor's double talk about somebody looks gene. If you wanna talk susan. Never once mentioned stopped the best stops or eaten by mount war and everything. I never pass the fruits often. Let's talk less poison. Especially what works best. You okay so to speak out now you would you say this you know also which i'm learning and finding out the bow line to our church most so so you know why but it's no now this is this is when you go into us like this.
"each" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
"Hello i'm here. You can do show. Is he's angry. I wish i make it up. I wish about erie. Your buildings thanks. Mike crazy to iraq. We start with this really out. Think everybody understands the toll it praise. It tasted the that mad inside. So so much that you ain't got the bigger cutback you're black. Being goes out to the path muslim for example. You're just regular standard black. So much against then once you affiliate yourself certain things like the rude hard. Ill were on your back. I know now now down floodgates every go art majority majority of that and the wars and that is safe haven supposed to be the whole home supposed to be safe. Meaning that we we made home. Now we'd i see. Well i want to say this first off women. I'm saying this to you. Because i had the nerve and it's something that i'm only fresh to maybe six months twelve months. That's i'm talking you to look at yourself. Just like he just said made it home and we say stuck to them by your come home and you know. Just don't stop by. See when you know when you start looking into the history. You start researching ancestors and everything else you see. That's true struggle wasn't acne day is also today modern date sabre. We're still sitting it. They gotta worry about going out in the road nevada paid. It's not having heard about it right year but as everywhere else. So we talk about the sues that we eat and where we're on the forty four years old. And i noticed when i work out in i eat right in a good in. Have the doctors taken off still medicine. Not inmates alibaba work is we have to realize that are that are family meeting. Our men are children are who'll like everything's a one in. I'm learning look away. Look for sam by myself. Pay my own bill. O.'neil may for my house and everything else. The monthly bills thinking jesus. You know i'm just you know what i'm saying like real learning not you man if you love 'em but if you know he's wasted time ever find out right. Do eat dry and worked out to get together in really build your family to get one also to add to that whereas vehicle naturally tries to leave on their email partner dance stupid national trying to leave nasa charleen on their partner right part of that is for to be successful man and woman have to actually understand one. I talk about. And i think that's essential one of those things that like you. May the bad news was society has in store for. He's never really prepared for things at home whether it'd be with his with his significant other which and reason those things get so complicated because we just naturally don't know how to articulate outfields my we can we can act out very good so i'm upset. I can assure you very clearly upset but fulfil vulnerable shui. Google turn around and show that anger anyway. Jonet offsetting what sensitive side by side that you really wanna save up. Thought about men was never so sweet. It hurts his back a little bit but at the end of the got to understand that you'll be so you could not go none of me so i also love. The energy might be here are really expressing. If i don't believe no muscles right well first off when energy. I in that. It's about the estimation The because that energy might be for that white but it might not be good for having babies together building the family so you gotta make sure that energy is good for you understand what i'm saying then just i was like us that everything will work with withdrew all be always think that we need that buys that we know we're talking about and that that was my second point. We tend to think that have dressed. That is because that's because something myself university you let it go through child. That's not what i is not even about each. It's about what you vote in my journey. This nasty ears. That the only thing i haven't touched insists that separated from my husband like i've i've been to him in swear with my former now only we're doing wrong but also the white man i'm sorry saying but i feel like it's true you know We have to realize that.
"each" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
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"each" Discussed on Future Ecologies
"To season. Three feature ecology do think are probably in line with two hundred fifty. Maybe i think there's more than that. I think there's three hundred word people here is is. They're all here to see a planned. Business marketing triumph. Hey we've got this flower. That's most like poop and dead things. Come cecchetto worked on us. But we're nerd. It doesn't take that much all up a mountain. This tiny tiny flower that most people would never notice. This is not exactly an inconspicuous so adam. Do you remember this. Of course i remember this. This was a long time ago like way before virus which should be obvious because of the crowds right. Yeah this is actually exactly a week before. We launched our very first episode back in two thousand eighteen. Wow it's been a minute so we were standing in this long line at the conservatory in vancouver to see this really unusual tropical flower that had attracted people from miles around because it stink and that our was The titan arum which i believe is the largest influence in the world a veritable tower of flour a skunk cabbage on steroids. The amore fallas titanic. Yeah some of the folks. Who were there told us that they thought the smell was kind of like cat. Urine or hot dumpster or according to a couple of people who apparently were speaking from experience. Dead rat yeah a couple of people. There were swearing by dead rat to me. It smelled a little bit like body odor. It's funny will. I think we'll get back to that. Is that right. So what what are we Why have you brought us back here. Well if you remember when we were standing in line we got to talking about some kind of stinky coincidences to be specific. How there are mushrooms that smell a lot like this plant and that also share some other qualities stink horns that are from the family felicia. There's a common thread there if if any of you missed it. It's the word fallas. So is convergent evolution. Or is it just coincidence. That stink horns which are really smelly mushrooms and these flowers in the arum family like the titan. Arum that day have this sort of undeniably phallic morphology and they also stink to high heaven. Did you ever figure out the answer. No i'm sorry. I got distracted. What what were you distracted by. Would it shock you if i said. Mushrooms wouldn't shock me in the slightest so mental. Is this going to be an episode about penis shaped mushrooms. No i wanted to zoom out from just stink horns for today's show. I've got a story about mushrooms and fungi. Obviously but more specifically it's about a special chemical conversation that's happening between us and them. It's an episode about odors delicious nauseating sometimes both and how these fragrances. Maybe shaping worlds of their own. Okay wait a second. Do we need a disclaimer here like i. I assume we're gonna be talking about sniffing mushrooms and the last thing that we want is for anyone to poison themselves by accident. So is this episode going to be safe for all of them. Michael logical novices out there. That's that's probably a good idea so there are a few caveats for observing mushrooms. number one. don't touch mushrooms growing on animal remains. Or if you're in australia or asia please don't touch up a very distinctive looking mushroom. Call the poison fire coral. Think i can manage that to get to know what rotten mushroom can look like. And maybe don't touch those. It's not dangerous. It's just less than fund three. Try not to inhale huge amounts of spores like breathing any fine dust. They can irritate your lungs. And finally if you are immunocompromised there is one mushroom to avoid sniffing. That's schizo falem. Coming or the split gill mushroom. Luckily it's pretty easy to recognize and the health impacts are rare but if you accidentally like pick up and touch destroying angel like just wash your hands in like. Don't worry about it right. Yeah although you don't even necessarily need to pick a mushroom in order to smell it but other than those few exceptions as long as you don't actually swallow it a mushroom can't hurt you not even a deadly poisonous one. So don't eat it. But sniff away. There are practically as many different fungal odors as.
"each" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"And you experience. All you know what i'm not being treated right or you observed at somebody or somebody's shared with us that i had this issue and you keep hearing the same story but you hear different stories from different communities and while you're at the table with your colleagues who've you're working with and sharing information that their health care experience different from yours is and what others that you know that you're serving working with has not been the same so you recognize it the communities that i'm working with and that i'm part of we're not getting the same opportunities exist existence or even experiences or level of care. It has to be recognized firsthand. He's gotta be recognized. And then we have to reconcile. What's the difference. Where are the gaps. Because i live on the south side of chicago or i'm an african american woman. Why is it that de breast. Cancer rates are higher. Might zip code than it is in your zip code. So it's those type of conversations in recognition and giving those issues of voice m apple. Fai it at the table with your colleagues. That's where we have to continuously. Go danny we have to do that. Is that how you got interested in clinical trials and all of that through that work that was part of my journey learned about the importance of healthcare technology. Back then so when. Our friends at popcorn called me in june twenty twelve. The invited me to their first. Our national conversation on healthcare. It methodology data methodology. Because i had a background and dillon with it and data from my years. At and t. So if you remember our friends. Sue sheridan oh totally. Yeah before then. We worked in the patient safety space. Oh with lots of friends and colleagues. So it's the relationships that carried forward and then getting my community in connected with the folks at the table which was very important. Yeah he was important to me to in terms of my career at p. Corey recognizing that that. I had something to offer and nurturing my i think really what she did is helped introduce doing reviews. Sarah reviews i'm right. Yeah anyway so now. You're working with p corey in terms of health. It you really done a lot of work with with clinical trials and equity in research. Yup yup corey's focus was engage research done differently of course but really bringing to the table. Many folks who have not been at the table regarding research being part of the conversation and being at the table and and my first meetings or collaborations with corey that initial first meeting was at stanford university and the way i was welcomed and respected and encouraged. Because i'll tell you. I was a little scared encouraged to lend your voice. We need to hear from you. Make us or help us understand so they kept egging me on us and okay. I'll give it to you. There was about five hundred researchers. They earn some of them. I'm still friends with listening. To what pa- quarries requirement was for data transparency and working with patients data and stuff. Glass thing i said. Wow you research has got a picture. You guys got a lot to do. I'm going to say a prayer for you. It daddy quiet dislike as a set of muscles. That's the end of this one. So did i was so embarrassed. We all left the stage. I remember one researcher. Came up to me and said reaching a are you a woman of faith and i'm not one to really praise out us as she says that's exactly what we needed to hear that it's not all about us and that we're going to be charged and held accountable for doing the right thing. Danny i got so many hugs soliciting but i was afraid and then we went to break out rooms and i started to have people listen and her rude what i was saying. I can't even what i was saying. But that's what that's what really start to embrace with records. They're listening to this black woman who is not a researcher but really comes in truth and with authenticity and i want to share and not looking for anything. So.
"each" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"Make some sense of all of this long. A remember where you were. When martin luther king was assassinated when the planes hit the twin towers avenge shape us in connect.