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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:56 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

06:16 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"You just heard a long journey from Elizabeth Kings album living in the last days, and it really has been a long journey. This is your first new music and over four decades it must be so exciting to finally see it go out into the world. Yes. Uh, I always hoped that it would You know songs that I was singing when I was a child. To me. It just amazing. I don't know what to say. You know, you said there when you were a child. You started singing when you were three years old, which is pretty young to start singing. Where did that come from? From my mama. At home, singing around home. And that song long, Johnny. She was singing that song. You know, I just loved it from a child. You also grew up in the church. Could you tell me about an early memory you have of experiencing music in church? Well, I always was singing. Terry. John stand is east the sign itty Olatunji address. So I was seeing by myself for the song, You know, like, Yes, Jesus loves me, you know. For I was a teenager stuff. Things are so low And then when I got older, I started singing with my brothers. They had quite a group. So And when I get in my team, I wouldn't allowed to go with my brother's being had to stay at home, so I did most of my singing by myself. And did you ever sing secular music? Or was it always gospel that really spoke to you Always gospel? Why? Why was that? Why did it capture you like that? Never would. I didn't really grow up around too much of the type music because it wouldn't like played in our home. It was something dead. Just loved gospel music. And when I got old enough to Go around it. I didn't really, You know, I just went into it. You know when, when? Something that I wanted to do. I was speaking with Elizabeth King right now on the world Cafe. One of the songs on your new album that goes back to your childhood is you've got to move. What can you tell us about this song? We're gonna We're gonna hear it right now. That's all. You got to move. My mom was mostly deal and she was telling me, she said. One day I'm gonna leave you as she said. And I got a place that I'm gonna move to. And I won't be back. And she said, I might introduce you to this man and his name is Jesus. And she was saying, son. She just started humming this song. You got to move. You got to move when the Lord called my name. I'm gonna move away from here. And she had that smile on her face, You know, And I guess by her telling me that when I was young Now understand Death. And so This song stayed with me. You know, you got to move and I always sing it around the house. My husband's telling you always saying the most sad song Way well is the true song. Yeah. I mean, that is a pretty big thing to try to understand. When you're a kid. It is because Had experienced someone in my family passing away. So then I understood what she was telling me and she said, you'll never see that person here again. And she always will explain that one day she was going to leave, she said. And I ain't gonna die. I'll just go to sleep away and when she passed away She went in hospital the night She died and asleep. Wow. Oh, it's It's remarkable to me how there are smiles on this album that the lyrics might sound sad, but it never feels. Sad, right it never, You know, it feels joyful. Let's listen to you've got to move. Elizabeth King on the World Cafe. You got to move you got to be. Oh, You got you got to be. Oh, When the Lord Lord call your name, Be ready. You gonna lose you Okay? You got to move Whoa! You may be high. You may be love. Oh, some folks for ricin on another field poll when they loathe luck Name, get in a hurry. You don't move. Oh, yeah. You gotta move where my mother told me. When I was a child, This'll crystal raid gonna be hard to run. But when they loved the lock your name be ready. You don't move. Oh, yeah. Oh, you got him. You got to be Oh, you got to lose. You show? Yes. When a lord My name. I don't care who you are. You gonna move? Oh, yeah. You got me. Oh, that was you.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

07:42 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

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The House of Representatives could consider as early as next week Legislation to form a commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. A top Democratic and Republican members of the House Homeland Security Committee announced an agreement Friday The panel would consist of 10 members five from each party, it would have subpoena power and is charged with issuing a final report by the end of the year. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, supporting those working towards a day when no one has to choose between paying rents, putting food on the table and protecting their health and the health of others are W. J F data work. This is conversations from the World Cafe. I'm Raina. Doris Elizabeth King is unstoppable. You could maybe make that assumption from the fact that she's recently released her first new album and over four decades at the age of 77, But just wait until you get the whole story. She had her first hit. A song called I Heard The Voice in Memphis in the 19 seventies, fronting an all male group called the Gospel Souls. Today, Elizabeth King will explain the dramatic way her career got started What she did when she wasn't putting Out albums, and she'll talk about where she draws the strength and power from to persevere. Here's a song from her new album, living in the last Days that feels appropriate to start with it's Elizabeth King. Long journey. No, Johnny Oh, no, Johnny, come with me. Oh, I get it back. After why this'll this'll do it is no. No life looking When love enemy by intimate strike me. I'm going down down money. This That's when Joe Heaven Oh, this just t this, Sonny. A lady of No, no life of e. When my friends they talk about me, I'll go down down money. Understand? 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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

06:07 min | 5 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

"Like like today you say. Hey you wanna go into studio. I'll say yeah. He say i got somebody. Want to recall it. You i have rehearsed stone anything so as to who play for me. He said all he garriga dining play for anybody. That's they can pay for in abiding play for me. So i came in and bruce. He said highly civil us. Hello as todd is singing. Ed five or ten minutes after teen and i song at two o'clock and it was exciting to me my voice. It just got wound up. You know what what was it like to come back. Could you have ever pictured yourself walking back into a recording studio and making an album again. No no no. Because i always tell my mom is somebody out there. Were here me one day. But i never thought it would really just come so quick. You know so to me looked like it was quick and yet i had an opportunity again and when i came in and bruce atma singing then he would tell me about. Your song is being played overseas already. A wanted to song that was on divine in a couple. Maybe about three weeks later. They come call me asked me. Did i wanna go to pair is how i see you know killing myself i see yeah i go say okay well okay we can get up. These folks sears. In the end. I made my lily. Excuse i don't have a passport. They say oh. There's no problem we don't get there for you. Oh my car. So i told material they say yelm mama go go go so without a passport then opted saturday. And we're supposed to lead at monday when two pairs and that was going full from home. Nineteen days boy. Did not i really. I got older. I really felt like star. Yeah it seems like things happen. Really kinda quick it it would just overflow and you sometimes you know. Hey is this really me. They would ask me when i get home. Mummies excited yet. i say now. I'm not excited in. They said would be excited. I just couldn't imagine you know rid at my age. You get on the plane. Erath for dollars you who didn't have a passport. So how'd you. How'd you gone overseas before. No no and. I didn't read it really sitting until i got on a plane so when i will go live with the latest was going we also have been on. Get on the plane in memphis. So when i got to the airport they were there so when i got to atlanta. That's why we you know the plane we lead going see. Tell call past the ship. I said these women's not here. I say if i don't see them i'm not getting on that play but when the gatt onto me to put me on a on the plane. That was the two latest anime. And then i said this is really happy. And what did you think of paris. It was great but it really we really working because we had to travel to so many different venues. This this album. You're in your seventies. This is the first album you so long. Do you think you're gonna make another one now. Here was more excited to also at least another thing. You also just this. This would do well our will. I hope it will reach the mind of people's my age that don't give up on life until the lower court and when when they showed time they go. Then it's your time to go but until then just keep pushing get up keep going then. I'm talking to elizabeth king world cafe to finish things off today. We're going to hear living in the last days. The title track from your new album and that phrase living in the last days it might sound kind of dark and scary to some people. But what does that phrase mean to you as well to me. I know him living in my last days. It's the way i look. You know because the promises seventy years. And i'm paying dead so everything else i get it. Just grace and mercy. And that's all looking forward to everyday. God grace and his mercy and i know it would carry me on because i m i don't feel no as tad i wanna keep going and going like dillard. Bunny ravages own and on and on until he called me on. But you don't sound tired at all in this performance. Thank you so much for this album. It is living in the last days. From elizabeth in the nasty past.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

06:58 min | 5 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

"Nine single for my guest today. Elizabeth king its world cafe. I'm raina shortly. After that song came out after your accident you started fronting. A group called the gospel souls where he had all male backup singers. How did that group initially get together. Well they was already together. They have been seeing. I think lack two or three years and they needed on lead focusing in one of the guys with ed church. Where our singing at night out so long you know he. He came up and introduce himself. He's how would you like to sing. Omay our group where we rehearse on ways the night. Can you come see you like to be on a y'all be on onto. So i went to their rehearsal and we saw from seven o'clock two legs twelve thirty and i stay with them thirty six years at the time. Was it an unusual thing to be the only woman in a group and fronting the group. It was it was. It was a different people's that think but not to me because with my brothers you know at home and so i was used to being around mail because i didn't have no stay home so it was just on the one girl in all of my brothers. I have five brothers so it was fun to me. I love Singing whitman mayo artist and we do not. We go places like nashville knoxville. Saint louis they all get together. Alabama say oh that's nice. That's a nice perk spa. it's elizabeth king world. Cafe your recorded at that time on a label called divine spirituals which was founded by gospel. Dj reverend juan de ship. What kind of guidance did reverend ship give you. When you're singing in the studio. Oh he was my director forcing duties. Dude he may he he would. Just push being jelly. Just make me may okay. I'm gonna do overdo it. So he were keep pushing and he had me singing over and over and over again he say you saying over and over again to get it right it over and over again until we come up with i heard the voice of jesus saying and i tell you when that song came out. It was great. We stayed top in the city for five years the gospel. Do you remember the moment that you realized. I heard the voice was a hit and people liked it when i was in chicago. I was seeing around the house because that was oh him. Nick song that my mom used to seeing to me. But i wanted to count change it and get a little action to it and so it to stay with me so when i got with the fellows i said oh this a good song that i can sing with them. It was a great sound to me in when people started. They loved it. Yeah like do you remember hearing it on the radio. Yes was that like it was amazing. Just you know but it were win. That i hurt myself saying before radio but with the beker group you know it was just exciting. I'll be driving down on my delivers. It turn into radio up loud when i stop afterwards. Red light they said. Turn it up a little louder. And i said we're listen to k. w. Am one day. Shield is all right now playing and they would turn radio. I'm going down the street. And one and i didn't get a ticket if you're listening to this right now turn it up because we're gonna listen to. I heard the voice heard the voice of jesus amen dow we're one know elizabeth king and the gospel souls. I heard the voice. Elizabeth king is my guest today on world cafe. That song was recently reissued on an album. Put out by the same record label. That's released your new album. Living in the last days came out originally in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. You were singing with the gospel souls and then for a long time really until now. You didn't release any new music officially no. So why did you step away from the music business. Oh it's a smaller tune. I had got married again. My husband was a pass to church. I stay with him. Directing require and all of my children was in the car and so i spent my time with my family so they could coax go to school. Get a good education and put a sam by myself Sacrifice myself for my family in your fifteen fifteen kids a thinking that there were moi importer them my singing. I know if i live long enough. I would be able to sing again. You know but. I never thought i would go. This reverend ship from your original label found you again. He and a guy named bruce watson who runs a bible entire recording company reached out to you to make your new album living in the last days. What was your reaction elizabeth when they called you up and asked you if you wanted to record again Pass the ship. Call me like like today you say. Hey you wanna go into studio. I'll say yeah. He say i got somebody. Want to recall it. You i have rehearsed stone anything so as to who play for me. He said all.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

03:34 min | 5 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

"Come in and nurses wanted to talk to him. You know i want. Because i thought it was depressing hospital so they say when ms king. We don't have anybody on our staff look like that. I said but he come media remote in his seat me and they said well what did he say. What did he say he just said. My check and i pray with you and i tell him yes. I couldn't convince nobody that he came so it had to be this spirit away. God let there be in a form of a person didn't know that he was with me. And when i get a little doubt in my mind when i'm sick i think about that day. He just give me the strength in the courage to get up. Move although you in pain but this move move. And so. That's what i do because i hadn't had a day of not having pain since that day. The hardest pain of ills is in the memory of the day that it happened and it took so much out of my life put. God gave me strength in their power out the debt to get up and rise again have ten more kids to thank and praise god full because by children is a blessing to me to get up grown and everything moved up when i started working for my children and i am my daughter said mom and did you know you make more money a week then i do. I made three hundred dollars in one day. And that's how. God bless you if you just wait on our problem to us. We don't wanna wait. I wanna get into into your kids and your career that came afterwards after that accident in just a second. But i'd love to hear you talk. Maybe a little bit about that experience in the hospital. Those visits the affected your recovery. They affected your faith. How did it affect your music. Just gave me a greater determination. Yes so strive harbor in just keep encouraging myself. You know a lot of time. You get discouraged from people's but you house tear your own self keep going sobriety today. I'm speaking with elizabeth king on world cafe. I'm marina during the first song you released after the accident was a song testify. We're gonna play that right now. Is there anything that you'd like to say about testify before we hear it. Oh it just a message. That i want to get out to the people's god blesses you tell somebody get up tail so by. Don't be ashamed wherever you go into. Gross stone testified and they segard and he he lives and he really lives in yourself. Here is testify..

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on World Cafe

"And it really has been a long journey. This is your first new music and over four decades. It must be exciting to finally see it. Go out into the world. yes. I always hope that it. Would you know songs that. I was singing when i was a child to me is just amazing. I don't know what to say. You know you said there when you were a child. You started singing when you were three years. Old is pretty young to start singing. Where did that come from from memo at home singing around home in that song long johnny. She was singing that song you know and just loved it from child. You also grew up in the church. Could you tell me about an early memory. You have of experiencing music in church. We'll always was seeing in church on sundays easter society. All at your drizzle. I would sing by myself little song you know like yes. Jesus love me you know for. I was a teenager. I started saying off. Also at the end when i got older i started. Stay with my brothers. They had quarte group so then. When i get into my team i wouldn't allow to go brothers. Did i stay at home so idea most of my seen by myself and did you ever sing secular music or was it always gospel. That really spoke to you. Always gospel why why was that. Why did it capture you like that. i never. I didn't really grow up around too much though the type music because it wen like played in our home it was something that i just loved gospel music when i got old enough to go around it. I didn't really you know. I just went into it. You know when when something that i wanted to do. And speaking with elizabeth king right now on the world cafe One of the songs on your new album. That goes back to your childhood is. You've got to move. What can you tell us about this time. We're gonna we're gonna hear it right now. You get to mu mom was mostly ill and she was telling me she said one day. I'm gonna leave you. And she said and i got a place that i'm gonna move to and i won't be back and he she said i'm a introduce you to this man and his name is jesus as she was things on. She just started to home in their saw. You got to move. You got to move when lord call my name. I'm gonna move away from here. She had that smile on her face. And i guess by her telling me that when i was young now i understand death and So this song stays with being you know you got to move and i always sing around the house. My husband is tim. You always thing the most sad song. Well it's true song. Yeah i mean that is a pretty big thing to try to understand when you're a kid. Because i had experienced Someone in my family pass it away. So then i understood what she was telling me and she'll say you never see the person here again and she always will explain that one day she was gonna leave she said and i ain't gonna die. I'll just sleep away. And when she passed away she went in hospital the night she died in our sleep. Wow wow it's it's remarkable to me how there are songs on this album. Bet the lyrics might sound sad but it never feels sad. I never you know it feels joyful. Let's listen to.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 5 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He had burns all over his arms, and I knew there's cigarette burn. Come on his parents. Says dead on and it was and he said, You don't want to kill him. See you. Me to E just tried to be as honest as I can. About everything I say. Now almost 82 years old Paulson rights that no longer a boy he lived and filled the years. And saw thousands of hills and oceans and forests and mountains and cities. He's running Iditarod and sail to the Sea of Cortez, and he's still picking up survival stories. I have learned one thing about surviving. You should look down at the water hole before you go down and kiss your crocodiles. I wish I had done that when I was young. It's still there. The surviving Gary Paulsen's memoir onto the woods is out now. Samantha Balaban NPR news Fake pockets. They're awful. You go to put your hand your keys your phone into them and, oh, no women and girls have had to deal with this problem for years. Well, a seven year old decided to complain to her favorite clothing brand Old Navy. That story later today on all things considered tune in by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. Back in the 19 seventies, Memphis gospel artist Elizabeth King was one of the few women leading an all male group Elizabeth King and the Gospel souls They had a hit on the Divine label with I heard the voice heard the voice of Jesus say. Hello to my daughter Wear it one. King eventually put her career on hold to raise 15 Children. Now at 77 years old, she's back in the studio and in front of the mic with her new album living in the last days. Long journey. Oh, no journey under one. Elizabeth King joins me now from Memphis. Welcome to the program. Thank you. First I have to say 15 kids. That was a lot.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

"And if you're keeping people in your life, that shouldn't be in your life. That's an in action and as a consequence exactly. Elizabeth you are truly remarkable and truly amazing and and so so loving and so giving and so caring and I am so glad to have wage is your path become your friend and have you on the living the live-action show now. I know the best way to reach you is by Instagram. Yeah. What is your at sign a sign of Coach Elizabeth King and emphasize on the Elizabeth part because my name is spelled differently than most Elizabeth. It's felt was in fact it is l i s a b e t h coach Elizabeth King. Absolutely. Well, we have some questions and I want to bring them to the audience..

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:28 min | 6 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Thanks so much for coming back and speaking with us again. It's always a pleasure. Thanks for having me. Scott widen saul is a writer and co founder of project snowstorm which tracks and studies snowy owls and of the critical connections project which tracks the migration of birds. That breed on. National park lands in alaska. His new book is a world on the wing. The global odyssey of migratory birds coming up. Ken tucker reviews the first full length solo album from gospel singer elizabeth king. This is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message come from e-trade trading isn't for everyone but he trait is whether it saving for a rainy day or your retirement you trade. Has you covered. They can help you check your financial goals off your list and with a team of professionals giving you support when you need it. You can be confident that your money is working hard for you get more than just trading with each raid to get started today. Visit each eatright dot com slash. Npr for more information each rate securities llc member finra sipc. Elizabeth king is a gospel singer. Who made some recordings in the nineteen seventies mostly with a male gospel group. The gospel souls but she left the music business to raise fifteen children. Now in her late seventy she's released her first full length solo album her first new music and four decades. It's called living in the last days and rock critic. Ken tucker says it's gospel music that will transport month believers and non-believers ohio. The one.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In the podcast of them are available as well at a hill Tell website Find that Dr. Berserk First, a little background on John Winter before we go to the writings that are included in the American Heritage reader at Hillsdale. Who is he? Why do we care? Yeah. Thanks to you, And thanks for everything you've done for Hills Delta. It's just fantastic. So John Winthrop. I mean, you look at his years he was born in 15 88 and died in 16 49, which means that He was living in one of the most interesting and tumultuous times in English history. Got Queen Elizabeth King James King Charles, Of course, the Puritan Civil War that happens it towards the end of his life. Winthrop himself grew up in a very kind of upper middle class family with a home that was very welcoming even to Catholics, despite the fact that he was very devout Puritan, the very developed Congregationalist, but he grew up in a very tolerant house. Ended up going to Cambridge for a couple of years, didn't graduate there but did go for a couple of years and became one of these figures who, once there was a movement to come to America and to start colonizing America. He wasn't the very first person to recommend that, but once it was recommended to him He became kind of the first great organizer that we can think of of the people who come over and settle here. So we have four major groups that settle in America. We have The Quakers who come to Pennsylvania. We have the Anglicans who go to Virginia, The Scotch Irish who settle all over the place. But of course for us on this discussion this morning. It's really the Puritans of New England that matters so much and Winthrop was really at the center of that, and it's fascinating to read. Not only how he organized the journey coming over to America, but just the frontier conditions, which were horrible for several years in the way that they had to survive in the wilderness. And try and make things work with only very limited supplies and often very low morale. It was Winthrop who really pulled through that experiment, ultimately resulting in about 21,000 people migrating Toe live under John Winthrop's rule that is to live in colonial New England. And that's when you think about those those years. Just 16 29 to 16 41 where you've got 21,000 people coming on that that doesn't count the people who are going to the other colonies. That's just in New England. It's pretty stunning, and when through really spent most of his career as governor, there were times as we saw in the second document, where he's no longer governor, but a magistrate, But he was governor more often than not of the hole, Massachusetts Bay Colony and I think, you know, by almost any standard did, um, astounding job, I think. It was, Reagan said. He was a great freedom man. And I think there was truly something about that in the way that we look at Winthrop's rule, hit the balance a lot of things, but I think overall he was an extremely effective statesman. When you when you sent Larry Night the memo to help us get ready for this. I read a line. Give me a little chill. I want people to read because I've never heard it described this way. The Puritans were one of the four great free folk migrations of the colonial period, along with the Anglicans to Virginia and the Chesapeake, the Quakers to Pennsylvania and Delaware and the Scots Irish to various parts of the English colleague. The four great free folk. I've never heard it. Put that way. Dr Berger before is that a common technical term? You know, I take that That's from a book that I really like. And I decided that in that memo that I sent to you and Larry, it's a book called Albie in See David Hackett Fischer. And he is the subtitle is the four British folk ways in America, and he described them as these kind of cultural ways of understanding and the reason it's the four free is because obviously it doesn't include those who are being brought from Africa so the Africans would be the fifth migration. Of course they're They're coming against their own. Will there in slave doctor aren't have you ever heard of you to use that came the four great free folk. Well, I know bread for a long time. So cool. Oh, Manjula. Why I have not read Albie in seed. So now I have to read Charles Carroll and L. B and C. When we come back, we'll talk about the two readings. Art in the American heritage, a reader by the way, it's available at Hill failed dot e. D u You have to pay for it. But there's a lot that tree and Hill tail, not CTU,.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:46 min | 11 months ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"You've a great quote in the introduction. Of the new book from Sculptor Elizabeth King and I'd love to hear you. Explain this or give examples of how it can apply or might apply the quote from Elizabeth King is process saves us from the poverty of our intentions. What does that mean? There would be no book if it weren't for that quote from Elizabeth King. I don't know how it ended up on my desk came from somebody else who took credit for the quote and I started tracking down because it's so resonated with me and after talking to him, he acknowledged well, someone else really said at first and I found this woman and if you close your eyes and visualize a sculptor, you might be visualizing. Her and if you think about how she lives her life and the number of hours, she puts into each piece of work it's extraordinary and they made a documentary of some of her work which you can see on Amazon I had never heard of her but now she's my friend and I've learned so much from that one sentence what she's saying is this. Tomorrow morning when you wake up. You probably won't feel like engaging in the practice. and. If you do, you probably won't feel that way the next day. that. What we do is once decide we decide that were runner and runners go every day we decide were a blogger and bloggers blog every day. And that decision. Lightens the cognitive load so much 'cause there's no time. No reason to negotiate with ourselves because we already had the meeting we already decided now question is not should we go or not the question is left to right but we're going are there other macro decisions like that in your life that you could give examples of saving yourself from the poverty of intentions or from the Whimsey of how you feel on different mornings? Well. So the the other one which is as big as that one is I think authenticity is a crock and I think authenticity is overrated and talked about far too much. The problem with authenticity is it selfish authenticity enables us to say whatever we want and if people don't like it while I was just being authentic. It is a ticket to self absorbed inconsistency. And I don't think anybody we serve wants that I think what they want is consistency I think they want us to make a promise and keep it and the reason it's called work not a hobby is because I made a promise. And so I decided a really long time ago that.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"So we got high story. Talk on, we got. Yeah and then we've got this speculation, but we also here. No, we have. We have proof of the discovery of these quote. Unquote Curative. POWERS RIGHT BECAUSE IT turns out. One British explorer did actually make it to the Arctic and did seem to find a unicorn of sorts. Yes, Martin Fraga. Sure we've on before if I'm not mistaken a very well-known British explorer, who went to the Arctic in fifteen, seventy seven. And when he returned, he brought with him a six foot long. Tusk that he had found on what he referred to as a Dead Sea Unicorn. And he test this great. He'd tested the tasks medical potency by putting spiders inside. When the spiders died, he declared that the horns. We're effective in neutralizing their poison. Brilliant deduction there and then he gave it to Queen Elizabeth. Has a gift and she. You know respected this guy and thought that his methods were sound, and she was so impressed that she ordered that it be preserved alongside the British crown jewels, which is like a phrase that we used to refer to any of the like highest regarded. You know very very tightly guarded things in any situation, the crown jewels of automobiles. This is the crown jewels, and then the the Narwhal Horn was right alongside it and the late sixteen hundreds. We have Christian the V of Denmark His throne like game of thrones fashion made out of Unicorn, horns that had been pricey and that was used for coronation ceremonies. Yeah and now now we're getting to a an important turn in our story because we understandably have to wonder right. Did everyone take this at face value? Did literally nobody test the product here? It turns out. Someone did after Elizabeth King James the first takes the throne, and according to Nigel Suckling, the author of a book named UNICORNS. King James was a little bit skeptical. He was a little bit more of a critical thinker. Perhaps a little bit less credulous, and he purchased a horn, he said look I spent so much money on this I dropped so much scratch. I gotta try this out so the way the way that he did it. which is not super ethical. Is this he poisoned? Poisoned one of his servants, and then he's gave them an antidote made of this powdered Unicorn Horn keep in mind. This is supposed to be the one hundred percent cure for any and all things poisonous The servant died, and so James is conclusion was not not necessarily that Unicorn Horn didn't work instead, he thought maybe he bought a fake one. which to me is I know someone died and I. Don't WanNa be a terrible person, but that's that's Kinda ridiculous right I'll. It's fine minutes been long enough we can. We can poke a little fanatic. It is ridiculous. I wonder if he did it like knowingly. You know with the claim believing that he was going to be cured by the Union of the powder Unicorn. And he was like you know co What's the word? It was consensual poisoning. Can. Central poisoning is in King James the First Bible Guy. He's the Bible Guy Right. Yeah, that's correct the King James version of the Bible. It IT'S A it's a story all its own, its own episode, but Long Story Short back in sixteen o four King James. Sometime around the time he was You know consensually poisoning servants during his reign. He authorized a new translation of the Bible. Totally to. You know shore up his own his own power structure, so he was a smart guy again, maybe not super ethical but here's the deal we see. This test fails write, so he assumes I. GotTa Counterfeit Horn but. There's a reason not Really Trading Unicorn Horn for curative properties today, and that is the two forces..

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The lives of G eazy, Dr dre ice cube or depicted in what twenty fifteen movie, oh, I saw this movie pass. Just go ahead. What does calling for portray in the two thousand ten movie, the king's speech, the king king? What's his face? The one the father of Queen Elizabeth king. I don't know. But the second one is straight outta Compton. And king Philip king. George George King Edward Edward king. Edward time's expired now review Hege before we get into that you doing okay. Good boy that was very frenetic pace in. My side the studio so the look in your eyes. I usually don't look right into your eyes to look in your eyes had that like I could end up in jail by the. A lot of coffee. Now, you to what does the title of Dolly Parton nine hundred eighty bio pic named after her hit song of the same name. Here's coal miner's daughter. That's not true. Nope. That's wrong. I call b s that is not Dolly Parton pic that is Loretta Lynn's by OPEC. Sorry. Not to be a know it all but the. You remember on Sesame Street? The there were these two monsters in zoos. Yep. Googly eyes. That's the vibe you're putting out right now is it. It's just nonstop between fund you, so my answer is Loretta Lynn. Coal miner's daughter. All right. All right. So that's just wiped expunged from the record. You're supposed. Did you get it? Right. No, okay. Many colors. I did nine to five information on that one. All right. It's almost getting fired today. Good question to a what was the lives of G eazy, Dr dre ice cube are depicted in what twenty fifteen move the answer looking for here straight outta Compton. Both answer that correct. Could that not be a blind spot for you? Donna, I don't know. It's like watching. She's like Slumdog millionaire right now, he's going into this automatically. Let me think about where I was twenty fifteen. Okay. It was real popular. I sold at the AMC and Eden. Prairie. Okay. And then the third question is who does calling for portraying the two thousand ten movie, the king's speech answer looking for here is King, George the sixth. We need that sixth to make the answer. Correct. Which means we're going into a tie-breaker here for the record. I want King George. I said do you need a number? He said, preferably. I said the third. No. Is it the sixth? Let's go the third. Wow. I feel very very conflicted right now. But I'm not I'm just gonna let it go. Just going to let it go conflicted about. I just feel like I would have gotten that number one. Right. Had it been presented, correct? Bad information. All I can do is answer the questions. Harass identify the actor in this two thousand eight no you wouldn't have though if he said, Loretta Lynn. Oh, got in coal mining daughter. Oh, okay. Yes. But you'd still guest the different name. I see I see because you guessed coat of many colors. I technically there was no Dolly Parton by you went off of Edward. We still got credit. Here comes a tiebreaker. Identify the actor speaking in this two thousand and four actor bio pic? Sonal great moments. Are born great opportunity. And that's what you have here. Oh, this is the actor you want. What's his face playing? The dirty New York Mattis made if guy it's Robert Robert. It's a guy. Oh,.

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"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth kings" Discussed on Harmontown

"Thanks yeah hi i'm of the opinion that you should just take it easy and let yourself i have been i have been i'm i'm sorry do you deal with your two young you've never dumb not gonna ask but you've never dealt with like guide rob your your your your do you have do you have german nation phases where you're like i'm done i'm i don't yeah yeah i can't work i'm desiccated them i will say one of the things the internet good thing about the internet was that we were writing i was writing every a lot of into a deadline boorda the deadline in your hand so i do like it i think of it very much like oh this is my job my job is writing and so i have to do my job and so yeah use us all right well have anything to plug don't high road me i wasn't too mortgage i have anything to plug a live show to lyric period with anna surgeon witt thomas and they've sort of come up with these personas who are poets and they're gonna do it straight as as a almost like a straight poetry reading or something and then they came to me and said we want you to be the person who curates the event we're not going to tell you what to do you just do whatever so i'm this character that i've sort of been creating over the last couple of months named ephraim elizabeth king sort of like a composite of any writing instructor i had in college it's we've never had you carrying on this show like your character work is amazing.

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