27 Burst results for "Elisha"

"elisha" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

Taking Her Lead

03:09 min | Last week

"elisha" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

"Just feel all the gratitude of having those experiences emanating from you and There's a huge element of that of being able to recognize the gifts that we've been given so i appreciate you sharing that. I would love to hear more about your experience with mental health challenges and how that drove you and gave you passion for the work. You're now doing. Yeah absolutely so interesting if you had asked me ten years ago. Would i be campaigning. Mental around the world i. I wouldn't even know how to respond. Mental health was something that i'd never considered. I remember even someone once asked me. If i ever kind of felt really sad lonely and in my mind. I couldn't even comprehend what that felt like being really really lucky to live a lot of my life without that depth of emotional pain that often comes with mental health. Conditions was very foreign to me around my best day. I suffered a trauma that change stat very significantly and i was diagnosed with ptsd And struggled with depression for a number of years and it was the shock of the trauma and then having noted comprehension of what was going on in my head that just was terrifying shield. Well differently i can get out of bed in the morning. I couldn't do the basic things that i could do before and it was really scary. And so as i grappled with what was going on in my head and asked this question of how can i just get back to where i was down understand. It became very secular And expiring for number is it wasn't only. It wasn't until you in a few weeks in. I started to seek support. But i don't think i did get the right support that i needed and six months in that. Actually i just wasn't while and was really grateful to find an incredible psychotherapist. I was in new york at the time and it just really related to him. He really related to me. And this one. My meant as i was spiraling. Remember asking. what's wrong with me. Why can't i get i back. I don't understand just again. That sense of spiraling and trying to get back to where i was before having no idea what was going on he just stopped me and said there's nothing wrong with you. This is normal. You went through drama you. You have a natural reaction to that trauma. Everything that you're feeling and experiencing is normal this. This is what mental health looks like physical health. I again loud analogy. But he said to me. Look if you break your leg not that. It's not normal that you can't run on it. It's normal you can't run on it and so actually what.

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"elisha" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"elisha" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"To have you on so we love starting off with this question because it's a great way to get into the show. What would you say is one of the craziest things you have experienced while on the road question because it's been so many i remember okay. So it's it's funny that this just popped in my mind. And i didn't even tell you about this before but <hes>. My family and my dad was marines growing up so we used to travel around the united states all the time and several times. He drove cross country. And i remember one time. We were driving from the east coast to the west wintertime. And we're all in the minivan. Something happened where we hit some black ice on the road it was nighttime and our cars yet across the lane and did like a circle bend in the road and hit an embankment out on the side. And i remember thinking you know for me. I'm gonna adrenaline junkies. I it was fine with me. It just was what it was and nobody was hurt but that was good. My brother slept through the whole thing. <laughter>. and we it was interesting how we have. There's so many nice driver that drove island. Oh you okay. We'll call totara for yo. You call twitter. And then finally some guy came by the actually had a witch on his truck and pulled us out and it just. It's it's situations like that shows you know often is humanity but bad also shows you gotta be on your ps accuser and driving the middle of the night in the snow but it was that was one of the craziest but it was definitely interesting. Experienced having one driving at night in the snow is a thing of itself and then hitting black ice in the dark. I feel like that's more scarier and you don't know what you're in less control. I feel like because you can't see where you're going exactly and then you just the good thing. The snow is soft but then damage the car anything but it was. It was really interesting. I had another situation. I was driving. It was me driving and we were driving down the one freeway out here in los angeles and it was raining and i'm just driving fifty miles an hour. Not the speed limit. Sixty five seventy and our car just starts to spend like literally i know are some driving straight as rain. It's daytime and then the car slowly like slow motion starts to fit. I'm just like oh my god. What happened right. Yeah it literally just just starts to do a circle in the. I'm i'm so motion spinning around all the other cars. I could see the driver staring like what is about to happen right now. And then when we finally get all the way around to the three sixty where we're facing forward again you just start going straight talk like this is the weirdest thing and i. I literally had to pull off the freeway just to get my mind straight as the what just happened so weird your car just like all right time to have some fun like exactly one slow spin and then so wearied. Story i gotta. I've never heard that happened before. We car just like all right time to spend right. Yeah and i didn't turn the wheel. Anything just drive straight down the freeway with my hands. Will it was crazy. Man what would you say is your least favorite weather to drive in <hes>. Leaf favorite to drive in. I would have to be happy. The first rain right. So i've driven a snow <hes>. Driving up through the mountains with snow chains the four by four of driven and rain <hes>. Driven my motorcycle and rain. I think the the scariest is when it first ranked. Because that's when it's like. The new rain mixes with the oil on the on the freeway and the street and it makes me than normal five. Say that would have to be it. That's the scariest. That and i feel like i i think you said you've been to maryland before so here people as soon as it starts sprinkling just can't drive and they just slow down so much that you're like okay. Come on it's just a couple drops exactly and you and the funny thing happens everywhere but they say that out here like california's don't know how to drive in the rain. Right where the draft super fast and we drive super slow but the thing that happens everywhere right like you said in mara's like we don't know what do drive super slow. It's it's crazy speaking of your motorcycle. I know you mentioned her earlier. An interesting experience you had when you're writing it. Let's see i've had a few. I don't even remember what we talked about before. But i said to you guys oh man. So there's this <hes>. Like if you know anything motorcycle my people that are listening right motorcycles. Bet they'll know what i'm talking about. But you can control the the front and the rear brakes right separate and i remember driving down the freeway and this car like it's kinda rush hours not going too fast. But i'm able to go in between the language problem and this car changing lanes in front of me. The thing about when you hit your brakes is if you hit the rear brakes then life. Think about bicycle a lock up your bicycle skid right but the thing the motorcycle it's like eight hundred pounds what's gonna scare but it's gonna keep going the thing about if you hit the fred breaks then the fourth of just the front brakes locking. Actually 'cause the the entire motorcycle to flip forward up onto the front wheels or the the motorcycle is themselves will will flip over the handlebars so i try to hit both breaks but i ended up hitting more of the front brakes in the rear. And so i go up on just my front tire. And i'm just kind of a little bit getting forward. I didn't hit hard enough to lock it and fly forward by hit enough that my motorcycles now up standing on one wheel and then i'm able to it just you know i'm releasing the break a little bit and then it comes back down on the back with a hit the car and that was probably one of the scariest because all the free win so many cars around but yeah it's you have to be very

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interview With Elisha Hall

Drive with Us Podcast

05:58 min | 2 months ago

interview With Elisha Hall

"To have you on so we love starting off with this question because it's a great way to get into the show. What would you say is one of the craziest things you have experienced while on the road question because it's been so many i remember okay. So it's it's funny that this just popped in my mind. And i didn't even tell you about this before but My family and my dad was marines growing up so we used to travel around the united states all the time and several times. He drove cross country. And i remember one time. We were driving from the east coast to the west wintertime. And we're all in the minivan. Something happened where we hit some black ice on the road it was nighttime and our cars yet across the lane and did like a circle bend in the road and hit an embankment out on the side. And i remember thinking you know for me. I'm gonna adrenaline junkies. I it was fine with me. It just was what it was and nobody was hurt but that was good. My brother slept through the whole thing. and we it was interesting how we have. There's so many nice driver that drove island. Oh you okay. We'll call totara for yo. You call twitter. And then finally some guy came by the actually had a witch on his truck and pulled us out and it just. It's it's situations like that shows you know often is humanity but bad also shows you gotta be on your ps accuser and driving the middle of the night in the snow but it was that was one of the craziest but it was definitely interesting. Experienced having one driving at night in the snow is a thing of itself and then hitting black ice in the dark. I feel like that's more scarier and you don't know what you're in less control. I feel like because you can't see where you're going exactly and then you just the good thing. The snow is soft but then damage the car anything but it was. It was really interesting. I had another situation. I was driving. It was me driving and we were driving down the one freeway out here in los angeles and it was raining and i'm just driving fifty miles an hour. Not the speed limit. Sixty five seventy and our car just starts to spend like literally i know are some driving straight as rain. It's daytime and then the car slowly like slow motion starts to fit. I'm just like oh my god. What happened right. Yeah it literally just just starts to do a circle in the. I'm i'm so motion spinning around all the other cars. I could see the driver staring like what is about to happen right now. And then when we finally get all the way around to the three sixty where we're facing forward again you just start going straight talk like this is the weirdest thing and i. I literally had to pull off the freeway just to get my mind straight as the what just happened so weird your car just like all right time to have some fun like exactly one slow spin and then so wearied. Story i gotta. I've never heard that happened before. We car just like all right time to spend right. Yeah and i didn't turn the wheel. Anything just drive straight down the freeway with my hands. Will it was crazy. Man what would you say is your least favorite weather to drive in Leaf favorite to drive in. I would have to be happy. The first rain right. So i've driven a snow Driving up through the mountains with snow chains the four by four of driven and rain Driven my motorcycle and rain. I think the the scariest is when it first ranked. Because that's when it's like. The new rain mixes with the oil on the on the freeway and the street and it makes me than normal five. Say that would have to be it. That's the scariest. That and i feel like i i think you said you've been to maryland before so here people as soon as it starts sprinkling just can't drive and they just slow down so much that you're like okay. Come on it's just a couple drops exactly and you and the funny thing happens everywhere but they say that out here like california's don't know how to drive in the rain. Right where the draft super fast and we drive super slow but the thing that happens everywhere right like you said in mara's like we don't know what do drive super slow. It's it's crazy speaking of your motorcycle. I know you mentioned her earlier. An interesting experience you had when you're writing it. Let's see i've had a few. I don't even remember what we talked about before. But i said to you guys oh man. So there's this Like if you know anything motorcycle my people that are listening right motorcycles. Bet they'll know what i'm talking about. But you can control the the front and the rear brakes right separate and i remember driving down the freeway and this car like it's kinda rush hours not going too fast. But i'm able to go in between the language problem and this car changing lanes in front of me. The thing about when you hit your brakes is if you hit the rear brakes then life. Think about bicycle a lock up your bicycle skid right but the thing the motorcycle it's like eight hundred pounds what's gonna scare but it's gonna keep going the thing about if you hit the fred breaks then the fourth of just the front brakes locking. Actually 'cause the the entire motorcycle to flip forward up onto the front wheels or the the motorcycle is themselves will will flip over the handlebars so i try to hit both breaks but i ended up hitting more of the front brakes in the rear. And so i go up on just my front tire. And i'm just kind of a little bit getting forward. I didn't hit hard enough to lock it and fly forward by hit enough that my motorcycles now up standing on one wheel and then i'm able to it just you know i'm releasing the break a little bit and then it comes back down on the back with a hit the car and that was probably one of the scariest because all the free win so many cars around but yeah it's you have to be very

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"elisha" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"elisha" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"A father business owner divergent lover of life steadier of human behavior and a flint. This is that we are flannel Valente as purpose is to liberate people from mental financial social and societal bond. All teaching people to love each other elevate their habits and how to obtain their passions and today he shared with us. How driving can help do that. One but also his crazy driving stories of racing ontario in san diego and losing his phone on the freeway. Welcome elisha has to drive us. We're so excited to have you on so we love starting off with this question because it's a great way to get into the show..

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"elisha" Discussed on AWS Podcast

AWS Podcast

10:25 min | 10 months ago

"elisha" Discussed on AWS Podcast

"Lauren. Welcome back the PODCAST. Sahil issue with you great to have you back and again the apologies for the kitchen level of audio. But I'm literally my kitchen so that could get now. I'm joined all the way from beautiful Seattle by a very very special guests. Not to all of you. I'm sure Mr Jeff by Jeff. Welcome back to the podcast Simon and really happy to be back and your sounds just fine for beer as as does yours and we. We're doing best efforts covered nineteen best efforts and Jeff and I thought would get together and have a bit of a check because we recognize that a lot of folks are working in context. I from home pretty much people. Around the world at some level of restriction. That is really different to probably what we used to. A lot of US got the office most days or every day. But that's no longer than I'm more for the immediate future and we thought we'd talk about it from a few different dimensions because Jif Actually works from home a lot In his role as well as traveling the world and Gandhi office sort of luck knows all the different modalities and we want to talk about some of the concerns the concepts. The things that are that are going on and Jeff maybe I thought we'd start with Kana. The the mental model from working from home. 'cause it's it's different and you've been doing it for a long time so maybe share with us. What what you find works and the WII U on address that world. Okay so I think we should acknowledge that. Even having the ability to work from home is a real privilege that we can get with certain kinds of jobs and employers. That are generous that I trust and I always appreciate that and I think that we have to. I think of respecting that and making sure that we don't abuse that trusts that we actually continued to do our jobs to the best we can and for me. I one of the reasons I work from home heads. I loved office. I love to hang out with my colleagues. I love my walk. Fortunate Office but I can actually be really super focused at home. And that's something that I've I've learned to appreciate over the years as what I'm doing something like a blog post where there's a lot of details in my head. I can do a better job of keeping all those things organized and sorted out nicely when I'm in an environment that I more fully control now without working from situation do you find yourself Well there's there's all time at work expands to fill the time available and typically working from home. You have a little more time available because you're you're not having that set of water cooler talk not guy from the office. You not doing any of that. That mechanical stuff defined work more or did you find it. You just work better. I would say that I'm probably working better. And I think that as an important part of doing this. You really have to make sure that you have a routine you know everybody thinks that at some idyllic situation where you get up anytime you want and you do a lot of random stuff at some point. The guilt kicks in and you think now. I really actually better job. Maybe that's okay for some people but I find it. It's really for me. I have to get up at a certain time. I have to do my make my coffee shave addressed all the usual personal hygiene kinds of things actually have a reasonably not exact but reasonable starting time maybe between six thirty and seven in the morning tax breaks through the day and a certain point. You actually need to declare. I'm really finished for the day. And maybe you even have to be very physical about it at a certain point. Maybe you you close your laptop or you turn the switch off on your the light switch off in your office or walk out or you change your shirt whatever you do but you need to signal to yourself. Says I'm done for the day. There's always another message. There's always another thing you could do but you need to decide how much is going to make my day and then at that point. Say I'm I'm done. I need to take care of the rest of my life for those those routines in rituals become really important and They do share most of the world at the moment so I have studied my house. It's one of my dreams of renovate Nevis study room. But I used to work from home in the regular Tom's before times once a week and I'll just use my laptop on my couch and it was pretty and it was like high but it's not sustainable for long periods of work and it's not doing my back any five is so. I set myself up on my kitchen table which is of course a shade kitchen table. And you're right. That machine is all the time and I'm walking pasta all the time and I had to recognize the by five pm on a to close the lead of the Laptop. Put into sleep mode because it started tempting. Just just check my emails up. Justin thing just action. That Autumn had put off till tomorrow and it just consumes you now the thing to consider. There's of course personal circumstance. Everyone has different personal circumstance. I've family I've two kids. They home from school as well so sharing the spice and so there has to be that respect of being present fee family being involved in and building retains that compatible with others in the family which was different. If I think why back to my twenties when I was a single a single lead working in our could work. Any hours wanted an often. I would come home from work. Makes and then not jump on email for a couple of while. I'm watching a TV show. You know that's not cool if you're trying to interact socially with others exactly now on the flip side of that. The fact that you are in your house doesn't mean that throughout the day you have the opportunity to actually take some breaks and to take care of some personal business and you can. You can check it on your family. You can get some fresh air. I I just walked dog just twenty minutes ago. I ran the vacuum cleaned up some dust in the downstairs and my my wife's out were checked in with her as well. But you you do get this opportunity to really be more aware of the the routines of your family. Which sometimes if we're working from home you don't always quite appreciate all the things that go go on in your house throughout the day. I think you've touched on a few things I mean. I think the the exercise pace is critical. Because even though I were a different entries Talwar because we sit in front of a keyboard and a computer old. When we're in the office. Why should an interesting amount of walking to some degree whereas at home you can literally see and not move the whole day so you got to be really cautious about moving. You gotta like even even between mating sack and get up and do some sort of movement to just get the blood flowing. He got totally agree. And when you said you're working from your kitchen table my first thought is that I am way too often working at a point that averages out between my Home Office and my refrigerator because that's the way to walk down. Good snazzy got the my hassle actually so so definitely as you can make all these things together and so you know we i. I know that we always talk about this idea of working from home but the reality is and I just heard this phrase on a podcast. Last week it's called home from work where we're at the job but would you have personal responsibilities that we ended up taking care from the job. If we are now essentially working from home we can take those home duties and to me a nice interleaved fashion where maybe. I'm working for a couple of hours under sixteen minutes to take care of some personal stuff and then back on the job and keep on going and it all fit together nicely. I like that analogy to leave. Because I'm a big fan of that. I don't know why but this is sort of beautiful. Census had his way. If you can put the washing on and get the dishwasher going and then do some Kohl's and an empty. The dishwasher had the washing hung up. It feels good but did some stuff in between mentioned does does. This is actually one of my funny things that I will do when I'm getting ready for reinvent where the assumption is that. I'm so busy that I can do nothing but to reinvent the reality is I do not shirk any of my household chores and if I go downstairs in the morning and the dishwasher is clean and fresh. I no matter how busy I am. It's my job to take care of it an empty and I'm never going to let somebody else take care of that. Just because I'm I'm too big or important to do like that. It's important to to stay granted. Let's let's take a moment talk about the physical involvement and everyone. Everyone's got a different situation Mention before you know. I wasn't set up to work from home at all except just jam. Poppy Laptop on your lap. Literally top away and so some of the first things I had to do is to sort of get my external screen and a keyboard and a mouse and I got one of these are little adapt as you can put on any regular disc but it's a stand up desk so at least I can stand up and move around so you want to think about some basic economics. I think of ETA simple thing like getting a different length Powell extension cable. That could run in a different direction. Didn't mean the whole family is going to be tripping over every time they walk through so you you can be pretty rudimentary about where you have to worry about. But what are some of the things you think about in maintaining an efficient works by Suharto? Well I tried to have a somewhat clean. Desk gets it right now. I believe in clean desk. I don't actually have one. I'd like to just have my my computer and my to do list and whatever drinking my water and my coffee and my my pen. I try to get a do that but see also view. I I like to make sure that I. I've got good hardware. I've got a nice Thirty something inch curved screen right now. Good mouse keyboard one thing. That's I think related to this is if possible. You do need to be set up a little bit away from the rest of your family but I always worry because I do think of working from home as a privilege under most stances. I'm very very conscious of operational security. I fully trust my family members but sometimes somebody just steps in your office and takes a nice working on picture and before they do that. You know what you better make sure there's nothing incriminating or brighter on your desk random visitors. I know that sometimes it Damas. We're asked if we would like to be Beta testers for devices lots not just little operational security things that you mentioned full trust and everybody you know but you don't leave any possible opportunity to have someone say oh you you accidentally leaked something and therefore you. We don't actually believe that you get to work from home anymore. There's a degree of trust and a degree of Of operational discipline. If.

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Tim Neutkens - Continuing to Innovate with Next.js 9.3

Full Stack Radio

08:49 min | 10 months ago

Tim Neutkens - Continuing to Innovate with Next.js 9.3

"The reason I wanted to have you on. The show is next chess. Nine point three came out recently which Just looking at the version number sounds like it might just be a small incremental change but in practice actually introduces some really kind of paradigm changing features. But the way people use next at least in the way that I understand it so Maybe I think the best place to start would be talking a little bit about the major sort of new editions that came in In nine point three and what they do and then we can just Kinda have some discussions around that. Because there's a lot of questions that I have about that stuff So how do you explain to people? What kind of the major Improvements are in next nine point. Three right so Basically this whole shift started with the release of next nine Ravi released basically Like Firdaus who don't know it next is a framework for react That makes it really easy. To build a web applications Psychos from websites so et CETERA. But from the very first release like the main thing that we focused on was making it really easy to use react but also to use server side rendering unabomb trend ring like every request comes in a a new render the react APP happened server. Sides said that allows you to like optimize for a search engine optimization To like got a foster pain to vie basically like sending the full html on the amount but Starting from next nine we Bisley started focusing on also providing you dislike not rendering only but rendering a dull time so static generation basically Like the first feature that we released to the chief dot is that patients that didn't have blocking data requirements. That you've got initial props. At the time Route to be exported statically medically at built time. The reason for that is if you didn't have a blocking data requirements. The facials already studied goes rerun ring the same thing every time on demand That would obviously like sources Be Slower Etcetera So basically that wasn't optimization so he called it the automatic static optimization And that means that if you don't have block and data requirements it's that yes. So maybe they like to get into that a little bit so people are clear on it at least the way I understand. It is like prior to that feature Basically you are paying like a penalty on any really simple pages Because everything was trying to be rendered the same way so everything was sort of working with this like lowest common denominator. Assuming like Oh we're going to need to be able to make. Api calls to fill in holes on the page before we render it and stuff like that so when we want to render are static marketing page or something. Now that has to go through. This node process on demand. That's going to boot up. React and figure out what the final rendering should be sending back so that where whereas reality. That wasn't necessary because it's never changes between deploys. So why not figure out how to just like cash that on a cdn basically somewhere and have that page delivered instantly? Essentially the people not what you can do as of next nine basically automatically it just detects whether or not you even need kind of run time server side code or not. Yes so basically the Like the example if you took a create very simple yet component that is like your page with like just exporting. Hello will like. Hey Sean will. That's it right Then that would have been rendered on the month for every request that comes in which makes like little sentence of course because It can be Expert Bill Time Using the same rendering as usual just generating steady. Html that can be served from like either a CD or from your Like edge network or something like that And that was like the first like initial step and in Next ONE TREE. Bisley like took that a step further by allowing you to do blocking data requirements so when I say booking day requirements I mean like fetching some posts from like your cms or fetching data from your database or something like that the lobbying you to make those static also so to do that. We introduced get stomach. Drops and get service at props ambitiously. The the way that works is it. Generates it statically adult Means Static Bill type and then get service site. Prompts means you've got the only manned when a request comes in it's rendered so that's mostly what we did before basically But we still like. We went a bit fitter and we made some adjustments in how semantics works says not exactly like get initial props which we had before a main difference is that for example. I should to do like actually call note. Functions like s or like extra set shows or something like that or even direct database We see people experimenting with that. Right now. Like doing a database query inside of gut service props inside of trump's Which is pretty cool. 'cause actually allows you to like get rid of overhead from fetching. Api calls for example like focusing on crops. I basically the way that it wreck says once you export function from page it will generate that page as steady interesting adult time and then If you have dynamic pot segments like Pages block slug for example right like dynamic date. I basically You can actually return. You can export another function that is called pods that Elisha to basically give back the pods left to be rendered adult time and yeah. That's the way directs like in a nutshell But there's a bunch of other optimizations that we did around. That's cool so I think maybe a good place to start would be kind of digging into some of these in. I can ask some questions about them. If that's cool and make sure that Everyone understands exactly kind of a cool benefits that you get from some of the stuff. So the way I understand it gets get static. Props anyways is trying to solve this problem that existed prior to next nine point three not really a problem per se but trying to help optimize for this situation where so next nine introduces disability for things to be automatic automatically statically generated if they don't have any data requirements so like a marketing page. No data requirements can be statically generated. When you try to deploy up thrown on the cdn somewhere goes works instantly but then like sometimes you have these like inbetween pages. I guess that or not like an internal application page to have real time data that needs to be we kind of refashioned every time you refresh the page or whatever but they do have things that change every sort of like Deploy it's possibly so like a good example of what people do a lot of the times with like headless. Cms's now and they want to build like a static output where all the articles are pre generated. But they're still coming from an API or a database at the end of the day it prior to next nine point three. You had to just use the get initial props to get that and that would be calculated every single time but get static. Props is giving you the opportunity to say. Well if you do have data requirements will let you get them once at Bildt's time but then from that point forward we're going to serve as a static pre generated page until you sort of intentionally want to refashion rebuild because like you know that the underlying. Data's changed show really. I guess it's optimizing for for for dynamic data that just changes very infrequently I

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The Origins of the Ouija Board

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:12 min | 11 months ago

The Origins of the Ouija Board

"I've been investigating the paranormal world and metaphysical world for the past couple of weeks yesterday. I reviewed rain. Clervoy end and me a psychic and owner of Psychic Boutique here in Ashland Oregon and I asked him a question about a Ouija board. Got a really interesting answer so I thought it would only be appropriate to store in today's podcast about of Ouija board in the small seaside town of Dungeon a spay. The bodies of seventy five year old Eric Warden to seventy two year old life billboard were found on the beach without a mark on either body their clothes were so would sea water. An autopsy reported indicated. That water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger whose tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. At twilight. The couple's adult son Clayton Ward. Came up from California but after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and Clayton had to get back to his job as technology specialist for the Silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the Dungeness Bay. Police was when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one a patent was granted to Elisha bond for the OUIJA board but one of the first mentions of the method used with the Ouija board is found in Asia around eleven hundred eighty in historical documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of Ohio produced by Charles Kenner following the American civil war. Mediums did significant business in presumably allowing survivors to contact lost relatives. But talking board would be created named in Baltimore Maryland in eighteen ninety but the use of talking bores was so common in eighteen. Eighty six that. The News reported the phenomena as taking over the spiritualist camps in Ohio. Six months after his first visit to Dungeness Bay Clayton more return with a list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murder of his. Paris seven days later after following the various clues. Police brought in Steve Hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that Eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking it. He was unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. However when asked by the police where he got the clues Clayton Ward replied that he belong to a small group that used the Ouija board to solve crimes and when his father was contacted. His father's spirit told him. Steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged them into the waves thinking they would be washed to sea where they would drown but he was on a word that it was low tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. Further Toll Clayton that. If the police went to Steve's house they would find the bloody tire. Iron used to knock them unconscious. Clayton returned to California when the police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues. They found his address. Non-existent phone number disconnected and no record of employment at the Apple Corporation. The investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that Eric Milroy Ward owned a Ouija board and from a journalist kept learned that they were often the host of a spirit called. Zuzu Richie Board users will tell you that Zuzu is that demon spirit of the Ouija board and that sometimes she becomes protective of those of hold the door open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was the door that allowed to pass back and between this world his shot. In which world is he

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Elisha Goldstein :: A Course in Mindful Living

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

09:02 min | 1 year ago

Elisha Goldstein :: A Course in Mindful Living

"Urge. Yesterday is Alicia Goldstein. Welcome to the PODCAST. Good to see you. Oh so so great to be here. Thanks for having me and I wanted to speak with you for quite some time because you've written many books and have a couple with Different Bob Stall in your your name has been married for quite some time in the we had a very Unplanned in for to its meeting at Mindful Leader Conference that a year or so ago I was just such a nice surprise when so glad to finally be able to bring you on the podcast. Glad you're here so what I'd like to do is My audience may not know about you and so many you can spend a little bit of time and also about your background. Okay you know. I think I came to to mindfulness much. Like I'm guessing you did or a lot of people did and you know that was at a time when say I keep with this story? It keeps the the year's getting longer and longer but this was This was a little over. Twenty years ago Maybe twenty five years and a little bit something like that where I was working in San Francisco during the dotcom. Boom and and Early on and that was I was working hard and I was actually really successful or that was doing managing sales teams. I was up in San Francisco and and And I was working hard but I was also playing a whole lot harder and that was the reality. And I think I was lost and I was confused and You know in in my success at the time was kind of clouding over over all of that making it so I couldn't really see that I was actually had a problem at that time and And I went away I was. I was urged to go with my family kind of an intervention And I went away to a kind of a Jewish retreat center in southern California and called Brandeis Bardin Institute and They told me they said Hey. Go go over there. And I'm like how could I do something like that? I got all this appear. They said you know if it doesn't doesn't work out for you in a day. Just don't worry about it you can leave. I'm like okay so I go there when the first day. I'm I'm there I Within a short period of time I run into this guy who introduces himself and You know because I'm challenging. Everything there the prayers versus like that introduces himself. And he says Oh. I seem kind of a stressed out and I don't chew Do something for marriage. You try doing something for me like when I just expect something. I'm like okay. Whatever and so we hands this orange and and he says don't you just soften your body for a minute and I want you to kind of bring your senses to this orange for a second. This is crazy. What the heck is this guy? What does he asked me to do? And so and I hold the orange and he has the feel it kind of just just kind of humor. Mace as an sensing into the touch of the orange smoothness of it the Opening my eyes to the colors of it and saying that it's kind of bright and it wasn't until I started to actually peel back and I saw the zest pop out of it. Something I haven't noticed before really an orange at that at that time as kind of taken aback surprised by it and and as I was late opening it up I saw the veins of the orange and I was really kind of starting to get into it and and And then finally put this into my mouth and it just exploded in my mouth exploded and I had this big smile. My Face Kinda laughed at that time and And as I was doing that it was the best tasting orange at ever taste in my mouth. So how do you feel and I said well? I forgot feel good. I feel relaxed and he said well. What would the days weeks and months ahead be like? If you had more of this in your life and I'm like sign me up. Sounds great and and so that was my introduction. Really into the experience of mindfulness was with through this tasting an orange and it wasn't and it wasn't that that was actually my first introduction to somebody because I've been reading about it for a long time. I think there's a lot of listeners here. There's a lot of people who start off by reading and there's certainly like a lot of books out there that are really popular that don't wreck actually suggest any experience it's more conceptual and there's a lot of reading but you know that's like car our introduction to a sense of feeling more president intentional in our lives in the world and it could be also inspirational and so the interesting thing about this story is You know go on this place to To really get into it and I think I was voted most likely to be a rabbi. You know while I was there and And Go home. I go back to my I go back to my my workplace thirty days later and and I'm and I'm wearing just as a side note that a lot of people don't know is I go back and I'm wearing these things. Called seats seats seats. Seats are like this. This cloth you wherever your body that has these fringes on there and you see a Lotta Orthodox Jews where this type of stuff and that the the fringes are meant to remind you to do good deeds in the world. And I'm like that's fantastic. Why wouldn't I wear something that reminds me to do? Good deeds in the world because I was like in that place generosity and art and so I go to my corporate work environment with button-down shirt and suit with these seats. Seat hanging aside my pants and everyone thinks I'm crazy and And then you know it took me about one week to fall back into my old habits real power I later learned behind our environments and and the influence the people we hang around with have on us and the influence our environment has on us And how we're like ultimately really interdependent with the environment and the people that we're we're around so but that was a very interesting thing took me about a week however a deep seed was planted within me and And I start had a thirst to kind of learn more and I decided to go back to school. Eventually for my to leave the corporal. Go back for a doctor program and in psychology in Palo Alto and And that's where I met my wife on the very first day that I was there so I know that was the right decision and and And and it was there that I I got. I got introduced to the sky. named window resear-. Obama was an eastern teacher at the time. And and one of the things we were doing in this class was reading really Khan and a contemplative way and which meant like you read really slowly which is something was a great gift to me to learn how to read that way because a lot of us right now and this is incredible tip for everyone who's listening right now and you just see that if you see this in yourself that when there's really great books out there because there's there's a lot of great books out there and And we read them where we're reading them and then after we're done reading them we just put them back on the shelf. Read it through. Put back on the shelf. What's the next great book out there? And and the reality is to learn how to read slightly slower and take in the pages even pas re less read slower and contemplate. While you're reading is going to be so much more powerful you'll squeeze so much more juice out of the book if you do that and so that was a great gift me but one of the things that I came across as I was doing that was that for him. One of the highest there was this Experience you know that he kept coming back to call the sacred experience and you know it was. It was real high form of living and and I started resonating with that and I said wow I wanna I wanNA learn to have more sacred moments in my life because thousands of many years from now on my deathbed hopefully looking back. I'll have you know to be able to live a sacred life will will feel so good. And so Be feels a meaningful and so I decided I wanted to study how you create sacred moments and can people actually have more cultivate more of these in their lives and they realized in order to do that You needed to be present and intentional and I was a doctoral student and for doctoral students You need to create unique research and so I was like well. What's out there? That will teach us how to be present. That's actually been studied by science right now so I can like drawn it for this doctoral research paper which was later by the way that that whole study that I was that that I did there was later published in the Journal Clinical Psychology. But what I found was it was mindfulness based stress reduction. Ted You're very familiar with and so and this wonderful program sure all your listeners know about it and And is used that. And that's where I met Bob Stall and He was he was the leading teacher in. Bs are at the time outside of Umass and you know I went through his program and then became really close to him. And then we really we connected and I started getting teacher trained by and and And that was really the birth of my more formal experience. You know into mindfulness and the training of it and the practice of it in everyday life

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"elisha" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on Untangle

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

34:04 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"More okay would you tell me a story can I give you three options I'm terrified are being very honest with you this love Eleven Oscar I live go on girl what do you got for me terrified go ahead okay three options yeah one tell us story about your senior prom to didn't go go ahead okay fine then now after actually that's a lie I lied okay go ahead given the other options their options are the worst way you ever broken up with a never getting probably not it's no no no no no no that was a joke I have definitely been broken up with go ahead okay you don't want to say it you don't want to say the last well really want her great I'm going to be hurt no one is cool here's you want to hear a little bit of Yeah Yeah Yeah so I I was working a lot in Canada and I didn't go to school a lot I was like tutored and Lake Home schooled in a way but I would always like check in I dated the same guy from my first year high school all the way until my very last he dumped me okay the say I don't know that's a long time ago you'd have to ask him no you know what I truthfully I think he was he was a year older than me his he was so he went to college right and I had one more year laugh so I get it over the summer he broke up with me I got to experience my college I can't be a high school student you know whenever I was so you know what this is two of your stories in one okay yup this up with over the summer getting mighty fine kills you we should've been together he was he was my first my first love and he we had a great high school run until he broke up with me summer of Oh isn't that ninety nine I was at you I break Oh yeah cries had the cries yeah sure sure that's normal you know I said a friend of mine should always everybody I have a daughter right and she's only two and I was speaking to a friend of mine who has two daughters and I said you know I'm so excited to have a daughter but man and I'm not I'm not looking forward to that first heartbreaking he goes why I said as I know what it was it was really rough and he goes better to be loved and never at all I'd rather my daughter's come home heartbroken the not I went all right fine but anyway so he broke up with me I bet he's not gonNa feel that way when it actually happens he's going to be totally back in fifteen years he has this like positive spin on it I'm like dude it's going to be held yeah so it's my whole life it's live it's an important journey that's important dirty so I go through all of high school with this one guy great guy breaks up with me I come back Kinda like you know head down senior year prom year really yeah all of a sudden we get to the end of the year and it's going to be prom time at all these guys WANNA ask me you finally single I went four years with Gosh I had no idea such a catch all not that I knew everyone is boys we're interested in me I was like I was like by buddy I'm cool hey guys leashes single is focusing now who's so fucking now is a lot of sweet sweet offers an Alicia what's up why I'm trying to be dude it's ask What I did okay I'll tell you I'm going to go with Brad Brad yeah go ahead hey what's up Lisa Hi hey what's up so I know that like I'm super I'm super fucking sorry that like I heard about the break-up should yeah so all right that's okay it was hard this summer Bam Bam sorry about that fucking sucks sorry game last week and you really get things yeah yeah I just broke up beca so yeah now but so anyway I know that provident apple is cool but anyway I know that like junior problems okay all right well I'm just like like I'm plugging my heart's a little broken because Lindsey don't my ass I should talk to her she okay you know I asked you yet I feel like I know what you're talking I feel like I get what you're to spend out already Brad I don't have time for the social studies juice seconds God all right we'll always really like it was really liked liked you only you're just wondering if there's any way you could you'd WanNa maybe go to prom any I don't know I was like honestly I feel like I couldn't that to Cheryl God is that Shit what's her name the words me now I feel bad for her and I do not want to step on anyone's toes here's the thing what ended up with me devil and scene so what ended up happening was I say this I made it sound like one hundred guys asked me out not the case I had a couple of guys who has a while I had no idea that they were even interested and at the end it just didn't feel right because I wasn't dating any of them and I went you know what I'm going to go with a really good friends I went with this guy named Ian who I was really good friends with and it's no no no hey in wherever you are you please please call us hit me up on Instagram I mean she's married I gotta say I had such great guy friends in high school we had so much fun and girlfriends as well I remember coming home one time ed telling my mom a wish you could experience what I'm experiencing right now because it's kind of the best on my life I didn't know that I was going to have much better times but it was so much fun for me and I had such a good time the one thing I do remember though as people the guys being like man you like one of the you're you're so cool you're like one of the dudes one of the guys and I was like I always felt like wow that was such a compliment but in this like me too movement I realize I'm like what if I was cool I couldn't be roll like I couldn't be like man you're just cool I had to be one of the guys another version of that thing where I think if like you have in high school or elementary and she's a woman in your dude just because she's cool doesn't mean you know she's got to be like dude like it's just you get along and it's working and it was just another one of those titles that we give and guys get those titles to just like I remember thinking yeah I'm like one of the with like the Gothic kids I got along with the artsy students the jocks everyone but when you were with the dudes and you could hang you're like one of the dudes show that are just as valid as women's emotions and you like as a group of girls they're like hey you're one of the girls yet this is fucking bad you're like actually the cross like that would not be perceived as a complement no it'd be like what clutches pearls uh-huh oh yeah yeah I wanna hear your social media let's go let me talk to you about a little social media I know you know what we were when we were talking earlier about how I love the album's actually really satisfied than the sound headphones right now is really good I think that's why Brad Pitt's always eating in every scene because it's like there's something about someone yeah it's good I like it I get I get the choice now before I was like Oh he's just hungry a lot but now there's something very sexual there's something sexual about it thank you knows maybe disgusted fantastic but you know we were talking about like auditioned back in the day doing this and doing that don't you find publicity has changed in that one first of all social media which is a whole of their conversation but this is leading to it that now social media has made publicity so much harder for actors because we have to be creatively doing all our own publicity in a way and what used to be like a photo shoot ever get this where you get an email going you got any are you can send over like patch? Where's the photo showed I'm not a photographer a costume designer in you know I'm not what Giordani art yet just take a nice like selfie and send it over you could be like in the top hot one hundred of you know I'm like no I don't or you do an interview you do an interview and they send you an email of in questions you gotTa type your answers and I'm going my grammar is horrific I can't send my answers to whatever like we are allowed to for lack of a better word wrap about how it used to be a now changing of the guard happened and how even in the twenty years yeah there's been such a shift because of social media that we can the power that we can take into our own hands but what if you're not great at it you know that's my thing I'm like I would rather I had TV guide be like hey we'd like to talk to you about the ranch or whatever it was maybe it was happening I don't know and they're send over an email ten questions can you write them out and then we'll we'll I'm like I've got to be now the journalists I was like what that freaked me out we used to do like real phone interviews and we used to do like I need a journalist in a coffee shop do you remember that like going to like yeah she bows would do you would like go have dialogue and now it's because social media journalists are like I have to do this like you're doing it yourself you know yeah that's what I do miss I do is that sort of old school but that's just me being like wow it used to be so different I guess we can navigate how much we wanna be in how much we want to be out you're so right though Oh my God it's changed so much I'm not saying it's good about I just miss some of that I wish you were still over at Warner brothers I now we could have lunch at starbucks hey dear sweet listeners I want to thank stitch fix for supporting unqualified and.

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"With our collars and these are the questions that they sent it are we doing keeler I Polo Hayes Kayla there hey Kayla it's on an I'm here with Lisa Casper high hurry I'm so excited Oh my gosh I'm reading over your email and I'm like this is heavy tell us tell us what you're what your thoughts are here so I had late happily married I guess I've been married for two years and I've been with my husband for sixty ears but sometimes they'll be like oh we're really great we're having a great time and I'm like you sound greater being divorced right it's Kinda weird I'm like oh man sounds really dark maybe you should get out of bed space but I'm also kind of nervous because I'm like if I feel that way should I am I like a terrible person and now the more going on no no does your son Yes my son's four Kayla can I ask you a couple of questions what you're expressing I think is something that a lot of people go through so I know I feel like we're GONNA get a lot of feedback about this but can I ask you what do you think Kerr missing is it sort of like world adventure is it more love is it like hot sex like I I don't remember no sometimes like we're like very much the like picture perfect marriage when you think about that thought does it throw you off like when ops in your head you go God why did I just think that yes and then like I I think like oh I would love to I wanna I wanna go do stuff I don't want to travel and I WANNA go out and get a coffee and not have to worry about them Yes yes one hundred percent I don't even think you have to honestly but on you might have a different opinion about this I honestly think I wouldn't take this too heavy I wouldn't go deeper I wouldn't go down like the whole of like despair on this and be like I need to get a divorce I think you're human I think you have a four year old son and it's a lot of work and navigating right and guys as much as guys can be hands on you as a mom nothing can replace that sort of thing were you gotta be constantly aware of the little minute shell like you're dealing with all the little details and and not not to put down your husband but like that's going on in your head right so my name is like that panic and that overwhelming mountain responsibility and then that overwhelming mountain of never gonNA have anyone else in my life except this dude all the gravity of that totally normal thank God right it's all good if you feel like worker the first thing you know what's crazy you got on the call and you're like I feel like I have the perfect picture perfect marriage you know what on ask you what do you think it is and you're like honestly I think it's just a human nature thing like it's just normal are I hope so because I like it is like we're very you know very like typical you he works all day and I work all day and we have like in house and Nice things and but I like I'm just I sometimes I think it would be so much easier to just be alone and not be married and not have stuck to deal with it and I I don't I don't know like it's a lot I'm Mary parent to you know MOMS always get sucked into that primary parents roll Yup yes yeah all right let's think about like some practical ideas here so you do love your husband Oh yeah I love him very much like that's not an issue and like we we do have like fossils sex but like it's like also glorified roommates always roses and butterflies in this is just me I mean you you I don't you tell me we are you guys in a position where you could potentially take a road trip yes yes take a break for a second I wish we were we the last time we went on a date anywhere remember who's a longtime bitter are considered going to our and weddings and Mike Worley watching dateline and like can't even get through the full episode without Falling Asleep Yeah we watch tell the other night and that would that would glorious to me I would say try to find some of the beauty in that too because I think a lot of married couples are doing this this is what they're doing and this is like kind of beautiful too right it's you got a lot of responsible pretty girl and then having a son and being the primary person dealing with that other person you know that you're giving eighty percent of your day to another human being and not really getting a whole lot back but you are in the long run you're doing a good job it's good and it's I think it's normal public good Kayla I do want to ask you though can you guys take a road trip like in the next I don't know four or five weeks I don't know if he take time off of work a good that's a really good suggestion I don't know I would I would love it but my my husband's like one of those like old school guys where he thinks washing the car is a big grand gesture of Romance Oh like I wouldn't I sometimes don't even know how to start with him then like the things that I like to do and things that I would play in I would love to go to do that but then like I'm so worried he's GonNa he's going to be like or why are we doing this or we could have used the money for something else there you know what I mean I do I do okay did you guys take off time and I could fund it what Dhabi's so crazy I mean I would I don't even know what we would probably pass out I know our love to I would love to like you guys a trip some place but I just need to know if your husband will be down with it could they do a weekend or yeah I was thinking about never taken a vacation longer than a weekend where where he's a weekend warrior like we can do two or three days and then he's like okay I'm done with this then a weekend sounds reasonable that's exactly what the the the break you need a moment away from your son and just be wife again you know for one second but Kayla would you think that your head as men would be into this idea like a few guys went down to Florida Blake or New Orleans or like wherever I don't know if you have family that can curve your son or if you want to take him with you or you know I never know what's going on its head because he's very much the quiet guy a strong quite type I guess so I don't like needs a break to I doubt it sounds like he needs a hot second okay Kayla here's what we're going to do we are going to fund of vacation for you guys I'm Chris I'm GonNa cry but make sure here's the only thing I just want I just I want you to make sure that your husband is down with it you know I think he would be very down with it if you if you're family is around the they take care of your son Yes just the two of you could work that out yes and use that time to reconnect okay Kayla all right we're going to be in touch but here's the only thing though you promised to send us a couple of picks we won't have to host them but title of things look at you Kayla this is crazy this is so awesome can I do think that you guys just needs commit yeah and it's not like me like now hurrying to sabotage my like your your time word man this is a lot this is like this is the responsibilities that we discover when we we become you know spouses and then become ultimately the parents and it's heavy and these thoughts come into your head and they're totally normal doesn't mean they have to be factual just human nature course would be if you didn't have to deal with a husband who's a workaholic and a son who needs your undivided attention so of course you're feeling that intense pressure and it's totally normal but this is going to be a.

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

27:36 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"In your neighborhood state farm talk to an agent today just like be like if you could just listen really listen doc you like what did it change your life everything it was like earth shaking yeah yeah yeah yeah you know what it'd be good for St Conversation Fascinating but I don tired after that Yeah isn't like make a joke we'll and there's like truth is like all he invented axe body sprint I like it entrepreneur yeah amendment now okay good great he's a UFC fighter who've that's that's a tough one dealbreaker I'd like to know what his personality is like Oh super cool he's off Oh no no not dealbreaker yeah as long as he doesn't take that home and he can leave it in the ring in the cage in the cage indicate okay okay leave it in the cage if he can keep it in the cage yeah it's not a deal breaker okay all right all right okay he buys you a one month anniversary gift a one month thousand like I'm a big gift giver it's like my I like to do that I'm not like oh I want all these gifts but that is something like if I find something or see something that I you know reminds me of someone I'll like to do that but let's hear what it is it's Dove Deodorant Blake as telling you it's like this bring fresh scent it's you news endorsed that is the sweetest thing I've ever heard he keeper or it's a razor that's scary no one tells me when to shave off just like baby powder for no reason random what might be a deal breaker for you I know I am really putting you on the spot no number one can't run a barbecue if a barbecue you're out okay I know that sounds really aggressive says I claiming their man again can handle a barbecue because I cannot so I need you to bring that to the table and you all right I feel like I deserve that yet overtired in my life I want you know I need they can do a good steak or a good you know don't dry out the chicken kinda thing and then I think that's really important for is to have a good relationship with their MOMS that's Nice I listen every story is different I would be like what's family like and if oh my mother's a shit head right I'd be like oof I felt like you're about second choice of words I guess I should music I listen I jame thank I'm just you know you just more hardcore than me well yeah okay wait what is a song from nineteen I'm going to go with nineteen ninety nine that you remember no because guess what my you know what I ends may my memory my memory okay good nineteen ninety nine I mean was return of the mack one was that earlier later I can't get my bearings I know I know I hate those kinds of questions I'm sorry no I'll give you all the kind of songs I love but I'm like I can't pinpoint the time period was it like instinct bye bye bye was that nineteen ninety nine was that two thousand one yeah I think it was a little later wait Okay Alicia Yeah we'll we'll get off this guy says I was thinking one of two things yeah do you feel like doing Improv uh-huh okay in doing it probably yeah look at characters I'm now I have full backs what you just said Improv my back to be you're saying you get to be yourself oh I hear myself yeah we're on a road carpet oh and now am I being like me in a nice version of me and my being like an exaggerated version of myself or my beating early me you just want me uncomfortable and how I'm GonNa handle myself yet I got you get brand okay okay what am I like winning I'm like at the premiere of the ranch okay this is it is the final season let's pretend does she buys I cannot believe it I am here with a Leeza Cuthbert High Asian Days so great to see you again yes right I'm Beige Mechanic Smith High Oh my God it's so see you tonight you look so you good thank you we don't talk about okay how excited are you to be here tonight I'm over the moon it's in a really long journey tell me about your husband he plays hockey ice yes well sweetie did you guys skate together absolute in the winter so graze the skater on the action here full well so and then you also have a baby ooh that's amazing thing in my Oh isn't that include Jalan the easiest thing now Oh yes don don't we yeah we easy okay so wait tell me I'm now what will you miss the most about not being part of the reason Chinni more Oh what will I miss the most I think just the camaraderie of all the cast mates am I got I got artem is is that we got to meet him I'm sure he's coming over he knows yes all that yeah the people and how they all we all go we did a lot of like you know drinking and having a good time I'm GonNa miss them and Mr Families and their you my gosh Azran as our way yes he is here he comes he's stores I think Susan Different Beige actually I've played really yeah she's she's she's even worse than she's great I love her Energy Oh Oh my God okay so is there any way you could give a shout out all I need you to say I know this I all I need you say is hey everyone please check out my interview on the red carpet got it yeah got it here we go hi guys it's Alesia Cuthbert on the red carpet at the finale episode of the ranch hope you enjoy by okay but I mean to shoot by some base but I also love it I'm GonNa go now okay and where's my publicist whereas I'm awful awful I no no okay always make use of the longest thing like and you have to do is yes it I loved that you did that because I telling you is and I'm just like what's love it's me see Ya and the worst part is like we can never really we can't complain we are so lucky I know what it's just silly stuff I know you can talk about the silly and then they I feel like people are so disappointed when I don't get the lines quite praet well they can be disappointed I just think it's silly it's okay to laugh at it okay friendship sitting here going l. were just like this is this is the reality of it it's ridiculously silly okay well here's a three more questions to callers okay friendship dealbreakers oh she spends a night embargo your underwear without asking Jill Burger the I agree okay she starts a shared instagram account for you to as aunt dealbreaker really know she uses your named get reservations for herself Nar dilger Oko she gets you an anal bleaching certificate for your birthday don't think I'm going to use it but it's not Jill oh could be birthday 'cause I already sorta Guy I love that I love that an definitely not Curcio always calls you when she needs a ride from the airport not a deal because I just like bitch don't call me again for an airport pickup Okay all right that's all I'm saying I would tell leg it is yeah I really listen this is the last time caller other friend I have a kid I would two year old she borrows your car gets a ticket and you don't find out until it comes in the mail it's not a deal breaker the really now she doesn't tell you a mapping out the scenarios of me going hey jenny ticket in this shit you know what I was on the way to work I was stressed out I'd be like Oh whatever Nana jailbreaker all right no you know what a deal breaker is though because wanted the deal breaker is for the friend because there's not many but blowing me off like if I go hey let's go to dinner you could like blow me off one night but then if you promised to like seeming the next night you blow me off again and off again because I've like it takes a lot as you know as apparent and with with your own life going on who is who the fuck is blowing you off I recently had someone in my life blow me off like three times what I went I'm done I can't do this anymore because it really just the ripple effect that is so jarring for me in a way that I'm like clearly my friendship is not really worth your time and you're just blowing smoke up my ass at this point do you know what I'm saying like you're on the phone with me going oh I'd love to that with you as ing sorry I can't make it two hours before but let's do dinner okay when Friday all right oh I'm sorry I can't tonight I got busy girl how many times there is a weirdly specific heartbreak with female friendships and I was like I thought we were mental space every time you blew me off you're breaking me are yes especially like you small kid it's like you want I making a really big big effort to have you in my life because I really count my close ones on one hand no Joe I'm not sitting here in Hollywood and friends with everybody let that go let that ship sail completely otherwise you're just heartbroken that's why I don't have any friends wouldn't did you three times grow I promise you I'll tell you can't go right up right up straight up I'd say I can't make it I would never go I'll be there and then an hour before you do this and my literally describing you understand that that's the friends you are with me and you gotta understand who your friends are but this one in particular I was really bummed out about so that's the deal not a game changer yeah but no I'm sorry L. usually okay so you have a little gray area yeah yeah because I think with a little bit of time you know a year to reality is still fresh yeah exactly so if you're still thinking about this person in a year then it might be something that contemplate a yeah yeah I think like yeah yeah yeah yeah and I bet this person misses you but I'd acting I don't even think this person is even thought okay so you're wrong but I think you think that you should never operate out of too much guilt in that way at all Oh so do you actually Miss didn't this layer.

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"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

13:51 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Let's start talking let's do that all right if you like your sexiest intro are you doing I'm Lee show is all bad good it's good I'm on the bench I'm on the Rand Sir good I'm on the rand and that hot mustache hi I'm Alicia I am here on on versus podcast unqualified so when did you move here I'm going to move to Los Angeles 'cause you're from Alberta cow grilled Berta we did a lot of moving around as a kid though I was born there spent a little time in Vancouver and then ended up going to high school in Montreal I lived of even further east now in Princeton Island in the summers I I'm all over Canada but yeah and then so moved California at eighteen see here's the thing I didn't want to go to college I was scared of school super dyslexic as a kid still dyslexic can't really get rid of it but I've found ways to kind of make it work for me right but that was later on cut to elision in in school terrified liked acting was doing some fun stuff up in Canada did a great fund kids show there that kept me busy for three years through high school and I realized this is what I WanNa do I think I could be good at it I enjoy it and my dad always said find something you love and what I found something I love to they were always supportive I think I was a bit crazy because I think they thought no wait. This isn't going to be your profession is it like to me I think they thought it was Kinda like awesome kids take soccer some are in karate she's in like little acting school but I was working it was just this weird thing of like when you're a baby when you're a key kid equate that to like your whole life growing up in candidate and not ever sort of seeing that for wishing happen by DADS an engineer my mom worked in a veterinarian's office you know real middle middle upper class family suburbs and here I was like I wanna go to California and I was eleven and it was weird it was a weird thing to say I think it's kind of amazing but here's what I want to hear about because when I moved here Los Angeles and I'm way older than you but I felt like I was always losing jobs t- let and women don't get to act with other all that but I go in for your twenty four Fisher came up to me once and was like man I want the girl next door girl and you're with like version of it'll lists sexy it was still very much that kind of five but do you have actress friends I wish I could say I have kids so I love your time and yeah I have actor actress friends that have kids right keep us actually closer I hope it's changing but I do think that those early two thousand years when we were all down here that it felt like Oh man we wish it was more of a community yeah yeah like the member who used to be and you probably know this who was the best I was Brittany Murphy Yes yes always your SOM- edition should be like what's up does she have this much swag always so caring do you remember that Oh yuck conditions but I'm be like God that's what I want to be like I know you completely right actually after that was imagine I like you said going back to coming here at eighteen years old you have to remember in Canada when I was working there was only me another girl and she was a Brunette so either you like the Blonde Brunette I was scoring fifty percent of the time it was amazing maybe like eighty but But Yeah I remember being like Oh dude this is great I love this acting is awesome so cut to get here in California my first week my first audition Sean I was so pumped again in there looking around I'm like Whoa this is not me and a Brunette this is me and like seven other girls and I'm like okay I want I can hang did you get a bit you got a fucking now didn't get that then I got another audition the next day this was back there was dishes all like all the every second three a day knowing you know for me I should homicide yes we had the same experience but then I had to realize that Oh there's another six girls and I they were not the same as yesterday so now we're at twelve and then twenty four and then it was like I started realizing really quick what am I doing here how many episodes are you guys on we it's their seventh season it goes by in a flash as stressful as it is or no oh no no it is we've done eighty and I'm like what I feel like I've done ten but of pure panic you're so nuanced really funny in such difficult format I think I mean what you think tell me what you think about it about the format the format is it's deceptively difficult don't you think oh it's sheer panic every well wendy what are what days are your live show our live show is ours was Friday in you guys had live audience says Oh yeah and hype guy it hype guy to make some noise boots in the for Oh boy we haven't actually told the people at home what were even talking about we're talking about the Sitcom format four cameras in front of a live studio audience that's where I kind of figured out I could be funny fucking good I didn't think I got funny until expediencies Oh my God oh I think you're wrong really yes yeah that was my uncle from from it goes on you sat that was such a actors class of like funny for me Oh like I learnt so much shit can great show and you're the hard Oh that's so cool they said that comedy is so fun I mean I know we always talk about how hard it is because it is it could be technical but you have to also not try hi is there's so many you know you hear all these comedic things getting thrown around that you have to listen to and abide by and you can't steal shit you know there's a bunch of stuff enough but I'm like man when you hit it is there nothing better when you hit it it's like crack I don't know crack is like but I feel like it'd be like that it the way that you absorb these do you do a lot of sense yeah I'm setting up a lot of freight munch line for them exactly I think that's rob as much as much got so fucking heart is so hard but it's also so crucial to the progression of the episode and if you break it down because a lot of people who are watching are not seeing that technical aspect of it nor should they but if you're sitting at home and wondering like what does it take to be funny actor I think like the first if you can listen and set that up and listen it's me like your job done and then the other stuff you got to work on and make sure that it's funny it is tough because watching the ranch like my data's look reaction Yes yes are you wearing amazing react gas my jam that I feel like that's my thing and you're like you're an emotional reactor which is I credit thank you I feel like try to do different it depends on the scene like that that episode wear you and an Ashton character you guys are like recognizing that you're getting divorced right and you are so like yet just you've already decided I just love the stuff that isn't said things that are already I I mean I'll do wordy like Gilmore girls but whatever there's an art to that too but there's so much interesting stuff hidden in the shit that's not said and in the eyes and in your body language in in your shrugged shoulders in your or in your like you know like that upbeat like shoulders up high you know or if you believe it in mind I think it comes across if you really what you're saying and doing and you know this because you're amazing but I think that's where I like that little sweet spot like the reaction physical comedy so much don't always get to do it happy endings I got to do it but man just being goof I is it's like having fun okay wait we'll get off work for a second yep let's go just for a second so and know that you have a baby I have a baby that we don't WanNa talk about in groundbreaking it was like heavy heavy and crazy being pregnant was not fun yeah I mean I'm not going to see her and be like Oh that was such a great time as you've found by the way I did not vomit and it was still hard okay I did not amy Schumer any of it and it was still hard yeah like I don't even know how she got through that I don't know either but I'll never forget we were on we were on set at the ranch and Dax Shepard on our show and his wonderful wife Kristen comes to sat with their two beautiful kids she was like isn't being pregnant amazing and I felt bad because I wanted to be like hell no but there's a lot of women that are like Oh so beautiful and so gloria I think it was still very it's viewed airy was very tax thing and the idea of like the societal pressure so are we supposed to as women we carry the baby and then we do all the other things and yeah I only two months off I had two months of maternity leave I worked up until I was about seven months seven months pregnant and then came back like literally she was a month and a half or so and went back to work on my gosh it was really intense but jury thing even my maternity leave the ranch called and was like you think maybe we could do some like facetime scenes and I was like I you know what I'm a team player it didn't actually bother me I was like I was feeling good I was like okay if it's just I gotta be my face no problem so I think I'm like doing a great job here and I got astronaut her ended like the IPAD and doing the scene and all of a sudden I looked down and like my whole shirt is he's soaking wet my leaking mother literally like a mother that's where it comes from that expert like a mother and I'm like Oh did you see that have they seen that I looked at hopefully the on my face no one said anything to this day I have no idea of ash caught on but I'm like okay my whole shirt is drenched that was the first time I'd ever experienced it's like a letdown where she wasn't around she must have been crying in the background or something I don't know what happened all of a sudden it looked out on holy moly okay I know that you're married read I am but imagine that you're not so imagine okay yeah do the Imaginary Single Bay you got ah I'm gonNA throw some things out to you all right okay he drives an Orange Hummer keep him or get rid of them the yeah like years single I'm not great at parking so I don't know if it's a deal breaker but I think it's like a serious conversation about that environmentally alone I mean you know wanted to know go nogo okay okay he's a Wiccan he tells you only practice white magic my black magic days right behind me I'm intrigued no no no no I'm not as dealbreaker I'm not when I look like normal normal chill boring let's say boring I don't not any of this thinking about this lost exactly saying about like how I could do a role play with you and then I was feeling tired right pure exhaustion I'm too tired yeah thanks a steak dinner yeah have a great one does Ebay does a wiccan pay probably not that's a hard now okay he tells you the first movie he ever masturbated to as the girl next door you my husband no I don't think that's I mean I feel like that's that's like after you're engaged nothing else okay all right.

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"elisha" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on Untangle

"Elisha for joining us today. You can find out more about him at mindful living. La Dot Org and all of his books are available at all major booksellers if you have feedback or suggestions for guests email us at founders at Meditation Studio Dot Com and don't forget check out meditation studio in the APP Store and checkout out news at choose me DOT com. We'll see you next time yeah. Yeah uh-huh uh-huh..

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"elisha" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on Untangle

"You'll also be surprised at some some of the myths he shares about what happiness actually is. It's not just about feeling good as you probably know. There's much much more to it. Let's dive in with Elisha so I'd like to talk today about happiness so hard topic. It's a hot topic perfect. We all want to be happy and I I tell me a little bit about how you got into meditation but also why you chose happiness says a subject to explore okay well. You know I got into meditation and the same for the same reason most people get into meditation tation which is I was working in San Francisco and during the dotcom boom and I was working hard I was playing a whole lot harder so I was really kind of diving into some very destructive habits and so is suffering quite a bit now is confused and inevitably started. I reading about meditation. I think a lot of people do it. Maybe not actually nowadays. There's there's there's meditations our studios available so you could just kind of drop it now back then it wasn't you didn't have those things and so so I was reading about it and seeking people out and you know inevitably I left the corporate world went back to school to study psychology and I ran into it again because I was interested in for myself and for other people helping us all create more meaningful moments in our lives to really find the meaning and purpose in life and I wanted to help people create moments called sacred moments and I realized in order to help people realize sacred moments meaningful moments in their lives they had a I be present etta learn how to do that and so I reached out and studied again and found that and so when the leading programs out there that was working with helping people will become president and also with stress reduction in writing things like that was mindfulness based stress reduction so mindfulness based stress reduction while I had been practicing a little meditation prior to that really provided the structure for me to you know dip and learn how to actually create a practice of mindfulness meditation practice and it was secular so can spoke to me too. That was my entry way really just wanting back a little bit a year studying psychology at this point and how can you come up with this idea that you want to help. People create more sacred moments. I'm really curious about that. There was an emptiness there I think while I was in San Francisco during that during that time and really being destructive certainly ups and downs of being depressed feeling lost feeling lonely you know even I had friends. I had a lot of friends around me. Sometimes I would feel alone in that way. I was looking for connection. I think sacred moments is allowing is a sense of feeling connected to think people all things around you the sense of meaning and purpose in life as I started to really study happiness there. I went back to kind of the way the Greeks originally defined ended which was there was you demonic happiness and there was Donna cabinets and he donna capping has just kind of engaging in pleasure in life and there's nothing wrong with that although it's just not lasting and if we're always is looking for the pleasure in life we're going to inevitably be disappointed and have a tough time with the difficulties that are there so you demonic. Happiness was more of like a sense of feeling connected active a sense of feeling meaning and purpose in life. I realize what's more important and feeling a sense of meaning and purpose in life and so I wanted to cultivate that for myself itself and then for other people so that was that was where the kind of research began and it was too. I guess I felt like if you feel a a sense of meaning and purpose in connection life that is in that that's a natural sense of resiliency and I can look back years from now laying on my deathbed and look back on my life and say while I really kind of was present for life and and the things that I was present to really mattered so did mindfulness based stress reduction when you started doing that that helped you to be more present for moments and and they need maybe define those a sacred moments but I guess that doesn't really matter how you define them but in that they are you are present for what is happening in your every present. Moment is a sacred moment every present because there there's just just like a flower blooms and dies and so you look we're we're all in love with things that don't last last very long butterflies sometimes live twenty four hours and so they're beautiful to us because they're precious and rare and so are the moments of our lives every single. The moment that we're living is precious rare oftentimes. We don't realize that because you know we are brain kind of creates makes things automatic and so we just Kinda fall into routine and one of the one of the people who really influenced my my life in the way I think sometimes or a portion of it is this Guy Abraham Joshua show he was a a rabbi a philosopher he marched with Martin Luther King and he has this really wonderful quote out of one of his books. It said life is routine and routine is resistance to wonder under so we're and if you look at neuroscience we're kind of a crafted to make things routine so we can handle more and more difficult things more complex things some life and so we have to actually pause and open up to the the reality almost wake up that really moment to moment. There's no moment like another moment in our life. So every moment is really a sacred moment if we understand that way and so you know in some ways uncovering happiness is partly the mindfulness mindfulness and our ability to bring your heart into it would up my call self compassion recognizing difficulty inclining support ourselves. Those are the two fundamental pillars fillers to begin to wake up and recognize what really matters in our lives and then we can start kind of angling ourselves in different directions towards towards. What do I actually want to do in this moment with my life with myself. How do we make this real for people because this idea of being present in every moment in and there we have moments where were not happy and we're frustrated at work or were taking care of a loved one. That's going to die any moment went and while those might be sacred moments. Were were not feeling happy how to use this. This goes to the definition of happiness yeah so you're you're implicit in the way you're talking about as happiness is a positive emotion positive feeling happiness means feeling good which really my definition of happiness is not. It's is not happiness is not always about feeling good. Happiness is this rock solid confidence and no matter what comes my way I'm GonNa be okay and so in other words there's a natural inbred resiliency and so I can be with someone who's having a difficult moment right now my kids it's crying my. I'm taking care of my my mom who no longer has functional as she used to. I'm at work and someone piled a whole bunch of things on my desk and said I have two hours to do. It and I know it's GonNa take longer going to be home late frustration. I'm in traffic. This is awful terrible. Our minds complaining whining and so what what this allows us to do is so mindfulness being a fundamental pillars pause recognize. We get caught something that I called the depression loop. You can also call the stress loop. It's a conditioned reaction a thoughts emotions sensations and behaviors are actions so the moment were caught in that stress reaction and is a moment we can pause wake up and recognize that. I'm stuck. I'm hooked and something how do I wanna relate to this moment. So happiness is about it feels in control. There's a certain sense of personal control and so I- instead of continuing with this reaction that's causing suffering. I recognize while I'm having a difficult moment right now. This is really hard for me and in that in that moment we've named it so the neuroscience behind that shows at that kind of that kind kind of down regulates the emotional center of our brain. That's kind of firing brings more blood flow to the prefrontal area which is more involved with emotion regulation and maybe more intentionally and so then. I say well. I'm suffering and this is really hard for me. In this moment whatever any moment we could listen Eddie moment life the moment we name it. We've kind of gained a little perspective moment and then we say I'm not the only one that suffers. This happens to people in life. What is it that I'm really needing right now and so then we kind kind of get to basically it's kind of like wow. I'm sick you know in this moment like when we have cold. What do I really need right. Now I need to rest or I need need to care for myself. Being emotionally disrupted is pretty much the same thing if we think of it as like the physiology of it where our nervous system is inflamed are are. We're actually are blood flow and our brains kind of balance at the same time but the bottom line is. We're not feeling well some filling stuck. What is it that I'm really needing my needing to relax. That's my shoulders and my needing to do a little practice such as I'm needing to feel calm so I say we'll may I feel calm and with my child and with my parents with my people on the road. May you feel calm because no doubt I'm not alone in this. May We all feel dot com and you know when doing that. We come out of our own heads back into our lives and we start feeling a little bit better and so again. Happiness is is not about just feeling good. It's about feeling that no matter what comes my way I can handle it. It's GonNa be okay because when we do that we can actually give ourselves what we need and rebounds uh-huh so your psychologist and when I think about depression I think of it as mock but you sort of ruminate in a lot of rehashing Dr s re Hashing Pass may be being worried about the future but just those stories just keep repeating repeating over and over for you and I'm curious how you're talking here about mindfulness based stress reduction in people talk a lot about meditation and I know meditation is such a broad category for people who've really we WANNA learn what you're teaching in terms of emotional dysregulation and pausing and and being more curious about the feelings thoughts that are happening. Can they just do any kind of meditation or how do you learn what your talking about. How is the question. What what meditation should you begin with. While are all meditations the same year psychologists you've written the book on Uncovering Happiness Venous. You've done an enormous amount of research on the science and neuroscience and I'm wondering for people that are listening do they need due to study. Mindfulness based stress reduction or is just learning meditation going to help me bring up a really important point and this is a point that people should be aware of when they're engaging any APP or meditation. There's a line between feeling stable and unstable. If someone's feeling really depressed feeling really stuck the rumination is like it really has a hold on you sitting down and practicing a breathing meditation or a body scan or an open awareness practice where you're aware of all things as they are. You know these beautiful mindfulness meditations may not really be the place to begin when really not feeling well or body needs to be engage. It's usually we need to be more active. You know one of the key categories or things that I talk about is the real importance of play now. There's a guy who's leading play researcher Brian Brian Sutton Smith who said the opposite of play is not work. It's depression and so we as adults and even teens and adolescents lessons in this world are oftentimes missing this element of doing purposeful or perhaps purposeless activities with things we typically kind of enjoy joy find interesting and so you know you and I were kidding before this interview around something that I've learned to do make mistakes sometimes and so making aqui mistakes oftentimes one of the things that kicks us into a shame spiral or ignites depression or feeds it as we sometimes become self critical self judgmental you know and instead we can do one hundred eighty degree shift like and we can and said celebrate that by lifting our hands over our head and going Woohoo and that we're doing a funny little trick you know with our brain which is kind of teaching it that you know. Mistakes are okay. Everybody makes him human. We can celebrate them in fact. Some of the most successful people in the world are people that make have made more mistakes than anybody else. You look at all the athletes out there. They've the most successful athletes have missed more shots than anybody else and so basketball soccer whatever and so if we can learn to celebrate our mistakes be more playful with ourselves like even meditation studio like if people are taking the first of all a wonderful experiment to do with this APP anyways to is to just be curious about an experiment with a variety of different practices. See what calls out to you see see what you notice that spring mind bringing mindfulness to it..

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"elisha" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"elisha" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The darkness of error but always be seen to stand in the bright light of truth right this for in the name of Jesus the risen one who lives and reigns together with you and the Holy Spirit one god for ever and ever I reading from the book of kings of first cans the lord said to Elijah usual unlink Elisha from the shop for the from home hola as profit to succeed you and I just set out and came upon Elisha solution often as he was plowing with twelve of oxen he was following the twelfth Elijah went over to him and threw his cloak over him elation left the oxen ran after Elijah and sad please let me kiss my father and my mother goodbye and I will follow you Elisha and said go back have I done anything to you Elisha left him and taken the yoke of oxen slaughtered them he used the plowing equipment for fuel to boil the flash and give these people to eat then Elisha left and followed Elijah **** attendant the word of the lord thanks be to god you you.

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 Georgia sprinter impaled by javelin, full recovery expected

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Georgia sprinter impaled by javelin, full recovery expected

"Recovering today. A u g track athlete. It's after a bizarre and quite serious injury. New here at six o'clock, you didn't make the trip to Fayetteville Arkansas for the SEC outdoor championships. Instead Elisha Godwin is hospitalized. Having been impaled by a javelin freshman sprinter Godwin was sprinting backwards during practice and Athens. The javelin was implanted in the ground Godwin. Didn't see it and fell on it. He's hospitalized after surgery to repair a then collapsed lung. A full recovery as expected Godwin from Covington was to anchor the four by one hundred relay

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Former CBS CEO Les Moonves Denied $120 Million Severance Package

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Former CBS CEO Les Moonves Denied $120 Million Severance Package

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome CBS is accusing les Moonves says of a quote willful failure to cooperate with an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct. That failure atop the alleged misconduct. Is why CBS is denying him a severance payment of one hundred twenty million dollars? So what if the downfall of a legendary executive mean for his company NPR TV critic, Eric Dagens has covered moon vez and CBS for years. He's here either. Eric, hi, according to CBS, at least, and we should note. Moonves denies wrongdoing broadly. What what what is CBS say moon vested? Well, let's go back move. As was forced to step down back in September. At the New Yorker magazine published allegations from several women. Claiming he had sexually harassed or salted them. So the CBS board wound up hiring to law firms to look in the allegations against moon vase, also harassment or misconduct allegations that CBS news and CBS is wider corporate culture. Okay. So we mentioned an alleged willful failure to cooperate was Moonves supposed to cooperate with those law firms. Yes, they expected him to tell the truth when they asked him questions about his past conduct. Now, we haven't seen the reports that these law firms have created, but the New York Times reported on early drafts of the reports which said that investigators have evidence move as had lied to them and had tried to destroy text showing that he attempted to find acting work for one woman who'd made accusations against him in the board statement, they accused move as a breaching his contract and quote, willful material misfeasance now I had to look that word up, but it means performing an official duty in an improper or unlawful manner move as a turn. He has said in a statement that the conclusions are baseless that his client cooperated fully and that he vehemently denies assaulting. Although possession is nine tenths of the law. CBS has the one hundred twenty million dollars. They say they're keeping the one hundred twenty million dollars unless there's some other preceding we don't know about coming. But that leaves CBS trying to move on from losing its top executive in this in this particular way, how deep does the problem run at CBS. Well, you know, this was a company wants known as the Tiffany network. It bills itself as the most watched broadcast network in America, they have all these popular programs. But they also have this history of harassment allegations CBS this morning anchor Charlie rose was fired last year. After a Washington Post story revealed multiple allegations of sexual harassment. Jeff Fager, the executive producer of the top news magazine. Sixty minutes was let go in September. He had sent a threatening text to a CBS reporter who was working on a story about harassment allegations at CBS news. The New York Times reported last week on a nine. A nine point five million dollar settlement with actress Elisha deuce coupe who claim the she was harassed while she was working on the CBS drama bull. So there's a lot. And and as a critic, I pointed out CBS's lack of new show starring women for years. The question now is you know, is CBS really going to look harder at its history. Now or just hope everybody moves on after this crisis pass, you're putting on an interesting connection or parallel. We don't know how closely their connected, but we have allegations of private misconduct, and your noting something wrong with the public faces. CBS the opportunities given to women the representation of women CBS doing anything about these kinds of problems. Well, the board says it's created this new position called chief people officer to revamp its human resources departments. They say their diversity and inclusion efforts have been an adequate and they're going to beef them up. They're giving twenty million dollars to several different groups that are working to combat workplace harassment. But the CBS board is her from employees who said that Powell stars. And. Executives were not held accountable at the company and the question is whether CBS is going to hold them accountable now without big stories in the media to pressure them, Eric thanks so much for sheet. It thank you. That's NPR critic Eric decades.

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Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets

A Closer Look with Arthur Levitt

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets

"Minutes to go on and Elisha McGuire. Touchdown run the Texans hoping later to culture playoff spot, though, at comeback in mind does Shawn Watson with a fourteen yard touchdown pass to Andre Hopkins with two fifteen left that put them in front for good. Those two hooked up twice. Kaya me. Fair being kicked five field goals. Houston winning at twenty nine to twenty two Sam darnold with two TD passes for the jets. He threw for two hundred fifty three yards offensive line played really. Well, we handle JJ in today on really well. Again. Our receivers got open game jets are now four in ten giants. Take their five hundred Mark to the MetLife field today

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"elisha" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"elisha" Discussed on 710 WOR

"From Seattle Washington. This happened several years ago, I was teaching Sunday school class. It was this wonderful Sunday school class of twelve year old kids, and I just so enjoyed being with these kids every week and one Sunday we had in the bible lesson that week the story of Elisha the widow and her oil they account that we find in second kings chapter four and in this story. A widow came to the prophet Elisha saying that her husband had died, and she was in debt. And now her sons we're going to be taken by her creditors. So Elisha asked her he said what you have in your house. And she said I have nothing nothing left except a pot of oil. So Elisha then told her something that probably sounded very odd to her. He told her to go and collect as many pots as she could find and she did this. She went out and collected as many pots as she could find. And when she came back home, he told her to pour the oil into these pots. And she did and she was able to fill all the pots and yet still have a little oil remaining. And he told her now go and sell this oil and use the money, pay your debts. And so the widow and her household were saved. And anyway, the kids, and I were discussing this story, and they were finding this very interesting toward the end of our discussion. I asked them what they thought. I said, do you think that this is something that just happened in bible times or could it happen today? And they were kind of stumped. They thought about this for a while. And finally, they said, honestly, they didn't know and they wondered what I thought. And I said, well, I thought that the reason we continue to read the bible stories is because yes, they are relevant to us today. And I had to admit to them. I have never in my life actually seen oil multiply. But I have seen many times when I have turned to God that my needs have been met often in surprising ways ways, that might even appear miraculous. So that my answer was that. Yes. These things still happen in our times, just as they did in the days of Elisha or relying on the same spiritual laws and Trues that Elisha was relying on. So the kids found this a satisfying answer, and we all went back to our regular lives and the next day Monday. I went to take money out of my Bank account and was stunned to discover that I had no money left. And the reason this had happened was I had recently. Removed. I moved from one apartment to another and the moving costs had been far greater than I had expected, including some incidental things that happened on that very day of the move, and I had to pull out of money out of my Bank account to deal with it without stopping to check my balance and now on this Monday morning, I discovered much to my horror that I had basically spent all my money, and it was I forget how many days or a week or two till my next paycheck. But I had no money and nothing to get by on in the days ahead, and I must admit I felt some panic and I wondered if I should try to borrow money from someone as much as I was reluctant and uncomfortable about doing that. And suddenly occurred to me that just a few hours before I had been sharing the kids that God meets our needs. And I thought well, do I really believe what I told those.

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Parkland survivor organizes fundraiser for victims in Jacksonville shooting

NBC 4 News at 6

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Parkland survivor organizes fundraiser for victims in Jacksonville shooting

"Families returning from a trip across the Pacific marking the end of the Labor Day weekend for some it is. An, annual tradition Haley and Trevor's mother was eight when she started coming to Newport dunes now they are the second generation to, build sand castles at the? Bay important for binding with the family all of us, together, and just spending time and enjoying each other front. Row camping sites where. Reserved months ago where else, can you park

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 Elisha Koota Bushel

Your Life Program

01:02 min | 2 years ago

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 No Charges Filed In Fatal Minneapolis Police Shooting Of Thurman Blevins

24 Hour News

06:19 min | 2 years ago

No Charges Filed In Fatal Minneapolis Police Shooting Of Thurman Blevins

"Degrees at five thirty I'm Steve Simpson News hear the stories that are trending at this, hour the deadly wildfires continue in California has news update to wildfires appeared be merging into one north of San Francisco as they grow, the flames in Mendocino and lake counties are threatening around ten thousand homes one hundred miles to the north in and around. Reading more than eight hundred homes. Have been destroyed by, another wildfire pilot David split offs was among. Them he directs air tankers dumping water. On the area out your head you, take, you take a little bit you take a. Deep breath and say well we, know we have to do from here we'd have a job to do. And let's let's make sure that we can try to stop this thing so other people don't have to go through what I'm going to. Have to six people, have, been, killed in the reading wildfire to firefighters four civilians KCBS reporter. Tim Ryan, forty eight people were listed as missing to figure now. Nineteen of course everyone here is just hoping that these people, are okay, just having. Reached out to family and loved. Ones to say There okay flames there more than twenty percent contained CBS news. Update I'm, Deborah Rodriguez meanwhile we have some breaking news here. A. Fiery crash overnight on interstate ninety four westbound at cedar avenue What appears to be a wrong way crash it. Happened around one. Thirty a. Car apparently traveling eastbound on the westbound lanes hitting a box truck had on that truck then caught fire. The road has been closed all night and remained size you just heard Ben mention we're going to continue to follow the story for. You get to the latest as we get new information also bring you the traffic updates, all morning long on the aids activists and the family of the man fatally shot by Minneapolis police now getting ready to protest the. Decision not to criminally charged the officers and county attorney Mike Freeman declining yesterday to charge. The two officers who shot Thirty-one-year-old Thurman Blevins after chasing him into a north Minneapolis alley last. Month Blevins family is arguing that Blevins was not a danger to the officers while running away, they plan to protest this afternoon at a rally at the government center beginning at four. Thirty two people are alive today after a series of small plane crashes. In, the last several days Monday to people escaped serious injury. And Brainerd when. Their, single engine small plane lost power during a landing attempt the Minneapolis Star Tribune says the plane fell About a, mile and a half from the runway, and landed in the woods however this is, the third small plane crash in the last several days over the weekend. To planes went. Down on. Friday a plane lost power and had to make an emergency landing and to lake Winona west of Alexandria. The eighteen year old pilot of the plane was found standing on top of it when emergency responders arrived then on Saturday a plane. Hit a powerful and crashed in Douglas county in western Minnesota that crash killed the pilot, Edgar Allan heiress WCTC oh jury selection set to begin this morning in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort appeared. Today in federal court in Virginia for the first trial arising from special counsel Robert Muller's. Investigation Manafort is accused of concealing tens of millions of dollars in income from the IRS and. Fraudulently obtaining millions more than Bank loans the trial comes as Trump and his lawyers have dial, up the intensity in their attacks on Muller generals from the rival Koreas are meeting at. Their shared border for, talks meant to is a, decades-long military standoff That's days after North, Korea returned the reported remains of US war dead in the most recent sign of a blossoming diplomacy. The generals will likely be discussing reducing guards and weaponry along the tense border as well as lowering fishermen. To work peacefully, along the rivals seabound reach Meanwhile North Korea is reportedly building more missiles. At the facility that produced. Their first enter continental. Ballistic, missile capable of reaching the US Washington Post reporting that spy satellites, have picked up activity, indicating that North Korea appears to be building two. New liquid fueled ICBM's the Senate Judiciary committee. Is demanding answers from federal immigration officials about the Trump administration separation of migrant children from their families and it struggle to reunite them but a. Hearing scheduled for today on the topic may have a wider focus after the committee's bipartisan leaders ask federal investigators to probe reports of sexual and other abuse of immigrants at government detention facilities the ranking member of The house. Committee calling for hearings in the wake of a report finding a toxic environment of sexual harassment and other misconduct at the Federal Emergency Management agency the allegations against. Former FEMA personnel chief Korey Coleman who quit last. Month before he could be interviewed by investigators include transferring women in and out of departments so that his male friends could try to have. Sex with. Them, democratic Maryland rep Elisha Cummings of the house committee on oversight and government reform is calling for hearings on the report and what he calls other critical management failures of FEMA famous administrator says harassment of any kind won't be tolerated at the agency Alison keys. CBS news Washington the CBS board of directors met yesterday amid accusations of sexual misconduct, against the company's chair and CEO less, moon vest on the board says. It is hiring an outside panel to investigate it did not say that it. Would remove moon vez he still is in his job Stephen Colbert host of the late show on CBS addressing the issue, on last night show Oh over the past year have felt empowered to. Tell their stories in ways they, haven't before wishes and objectively good thing because a strange to have to say this powerful men taking sexual advantage of relatively powerless employees are wrong NBA player LeBron James is leaving his hometown. Of Akron with, a gift to uplift the younger generations the NBA superstar before heading out to Los Angeles opened his I promise school that is a year. Round learning center devoted to some, of the city's most challenged youngsters James talked about his. Motive for opening the, school. Young kids ages seven eight nine ten the most important thing that we can give them is structure and a sense of they just, want someone to feel like they like we care. WBZ news time is five thirty seven for more on these and other stories go to. 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"elisha" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"elisha" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"France's that got men you know elisha cook his regroup playing his character again and yet the whole premise is that the maltese falcon turned out to be real after all right in their sent home to put thing about how tall the bird is and how long a cubit is and of course it plays with that funny joe major quotation marks about its black and maung is your arm oh my god if i heard that joke will more time i was just going to die laughing and see goal zorzi y'all does not look like he's happy to be in no eagles user will in that stupid running joke about his car a i wish i didn't even realise was of running joke the first two times it happened i realized that was his car as foot slight i thought it was her arch sought to the opposite of kuwait late late he comes out and he sees he doesn't really reacts it as low as like all of us as not artists her are less right later us establish does his car's like watch yeah the movie cells yeah did either be guys get a chance to see him at the vim vendors realm yes in fact the first time i saw was was actually in the late eighties is it when i started return turn on which the lawrence star become a daschle hamid stand it was a film i was really looking forward to seeing because of that and i had seated i really liked it at the time in ivory visited it really recently because i did an article on it uh from a now defunct upholds her website this isn't the myths and valleys not as impressed with it as i was the first time i saw bicyles a really interesting phil i love them vendors on and on but i have to say i haven't seen this one this is probably going to hurt my out filmnoir street cried somehow but um i definitely want to hear what you guys have to say about and then it be given any i'm a thumbs up i'll go check it out will this is a day i would say you should definitely check it out rich.

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"elisha" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

GSMC Bible Study Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"elisha" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

"Now when the lord was about to take elijah up to heaven by a whirlwind elijah and elisha were on their way to get from gilgal elijah said to elisha stay here for the lord has sent me as far as bethel but elisha said as the lord lives and as you yourself live i will not leave you so he went down to bethel the company of prophets who were in bethel came out to ally elisha and said to him do you know that today the lord will take your master away from you and he said yes i know keep silent ilija said to him elisha stay here for the lord has sent me to jericho but he said as the lord lives and as you yourself live i will not leave you so they came to jericho the company of prophets who are a jericho junior to elisha and said to him do you know the today the lord will take your master away from you and he said yes i know be silent then then elijah said to him stay here for the lord has sent me to the jordan but he said as the lord lives and as you yourself live i will not leave you so the two of them went on fifty men of the company of prophets also went at s and stood at some distance from them as they were both standing by the jordan then elijah took his mantle and rolled it up and struck the water the water was parted to one side into the other until the two of them crossed on dry ground when they had crossed elijah said to elisha tell me what i may do for you before i am taken from you elisha said please let me inherit a double share of your spirit he responded you have asked a hard thing yet if you see me as i am being taken from you it will be granted you if not it will not as they continued walking and talking a chariot a fire and horses of fire separated the two of them and alija ascendant in.

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