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A highlight from Matthew: The Temptation Of Jesus Christ
"In chapter 4 of Matthew, our Savior was led out into the wilderness where He was tempted for 40 days by the devil. But what did the devil think He was going to accomplish? Did He really think He could convince Jesus to sin? And why did Jesus undergo this temptation in the first place? Those questions will be the focus of today's study. Does the Devil Think that He Can Win? Does the devil think he can win? In today's text we are considering this temptation of Jesus which occurred when Jesus goes out in the wilderness at the very outset of His ministry and the devil comes and tempts Him at least these three times over a course of some 40 days. And given the lengthy amount of time that went by and given the amount of intervals in which the devil went at Him, you have to wonder, did the devil think that one of those approaches or all of them might succeed? Did the devil think that he could be victorious? Did the devil think that he could win? It probably depends on how you define winning. If the question is, does the devil think he can win? It probably depends on how you define winning. You see, we tend to define winning, especially when it's mono e mono or one force against another force. We tend to define it in, I guess, I don't know, wrestling terms. Two men enter and one man leaves sort of thing. Whoever is the last man standing is the one who wins. When we think of this sort of conflict with these sort of stakes, we think that he who is standing at the end of it is victorious. Now, under that definition, if you think long term, we think that only God will be victorious at the end of days. We see the devil cast into the pit of fire and we say there's only going to be one standing, only one standing, that will be God Himself because He's bigger and stronger and more powerful and transcendent and all these things. Well, here's the thing. I don't think the devil defines winning the way we might. I don't think the devil believes that he can out muscle God. I really don't. I don't think that's something he believes is an option. He's going to out muscle God. However, however, he may have thought this. He may have thought that although he might not be able to out muscle God, he may have thought that he could at least become equal to God. Maybe he thought that he could at least share the stage with God. In fact, I can prove it. Isaiah chapter 14, we read this, how you are fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, how you're falling from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning, how you are cut down to the ground, you who weakened the nations. For you have said in your heart, I will ascend to heaven. I will exalt my throne above the stars of God. I will sit on the mountain of the congregation on the farthest sides of the earth. I will ascend above the heights of the clouds. I will be like the most high. I don't think the devil thinks that he can make God subordinate to him, but I do think that in his perverted sinful mind, he thinks that he and God can be equals. In fact, he's always had a complex with that. And Isaiah 14, he says, I can ascend. I can be like the most high. He overtly says that. And God says, no, and that's why you're being judged the pride that you think you could do that. But what was the temptation to Eve? He comes up to Eve and he offers the same idea. Eve from the tree, what will happen? You'll be like God, knowing good and evil. I think the devil has a complex about this, the idea of being like God. Now, how could that equality occur? Is it possible? Well, we know, no, it's not. But theoretically, how could that sort of equality occur? Can the devil ever rank up, you know, perk up, rise up to God's level? Can he ever do that? Can the devil ever graduate and become the level that God's at in terms of power and authority and might? Well, probably not. However, maybe the objective of the devil isn't necessarily that he's going to rank up to God's level. Maybe, maybe the objective is to bring God down to his. And that's how the equality would be attained. When a child rebels against a parent, the objective isn't necessarily that I'm going to overthrow my parents. They know that's not an option. But if a child can make the parent frustrated, if a child can make the parent break ranks from their previous attitudes, if a child can make a parent sin, then what happens? Well, then we're both wrong. Sometimes children in sin are just looking to get their parents to that point of anger and heat and temper where they do something wrong. And what is the net effect of that? It brings the parent down to their level, right? We're both wrong. There's an equality that could perhaps be attained if you can take the parent down to your level as a child. Well, what do you think's going on here in the wilderness? The devil's tempting Jesus to do what? To sin. And what would be the outcome of that? Well, suddenly, suddenly then, the differences between the devil and Jesus are just a matter of degree and not of nature. It's very possible. I can't say this dogmatically because I don't know what dogmatically, but it's very possible that that's the objective. To somehow even the playing field to be like God, if I can't rise up to His level, maybe I can break Him. Whatever the case, the objective here clearly is that the devil wants Jesus here to do that which He shouldn't do, to give in the temptation of the human flesh. And as we're going to see in the text, Jesus won't fall for it. All right, let's expand on this now. Let's look at verses one and two and then just work our way through this short passage. Verses one and two. Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. This is not an accident. This is intentional. God sends him there. The Spirit leads him there. And when He had fasted for 40 days and 40 nights, which is a significant number, afterward He was hungry because He was a man of flesh and blood, just as He was fully God, He was also fully man. All right. As we said a few moments ago, this passage occurs at the outset of Christ's ministry, really at the start. It's right after He was baptized and before He recruits His disciples, which will occur later on in this same chapter. Now, verse one suggests that the Spirit, remember, had come down as a dove at Christ's baptism and lighted upon Him. The same Spirit drives Him out after the baptism. After God has said, this is my Son in whom I am well pleased, He's driven out into the wilderness in order that He would be tempted, in order that He would be tested, in order that His obedience would be put to the test in the most difficult of landscapes. Now, again, at face value, you can stand back and go, well, why? I mean, I get it happened, I read it happened, but why? Why did God the Father, why did the Spirit hand deliver the Son into just the most rugged landscape on earth, which if you've ever been there or looked out upon it, it's like the moon. It's hard to describe. When you look out at this, it looks like the least desirable place you could possibly ever spend a day, let alone 40, 40 days here. So why would He go out into that environment in order to encounter the world's toughest spiritual adversary? You're sending someone in the worst circumstance, the worst environment, in order to encounter the worst adversary they'll ever face. Why? Well, let me answer that question as best I can in the shortest amount of time I can answer it. R .C. Sproul, the Presbyterian theologian, he explained it in this way, and I'm partial to this, but he says, all right, here's the first Adam, way, way, way back in the garden, was tempted by the devil, right? The devil basically asked him some variations of the same thing, or asked Eve some variation of the same things that we're seeing here, put God's word to the test, and without any hesitation, Adam and Eve, our first parents, yielded to temptation and did that which was wrong. So the first Adam messed up, and the result of the first Adam messing up is that you and I are messed up. We might not like it, but that's the way it is. We are fallen as a result of being the progeny of our parents' first sin, our federal heads first sin all these years back. So Adam messed up. Well, in Romans 5, we see that, all right, if Adam is messed up, then what do we need? Well, we need a better Adam to come along. If Adam messed up, we need a better Adam to come along and do that which is right and live up to God's standard and to pass the tests and temptations that he might face. Well, Sproul makes the case, and I agree, that the whole objective here going out in the desert is that the second Adam would do what the first Adam failed to do, be tempted and yet stand. But here's the difference. If you think about Adam and Eve, think about the garden. Was the garden a nice place? What do you think? I would think so. Based on everything we read there, it sounds pretty grand. So Adam and Eve are just in this lush garden. There's fruit on all sorts of trees. I mean, there was one tree not to eat from. Everything else was cool though, right? So there's animals and plants and flora and fauna and just good times. It's the garden of Eden. It can't be that bad. Contrast that to the wilderness here. And what you see is that one difference between the test of the first Adam and the second Adam is the environment.
Fresh "Eden" from The Dan Bongino Show
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A highlight from Will FTX Dumping Solana Crash The Price? (Token Schedule Revealed)
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Okay, and there's a lot of people fearing what's going to happen if they were to dump the billion dollars worth of Solana. Why is the billion dollars of Solana worth, you know, why is it such an issue? Well, guys, it is roughly 20 % of the entire Solana amount that is circulating into the supply right now. That is massive right now. Okay, it's $1 .1 billion. But here's the green light. Here's the silver lining to this cloud, everybody. I don't think FTX is going to absolutely destroy Solana's price. And there's a few reasons. Okay, first off, the $1 .1 billion, it is that much Solana, but they don't have access to that much Solana. I've been watching Sopranos, so that's why you saw my hand do that. Now, the $1 .1 billion, you know, so that's the first wrinkle. They don't have all the Solana. The Solana is locked up on what they call a vesting schedule. Now, a vesting schedule is when you go on a boat, and then they say, alright, everybody put on your life jacket, that stands over there, and then everybody, now you put your life vest on. But no, this is a crypto vesting schedule. Crypto vesting schedule means, you know, usually a linear drip of daily, monthly, something like that, you will be given your crypto allotment. You have this allotment of crypto that you're going to get, but they don't give it to you all at once. You know, maybe if you get in, you know, you invest in a company, you invest in a protocol, or, you know, maybe you're one of the founders, you'll have a vesting schedule where they'll do 1 % a month, but they'll do it for 100 months. You're seeing something similar with Ripple, what they're doing, you know, they're dropping a billion a month on a vesting schedule. Well, Solana has a vesting schedule for FTX. I actually printed it out. I have the vesting schedule right here. A couple takeaways. It's not going to be fully vested, meaning FTX won't be. Okay. I'm talking about five years from now. There's some that's going to end in 27. There's going to be some that ends in 2028. And there's a bunch that does end in 2025 as well. So they don't have the $1 .1 billion of Solana right now. Guys, that's not even all of it. They're also limiting themselves to how much they can sell per week, because they do have other assets. They have Aptos, they have ETH, they have XRP, they have the Bitcoin, they have Wrapped Coins as well. They're only going to limit themselves to $200 million a week, okay, because they also have a half billion dollars worth of Bitcoin in addition to the billion dollars worth of Solana that they have. So you can see here, you know, it's broken down. Shout out to Masari Crypto, and they're just using the Solana Foundation website for their reference there. So it's going to be a lot of selling pressure for Solana. But that's going to be normal situation. A lot of VCs got in on this token. I don't think FTX is going to be selling all this Solana, though. And they can't sell all the Solana. So it's going to be broken down. It's going to be slowly but surely. I didn't mean to call you Shirley. Shout out to all the Shirley's in the chat. Make sure you hit that like button. 200 million weekly, vesting till 2028. The founder is, you know, FTX, he's potentially going to be locked up. The trial starts next month. Is that bullish case? You know, it's going to put more attention on FTX. It's going to put more attention on Solana. And it's going to permeate and, you know, percolate in the mainstream news. And all news is, you know, news, right? All publicity is not necessarily bad publicity. I'm not saying it's all good publicity. But you're going to have more and more people hearing Solana, hearing FTX, hearing, you know, oh, what is that? And then what's retail going to do? The retail is going to say, oh, you know, that sounds real scammy. But let me paint a scenario for you. They're watching Fox Business News or MSNBC. They're talking about Sam Bankman -Fried. They have the court sketch drawing. You see the curly hair. They're like, you know, what is it? Oh, yeah, that's that guy that the Bernie Madoff of crypto. And then let me point something out to you. What if they show the Solana price chart to the millions of normies? What do you think those normies are going to feel when they see that price hanging out at 20 bucks, then jumped up to 40, and then jumped all the way up to 250 and then back down? Okay. And then they see it. Now, where do they see it? They see it back at 20 bucks. Maybe they start doing some thinking like, hey, maybe I buy five of these for $100. It used to be 250 bucks. That'd be $1 ,250. You mean my $100 could do a 12X? And then someone's going to say, yeah, and some are saying, predicting of an even higher price next pull run. They're like, whoa, Solana can hit $300, $420? Okay, now sign me up. So I think we might see a little bit of retail offsetting a little bit of the institutional dumping. I am bullish on Solana in the long term. I do think it is. It is fast. The chain has been shut down numerous times. But when I bought NFTs on the ecosystem using Magic Eden, it has been a relatively good experience, although I never tried to trade when it was down. I'm sure if I needed to trade and Solana was down, I would have a much different opinion. But I do think it can hit new highs. I don't think it's, I'm leaning towards unlikely, but there's a lot of smart people who disagree with me, and they think it's more likely than not than Solana will set in a new all -time high. I do think it can certainly hit 100 bucks again. I think it can probably hit 200 bucks again. I think there's a lot of sell pressure there. So just be careful when you see all this Solana FUD, you see the FTX, you're thinking, you know, oh, the market cap's, you know, $7 billion, and they have $1 billion, $1 point something. They're going to dump it all. This is going to crater the price. It's FUD. I'm not saying be super bullish on Solana. Definitely don't be super bullish on FTX and SPF. But when you see the fears of, hey, a billion dollars is going to hit the market all at once, it is not true. The vesting schedule is going to 2028. Big drop off, a big chunk ends at 2028, a big chunk ends 2027, and a big chunk ends in 2025. So guys, this is years from now, perfectly timed up with that bull run. You know, maybe that was part of their planning with the vesting schedule there. So just be careful out there. If you are going to buy some Solana, don't bet the farm on it, but at $19, it doesn't seem like the worst thing in the world. Alright. Hope you enjoyed Discovering Crypto with Deezy. Thank you very much. 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Fresh "Eden" from The Dan Bongino Show
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A highlight from 1243. Marques Brownlee WRONG on Solana Saga | Best Phone Value For Web3
"All right, so today we're going to dive into a response video to Marques Brownlee. You might know him as MKBHD. Now what Marques did was he jumped into the Solana phone. So we're going to break it down, give you guys some insights, and maybe give you a second opinion here. I think you'll like it. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back in The Tech Path. Let's go over to Marques' YouTube page. And as you'll notice here, Marques Brownlee, 17 .4 million subscribers right now. And he did this phone review right here, which of course many of you will recognize this. If you're on our channel, maybe you're brand new to understanding what's happening. You just searched out something and thought, hey, this is a Solana phone. What is that? He got 1 .2 million video views on this in about 18 hours. So when you look at the impact on Solana and also the impact, I think, on Web3, Marques actually has a lot to say here. So we're going to break down some clips for you. Let's go to this first one. Take a look. Now I know I have been notably skeptical on crypto and Web3 and blockchain and the metaverse and all that sort of stuff over the past couple of years. So you may consider me biased, but I still think if you took the crypto out of this phone, it would at least have potential for one specific crypto stack. One that happens to also be tanking pretty hard and has been tanking for months. This becomes the perfect embodiment of crypto in 2023 at best ahead of its time. All right. So, I mean, hit on a lot of things here. First of all, I agree with him when it comes to the device itself. The hardware is, I would say, a middle -of -the -road, run -of -the -mill hardware. That's not really the advantage of what the Saga brings to a user or to an owner of it. We'll break down a lot of what that is. Before we go there, getting into who this phone is for and then understanding the real strengths of it is, most of the time, is pretty typical of a Marques Brownlee review. It just did not exist here. I think he really weighed heavily on the hardware side of it. And that, I think, was the undoing of really giving the Saga, but more importantly, Web 3, a chance. I want to clip over to this next clip right here of iJustine. Listen in. Now, one of the problems that I've run into, and if you were also into NFTs or crypto, is how difficult and not secure things are to transact on mobile. Now, most of the time, you do need a desktop or you need to have a wallet app browser, and it's super frustrating to try to navigate. And it's also not entirely secure. Now, what I do like about the Saga is that they're introducing a seed vault, so your salon of private keys and seeds are stored securely protected by a dedicated hardware security module called a secure element. I like this because you actually own your assets and you can transfer or sell them if you want. I kind of think of this when I was playing Animal Crossing for my entire island that I've spent 1 ,700 hours playing and building. If that was something that was on the blockchain, I would be able to easily transfer that entire island to someone else. And each one of those assets wouldn't just be something that I would have in the game. It would be something that I physically, well, digitally owned and would be able to do whatever I wanted with them. Now, if there was some other game that was on that particular blockchain that also decided to share those same assets, I could then take those assets into, I don't know, for example, if it's Call of Duty. I could maybe take some of my wardrobe, the outfits that I had made or created in Animal Crossing or purchased, and I could wear them in Call of Duty. So I'm going to be either going up with this ship or I'm going to be going down with it. I like the fact that, first of all, that's exactly right. The salonophone is for a person like iJustine, someone who is a gamer, someone who is into digital assets, someone who is looking at the next generation of digital privacy and digital ownership. Here's Unbox Therapy. Just to give you guys a size capacity, that's 20 million subs right there on Unbox Therapy. Lou does a great job. And you go back to Marques, we'll go up to his channel right here, 17 million subs right there. And then over here to iJustine, also another tech reviewer, iJustine, at 7 million. So you can imagine the kind of damage that tech reviewers that have this much authority and influence can do. And it doesn't mean that they shouldn't because they should be able to review these devices, give honest opinions, and be able to come up with a solution that maybe can help you. And I think that's the missing part here. All right, so I want to go to this next clip real quick and listen in to this one. There's basically three things that make this a cryptophone instead of just another regular Android phone. So the Solana Mobile Stack, the Seed Vault, and the DApp Store. So the Solana Mobile Stack is an SDK for apps to connect to the Solana blockchain, which, I mean, it's cool that it's built in, but the obvious downside being this does not work with any other blockchain. So no Bitcoin, no Litecoin, no Ethereum. This is just focused on the Solana blockchain. Now price is another thing that comes into play. And I agree again with what Marques said here, but listen into his response on price. A thousand dollars. And that's this one right here. Does any of this justify a thousand dollar price tag? Not really worth a thousand bucks, right? So that's why literally less than a year after it came out, the price plummeted from a thousand to $600. So now the real question is, would you pay, would anybody pay $600 for a barely above average well -built Android phone that happens to have some crypto features built in? You can get a lot more phone for 600 bucks for the same price you could get a Pixel 7 or probably a Pixel 8 by the time it comes out. All right. So just to be clear on this again, and back to the previous clip there, when he was talking about Ethereum and Bitcoin, yes, Bitcoin, why would you need that on there? There's not really a use case for Bitcoin on a device like that. However, Ethereum, yes, there is and can be used within the Solana ecosystem. So that's, again, just another scenario. Now price -wise, the value of these phones drop very quick, very fast. In many cases, a lot of these phones end up being, you know, giveaways on plans that go through the systems, whether it's AT &T, mobile, T -Mobile, etc. One thing about Solana, if you follow them and when they release the saga, they only needed to get, I think, to about 15 ,000 or 20 ,000 phones total. That was like the ecosystem that would make this a successful launch. And that would give them enough data and enough examples of how use cases within the Dapp store and also within the wallet aspect of what this phone brings to Web3 to start to really see new development start to occur. And that's when I think we'll start to see the leap forward in other technology. I want to go to this next one because this starts to bridge the gap on the value of this phone, not at just the price alone. Listen in. And something that comes with the Solana Dapp store, something that we haven't seen any other app store do, because the Solana Dapp store allows you to have this direct relationship with consumers, you can do new things like reward them. So we're introducing the saga Genesis token. It's an NFT that establishes that they are a saga user. And because we can establish that relationship, we're going to give them rewards. They'll immediately get 20 USDC and a small amount of Sol to get them started on their journey. But we aren't stopping there because this is an open platform. So this is open to any Dapp, and they're already taking advantage. So you can expect to see exclusive sticker packs from folks like Dialect, plus not getting you off a wait list, a $25 credit from Magic Eden, exclusive mints of 2 ,000 new, brand new Klainosaurs, and many more. So we're excited because this is the first time that you actually get rewarded for using your phone. It's the phone that keeps on giving. A scenario that plays out for all phone makers in the future, and that is figuring out utility, use case, and value within an ecosystem. And that's where I think Solana is doing some interesting things. So right here was the pass that they were talking about, just the saga pass when you buy one of these phones. Then you go into other scenarios right here. This was the saga pass cards. These were just some of the cards, again, that you got. And we'll continue to get additional values out of this. And as partnerships start to come in, this is where these, because remember, each one of these cards, each one of these NFTs, each one of these assets, whether it's a whitelist scenario that plays into this or others, especially as we start to see more partnerships and more use cases really start to move into the Web3 ecosystem. That's where Solana's value and where the value of the saga becomes very interesting because now you're getting paid, essentially, to have this device. There is nothing else out there like that on the market at all. The real secret mission, though, I think that is here is the fact that this is going to bridge the gap into digital ID. And digital ID is you own and manage all of your assets, including your own personal identification as opposed to Facebook, Twitter, Apple, et cetera, owning you right now. And that's the way it is today. Further into this, I want to get in and just show some of the things you could have got. This is kind of an interesting aspect of this particular phone. With every one of these phones, you get a device -bound, non -transferable NFT, which is the Genesis token, which in itself is kind of a unique technology. And as you start to understand the NFT market, you're going to understand that utility is going to be one of the killer apps of the future. And when you have that kind of use case built into hardware technology, along with wallet security, digital ID, the future of how mobile computing will be done really starts to change things up quite a bit. Further into this, here was Magic Eden. If you have a Solana Saga, there's 25 USDC waiting for you. Set up your Saga Genesis token, sign in, and then head over to the rewards hub and claim. Bonk was, of course, airdropped directly into the Saga and the pre -orders. Here was Solana Mobile. This was another advantage, concluding the first mint on Kleenasors, one of the hottest NFTs out there right now. And again, this will only continue to grow. And I think this is where the value of that phone keeps ticking down after, whether you think about that retail price tag, if you bought one when it was $1 ,000, it's probably a different, you're a different kind of buyer than anybody out there because you're a crypto native and that value to you is much greater than the $1 ,000 price tag of that phone. But the $600 phone buyer maybe is a little different buyer. And now they're starting to look at true value. So imagine all those value points that have been added to the Solana phone over time here and it starts to just chip away and it continues to add to it. So that, to me, is a pretty cool thing. And if you just look at current value of Kleenasors right there, I mean, they're at $17 right now, Sol trading around, you know, anywhere between $19 to $21. So not bad. So here was a tweet from Solana Mobile. It's been said before, Saga is the phone that keeps on giving over the past few weeks. We've got 100 whitelist spots across the hottest NFT mints on Solana just for Saga users. Take a look at the whitelist spots and we've got away so far.
Fresh "Eden" from The Dan Bongino Show
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A highlight from Kidderminster: Made in the Image of God
"So I'm here in Kidderminster on the afternoon of Sunday the 27th of August 2023 to preach the gospel. It's quite relevant. Father I pray that you bring people to hear the gospel, people whose hearts have been prepared for eternity. I pray Father that you give the preacher strength and liberty and unction and utterance Lord to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ faithfully. I pray Father that your work will be accomplished now, that the name of Jesus Christ will be lifted up, that sinners will be drawn to him Lord. I pray that there will be conviction of sin. I pray that there will be weeping and wailing and mourning and lamenting over sin. There will be a looking to Jesus Christ alone for salvation. I pray Lord that you would discomfort the people of Kidderminster. I pray that they would be aware of their lostness, of their ruin Lord. That they deserve the judgments of God, that they do not deserve the mercies of God. I pray that the whole town would be abuzz with people talking about their souls and what must I do to be saved. I pray Father that by your Spirit's power you would come down upon this town of Kidderminster and have mercy upon the people of Kidderminster and save souls in Kidderminster Lord. I pray that the preaching would come with power and with conviction and I pray Lord that people would have nowhere to hide from you. I pray Lord that they would be, that your Godliness, your glory would be revealed to them in super abundant power so that they would cry out, Men and brethren what must we do to be saved? Father I pray that you would be with the preacher now. Forgive me for my sins. Cleanse me in Jesus blood. Thank you for my salvation. Thank you for my saviour. I commend myself to you now in his precious name. Amen. Amen. Well a warm day but one that's threatening in terms of rain could happen at any time but the forecast was for very heavy rain I think. We'll see what happens but by God's grace the gospel will be preached. Well good afternoon it's my privilege to be here and to declare the gospel to say that Jesus Christ is the saviour of the world. To say that he is the one that will take away your sin and give you peace with almighty God. To say that without Jesus Christ you cannot be saved. Without the Lord Jesus Christ you cannot be delivered from the wrath to come. And without the Lord Jesus Christ you will go to hell. That's why I preach this gospel because I know the Lord Jesus Christ as my saviour from my sin. I have believed on him. I sought him. He found me. He delivered me from my sins. He delivered me from the wrath to come and he gave me everlasting life. Well in the book of Genesis chapter 1 and verse 1 we read as follows. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. We are told that there is a God who pre -existed everything. God is eternal. God has always existed. We are told that there is a God who has the power to make all things. To make the universe. To make the planets. To make our earth. To make animals. To make plants. To make us. We are told that there is a God who has that power. We are told that all things are made by God. God has made all things. He is the creator of all things. Now you may choose to believe in a big bang. That would be foolish. Even the scientists now are saying that's been disproven. But you may choose to believe in that and somehow you're going to believe that everything you see around you here today came out of nothing. An explosion of nothing. And bam we have Kidderminster. How did that happen? But the Bible tells us in the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. God did it by his power. The eternal God. The God of all glory. The God who is infinite in his glory. In his holiness. In his power. He created the heavens and the earth. He made the universe. He made the vast expanses of space. He made the galaxies. He made the billions upon billions of stars in those galaxies. God made the heavens and the earth. God did it by his power. He is the eternal God. The living God. Now people say how could God do that? And they say they'd rather believe as I said in the big bang or that everything happened by chance. But I think it's a lot easier to believe in an infinitely powerful God who made all things than to believe in an infinitely powered nothing that made all things. After all nothing is nothing. There is no power in nothing. There is no space in nothing. There is no ability in nothing to create all things. But God made all things. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. God did it by his power. But you see we are created in God's image. Verse 26 of Genesis chapter 1. And God said let us make man in our image after our likeness and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the air and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him, male and female created he them. So mankind is the pinnacle of creation. Mankind is the greatest of God's acts of creation. Mankind is over the rest of creation, over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air and so on. But mankind unlike the animals we are created in the image of God. Genesis 1 27 tells us. We have a moral aspect. If we break God's laws we are guilty. Now the animals don't have any moral accountability to God. A fish cannot sin. A dog cannot sin. A bird cannot sin. But you and I are sinners by nature. We are guilty before God. And we are not just animals. We have not just come out of some primordial soup. We are created in the image of God. Male and female we are created in the image of God. God made us. He made us for his glory. He made us in his image, accountable to him. And he gave us a purpose and that purpose was that we should know him, that we should love him, that we should glorify him, that we should worship him, but we have not done that. We have fallen. We have turned aside to our sins. We are guilty before Almighty God. We are all together become corrupt. There is none righteous, no not one. There is none that seeketh after God, the Bible says. So you see the God who made us for his glory, that very God who had the power to create the heavens and the earth, the God who made all things, created all things, according to his wisdom, majesty and power, that is the God whom we have rejected. That is the God to whom we need to be reconciled by repenting of our sin and believing on the Lord Jesus Christ. That is the God with whom we have to do. And we must one day stand before the judgment throne of Almighty God and give an account. You must stand before the judgment throne of Almighty God and give an account for your sins. For your corruptions. For your wickedness. For your transgression of the commandments of Almighty God. You must stand before God and give an account. Every lie, every swear word, God sees it. God knows all about the sinful desires of your heart. And God will judge you for your sin. And God will cast you into hell for your sin, except you repent and believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. That's the way of salvation. That's the way back to God. Jesus said, I am the way and the truth and the life. No man cometh unto me except by the Father. You can only come to God through Jesus Christ. There is no other way. There is no other name. There is no one else. There is no other saviour of mankind. The Lord Jesus Christ. He is the saviour of the world. So we read here, God made mankind in the image of God. Male and female created he them. That means you and I are made in the image of God. We have a moral component. We are created to worship God. We are created to know God. We are created to fellowship with God. We're not created God. We're not created gods. We are not God. We are not gods. We will not become God or gods. We are created beings. We are human beings created in the image of God. We have no divine capacity in us. But we are ourselves created in the image of God. And that makes us accountable. It makes us accountable for everything we do. It makes us accountable for everything that we say. It makes us accountable for everything that we think. And we are accountable to Almighty God for every aspect of our lives. The Bible says the wicked shall be turned into hell and all the nations that forget God. We are sinners by nature. Sin is rebellion against God. All sin deserves death and all sin deserves hell. Mankind was never created to die. We died as a race when Adam and Eve fell in the Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve fell in the Garden of Eden. They took of the fruit of the tree, of the knowledge of good and evil, the Bible tells us, and they ate it against the express command of Almighty God. And in so doing they died. And not only did they die physically, they lived a long time, but they died physically. Death came into the world through that transgression, through the fall of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. But they died spiritually, so that the Bible speaks about a second death, a place called hell, a place which is known as the lake of fire. Again, that is why I have to preach this gospel to you, because there is a second death. There is a place called hell. There is a lake of fire, and men and women will be cast bodily into the lake of fire. There is a judgment to come. There is a wrath to come. That is why we need Jesus Christ, because the only way that we can stand before Almighty God on the day of judgment is if our sins are forgiven in their entirety. And the only way that our sins can be forgiven in their entirety is through the death of Jesus Christ. We must believe on him. We must have faith in Jesus Christ if we are to be saved from our sins. But God made us male and female in his image. That means that God's image is present in every man and in every woman. You see, God has done an extraordinary thing. He has made us human beings. But he has made men and women different from each other. And those differences display or declare the glory of God. They declare his wisdom, his power. It was God who created DNA. It was God who coded the DNA. It was God who made it so that DNA would code for the proteins in our bodies and coordinate the manufacture of those proteins, and also coordinate the construction of our bodies in the womb. It was God who did all of that in his wisdom. But he made us male and female. And if God has made us male and female for his glory, that is a glorious truth. But it also tells us and makes very clear that men can't become women and women can't become men and that men can't be trapped in a woman's body and that women can't be trapped in a man's body. God made us male and female. So you are what God has made you. If you are a man, God has made you a man. If you are a woman, God has made you a woman. And that cannot change. All of this stuff about people changing sex or there being hundreds of genders and all of this stuff or people being trapped in the wrong body is all merely man's attempt to flee and escape from God. It is just another way for us to say we are masters of our own destiny, captains of our own ship. It is the height of foolishness, madness and folly to say that a person can change sex. It is the height of madness, foolishness and folly to say that a person can become a member of the opposite sex or be a member of the opposite sex. It is impossible and most of us are wise enough to recognise that fact. But we live in a generation, we live in a nation, we live in a world where these things are these fantasies, these foolish lies are promoted by our governments and our education system and our healthcare system. Our healthcare system taking away the term mother and replacing it with birth parent which is offensive to women, which is nonsense. A mother is far more than just the person who gives birth, but she is also the person who carries the child. And of course childbirth may be very traumatic, but she is a mother not a birth parent. Her responsibilities don't finish at birth. God has made us male and female in his image and you can't change that, but if we are made in the image of God we are accountable to almighty God for our sins. The wicked shall be turned into hell. There is none righteous, no not one. The wages of sin is death. We need Jesus Christ. We need the one who is the saviour of the world. We need the one who has delivered sinners from sin. We need the one who has proven by his resurrection that he has the power of life and also that he has the power to defeat and to destroy death. And that's the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Now the Son of God, the Lord Jesus Christ, is the saviour of the world. He came into the world to save the world. He came into the world to be that saviour, that salvation that God has made. We cannot save ourselves. That is not possible. Now in our generation people are very blasé about their souls. Oh they say, oh they say, we'll come to God in our way and God will accept us as we are. But my friends there is a holy God on the throne of heaven, a God to whom we must answer, a God who says we can only come to him one way, we must repent of our sins and believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. That is the only way. A holy God who hates sin, a holy God who has said that the wicked will be turned into hell, who has told us about hell, a holy God to whom we must give an account. And so rightly, if we understand the majesty and glory and power of Almighty God, then we will never ever be trivial about our salvation. God is not to be trifled with. God is a God who hates sin. God is a God who takes sin seriously. God is a God who will cast the sinner into hell. The wicked shall be turned into hell. Whose server's name was not found written in the book of life, was cast into the lake of fire, the Bible tells us. So we must turn from our sins. We must believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. We must seek the Lord Jesus Christ if we are to find the salvation that comes from Almighty God. Now here's a description of the ungodly. Psalm 10, Why standest thou far off, O Lord? Why hideest thouself in times of trouble? The wicked in his pride doth persecute the poor. Let them be taken in the devices they have imagined. For the wicked boasteth of his heart's desire and blesseth the covetous, whom the Lord abhorreth. The wicked, through the pride of his countenance, will not seek after God. God is not in all his thoughts. His ways are always grievous. Thy judgments are far above, out of his sight. As for all his enemies, he puffeth at them. He hath said in his heart, I shall not be moved, for I shall never be in adversity. His mouth is full of cursing and deceit and fraud. Under his tongue is mischief and vanity. He sitteth in the lurking places of the villages. In the secret places doth he murder the innocent. His eyes are privily set against the poor. He lieth in wait secretly as a lion in his den. He lieth in wait to catch the poor. He doth catch the poor when he draweth him into his net. He croucheth and humbleth himself that the poor may fall by his strong ones. He hath said in his heart, God hath forgotten. He hath hidden his face. He hideth his face. He will never see it. Arise, O Lord, lift up thine hand. Forget not the humble. You see, there is always a time when God arises against the wicked. There is always a time when God arises in his wrath and in his sore displeasure and judges. We go to the book of Revelation and the account of the last judgment. We see that there is a resurrection of the dead. And those who died and were buried in their graves are raised from the dead to stand before the throne of God and give an account. Those who were lost at sea and eaten by fish are raised from the dead to stand before the throne of God and give an account. Those who were burned to ashes or vaporized in a nuclear explosion are raised from the dead to stand before God to give an account. There is a day of God's wrath. There is a day of God's judgment. There is a coming day when God will judge the world. And God, my friends, is not to be trifled with. One lie would see us cast into hell for eternity. One swear word, one blasphemy, one covetous thought, one foolish thought, one evil thought. God looks at the heart. He knows you. He knows me. Now I know the Lord Jesus Christ is my Savior. I know what the Lord Jesus has done for me. Though I am a hell -deserving sinner, though my sins are very great, yet they are forgiven. And I have received mercy from Almighty God through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. I know that mercy. I know that forgiveness. I have found that salvation that comes from God. And I have obtained that mercy. You see, it is the blood of Jesus Christ that cleanses us from all sin. He was taken by cruel hands. He was crucified. He was nailed to a cross. He was raised up between the heavens and the earth. The Lord Jesus was crucified. He died in the place of sinners. He laid down his life in the place of sinners. He loved sinners. He gave himself for sinners. And he is the propitiation for sin. That means he turned away the wrath of God from the sinner. God's wrath against sin is exceedingly great. If you were to tell one lie, you would go to hell for eternity. If you were to tell one lie, you would go to hell for eternity. And in eternity's time, which is never, you still wouldn't have paid for that sin. And God's wrath would still be justly kindled against you for your lie. That's how serious sin is. That's how holy God is. Hell is the just recompense and reward for sin, for lies, for swearing, for blaspheming God's name, for unbelief, for wickedness of every kind in our hearts. And we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. There is none righteous, no not one. We are guilty before Almighty God. We are under the wrath of God. We need a saviour. We are ruined, damned, wretched, lost. We are vile and corrupt. God sees us in our sins and He will cast us from His presence into everlasting fire and torment, into hellfire because of our sins.
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A highlight from 1224. One Chat To Rule Them All! Unstoppable Domains INTERVIEW
"All right, so today we're going to dive into the concept of maybe one chat system to rule them off. We're going to talk a little bit about that, what kind of technologies are starting to make their way into Web3, but also kind of this merger from what we're seeing within the Web2 apps. And we wanted to do this with Unstoppable. And I think you guys are going to like the show. It's going to be a good one. My name is Paul Vera. Welcome back into Tech Path. Joining me today, of course, is Sandy Carter, who is coming in over from Unstoppable domains. You of course know her and have seen her, COO and channel chief. Great to have you back. Thank you, Paul. So great to see you again. Yeah. Listen, I was looking at some of the videos that we have done with you. Five months ago was the last one, and this was on the Web3 identity side. So interesting stuff. We've had you on the channel a couple of times. Tell us what's been going on with Unstoppable over these past five months. Anything new? Oh my gosh. We've had so many new things, so many new partnerships and so many new features that have been coming out. I'll actually start with today. Today we announced messaging. We did two partnerships for messaging, one with XMTP on what we call person -to -person messaging so that I can message you, Paul, you can message me, as well as with push technology. Push technology will be driving our business to user messaging, which really helps you to, as a partner, to message all of your users. So let's take Polygon, for instance. All the Polygon users of Unstoppable, Sandeep, the CEO, could message all of those through push technology. So two amazing new partners that joined the fold just today. We also announced something called UD Blue. Which is pretty cool. So Unstoppable Blue is the ability to get some premium features and functions by subscribing to one of our services. So we've taken a page out of several other companies' books in order to do that. But the response was really great. So you get things like a website template creator, the ability to do bulk minting, for example. And so that was also very exciting because UD Blue was a real powerhouse of what we're looking at and what we're looking to see as well. And then a real shocker at ECC in Paris, we also were able to announce that we are now selling on our website .eth. And so that was a big shocker because we're number one in naming services, ENS is number two. Now we have one -stop shop with unstoppable domains and you can buy either of those from us or more importantly, hopefully all of the above. We see a lot of people coming in and just saying, I want sandy .x and sandy .eth and they'll just do a clean suite. So I think that's really powerful. I like the centralization because that does, I think for a lot of people, they are used to that already in the traditional web two domain naming services that are available out there. So I think it's a good move on you guys' part. And also, I think it's just one of those things for the future of web three, the easier we can make it, the better. I think it is going to be for everyone. I want to jump to a couple of... Can I add one more on ease of use? I'm sorry, Paul. So the other thing that we announced that I'm really excited about is the very first web application three marketplace. Today there are marketplaces out there like OpenSea or Rarible or Magic Eden for NFTs, but we announced the first web three application marketplace. And we're really excited about that because in there you can see our 870 different integrations that are there. You can see that featured bar, which I don't know why it's not filling in, but when it fills in, those are all the featured web three apps using AI. So for example, like Etherscan or Phantom, and we're going to change the feature apps every month. And then a customer or a user or an owner can come in and they can search for tax application or metaverse or game or whatever they're interested in and get access to that as well. We think that this is one of the most powerful things that we've announced in a long time because, you know, I even said five months ago, utility is greater than hype. And we kept announcing and announcing all these partnerships, but how do you find out about all of them? How do you search for them? How do you know where you can use your unstoppable domain? Now you can get it all from the marketplace. We did a video actually on the marketplace. It was in one of our videos where we broke that down. We saw some great opportunities there. So for those of you watching or listening in today, make sure and check back on some of our Unstoppable videos. We may have not had Sandy on it, but we talk about Unstoppable quite a bit. And Sandy, I want to jump over to a tweet here. This was from you guys' Twitter account. A couple of features here that I think are unique. One, this of course is in reference to, you know, ETH naming services. So obviously for ETH, now you can do that there. Using ETH to log in with Unstoppable, that's interesting. And also building an unstoppable profile with no gas fees. So that's cool. Encrypted email. Explain this with the .ETH domain. How will that work? So we integrated with a partner called Skiff. And Skiff is amazing because what Skiff enables you to do is to send encrypted email. You've been able to do that for a long time with any of the Unstoppable domains, but now that access is also open to .ETH domains as well. So that would enable encrypted domain. But some of the other things I love about .ETH is, you know, we heard that people wanted to buy more than one. So now you can buy multiple .ETHs off of our website. The other thing, in fact, Paul, it was really funny. I was talking to a reporter and I was telling him about how we're now selling .ETH on our website. And he's like, man, I had my name all laid out and I forgot that it was subscription, that you had to renew it, and I lost it. And so now with Unstoppable, you can set an auto -renewal date. So you can say, hey, I want to renew this automatically for five years, Unstoppable, take care of that, so that you never lose your name again. I think that's really powerful too. Well, I mean, I think for anybody who is, if you think about just traditional naming services out there, they're kind of accustomed to that if they've got any kind of .COM in the past. So some of that is definitely out there in Web2 land. Push alerts on the iPhone, though. So that's available. Any plan for Android, because I'm rocking both iPhone and Android now these days. When are you going to have that available as well? Yeah, I mean, we think it's going to be, we said coming soon in our blog post, but we think it's probably going to be as soon as next week, where you'll also be able to use and leverage this on your Android device as well. And you know, it really just has to do with the approval processes, you know, before you can publish anything to the App Store, the Apple Store, you have to get their approval. The same thing is true with Android. So it's just a matter of getting all the approvals done. Yeah. Is there a difference between the ETH naming service when you go over to ens .org and what you guys are doing, or is it just very transparent? Is there, other than, you know, the ability to auto -renew, things of that nature, what would be some of the key things that are differentiating between you and what ENS is doing? So, I mean, I think the big ones are auto -renewal, which is really powerful. The ability to buy more than one .ETH, we've had that happen a lot. This is one of our, you know, working backwards from the customer, being very customer obsessed. One of the things that we heard about a lot is having the ability to go in there and say, I want Sandy, I want Sandy Carter, I want S. Carter, and I want to buy all those at one time versus keep going back and back and back. So I think that that's a really big deal and a really big feature as well that we enable. And, you know, just the ability as well. If you're a new user, one of the reasons we did this was to expand the market. We're looking for more Web 2 users to come in and we wanted to make it really easy for them. So today, using Unstoppable, you don't have to have a crypto wallet. We will store it for you in a vault. Now, you still own it, so it's still yours, you still own it, but it's now stored in a vault. And that means that at any time, you can come and claim it and put it in your wallet. But while you're still learning, quote unquote, the space itself, you're also able to place that into the vault. And the vault is, I think, very powerful and is getting more and more powerful as we progress forward. Explain it a little further because I think some of the people that might be listening or watching right now, they may have not even used Unstoppable before. So let's say I go in, I get my name, .whatever, let's say .crypto or .x, and I want to put that in. I'm not using, I'm just using a regular credit card to be able to buy that. What that's doing is it's just putting it, parking it in a vault until I put a wallet to it. Is that how it works? That's right. So you still own it. It's still yours, but it's in a vault, so it's still secure. It's being held for you, so nobody else can buy it. It's yours, but you don't have to go through and set up a wallet. You know, Paul, I think you and I talked on one of the episodes about how hard it is to get crypto from an exchange, put it in your wallet, figure out your wallet, protect your, you know, have your private key there. And so this makes it so easy. You know, now for the first time, you can buy sandy .eth with a credit card. You don't have to pay in crypto, and you can store it in a vault. So if you're brand new to the space, you just want to get started or you want to take a bet on the future, this is a great way to do it because all you need to do is have a credit card, place it in a vault, and then when you're ready to tackle the next, and hopefully when Web3 becomes easier, and maybe that wallet won't be quite so hard, then you're able to really go ahead and just get started and get moving as well. Okay, one last question on vault, just for my own reasons. Is there a recurring fee for vault storage that you've got to pay for? How does that work as a whole? Yeah, so we do charge $4 a year, so it's a very low fee, but we charge $4 a year for the storage that it costs to just store it. Because again, as you're storing it in the vault, you're not storing it in your own wallet. That's per domain versus per user, or is that one user, one vault? Per domain, that's right. All right, so I mean, for those of you, I would recommend getting a vault, but if not, go ahead and get a wallet and be able to, of course, integrate that way. Talking about wallets, obviously, Solana just recently put out their Solana name service. That, of course, is now starting to roll out. What about the potential integration with what Solana is doing? We love Solana. You know, already, if you look at many of our applications that we support login with, they are Solana -based applications. We are looking for a lot more naming services. We want Unstoppable to be the one -stop shop for Web3 domains. So, you know, Bonfito runs the .sol naming service. We would love to have them sell on our site, as well as many, many others. We're chatting with lots of other naming services right now to get the ability to sell those on our site. Most recently, we announced that we would also support .sats, which is part of the ordinal family for Bitcoin. So that's the newest one that we also did as well. Well, it's going to be good. I think the more we see integrations, kind of the all -in -one location, you know, if you think about GoDaddy and what they've done with regular domain service within Web2, maybe Unstoppable is kind of the future there. I want to jump over to a clip real quick. And this is in reference to an interview we did with the McFarland team, along with some other people. And it was talking about allowlist. And this was some situations that are occurring with NFT drops and just projects in general. Let me play this clip for you and hear what you have to say. A Discord allowlist, a little bit of a kind of a clunky process that we're seeing play out in real time around this. So, you know, why not use like a Web3 kind of solution here for something like that? It is absolutely not the ideal and it's not where we want to go going forward. So hopefully it's a lot smoother. So Trevor and I had a long conversation about this from McFarland. And again, we like what McFarland is doing. As you could see, that would be a perfect example of a Web3 solution that could get into allowing someone like me who has an ID and be able to drop into something like that in terms of a project very easily. You know, some kind of that, you know, one chat to end them all or one ID for every use case. Are you guys looking at any kind of integrations or any potential solutions for things like this? Well, today, if you have Unstoppable, you can log in to over 500 different applications with using your Unstoppable ID. We are looking at, you know, we want to get up to so we're at 870. We want to get up to a thousand really quickly. So we're looking at any and all integrations that add value to our users. Paul, the way we work is really using the Amazon Web Services model, which is working backwards from our customers. So, for example, the announcement we made today on messaging, that came directly from our users and our partners. They said, we want to be able to message each other. And so, you know, I wrote a PR to make that happen and then we worked backwards and we got that in the game. So this is something that would be an amazing integration to do as well. And we've got a whole list of people that were, you know, companies that we're working with. So if you want to make a great introduction for me, please do that. We know the Farland team, so I'll introduce you to Trevor and Todd over there. Yeah, I'd love that. You mentioned 500 apps. Is there a place on the website where we can go take a look and just see what is available and what's coming? Where is that available right now? Yeah, so on the Unstoppable Marketplace, all of our apps and wallets are there. So that's where 870 different applications. So we have 520 apps or D apps, right? Decentralized applications, 170, now 171 wallets are out there. We also have games like Atari that are out there and metaverses. So if you ever want to know, do you support something, it's here. Or if you want to go out and search by category, you can also search by category. So, you know, when tax season was in, people were asking us, are there apps that you guys integrate with so that we can quickly do our tax systems for, you know, the upcoming, what is it, for 15 deadline. And then we just recently integrated as well with a company called Bitcrunch. We're integrated with them because what they do is they actually assess the value of your entire NFT portfolio. So, you know, if you have some of your NFTs in, you know, maybe in Magic Eden, some in Rarible, some in OpenSea, maybe some don't exist there, it gives you a nice little analytical, using artificial intelligence, kind of an assessment of where that sits today. So it's pretty cool. So we continue again, we listen to our customers, they say, wow, we need to do this or we would like to do, you know, like Etherscan or whatever it happens to be. And then we try to go and get that integration done with whatever great company that is. So a lot of companies out there starting to look at Web3 solutions, whether it's integration on loyalty, NFT projects, all sorts of use cases that are starting to flow into the business side of, you know, Web3. Are you guys looking at any major partnerships, corporate, you know, kind of whether it's, you're doing a deal or they're just trying to start to utilize some of these services? What are you seeing in that landscape right now? Oh my gosh, Paul, there's so many Web2 companies right now that are very interested in trying Web3. And it's not because Web3 is hip or cool, but it's because of the value prop that Web3 brings to the table. So you mentioned loyalty. Loyalty is a really big one because everything's on chain and you can identify users. It's just such a great use case. So we're seeing that one pop up for a lot of Web2 companies. We haven't closed any yet, but we have many, many, many inquiries in that space. And I would say at ECC, which was our last big Web3 show in Paris, we had double the interest of Web2 companies at that show and us than we had in the previous year. I think right now that people are just a little nervous, right? A lot of people equate Web3 equals crypto and people are nervous about crypto. And you and I know that Web3 doesn't equal crypto. Crypto is one of the use cases. It's why we make available credit card purchase and vault. So you don't have to go with crypto. But I think we're gonna see, once I think the regulations settle down, which we are seeing, we just saw Coinbase, we just saw Ripple, we're seeing several of the court cases come down favorable. I think when that regulation gets solved, that we're gonna really unleash the Web2 companies because there's just so much interest, but there's just a fear of, is now the right time to move forward with it? Yeah, one of our company entities is a consulting group. And I work in that capacity with a lot of different brands. And that is the same kind of landscape we're seeing. Everybody's starting to build a strategy right now. They just haven't deployed. There's a lot of projects that are underway right now for utilization of a lot of tool sets, whether it's loyalty or you look at NFT applications, as well as smart contract integrations into some brand identity, especially around IP. So I would agree with you. I think there's gonna be some big steps going forward. Let's talk a little bit about humanity check verified versus things like what we've seen with Worldcoin. Talk to me a little about what you guys are doing in that space as we are looking at identification as being a potential here. And this is something that you and I have talked about before and how this might change the future of just self -identity in Web3. Talk to me about what you guys are doing. Yeah, so we actually did introduce, we were one of the first to introduce a humanity check. And one of the things that we found out was with our humanity check, a lot of Web3, it just didn't fit the Web3 ethos, right? People really didn't want to be identified. But now as we're starting to see more and more Web2 come in, humanity check is starting to become something that's mandatory. So the slide you just had up was Rarimo. We did a partnership yesterday with Rarimo. And so the interesting thing there is we continue to do our own humanity check, but some apps are also looking for you to verify that you are a person and not a bot. And so we partnered with Rarimo on that, who is also working with Galaxy and Decentraland and some other applications that will use unstoppable domains as part of that humanity check. I do think, you know, if you think about Worldcoin, Worldcoin went, I think, way above, right, using biometrics. And most of the Web3 community I talked to is not ready for anything like that. I mean, if you think looking at a government -issued ID and comparing it, that was kind of too harsh. Biometrics went way above, at least from what we heard about from our users as well. Yeah, it's definitely one that appears to be crossing the line. But no, no, we're also talking about kind of this next evolution of demographics right now. Whether it's in the U .S. or abroad, there's a lot of nations that have, we'll call it a younger demographic who is very crypto -native, digital -native, social -native. They kind of get that. But I'm kind of on the fence here in reference to identification, just because we see the problem with bots in not only just here on the YouTube channel, but we see it in social media. We have our own Power Index, which is a tool that analyzes sentiment. And bots are one of the biggest problems that we deal with right now. So I think it is something that if Web3 can solve that, that would be pretty significant going forward. Speaking of bots, I want to jump over to your cryptoseam .x mystery boxes. And I was looking at this, and it just looks so close to what's happening over at Twitter. I think, all right, could there be some partnerships looming here with what you guys are doing and with what Elon Musk is doing over at Twitter? Yeah, well, you know, we've had .x now for, I think, almost three or four years. A .x, I would say, .x. And for us, .x is, you know, has always been the hippest and the coolest extension. So a lot of celebrities go with .x. And so I think it's always been a really cool extension for us. When Twitter rebranded, I did reach out to Twitter, and I'm looking forward to some upcoming meetings. We don't have anything planned, so there's no pre -announcements or anything. But I would like to just chat with them about some things that we could potentially do around the space. But x, you know, x marks the spot. I think x makes everything cool. I think that x has always been super cool, and it's always been one of our number one .x extensions as well. So you see more there. The mystery boxes are done with Magic Eden. We have a box. We're going to, you know, package things together. And it's a mystery. You don't know which name you're going to get. It's guaranteed to be at a certain level, but could go even above that value. So I think it's pretty exciting. We did this once before, and we completely sold out. So again, listening to our customers, you know, they said, bring this back. We like the mystery. We like being surprised. So that's what this is. Well, it's good gamification, I think, which is one of the engaging elements of not only digital, but Web3, I think we'll see more and more of this. So for sure. All right. I was looking at your Twitter right here. OpenSea. We have some requests for the Unstoppable ENS community that we'd like to see for Web3 domains on OpenSea. What do you think about this? That is a big integration, or would be. What's the likelihood of something like that? We've been talking with Devin, who's the CEO of OpenSea, for quite a while. And they have said that integration is on its way. So I do try to keep a very open dialogue with them. Obviously, it's up to them on timing. We keep preparing lists, and now that we also sell .eth, we have lists of requirements from us as well as .eth. And so we'd love to see OpenSea do that integration. You know, right now, OpenSea is dealing with a lot, especially around all the royalty issues. And so I think they've got to get through that. And then I'm hopeful that we'll be next in line for that integration. Interesting. All right. So we've been talking about that a little bit on our channel in reference to creators and the utilization of Web3 solutions, what this might mean for this next generation, I think, of really digital ID, Web ID, or whatever you want to call it. There's going to be a centralized identifier. And the ability to kind of navigate no matter what app, like you mentioned, being able to communicate intra -app without actually having a home base. I want to play a clip for you. This is Pussy Riot and a little bit about what she has been doing out there. Let's play this clip. The all -female group called Pussy Riot has been jailed for two years for an anti -Putin performance in a Russian Orthodox cathedral. What was it like? What did you face inside prison? I ended up in a labor camp. It was also a psychological torture because with your labor, you support the system that you go against. You said you've had this one job for many years. What's that one job? My job is to hurt Vladimir Putin as much as humanly possible. Can you do that with art and music and protest? Yeah, of course. Because bullets can penetrate your body. Art can penetrate your mind. Does that make you dangerous? Some people say so. Do you think you are? No, I think I'm nice and cute and fluffy and like really just lovely person. The point we're getting at here is obviously the way in which social will be utilized in the future and the idea of digital ID. I was looking just here on Linster. This is an example of the use case that's starting to be used with whether you think about creators or you just look at anybody that's essentially going to be utilizing tool sets like this in Web3, especially around digital ID. Because this starts to create the digital ID ownership that is yours. Now you have the ability to kind of span out. What are your thoughts on kind of the future of where digital ID is going? Well, I think there's still so much potential for digital ID. If I look at things like social causes in particular, when we did our focus groups asking people, what do you want as part of your digital identity? Social causes was one of the very top along with cars and sports, of course. And so I do see a lot of potential to use your digital identity to represent causes. For example, we are getting ready to announce our top 100 most inspirational women of Web3, our top 100 young girls of Web3. And that's a social cause, right? I'm trying to get more diversity inside of Web3 and I'm using our digital identity to do that as a social cause. I think digital identities in the future will represent social causes and not just ones that you talk about, Paul, but ones that you really do something about, right? Because with blockchain, you now have the ability to find out not just what people say, but what they actually do. But in the future, you know, education will be part of digital identity. So you no longer have to guess if I have Harvard on my LinkedIn profile, did I really go to Harvard or am I just saying I went to Harvard? I think healthcare, you know, I just met up with 100 healthcare startups up in New York. I think that healthcare could be a really ripe area for digital identity. Of course, we saw California now is working to get car titles as well on digital identity. So I think the future is really bright here. There's so much that's possible. But I think we need more adoption and more maturity as we go along and more innovation. And that's, you know, I just saw you flash up women of Web3. You know, women of Web3 and AI is really important because everything says that if you have more diversity of thought in what you're doing, you're going to get bigger ideas. You're going to innovate stronger and more powerfully. So I truly believe that this is a big, big, big focus. And here you see Paris Hilton. You know, she believes the same. She's working really hard for women in this space. And I love partnering with her and her team on a whole set of initiatives, again, to change the game for that social cause.
Fresh "Eden" from The Dan Bongino Show
"The Bears game though. If not for Taylor Swift, the announcers would have jumped out of the booth to their own death. I have nothing else to talk about. I have nothing to discuss. The Steve Cochran Show Around 530 to 9am on the Big 89 WLS Checking traffic at 1152 I -80 -94 we have an accident that's blocking the left lane westbound at Broadway. Kennedy inbound O 'Hare to the burn is 36 minutes. 33 back out to the airport from downtown. free Eden's in delay either direction. Eyes now are in from Thorndale to the old post office. 43 minutes. We have a new accident blocking the left lane at Plains Avenue causing stopping the traffic from 17th. Outbound Ike is a 38 minute trip and you're free delay on the Stevenson and Dan Ryan right now. Accident cleared away on the outbound Dan Ryan. Next traffic update in about 15 minutes. something Looking for fun to do. How about painting pumpkins and trying delicious fall favorite cocktails like the Chicago and Banana Mama's pumpkin amaretto martini. Enjoy mouthwatering handmade empanadas,
A highlight from Ep. 559 The World of Magic Edens NFT Marketplace
"All right, everybody, Bryce and Pizza Mind here coming at you with some big news. Pizza Mind, how are you feeling about this big news? Well, change is scary no matter what it is. But this is going to be a change that's going to benefit everyone involved. Even if it sounds scary at first, once we get more comfortable, I think people are going to be very, very happy. Go ahead, Bryce. Make the announcement. Yeah. So Pizza Mind, you know, we started this company together, what, four years ago already. And life changes. Pizza Mind wants to take on a lot more. OK, he wants to take on more, more, more. But what does that require him to do? It requires him to kind of go out and travel and become one with the world and become one with crypto conferences and get all sorts of different advisorships and with his day to days here, which is insane day to day, insane hours. You know, ultimately, he wants to be able to have a little bit more freedom. And we think that what we're crafting here together is actually going to add a lot more value, giving Pizza Mind this new level of freedom to go out, travel, network and actually make our community a lot stronger by him being boots on the ground out there. And it's, you know, it's just going to result in, you know, you and me actually seeing less of Pizza Mind on a day to day basis. So Pete's probably won't be as active in our community, but you bet your bottom gold and Bitcoin he's going to be reporting back what he finds. I'm sure you'll join us, you know, once or twice a quarter to report back. And when I find really good things that I want to invest in, you can bet I'm going to report back. I'm still here for you guys, but I'm going to be traveling around the world, taking on a slightly different role as more of an outside correspondent going forward. All right, everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the Crypto 101 podcast. You guys know what time it is. We're bringing on more legendary builders in the crypto space. Pizza Mind, I'm particularly excited for this one. And I think anybody at home who's listening will be, too, if particularly if they're interested in learning about NFTs. What would you say, Pete? I would say there's going to be a magical episode. And why do you say it'd be so magical? Because we have co -founder Joshin from Magic Eden on the show today. Bam. Yes, let's do it. Zed, aka Zed from Magic Eden. How's it going, man? Yo, what's up, guys? Thanks so much for the tea up. No one's ever done a magical episode before, so that's dope. Yes, Pizza Mind is legendary for his puns, but no, we're excited, man. You guys have been building incredible, really cross chain NFT tooling and an awesome platform for a year or two years. We want to know the whole founding story. We want you to just kind of tell all. But before we do that, let's just get acquainted with you. And who are you and what were you doing really before founding Magic Eden? Yeah, for sure. Excited to be on here. So thanks for having me. I first got into crypto in about 2017. My background before that was a little bit all over the place. I tell people that I did actually spend about a year of my life in my pre -crypto days doing mining. And people think they automatically assume that that's kind of some kind of Bitcoin mining or Ethereum mining or something. But I was actually working in underground mines. Literally was in like a uranium mine for like a year. And that's how you got your superpowers. That's not going to make sense. Yeah, you could call it that. But this was back in another lifetime. I'm from Australia, hence it kind of makes sense that I was working in mining at the time I was in a consulting firm that put me there. And then I moved to the US in about 2015. Yeah, generally just been a very inquisitive dude. Like, I just enjoy getting into new technologies. And around that time when I moved to San Francisco, there's no shortage of interesting things going on. But one of those things was lucky enough to kind of come across crypto. Had a few friends who were working at Coinbase, sort of 2015, 2016 era, and was lucky enough to kind of learn a bit about Bitcoin. And then in 2017, all this stuff started happening on Ethereum. And in many ways, it's kind of funny, like the 2017 ICO boom was very analogous to what happened with NFTs in 21. And that's when I first got interested. I ended up joining a team, DYDX, as a second employee in late 2017, early 18. Shout out to those guys. Antonio was on the show recently. Oh, sick. Yeah, solid, solid guy. And anyway, I spent a few years there, learned an absolute ton about what it takes to build in crypto. I mean, we went through obviously the cycles, went through various rounds of product iteration. He's famously known for kind of like throwing away the previous thing and making 10x bets, and I really, really, really admire that. I spent a little bit of time at Coinbase after building institutional products, which is really interesting as well. That was during the time when hedge funds and corporates macro was really full into Bitcoin. And then I left in sort of like mid -21 and we started Magic Eden in September of 21. And the whole kind of founding story is that we were all DJ -ing on the side, doing our own little thing, right? We were trading NFTs, we were obviously part of DeFi summer before that. And we started using a bunch of different things on all the chains. I remember I had Avalanche wallets, I had Polygon wallets, I had Solana wallets. We were just kind of using all kinds of things. And there was something magical when we first used, first set a Solana transaction because it was so fast and so cheap. And we thought that immediately if NFTs are sort of the consumer use case, there must be something that happens on a chain that is much more performant. And that was the original thesis.
Why Getting a Pet Is Choosing Painful Existence
"My philosophical thought on this on these matters is when you get a pet like a dog or a cat. You set yourself up for pain. And yet people do it. We have the human beings, at least those who choose to have a pet with whom they bond. Human beings choose a fuller life with inevitable pain. Over a less full life, with less pain. That is the Garden of Eden story, by the way, as I understand it. Adam and Eve chose a painful existence as autonomous humans, rather than a painless existence, and in the immortal one. But not having the full freedom of free will. That is the choice people make.
Dennis Prager: Christians Are the Left's Only Organized Opposition
"Does The Serpent say in the Garden of Eden story? Each from the tree of knowledge and you will be like God, knowing good and evil and what it really means is determining good and evil. That is what the left does. The left determines good and evil. Not God. That is why they hate God as a belief because God is the determiner of good and evil. That's why they hate us religious people. We are their biggest enemy and Christians in particular because it's so much more numerous. I as a Jew constantly say the most persecuted religious group in the world today are Christians. With the exception of one Muslim group in China, which is a terrible, terrible thing, but that's one confined place, but in Africa, massacres of Christians take place by Muslim fanatics regularly and the hatred of Christians in the United States is completely understandable because you are the only organized opposition there are individual opponents of the left, but organized is only Christians and not enough Christians, by the way, just to say the least, the Anglican church in England has just announced that it wants to refer to God in non binary terms. The Anglican church is the Church of England, no more he have a very big essay in my genesis, yet you have three options he she or it. That's right. So I don't know what they'll do. They'll just keep saying, I guess, God, or maybe they'll say Z you're not laughing because you're not familiar. You're not up to date on your wokeism.
What's So Special About Oil?
"We're exploring a new theme on the podcast called the anointed. Anointing is taking oil and smearing it on someone. And it has a very specific purpose. Foil marks a person replaced that the bridge between heaven and earth. Cool. But why oil? Why not wine? What's going on? So what we're going to trace down in this conversation is there's a recipe for special anointing oil. You can find it in the Torah. The recipe for anointing oil is given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. And it's not just oil, it's oil and fused with pungent aromatic spices and it makes this incredible perfume. How creations packed with these plants that if you just ate the leaf, you would not enjoy it. But you crush it. Pulverize it, we're soak it, and then it can infuse this with a taste that just is like otherworldly. Well, I think the biblical authors want us to see in this anointing oil is the life of Eden condensed into a little dense liquid. The life of Eden begins with the water of life, filling the dry ground and forming the human, and then got spirits. Fills the human. Water and spirit. Marking humanity as a place where heaven and earth are one. And so to remember that place, or even to designate a place to be like that, we anoint it with oil. There's moments when through liquid and spirit, a person a place is marked as a special portal between heaven and earth to bring about that reunion of heaven and earth in some way. And I think that's where all of a sudden all these themes come crashing together. Of the liquid life and the spirit are joined images. And that's what anointing means in the Bible.
Theodore scores in SO, Golden Knights beat Devils 4-3
"Theodore furnished the lone shootout goal is the golden knights down the devil's four three. Theodore beat Akira Schmidt in the fourth round, giving Vegas its second straight win and 8th at 11 games. Jonathan Marshall scored twice and assisted on Jack eichel's go ahead goal three 47 into the third period. Miles wood tied it with 7 O 7 left in regulation. New Jersey entered a three game winning streak despite pumping 49 shots on Eden hill. Jesper Bratton Dawson Mercer also scored for the Devils who travel the metropolitan division by two points. I'm Dave ferry.
"eden" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"About being a good person. Jesus said, you are to be perfect as your heavenly father is perfect. So how good then do you have to be for your goodness to merit grace from God? Or mercy. I don't know. Well, if Jesus said you are to be perfect. So how good do you have to be? You have to be perfect. Right. Okay. But neither one of us have been we can't be right. Right. So if we want to merit God's forgiveness or God's grace or mercy based on our own perceived goodness, then all we have to do, Eden, is live a perfect life and thought word indeed from cradle to grave. There's no hope in that because we've already failed. Okay. I saw that. Right? I think I do see that. The word of God says that it is by grace were saved through faith. And that not of ourselves it is a gift from God, not as a result of works so that no man may boast. You are young enough to be my son, quite certainly, if you're a undergrad student. Yes. Let's say you were my neighbor. And you knocked on there's an ice storm coming. They were supposed to get about 9 inches of snow here tomorrow. You go when you need to go. You go when you need to go. Okay. Thank you. All right. I really think. Well, good talking to you. Absolutely. God bless you. I believe that, too. God bless you. All right, God bless you and you guys stay safe, okay? All right, thank you.
"eden" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"God bless you have a good day. Thank you so much. Thank you. Hey. I saw those stuff and talking. You got in the cross. I was just in a class. We were just talking about Saint Thomas Aquinas. Oh, okay. My name's Tony and you are? Okay, all right. Drop by and say, thank you guys. God bless you. Do you attend church your locally or? But I mean, I would consider myself Christian, yeah. Okay. If you have a minute, I'd love to hear your story. How'd you come to faith in Christ? Yeah, I'm Catholic, but I love all Christians. I love everybody. Okay. Well, my mom, well, you know, I went to catechism when I was younger. Yeah, me too. Understand it. It's something I really understood. As I've gotten older things have resonated. With me, and over this past year, especially, I've been feeling closer to God, I think. Okay, what is brought that about? I'm not sure. I don't know if it's the people I've been around. I don't know if it's, I guess, somewhat. This is my friend Matt. This is Eden eating like, oh yeah, yes. But yeah, I just got out of there and I figured I'd so much telling me, I think I was meant to be I should come to say hi to you guys. So what were you studying? What are you studying right now in Aquinas? Really? I was a deputy sheriff for 20 years. Thanks. Thank you. What are you planning to do with that? Hopefully okay for the LSAT at the moment. Oh, okay, so you want to be a lawyer. Yeah. Okay. Judge someday. All right, okay. So Eden, let's say, instead of wanting to be on the right side of the law, you are someone who is on the wrong side of the law. Hypothetically, hypothetical. Okay. Just to paint a picture. You mentioned sometime wanting to be a judge. Yeah. So I want to paint a picture about a judge, okay? So let's say, let's say, I won't even mention his name. His name's not worthy to be mentioned. Let's say, instead of that man who came onto this campus last week, let's say that was you. I don't believe for a second. I understand. Okay, all right. Oh, don't care. All right. And unlike that cowardly man who took his life after taking the life of others, you're caught by the police. You stand trial. You even of your own volition without being coerced or threatened or promised anything, you write out your own confession, right? Because you have some remorse. Okay. So as you'll learn, as you study law, a confession never proves anyone's innocence. Right. A confession only shows their guilt. So no one should ever be let go because they confess to a crime because that confession is evidence of their guilt. So if anything shouldn't we look to forgiveness? Well, let's get there. Let's get there. So you confess to the crime you're a remorseful. The judge, however, though, find you guilty for three counts of murder 5 counts of attempted murder. And the judge sentences you to death. I just had a class about the death penalty last summer. Okay. All right. Okay, so in our present system, you might have ten years or more of appeals. Yes. Right. Appeals. Right. Okay. But instead, in this hypothetical, instead, there are no appeals. They're going to immediately take you into the next room, strap you to a gurney, shove a needle in your arm and put you to sleep like a stray dog. I'm as well against the death penalty. Okay. Okay, all right. But be that as it may, whether we're against the death penalty or not, if the law says that death will be the punishment for this crime, it doesn't matter whether we're against it or not. You're going to suffer the death. Okay. So as they're about to do that even, the judge who rightly found you guilty, the judge who alone had the authority to sentence you to death. Stands up from behind his bench, takes off those black robes of authority, steps down, walks over to you and says Eden, you are guilty and according to the law you do deserve to die, and I'm going to take your place. Wow. And the judge goes into the next room. He allows himself to be strapped to a gurney with your name on it. He allows a needle to be driven into the vein of his arm with your name on it, and he dies the death that you should have died, not because you're innocent, not because you confessed. This is what Jesus did. This is what Jesus did. God the father sent his son to words in the person of Jesus Christ, truly God truly man, and without sin. He lived a perfect life from cradle to grave that neither Eden or Tony. None of us can do none of us can. Yet even though he knew no sin, he voluntarily went to that Roman cross, died the death he did not deserve to take upon himself the punishment you and I rightly deserve for our sins against God. And then he forever defeated sin and death when he rose from the grave. What God commands of us in response is that by faith, we turn from our sin. That's called repentance by faith we repent, and we put our faith in our trust in Christ alone for our Salvation. Now Eden, let's say the judge did that. And in response, you said, I am appreciative of the judge for taking on the punishment I deserve. But I don't think that's enough. I think I also have to do good deeds. I think I also have to do penance. I think I also have to go to church on Sunday. I think I also have to help the poor. I think there are other things I need to do in addition to what the judge did for me. Do you think that would magnify the judge's sacrifice or diminish the judges? No, actually, it would diminish it. It would diminish it because if the judge determined that what must take place for you to be set free is for the judge to die, and then after that, you say I appreciate the judge's sacrifice, but I don't think that's enough. I think I need to do these other things. Would that not diminish the judges sacrifice? Okay, so in essence, should we just always be that way? No. No, no. No, I understand what you're saying. No, no. That sacrifice doesn't give us a license to violate the God's law. It doesn't give us a license to sin. Okay. But when we, but when we say, that's Jesus. And then we add to the work of Jesus, the works of penance, the works of confession, the works of good works, the works of religious practices, in order to add to that sacrifice, we are actually diminishing the sacrifice because we're saying it's not enough. Does that make sense? I think so. I think I'd have to. Sorry, I've just been a long day. I'm sure. I'm sure. I'm sure. So in the system of Roman Catholicism, has a professed belief in Jesus and his sacrifice. And in addition to that, there are also works. That must be done in order to attain that grace that gift of eternal life. Okay. Penance, confession, good works, participation in the mass. And so on. Like you, I have a Catholic background as well, okay? So any okay, okay, all right, okay. Okay, well good. All right. Okay. So here's the thing
Why Boundaries Are God's Idea With Lysa TerKeurst
"Even from creating the foundations of the world, God used boundaries in such healthy ways. I'm convinced right here from genesis one that boundaries are not just a good idea. They are actually God's idea. But now let's go over to genesis two because this is where I really found some something just completely fascinating. In genesis chapter two, starting in verse 15, it says this. The lord God took the man and put the man in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it. And the lord God commanded the man, you are free. From any tree in the garden, but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil for when you eat from it, you will certainly die. And I'm convinced at this point that the man did not write the one rule down because the very next verse it says in verse 18, the lord God said it is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him. And women have been making lists for men ever since, okay? I'm just reading scripture. Okay, so but here's the thing. I'm so completely fascinated. That have all the topics God could have chosen for this first recorded conversation with man. That God chose the topic of a boundary, think of how many things that the lord could have surely had to discuss with this man in this first recorded conversation. And yet, he chooses a topic of a boundary. Why? Well, if I look at the first three words that God says in this first recorded conversation, God says you are free. You say we serve a God of freedom. And in order for there to be real freedom, boundaries have to exist so that we know if we know where those boundary lines are, then we can run freely between them. And that's where real freedom exists. Can you imagine if Adam was in the garden? And he was tentative. He didn't know what was okay and what was not okay. Then it would always be kind of like this. Like, I wonder if can I eat from this tree? Can I go here? Can I do this? Can I do that? And you see that mystery was solved when got established, the boundary, and then Adam was truly free.
What Really Happened in Genesis?
"Somebody said Charlie, I really enjoyed your conversation on genesis. Can you do more of it? How do you believe genesis applies to our times today? And so I just want to preface this by saying I'm by no means a biblical scholar. I do not speak biblical Hebrew, but I do study the word and I love it and I'm actually spending a lot of time going deep into the Torah, which means teacher through mixture of commentaries, rabbi teachings, Dennis prager's rational Bible is terrific. And then applying it to today, because what is the Torah or what is the Bible have to teach us today and the answer is quite a lot. So to answer the question is one take on the kind of beginning of the Torah of genesis, which is genesis one through 11. So genesis one through 11 is very unique. It's a genesis one through 11. You could argue is the ultimate issues. Portion of genesis. Not to say that ultimate issues are not part of genesis 12 through. I think genesis goes to 50, right? Genesis 50 chapters on a second. Genesis 12 through 50. But it gets very historical, very literal starting in genesis 12, and it's just abruptly says God spoke to Abram, do this, do that. Leave your father's home, take saraya's your wife, you know, one thing after the other after gets very literal and the genealogy begins. But genesis one through 11, at times can seem somewhat abstract in the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. That's very literal, but then it gets to the Garden of Eden and Cain and Abel, and the sons of Noah and then no way a covenant. And then out of nowhere, if you read the Bible and I encourage you guys to read the Bible in one year, you could do that with my wife's ministry, Bible in three 6 5 dot com that is Bible in three 6 5 dot com. You read genesis 9, all kind of flows, God's coming with Noah, and you read genesis ten, which is the table of nations, which is kind of this lineage. And then you read genesis 11, it kind of comes out of nowhere. So in genesis 11, it says now the whole world had one language and a common speech as people moved eastward, they found a place in China and settled there. Now this is not about the Jews. Or the people of the sons of no, the Jews don't really exist as a people yet. They have not been given that covenant Abraham or Abram has not yet existed. So it's kind of this one off story. And it's a very interesting story. It's the story of the people of Babel.
"eden" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"And when the torrent piracy system they were able to make an example of him and he is really somebody who is self knowledge and actually I don't know what Eden was interactions was therapy discovered but I just was catching with him that conversation and actually I reported the microphone and I was just saying at one point I am not going to listen what they are saying but should they give you the microphone? I will take a screenshot and I will just leave the stage, but I should go and excretion to see if they give me the microphone and I saw that my a friend of mine that I would
Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett
"Talking to papuan. Do you understand what I'm telling you? Pat Boone. Pat, is it really you? It's definitely me. You're not just teasing me. It's really you. I confess, no makeup whatsoever. A purposely kind of fuzzy light so that I'm wearing, I'm wearing enough makeup for the two of us. Don't worry about it. I said to them, I want to look like George Hamilton. What can you do? And this is as close as they were willing to go. They didn't want to give me what you need four shades of tan more. That's all. Have you played golf with George Hamilton? I played in the same tournament with the who's who of showbiz, but not in the same force of no. What about so you've played golf with Bing Crosby? I don't know that it gets when you say you've played off with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. I think we're done. I don't think you can top that. Have you ever played? Have you ever played golf with Phyllis Diller? No, I don't think she plays, but you know, I topped it, as I say, Bing Crosby was my sponsor. He was my reason. Now, look, can I tell you a funny story about that? It involved buddy. I dare you. Go ahead. It involves Buddy Hackett. He and I were making a movie. Now you got to keep it clean. It is clean. All hands on deck with Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, and so on. And Buddy Hackett, who played an Indian in this film. It was a naval. It was in the navy. I mean, we were on the navy LST. And he was just lower course. And I was a lieutenant. And so anyway, you don't need to know the story. While we're making the film, he was taking up golf. He said, pat. He says, I want to get to be a Bel Air. Can I be a member of Bel Air? And I got to be honest, I was not, I was not expecting you to do a Buddy Hackett impression on this program. So I just checked that off my bucket list. So you're doing a film with Buddy Hackett, Barbara Eden, and during the film, Buddy Hackett is leaning on you to try to get into the Bel Air country club. Okay. Yes. Now, he was already a member of hillcrest, a Jewish club. But Bel Air, of course, is famous. That's where Howard Hughes landed his plane famously and on the golf course and things like that. And this pictures of being in bob and Fred Astaire and Gable when he had a hole in one. You know, it's where all the stars like to play. And I was a member now at 23, 24 years old. And we're in the car, and he says, I want to play a bit here. And I said, well, buddy. I don't have anything to do with except I can ask the manager. And he says, we'll do that. So I did. And the manager told me he said, you know, we don't have any Jewish members. I said, what is it? He says, it's not in our bylaws. Now, wait a minute. What year, this is like what 54, what year is this? 57. 57. Bel Air country club had no, I mean, I'm not surprised, but it's nonetheless, it's extraordinary. It was shocked to me. And they didn't say it's not in our bylaws. It's just we don't happen to have any. She said, but you can talk to the membership committee, the various members and see what they, if they'll vote, but
"eden" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Yes she was with the girl got. Yeah so yeah. I mean it was. It was like this this thing that was like if this is so strong this emotional richness so strong like everything else will just follow. It was like it. Was this weird. They were like we both. I had never felt like a soul mate was like a real thing you know that was not something. I was looking for something that i thought was like in my future whatsoever and when i met her it was so clear that she was my only like. That's my person. And she felt the same way. So while congratulations on your amazing story. Thank you and the all engaged. The author not yet correct. Yeah well. I'm very excited for you and to see think pal. The next phase goes Thank you thank you awesome before. I almost at the end of our time. So before i send you back in tier your day i just wanted to ask a few which out queiro which is person place or thing that made you feel you can be who you are today. A hero like a queer your hero but it can be it can be it can be like a plays or be like a piece of media Lady gaga also. Is that for me. You ever said the i don't know why they later. Oh my gosh yeah I just remember when born this way came out. And i just felt so scene. You know i was just like there's a. I felt so alone for a long time. Just like i don't feel like there's anybody like me and then you realize like you walk into this incredible queer community when you come out and it's like oh my god. There's so many incredible people. Incredible people like me who are going through the same things that i would through but Yeah that just that her whole persona like like we're all freaks and it's the way that it should be. You know just like hit me so hard nose like i seen. That was big for me. She's pretty awesome at I think she's younger than me. By a significant amount of time. And i feel like i she somebody that i look up to like your mom. Y'all freak monster. She just very good at sort of saying like what would be the problem with that when people ask her invasive or shitty questions just about how you know. Women have been treated in the music industry or like the entertainment industry. It's always about like sort of that. Goal is to you know. Catch that person out like get them saying that. Clip that lake betrays. You know that it'll be the worst thing in the world if you like thought they were you know a slot earth thought they were approved like whatever the like this amazing interview with her where i came roche. She's talking to. But we're the interviewers like asking her like there's a recent rumor that you have a penis and lake in. What if. I do like what would be the problem with. What if i do. It's just like just like such a good trans inclusive response and like also makes the interview with like a fucking idiot. Yeah like totally you know. what yeah what. Why would that matt. How would that affect my Whether or not these are making good music so anyway yeah shadow guy for sure such body. She is italian. That makes me feel good. I tune italian person. Anyone yet we can. we can keep going brooke. It's a it's been really awesome to speak with you again to you. Thanks so much for having me absolutely. I can't wait to see you. That someday i will see you and i can't wait to see you. Yes that would be amazing. Amazing yes i can't. I can't wait in real life in the flesh..
What is the Healthiest Plant-Based Milk?
"The healthiest type of alternative milk. And again it depends on what you're meaning of Your definition of health is right. What would you say. What's your favorite. What do you think ranks. I would say would have to be probably under sweden variety for the most part of either a soy or a almond or an haute. Yes something really clean right. So we'll talk a little bit about how to pick alternative milks and what to be on the lookout for if i had to pick one. I'd say i'd say soy milk. It's the only alternative The mainstream alternative milk. That's made from beans. I'm and we know how healthy beans are for us to be just again. It depends what you're after so like for most of us. We don't need to worry about protein rate of anything. If you listen to the podcast ahead with darren orlean. We talked about how actually we should be eating like a low protein diet right as opposed to a high protein low protein. If you don't care about protein then you're not going to be drawn as much to maybe showing this eden soy right here. This unsweetened soy one. Eight ounce glass is twelve grams. South grams approachable grams of protein. It's like over the over the moon high whereas whereas this almond milk right here. This has got one gram of protein right there. Yeah i think is the only one that really compete with traditional dairy in terms of soy. So if you're choosing traditional dairy for the protein content opt for some sway. Milk protein is less important to you. Go for another
"eden" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
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"eden" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"He should this wherever he went. He was saying the amazing power of the source is available to everybody at. That's kind of a summary of what i've been learning. And all the reframing of my out religious faith theological journeys the anomalies. I've noticed the people. I've encountered totally outside of a religious swelled totally outside of faith and who yet on the same journey participating in the site. Things that sermon explains to me. Why that is that the amazing power of the sources available to everyone now. That's what i'm beginning to see very very interesting. Now meet meet guide. Some of these nightside heavy. Because it's a few things and you in gaza vida. You've got a quite from prison more fun. Sign somebody something. Pass some with the old nicer settled. Watch for certain into into it as his what she enough. I is watching us. But he's talking about currently control this reality that we're aware of this is and some people call it. There are a lot of names that people use for that. But they're only looking at figureheads not for actual beings behind the names. They might have like illuminate. Not yes the powers that be. This is a lot of names. The won't set military industrial complex. And use that's right. It's a really interesting quote. From woodrow wilson. It it is echoed again by a later president. Who warned about the military industrial complex which is and howard farm remembering correctly and you can read it at a number of levels some people. Say what woodrow wilson. Warning about was the power of corporations uncertainty. yes he was talking about that but The story is bigger than that. And the moment you start listening to ancestoral narratives you realize there's a human layer to this question of who's really governing us than there's a non human laya to so the notes to talk about off comes that light human leaders and then go to hebrew texts and you got the powerful ones who are in authority over the human leaders and it's interesting that many of ancient stores talk about a time when we were governed by non humans a then talk about a time when there was a handover to human viceroys. Regents governments many of them. Have this handover moment. Is there in the bible king soon as the first human later if the people of god gilgamesh is to crossover kane in the sumerian stories..
"eden" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"That goes alongside another text that has always fascinated me from the book of hebrews in the new testament that says since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses and the writer is talking about people who lived on four us and he says since we're surrounded he doesn't say preceded says was surrounded by them and they're very interested in us and our lives in how we are running the race marked out for us. Now these things together tell me that we've got company and the company is old negative scary like ghosts or aliens team. Mas attacks Pod of this soup Living is beneficial. We have presences around us who here to help here to guide and not to be afraid to recognize that and engage with it and unfortunately a lot of our religious traditions have tortoise to be afraid of anything. We can't label everything fully understand. We've got to live more boldly and confidently. That's not only nonni religions. Also the the movie propaganda that's been put out. Mostly the alien alien stuff. A pop from star trek series is very negatively based because it's delivered to fear in people again at that fear burden is definitely a. I think you're right. I think it's probably more the star these days. That has that more positive will view. And i'm very intrigued by a cannons like star trek canon or the the marvel universe canon. Because i've learned that ancient ancestoral knowledge often finds its way into those movie scripts. Some ancient knowledge has been protected at ford's become a Traditions and those isa traditions often leak information back into the mainstream through novels through movies through television series. Very deliberate in its very conscious at another level. Some of those rises When you right when you create very often you will realize that you're channeling without knowing that what you're doing even fell on at the level a stand up comedian who is composing. In the moment use performing spontaneously can do the ala set will cuff stage thinking. Oh my goodness split it will come from. A storytelling is amazing. Way of tapping information we hold subconsciously but also tapping those spirits who around us to guide off thinking assistance. That's the belief. I've come through through the research that began with ut's biblical texts that all these things are connected to begin opening up. Oh absolutely this spring. Tally paradigm shift. You're really hasn't this journey. It's like from your very conservative mercedes' today it's almost like giant night in well. No it's not really. It's more of an expanded here but it's an expansion exactly and it's enabled me to unpack the implications of things. I've been noticing all through the years. And in a way. When i go back to the gospels. For instance again. I go back with my linguists hat on and site. How might we translate that differently because it's so difficult to read religious texts without hearing it in a religious way of course when all the cultural layers of interpretation that are on top of every word in a sentence could be challenging. I now realize if. I go back to the first sermon that jesus toured with cooling. Matthew's gospel you translate those words again by the root meanings a what he was saying was and it was a message so important..
"eden" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"The other ones. It's not and that's kind of where the conflict comes in. So i see what you're right absolutely well row judgment right so at the end of each episode we vote on whether the game deserves see or not in requires a two third vote to be approved or denied mark. What say you yeah. It's not it's not going to get my seal because while the game is is good. Look at the art. The art is fantastic in it it just in order in order for it to be worth anything. There's gotta be more to do than just either grinder story And or grinder pay. I'm sorry and to me. It's it's not worth the effort to grind. And i'm not gonna pay for the story so it's not going. I enjoyed the game. And the fact that i can grind out and not have to worry about paying to continue. The story was a big plus like most of these other games that are similar to. This is just like yeah. We want you to keep playing and pay this money. But we're not going to give you any more content and less. You pay the money to continue. Play this game so it was. It was refreshing to this game. Dozen lake pigeonhole you into having to pay the money to continue to play this game. And the story line just keeps going until you know wherever ends obviously. I didn't get that far. But it what i did get of. The story was very refreshing. So this is going to get my seal. how about you jeff Do not which is not a sit down to you. Caveat being a geography geez. Just simply aren't my bag baby but you talking to dj austin powers reference. There's a lot the austin powers reference. Correct there's a book by jeff saying jr pg's and me this sort of thing. Is my bag baby. My train of thought completely gone no. It's not going to get mind. Because i know that was vervet. Think that the melding of j. rpg with heavy story works with the gotcha system. I don't think it's as you keep bringing up this spiritual successor to crow trigger. I just don't see it personally and time travel being in. The gop is not enough of a Like the mechanics. Don't match to me so i. There is a game that i have played. that's a j rpg but it's made by american company An indie company. And it's called the cosmic star heroine and it if you look at a video of it. You're like wow that looks like krona trigger in the future and it feels more like. That's what i would call a spiritual successor But no i can't recommend We do have one commentary this week. Just career mark stern. Oh is it my turn. i read this commentary. Don't threaten me time. I'm gonna go ahead. You let me let me pull it up. Because i saw my my robe. i'm mispronounced. The name hakam storytime with so Story so this week's commentary comes.
"eden" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"That you can craft for weapons and for each character but that's part of the game play but it's not. I didn't find it to be heavily influenced by the game like you didn't have to get your characters weapons and soft because they still seem to. They seem to the ability to be able to go toe to toe with most of the characters it did. Offer a slight boost in their stats. From what i noticed. And as you go to later areas you get more powerful weapons more powerful armor since you can create an equipped to your characters so you do gain a lot of the regular currency just by playing the game because you've got like a million different quests. As soon as you like kill a new enemy you get. You accomplished quest for that as soon as you get to. Another section of the game play. You've accomplished another thing and you get more of the Regular currency not the premium currency replay ability. It's not it's not replay. it's into me. It's this game is replaceable. In the in the in the media is not was because either you wanna grinder. You don't And if you wanna grind. The game is super applicable is because there's always there's all these things to do There's always battles to have but if if grinding isn't you're saying the game in the same being a spiritual successor to grow trigger pie. Imagine.
"eden" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"Game is paid a win because of the fact that you can continue to grind on the bosses dying every time as long as you have enough currency to buy yourself back to life. Yeah agree with that. That i mean. That's that's how those games that's almost game. How most gotcha games. and now. So as far as the gotcha concern. Though once i had a full party. I did not feel the need to even pursue any other characters. How about you guys. Oh i agree now One thing we should say too is that there are your your regular gotcha. polls and then like premium. Gotcha polls that you can only get with real money. Yes so the i right i i agree with that is i encountered the same. Yeah there was quote unquote one currency. But there was the ones that you could earn. But then you had the same currency that was quote unquote premium and that could be used specifically for those premium. Gotcha characters that was so confusing because it looks the same. Yes as the courage that you pay for ads so you go to the store thinking. Oh i've got enough to buy these premium ones. And you can't do it because you can only do it when you've paid real money brett. That's in that. That's that's the thing about these types of games is that yeah you can grind but the grind becomes so i just monotonous in like it just. It takes all of the fun out of playing the game that it's forcing you to either either. Don't play the game again or spend money and this game is one of those it it just becomes such crawl and you don't want to crawl to get a little bit of You know game play out of it. You just want to pay you want you wanna pay to get past a spot where you're at and and that's that's what you have to do. And that's what that's what i ran into. I didn't have the. I didn't have the ability or the characters to beat the guy on the motorcycle so the game either wanted me to crawl to grind or pay to to get better and and i didn't want to pay i don. I wasn't gonna pay money to get better so it was like well. Then there's i'm not only to play the game all my gosh though will get it. What what.
"eden" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"Jeff van expression artists not style expressionist. Do what a jackson pollock do. Just throw paint at the wall. What was that called though. Pay abstract abstract cubist of. What's the one where you sleep with. Someone put paint on your button. Sit on the candidates that would be like cuba. That would be called tuesday Know that i'm pretty sure. That's the jackson pollock way the abstract. Which is i have no innate artistic talent so i just dump paint yes and sell my my paintings for millions of dollars No it the the art style behind this game is is is very. It's it's it's one of the better games to look at that that we've played in my time on this podcast and I thought it represented what the game was like. Not with the game was trying to do but what the message behind it was it was. It was a very very thought provoking game. I guess There was a lot to read in this game and so i found myself tapping the screen a lot. Yeah well it's definitely not a game for the casual mobile player because writer. That's totally there is so much to the story and i actually took the time to play for the story when i was playing this generally a lot of these games. I just tried to get the game. Play out of the way and don't really worry about story Lake for example when we played The dragon quest one. I didn't care about the story then. I was just trying to get through gameplay but this one. I actually was like okay. I'm going to take some time in tests this story out soon. It's like 'cause. I mean there were very heavy handed with. Hey this is the story. This is what you're going to be focusing on because the amount of game play two story ratio isn't as big as this the quote unquote story. What i think you mean to say is. There's a whole lot more story than there is gas. Yes yeah one hundred percent. I found that to be true to which actually kind of maybe a little more intrigued at at at the beginning Because i'm like oh this is just a free. Rpg and marks it looks good and it plays like an rpg rpg play. It wasn't until i got into like the gotcha system. Where started losing me a little bit will you do you do have to grind. I i and it may have been different in You play your play style obviously will dictate how in depth you have to grind. But when i battled the guy in the on the motorcycle I had to grind. I in that's the thing about these games as they you'll you will hit a point where you do have to grind and you do have to You do have to go searching for you. Know More experience and.
"eden" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"Is like in a bunch of rpg's though. I mean linked to the past It is albert odyssey and played one game two. That's a real game. I'm not being facetious. It's on the saturn Yeah it is a great game Under the radar of but that those are tenuous connections for me. Like if i see a game that starts off with a guy waking up in bed or or a girl and getting out of bed. Good that doesn't mean just as rpg. I the so many that do that. sweet code in like all the ones. I've played pok mon games. Don't you just start by getting out of bed and then you go downstairs and your mom's logo. Today's day get your poke him on. Yes i think that would be. Rpg staple rate. Yeah so again. I is. It is it really. Rpg if your character doesn't wake up in the morning of said day when something occurs in your. Yeah exactly. I would argue that. It's not game play. So let's talk about the game play so it is a turn based rpg Like jr g. When i say by that is your combat is totally menu based You select your actions of from A menu of where you can attack and then you have various skills or spells that you can select You can also use items in combat so As you walk around the map The encounters simi random. And i say that because there are some encounters where you can see the enemies but they're usually encounters you just want to totally avoid and then there's the encounters that are ran which are usually pretty easy to win And you benefit from fighting those you get x. p. and Things like that. Now the big difference here though from your all these aforementioned. Rpg's is that your party is and built up of people you meet along the way so like one of my favorite rpg's for a guy who doesn't really do the genre that well as Final fantasy four and your party is made up of people that you meet along the way and they leave and they come back or More modern ones like a divinity original sin you go to towns and you meet people and If you talk to them the right way you can recruit them and you know.
The Story of Musician Zohra El Fassia
"Was actually born zara hamou to a jewish family likely around the year. Nineteen o five in the city of steph ru which is in fez region in morocco in fez of courses the city that would eventually give her regional stage name alpha zia which means the woman from she was born to her mother naomi and father yahu and we don't know much about officias early life but we do know that her father was a butcher trade and a hudson or a cantor in his off time so we can guess that she would have been hearing in may be singing eden literature music from a pretty young age. We also know that she likely went to school for a little bit as a young girl. Zora was wed at a very very young age to a man from fez named don and she had her first daughter masa likely when she was around thirteen years old and she had two more children sam in a net and at the same time she also began to kind of scope out the music scene in fez going to hear to musicians who would hear her sing and encourage her to sing more which she began to do at private celebrations and weddings and even small venues. We know that likely around the age of eighteen she actually got divorced and eventually made her way to casablanca so her kids. Her first three kids mostly grew up with their father and his new wife in their family and in blanca. She starts a new relationship with one. Mr tapia long Though they don't get married They do have three daughters together. More net salons in suzanne who sadly died as baby
"eden" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
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"eden" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"You talk you talk about how you took out enemy and took it at the garden of eden and now would you explain to mindlessness you'll positional. What the gardens. Agen wars action right. Yes if i picked the title escaping from aden as a bit of a tease because you re whereas and you think why would anyone want to escape from aden aden was a paradise was lit well even in the car translation of the bible as a rhodes scholar consensus that the current version came in see shake in the sixth century. B c e and. That's when the stories were harmonized. Mona is and these other entities. Sort of not of the picture. But even if you read the aren't translation There are some little claes for instance when we introduced to eden. We a- told that it's conveniently close to see key mineral deposits or why on earth away being told him that if he is evil gaden whether human beings can live naked innocent just all the food that's fair and this delete life needs minerals not the human beings. Then there's this little verse saying and then the powerful ones but the human to work and when you read it. In parallel with potato stories you realized that has a bit of an honest turned to it and the suggestion of many who studied the massive taming stories is the work was not a bit of like gardening. It was mining mining kemin all deposits now in Southern africa the remains of prehistoric Gold mines have been found. That could be as old as two. Hundred thousand is not a lot of research has been done onto on those but when asked to oscar who was around two hundred thousand years ago to be mining in southern africa will contemporary science says the ancestors were around two hundred thousand years ago and that's people have exactly the same design and build as us but evidently less intelligent a not intelligent enough to farm but intelligent enough to work in someone else's mind and you read it alongside the measor american story and gawks in the mayan traditional poeple says there's a moment when the visiting entities safe to each other. Let us make a advertise for ourselves to bring us off food and do the work and so that stated very very openly what was going on eaton is an enclosed area. It's a safe zone. Where on ancestors were engineered to use.
"eden" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"Welcome back. It's really great to have you listen again and especially big welcome to own your listeners. To i have against one who found that he took over his paradigm on deeply held beliefs. He head for over thirty years when he did this. He found answers to questions that had bothered him for all that time. Ultra in his paradigm and perspective. His taken him on a journey that he never would have anticipated. He took three po and saw a healthy. This'll wind but the question is. Are you willing to could essen to this cloud of the shades and see what awaits us. The're then let's vegan bone in buckinghamshire england. Mike is paul. Anthony wireless enjoyed periods of life and bath in portsmouth and london as a youth. He commuted for a ten year period between the united kingdom and canada. Later settling in australia. His trifles have included ho streaking in the dates of the grand canyon and the heart of the himalayas swimming in the amazon parachuting in australia and surviving charging rhinoceros in zambia. Along with more. Peaceful program. Grudges to egypt some bob way france portugal spain italy greece turkey. Jim nez switzerland belgium hong kong singapore new zealand end. Cash mia pool studies the negatives linguistics and theology took into the university of bath. England the machiavelli institute in florence. Italy saint john's college and the university of nottingham in the united kingdom and to brazil's instituto pastoral regional and belem amazonia in the eighties nineties and early two thousands polls weeks sainted on establishing foundations and faith communities being instrumental implanting six new churches in anglican and charismatic streams. Since the late nineties paul has designed and delivered china pastas of churches in the united kingdom. Korea was different and australia in australia. Paul has delivered causes on history of christian thought and biblical in manila ticks. Principles of interpreting takes than i think i mispronounced it and his served as a community doctor in international interim ministry and is an hd can in the anchor contribute in. Australia pool is a popular speaker. Research and the of on spirituality and mysticism today his week probes mythology and ancestor narratives for the insight into human origins and human potential. His book escaping from eden has been held by george noory as generations chariots of the gods which to my mind is pretty impressive comparison. Poll host the poor willis on youtube in co host. The fifth kind tv and partnership with guide tv. His books drew on. Duffy's was explosive realm of -ality mysticism priming the world mythology and the ancestral narratives filthy insights into human origins and the releasing of app potential for a beater more conscious human experience pool.
"eden" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"It was awesome. Okay so no fights by. However you'll see this wallpaper that is behind me. Yes it's gorgeous thank you. We almost got divorced. We are not married. It was a bitch. It was so far we promise yourself to never do okay live and learn tricky with some of those bads because we recently got one and it was you know allen wrench city but it was where you can't use like the longer end of it to turn so you're just doing like a million tiny turns for each thing. I hate that so much one hundred percent. You just like oh my. Gosh is there. I know you're gonna screw just be like one inch further from the corner. So i can spend this thing we're already off to the dyke's start. This is wonderful brooke. You've been making a lot of headlines recently. And i want to know if you think that it has anything to do with your controversial decision to write a song about sunroofs very brave of you. I think that it has to do with just we re community have been so underrepresented in country music for so long. Yes we are here because we've always been here. It's been hush hush and you know you have to stay in the closet. And i think that especially after last year with the hell hole that it was i think fit. There's just not room for being anything other than who you are. So i think like even when it comes to like black lives matter. There are so many black artists in national that are finally being heard in there so many. Lgbtq artists in national that are finally being heard as well and i just think that marginalized groups are finally speaking up going like yolo. We all know how quick pass we don't just live our lives so yola i'm out. I'm on this issue. I am and i think that if you give people the opportunity to know you and learn who you are. I think that the world will soon except every line as they are beautifully put and we saw it with the as this last year. I mean my girlfriend is a huge country music fan. She's from north carolina. The biggest you and mickey gutten are playing in our apartment all day. She wanted me to personally. Thank you for helping. Change the face of country music. But i did catch the as with her this last year and was like this feels different. I have nothing to compare it to. But i really like you. Send a change happening in the last year or so one hundred percent it is in day different and i will say that the gatekeepers of this town have always been wilson's ivan here for the last nine years have always been very progressive in very loving toward the lgbtq community. I think that it was just that first person may be say you know. I'm not gonna stand back here in stay quiet anymore. i think that it's just. Everyone is now speaking their truth. And i think that it's just it's such a cool time to not only national but to be a part of this industry and walk it changes watch people's minds shift and their perspectives shift and just become a more well rounded genre clearly changing people's hearts and minds you and mickey and tj osborne with coming out with your truth and your music reflecting that is it changing the hearts and minds.
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Employer-Subsidized Scooter Rides? Yes...If Commutes Ever Return to Normal
"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this wednesday february third commuting. If you were among the forty two percent of americans working from home as of last june that word may be a distant memory for you. But with vaccine for the corona virus being rolled out many in the corporate world or that by the middle of this year folks will be safely back in the workplace and that means getting back in the car back on the bus and back on the train or on a scooter. That's right micro mobility devices. those lightweight. Electric transporters like escooters. We're having a moment right before. The pandemic sent most workers home and when offices shut down companies like lime which rents both scooters and bicycles. Do commuters suffered the new york. Times reported that consumer spending on scooter reynolds fell the most of all modes of transportation in the first several weeks of the pandemic spending decreased. Nearly one hundred per cent. The losses forced lime to lay off around percent of its workforce at the end of april competitor. Bird was cutting it. Staff to those cuts were hard pills to swallow for an industry that had been booming. In twenty eighteen. Nearly forty million journeys were made on scooters in the us in twenty nineteen that number more than doubled until the pandemic of course brought that growth to a halt. But for the scooter industry. All hope was not lost lime. Ceo wayne ting told the verge that the pandemic change the way people get around in cities. Even though they stopped commuting on scooters there's evidence writers did use scooters for other reasons a quick trip to a grocery store or to the park. If you're running errands do you wanna get on a crowded bus. Where social distancing can't always be maintained well not many people did so they hopped on scooters so even though ridership was basically nonexistent when offices shut down less march has been rebounding slowly and that gives companies like lime. Hope that when this is all over people will still be willing to dare. I say it. Scoot commute that hope is at the core of limes. New partnership with eden red benefits even read as a commuter benefit system which allows companies to reimburse their employees for commuting costs like bus and train
Goodbye to Alcohol - Series 3 - Episode 10 - Mary Anne Shearer - the Natural Way - burst 01
"It was his guys talking roland hydra one year and end the sky was the and he came up to me after he said like. I'm here to help me recover from alcoholism. I don't want to rehab. I've just come to detox. My buddy what. Can i do to stop caving. Alcohol acid right. This is what you gotta do. Every morning you get up and you have as much fruit and a nice handful of narrow nuts or seeds with just eat as much food as you can stuff. Your face doesn't have to be early in the morning but it must be a first meal of the day and eat as much as it. If it's a box of mangoes and eat the box of mangoes op done that. Eaten a box magazine taya watermelon. And you might do that for three months and eventually what happens. Is you end up eating one mango in. It's really sweet sausage. I into stuff your face. Full of lucas. In every natural glucose fresh fruits nuts every time. You crave alcohol. Just reach out for some dates or some raisins or even like a hundred percent pure grape juice or you know have sparkling grape juice. It satisfies your cells needs for glucose that craving will stop welcome to goodbye to alcohol about calls from wealth without wine with you. Want to say goodbye to alcohol. Revie said goodbye. Twelve called over the on just so this is the podcast few. We've got recovery stories to in spy experts to inform you plenty of advice on how to drink and change your life. Hello hello and welcome to the good. By twelve coal podcast. My name is john goran. I'm the founder of wealth without wine. And i'm your host for this podcast. My hero wealth without wine we help people to change their relationship with alcohol over the past five years. We've helped hundreds of people to do just that and we created world without wind because we believe it's really really halt to change your drinking alone so wealthed without wine wit all about community each week we're going to feature a community voice just to give you a flavor of the also. Try his somebody from one of Subgroups hello everyone. So i have a little friday when which happened last night Myself my family celebrated thanksgiving with our american bamiyan states Remotely and it was the first time in twenty-six days at i would becoming face to face with an actual bottle of wine so i was a bit concerned and i knew that i had to have some safety precautions. Set in place for myself. So i had my phone Close by me. So i could contact group if i needed to My also got some alcohol free wine that was recommended by this group and And the support of my family so my mom and i enjoyed some lovely alcohol free wine. Which actually wasn't as bad as i thought it would be. We served at super chilled and it was actually super delicious and refreshing. We skype with a family overseas headed delicious meal and i didn't have a drop of alcohol And then at the end of the evening we weren't bid. I finished off my class of savvy. Rich in the candlelight listening to some chile music Went to bid and the biggest one of all was waking up this remembering exactly what happened last night and without a headache I'm super proud of myself. Never ever in a million years thought that this was possible. But it did it and today is day. Twenty-seven machine all a fabulous wonderful weekend wherever you are in the world if huge cut to join our woman welcoming community and get a bit of support. Just go to weld without wind dot com and click on the membership top. So let's get my guest today into being a lady who's pretty well known here in south africa. Her name is maryanne sheera now. Maryanne is a woman before had time. She wrote a book called the natural way more than twenty years ago. An only now is the way of life. She advocates going mainstream on apart from being an author. Marianne is a motivational speaker. And she runs a very successful pekan restaurant as well as running natural health programs. I'll begin by asking maryanne satele to bit about herself. I had serious health problems which included being bipolar had kids at had ear infections tonsillitis runny noses that was high blood pressure so we had these kind of. I call him normal health problems because it wasn't like the big three cancer heart disease diabetes. It was just all like niggly stuff that was affecting our relationships and was affecting the way we functioned from day to day. And i have always been interested in the human body i prob- i might have become a doctor. But i'm i'm glad i didn't because it made me look for answers and other places so i was fascinated with the human body studied physiology anatomy and chemistry in the sciences and i was fascinated with the how the human body worked. So we're not. We started having these problems and we were being treated traditional medical way with anti anti-inflammatories and antihistamines for a head allergic dermatitis. On my hands and the kids with antibiotics just didn't make any sense because nobody actually got well. all it doesn't seem to do is suppress symptoms. And then they'd come back two weeks later. I saw the athol up. Gotta find answers. This was long. Before the era of google that really dates meet And just go and do a search on google. And the closest i've got to google was on several occasions sneaking into the fits medical library in johannesburg and he are trying to find says there and looking at books in the archives and just like nobody really had answers to my questions had to find the myself now. I really believed because i could see the. You'll buddy actually repays itself if you cut your finger to paint it stop. You don't need to go and you know cost a spillover it or go to the doctor. My fingers cut itself. Please can drug. I mean unless you chopped to finger off you'd want to beg on but just a cut finger. Paper cut irritate you. It hurts but you it just eventually repays itself and and if you study the human body like a did you find out that the liver you can actually cut off your liver out. Remove it entirely donated to somebody else. Give the small lobe to somebody else in the big global grow and then you've donated your smaller that logo groesbeck like this is the most amazing thing and yet when it comes to lever cancer you told is no cure for it. You're going to die while you would because you're going to be given all these drugs and you live a second will just get sick and pick up than you will die so i was looking for ways to correct the looking for the causes and then ask trying to fix the causes. I did find that. Nutrition made a huge difference. When i changed my diet. Took after find sugar and my by pella symptoms when my crazy periods of manic unbelievable highs. We are could take on the world. And i was going to change the world and i'm actually by nature very idealistic person and my mission in life is i want to change the world. One person at a time. I want to get them healthy enough. Got the goal to reach. A million people wrote a book called the natural way it came out in nineteen. Ninety-one was a runaway bestseller according to the publishers and it sold as i say of three hundred thousand copies it's been published in the united states. The funny thing is it seems to be taking of now first published in the states in two thousand five fifteen years not getting traction. So it's like if it does take off and i happened to reach the new york times. Basically nobody can ever say was an overnight success at this pathetic years. So you're a woman before your time. Someone emission to really help people if i can get rid of my bipolar symptoms and be completely sane And and thinks straight and have a brain in and and bow bowels and bladder that works properly all the time and be living in that sweet spot of health than anybody can do it. Because i had terrible problems. Janet listening to all calls from weld without wine. Marianne take me about you just mentioned alcoholic parents. It that intrigued me wondering if that was one of the reasons why you want it to research to health unle- to healthier lifestyle was that of a trigger. I think it. I think it was. I think you know even mentioned to some one time that i want to try to get drunk when us fourteen and jank moms cara pheno one and didn't like the way i felt i felt out of control and i think that sense of not being in control of my immediate environment and i wouldn't say i'm a control freak but i needed to be common working properly and audley at the sense of order i think that comes from growing up in the chaos of alcoholic appearance at home and my mom was a party animal. She was functional alcoholics. She could party all night and go to work the next day in absolutely fine my father however party will not and he wouldn't work for six months and that was you know he'd worked for six months and then not work for six months to a year or two years so we grew up with that sort of chaotic and then my parents got divorced because my mother said she had four kids anita fifth one. My father married. Somebody was crazy as he was. You know do things like pour petrol over my stepmother and threatened sitter a lot this crazy stuff that chaos does makes you want to live an ordinary that the thing. That really got to me when i was a kid. My mom had this medical encyclopedia. And i would pour over at the age of four hundred. All these gory. Pictures of people as innocent large thyroid landed was like the size of pumpkin and the knicks and these open ruins and at sit there and cringes kind of not. Wanna look at them. But it's fasten. The human body fascinated me from a very early age. My mom was kind of forward thinking as much as she was a party animal. She told us we couldn't chew gum or drink. Physical because our brains would fry and and we went lottery comic books either. So i had the sense of trying to do the right thing I think it also grows up with you know you grow up with a parent. That's a bit narcissistic. i think. Alcoholism in a sense is a narcissistic habit. Because you just carrying about a million myself. And i'm trying to numb my pain. You know not thinking about the responsibilities of life you know growing up with it. I had the saints. That i wanted to please my mom and do the right thing so i was considered the goody. Two shoes in the family just always trying to do the right thing in an nfl had to take it back to pregnancy was a need to just have off in my life Feel like yeah. Things went as chaotic. As they've seen. We moved a lot as kids. You know doing a geographic alcoholic. Parents do that things. Don't work you just move somewhere else. Yeah i've i've come across two different reactions when people have Parents they are do what she did. And react against the kale. Some won't control an order in their life all they they tend to say well. You know sin family. I'm bound to be that as well and then kinda give up unsolved drinking as well so Is that been your experience as well. Do you think people tend to go. A different one of two was party. Animal ended in two brothers. That partied hard. I mean they crashed a few calls when they were aided. And that god they've grown up and grown out of it and They've so but very working my two brothers especially very sober and very hard working And and i just think. I think what you you learn the learned behavior sydney. I look at myself is it. I may not have been addicted to alcohol. But as very addicted to sugar so ahead addictive side to me that anita to the sugar made me feel good in that space. So i suppose in a sense. I was doing much what people do with alcohol when us feeling unhappy or was feeling sad or on feeling like a done something. Well i would reward myself or console myself with suga whether it was fragile candy or cake. So is scream. It didn't really matter how much as i said. Even propane sugar staying out of the sugar bowl. As i got older. I became health conscious. South for made fudgy using brown sugar. That was really good. But you're that that that needs that sense of of you don't you you know parents at properly as if you growing up in an alcoholic home so you learn. The navy is that that it's a k. To satisfy yourself for full let need with a something in a with some people it could be gambling. All pornography will with made was shook end and food as a compulsive overeater. And the only reason we're glad clinically obese of always been physically active and and if i was not eating properly and exercising. I wouldn't ever sleep. I would. And i think that looking at having dealt with so many people in our family and with people have met of the years that alcohol sometimes puts people to sleep just eventually knocks you out so eventually do sleep when you're very active brain not taught how to look off draw brain. How what does alcohol do to bring. What is caffeine due to the brain so one minute drinking coffee over here and then that's like over stimulating central noticing. Make all your nerve cells five. Ab rapidly and then you'd having alcohol too. Because that's a natural depressant than you take the to calm you down and put you to sleep and then you wake up the next morning and you hung oversee start with the coffee again in the brain goes into overdrive. Then you would lots of sugar into the coffee. So you just getting on this treadmill and i think i think if we were taught the staff about how everybody body reacted to sit and things from when we were kids. Part of the reason assorted school is that we would understand how our body worked and figure stuff out pretty soon and make good choices. But that's me probably being idealistic as well if you were talking to someone. That was drinking super too much. They weren't really aware of what it was doing to that office. That brains. what what would you tell them. How would you summarize the home that it does to us. Gee i'm the first thing we know. Is it really damages the central nervous system in the brain. And we've now these quite a lot of research showing that parkinson's disease which michael j. fox got a really young age and he has a. He was a big drinker. Huge drinker everything. I've read on him. The alcohol played a big role in. He's laughing was younger. That can damage your central nervous system. and it doesn't do it alone. Units alcohol and sugar and bed diets and bed living but alcohol plays a huge role in that. It really affects a whole lot of things affect your central nervous system in your brain so you don't handle stress well and lacewell you handle stress. The more you're going to drink because it numbs you. Eugenic feel you can just numb yourself. you stop feeling in dozen courage assistant behavior because it becomes all about my feelings and my stress and my money to numb in. I mean we all know this. We would go without food in a hassle appearance drink and i've seen it in other families. The mother a single mumble drink because she's lonely or because she feels a failure whatever. Her reasons are and there'll be no food in the fridge. Another normal alcoholic friggin. Look on his nets moke in there in a piece of cheese. And that's about it if you lackey Most just don't have food in them. And i know as kids if they was cheese enough ridge. We would flatness in like half an hour because he's a no win. The food was going come which didn't help but encourage things like a compulsive over eating so a central nervous system and that's the one side the other side that in a fix and impacts really badly as the indicating system and that's a system that controls every single part of the buddy janice it controls your liver your lungs your kidneys digestive tract your muscle tone. You sleep your menstrual cycles. Your facility these nothing. It's not in your breathing. Your lung function your hair. Growth your nails. You'll skin it it. It affects every single part. The endocrine system produces hormones in different parts of the body in those hormones may chemical reactions take place which makes the body function properly. Have alcohol's interfering with it function because what it does is it actually pushes your blood sugar up really really high so you feel like good on alcohol woo and then your blood sugar over produces your body produces over produces insulin. 'cause you're about to go into a diabetic coma and in your body's designed to repeat itself over produces the insulin brings it all the way back down and as it starts to slide mcdonagh feeling really tired immaculate and sleep and pass out if it gets really bad And then you you. You might have something like coffee or tea or another drink to try and raise your blood sugar again so when you blood. Sugar fluctuates fitting brain and central nervous. System your endocrine system and your immune system and you can understand the not explaining this very well with the whole covid. Nineteen they send. People are drinking and having caught accidents but alcohol suppresses immune function. That's what it does. So the government instead of educating everybody in showing us adverts over and over which i think would help better than just locking everybody down and telling you you know these content touch alcohol reagan so ridiculous. You can't buy alcohol during the on the weekend so everybody's just by way more so every restaurant selling wine under the counter to the clients you know because they can't make money selling food during lockdown. It was bizarre to see the activities that going on at the end of the day understood. Exactly what it does. And how it suppresses immune function we must take these things a little bit more seriously than being wrecked on the knuckles suck educate people that teach them the stuff so i think other thing that it does and this is fascinating. Refined sugar does exactly the same thing is alcohol does just desert loose something called reactive hopper blah seamier. Which when the blood sugar shoots up to high we over produce insulin and brings it right down so down so far down your blood sugar that the part of the brain your frontal lobe that controls moral behavior planning and forethought will just shuts down completely. Okay and the part of the brain that takes over as part of the brain that controls aggression appetite and sexual function. And i think this is probably really important to help people understand these blackouts that they have so you can have a blackout but you not passed out you just living life. I mean. I know a girl that poured wax all over yourself. Hot wax in that state couldn't remember how she got burned from this x. She took all our clothes often. Did this is absurdity. Because the people that were they told her what she does. She could not believe she did something like that. I had a woman that came and spoke to me. Because i was when i speak often speak about the stuff because it played such a role in my life and how important it is to make. Sure you're getting the right kind of glucose about in a while. And she came up to me after she said. I'm embarrassed to raise my hand and tell you what i do but cannot speak to you privately. Acid short can understand when she told me the story. She said i'm going to tell you. I'm very very committed. Christian person go to church regularly. my husband's actually involved in the leadership of the church. We go to bible study on wednesday nights. We go to between one and three services and the sunday we we're involved in the charitable work and stuff but she says periodically. I wake up in another town or another suburb in strange man's bid. And i have no recollection of how i got the and i say to you consume and she said. Nah don't i said are you a sugar addict. And she said yes osama title sugar addict and it does the brain. What alcohol does we. You just black out completely. Obviously you've got to be extreme amounts of sugar to do this but alcohol does the same thing you drink. Extreme amounts you'd binge drink and the knicks thing you wake up and you in somebody else's bid and like how the hell did you get in the shame of all of this is worse than you start drinking again and this whole thing goes on so what happens is when the primitive brain takes over. You either going to get aggressive. You're going to just eat and eat and eat canoe appetites. Just nothing's gonna be enough or you. Could your sexual function could take over. And you become extremely promiscuous and that's clearly very dangerous because besides possibility of fathering all mothering a child you could end up with terrible sexual diseases. So it's it's a huge problem and people don't know this until somebody like me comes and tells him and nobody studies this. Because you take the average psychologist or psychiatrist. Dr they studying medicine and how to cheat you when you sick with medicine and surgery than looking. And what is the cause of all these problems and vivian often. It's a physiological or physical course an and utrition is something that's kind of just ignored and net. That study was done with reactive. Hoppy glycemic was done by women. Called baba read stood. She lived in the united states and operated in stable municipal area and she was in charge of the juvenile delinquent and criminal juvenile delinquent and the prisoners. The adult prisoners in the end the juvenile delinquents and she found that of them something like ninety three percent of the people that she'd work with suffered from this reactive hypoglycemia and in that state of blacked out. Where you can't remember what went on people will kill the family. They'll the children we ask you. Yeah then they will beat somebody into coma they'll be do the most. They'll they'll commit a crime. And they have no recollection of course when you committing crimes being something people like as easy to say you lost your mind and you can't remember but it's an actual condition where you had no recollection of went on. It's completely blacked out. You listening to reply to alcohol. The podcast from world without one if eat lights join our tribe. Please check out website. That wine don't cold so yeah. Apparently those many people in child but have done that have a blackout killed somebody. You cannot in jail recollection too. Many people in jail i mean. Can you imagine Horrendous but blackouts very common in all community. We talk about the loss of people have blackouts. I used to have the have them as well Boston is like all it was a walking talking blackout because I was with some friends for afternoon. And apparently i seem quite normal. You know i was walking around talking. We'd walk quite a long way together. I have no recollection. I mean we'd been drinking since frightful Drink but i. It just hit me over the edge. I lost an entire. And you know i used to have blackouts where the end of the evening was a bit fuzzy Quite remember how it may be. But this one was really serious Hated the idea thought woking talking blackout the fat my brain was so alcoholic couldn't even make memories nazi Absolutely terrifying and here's the thing that people don't understand is that you'll cells and your buddy a designed to consume glucose. Nothing works in your in your at salable. You got thirty seven trillion cells in your body. They desperately need glucose they needed to make. Atp a denison triphosphate which is what creates energy your monaco andrea desperately. Need that your every little organ nelio in the plasma critical in these tiny little things inside the cell that you can't even see with your naked eye it needs glucose your brain and central system can't work without glucose and if you're not getting enough you going to crave alcohol or sugar and barbara read stood say we knew feed children refined sugar growing up on any level. She said you're actually preparing them for alcoholism because they get into the cycle. The blood sugar going up and it's coming down and they feel that the sugar satisfies and then you you graduate from a kid to adolescence or young young person in your twenties wait sitting stuffing faced with ice cream and chocolate says locked kind of interdict so will have a drink and it does. What sugar to to you. And now you recognize that. Except that the alcohol gives you even a bit of feeling takes you higher disrupts you lower so if we understood that we need need proper glucose for body's natural glucose and and so often when i've done a talk i actually say to the audience and i remember reading this one year at a secrets convention at sun city outside johannesburg. The were probably five hundred people Woman and i said to them. Okay if you do any of you crave sugar and they've just everybody put the hand and i said when you craving sugar. What is it that you put into your mouth. What is it you put. And what is it that you actually craving an attempt to get the point across. Imagine yourself in the garden of eden and you craving something sweet. What would you eat. And there was a stately silence and this woman blonde voluptuous woman sitting in the front rows in this deep voice. Adam evan rumor osc that christian. I'm thinking this woman. It was really funny at the time. But it's just interesting because i've often christian in los angeles of austin in the republic of hot bay of austin zimbabwe of austin the uk. Austin all over the