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Ilumina El Camino
"Bienvenidos, queridos hoy entes, a otro episodio de lumina del camino. A aquí en globo one voice. Hoy descugriremos labrigientes que recidé de entro y alrededor de nosotros. Soy buestrón fitrion y el biaje de hoy es un llamado abrazar la los interiór, una los que nos llama a hacerbaliente, para verlo y caminar a traves de él. En la sinfonia de nuestra existencia, el miedo muchos veces de la labrigientes que nos embuelve. Pero aquí está la verdar. A los atualrededor y eso racer los suficientemente valiente para reconocer su presencia. Es un recordatorio de que nuestras vidas, orque estadas por un propósito superior, concedenos la capacidad de vendicir a otros. Entonces, como ser es humanos, tenemos el poder de ser la labrigiente en la vida de otras personas. Las venticiones y vinas que nos anconcedidos son destinados extender se entrecí. Sine embargo, en nuestra busqueda del exitó, optenemos y siempre pazar por alto el profundo impacto de simplest actos de bondar. Así que considera esto y recuerdas siempre que tu amigo, tu vecino, tu familia pueden se la clave para desblockar tu destino. De vido a que los conectores de destinidos, el imitan a filas de multimillionarios o ser notoriamente rico. Residenen las personas que comparte en nuestro día a día. Vidas, a menudo en el tejido mismo de nuestras comunidades. Liberamos de las sataduras de la indifferentia. Siempre allos a nuestro alrededor y nuestra el desafío consistencer los suficientemente valiente para ver abrazarlo, abrazarlo y compartirlo. Nos estratas solo dedar regalos materiales. Se trata de impartirse a viduría, ofrecer orientación y mostrar a otros el camino hacia su propia brilliantes. Así que mientras navigamos por el tapís de la vida, seamos dos suficientemente valientes como para reconocer la luz de entro y alrededor de nosotros. Seamos el reverso de la inspiración, la bondad de orientación que este mundo tandes esperadamente necesita. Y juntos podemos illuminar el camino hacia un futuro más brilliante enclusivo. Gracias por ser parte de este viajes clarecedor. Si disfrutaste el episodio de hoy, no lo olvides. Para suscribirse, compartir y dejar una resume. Siganos en la rede sociales para octener actualizaciones. Y siganos caminando de la mano mano, bridiendo una luz para un mundo que se acompazivo en poderado unido.
A highlight from Final de Glatas
"Saludos a todos aquellos que nos decuchas en dicias y para nosotros es un placer que ustede tenco nosotros una ver a mas y como siempre nuestra querida Lulu, Hano, David, y nuestra querido Andres con nosotros y nuestra una de nuestra productoras ejecudiba So today we're going to be talking about the book Galatas and what we're thinking about the discussions we're going to have during the past two episodes. Y estas por escuchar en podcasto. Dicias y. Comenzamos. Cambió su imagen de Pablo. O tal vez, no se sí, hacer la preguntos. O hacerme la preguntamí mal bien. Yo soy el que estado más anti -Paulino de diaze tiempo. Esta... No se. Te gusto. Te gusto Pablo en este acarta. No se. No se. Yo saba legendo. Bueno, estaba escuchando un podcaste de Bart Ehrman. Y el estaba hablando de como. El formato que utilizaba Pablo y estas cosas era. De ira muchas iglesias. De abrir las, de formar las, dejar al grupo que se encargaba o la casa. Y después, se suponía que les escribía cartas relatimamente, comodo de veces al año. Cartas bien bien serías y después cartas pequeñitas. Entonces esta funcion de Pablo estar escribiendo un montón de cartas. Er algo muy normal. Y solo tenemos siete verdad. Cuando devieron haber existido sientos, desiento, desientos. Entonces, esta muy triste pensar que todas esta tíología se aformado solamente de esta siete que tenemos. Que se logran ya entre los profesionales y academico desir que esta siete síson realmente del. Y no se es complejo pensar que tenemos una tampokito de la visión de Pablo. Y ha una sí esto fe sufiente para construir todo el cristianidmo que tenemos ahora. a Entonces, un que en esta carta, un que gala, tas puedo un pablo más universalista, más pensando en la gente, tratando de salir de todas las cosas que yo detesto de las traditionales, de estas cosas que a carriaban por años, de las circumstances que la carne, a una siento que me frustra saber que con esto se construyó todo lo que conocenos en este momento. Y no puedo no ver los huecos o lo diferente que ver a puedo habercido, si veramos puedo habener más cosas. Y no solo de Pablo, verdad un muchísimas personas que escribián. Entonces, no se yo estado pensando para el final dese episodio, tengo una semana pensando que puedo decir, porque no se si cambió algo, no se si me diosperanza, no se si me ayudo a mi personalmente. No se que piensa en los tres. I think that I think that if we were to have a much more material in the way we base our children, there is no sufficient way. There is always a good way and I think that they are super good at the good way. Y estado crito, estado dito y no hay paseo para que dios y gaba hablando moviendo, se doe es arroyando la idea y la volucion del pensamiento, y se han un cueramos volucionado tambuoco. Como crencia, no? Como y delugia. Si y con la liberta que tenemos arrita. Y hací y pele ang y no se ponen da cual, imáginen se situdieran dos 40 caltas adicionales, que erán, que lo que habese no entenemos, erán caltas que se cribián es precipicamente para tradal una situación en ese iglesia local. Y queremos hacer la deología universal cuando aycosa inclusiva, que dentro de la míma iglesia pablo cambiado opinion, porque en la primera calta por ejemplo a lo corintio, el hablo una cosa y en la segunda para que dicen que no en la segunda, que hablo mejor vera la tercero la cualta cambiado opinion, y dice mira yo en el anterio el diegerto, pero a lo mejor fum pogo muy severo, que tal sí hacemos estí. Se giobedona. Ahora, no de me quedé. Se que he doas y. Pero que en folto el último que diego.
A highlight from SPECIAL REPORT: SBF TRIAL 09/25 Update
"Welcome to the SBF trial, a Coindesk podcast network newsletter bringing you daily insights from inside the courtroom where Sam Bankman -Fried will try to stay out of prison. Follow the Coindesk podcast network to get the audio each morning with content from the Coindesk regulation team and voiced by Wondercraft AI. If convicted of wire fraud and or conspiracy charges, FTX founder Sam Bankman -Fried will probably spend quite a bit of time behind bars. But there's a good chance the 31 -year -old won't spend the rest of his life in prison. Bankman -Fried's trial tied to the operation and collapse of FTX and its affiliated hedge fund, Alameda Research, kicks off next week. Prosecutors will have to prove that he knowingly lied to his customers or lenders, knew it was wrong, was trying to defraud them, or knowingly worked with at least one other person to try and defraud lenders, customers, or investors. The burden of proof rests on the prosecution's shoulders. The defense team, in contrast, only has to convince a jury that the U .S. Department of Justice didn't successfully make its case that Bankman -Fried violated the law. The charges themselves are committing wire fraud on FTX customers, conspiring to commit wire fraud on FTX customers, committing wire fraud on Alameda Research lenders, conspiring to commit wire fraud on Alameda Research lenders, conspiring to commit securities fraud against FTX investors, conspiring to commit commodities fraud against FTX customers, and conspiring to commit money laundering to hide the proceeds of wire fraud on FTX customers. Of these, only charges one and three, wire fraud on FTX customers and Alameda Research lenders, are substantive charges, meaning the Department of Justice is alleging that Bankman -Fried himself actively committed the crimes. The DOJ in its proposed jury instructions asked Judge Lewis Kaplan to clarify that there is no need to prove that the crime or crimes actually were committed with conspiracy charges unlike the substantive charges. The fraud -related charges are relatively similar, Jordan Estes, a partner at Kramer Levin, told Coindesk. They all involve Bankman -Fried allegedly lying to customers or lenders. The DOJ will focus on the lies and deceit they're claiming he engaged in. Part of this is intent, Estes said. If Bankman -Fried's defense team can prove he didn't intend to try and commit fraud, he may be found not guilty of the charges arrayed against him. The defense's job is to argue that the DOJ did not make its case. With an advice of counsel defense, which Bankman -Fried's attorneys have said they'll make, the argument may be that the FTX founder ran his actions by his lawyers while at the exchange, and they okayed them. The DOJ noted that under federal sentencing guidelines, convictions under the wire fraud, wire fraud conspiracy, and money laundering conspiracy charges each carry a 20 -year maximum prison sentence, while the commodities fraud, securities fraud, and campaign finance conspiracy charges each carry a maximum five -year sentence. Totaled, the original eight charges Bankman -Fried faced—one was later dropped—carried a total sentence of 115 years. Though there's headlines suggesting Bankman -Fried could spend over 100 or 150 years in prison, in reality, he will likely spend nowhere near that much time behind bars should he be convicted. For one thing, even if there's multiple convictions, the sentences are more likely to be concurrent than consecutive. Several lawyers Coindesk spoke to said that Bankman -Fried, if convicted, could spend 10 to 20 years or so in prison, given the severity of the crimes and the estimated losses. Of course, Judge Kaplan has broad discretion, and he will ultimately set the final sentence. Even 20 years is a pretty long time. That's an entire human growing up to adulthood, or greater than the amount of time it's been since the first iPhone was released to its transforming much of society. Want to follow along? Sign up for Coindesk's new daily newsletter, The SBF Trial, bringing you insights from the courthouse and around the case. You can get the podcast each day right here by following the Coindesk Podcast Network. Thanks for listening.
"estes" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
"Pablo presented to Sara, as the celestial Jerusalem, explaining that the final promise of the city does not have so much to do with who is here, internally speaking, if what are the decisions that move, or are now, to an end, to open the doors to the whole world, it does not mean that it does not have to be complete, the traditions and certain values of the city, because at the end of the presentation, the message is a city. It has to be a promised city. It has to be the response of the city. It has to be another way of approaching it. It is very good. We can romanticize it, we can do... We can rationalize it, we can adjust it, and it is valid, because it is spirituality, but we can not allow this to be a reality. Pablo is presenting an alternative to Judaism. He is not limiting Judaism, as you know. He is presenting a new alternative to Judaism, where Jesus is the response that he expects from the message. So, he says, we do not have to be desperate, because we do not want to be like a god, like a god, like a god. No, not for a eternal life, not for a celestial life. And it is a choice between these analogies, and if you are going to be desperate for the eternal life, you are like a god. It is the faith that is waiting for the things to happen, the cultural norms. But if you understand that this is going to happen, you can do as you want, to create a new reality. In the name of what we do, because this is what we are doing, this is the reality of what we hope to be the message, because it is going to happen, for example, in the name of this reality, we are feeling that Jesus is the message, because the promise, and this promise, the reality is going to be salvation. A salvation for what is possible, and Pablo said that there is the apocalypse that is going to happen, because it is the anterior cart that we are commenting on. The Christ's words are the first words that we have heard, and then we find them. I don't know what else to say, maybe in 2020, or in the years that we are here, I don't know what else to say. I think that in the book, there is a phrase, well, I've already mentioned it in the text, where he says that he is waiting for the promise. So, in the beginning, the question of the Lord is, who is on this planet? And why can they import this? They don't have any idea how to do it. It is interesting to relate to this, because they are going to join in on a promise that was made to Abraham. It is something that, in all the capital, well, the people of the United States are talking about, a promise is already there. So, as I said earlier, with all the other questions, here they are saying this, because if they are saying this to the Gentiles, then there is no promise. The promise was made to Abraham, and to Jesus, as the Lord mentioned in the verses. So, there is a promise that was made to Abraham, so that it was completed. So, this promise is going to be like a resolution, a message. A message that doesn't wait for other cultures, doesn't wait for the Greeks, doesn't wait for other places. The message is a very good concept. This is what we are talking about in this context. And I remember what I was asking, what I was planning to do, that to be able to do all of this, to be able to share the Bible with Judea, to be able to do it in a way that can be implemented in the past decades, but I think that this is always the norm, to share the Bible, to share the Bible from the perspective of Judea, in its context, in its time, from which you are describing a Pharisee of Pharisees, like Pablo, and that's why when we talk about the Bible, we ask ourselves, what does this mean for Calvin? What does this mean for Martin Luther? What does this mean for my Baptist wife? What does this mean for... For the mirror. For the mirror. Ok, ok. So, we ask ourselves, what does this mean for us as contemporary people, and what do we want to understand, what do we want to interpret, because we are trying to answer the question, because we are not going to test it 100%, but the question is, what is the Bible saying, what is its meaning, what is its mission, what is its vision, what is it that it is thinking, what is it describing? Not, not so much, what it thinks is, there is posterity, there are reformators, there are Catholics, etc., because there is something that needs to be interpreted, there are things in front of its horizon, but I think the question is, what is it that is trying to tell us about this idea that is predicting a Judea message, and a promise that can be made to the Greek people? And the answer to the question is, it is necessary, I mean, the critics of the cultural text are trying to understand this, and I would like to say that, I think that the Bible says that there is a sort of mirada that is new, and I invite everyone to consider it, because there is a line here that is not yet considered, there is a new perspective of the Bible, a new perspective of the Bible, empty right, empty right, but this recently has been passed, well, this new perspective has not been new, there have been several decades, but if we look at it a little bit, it seems like we always look at the Bible with a Catholic mentality, or Reformed, or Lutheran, and empty right is an invitation to see it with the people of Judea, that it is the Bible, so that is why I think we need this value in interpretation, I would really like to start by saying, not with what you think of the Bible, I know that many things are not in the Bible, but try to understand it, because I know that what David mentioned, David, the Bible says that the world is going to cover it immediately, the study that we want to do, we are going to do, the Bible thinks about it, or at least it thinks about it, but it tries to understand it from its own vision, it tries to understand... And it is also thinking about it at the same time. It is thinking about it at the same time, but it tries to understand the texts that it thinks about, that it describes, or the first of the sketches, and it doesn't have to be the remascals that come to the interpretation of the Bible. So I think that it is something that has to do with the recognition, with this new perspective of the Bible, with empty rights, so there you can see that it is always there, or it is not always there. In the Bible, you interpret the things that are in the Bible, but I think we need a lot of resources, more than anything, to understand more about the history and try to understand, the thinking of the Bible. And I believe that there is no place in the world of Judaism, without what is here, to adopt all the Gentiles through the messages, to do good things, or to be justified, because the world has come to pass. Excuse me, this podcast continues... This was a production of Christian Podcasts in Spanish. 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"estes" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
"For you, really, to be a human, you have to be in Panama, and you have to, because like us, you have to go all over the world, and you have to go to the United States in September, and what do you mean? All of that is happening. You have no idea, because you do not know it, but it is in Chile. It is happening. It is happening, but it is happening in Chile. In this case, I established these things because they are saying that they are going to rob and they are saying that they are going to steal their money. But they are saying that they are going to steal their money. No, no. They are not going to steal their money. Yes, there is a difference, Paolo. David, because Paolo on the third, he said that he also said to us, when we were young, when we were young, we were referring to the fudios. And when we were young, we were talking about the dimensions of the world. There was an interpretation, which I do not know where, that in reality, what is referring to is the peripherals that are the doors of the world. But more or less, they are speaking of the same and of the fudios. But more or less, they are saying that they are going to steal our money. In this case, I do not know if the fudios will serve us, for nature, for us. But more or less, they are saying that they are going to steal our money from the fudios, which are going to steal the money from the fudios, which are going to steal the money that they are going to sell. But anyway, the Fudios are looking at a fudio, which is just looking at the fudios. They are saying, look, And I think, as you know, I was born to be able to see the rudiments, to see the practices that were in place for the same reason. And instead of being able to see, you have to practice those things. So, for Pablo, like the genteel of Galatia, the two practical things that were part of their culture, like David, David, and so, what Pablo is saying is that there is a push in the base, as you know, from the New York, to the New York border, or the places that you want to see, to see them. We will see them. We will see them, and a little bit of us, as the genteel will see us, and we will see them. So, I don't know if this is responding to your question. Yes, I would say that if you go there, there will be a report, and a letter, and a letter. But at the same time, there will be a letter, and a letter, and you will be able to see them in real life. No. At the end of the day, we have to see how easy it is to use symbolic figures. To use symbolic figures is very important to explain the transition to the end of the day. To the end of the day? And what do you mean? To the end of the day? No, I can't say. But you have to be gentle with the word. No, I want to say. For me... No, for this, no. For this, I start here, and I go to the fourth, I speak of the filiation. Filiation is the adaption. And what Pablo is explaining... For example, for example, there is a comparison between the values of the city and the values of the city. And he says that the city is the values of the city, the promises, and the values of the city are the values of the city. No, no, no, no. No, no, no, no. I also said that the city is the values of the city. Or the same values of the city are the values of the city. What you are saying, Pablo, is... Look. You have two. If you live by the essential values of the city, if you live by the norms of the city, which are the cultural values, and you live by the fact that the city is the values of the city, the values of the city, or the city is the values of the city, we are going to have to talk about it at the end of the presentation. It is poignant. It is poignant. It is not like the city is not real. I don't want to be talking about the values of the city, as the promises.
"estes" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
"Muy bonito, como, pero encuentro que es una muy, muy reducada interpretación porque, o, o, o pontender entonces que lo que pábla está siento que lo que está hablando a los galatas que entonces a los galatas son grego judeo, grego como, como una vez de vílos llamos como estas grego que son sympathizante ter judeímo, como que no le está hablando cabeza de pescado, no le está hablando es cosas extrañal, está hablando cosas que yo entienden, entonces tiemdo a vensar que esta ministério de pábola los gentiles, es un poco diffrazao, y a los gentiles que quiero en serjudeo y que estamos trando una mejor forma de serjudeo, porque a la blalene de la leí a un que da víz diga que tiene que ver con los principios universale más atlante, habla especificamente de abraám y de isage de imál entonces como que no, no, no lo veo tan universale creo que es bien especifico de la una relijón pointual y que está hablando de la ejente que están tendiendo, de que está hablando y a pero la lei, oye, pero la lei, fue de puede abraám de isage y de imál no se hano tienen aqui, veronos. Pero es parte de la tradícion judea, no es parte de la tradícion de el grego. Pero es parte de la tradícion judea ante de que existir ano judeo, no se hano es una esculpa de abraám. Pero es una esculpa de abraám, pero Pablo hace utilizá la historia de abraám para establecer la legoria acerca de la carne de la piritu y como la lei es contraría precisamente a la lei de la piritu. Y está chevere la pregación de dang y corre, pero y lo recitero, porque lo dije, en una episodeo de entero con un pessamos de gallata. Así, como cuando llegó la te ología de rápto, que hoy en día se concidera orthodoxia, or válida, fue por el tiempo que se fue predicando y hablan de hablando, y llegó el punto donde se atenido que entonces levantares cuela donde enseñen y agan lo marabale para encajar lo que por muchos años anterió el centenía diferente, y lo mímo con esto movimiento de ráice de brea, porque no yo que tengo 48 años, en el no entido, yo empece escuchar a Ted Simon y se me vidó el nombre del otro como el ciánic minutes, y a míme parece algo entro dinario, eh... ah... y yo son ravinos judíos no gente le son judíos que se conviltieron y sieron comunitario con el fin de prádicale el mesias a otro judíos, entonces eso fue evolucirando, y ahora lo que vemos es y lo bebo aqui en Puerto Rico que una eglesia un amigo mío, entro a ráice ebrea, y literalmente todo el mundo estamán, porque yo encontrarón la panacea en la ráice ebrea, y ahora todo la manera que si interpretaba, ahora y que I interpretala y de hecho, el mímo da vie establisho, como Pablo era de las, da vie, tú lo mencionate en la religione, y usted la palabra religione, mítéricas, correcto, que hay esta muito mucha otra cosa que no dienen a guevel con la ráice judía, por lo danto, entonces, hay un factol que no en caja en el torcer la applicación entiene, si correo, adelante. Yo creo que si, que Pablo era profundamente judío, que si utilizaba la literatura agriga, la usierto, usaba estiertos elementos también, pero mayra muy, muy, muy judío porque utilizaba conceptos, que son propios del judaísmo, como lo es la resurrección, este encarne, si ayocaciones donde parece que Pablo establan al iniado a lo que son las escuelas mistericas, pero con una with a with a particularidad de que cuando habla del alma, para el alma, para el griego, si significaba como esto spiritual, como algo, que se desprende del cuerpo, y se se para el cuerpo, y entralidad el griego, que era qué tienía las relijones mistericas o era partidiario de esto, ellos se credían que el alma que daba consiente, pero en la cultura, judían no era si, el abreo no pensaba de esa manera, para el abreo, el alma era lo míno que el cuerpo, el cuerpo alma y el spirito, si conformaban un ser, pero era un ser, unidos, no es como que el spirito se habá por un lado, el alma se habá por el otro, y el cuerpo se habá por otro lado, no when you mention the word alma, it refers to the person, so there are certain differences in dimension, when you mention the person, or when you mention the word person, you mention the word that is introduced as alma, which is not in the real world, but in a real world of alma, según, los griegos, lo comprenden, si no según el judísmo, o el debreo, lo comprenden, y está bien claro cuando pablo, le predicar los atenienses, y le cinpiesa hablar, su forma dentrada, es y por me diós de los dióses que es están adorando, y encuentrá una dar por aídice, bueno, este deo que eso una relijosos, en todo, y que tienen aío, una altar al diós, no conocido, que yo vengo hablar les dese diós, se está utilizando los elementos griegos, los elementos mistericos, pero al final, el ese empieza hablar de la resurrección, y es cuando yo dedicen, ah, ya habablo tramos escuchar no trocación, porque eso no iba con forma lo que yo estreían, hosa a ellos les gustó y le llamo la atención, cuando pablo, les estaba ano por su lado, hablando le acerca de los elementos o del las relijones mistericas, o usando los elementos mistericos, pero en el momento, en que le habla acerca de la resurrección, que para el judío, la resurrección era encarne, porque el judío no se para el alma del cuerpo, para ellos sono un solo ser, una persona, tus cuando el esa la deso, los atenies disenapos, ya, ya tambos escuchar no el locación, porque para ellos, no tenía illogicar lo que pablo, les estaba izián, no, tus es en ese, en eso, yo siento, yo pienso que pablo sierra muy fudio, y estoy a cuerdo con muchos eruditos, que pienson que pablo, sierra muy fudio en sus conceptos, porque un que todo apunta, que si la escartos por un escritas en grego, tenía elementos quieran propios de los gregos, el pensamiento de pablo, los conceptos que pablo utilizar, si son bien judío, sientos es judío, no se, pablo no se esta partando, in un momento, de la ley, y volvo el retero, que de lo que pablo, esta siento una emphasis es en cuanto, esos elementos, que los ravinos, or los judíos, fuero una gregando, para poder se ese hacer justificado, porque en definitiva, la carta de galla tás, lo que esta tratando ese el punto de como los genteeles poyen se ese hacer justificados, porque entran personas que bien en de parte de Jerusalem, y entié, ese hacer nueces que ese hacer parte el pueblo de Isael, o del pueblo de el ejido por dios, porque ese no tiene la circumcision, pero ese son de pablo, los empiesas de fende, y eso y gamae.
"estes" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
"But what happens is that in practice, when you are the group of judges or judges of 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 muddy Tienes y no lo hace puede caro a tuida cuelo que mocha barria de como lo hay entro del protectantimo a dentro de la míma dentro de la míma sombria donde te dice mira no ere no sei no ere ni salvo si tu no hace heto ento se le tanki tando literalmente todo el balol de lo que crypto isso en la cruz de morir en resucital para dar no esa vida la cual Pablo estable se que la lei hama poderada sino que solamente Jesus is a sitar cuelo cabo desir y espero que no sera un hombre de pajar esos a nosotros no estamos de ciendo precesamente que la salvación se a por eso y Pablo's lo que trata esir no es por eso que nos alvos por la cultura no es omos alvos por los mandamientos somos alvos más bien somos justificados es la palabra que va a recurrente mente Pablo de los primos capitulos va a si somos justificados por la fe y eso salvo que debonos dejar claro pero eso no accime que los judíos podían seguir ciendo judíos y guarada sus tradiciones precesamente los capitulos anterior desde que a ele fue en comendado el evangelio de la insele foy amado como judeo que desde así y el que fue amado como genteel que desde así hosa el no va invalidar jamás las sucultura pero a decir que no es necesario que los genteeles la guarada para ser justificados esos por la fe pero cada que em puede seguir guarada sucultura this is my point oh yeah daniel y corre ute son parte la mímiglesia son de la mímigrupo de la mímasecta la mímasecta vuestamos como tesamos cuda aisantes pero ese con o, con el imperdación de la mímigrupo se conocen o sona promos interes que todos córe yo deseres el juel aisantes no no, pero eso son parte de la mímigrupo fícico y la mímiglesia no no no el estan Mexico y el estan de las ah, mira, que mi amar a desde en el juel en el mímiguelo dejatado explicar el trapido que cosa well no, ese responde la pregunta y corre yo, ese somos estudiantes o partidario de estudiar de ese sebreas pero, nos somos parte de la misma congradación y de nominación, cada que ese ensulado y hablamos nombre de los dos porque tenemos un podcas juntos, basically por eso que se llama la cebolla de podcas y como conqueñamos en barrias cosas como que tenemos cierto que pero había y a perfecto en el mismo podcas, aves es el diemos pelamos y aves es nos amos aqué tengrada es que el aplicación por el ntendía yo pense querean two personas y invitar se para aqui, que nos econocientos y me para ese atan extrañe que la dana empludad pero si es son del mimo podcas lo entiendo y ya ok, sigue en hablando emplural bueno gracias mi, mi, mi, mi ar, mi punto va en que suenas super linda todas aplicación.
"estes" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
"I don't know if it's true, but there is a quote from Marco Barriento, that says, he is poor, he is sick, like this, and that's why he can't talk. Do you understand what I'm saying? He can't talk. He can't hear you? Yes. This is one of my favorite things, when he is sick. Well, I have a lot of things to say here. A lot of questions. Do you want to say something? No, I don't want to. Yes, as I represent Andres, I have to say something, I don't want to. Very good, very good. Excellent. I can't be interested in the fact that I see the rudiments of this world. How do you say your version of it? There is a part of it too, that I see the principles of this... the power of the earth. One of the interesting things, the rudiments of this world, I think it's the third, fourth or third. Yes, also the third, when we were kids, we were in the middle of the rudiments of the world. Ah, here you say the spiritual spirit is basic. The spiritual spirit is basic? Is it the third? Do you understand? Yes, the third. I understand. Well, here the version, this version is the rudiments of this world. I'm curious about this phrase, because to be honest, what I'm going to do, I'm going to talk to Pablo here, he's talking about Paris, which I found out that he lives there. But in that, also this phrase of the rudiments of this world, I'm curious about the mention of this in a way that the world doesn't consider it a rudiment of the world in general, the culture or the population, if it was only an exclusive version of Judaism. So, for me, there is a place to understand that the word is not necessarily the word of Judaism, if it's like something else, because you say that it was a rudiment, a basic word, or a way of thinking about the world in general, it's like something else. So, I want to bring a little bit of a vocation, because of how we are leading to Pablo, from our perspective as Christians, as Protestants, and a little bit of reform, and I feel that we need to try to get more in the Judaism of Pablo, in his thinking, what he is trying to say. And what we are trying to do, we are trying to think of this as a general Pablo, and what he is trying to say, because he is going to be in the entire capital, and I think it's very interesting how he says Pablo, not only for another, but what is the theology of Christians, Protestants, and what he is trying to do for justification, for salvation, he is talking about something totally different from what we interpreted as justification. So, Well, I would like to comment on this, because it's a little more detailed, to try to get more in this, but I don't want to say that to start the conversation. I will say that. I would like to say the question, but the contrary, because... The question, but the contrary. To me, I would like to see the attention that here he is telling Pablo, is that I understand that Pablo is telling us, as if we are talking, because we are talking about the law, the precepts of the law, the principles of the law, but it's about the truth, what happens with the rest of the world. Well, no. Do you understand what you are saying? No, precisely, it's what I think we need, we are talking about these things, because when we are talking about the law, we need to think about what is the law in a principle, what is the law of the law. The law of the law are the 10 commandments, which are universal mandates for excellency, to do so, not to do so again, to do so in the first place, not to... For a universal, what do you mean by universal? With universal, there are 10 mandates that are valid and necessary for all cultures, all languages, as they do not do, they do not do, they do not do, they do not do... But they do not do other things? They do not do other things. And who does not apply this? In the context, they apply what they want, what they want, the symbol of the and that is their responsibility. No, but if they do not do it, if they do not do it, if they do not do it, what do they do? What do they do? They only do universal. So they don't do universal? They only do it because they are only the truth? No, they only do it because, for all of us, it is not that they don't do anything because they have only the truth, if that is the reality, only the truth is only the truth. But for the truth, for the truth, for Daniel, the truth is the truth that the law of the law is universal. The law of the law is universal, because there are other things. It is radical. Is that what you are saying, Pablo? So you are saying universal? You are saying that, from the context of what you are saying, Pablo, you are referring to this? Because we are, we are talking about that Pablo is defending a position against certain groups of Jewish people who are trying to turn to the Galatians or the Galatians. You are saying that they are defending a position and what you are saying, to me, it is interesting, because I heard or there was a comment that spoke about the rudiments of the world. One of the things that is going on in the religious sense of rudiments, of a Christian character, are the things, the elemental elements of the exterior things. When Pablo is talking about the rudiments of the world, he is talking about things that are the root of something. In this case, it can be the things that are the exterior things, what is the law of the law, that is what he is defending. Because Pablo, at some point, he is going to find the law of the law, and he is going to find the interpretations that have to do with certain groups of people that are being obligated to the religious side to rule the earth in order to practice certain rituals. To practice certain rituals that are external to what is the elemental, or what is central to what is the internal, because the law is what is internal. So, that is what is being referred to, one of our perspectives, is what is being referred to to the world. And I am talking about the vision or the perspective of a Christian who says that they are the elemental things, or the exterior things, that are the legal ordinances mentioned. What does he have to do with the law, but not precisely with the law established or written. If everything is written, he is talking constantly to Pablo, to say how he is in favor, and sometimes he is in control, sometimes he is exulting the law, and sometimes he is pointing to the law, but if you are testifying in certain words, he is saying how he is speaking the law, the law of the law, or the law for us of the Greek, because the Greek is only mentioned in the same words. But if we see, as the scripture says, and the context of the second time, if we see certain words, we can see that we are not talking about the law, when he says the law of the law, and when he says the law of the law. That is what he is trying to say more or less, than that Pablo does not understand the law. He understands what is the law, and what he is doing to the law. But he continues to do that. Like I said, the final points are different interpretations that we can see when we talk about the law of the law. Because, for example, the basic law, for one day, or one year, is the law that is in the sign. And the final point is a moral law, and it is a law that is addressing cultures. The final point has so many similitudes with so many other laws, for example, the law of the law is so much more important. But this is the law of the law. Of course, there are ritualistic questions and cultural questions that allow us to generate an identity as a nation, as everything, which is also important and can also be used for the law. Because, as I said, if the law does not understand the law of the law, then it will be a national concept. If we can see how I want to understand what is being done, it is referring not to the laws that are attributed to the law, but to all the laws that are required by this law to generate the culture as it is. For this, more than 10 years have been observing the days, months, the elections, and the years, but it is true that I have seen all my efforts for both of them. We have seen for the judges, as for all the nations, the stations, and the cities are important, and the judges have their feasts to say that the cities are free. The cities have been dedicated to the religious mysteries that have been banned by the cities of the country. I have seen a ban on liberty, where at the end of the day, cities are banned by the tradition of the cities, but the culture that doesn't vary, because they don't have the norms, or these questions. This is a question that the world doesn't What people are saying is that to determine their spirituality, we have to take the legal of the culture. We part of it, but the spirituality doesn't have the legal of The So, we have this distinction that I like to say, that there is a part of the law that is valid for all the time, for all the cultures, and there are other types of laws, that are cultural, that are random numbers, that are precepts, the laws of the law, and that is basically what we are trying to So, I think that every time that people mention this here in Galatas, they are referring to the law of the law.
"estes" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
"Hello, hello, to all those who do not know, one of the most dangerous, yes, we thank all those who do not know, today is a day of special night, where we are with various people, we are discussing with Andres, which are vacations, and for Andres to talk with us, Danny or Dan, etc. And also, we are discussing with Emmanuel, who is also with us, and we are discussing whether or not he is with us, and whether or not he is with us completely, right? I'm sorry. Hello, hello, hello. Ah, hello, he is with us, he is with us, and as invited of the night, he is with us, and we are also with him, David and Alejandro, and one of our patrons, as always, our new partner, Paul Reyes. Welcome to everything, it's a pleasure to be here, we are discussing Galatas 4, and I would like to tell you that there is a lecture of various versions of Galatas 4, and I would like to start, Adelante. I would like to know if it is a classic version, or a different one? Let's see, we are going to do the classic version, because I'm going to use the differential of the utility, a common version for the album, and what I can do, because I don't think that the production of the song, or the song, or anything like that, I don't have any problems, because it's not easy for Galatas to do it. I understand. I don't think that the version of the song is much better, and there is a version of it that I like. Of course, of course. Of course, because Pablo... Pablo is much better at the normal version, and Galatas, who is Francois in the song, but as always, the song is the version that is best for the album. You are to listen to the podcast. Yes, yes, yes. Let's go to the next live production. Think about it in a different way. If a father and mother, and two children, are their children, those children are not in the best situation that they are in, so they are in the best situation. Because they are the children of all the positions of their father. They have to be the tutors that are assigned to their father. That's why we say it with us, until we find Christ. We are like children. We are the children of the most basic and spiritual principles of the world. If, when it's complete time, the father is dead, he dies of his illness, he dies of a murder, and his son is dead, but his son is dead. He dies on his own, so that when we compare the liberty of what we are of the dead, we find that they can adopt us as their own children. And from the life that we are their children, they die of the spirit of their children, to our own creation, which is what we call the simple-sex-clamor-aba-padre. Now, they are not his children, they are his own children, and as his own children, they are his own children.
A highlight from Rudimentos De Este Mundo | Glatas 4 con Flavio Velsquez
"Hello, hello, to all those who do not know, one of the most dangerous, yes, we thank all those who do not know, today is a day of special night, where we are with various people, we are discussing with Andres, which are vacations, and for Andres to talk with us, Danny or Dan, etc. And also, we are discussing with Emmanuel, who is also with us, and we are discussing whether or not he is with us, and whether or not he is with us completely, right? I'm sorry. Hello, hello, hello. Ah, hello, he is with us, he is with us, and as invited of the night, he is with us, and we are also with him, David and Alejandro, and one of our patrons, as always, our new partner, Paul Reyes. Welcome to everything, it's a pleasure to be here, we are discussing Galatas 4, and I would like to tell you that there is a lecture of various versions of Galatas 4, and I would like to start, Adelante. I would like to know if it is a classic version, or a different one? Let's see, we are going to do the classic version, because I'm going to use the differential of the utility, a common version for the album, and what I can do, because I don't think that the production of the song, or the song, or anything like that, I don't have any problems, because it's not easy for Galatas to do it. I understand. I don't think that the version of the song is much better, and there is a version of it that I like. Of course, of course. Of course, because Pablo... Pablo is much better at the normal version, and Galatas, who is Francois in the song, but as always, the song is the version that is best for the album. You are to listen to the podcast. Yes, yes, yes. Let's go to the next live production. Think about it in a different way. If a father and mother, and two children, are their children, those children are not in the best situation that they are in, so they are in the best situation. Because they are the children of all the positions of their father. They have to be the tutors that are assigned to their father. That's why we say it with us, until we find Christ. We are like children. We are the children of the most basic and spiritual principles of the world. If, when it's complete time, the father is dead, he dies of his illness, he dies of a murder, and his son is dead, but his son is dead. He dies on his own, so that when we compare the liberty of what we are of the dead, we find that they can adopt us as their own children. And from the life that we are their children, they die of the spirit of their children, to our own creation, which is what we call the simple -sex -clamor -aba -padre. Now, they are not his children, they are his own children, and as his own children, they are his own children.
"estes" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"To be interviewed so that it's not a sales pitch. They want to have conversations. They want to have tip of the spear conversations about what's happening in business and technology right now. So if you need guests, if you have a guest show, KitCaster is totally free for you. Where did they go? Is it just KitCaster dot? It's KitCaster dot com forward slash podcaster dash newsletter. Okay. My assistant who's editing this just wrote all that down and it's in the show notes now. So if you're listening, you don't have to worry about pulling over or spelling it wrong or missing a hyphen or something. It's in the show notes. Just scroll down and you can jump right to that link. Keep going, Ryan. Perfect. Yeah. And basically what that does is once a month, we'll have a little feature newsletter where we're featuring either new candidates or we'll do kind of seasonal candidates. So if it's like, Hey, a father's day, you want to work at a father's day episode. Here's six people that are dads that want to talk about what being a father means to them and their company or things of that nature. So totally free, no commitment, obviously. And that'll just give you a great introduction to what KitCaster does and kind of how we operate. So not only can you pay to get on other people's podcasts and grow your own audience, but, or the listener. And I know that this is common. We feel like we're running out of guests, good guests. We feel like we don't know who to call or how to call them or how to approach them. So you're saying we go to that link, KitCaster dot com forward slash something hyphen something, and it's already in the show notes. And we can actually be introduced to potential guests that would work for our show. Is that right? That's exactly right. Yeah. We have, there's 20 of us in Denver and sprinkled through the country that in our whole job is to making sure that you find relevant guests for your show
Rep. Ron Estes: Workers Fired Over Vaccine Mandate Deserve Better
"The vaccine was developed miraculously fast using operation warp speed, but now let's go back and use the standard FDA testing process so that we can validate that it's a good long-term treatment. And if there are any issues, please get the facts around that and follow the processes that we've used for years for medicines and vaccines. And then one of the things that I really like about it is the restoration piece. Let's make sure that our service men and women and federal employees who were fired or punished because they refused to take a vaccine, whether it's for medical reasons or for health or for religious reasons for any reasons, but they can get reinstated to their federal job and that they can make sure that they can don't get punished. They don't have black marks on their record for that. And let's make sure we can't necessarily dictate that people get the tired back by their private sector reports. But let's make sure that those are treated as black marks or a negative ramification for folks. So we can get back to normal. We could use facts to use the politics. I love
Rep. Ron Estes: Where Else Does Biden Have Documents?
"Before we jump into the new piece of legislation that you are that you are advancing, I want to get your take on these developments with Joe Biden and these classified documents. Anything that strike you as odd or unusual about this? Well, what really strikes me is unusual is it seems like President Biden had his documents everywhere. I mean, he surprised that they were found in his locked closet, but didn't talk that much about what he had in his garage and what's really concerning to me is we don't know where else he might have documents. Plus just the arguments that they're making that they were in a locked garage or in a locked closet isn't adequate enough. In my office in D.C., there is a safe that's not qualified to maintain classified documents. So that's in my locked office inside the capitol complex that secure and so I'm really concerned that he was just not responsible at all and obviously the double standard out there. I'm glad to see the attorney general Garland is as appointed a special prosecutor to investigate this, but I'm disappointed that it's been so cavalier, particularly going back even that they knew this before the election and knew this before they appointed a special prosecutor to investigate president Trump.
The Left's Lawless Immigration Policies
"So I want to talk about three small wins and I also want to talk about a very telling admission by Mallorca himself. So here's the first win and that is that the big uproar about all those Haitians who were descending on American shores. Obviously, these are not people at the southern border. They're showing up from Haiti. And they're showing up because the estes poverty in Haiti, but there's poverty in many parts of the world. Our immigration policies are not based upon your poor, therefore you have a right to come to America. So here were the Haitians and they were basically being seen on mosque coming across the southern border huge public relations scandal horrific images for Americans. Who are these people and even though the Biden administration tried to turn the tables? Look at these Texas Rangers rounding them up on horseback cowboy style. Nevertheless, the Biden people realized this is a very serious problem, and so they began to then deport the Haitians. Expelling thousands of them in sending them back home where they, of course, belonged. Victory number one. Here's victory number two the Biden administration as I mentioned on this podcast a couple of times was getting ready was on the verge of making gigantic financial settlements to families that said, oh, we were families who were separated at the border, even if the separations were brief, even if they were temporary. Oh, they were so traumatic. Why not use to this at all? This is emotional hardship and pain. We need to be paid $450,000 each. Not even for family. Per person. And the biodiversity was like, oh, yeah, you know, this song's reasonable. Yeah, yeah, I think giving family is taking taxpayer money and giving America Mexican families a $1 million here a $1 million there so they can basically go hit the Mexican casinos. They thought this was kind of a fair settlement. Well, once again, the public outrage over this. Made it impossible politically for them to go forward with this. And so they have ended those court negotiations over these financial compensation, victory number two. Victory number three is a court victory coming out of Texas and Texas. I have to say, has been the center of the resistance to Biden's immigration policies just a flurry of lawsuits filed by taxes really by attorney general, Ken Paxton, who's been on the show, and this is forced Biden to reimpose, even though not fully Trump's remain in Mexico policy. It's even forced Biden to continue some border wall construction, which is to say to close some gaps in the wall not to build new sections of the wall which they flatly refuse to do, but at least to patch up the wall in places where they were sort of gaping holes. Now, let me turn to the statement by orcas. We have fundamentally changed immigration enforcement in the interior for the first time ever our policy explicitly states that a non citizens unlawful presence in the United States will not by itself be a basis for the initiation of an enforcement action. Now this I think is really significant, you've got a top Biden official basically saying, it is our stated policy that we will not enforce the law. If you've got a guy in the United States illegal, you know, he's illegal. He admits he's illegal. But he doesn't have other violations. He's not a gang member. He doesn't have a criminal record. He's just an illegal. Not by itself, is not sufficient to initiate return or deportation proceedings. So what we have here is a truly lawless administration in the clinical sense of the term, there is a law system says if you don't like a law try to change it, they can change the law they're using the technique of quote enforcement to say, we're going to enforce it here, but not over there in effect what they're saying is we're going to at least in these important respects,
El Genio Lucas: Entrando Y Saliendo De La Buena 103.5 FM
"Había dos secretarías, en ese entonces, en esa estación de radio. Una era la señora Irma, muy amable, muy buenachona hasta que el día que se fue de la ciudad, siempre fue muy amable conmigo, y había otra señora que era, siempre traía la cara así como mal, el sargento mal pagado, siempre andaba como enojada, y cuando yo estaba trabajando y veía la cantidad de llamadas que había en el programa y la agilidad que yo traía, volteó hacia la oficina de del señor Robert, había una gran ventana y yo la vi cuando pasó y y volteó a ver a Robert, y le dijo Robert, me señaló, así con el pulgar hacia atrás, y y luego le dijo a Robert, you make a great decision, hiciste una muy buena decisión. Exacto, entonces, pues ahí comienza mi peregrinar por diferentes radios, trabajé en qué suave. Entonces, estaba yo trabajando muy a gusto en la buena. Meses después, ¿qué creen? ¿Qué pasó? ¿Qué pasó? La misma compañía del señor Homero Campos y Bustos compran la buena juventud. Y me dice el señor Bustos. Alex como no quisiste trabajar con nosotros en radio tigre pues ya compramos la buena también y aquí sí vas a trabajar con nosotros y le digo Señor Amador Bustos, ¿qué cree? Ustedes compraron la radio, pero no me compraron a mí. Ya me voy. Y que me salgo mientras ellos entraban por la puerta de enfrente, yo salí por la puerta de atrás y me fui, este, a trabajar a la televisión
El Genio Lucas: La Ropa No Te Da Estatus, Solo Tu Personalidad
"DÍA EL SEÑOR HÉCTOR DIJO: OYE ALEX, este, no se ve bien tu bicicleta en el baño, amárala afuera, entonces, en la parte de atrás de donde se estacionaban los carros, en el estacionamiento de la radio, ahí le puse un candado a mi bicicleta y una mañana cuando salí del programa, you're going to kill me. You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me? You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me? You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me? You're going to kill me? You're going to kill me. You're going to kill me? You're going to kill invertir en una bicicleta o en zapatos, yo era muy amigo de la tienda Family Bargan Center, donde la ropa pues el suéter CONSABA tres dólares, cuatro dólares, Y No TIENE NADA DE MALO, ¿ve? No TIENE NADA DE MALO, PORQUE A VECES PENSAMOS Que que una ropa de marca te da un estatus. Cuando el estatus te lo da a tu personalidad, hay gente que anda con un traje bien planchado y que es de lujo, pero su mente está bien arrugada y su corazón ni se diga. Entonces, pues no aparentemos cosas que no somos, entonces, y hasta el día de hoy, ¿eh? Mi hijo a veces me separa, cómprate unos buenos zapatos, un buen suéter, de marca, todo lo que traigo de marca, Te lo han regalado, te los doy. Son dos. Todo lo que traigo hoy día de marca. Es de Omar. Y ya no le queda, yo me los pongo, él me los da. Él va y me dice, párate. Sobre todo esto, ya no me gusta ahí. Y te lo desuso, porque me quedan
El Genio Lucas: Considerando Una Carrera en Nueva York
"Ocasión me acuerdo también que me decían, si tú hicieras lo mismo que haces en Salinas, ¿crees tendrías el mismo éxito en otras ciudades, ellos hablaban de Los Ángeles, se veía muy difícil que yo llegara a la ciudad de Los Ángeles, y para hacerlo tendrían que irme a vivir hasta Los Ángeles, pero bendito sea Dios, mira, me quedé trabajando en la ciudad de Salinas y -- A Nueva York. -- a Los Ángeles, aquí a las vegas y a tantas ciudades y bueno debido a tanto premio, tanto reconocimiento a la industria el señor Alfredo Alonso Le interesa mi trabajo y me invita a trabajar a Nueva York. Te invita. ¿Qué pasó ahí? Pasó algo muy curioso. Él me dice, bueno, Alex, quiero que venga cuando sea la gente de este lado, él es cubano. Y más adelante vuelve a aparecer este señor Alonso, pero ya de una manera no muy agradable, terminamos en, pues con diferentes opiniones, pero mi cariño y mi respeto por la primera oportunidad al darse cuenta de lo que yo estaba haciendo, entonces me dice quiero que vengas a Nueva York, cuando yo llego a Nueva York me presenta como si yo ya fuera a trabajar ahí. O sea, yo nada más iba a conocer. Yo llego a Nueva York Por la tarde eran como las cinco de la tarde, tal y como a las cinco de la mañana de California llegó a las cinco de la tarde a Nueva York y me dice, mañana por la mañana quiero que vengas y vas a conocer los estudios y a la gente, me presento esa tarde al señor Alarcón, yo hallé en los estudios de Nueva York, no emocionado, sino este -- Poco de miedoso. -- miedoso porque dije, aquí vine aquí y empiezo a caminar, por Nueva York, la gente no era amable. Pararía un restaurante de de que había mucha gente de Puebla, y y yo lo saludo de amablemente. Hola, ¿cómo están amigos? ¿Y cómo les va aquí? Se me llegaron viendo así como oyeste. ¿Qué trae o qué? Y han de haber pensado que era yo del otro lado, sabrá dios
El Genio Lucas: Lecciones Aprendidas De Un Viaje a Dallas
"De la primera vez que fui a Dallas, Texas, a cuando por primera vez fui a conocer a la gente y que la gente me conociera, había un estacionamiento de de un centro comercial enorme lleno de gente queriendo conocer. Al genio, no. Al genio Lucas. Y cuando se termina mi trabajo en la estación de radio, yo regreso al mes siguiente a hacer un baile, para agradecerle a la gente todo el apoyo y cariño que, este, no, no era un baile. Era el baile Luis en San Diego y me fue igual. Sí. Cuando salí por primera vez de la radio de San Diego, hice un baile para para agradecerle a la gente y me acuerdo que llevé a los solitarios y al trío los tres haces, y yo dije no pues con eso si no van a verme a mí, que vayan a verme al grupo. Sí. El ingeniero Lucas presenta los solitarios, el símbolo romántico de América y no llegó mucha gente. Yo creo que llegaron como unas cien personas. Aparte que perdí dinero en el valle, pues perdí. Este, el cariño de mucha gente. Yo dije bueno, no había aprendido a la lección de lo que me había pasado en Dallas, Texas, donde después de ver un mar de gente, hago un control remoto en una tienda y se llegaron cinco o seis personas, fue mucho. Ahí es donde yo fui aprendiendo de que esto no es tuyo y no va a ser para siempre. El día de hoy hay mucha gente que me quiere, me estima, pero el día de mañana En un mes, en un mes, te doy un mes y ya no vuelven a preguntar por mí. La gente se olvida. Eso está comprobado. Sí. Y yo los entiendo porque llegan nuevas personas, nuevos nuevas cosas por por ver, ahora están los teléfonos, las redes sociales, entonces incluso aún estando en vivo en el programa la gente te olvida, ¿por qué? Porque busca otro tipo de opciones y eso no tiene nada de malo, no podemos quedarnos con el mismo plato todos los días. Y siempre buscamos variar.
Primo Amador Al Genio Lucas: 'Alejandro, No Me Falles'
"MARCÓ MI SALIDA DE ESE RESTAURANTE FUE UNA CARTA Que ME ENTREGÓ MIKE DENNER, ALTO ROBE EL FLACO COMO CEPILLÍN, me dijo Alex, todos te juntamos y te escribimos algo en esta tarjeta, no quiero que la abras ahorita ni llegando a tu casa, abrela cuando llegues a donde vas. La carta decía Alex, todos tus compañeros juntamos este dinero para ti, por si no te gusta tu nuevo trabajo te esperamos con los brazos abiertos aquí en Santa Bárbara, California. Y UNA VEZ MÁS QUEDA COMPROBADO Que CUANDO HACES LAS COSAS CON AMOR LA VIDA TE DA RECOMPENSAS. Así es que fue un detalle muy hermoso. Cuando llegué a a Salinas, me me me llegó hasta el el corazón de ese ese detalle pues antes de abrir esa tarjeta llego el momento de hacer mi maleta para Salinas California Amador junto con mi primo Giillo y mi primo Abel me trajeron a la ciudad de Salinas, California salimos como a eso de las cuatro de la tarde llegamos a las nueve a Salinas porque paramos a comer y yo trabajaba de diez ya a cuatro de la mañana y ahí me dejaron ya eran las nueve cuarenta cuando dice Amador YA NOS VAMOS, ALEJANDRO. ¿QUÉ SENTISTE ALEX DE PARARTE? EN ESE MOMENTO AHORA SEA AMADOR Y LE DIJE: No ME DEJES AQUÍ SOLO, AMADOR. ¿Qué voy a hacer tan lejos de ustedes? Si apenas me estoy acostumbrando a no ver a mi mamá y a mis hermanos, y ahora ya no te voy a ver a ti. ÉL SOLAMENTE ME ABRAZO Y ME DIJO: ALEJANDRO, No ME FALLES.
El Genio Lucas: Adiós a La Vida De Restaurante en Santa Bárbara
"Con Amador y él le dice a los del restaurant que me voy a un nuevo trabajo. Magdalena pasó algo bien bonito. Qué feo. Ay, te hicieron algo lindo. Los meseros, y los gerentes me hicieron mi despedida. Pusieron letreros en en el restaurante que eligieron fue del Pipharis, PUSIERON LETREROS Que NUNCA VOY A OLVIDAR. ALEX TE VAMOS A EXTRAÑAR. ME DECÍAN ALEXITO PORQUE ESTABA CHIQUILLA PARRILLO Y ESTABA CHIQUILLA. OTRO LETRERO DECÍA: LA COMIDA YA No VAS A VER IGUAL SIN TI. PORQUE CUANDO Yo ME PONÍA A COCINAR, SIEMPRE RECUERDO ESO, Yo HACIA LA FRANK ANNON SUP, LA SOPA DE CEBOLLA. Yo la hacía, pero yo nunca la probé, porque a mí no me gustaba. O sea, sopa de cebolla decía yo, esta gente está loca, ¿cómo les ha de oler la boca? Yo aquí tengo todavía en mi mente la receta de la sopa de cebolla. Partía en rebanadas la cebolla. Luego la ponía Sancochar con mantequilla. Luego le le ponía sal de ajo, pimienta blanca y otros sazonadores. Una vez que estabas sancochada con los condimentos le echaba vinagre, vinagre blanco, y una vez que el el vinagre impregnaba la cebolla, le echaba yo este agua para que comenzara a hacerse la sopa. Luego para ese color obscuro le ponía vino a no, y luego del vinagre le ponía vino en vino rojo. Vino tinto. Vino tinto. Vino tinto. Sí, luego un poquito de agua, y luego para que se hiciera ese sabor como de caldo, le ponía un jugo que se llamaba Auchos y ya, este, pues, empezaba a hervir la sopa, y llegaba me acuerdo de Mark. Mark era uno de los gerentes o encargados. Alexito de de super-rey. Yes, yes, Mark.
El Genio Lucas: Sr. Gregorio Casi Me Deja en La Estación De Autobuses
"Casi a las tres de la tarde. Bien, recuerde ese día, cuando llegué a la estación de autobuses, llamo del teléfono de la estación de autovoces porque antes ya sabes que no habían celulares. Sí. Entonces este llamo a la radio y pregunto por Gregorio Esquivel. Y me contesta, ¿sí? ¿Qué pasó? Digo, ya llegué a a la estación de autobuses. Estoy en Salinas aquí. Dice, muy bien, espérame ahora voy por ti. No me contó en ese momento. Ya le digo cuándo me lo contó, pero pasó la siguiente situación, cuando llega él por mí a la estación de autobuses y cuando me ve dijo, Elio Gómez me mandó a un niño. Yo no quiero ser niñera, me voy a regresar a la radio, voy a llamar a la escuela y que me manden a otro voy a decir que no vi a nadie y mejor opté por regresarme. O sea, me iba a dejar ahí. Ay, así de serio. ¿Su hijo te lo dijo así de serio o no fue? Fue bromeando. No, no fue fue serio. Yo pensé que era broma. Y entonces Gregorio dice, y cuando iba de regreso a la radio, no sé por qué, pero se me quedó grabada tu cara de menso. Y dije pobre bato, vienes de tan lejos. Ah, voy a ir por él, a ver qué sale. A ver qué sale. Se estacionó frente a mí y me dijo, Alejandro, Sí, señor, súbete. Y bueno, pues entonces ya íbamos a robar la sensación de de radio, pero nunca me dijo lo que planeaba hacer, en ese momento no me lo dijo. Entonces ya me puso a prueba, empecé a grabar, empezó a platicar conmigo, me conoció, y el día viernes me dice, amigo, ve por tus cosas, porque te quedas en Salinas.
¿Qué Tan Duro Trabajarás Ahora Para Descansar Después?
"De cuatro o cinco meses de escuela, pues ahí seguía yo. Era bien -- ¿Y te gustó? Era era bien difícil porque pues, este, trabajabas y Tenías que estudiar. Y tenías que estudiar. Hasta allá. Y y ahí aprendí que que muchas veces los seres humanos queremos cosas pero no nos sacrificamos. Claro. Faciles. Exacto. Queremos una casa, un carro, pero no no hacemos nada diferente, seguimos haciendo lo mismo. Y y tú no dijiste, todo el tiempo estoy con la chispa de buscando, buscando, y yo me he encontrado frases muy buenas en la Internet. Por ejemplo, donde te dicen, yo prefiero trabajar cinco años duro, duro, duro, duro y descansar los próximos cincuenta. O sea, convertirte en tu propio jefe. Sí. Y dice, prefiero trabajar cinco años duro y duro, día y noche, y descansar los los próximos cincuenta, porque así le hizo, este, el de la compañía Apple. Este ya este él comía ahí, dormía ahí, vivía ahí, se sacrificó por cinco años. Él no sabía hacer al lunes, martes, domingo, él trabajaba en su objetivo, y después se dedicó a descansar, y nosotros el noventa por ciento de la población trabaja cinco cincuenta años para descansar cinco. Sí. Cuando ya te cubilas. Entonces, hemos sido a lo contrario, entonces pues uno debería de intentar, porque desgraciadamente no todos tenemos la fortuna, hay miles de muchachos queriendo ser cantantes, miles de muchachas queriendo ser actrices, queriendo ganarse un puesto importante en la industria o en la vida, pero desgraciadamente muchos son los llamados -- Poco los andaluces. -- pocos tenemos la suerte de de encontrar el éxito. Pero tampoco si no luchas, pues nunca te vas a dar cuenta. Y sacrificar -- Ahora bien. No te decepciones si no encuentras el éxito. Tienes que que que estar contento de saber que intentaste,
El Desayuno Es La Comida Más Difícil De Preparar en Los Restaurantes
"El tiempo pasaba y yo me seguía endeudando, o sea, ya tenía casi un año en Estados Unidos y sin trabajo, o sea, Fue fue muy bueno Arturo. No fue un año, eso fue como por diciembre, enero, ya, ya era mi primer año en en Estados Unidos, y aún no encontraba trabajo. Era era complicado. -- complicado y difícil. Entonces, este, yo me iba al restaurante y y esperaba mi oportunidad y, este, ahí aprendí a hacer omeletes para el desayuno es, en un restaurante para mí lo más difícil es el desayuno. Sí. Existe el desayuno, la comida y la cena. El desayuno es el más difícil porque manejas blanquillos que no se te rompan, que no se te quemen, que estén rápido los ex benedict, los famosos huevos benedictos, la salsa holandesa es lo más difícil de hacer quienes trabajan. ¿En la cocina saben? En quienes son cocineros saben que todo tiene que quedar perfectísimo. Efecto, ¿verdad? Y que no se enfríe. Pues pues yo le eché todas las ganas del mundo a aprender la cocina, pero pues Helen no me dejaba. Pasaba el tiempo entonces le dije a Amador, cuando voy a conseguir un trabajo, dijo mira les voy a decir a los paisanos que ella se encarga de un trabajo para ti, a ver quién, quién te echa la
Tu Dignidad Y Conciencia Importan Más Que Cualquier Cheque
"Adentrando a Álex, pues a a tus fibras más sensibles, a tu intimidad, a todo lo que has pasado, lo que ha sufrido y que muchos nos identificamos contigo, porque no eres el único que ha pasado por el cerro, no eres el único que tal vez en un momento en su trabajo no la han no lo han valorado en este caso, Alex. Fíjate que uno debe de tener la dignidad y la conciencia cuando ya no es valorado, por eso me he ido de muchos lugares, y yo sigo manteniendo el récord de que de ningún lugar me han corrido. Mira, yo no, yo siempre me he salido porque cuando siento que ya no es justa la persona, es es hora de irte. Y eso es más que más que un cheque debe de valer tu dignidad y y y les voy a hablar de una situación muy clara que vive en una compañía grande de Estados Unidos que creía que porque me daban un buen cheque, yo tenía que quedarme a lo que ellos dijeran y dije no, mi dignidad vale mucho más que cualquier cheque. Y eso mucha gente no lo no lo no lo valora, no lo entiende, ¿eh? Bueno, lo que pasa es que también ahí hay baja autoestima, Álex también ahí Nadie le dice, ¿sabes qué? Tú vales mucho y te puedes ir también a otro lugar donde te paguen mejor y te valore. Trabajas como máquina pero sin ningún objetivo. Pensamos que siempre tendremos juventud y fortaleza. Pero no miramos hacia el futuro.
Sin Dios, No Somos Nada. Con Dios Todo Es Posible.
"Encontré esa reflexión que se me hizo increíblemente buena. Así, a ver. Y habla habla de religión. Dicen que un día llegó un burrito a su casa bien contento. ¡Ay, qué linda! Mamá, vieras que feliz vengo. ¿Pues qué te pasó, mijo? ¿Te dijo la mamá? Pues hoy entré al pueblo de Jerusalén y todo mundo estaba bien contento de verme. Llevaba yo sobre mis hombros a un tal Jesús. Y toda la gente me gritaba ¡Viva! ¡Qué felices estamos de que vengas! Y me aventaban flores, y ponían sus túnicas sobre el piso para que yo pasara mamá. Qué bonito fue este día mamá. Ay, mi hijo dijo la mamá. Mañana quiero que vuelvas a ir a Jerusalén, quiero que entres al pueblo y me cuentas cómo te fue. Y así lo hizo. El burrito al otro día se faje, lo saludo y regreso llorando y muy triste que tienes hijo le dijo la mamá Ay, mamá. Cuando llegué al pueblo de Jerusalén, nadie me aplaudió, nadie se alegró de ver, nadie me aventó flores, incluso me sacaron a palos de la ciudad. Ay mijo, ¿sabes por qué? Porque tu sin Jesús no eres más que un simple gurú señoras y señores sin dios no somos nada y con Dios por delante. Todo es posible. ¡Qué bonita reflexión! La verdad, bellísima, bellísima.
"estes" Discussed on Dead America
"I'm happy to answer it. You know kid caster only does booking podcasts. But you know if you wanna know a good dare headphones to buy. I've got a resource for you if you want to build your own podcast I know folks you can talk to so I like helping people. And i like people helping people get introduced into this will podcasting so S to castro dot com. Good place to find me okay. Well that was my next question. How can people find you and get started using kit. Castor so castro dot com. And you said your email was ryan caster that barnes me too absolutely okay. Well that's going to wrap it up for this one unless you want to add anything to this ryan. It really appreciate coming on and talking about castle ed. I'm glad it's Been helpful for you. And i i just really enjoy your podcast and the best friend. Well i do. Thank you for what you do and i especially. Thank you for being with us today. Here on the dead. American podcast my pleasure. Thank you for listening into the podcast episodes today. If you enjoyed it please share with a friend. Also please follow us on any of your podcast players or if you'd like to get a little more personal with us and really identify what we truly are about and get involved with what we are doing. Make sure you go over to the google. Play store and download our new app. We can't wait to get involved with you and that's gonna finish up. This episode of the dead america podcast. Make sure you come back next week and follow along for another great interview. I'm ed waters out..
"estes" Discussed on Dead America
"You know so. Double edged swords. You know one side of that sword my business that had poured so much blood sweat and tears was killed overnight and then on the other side kick cast or something and so passionate about and so excited about you know jumped on a rocket ship so Getting interesting marriages. Yeah well my prediction is a lot of those. People experienced what it was like a move towards podcasting or online experiences. So my prediction is. You're going to start doing well coming out of covid so yeah so who is your ideal client or to test or kick kassar. I believe podcasting is for everybody I think people should go on. Podcast people have podcast. I think it's good for Humanity i think it also is kind of a healing presence in our culture that has been maybe tarnished a bit by these online communications. You know you just you look into the facebook comments and you just wonder about the future humanity gotta kinda bad Whereas podcasting is the exact opposite you know you see people working hard to reach towards each other you know so i think it's important That being said we only have so much effort if we're going to go out there and look for clients so agency side. We like to work with funded. Startup founders Ceo's of bartsch companies and successful entrepreneurs people what happened multiple exits from companies and. They're they have maybe a new project they want to get out there and talk about Those those great clients for us for the podcast guest list five. We love working with coaches. We love working with consultants and we love working with agency owners. We also love working with podcast. There where podcast hosts can build a profiling going other. People shows because strangely enough Podcast hosts make great podcast guests. So those are kinda the personas if we're going to go out there. According people those are similar kind of Attributes of people are looking for That being said it just runs the gamut. If you want to be on podcast work good place for you know we worked with the poets. Science fiction writers Filmmakers police officers Jewelers natural products developers. I mean pretty much everybody. Yeah i can guarantee you. You will love the personal touch that kick castro puts on each and every person they deal with so what would be your call to action for anybody out there. Trying to leverage podcast. You bet you know. I tell you what if ever wants to talk to.
"estes" Discussed on Dead America
"I like that question I think first and foremost I set out to do this to be the best in the world and really does kind of attitude. I take with Anything i'm gonna do because otherwise what's the point you know. I don't wanna be second best or anything else When i when i really started with the pilot program i took a look around At what might be competitors. I was happy that i found some because somebody made it work. But i felt like i could be the best and that's no disrespect to our competitors out there. I feel like we definitely all have our different lane. But as far as you know kind of our sweet spot which is Successful entrepreneurs funded startup founders c. suite level executives people with the mission to tell. I think our commitment to being the best in the world makes us do all the little extras you know. Some of those are kind of sentimental and corny. If it's like sending thank you cards you know. Exhibiting unconditional positive regard Sending gifts sending flowers to clients. Sometimes you know. I mean the a lot of what we do is to ensure a feeling of positiveness about it you know There's gonna be a nate stress and pressure around booking podcast Oftentimes it's why would you put book me on that podcast and i've got other stuff to do. Reschedule my podcast. So managing these two Kind essential problems that will be an eighth in our business all the time with kindness and respect i think is ultimately what separates us and which allows us to execute at very very high level Move really quickly and and frankly just kind of enjoy our company and our days together. So i think that's why we're number one. We have room to grow. But i think at this point. if you're looking at podcast booking agencies casters the best in the world well i agree. You know if you're going to get into something go at it like you want to be the best and it will take care of itself so to us about how much time in confusion coming on board with you. We'll say people Yeah absolutely you know. The other thing is that we're not reinventing the wheel. You know if you wanted to go book. Your own podcast. You most certainly can. I think ed you stand out as a podcast because your communication is really good. Most podcasters are not necessarily communication professionals. So it could challenging you know But like any challenge. It just takes time so you know if you like you want you committed to podcasting you wanna leverage in your business you wanna give it a shot..
"estes" Discussed on Dead America
"One more quick question for podcasters and business owners that actually wanna leverage podcasting as podcasters. We all go through like we talked earlier. What they call imposter syndrome. What are some of the recommendations for you. Podcasters and people that would like to leverage podcasting to get over that imposter syndrome filling so man. I wish somebody would tell me you I don't think it ever goes away. Maybe that's a good thing you know. Maybe it's it's good always bill of a bit nervous. Maybe feel like you're an impostor It's been helpful to me in the past to find somebody who's really successful in the lane. That i'm kinda pursuing That i can clearly see not as good as me though. If i could find somebody who's who's Who i feel like. I'm better than it's not you know. I'm not better than anybody. But if i if. I'm let's say i choose are better than that guy shoes you know. I can't beat us. I mean he's got a hundred billion dollars but look at his sneakers. I mean my sneakers are better than those so he can do it to that level with those sneakers on. I think i'll be fine. So i mean i think there is a a a the nice thing about imposter syndrome is everybody feels that way. So you're not going to overcome it but you can just do it anyway you know. There's a certain stoicism. I think about you know being scared and just moving forward anyway. You know it's noble. It's a brave. That right there actually stands out. It actually can induce. You'd be do more things which is good. So let's dive in kit castro a little bit of on boarding for people absolutely we you know. We've got to products. We've got the agency side which is real high touch White glove service you know where the entails basically diving into our clients ideal audiences. Our clients want to go on other people's podcasts. So ultimately they want to be speaking to some some people that are going to listen to the show So we'll get those Those audiences together often those are prospects for the business. It might be fundraising opportunities with venture capitalists or investor yours. It could be just a networking opportunities with podcast host which are just natural networks it a lot of times..
"estes" Discussed on Dead America
"I did a a blanket. That was also a pillow. All over the place you know. Because i really enjoy you know kind of this process of inventing now if you to kinda take those things theories and bringing the market when you have to do is find people will pay you money for them. So i think where my expertise really lies in that. Validation phase is here's an idea. I think it's amazing. I need to find someone to give me some money for it. And if they don't. It doesn't matter how much i like it. I have to kill it because it's not gonna work so I think Those that's the initial challenge Of launching a new business. Kinda chasing all these shiny objects. I kinda started widdling down to what was important to me. You know from a project you know have had to be has to cover three bases you know. It has to be of service. I wanna feel like my life is important for somebody other than myself. you know. it's gotta be fun. Because i'm just kind of lazy and if not fun i'm probably just not gonna do it. And the other part is the validation face it has to make money. I've got kids. And i don't have that much time so you know if if it's fun and it service but it's not making me money it's like i should just be playing guitar. You know i can do that And serves me in that way too so it has to make money. So you know. The initial push for kick castaways like okay. I love podcasting. I wanna bring it to more people. I want to help people leverage business. We'll somebody Pay me money to do it. You know I kinda had a half baked idea of what it could be picked up the phone and one afternoon calls five of my clients and three of them said they'd pay me to do it so i took the money and built the pilot program for castor was able to find kind of validation from current existing clients which was a good first step however not real accurate..
"estes" Discussed on Dead America
"In revenue as a direct tie to podcasting so podcast started as a as a hobby as a fun thing to do for entertainment Became pretty central in in my life. So not only professionally. Personally you know and for growth. You know i i. I love meeting people for the first time. I i love conversation and and talking. There seems to be something magical. That happens when you're talking to somebody and you hit record. You know it it ups the ante a little bit. You get a little bit of those butterflies. And i feel like you can make a considerable kind of movement in the conversation so it's been great for me personally professionally my family so to be able to spread that out. He's really really satisfying feeling. You know because ultimately the folks that we ended up kind of engaged with you know kind of our our clients are have that in common with me. They're talkers and most of the folks we work with are just really passionate about their business and what they're working on and more times than not. They probably burned out all the people in their life with stories about their projects and dreams and everything else so there at this kind of crossroads where they need to find someone who's curious about what they do. And what's great about podcasting in particular people. That are listening to podcasts. Resource is you find that are using podcasts as ways to for personal professional advancement or or you know maybe gear stories or whatever. They're needing it for you. Have that whole kind of universe there so to be able to spread that other people and seeing you know people's is kinda light up when it recorded forty podcasts and they can't wait for forty more It's really rewarding. I i i love it. Yeah you articulate that very well. Filling the podcasters can really be exhumed with you know Yeah it's life saving for many of us. We we long for something different. So what has been your most memorable moment in podcasting jesse he'll boy. That's a good question. the first thing that came to mind were the podcasts. I was recording and have a guest on and they'd give me one word answers. Those were always like kinda dicey. Ask them questions and like yes like well only wrote for questions on this paper. This is going to be a weird podcast. So i don't know what that that came to buy but i think maybe it's just the those panic situations where you find yourself talking about sasquatch or you know being a professional baseball player who knows what But those are always interesting.
"estes" Discussed on Dead America
"We have with us ryan estes. He's co founder of kit caster podcast booking agency ryan. Did you introduce yourself and let people know. Just a little bit about you please. I'd love to add. And i appreciate you having me on the show Like you said. I am the co founder of castor. We book entrepreneurs on top podcast We we are very deep into podcasting. We love podcasters And you know. Our mission is to celebrate good conversation wherever that takes us. We're ready to go. So i'm excited for this conversation and On your show. Thanks that well. I should be. Thanks for being with us today ryan. It is a pleasure now before we get into this. Why don't we go ahead and recognize your partner in the business of kit cast. Could you tell us just a little bit about who they are. Absolutely our co founder. Her name is brandy waylay and brandon. And i met probably five or six years ago. She had a pr agency. I had a digital marketing agency. I also had a founders. Podcast called talk launch and she would book some of her clients or start of coins on my podcast and we just always kind of clicked. You know a couple of years ago. i was coming on the heels of a failed project. I was working on a Crowd funding platform For service workers so basically if you're a barber or your house painter and you wanted to pre sell your services you could do it on that platform it was called career funded and you know i had that going about eighteen months and just in the traction i i needed for it to to really hit so i was considering kind of sorting the towel Ironically enough. I think that product would have been a massive success due to kobe but nonetheless Was talking to brandy and branches. Let's do something be some in podcasting so we kinda set forth. What would become kick castro with the pilot program Had some fun. Doing it had some success doing it. So we wrapped brand around And and took off. You know that was probably we. Officially launched september twenty nineteen and have seen just kind of rapid expansive growth since then capacity now has fourteen employees. Or we're gonna hire another gallon next week and you know we're feeling really bullish on podcasting and kind of what it can bring to the world s. Very impressive brian. So what is it like for you helping so many people. they're podcasting. Oh i love it. You know like i said i. I've been podcasting myself for ten years. You know and it. I originally started as kind of a a cure for the blues. You know. I had a little bit of depression. I was coming out of a career in music and because they had two small young children. You know this is ten years ago and thought i missed the music turns out. I just missed my bandmates. You know and i kinda discovered that two podcasting by getting my old band buddies back together and doing podcasts. And sell them over the medium you know kinda get a spin with the new the talk once podcast to introduce podcasting into my professional life in sasha's like a massive opportunity but also like real revenue you know i i can probably attribute you know before kick house or maybe eight eight hundred grand.
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