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Uvalde: Visitations, funerals and burials, one after another

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Uvalde: Visitations, funerals and burials, one after another

"The start of summer break for students in uvalde Texas is being marked by funerals and burials to the 19 children and two teachers killed inside a classroom a week ago I'm Ben Thomas with the latest They began Monday a visitation at hillcrest memorial funeral home in uvalde directly across from rob elementary school for ten year old amery Joe Garza Esther Rubio came to pay her respects But of course you can't see her as close casting So you know there's pictures of her everywhere Memorials went up in the immediate aftermath and vigils have been held Now over the next two and a half weeks people will say goodbye to the children and their teachers one heart wrenching visitation funeral and burial after another This week funerals are planned for 11 of the 19 children and teacher Irma Garcia I'm Ben Thomas

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Kayleigh McEnany, Emily Compagno React to Leftists Targeting Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Kayleigh McEnany, Emily Compagno React to Leftists Targeting Justices

"Let's listen to Kayleigh McEnany and Emily yesterday on Fox News react to the news that leftist crazed, unhinged, vicious, radical, wildly radical activists are marching on the homes of the conservative justices of the Supreme Court. A very dangerous campaign of intimidation and harassment may now be about to unfold in the fight over roe V wade, as the radical left looks to target the conservative justices on the Supreme Court after the leak draft opinion on abortion. And while security fencing is put up around where they work, but not continuing on our southern border, there's that. Now we have just learned there's an increased police presence outside of the justices home. And here's why. Some left wing groups are actually directing protesters to show up at the doorsteps of 6 quote extremists justices. Even publishing the street names where they live with their families and now police are bracing for violence. Emily, it's two groups that are pushing people to go to the homes of Supreme Court Justices. One called Rus cinis, another called shutdown D.C.. They want to candlelight vigil. Join us to a march to justice Kavanaugh's and Robert's homes. Another one saying urging protesters to go to the homes of the 6 extremist justices. You can't make this up. No, and my issue with this, in addition to the publishing of their addresses, is that the amplification of that. And then the galvanizing of people to show up at their doors, right? You can protest all you want in those public places, but we all remember what happened to federal judge Esther Salas in 2020 when her son was shot dead on their doorstep because of a disgruntled

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Auburn Head Coach Bruce Pearl's Reaction to Ukraine Situation

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Auburn Head Coach Bruce Pearl's Reaction to Ukraine Situation

"This week the Jewish people are celebrating the festival of porn And poor him is a celebration of what Queen Esther did Queen Esther was with the king of Persia and the palace and she was Jewish And Heyman was a very close adviser to that king And he was advising the king that maybe it was time to get rid of all the juice Queen Esther's uncle was more high My Hebrew name is Morgan And I think that my family gave me that name for this reason Once I talked to Esther the queen had said look Esther you might survive this for a little while But you won't survive this He's really going to kill all the Jewish people and your family And he gave us to the courage to try to see if she could turn the king's heart and she did And saved the nation So some of you may be uncomfortable You guys asked the question right You asked the question about Ukraine We say never again I was born in 1960 15 years after they opened up the Gates And they saw 6 million Jews were murdered And 3 million more people And so if Tara Vera and van der veer wants money for three pointers I'll up whatever they're offering I mean I'm all in healthier Ukrainian people survive that And I'm very concerned about what's going on in Iran with the king of Persia now And if we embody that government give them all that money sign a bad treaty It's going to put the world in jeopardy

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How Can the US Better Help Its Veterans? Joey Jones Tells Us

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:07 min | 5 months ago

How Can the US Better Help Its Veterans? Joey Jones Tells Us

"Where do you see our country in working with our veterans working with those? Because I still think, frankly, the worst is still yet to come. I think we've still got another 5 or ten years when you're going to start seeing a lot of what we've seen in the last 15 to 20 years out in manifest itself. How can we as a public do better with that and how do we as a government can do better with that? You know, I've chased the answer to that question for 15 years now. Mostly because I feel like I transitioned very well. And it frustrates me that so many of my peers that folks that led me that mentored me that taught me folks that I helped and thought I'd shared a lot with along the way have not transitioned well and I have so I feel a lot of guilt for that and then I want to solve that problem for them. And I think that a couple of things have happened that kind of created this problem. One of them is kind of a tail wagging the dog thing as a society we've become more entitled and unfortunately does spill over into the veteran community. I mean, if you raise someone for 18 years as a part of this generation of Americans that have a certain characteristic, I don't want to label them all with it, but kind of an aspect of entitlement among them. Even if they join the military, that's not going to go away. And then the other thing is when you fight a war and you need all the bodies you can throw with it for a solid ten years, then you make a lot of promises to convince folks to come into the military. In my generation might be the first generation that enlisted in the military under the premise that this was a lifelong commitment regardless of how long I spent in the military. And that's created a lot of problems because they call it failure to relaunch. We have this problem where we kind of, it kind of scares us right. We get out and we have to really, we're in a place kind of similar to hospital seniors leaving high school, like what's next? What am I going to do for the rest of my life? And yet we've created a situation where you can kind of just be a veteran for Esther a lot. Well, as a society, what we have to do is still have a, we still have to have positive reinforcement among our military to expect them to go do great things after service.

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Medicare posts key nursing home staffing info for consumers

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Medicare posts key nursing home staffing info for consumers

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"The closets as if she's about to come home any minute? I wouldn't say the house is a shrine. There are two levels, and so on the first floor, there's a photo at the entrance, and then there's some photos in the bedroom. And then on the upstairs level, there are some things that are packed away and you wouldn't see them. Unless you open a closet or a box, but there are some clothing items that are out in the open and that is it makes me quite uncomfortable and even mentioning that to him and I did try to speak with sensitivity and I try to be delicate about it, but at the same time I noticed my own reaction is that great discomfort. And the discomfort is what? Tell me what is the thing inside of you that you wouldn't necessarily say to him, but it's what? Will I reach that level? Will I be loved like that? Will I, am I enough? You know, there's I know that under this, there are many questions about my own worthiness, my own worthiness and in occupying a space, it's also it's very symbolic of occupying a space and someone else's heart as well, I think. Did you see that to him? I did talk about me. Because when I said that I had had a similar experience in some way when I moved in with my husband, my ex-husband, when I moved into a home that was already decorated and in that home, there was not enough space for me. And then I got divorced. And in this home, we have made space for me for some of my clothes. And I brought a lot of stuff for the kitchen because we love to cook together. So there are some really positive steps, I think that we've already taken together. But what I just told you about room in his heart, I hadn't. I just realized, you know, saying it to you and it's wonderful and I think he would really appreciate hearing that. It's a different conversation. You're not talking about the items. But anyone who meets someone who has had the deep love and a loss that they didn't choose at some point may feel sometimes will I ever be loved like this. These are very normal questions. You know, we like our heat with this woman forever. It's the first one always the last one at some level. What is the love that he has for me and how different is it from the way he loved her? And then your own questions about yourself and my loveable and my lovable enough can I be in an all these questions that many of us live with because love is super vulnerable and terrifying, and if you actually don't talk about the clothes and the items and the pictures and anything, you just simply talk about what it feels like to be a woman who comes after a deeply beloved woman who died. I have and you talk about you, then you give him the opportunity to reassure you to tell you whatever he feels to tell you you're the first person who's actually been in this room since or you're the first one who's actually been here as much as you've been here. I never have thought about starting all over it since but since I met you, it's different. There is room in my heart for two, et cetera et cetera. It sounds like you've been the fly on the wall in this home because those are the things more or less word by word that he has told me he's. He's incredibly sweet. And very sensitive for a man in this culture where I live. I mean, he's very open and sensitive and he does communicate quite well and openly and so he did say all of that. And I am, I am the first woman in about four years that has slept in this house and stayed here and that he has introduced to his family. So I know that I am important to him. I do. I know that you are important to him. I don't know that you feel important enough. It's a different you see. The interesting thing is that one way to be sure to feel chosen and to feel wanted is to be in the circumstances that you're in. And it's about believing him. He's doing the right thing. And at some point, you know, you can always say, of course, you want pictures of her. But maybe not next to our bed. At some point, it becomes a new bet. You know? For a new or for a new relationship. But this is not the piece. The piece is really how many months has it been. We met in early January. Okay. So that's not long at all. And as you are getting more intimate with him, and as you're feeling more open and more vulnerable, you are, your fears are coming back. The fears that you didn't allow much in for the past 15 years that you lived on your own. And that's the piece the piece is him and his ex in his previous wife, et cetera it's really the focus is getting deeper involved with him. And some of those fears about how lovable my house sustainable is it a man of can I capture somebody's attention for as much as I wanted et cetera those are coming back up and they could come up with regardless of the deceased wife. They have to do with the degree to which you're feeling more and more intimate with him and you develop a deeper relationship. They don't have to do with the fact that there was another person before you. But that just adds something to the plot. Right. And it's a normal feeling, by the way. It's the development of the trajectory of a heart that opens up. And for that matter, he may have some of the same fears and vulnerabilities and worries because I think that they kind of come when we fall in love. Because they open us up. Yes, of course. Of course. Also what's coming up for me is there is am I able to build a home with him a different home, he was married for many years and I wasn't. So I feel like I'm less experienced, although I'm in my late 40s. So that's also some big piece of myself doubt, I think, know that I'm talking this over with you more and more is kind of opening up and I feel perhaps it's also about home making and nesting. So how you doing in the kitchen? We are a great team in the kitchen. It's the same metaphor. What is happening in the kitchen? We'll expand to other rooms. He's not interested necessarily in having an extension of the life he had before..

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

04:02 min | 7 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"Hello, we're stare. I am speaking to you from Buenos Aires, Argentina and South America. I am divorced. I'm 48 years old and I early this year in January I met a wonderful man who is 59, a way to work. The thing is that his wife passed away about four years ago. And neither he nor his daughters, I think, have dealt with a lot of the stuff.

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

07:24 min | 7 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"Did she ever think that what you were offering her was actually very rich? It's a beautiful gift, by the way. Yeah. I honestly don't think she saw it even remotely in those terms. She told you weird? Perhaps the after wanting that sort of relationship? Yeah. Like what's wrong with you that you want such a thing or what's the matter with you? I guess. That's not what most boys want or you're coming on too strong or I think that's what it was. I think that it's not something that most boys want, especially at that age, like finishing high school, I thought she was more cynical of my intentions. And that's why she didn't really trust that that's actually what I wanted. So that's a very beautiful word you just chose, right? It's like the conversation between the romantic and the cynic. And part of her doesn't even know how to appreciate it really. It would be another girl's dream. Exactly. But this particular girl looks at it and just says, yeah, wow, where are you coming from? What is that all about? Is that what you have on your mind? And if you can stay confident, you basically say yes, does that make you so uncomfortable? The hard thing is to really stay confident about it because then sometimes she can make you doubt yourself too. Did she succeed or did you say I think I stayed pretty steady? Probably two study where I probably should have given up on her before I did. And why didn't you get the message? Because you used to getting what you want because you are so smitten that you are not going to stop, or because you thought I can convince her otherwise. I think it was a little it was a combination of things. I mean, I'm also the sort of person that gets what I want almost all the time. It was also like a matter of pride that we were both very stubborn people and I kind of wanted to win her over. And also just because I really am appreciative of the richness that a relationship brings through a person's life. And it's something that I've always really deeply wanted. And when you didn't get it, what happened to you? It was quite tough. I would say right before high school was going to end. We had a sort of goodbye date. And we had a fantastic time. At the end of it, we said goodbye, knowing that it was the last time we'd see each other in a long time. I would say there was romantic tension, but I kind of ignored it because I didn't want to spoil anything by doing anything. And then she texted me later that night that she really wanted to kiss me at some point that night. And he never got the chance to do that. So for me, it felt like I never really got closure. And it was really, really tough on me for a long time. And at the same time, you never were totally rejected either. No, I mean, she told me at one point that the reason she didn't want to be in a relationship was because she liked me that much. Because she felt that I would be such a huge distraction in such a huge disturbance in her life. So that's what another reason why I really wanted to win her over because I knew that she was actually feeling the same thing. I hear you. I hear that changes the story. Yeah. Do you come home to live in the same town, right? I suppose. Yes. And have you seen each other on breaks? No. So a year after this happened, I actually went to visit her university because that's also where my best friend is. And we went out for a lunch or something like that. And it was very strange because the attraction I had for her was still there, but she definitely was not feeling the same for me anymore. No, that's super painful. Yeah. When you're a heart is still burning and the other person has any embers left, that's super big. Yeah. Since then, when I've been back home and she was also in the town in town. I did try once or twice to meet up with her, but she would not be very responsible. She would just ghost me basically. And that's when you need to accept and not pursue further because a she starts to really think that you don't get the message, even though it's really upsetting. But we, what starts to occur if you continue to want when another person says no and you're not listening, is that they get a sense that it's more important for you to get what you want than actually to see who the other person is. That then it becomes more about you than about any feelings you have for her. Yes. I completely understand that. That's the element that is weird. Yeah. I do see how it could cross the line into something that's more selfishness than yearning. I don't feel that that was the case with me. I don't see a relationship with something that I only I benefit from. You know, I really feel that it's something that something where I also help her become the best version of herself. I want you to eat some of my food. No thanks. I am not hungry. But really, I promise you, it's delicious. I've tasted it. I know you like it, but no thank you. I know it would be really good, but I am not hungry right now. I don't want to eat right now. I'm not interested in this food right now. I'm pursuing other meals right now. None of it's really, really. Yes, that's a pretty good way of putting it. You know, and at some point, if you really are interested in the other person, then you have to hear when they say I'm not hungry. Yeah. And that's where the sadness comes in and I still I still believe. I know I was right. I know she would have loved it. Yeah. But she is not there. Yeah. So, does that answer your question? Yeah. It sounds like then there is not much that I can do in that situation. Well, when you run into her, you will say, you know, I try very hard to convince you, but obviously we were in very different places. Where do I find you now? Yeah, I definitely hope you do that one day. That's it for now, from me. Okay. And I really hope you meet that girl with whom you can weave the story that.

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

07:34 min | 7 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"Hello? Hello. Oh, wow. Hi. It's very nice to talk to you today. Yes, pleasure to speak with you as well. Can you hear me? Yes, I hear you very well. Do you hear me? Yes, I hear you perfectly. Great. So I wanted to just call you and have an exchange about this beautiful question that you send. About how do you not scare high achieving women away when you tell them that you actually would love to be in a more serious, more long-term, deeper relationship with them, and that somehow you have a sense that for them it's a choice between either being productive and achieving or being in a romantic relationship and the two don't go together. Did I understand that well? Yes. How do you know you scared them away? What's happened? Give me just a snapshot. Well, I get the sense specifically that I would scare her away in that when I became more vulnerable to her. She seemed to be less responsive and less willing to spend time with me or do stuff with me. I felt that I would push her away by doing things that one would perhaps do in our relationship. So there's a particular person we're talking about, right? There's one woman here. Okay. And what is an example of something that you were doing that you felt she reacted with greater distance too? Well, I would propose to go out on date life experiences or I would be emotionally vulnerable towards her and tell her things that were happening in my life. And she responded not by saying what, but she responded by implying what. That this was going too far in the direction that she felt was more looking like a sort of relationship that she was not ready for. And did you ask it point blank? Do I scare you? Does this take you off your path? Do you have a feeling that I'm asking too much from you? Did you ever speak about it point blank like that? Yeah. I don't remember the conversation directly. I do remember that she did think it was strange that I was so attracted to her and that I wanted to be in that sort of relationship with her. Given how her personality was meaning. She thought it was very clear that she was not the type of person to be in a long-term relationship and that I would not pursue that with her. You know, the phrase that just came to me was something like you strike me as a woman who sees herself as very curious. It's interesting that you seem to know in advance what this could or could not be for you. And I'm wonder I would you be open to just see where it goes. But that also implies that you don't need a commitment upfront. And that was what ended up happening. We were sort of within ambiguous zone where I was like, okay, we're not going to be in a relationship. We're going to be Friends for now. But I am not content with Justine. And I made that very clear to her. And so when I did seem to veer into the direction of doing things that imply that we could we were more than friends such as being more emotionally vulnerable to her wanting to spend more time with her. Then she would retreat. Yeah, so she felt that you were coming on too strong. And that you wanted more than she was willing to give her was interested in receiving for that matter. And in a way, you're asking me that I hear two questions. I hear one is not the question you asked, but it's what I'm sensing is that your heart broke in a bit because you had your eyes set on her and your heart on this woman on this girl and she wasn't responding. But then you ask, was there anything I could have done? That could have been that could ever love. That would have made me succeed at seducing her and at winning her over. Yeah, I mean, I guess the more general question is, her argument that it was that it was very risky to her. Like, to lose herself and to get in a relationship, that would distract her from what she was trying to do. And I didn't seem to find a good counter argument to that because it does seem to me that when you enter a relationship you do change your priorities too often change. So I wasn't sure whether or not to argue that, oh no, everything will be okay if we be in a relationship. Oh, no, I would never take on the argument as such, you know, between love and work what's more important. I would just simply say that I can guarantee you a richer life. Yes. A life in which you are at the same time achieving an accomplishing and reaching and a life in which you also are relating and developing a beautiful story with me. This is not about either you enter a relationship and you forget what's important in your life and you suddenly are delayed on your ambitions. Where did that kind of split come from? That's not an uncommon attention. I mean, this is part of the history of women, but it's also part of the history of men in reverse. And you could also say that in this very rich curriculum, of courses that she's going to take, you would hope that she at least has one course that is called the school of life in the school of love and that that is equally important to have a new resume when you finish college. Yeah. I mean, I think you perfectly captured what it is that I was hoping to achieve with her. Is it still going on or is it over? Oh, no, I think we're done with her unfortunately because we're in separate colleges now. This was my last year of high school when this happened. Perhaps one day. In a couple of years, maybe once she's more mature, I would definitely go back to her and try again because what I experienced with her, I would say I had never felt before and I haven't since. It was your first time falling in love. It wasn't my first time really liking a girl, but I would say that with her, it was very different. It was a lot more intense. Every time she spoke it was like she was holding me in her hand, but it was very very intense. And what was it about her? You think that drew you in so much? She would say the things that I would think, but wouldn't dare to act on her personality was very much not caring what people thought about her. She would just see what's on her mind. Do what she wanted to take what she wanted. And it was something I always admired about her. And different from who you are, how you are? No, I would say I'm very much the same. And I think maybe that's why I also felt an affinity towards her..

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

06:12 min | 8 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"I think I make him even more scared and said when I do that. A time I admitted I was wrong. I happened very recently that I was literally seeing a couple and I just feel like I didn't do a good job with them. I was too fast. I didn't really connect with the woman the way I wanted to. I think at some point I began almost to scold her and it was just not a good idea. It was really, it was wrong. It was bad therapy. And I literally wrote to them after the session and asked him how things went because I knew that I didn't do the job the way that I think it would like to do it and should be done. And I think that admitting when I don't do the work well when I feel like I missed on a session, has been a liberating thing for me. I no longer feel like I have to justify it or like I have to deny it. I just come to the people and I say the week after I think last week I missed this or I did that and it wasn't right or I pushed you too much and it's really liberating to just say I wasn't at my best. I was wrong. It was over the summer and I was incredibly excited. My cousin who I'm incredibly close with and his wife came to visit with their newborn. And the plan was for them to stay with us for three weeks. And I totally underestimated how much it would take over her life to have a newborn child in the house. And I would progressively get more and more annoyed trying to correct them. And it became this situation where it was incredibly stifling. They felt uncomfortable and eventually after a series of things that went wrong. I blew up. It was really embarrassing. I tried to find the time to speak to them to apologize. I actually couldn't sleep very well and I felt amazingly ashamed and eventually I was able to get on the phone with them and hash things out. But I was completely wrong in the way that I handled that situation. And I think I have a new found respect also for parents and what they have to deal with. I wish someone had told me blank about sex. I wish someone had told me just about anything. Everything about sex. I grew up in utter ignorance. Nobody told me anything. And the first time when I went to my mom and I said, mom, there is no stork, and I didn't really come with the store. And I came actually out of your belly. She told me we will discuss this when you're older. And that was the end of the conversation about sex. So I wish she had told me just about anything and everything she or the other people around me. I was saved by my older brother, who was 12 years older and understood that you can't leave ignorance walking around like this, and bought me a couple of books and said, and then if you ever have any questions, just come to me. So the question I wish someone had told me blank about sex. And my answer is, I wish someone had just taken care of that leaving me completely clueless and ignorant. You would think that with the work I do that I had known quite a bit, though they came much later. What did you wish someone had told you about sex? What's your story? I wish that somebody would have told me a sex takes many forms that the B end all of sex isn't just a penis and a vagina and P and B intercourse. I wish that I was told that it's touching. It's kissing. It looks and feels different every time. And it's not all about having an orgasm. I grew up deep in the church. I was an altar boy for a little while. I used to sing the solo on Christmas morning. And I think I grew up with a narrative that I needed to be a shame about sex about my desire for sex or the way that I would express myself. Through sex, and I wish that someone had told me that sex can make me feel free to make me feel embody to empowered, and that's a journey that I get to go through now, which is a blast and an adventure and something I'm grateful for. But I wish I knew a little bit earlier. The game goes just like this, round and round. Tell the street lights yield to the Don. Wow. That was quite a night. You just can't make this stuff up. I mean, where the people come from with the kind of stories they tell that they surprise themselves, they have no idea where it's coming from. Thank you for your willingness to play. Thank you for trusting me. Thank you for opening up for sharing these kinds of incredible stories. And I hope you play again. You know what? I hope we play again. For details or to continue this game of stories, go.

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

07:59 min | 8 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"About a year or so ago. But we didn't really get to meet so. I'd love to meet you. Mona sit next to me? That voice. How does it make you feel? At home? On the edge of your seat? Both? You know why we're here, right? Because I created a game, a game of stories, and this is going to be game night. Did you know? The other people in the room, as if on cue, take a seat, forming a small circle around you. A stair picks up a blue box off the table. The kind you might expect some delicate Belgian chocolates to come out of. This one is elegantly stacked with playing cards. The stair picks one from the deck and begins. The last promise I broke was. The last promise I broke is every day every day I wake up and I think I'm going to go do a certain amount of exercise or I'm going to eat in a certain way or I'm going to sleep X amount of hours. They all have to do with certain kind of discipline of self care. And I break those promises every day. I say to myself, I'm not going to whatever. Let's say it's this thing. And then literally I'm standing in front of the fridge, I'm eating this thing, and I have a way of just dissociating from a moment and thinking that I'm not doing the thing that I said I wasn't going to do. And then a minute later, I see shit I broke that promise again. After she finishes her story, it's clear it's your turn to share. Are you ready? Do you know what you want to say? A survey begins again. This time with a different question. When I ask myself the question, I've never shared the whole story about the time. You know, there are a few stories in my life that I recount, but I often feel like there is a bit of a tweak that I make about these stories. And I know it because it's the way I kind of laugh a little bit while I'm talking about things that are anything but funny. And so sometimes it goes directly to some of the experiences that I would have at home, you know, where I just felt that there was such a deep sense of grief that sat in the middle, but we were so encouraged to always just charge that life and to engage with our erotic energy and our sense of aliveness that any time I wasn't instantly happy, smiling, jumping, I would be asked, what's wrong? What's happening? You know, and I think I got the message that it wasn't okay to be sad or to not be jumpy and the story I never shared out loud is how when I would get sad, I just would get very angry at myself for being sad because I thought I don't really have a right to be sad or down or melancholic or mopey or low. And so it would become this complete bundle, you know, this kind of mess between what I'm feeling what I think I should feel what I feel. I have a right to feel what I don't have a right to feel and that story actually defined me for quite many decades. Happily it is no longer so central for me. So when you think about a story that you have never shared the whole story, when I say I've never shared the whole story about the time, what would you say? What's your story? With her eyes, she lets you know. You can have a pass on this card. But your turn will come. In the meantime, the person to your right starts in on their story. I've never shared the story about my growing up with his sister who is bipolar and a brother who was abusive. And it's a hard story to share. I never shared the whole story about the time I did what I needed to do to get out of being an active military service in the Israeli army as a paratrooper. Partially because if I tell the full story, I might face court martial. Probably not anymore. I'm not sure about that. I never told the full story. It's painful and it's complicated. You're ready to play. I have a good one for you. Actually, I think I have two great ones for you. I've been a poor friend too. And the way I think about some of these questions is I literally at my mind wander and see where it stops. Like a whole lot and then it just stopped on one friend who I think have been a poor friend too because it is a couple of friends and they are splitting off and I realize in this instance that it's very difficult to stay a friend to both people, even though I have been. And so I have been more in touch or only in touch with one of them. And I think that that means I have not been a good friend to the other one. Just I don't even have to say, I think. I know. And of course, as always is the case the longer you wait, the more complicated it becomes. But I am going to reach out. So this is a beautiful question. I've been a poor friend, too. I have plenty of stories where I have been a poor friend too. But I told you just one. What's yours? I have been a bad friend to two people. One is. The collection of people actually, there have been a few friends that have been supporting me through a really tough time, and I have made most of the situations about myself. When you're in that much pain, it's hard to acknowledge that other people might need some support as well. And the second person that I've been Bedford to, though, is myself. I have cared way too much about what one particular person or one group of particular people. Think about me and in doing so I have neglected to actually be a friend and support myself. And love myself, I guess, in that cliche way. I've been a poor friend to my brother. He's currently unemployed and instead of just listening to what he's worried about and all the things that took care of him. I tried to fix his problem and I tried to push him into applying for jobs. And.

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Why The Church Must Lean In and Save America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 8 months ago

Why The Church Must Lean In and Save America

"We as Christians have to step up and regardless of your theological views or your eschatological views. I believe in the inertia of scripture, the triune God, I believe in Jesus Christ as my lord and savior. And you guys can sort out all the rest from there of your own denominational or theological differences. We have to fight for liberty and liberty as God's idea, not man's idea. And I am seeing so many churches that, especially over the last year and a half, there's three different types of churches in America. There are churches that are complacent, churches that are courageous, like this one that would host an event like this, or churches that are complicit, which are we'll start with the complicit churches. Those are the churches that are the ones that are flying the Black Lives Matter flags. Those are the churches that have the LGBT flags outside their door. They're the churches that give the sermons saying that we need to be woke and we need to embrace the diversity industrial complex. These churches are actively involved in trying to further a very, very destructive left wing agenda in our country. And we're seeing that through some people at the very top level of the American Christian community. Then there's the complacent church. Church is that say pastor say, hey, you know what? We don't do politics in our church. We just do the gospel. We don't talk about things that are happening in the news. And this is not biblical. All throughout the old and New Testament, whether it be Esther, nehemiah, mordecai, Jeremiah, Joseph and Daniel, they were God's chosen people fighting for God's purpose and secular government. Daniel fasted and prayed for the well-being of the nation that he was in. And Jeremiah 29 7 it says demand the welfare of the nation I have sent you in because your welfare is tied to the nation's welfare. We as Christians are called to care about every realm and sphere in political life in life outside the walls of the church. And I never say what we are doing is the most important thing. The most important thing is winning souls for Jesus Christ. The most important thing that we can do. But then the obvious question is, what's the second most important thing? To make sure you can do the first thing. To make sure the church never gets labeled non-essential again. To make sure that the church never gets locked down again. So make sure we never go through a chapter in American history, where abortion clinics remain open, marijuana shops remain open. Liquor stores remain open and strip clubs remain open, but the church gets close. You know what? We shouldn't tolerate that. It's never going to happen again. And the church has to rise up and put people in leadership to say that the church is not non-essential. It's the opposite, the most essential

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Sen. Doug Mastriano Talks About the Importance of Local Politics

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | 9 months ago

Sen. Doug Mastriano Talks About the Importance of Local Politics

"And so that's why it's important that we have more diligence and that we have more people active politically and running for office what have you and every position support. We saw this past year in Pennsylvania and across a nation that school boards are important. The county commissioner's important, even state senators are important. And so we can't stand aside now. Yeah, yeah. I know. And I've said this on the program before, it's one of the things I knew growing up that phrase that said, all politics are local. And it does start right with your local school board. That's the basis and you go up from there. Yeah, you really can't make this stuff up. I mean, obviously loudon counties put an exclamation point on a whole point of view there and how important even school boards are. But, you know, around my state here, thankfully, a lot of people instead of just standing aside and here's one thing out, but that really strikes me. American Christians, we have to be careful about, I guess passivity is maybe not the right word. But just I guess lack of care, you know, hey, things are going terrible in our country and then Christians will often say they'll throw their hands up and say, oh, it's God's will. That is ridiculous nonsense. No, it's not his will. For some reason God chooses to work through the agency of men and women like you and me to stand in the gap like Esther's like giddy and like Martin Luther picky here, George washingtons. And if you just throw up your hands, all right, God will raise up and deliver deliver from elsewhere Esther chapter four, but it will take time. There'll be

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"Next time, on where should we begin? Like I said, I've looked up to you for so long for a while. I didn't know I had any value. In that in that change. In that chain and I think there was a period where there was definitely the jobs where it was like, oh, I actually don't need you either. You know what? I'm cool. And it was hoping that me doing that would elicit some sort of reaction about. What about us? So many deep, powerful questions that surround this unique relationship called my best friend. You're my favorite person to take on the world with. I realize and recognize it now. When I said I want us to be lifelong friends because I want you to be in my life in my life, not like checking in here and there, but like, you know, be best friends. And that's what these two young men came to explore with me. Actually, that's what they came to explore with each other. They just needed a space where they could talk and realize how much they had shared, but also how much they had never spoken. Next time, on where should we begin? In 2014, I was working for The Washington Post in Iran. One night, some guys with guns showed up at my apartment and took my wife and meet the prison. I knew the war in deep trouble but obviously I was trying to be hopeful that they don't know. I spent a year and a half of the hostage. Everyone from my family to president Obama played a role in getting me out. I'm Jason resigned. All episodes of 544 days are out now. Follow and listen for free. Only on Spotify. Some families, you're born into. Other families you have to find for yourself. But every family, without exception, has a moment. Where it totally totally sucks. I'm Jorge Jess. Host of dysfunctional family story time. A new show from gimlin. Each week I'll play a story about strange families. The strange family deranged families. Families that don't quite fit together. To help you figure out how you fit into yours. These stories are funny and sad. They'll give you something derail again, or maybe to relate to. They'll be your weird little companion and keep you company. During the darkest days of the year. Are the sunniest? Depending on your hemisphere. Dysfunctional family story time is out now. Follow and listen for free, only on Spotify..

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"Hello, it's a stir. Hi. Yes, hi, hi. How are you? I'm good. I can't believe I'm speaking with you. I feel so lucky. Hey, here we are. And you have a question for me. How can I help you? The question I suppose is, what do I do when I see my best friend betraying herself and I know it doesn't bother her? Does that make sense? Yes, but interesting thing in your question is that it half of it is a question and half of it is an opinion. Yeah, I'm very opinionated, which is part of my problem, I think. And what is the issue, first of all? I think the main issue is just in the past year, you know, like after landing herself in this position where I think she's been quite lonely. She's met someone and kind of rushed through all of these phases of life. Meeting someone getting engaged, moving in, getting a dog, arranging a wedding, needing to get pregnant straight away. And all along the way, I'm not seeing any indication that there's space for her, but when we have conversations about these decisions that she's making and why she's making these decisions and, you know what, she wants to do, I'm concerned that I see a lot of accommodating for other people and that there aren't those moments where I see her who she is what she's all about what she wants. And you've said as much to her. It's tough with her. She's more stubborn than I am. And one of these people that, in the past, you know, because this isn't the first time things like this come up in our relationship. If you kind of clearly bring her up on this stuff and you say, I'm really concerned about this. Are you sure that this is the right choice? Are you sure that this is your choice? How is this serving you? Those are the things that tend to propel her even further into whatever it is that's going on. Yeah, because your question is actually asking her to affirm her choice and to convince her that it's the right choice, but that's the way you ask it. You know, you could also ask her what you just said. You know, this has been a very rough year for you. And you have felt very lonely and I am far away and many of the other people that you wish were there or that you would hope to count on haven't been there for you. I tell me how important has he or day, if it's his family, included been for you. Yeah, yeah. I feel like it's almost like she's kind of closed in on that conversation if that makes sense. Because well, she calls me and she'll kind of preempted it in a way. Like I feel like she knows what I'm going to ask. Because you're not asking. You're not really asking questions. Your questions are disguised judgments with a question mark at the end. You're not really asking her. So she anticipates judgment and criticism from you. And she comes in defendant and the more you tell her that she doesn't seem to know what she's doing and the more she will tell you that she does. And the more she will justify herself and the more you will think that she's unhinged. Yeah, actually, that's it right on the head. So what if you turned around the moment and changed course and actually did something that was very different. And you could even start by saying, I think I have been quite judgmental. I have been so surprised and so not convinced that I have not really asked you, but I have basically told you. But really, imagine that you actually became deeply curious and interested in understanding rather than in wanting her to understand why you think this is not a good idea. Yeah, I think that's exactly it. You're going to go to the wedding. I am, yeah. I'm nervous about it, obviously. But I need to be there with her in person. I think I think part of the problem as well is just the time difference and video calls like you don't really get a complete story there. And I think it's easy for all of this to feel so abstract and just for us to be reminded about I guess why that friendship matters. Are you afraid to lose her? Terrified. And have you said that? And maybe that is not just because of who she's marrying, but just a simple fact that she's moving into a new life stage. She seems to be entering a whole family, which you always thought you were her family. And it's complicated by the fact that you don't particularly think that she's making a choice that you are fond of. But you don't fully understand the choice. I'm not talking about his values and their lifestyle and all of that. I'm talking about her loneliness. Her sense of loss that she felt during this year and how she chose to respond to it. And you haven't said to her, I'm just afraid to lose you. Yeah, exactly. And I think related to about 9 years ago. My dad just up and left, and he changed completely completely and he changed his life completely and I spoke to him for the first time on the phone in 8 years. About 6 weeks ago and it was like speaking to a complete stranger. And I think that's what I worry about in this is like I recognize moments where I'm like, this isn't the person I've known my entire life. Does she know the resonance of what's happening between you and her with what you just described with your father? No. Okay. I don't want to be like centering myself and all of this. Oh, but it would explain so much. That's not about putting yourself at the heart of the story. That's about saying to her, I'm beginning to understand why I have reacted the way I have. Yeah, yeah, 'cause I think that's the thing is I'm worried now that that's what she believes is that, you know, I'm looking down my nose at her for something, you know, I've never expected her to ever make the same choices in life as me and we never have made the same choices. We've lived very different lives in many ways. But yeah, I'm not sure if she if she would arrive at that conclusion. I guess it's just it never feels like the right time to.

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

07:55 min | 9 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"It's hard again. And I'm envious that for him, it's kind of an option. He's opted into this into thinking about this. And for me, it's not. Right. Right. But you're right. I also, I do feel strong and I am proud of myself and I am totally aware that that has come from what I've experienced in my life. So it's complicated. Yes. It's complicated. It's layered. It's not this all that. But you're right. He chooses, but you know what? So have you. Because if I was asking you what drew you to him? Somewhere, I'm imagining. You tell me whenever I'm going off track, that you would also say that part of what you appreciate in him is his curiosity and his deep interest in you and your life experience and your family's experience in the world and the politics outside of this country, et cetera and B that he comes from a strong family. That's true. And that what draws you to him is his nuclear family, the kind of bonds they have with each other the stability that that represents the continuity in his family, kind of the opposite of the disruptions and the breaches that took place in your family. Yeah. At the same time, his family did they split up later than I did, but they did. I don't think I could have been with him or anyone for that matter who hadn't had some of those issues in their own life. Which issues? A family divorce of some kind of some kind of pain or something sounds kind of harsh, but you know something to compare it to something to help you have empathy. It's not harsh. It's not harsh at all. Your family, the loss in your family came through divorce and separation. Separation of what sort. Physical my dad is not in this country. Right. But because by choice or by by choice, yeah, there's a divorce and we came here. And what you say is having someone else who also experienced a breakup in the family who also experienced loss and pain from within the family is a point of identification that we have with each other. That is in very important to me. So he may come from privilege, but there is something about loss inside the family. And what that feels like that we do share. And for me, knowing that someone had experienced some tragic element in his life, was very important. He wasn't just the coaster all over the place. Yeah, he's not that guy. And that is important to me. Okay. So now you sit with him and you tell him, you know, I realize, as we live closer together and we've lived in the same home, it's like I get to see what I had and what I didn't have by looking at you. You probably do the same with me. And I get to see how you've come to expect certain things by virtue of how you grew up and same for me. And I get to see the way we see the world as something that is stable and consistent and the places where we see the world as more precarious. And fragile. And this is not a problem that we need to solve. This is a reality that we learn to live with. Yeah, I guess, yeah. I guess that's the answer right there. It's just ongoing. This will, if you stay with this man, this will be accompanying your story for the rest of the duration of your story. And you either make it a complementarity. Where you sometimes end with him, but also sometimes have lots of gratitude for it. Appreciation for it. Joy for what it gives you. For you and your mother for that matter. Yeah. You know, because otherwise what happens is that the very one of the very things that drew you to each other, then becomes the source of conflict. You wanted it, but now you are fighting with it. Do you have a differences around wastefulness and things like that? It's funny to use that word. Yeah, we do. Yeah, we do. We do. I'm much more careful. And do you use it to snap at each other? Or do you see it as a difference or do you actually say I could learn a little bit from you? I think he's better at this than I am. I do kind of snap. Like there's just there's not a mindset of abundance usually for me. So it's hard to get out of that. And they snap at him, but I am he's so much more like able to just accept that we're different. And be happy about that. And then trying I'm trying to do that too. Right. But I will tell you something. You didn't always want to have to be so frugal. So careful. So counting. But you had to. And a part of you wished you didn't have to. But a part of you is afraid that if you stop doing it since life could at any day put you back in scarcity mode, you better just keep on with the program. Yeah. It's not what he is or is not doing only. It's also what it evokes inside of you. Yeah. You see, if you ask him to do the way you do, it's because you're asking him to resolve your internal conflict. If you do, like me, then I don't have to think about the fact that there isn't just this way of being. Yeah. You got it? Yeah. All right. Is this a good start? Yeah, this is a start. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm inviting you to go and have one of the first and many conversations that you need to have with him about this. But this is going to accompany the two of you. This is for the rest of your relationship. This is part of your relationship. It's in the mortar. It's not a problem that you need to solve. Yeah. Okay. All right. Thank you. Good.

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"So I have been with my boyfriend for two years now and I am super happy and this relationship. But we are also very different. We come from really different places. I am Middle Eastern. It's white. I immigrated to this country when I was a kid. I grew up with a single mom. Lived in a multi generational household. Didn't have a lot of money growing up, and he had kind of the opposite of bringing grew up in the typical American sheltered suburb and I knew that things weren't fair that things were unequal. A lot of different levels, but it didn't really get to me. What I'm struggling with now is the feeling of how unfair it is as opposed to just the knowledge of it. What is her question? Her question is, how do you deal with basically pent up resentment and anger in a relationship? Because of how you grew up, but especially around privilege. And what she says to me and that which I thought was most interesting is that I didn't know how I grew up was any different for a long time until I started becoming hanging out with American kids and realizing like shit, that's not how I grew up. All right, I'm recording. She's here. Okay. Hi. Hello. How are you? Good. How are you? I am fine. I'm fine. I was listening to your message. And I thought, since you had some time after you left it as well, ask me the question again. So basically I sometimes recently have been feeling resentful and I think that my resentment is towards kind of greater inequalities, but I think that I'm projecting those inequalities onto my boyfriend, what do I do? Put that resentment. How does the resentment speak? How does it manifest? I just get angry and I keep it inside, but I think it comes out in passive aggressive ways towards him. Making him feel like he's doing something wrong in the little things that he does when really he's not doing anything. It just gets snippy with him. What does it say? How does it speak? What does it do? How does it snap? Like me talking to him? Like you resentment talking to him. It's kind of like how dare you take advantage of the easy option when I have to do it the hard way. Keep going. Yeah, it's like you don't understand how easy you have it. And you don't appreciate what you have. And I wish that you were just I wish it was harder for you too. If it was harder for you, you'd understand a little more about how hard it is for me. Yeah. Is this a secret topic, a hidden topic or is this out in the open? It's out in the open. It's relatively recently that I realized it's even a topic for me. It's out in open. What triggered it? First it was that we kind of work in similar fields and living together. I get to see just the ins and outs of his financial life. And of mine, and he makes significantly more than I do. And then it was small things like taxes. Like his dad was able to pay for an accountant. And I had to pay. Quite a bit of money for mine. And just learning more about his family's financial situation and comparing it to mine. Our future together. And when you brought it up, I just said, like with the tax thing, I just brought up. I'm having some feelings around you, not going with this accounted service and relying on your dad's account. Which then leads to. Well, do you want me to not do use the same service that you use, even though I have this other option available? And of course, it's not true. But then we end up in this kind of quiet space of like each herding a little bit. Maybe because I have the resentment of him because he's like, why is this my problem now? Can I ask you something? Sure. If I asked him what drew you to each other, would I hear something to the effect of she worked really hard to get to where she is? I admire her strength. Yeah, you would. I would. Okay. Yeah. So he is not oblivious to your reality. He understands that where did you come from? Iran. Okay. Does he know more than just the name of the country? Does he know a bit of the situation? Yeah, yeah. He knows quite a bit, and he's very close with my mom. Okay. So basically, you have a good start. He's not oblivious. He knows, probably quite a bit about what it took to get here. What it took to start here, is it fair to assume that you also put money aside to help your mother if she needs it? Yeah, absolutely. Right. Your salary is not just for you. Your income is not only for you. And he probably respects it and maybe even admires it. Yes, so far? Yes. Okay. Absolutely. Right. So when you resentment becomes activated and it wants to say you don't understand, it is not exactly true. It is the way resentment talks. But resentment sometimes is biased, too. And on the other side of resentment, sometimes is loss. Longing. Envy. Like, I wish I could have it sometimes easy like you. Not just, I wish you would have it as hard as very hard, so you would understand what heart needs to me. And it's not really sure that you even want him to have it so that you want to have it so easy because as a part of you that probably admires your skills your strengths, your grit, yeah, that's totally true. I think there is quite a bit of envy in there. As we think about building our lives together and suddenly there's this option to have it be easier because I'm with someone who has it easier that seems appealing. But at the same time, it there's always in the back of my mind, the thought that if this ends and back to.

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"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"esther" Discussed on Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

"Every season for where should we begin? I received thousands of applicants. And one of the most frustrating things is that I'm only going to be able to see ten couples. And I've been grappling with this. How can I connect with more of you? There are so many powerful questions. So many pain points that I would like to be able to at least address with you even if shortly. So this series is going to be different. It's you calling me with a very precise question. With your pain point, me, calling you back, and together we think out loud. And we go from where should we begin to where can you start? This episode is brought to you by CBS. These days, even a short trip can feel like a big deal. That's why CVS delivers prescriptions and.

Should Church and Politics Mix?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 10 months ago

Should Church and Politics Mix?

"Sometimes the accusation against Christians who are politically savvy and culturally involved is that you guys are crossing the line and, you know, keep church in the church. Keep hops out of the church. And you guys shouldn't mix the two. I mean, you know, we had candidate junkin came by last Sunday. And, you know, we welcomed him the sheriff was here. And it was faith in blue week. And I brought him up and honored him. And the sheriff's Facebook page lit up because people said, how dare he go into a church? He's an elected official, and the separation of church and state. Speak to that nonsense. Yeah. Sure. I injected my opinion there. No. No, I'm sorry. You let the questioner Gary, how are you? You love me in the right direction. So yeah, let's start with this. First of all, any Christian that says, you should not comment on politics. You shouldn't care what happens in government. They got to get a pair of scissors and cut out a lot of parts of their Bible. They have to cut out the parts of the Bible where God's people were trying to influence their secular government for his purpose. How about Esther, mordecai? Jeremiah. Joseph, just to name a few. Daniel that we're trying to influence secular government for God's purpose. It's all throughout the Old Testament that the people of God were trying to be counselors to the king.

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What Is Hammurabi's Code?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 10 months ago

What Is Hammurabi's Code?

"Is. What is hammer Robbie's code? This is a good question, I think. And what is a significance with the old test of it profits? Oh yeah, this is it's actually not the profits. It's earlier in the Old Testament. The bottom line is that when they discovered Hamilton's code, I think this was in shushan or susa, which they also discovered. Like this is, you know, the archeologists keep discovering things. They go, oh my goodness, we've discovered the city of shushan or susa, which is where the book of Esther takes place. Nobody knew did it really exist. Boom, they discover it. And while they're excavating it, this is in a 150 years ago, they discovered this steel or Stela, I never know how to pronounce it. With what we now call hammurabi's code. And it's a detailed law listing of laws, very detailed. And it lists, for example, the price of a slave at 20 shekels. And that and other things, which I won't go into because we don't have time. But we now have something from, you know, many, many centuries before Christ that corroborates something that never could have been corroborated before, which is intense little specifics of when Joseph is sold into slavery. In the early pages of genesis, how much money was paid for him? How many shekels? And you can trace it through the early pages of genesis. So here again, you have out of the sands of the desert of the Middle East. You're getting archeological historical corroboration of tiny details from the Bible,

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Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder

"Once. Esther and jim retired. Esther insisted on moving south to swim. Washington soon after the move to swim esther learned. She had cancer and she died two years later. Esther's death hit jim hard and he decided to move back to alaska where he would be closer to his son. He bought a house in wa- silla on golden dale drive and his neighbors across the street were hanged dawson and his eighth wife. Thirty year. Old terry according to neighbors wheeler became good friends with the dawson's and was a frequent dinner guests at their house. Hank and terry dawson suffered marital problems in the summer of nineteen ninety-three and hank temporarily moved out of the house to live in anchorage. After hake walked out on her teri immediately called her neighbor. Jim wheeler to cry on his shoulder. Perhaps terry considered her relationship with jim platonic but friends say. Jim fell hard for terry. Jim apparently could not keep his emotions to himself because he told anyone who would listen that he was in. Love with terry dawson. Meanwhile terry and hank decided to work on their marriage and hank move back into their wasila home over the nineteen ninety-three labor day weekend by this time jim wheelers feelings for had grown into an obsession and he told several people that he could not stand. Think of terry and hank in bed together. Hank died in the explosion. Only four weeks after returning to live with terry in

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Amanda Grace's Prophetic Word Calls on America to Defend Israel

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Amanda Grace's Prophetic Word Calls on America to Defend Israel

"Or you said that strategic hits will come out israel. Did you say that. I think are not. We did say that. That schettino kits. Oh the lord also said yesterday teach kids would come and he said to terrorist groups of men in secret are looking to make superpower force of terror that's interesting because terrorist groups normally. Don't meet together and deal together. It seems like the taliban and isis. They're supposed to be enemies but obviously they are. Now we will look. We don't know what's happening. Be honest but this is that god said okay. So those strategic kit. Israel's going to be compelled to do this so they're gonna be compelled out to do these strategic hits now may may another nation joint israel it may you may see another nation rise in the middle of this to help them you know mordechai said to esther when he brought to her what he min- done with the king and trick the king in the edicts went out he said. If you stay silent right now you will be destroyed with us but help will arise from another place. So we saying best to remain silent There's a good chance that something is going to happen to her in this. She's dot going to remain queen but help would arise from another. That's kind of what's happening right now. If the united states stay silent the leadership of the united states while the people are crying out to help israel help will arrive. God will raise up health from another area. Now that's hard to imagine. Because i can't think of another nation beyond the united states now a israel it would be interesting to watch. It could be. It could be a part of the united states part of the military within the us. That doesn't agree with the leadership. There could be a lot going on here however we know the leadership right now of this country is not doing what they are supposed to

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Influential Educators: Abolitionist Prudence Crandall

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Influential Educators: Abolitionist Prudence Crandall

"Was born on september third. Eighteen three in rhode island booth of her parents. Pardon and esther were farmers. Imprudence was young. Her family relocated to canterbury connecticut. There prudence studied arithmetic. Latin and science topics not normally taught to girls at the time. But prudence is family was quaker. Quakers believe in equal opportunity for education in eighteen. Thirty one. prudence opened her own private school for girls. The canterbury female boarding school. The school served the wealthiest canterbury families and was a source of great pride in the community. It was ranked as one of the best schools in connecticut with the curriculum that rivaled even the most elite all boys schools but prudence is school was not entirely equal. All of her students were white to encourage prudence to take a more aggressive stance. Prudence is black housekeeper. Marsha davis began strategically leaving copies of the abolitionist newspaper. The liberator in places where she knew prudence would find them. The liberator promoted the need for immediate abolition as opposed to a gradual abolition. That was more commonly supported by the new england. Delete sarah harris who came from a prominent black family in the area was the first to actively approach prudence about integrating school. Sara was eager to continue her own education so that she could become a teacher for other black children and in eighteen thirty. Two prudence enrolled sarah in the canterbury boarding school. The decision was met with outrage white. Parents demanded that prudence expel sarah when she refused. They withdrew their daughters from the school realizing that she'd need to find new sources of tuition. Prudence went to speak with william lloyd garrison. The outspoken white abolitionist publisher of the liberator prudence and william discussed the possibility of converting the canterbury school into a school entirely for black girls. William connected prudence with money of the most prominent black families in new england and in eighteen thirty three the school reopened with a new mission to educate quote young ladies and little misses of color. The class consisted of twenty four students and the curriculum remained identical to that of the original. Can't school

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Why Does Our Desire for Our Partner Wane? With Esther Perel

Sex With Emily

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Why Does Our Desire for Our Partner Wane? With Esther Perel

"Anyone who's been in a long term relationship is gone through a phase where the desire for your partner fades no matter how intense and exciting the honeymoon phase. Was you get used to each other. And the novelty wears off. So why does the desire for our partners wayne in long term relationships notes. Big question for most of history In long term relationships which was primarily marriage was for procreation to that you could have eight children for which you probably needed to have more because a few were not going to survive and sex was primarily a woman's berry to duty. So you did it. 'cause you had to and you had motivation to which was to procreate. We went from the row creative model to the recreativo bottom. We went from duty to desire. We went from sexuality to be a kind of economic asset because children's were economic assets to sexuality to being for pleasure and connection. We take it for granted but it is a massive transformation and then come to sixties and we have a number of mini revolutions it primarily we have the democratization of contraception which means that the generation at that for the first time has premarital sex has the permission to do what they want has contraception in their hand has a security that has been redefined under a completely new organizing principle and they don't feel like it at home and they don't know why can we want what we already have is the fundamental question of desire. What is the difference between love and desire how do they relate. But also how do they conflict. Why is it that the forbidden is so erotic. Why the spirit who deliver such a fatal erotic blow what is at stake with the very thing that people rely on is the very thing that becomes more most fragile because we don't think of desire something that needs to be cultivated sustained actively nourished within that because in the beginning for some of us. Anyway it's it's just going to remain there for epa

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Psychotherapist Esther Perel On The Importance of Navigating Workplace Dynamics

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Psychotherapist Esther Perel On The Importance of Navigating Workplace Dynamics

"Get into. Why do you work place. Relationships and dynamics matter like why is it important to start focusing on the interpersonal relationships. At work and i think more and more people are asking this wondering now that a whole bunch of us are working just like best over zoom over mace time locating relationships have always been important in the workplace but paying attention to them noticing dynamics understanding how they influence collaboration connection. Conflict resolution communication. That was often relegated to what was code. Soft skills and soft skills didn't seem to meet the bottom line and soft skills also were often seen as feminine skills and feminine skills could often be idealized in principles and actually quite disregarded in reality. What is changing is. The understanding that relational intelligence in the workplace is part of the bottom line. And why because the meaning work for people who work in debt economy as this does not cover the entire work. Reality is an identity economy. I come to work in order to develop in order to become a better version of myself is part of who i am. I'm in addition to a paycheck. It is part of development of the self. It is an identity project and for that mike connections to others to my managers my mentors my colleagues becomes the active context of my experience at work when relationships had work. Don't work well no matter. What is your remuneration no matter what is your promotion. No matter if you get free food or refused to get a gym you basically want sleep well and that it would surpass everything you know. Nothing will compensate for poisonous relationships in the workplace barclay. Also because for so many of us it is a central place for us for so many years. It is the place of our social life and our mobility

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Why Is Fasting Bad for Menopause?

Ask The Health Expert

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Fasting Bad for Menopause?

"Well. I don't think fasting is bad for menopause. In fact i would argue that. Menopausal women have this incredible advantage because they're not dealing with having monthly cycles not having significant fluctuations like they did when they were still cyprian between estrogen and progesterone. Each month their bodies are not in a place where they're going to procreate they're not going to have to maintain and sustain of pregnancy and so therefore biologically. I think that are an advantage. I think it's it's a time when We have to mitigate stress. We have to be really proactive. I remind everyone that knit middle ages the time when our bodies will remind us if we are not being conscientious enough about software strategies so that includes high quality sleep that includes stress management that includes removing inflammatory foods from our diet that includes not over exercising. Which is the typical tendency. We think when you have to work out harder to lose weight than we did when we were younger and really. It's it's all the other things. I've just kind of mentioned yet to be workout smarter. Not harder and so. I don't think fasting. As bad for menopause and backed i think most women as they transition into their early forties with the loss of esther dial which is the active form of estrogen is. That's kind of petering off People's appetites shift and change and so it's much easier for people to eat less often. It is the the you know. The desire gede naby decreased and so getting up in the morning and getting a workout in and get your kids off to school or getting yourself to were You're not focused on having to get that. First neil end so i really do believe that utilized with the other strategies that i've already kind of alluded to stress management making sure that uber removed inflammatory foods and and the big ones. Are you know gluten. And

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A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets

The Book Review

01:59 min | 1 year ago

A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets

"Elizabeth egan joins us now to talk about her latest. Pick for group taxed. Hey liz hi pam i thanks for having me. What's the book. The book is called. I couldn't love you more. And it's by esther freud. This is her ninth novel. And it's a book about three generations of women kind of circulating between ireland and england and the first one is a woman named ika. We get to know her in the nineteen thirties than her daughter. Roseline in the nineteen fifties and then a woman who we find out. And i'm not giving anything away that you won't learn fairly early in the book is kate who and we meet her in. Nineteen ninety-one and roseline is the linchpin of the whole story. She becomes pregnant in her early twenties and winds up in a home in ireland outside of cork a mother and baby home. Run by nuns. Who force her to give up her daughter kate for adoption and so the book is the story of these three women. And how e phi is continuing to look for roseline who disappears and kate is looking for roseline. She's looking for birth mother. And it's this incredibly powerful story about mothers and daughters and also an interesting and really heartbreaking. Look at what was happening in ireland at the time that really went on for about one hundred years where the catholic church ran the. They were like prisons for women who were in trouble in some in some way and they forced women to change their names and to give up their babies. And it's an incredibly heartbreaking walk at that legacy of secrecy.

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The Mystery of Esther Brandeau

Can We Talk?

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The Mystery of Esther Brandeau

"This story starts in the seventeen thirty s. Seventeen thirty three to be precise and this historical figure who i call esther brando shacklock. This figure is being sent to family in amsterdam on a dutch ship but this dutch boat runs aground. She's rescued and then ensues a five year journey. She doesn't go back to her family. She stays for time in beats which is a coastal town nearby for a little while and then sets off as a young man and travels all along coastal france working on boats between bordeaux and don't for example deserting at not continues onto a han in brittany where they work for taylor then for a time in semi lower. They work for a baker and then they work for a time in a religious order and they work for a retired soldier and then ultimately at some point. they're arrested and suspected as a thief but then released twenty four hours later and then eventually they board a ship at lower shell a typical starting point for transatlantic voltages to what the french empire called new france. What we today call quebec quebec city in particular. Which is when dot territory. There is only one account written by a woman about the story from that time period written by a nun in a letter to a friend in which she says. This happened in canada. This person arrive to turned out to be a jewish young jewish girl. Aleve the new cetinje on canada. In fiji we've dc matlock look on soup. Sonar came this year to canada. A jewish girl disguised as a sailor. She was suspected of being a person on the ship but she did not admit to it. Monsieur de don don interrogated her. She told him the truth and that she had fled from her parents because she was less loved by them than one of our sisters.

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On REFUGIA: GROWING CONNECTION

Cultivating Place

01:17 min | 1 year ago

On REFUGIA: GROWING CONNECTION

"So i i want to start off with what i would like to use as an abstract foundation for the rest of our conversation and i want to get started with you esther. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your mission statement for your work at refugee and with plants. Thanks yeah my name's esther i'm twenty eight. I'm the head of landscape stewardship which i really considered to be all about relationships. We go back to that a lot. I think our relationship to each other as a team could land that we're working with and with the people that inhabit the land and then between all of those influences landscape stewardship is always out on the field and were essentially coaxing along. These are designed native landscapes into becoming established crank communities that each unique site and we're always intending to connect people to the living landscape that they're living in and We do that kind of through creative. Communication based on people's unique interests.

"esther" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"esther" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Good night, everyone. This was Ron and another episode of the run. What you're introducing the show. Oh Sorry is. That you Carolina. Yes, that's me. You're staring directly at me in the daylight so i. Had A rough night. Folks if you're listening if this microphones even on I'm. Going to give it to you straight I am on well. If, you've never gone through a break up with pop star well. It's like a normal break-up except. You can listen to them in Google them and where they're wigs for hours. Hours upon hours. All night, even Oh, listen I know that last episode. UNC A broke up on air, which was crazy and kills me. How hard can you've been? I don't know what you mean. I never said I was heartbroken. The drama fear Improv class listen. You watched the whole series of Gilmore girls in five days. That's eight seasons of a one hour show. Lead I will follow okay. Um well today, we have a famous psychotherapist esther parral. She's amazing. I think it's perfect timing where we have guest today. We. `Super Al.. And I would listen to her podcast over coffee. Esther is here today. Is that what you're saying? Yes? Yes, oh! Should I shower? That depends. When's the last time you showered? I showered on. Tuesday so yesterday. Okay? Yesterday was Sunday, so you shower it about a week ago. I think that's what happened, is it? Twenty twenty or two thousand sixteen. It's twenty twenty Gosh. My sixteen was over four years ago. This is so Laura Gilmore me. And you're my little BRAINIAC. Daughter, Rory. You're better go to Harvard. Okay. I'm going to help you get up, okay. Great timing by the Way Carolina. You booked esther peril after my long distance pop star, girlfriend and I broke up. Wow, really cool. I I'm single. Time for me to get into couples counselling. Let's just splash water on your face and have you ever played the Gilmore Girls Drinking game? It's where you watch gilmore girls and you drink every time. See it as a call you all right. We'll be back with US your prowl after this message. That's cold. You just throw a bucket of water. I'm sorry it was the only thing that could do. You're falling apart, Gosh. Does anyone have a hairdryer. All Ron Burgundy here I don't want to scare you, but every time you step out your door, you run the risk of losing everything. It's true. It's the reason why I didn't leave my house from July nineteen, seventy eight to August of nineteen, eighty two then I, discovered state farm. Actually that's when I discovered the concept of insurance, which would have been helpful back in the sixties and seventies when I was in more than my fair share of Fender Benders, now I live a fearless life full of love and hope because I'm fully insured my homes, my cars, my suits. Suits my sword collection, and between you and me. I with state farm, because unlike all those other guys, state farm feels like a real collaboration. These guys are not weirdoes with headsets to me from outer space. Some of these state farm guys and women to are like neighbors to me. You get state farm, and the future just feels a lot better. You can finally take life by the apples and quit hiding in your house, and that's the real deal. Folks like a good neighbor state farm as there. Hey, that was good i. just made that up. They should use that. With Ron Burgundy new podcast..

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"esther" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"esther" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Good night, everyone. This was Ron and another episode of the run. What you're introducing the show. Oh Sorry is. That you Carolina. Yes, that's me. You're staring directly at me in the daylight so i. Had A rough night. Folks if you're listening if this microphones even on I'm. Going to give it to you straight I am on well. If, you've never gone through a break up with pop star well. It's like a normal break-up except. You can listen to them in Google them and where they're wigs for hours. Hours upon hours. All night, even Oh, listen I know that last episode. UNC A broke up on air, which was crazy and kills me. How hard can you've been? I don't know what you mean. I never said I was heartbroken. The drama fear Improv class listen. You watched the whole series of Gilmore girls in five days. That's eight seasons of a one hour show. Lead I will follow okay. Um well today, we have a famous psychotherapist esther parral. She's amazing. I think it's perfect timing where we have guest today. We. `Super Al.. And I would listen to her podcast over coffee. Esther is here today. Is that what you're saying? Yes? Yes, oh! Should I shower? That depends. When's the last time you showered? I showered on. Tuesday so yesterday. Okay? Yesterday was Sunday, so you shower it about a week ago. I think that's what happened, is it? Twenty twenty or two thousand sixteen. It's twenty twenty Gosh. My sixteen was over four years ago. This is so Laura Gilmore me. And you're my little BRAINIAC. Daughter, Rory. You're better go to Harvard. Okay. I'm going to help you get up, okay. Great timing by the Way Carolina. You booked esther peril after my long distance pop star, girlfriend and I broke up. Wow, really cool. I I'm single. Time for me to get into couples counselling. Let's just splash water on your face and have you ever played the Gilmore Girls Drinking game? It's where you watch gilmore girls and you drink every time. See it as a call you all right. We'll be back with US your prowl after this message. That's cold. You just throw a bucket of water. I'm sorry it was the only thing that could do. You're falling apart, Gosh. Does anyone have a hairdryer. All Ron Burgundy here I don't want to scare you, but every time you step out your door, you run the risk of losing everything. It's true. It's the reason why I didn't leave my house from July nineteen, seventy eight to August of nineteen, eighty two then I, discovered state farm. Actually that's when I discovered the concept of insurance, which would have been helpful back in the sixties and seventies when I was in more than my fair share of Fender Benders, now I live a fearless life full of love and hope because I'm fully insured my homes, my cars, my suits. Suits my sword collection, and between you and me. I with state farm, because unlike all those other guys, state farm feels like a real collaboration. These guys are not weirdoes with headsets to me from outer space. Some of these state farm guys and women to are like neighbors to me. You get state farm, and the future just feels a lot better. You can finally take life by the apples and quit hiding in your house, and that's the real deal. Folks like a good neighbor state farm as there. Hey, that was good i. just made that up. They should use that. With Ron Burgundy new podcast..

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"esther" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"esther" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Of this beautiful banquet. He calls for queen being bashed i to come. She is also throwing a party at the king's palace for all of the women he calls for queen bash tied to come now. There's disagreement on on what's happening here. Some commentators say that he demanded. She show up in the nude with just her crown on. I don't know whatever it is. Queen bash tie reviews to come. She did not want to be shown off in front of these drunk and men and and so she is a bit of a hero for the women's lib movement because she rejected her husband's command. angry about this his counselor say remove her as queen and install another woman and that's what happened. She was forbidden to ever come into his presence again if she did she would die and so now a search is made throughout the kingdom and the most beautiful women are chosen to be a part the king's harem now this is literally being imprisoned in the palace for the rest of their lives and they serve breath cleaning the palace doing whatever needs to be done in the harem is large now. Oh queen esther or esther as she's now called in the story is swept up edessa wizard hebrew name. She is swept up in this roundup of beautiful women. She was a very very beautiful maiden virgin and so she's taken to the king's palace and there she is to be given beauty treatments.

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