19 Burst results for "Gajah"

Help Us to Obey (Ezekiel 23:49)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:52 min | 2 months ago

Help Us to Obey (Ezekiel 23:49)

"Ezekiel Chapter Twenty Three Verse Forty Nine And they shall return your. Lewdness. Upon you. And you shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry. And you shall know that I am the Lord God. So, this is the last verse in a long chapter. The depicts God's people as two women. One Who represents Samaria? The capital of the northern Kingdom of Israel among God's people. And the other who represents Jerusalem the capital of the southern Kingdom of Judah. God's people there. And the whole chapter describes how. God showed his judgment how God showed his judgment on the northern Kingdom of Israel Samaria. By delivering them over to the Assyrians. And then how God showed his judgment among the southern kingdom, his people in Judah specifically that capital Jerusalem by delivering them over to the Babylonians. and. Then you get to the very end of the chapter and Gajah says very clearly. Very plainly after forty eight verses of this depiction of women who have committed adultery who have committed idolatry as God's people. At the very end God says, you shall bear the penalty for your central. Trie. A. You shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry as you hear that phrase. I just think this is a simple principle. I think about going into details a a discipline conversation that heather and I were having our children recently. And we've had this conversation up million times. It seems like with different children I when you disobey. There will be consequences like it is not good to disobey. Is Good to obey that leads to good things when you disobey that leads to bad things and that's The Clear simple principle that God is saying over and over again in the book of Ezekiel. And he says it right here you shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry idolatry. Is, not, good, it does not lead to good. Immorality disobedience is not good at does not lead to good. This seems so basic yet how often? Do. We need to be reminded of this. As we are tempted every day to disobey in different ways. And God says to us in his word by his spirit over and over and over again, it is good to obey it is not good to disobey. So in a fresh way today Oh God, we pray. Help us. To choose that which is good. Today. Or, if we're listen this is we're gonna bed and night stowe wake up in the morning remembering that it's good to obey listening this at the very beginning of our day or somewhere else like as always we have time left in this day God, help us to choose that which is good. Help us to obey you help us to trust you help us to worship you alone. God please keep us from idolatry immorality disobedience and all that flows from it. Today and tomorrow in the next day to choose obedience. In every second in every moment and every decision every word and everything we do by Your Grace Oh God help us to choose obedience and to experience your goodness. And God, even as we pray this. We we. Know Our tendency to disobey. And we are so thankful. Jesus. We praise you. All timidly for bearing the penalty do our sinful idolatry. help us never to get over this. That you Jesus have paid. The price endured the penalty the judgment that we deserve four, our sin on the cross. All Glory be to your name that we don't have to be afraid. Of the judgment, we will experience all ultimately in eternity because you have paid that price for us. All Glory to your name. So all the more help us to live in obedience today. Elvis to experience your goodness today as those who've been forgiven of sin free from sins power help us to walk in Worship Review in obedience to you in love for you in all that we do help us to choose obedience life love for you and everything we do today and tomorrow and the next the next day please in every moment we pray in Jesus name in the name of the one who is paid the penalty of sin for us in his name we pray.

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Using tech to better combat raging wildfires

The 3:59

04:10 min | 3 months ago

Using tech to better combat raging wildfires

"You looked into technology that tracks wildfire movement which I find absolutely fascinating. What what did you find? Yeah. So an software has done to queen and computers have gone to acquaint. We're just regular computers in fire responders office can run a model and predict what aspires might do next faster than the fire itself. So basically, it's little bit like a weather forecast. It's not. You know this is exactly what's going to happen analysts human analysts look at the software and what it reports and they make calls based on recommendations to me with based off of what this Sunday can say the fire is most likely to. Go in this direction it's most likely this far it most likely to get this big and that helps people make decisions on how to use resources will what goes into the technology that means a similar to the Doppler system. You're talking about weather forecasting like how what, what are some of the technologies that go into it? Yes. The technology that's used is basically an understanding of the fuels that fires can burn in the wild. So that's things like these Bush grass up different kinds of education until weather and other natural forces that affect how fire moves. So that's something that has been studied since the early twentieth century to try and. How fast fire will move? And with the technology does with wear is to take that information at turn it into a two dimensional map. You can say just with paper and pen is probably GonNa go in this direction that's fast that stock where you can actually create a the area of the fire in which direction it's going to go, and that gives you a lot more. About what is danger burning? You talked about just how long they've been working on figuring out the the ways wildfires move the catalysts. How is that tracking capability all through the years the scientists have been trying to model fires with computers since computers existed. On the big mainframe computers came up with algorithms written in Fortran were when it be really early programming languages and they. Just couldn't go faster than the fire. So this was more about understanding fire than in the eighties and nineties. Early nineties there became a way to write a program that would work on just like a regular government budget he see inside virus office so that People who are actually fighting the fires could use this information and it got fast enough that it could actually. Give a sense of what might happen next in a fire that's still burning in terms of how volved now like obviously wildfires are extremely dangerous. They move extremely quickly how much faster is the the tracking now like how much of a time advantage do firefighters actually get with this capability? So depending on the software and there's lots out there different government agencies are trying to create these around the world in Australia and other places that run faster here in the US multiple programs. And they're they're they're trying to do is just move faster in general that can be mean that a projection for today that would usually hey, you know maybe an hour or two can happen within minutes So that's really useful. And also that you can take a little bit longer to projection for three or four days out, but it's more accurate than it would have been in the past. So it's it's faster for the now and it's more accurate for. More long-term information which helps with. Where to LAY PEOPLE GAJAH IN I don't know if there's a way to calculate this. Getting an extra hour advance notice like, is there any way to quantify how much of a benefit or yeah like how how beneficial to get an extra hour extra two hours of advance notice on where the fire might be moving? It's a huge benefit because it out on on. The first thing is that the people's lives are at stake both people who are in the path of the fire and the people who are trying to fight the fire and so having advance knowledge is really

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"gajah" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"gajah" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"You should think so to just. Egos please. We've made it. It's all I have. Okay. So decided dot com, which is our friend Jessica ranked. This one, hundred eight says the first mention of angels on the show turns out to be a great examination of purpose in faith and also turned super ironic given later seasons. The twist is easy but satisfying the first hints at a higher power or great too. Okay. So then thrill list dot com, our friend Uncle Joey ranked one, hundred, forty five. So they're not that far off from each other they're just getting closer. Does that mean that the next episode was even closer I can tell you know. makes. You think there is a pattern. nope not happening. Okay. So he won forty five. He said the ghost of a priest who has lost his way inspires those who believe they've seen in angel to murder I. Feel like his wasn't a complete thought. I feel like his freezing was off because it sounds like you're murdering being angel. It could also be how I read it because we know that goes punctuation helps I put punctuation I just doesn't register my mind. Eating it. So there's that. He thinks happen. Okay. So then are you what urban dictionary horse I do do you like that now you can see I got jazz hands going so exciting. So are urban dictionary word of the week is Ghost I. Don't know simple. Sure why not? They say that ghost is a scary s Mojo, I tried to get it while you're drinking. Gajah and then the example was just. A ghost. I mean, they're not wrong. That'd be my reaction to seeing ago. Ghost a ghost. Yes. That was the. Urban Dictionary of the we. I like it hourly aid. Needed Jingle. For that call, it may jiggle. We need a jingle. Okay. Now we're onto the as progressing through we're onto the outline of the episode. Please, follow your outline because I need to be held accountable. You guys don't know how this goes by now. So the outlet for the.

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"gajah" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"gajah" Discussed on WDRC

"I got his name is Paul and yet the guy that does the cold weather and we are back on the picture of the phone numbers eight seven seven seven two five eight two five five let's get back to the phone or try to get to as many calls as I possibly can but I am gonna spend a few minutes with you a little bit later on today show probably about five minutes I talking about specifically what you can expect when you go back to work from your past but right now let's go to my friend bill in Kennewick Washington Hey bill welcome to the picture five one eight thanks for taking my call I got kind of a stupid question two dogs know the related siblings know that their offspring from their parents and are absolutely positively yes okay I have a that doesn't always mean they get along take me in my system we know reform with respect with their father but that doesn't make us get along with each other so just because they're related doesn't mean they get a lot of your prime example just exactly a year ago down I adopted Marlene Willie Marlene really eye doctor from a shelter and their brother and sister look nothing alike and it want them adopted together I force the situation but they absolutely now they're brother and sister in fact I work with dogs and cats for that matter as well where they met A. I. sibling maybe five six years later that they never met since they were separated when they were puppies or kittens and the reaction is absolutely amazing so the answer is yes most stocks I would say the majority of dogs and cats undoubtedly will recognize a family member down the road to peace absolutely thank you very much has been real helpful for me what kind of dog do you have the I know earlier love heard of Amman Gajah nineteen total there they call margins of all things yeah well that's.

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"gajah" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"gajah" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"Stock up a baby fund. Or if it's okay to move forward into the baby step Oh okay all right. So did you finish baby. Step three yet yes we are now. Okay you're done with it okay. And so when you do young lady I development director for the boys and Girls Club and my husband the operation supervisor for American Medical Response Gajah and win. Is this next baby. Due in May in May okay. You said this and I'm curious you I said. Do we not go into baby step for and save up a baby. What is the baby fund? Four I would assume just you know God forbid you know medical expenses if we we need to spend more time there and I would assume that what the emergency fund would do But I just wanted to make sure I covered all our bases and you know if the baby and you know hopefully we don't have to use it we would put it towards baby step five okay. And here's the my mindset with that and again I'm just curious because I think you and your husband talking to you guys. Being an agreement is the most important thing But but I would also say this you know you look at this and you can think about yet. You've got the Emergency Fund and and people. I'm amazed that people that have it but then they don't Wanna use it right so because you've worked really hard to get there so I would say it you know in this. I'M GONNA go ahead and move forward with baby step four investing fifteen percent Now if you say hey do we want to boost up the emergency emergency fund Another two or three or four grand before you start that that's fine But my fear is that most of the time Lindsay people will do that and then they never get around to it right they never get around to starting at and in reality that money. You're putting into the four one K.. Is the money that you're going to have so you don't become a burden to these kids. You love so much right putting into retirement since he was eighteen so when we had to stop for babysit three that was hard for him. Hold hold on a second. He's been investing since he was eighteen. Years Old Who who was that e F Hutton? Like how'd he starts. Early is the site for so my husband has been at financial peace.

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"gajah" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"gajah" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"That was very difficult. But Thais has there a thirty five million dollar contract in a ring because of it? So you got to be willing to make that bargain. And it's it's it's hard and it's really hard with an aging star. Some people have told me that the hardest thing to do in the NBA is to coach and manage an aging star standing Gundy says it all the time. I mean, he that. I that's the first person I've ever heard actually say that when he coached shack after he got traded from year. It was a challenge. Like there's no question about it because they are. So stuck in their ways into your point. You know, they want to be able to still do things their way. But you also have to command the respect. Right. It's crazy. It's just going to be. It's a really difficult higher. It's super important and really difficult. And the thing about Thai is is that I'm not a hundred percent sure that Taiwan's the job because he's probably enjoying the time off three more years on his cO. I think he's got to at least two more years in like fifteen plus million left on his contract. And there may be another job that comes open that may have a higher, you know, a lower bar to clear to be considered success show. You may not know the details to all of this and show, pardon me. If I'm asking you something, you don't know. But if he takes another job that money's gone, right typically, and I don't know his contract typically they build in an offset or a set off what do you want to call it? So if I'm making five million, and I get a new job where I make four million the Cavs with pay the difference. Right. One million Gajah, you know, you also can't give the guy a dollar right because there's a whole schematic thing in there. But yes, the Cavs. I'm sure are rooting for him to be and what jobs would you think he'd be interested in? Well, I think one of the things I have not heard. Well, there's been some rumors, but I have not heard anything like official that links Chauncey Billips to Minnesota Timberwolves president job. If Chauncey Billips gets a job Chauncey and tire incredibly. Right and both Thai and Chauncey have described to me how they have the vision of building an organization from scratch, basically, the Kenny Atkinson, Sean marks in Brooklyn. Right. The Brad Stevens Danny aines in Boston. You know, they wanted this nice fairytale thing. They would love to do the other. It doesn't mean it's going to line up. But if Chauncey Billips gets a job this summer, right? If he gets a New Orleans pelicans if he gets the Minnesota timbers, and again, I haven't heard that. Right. But he's wanted that any wasn't he in on the Cavs job? He got offered the Cavs job where he could have been with tie looney turned it down because it wasn't right. The money was really well. That's the thing. Like tide doesn't need the money, right and Chauncey doesn't need the money doesn't need the job. So if Chauncey gets a job somewhere I'd watch for Tyler do. Yeah. You know? But we'll see your listen, the Caspian, Los Angeles. Way late on this. We are just so a Brian go ahead. I think that the next question would be is I would say is in a long-term higher. But is it not? But you mentioned LeBron. He's going to have his say in who's the coach? But my thing is is this something that he rob. And magic they sit down and say, no Putin who who who who's gonna make this decision. This is I think LeBron does he has perfected the art of influencing transactions and hires but not taking ownership. Well, you weren't here. The day that we had this. Again, you may say to yourself. Well, how do they let them get away with that? And the answer is because he's LeBron James, right? And over the last two decades, the return on the investment, the return on those headaches is so fantastic..

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"gajah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He's always on Friday, plus historian examining democracy throughout the ages asks whether the wisdom of the crowd is an oxymoron that's coming up this morning at ten o'clock on WNYC and this morning, we have two things from John Shaffer. I'll tell you about the other one but first here's the gig alert. The life and work of the Nigerian bandleader Kuti was an unlikely topic for a Broadway musical, but not only was fail out a hit. It was a Tony award winner. A lot of critics gave credit to the show's star the singer and actor sarin gouge you for bringing fail of the man to life, even as the band brought vela's music to its usual fever pitch. Now, sarin Gajah is teaming up with the afro Latin jazz orchestra. Did you some big band? Arrangements of Fela Kuti's groove based afro. That's water. Get no enemy a song by fail of Cudi. Performed by Sar and gouge and the cast from the musical fella Sar and the afro Latin jazz orchestra perform some fellas songs tonight and tomorrow night at symphony space for more info, go to new sounds d'abord..

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"gajah" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Be our customers agnostic of platform, social Email strategy laid they should be our customers. And that's the relationship that gets to be built. So for me anything that gets in the way of building that relationship is a waste of time that I shouldn't be doing so from writing things or doing, you know, fulfillment and. Things like that where I see a lot of CEO's or C suite people diving into the weeds create systems and processes out of those things to remove the things that don't require human interaction. So you can be there to interact. So when I say ethically scaling on social media, one of the biggest mistakes, I see brands making and there's a professional sports team that just hired me has two million followers and gets thirty comments per post on Instagram while we love our fans in like fans, all love you. Right. Like thirty comments. But the reason is is that we create these platforms or let's say Instagram, for example, we show up we write this engaging caption. We post this photo people self identified like, yeah, that's me. Like, I got that. Or on that person? We get them to trust us, and they comment, and then we train them that we don't care about them because we never respond. So why have it in the first place because when you do it in that context, it's about you not about the customer, and if it's going to be about you, you might as well do it make it about the customer, so then build it around. So when somebody does comment you can set a container to. Sponde- to engage to ask questions and to build those two way relationship. So for me out caring on Instagram is just doing one thing further than everybody else, which is either responding or sliding into their DM's or looking at the pro home by Gajah puppy, so cute and doing it as part of the process of building these relationships because once somebody comments on your social, right? You have let's call it. Let's call it four brands at all sell the same product in someone's a gap. I really really wanna use that supplement because I'm type two diabetic. And I'd Hashimoto's and these are my questions, and they're going to ask the same question to four different PS, the one that responds will keep them for life. And so that's the place to be in. So when I say ethically. It's just caring enough about your customers to be connected to them. And yes, when you get millions of followers there's not like the easiest way to be like. Yeah. Respond to everyone, but you can create containers around it. So when I go on a podcast to be congruent. I'm like, hey, if you have a marketing question, I. Yes, you will answer it might take me seven days fourteen days. But if you send me a DM, I will personally answer it, right? And so I got eleven hundred homes, and I told you about that and not all of those I can get on a phone call with not all of them when even be a fit to be a client of mine or for me to consult. But all of them deserve a couple minutes of my time. And it's where I learn about all of the challenges that business having it's where I learned about what the current state of the market is it's where learn about what's working, and what's not working in different CPG brands because sounds.

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"gajah" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on Love Your Work

"You have real data that you can look at you can point to. It's like, oh when my brain's doing this. This is happening in these tools are still super basic. But at least they give us these basic tenants that allow us to to have something cannibals share the end then. In doing that in making this intangible tangible. You're also showing somebody that they have the opportunity to control their own internal process in a most people just sort of go through life with the dialogue inside their head in. It's just what's going on in your brain is the way that it is. And once you kind of, you know, peel back peel back the curtain, and you can see what's going on in some small way you then recognize hold on. I actually have I can't have control over this. And that recognition is both super insightful and reinforcing because once able to gain control over it, you're able to do more and more and more than recognize more aspects of physiology in your everyday experience that you can bring into awareness doing so hasn't in Indian over our have control over or work more effectively with. I think that a lot of interactions that we have with technology. We might take for granted. As an example. I recall remember seeing an older Ovando while back an older person trying to use a computer mouse for the first time, and that that person was it was it was a an art experience to move this computer mouse, and to see a cursor on the screen and to make the connection between the movement that's being made by the hand and the movement that is happening on the screen now, of course, just about everybody knows how to use a computer mouse, or maybe they don't because now it's all touch screens. Are we on the cost of that level of connection where we achieve? Such mastery over our own internal thought processes or at least interacting with computers with our brains such that we learn to take it for granted. Or that? I would say no, we're we're not an a- cusp were were right at the beginning. Gajah were right at the beginning where we're starting to taste these things were starting to have the first experiences that let you to say like, oh, okay. I can actually see what's going on in my mind during this one activity. Oh, okay. I can start to you know, feel what it's like to control my brain in this way. So we're just really at the beginning. We're really basic, and when you think about even mice touchscreens are probably pretty basic relative to what will be will be moving forward in the future. We're going to take a quick break..

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"gajah" Discussed on curiouscastaway Podcast

curiouscastaway Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on curiouscastaway Podcast

"It was at the game Universitas Gajah Mada university. The one of the big universities in Jakarta. He brought me to their campus where there was a bunch of dudes who had a couple of skate ramps. How and it was like a community. And that's just where they skated was the campus. Skinny with those guys. I finally get around to like, hey one. When when's any like underground choose before that I've been going to like Reagan bars, and like the kind of thing where the same bam plays every night, and it's like three or four bands that row teeth the same thing, it's like rob cover reggae cover country covered jazz cover, and you're just like. Boring. It's good for tourists tourism stuff, if you're there one time, but yeah, it's not great for consistency. How many times can you hear no woman? No cry with them wanting to blue brains out is Nancy. No. Usually I asked him. Hey, do you know any like punk or hardcore or any underground music? And they said, well, there is this one show coming up this this grind core band from Japan called said they start said we'll be playing and they showed me the flier. And I got I got the flyer formation. And I said great, and I I went back to my office the next day with the flyer and ask some of my coworkers. Like, hey, do you know this location and one of them was like, oh, no. But it's near this restaurant. We don't know the exactly kitchen, but it's new this restaurant caught. So pop men Clack, Dan or something like that. And he was like, yeah. Just ask into chain. It's popular just taxi driver to take you there. It's right next to it. They didn't know the venue news near the restaurants. So I finally get a taxi the night of the show a hail down a taxi and a show him the flyer. I say the place super pop min, I am Klatten, and he. Like there's like three places like that. Dude. Which one? So we have to go back and for it may be too. We have to go back and forth between the different between those different restaurants. And they're finally see this venue where like after forever dot to turn home. And like, okay quit. I'm done. It's not going to happen. I see this very narrow venue, maybe like ten people across and there's very dark, and there's just a bunch of people out front of it wearing all black smoking cigarettes as yeah, that's a show. That's that's the community. I one I is like stop here. He couldn't stop right away. So they just stop just pullover. We're good, and I pay them, and I just walked to the venue, and I walk in. And there's like it was so weird because it was just a variety of different bands. Like an indie band, and then a grind band like Liggett death metal band Ling of different John rouse, sludge van but shows. Hey, chose like the same use it over. I love shows. Great mild and each band, the cool thing was each bad female member. That's a seahorse yet. No. This was before he divorce. This was before he's this was Giza was still playing in summer in Vietnam or summer summer. It's not that was suffering Vietnam. Which is the joke noise van based on her suburb of those based yet. Hey. Hey suffering. Vietnam was a joke based on summer in Vienna. Are suffering them one of the dudes in. Yeah. It sounds. So we have a friend a mutual friend who was in this like independ- caught summer in Vienna. And he created his name suffering Vietnam as a joke relating back to her band was wondering can. Yeah. That was that's where suffer in Vietnam came from so just interact. I've been holding back interjections. But like, I I've known you for three to two and a half two and a half years..

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"gajah" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"'cause you know, none of us are really acting or do any of that back then and and there'd be that big Homa Gajah where those cage fighters like I might jump across the table and try and beat them up or something. Right. Hell that my my neighbors. Yeah. Yeah. Normal guy. Right, right. You're just a regular guy on the grass and can beat the just like that. So what is that like walking into any room and just knowing I could kick anyone's ass. You don't think like that though? I would did you walk into this room thinking that that means that means you start clearing the firm. Like, oh, I can say listen, I got good health insurance. You like ambulances or worse. How's yours? Gotta ask you that. Okay. Good. That size us up as a fighter. I sized you up. Yeah. I was like I don't wanna fight this guy outside of that right away. Made that Hoke many I with that ear, so you've been you find a couple of different weight classes is going up more fun than going down. I started at heavyweight came down to light heavyweight about halfway through my career. And then went back up to heavyweight and finished out a heavyweight, I was a small heavyweight so I had to be a little more diligent about how I approach the bigger dies. And I didn't have to cut a lot of ways to make two five. So that wasn't really an issue for me and fighting guys who are closer to my size was a lot nicer. Yeah. Didn't you know, it could just kind of let it hang out? So what would you do when you had to fight a bigger guy? Like, what was your approach when guy, you know, had maybe forty fifty pounds on you try and make those guys move not just possible and make them work. If I could get closed the distance and attach myself to them and make them work and hang all over them and make them Paul Molin grapple and fight off the fence..

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"gajah" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Sadly she does. She perished on that ship because she hadn't hated the one. And it's funny because if she'd seen that ship and nothing had happened to the Titanic would have been that she would have recalled that event and gone will. I'm not getting on that ship, but because the Titanic has sunk, she was comfortable thinking, it was the Titanic. Interesting. Children must bridge discussed this in the book that you'll have coming up in that there's a certain point you have to develop the skills to understand the, you know, the the meaning of the premonitions you get and the application of them as well because you can get stock in a actually calls problems. Like if you have a dream about dying in a plane crash. Rush. You just gonna never catch applying for the rest of your life. Exactly. Yeah. Have to be able to draw meaning and specifics out of the feelings that coming through. I came across Titanic permission story. The other day, it was a guy that was doing a business dealings it with clients in the US because that was the destination Feth right from Southampton to kneel and he, he's, he's company had booked taken on the Titanic. And it was a really big important meeting and he had to go. But he started have these dreams of the one of the ship out. I think he knew it was the Titanic digits dreams of ship that was kind of capsizing, and he would be falling from one end of the ship, and he'd he's head on the way down and he'd wake up every time he hit his head. Oh, and this dream just occurred over and over and over again this eventually it clicked. I am about to go on a ship and keep having this dream. But like in a lot of these cases, he just ignored the permission. He's the business deal is too important. Akan miss it, and then just the loss. Moment on the day that he was Judah set sail. He gets a telegram from one of his business partners in the US say, sorry, we have to cancel the the meeting. We'll do it in a month time and he's, he had this feeling of all thank God like he had read building up. Then of course the Titanic sunk. So you would think that at least you would say, we can reschedule if you had a reoccurring dream. I think he had it like ten knots in a row or something ridiculous. Yeah, this is a good example of us not being control and the universe running on its own timetable because it's almost like it had all these premonitions and how do you take an action? Maybe the business deal with him to being cancelled, but it was almost like wasn't meant to get on that ship. So he didn't heed the warning. So the universe took care of it full him. He was never intended to get on that ship. But maybe it was almost like this to see if he could respond if he was never intended to get on the ship, then how can this be some kind of temporal loop? Because if the event was never meant to happen, how would he have a premonition of him being in the event? It's almost. Like one thing I was reading and again, this is a little bit new, I, but it was almost like with some people when you're given these premonitions it's almost like an introduction to opening yourself up to receiving more later on Gajah life. And if you ignore those at the initial introduction to them, you never get to understand them. Letter on the event is often so real and visceral and vivid that the experience of feels like they really lived through it. So that tells me that it's based on an actual happening, an actual existence. So the way they get around this in the premonition code is they introduce the idea of the many will Siri?.

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"gajah" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"You know, it reminds me of something a client went said to me. He was struggling because he'd been promising the staff and keeping them trans by being transparent, keeping them informed of the fundraising process. He been promising them or telling them that they're very close to getting a term sheet. And at the very last minute, the investor pulled a term sheet and he was frantically, what should I tell them? I said, how about the truth. He was like shocked. But I said, what do you think they're all going to leave? So try it. If they leave, you didn't want them there in the first place. So he told them and they all took a voluntary pay cut. To keep the company going because they trusted him. How many employees do you have. Person and a half year, and we have a partnership with my brothers, robotics companies that allows us sort of turn up turned down. So right now we're pretty well turned down. Gotcha. Terms of spend Gajah. So the who the people that you're concerned about, the people who believe in you that you don't wanna let down, you know, the brother who's put in any robotics company that's put in money. Family friends who've put in. I've loaned bunch and cover to wife e. absolutely. Yeah. We kind of had to make a housing decision based on predicament that I'm in, which is not the decision we wanted to make. Yeah, those kind of. Tell me her first name, Janine, Janine, right? Have you kept her informed. Yeah, yeah, that definitely helps. Does she have a choice? That is, does she have you given her the opportunity to participate in the decisions that you're making about the house and about family finances and that sort of thing? Yeah, I think so. And what did she choose. Well, she choose to take the less stressful route which was let's not overextend ourselves any further at the moment until we resolve my situation. So what you doing though is she's choosing to work with you. Visit belief in there. You may sale, you may not be able to launch this product that is true. But every single one of these opportunities is in every single one of these experiences,.

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"gajah" Discussed on Love That Lasts Podcast

Love That Lasts Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on Love That Lasts Podcast

"And then he woke up and he was just like, why are you guys are frayed have faith? And he literally stopped the the waves and the wind just. Like his voice, commanding it, and there's the verse in Luke that says, you know, I don't know exactly how it goes, but just basically like God commands the wind and the the rain. And so I just was so encouraged by that, and I was really praying through that all week and just really asking the Lord Lord, you are God almighty, and you rain and you're mighty, and you could stop this hurricane like you literally the waves and the wind and the rain, obey your voice, and you could stop it. And so I just was really asking God for a miracle on that he would step in and he would stop this hurricane, and it was so encouraging to see the categories go down and down and down. And then to watch that you put like a gift or. Was a gift of video on his industries and literally envisioned Gajah stepping in and stopping it because the eye of the hurricane completely dissipated and like fell apart, and it was no longer, and I just really feel like the Lord. And so many of you were praying. So many of you were keeping updated about it. And I really feel like the largest answered our prayers and protected all the Hawaii islands. And I know some places still got a lot of damage, but. It could have been so much worse..

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"gajah" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Many times on this program that I have been very puzzled By solve the early, staffing choices the president made and I think without naming a whole lot of names I think Trump made. The, mistake choosing, people from inside the beltway thinking that might be a way of taming all the opposition to him there And it was, a mistake because there is no taming it and by hiring people from the swamp by hiring people who are not necessarily. Hit or oppose, Trump that's not what I'm saying but if you're in, the swamp if you live and, work in the establishment that's where your loyalties are ultimately going to be because Trump is gonna come and. Go In whatever. Period of time Trump, is gonna come and go and after Trump has gone you don't want to go with him you need to hold onto your status in your position in the. Swamp and Mcgann is a. Swamp rat he that's that's that's, where he's grown up it's where he's his, career is and so Trump is is original lawyers were not warriors we're not warrior lawyers His regional lawyers may in fact have been like the early days of the GOP house leadership thought. Trump did collude with Russia, and and thought that Trump wasn't going. To survive and so the the objective here was to limit the damage but they weren't aggressive they weren't pushing, back, they. Were not relying on the. Constitution executive power to assert privilege. And prominence for the, President Donald Trump in all things. In the executive branch And they were playing defense when Muller is, is appointed then everybody. Even got more frightened. Wolmar Gajah we don't want to upset the oh geez we don't wanna do anything could be, looked like instruction or collusion so everything was defensive Now they've got some different people in, there now, and it's not the way. It was but Trump didn't get a. Warrior attorney general either Some of the. Early staffing decisions may be coming back to. Bite him in a in a in a small way anyway there's a lot more on this, I'm just setting a table with right now I Prophets Limbaugh twenty way.

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"gajah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Up next flashback brought to you by Brown Gajah grabs a four-pack of, tickets to six flags Texas the, holy fire, it Cleveland, national forests in, California talked about it yesterday was it six thousand acres burned it's kind of exploded it's now, up to about ten thousand, acres and it's only. Five percent contained and that's just one of the many fires Mandatory evacuations remain in place. Across several communities, a, number of. Schools are, closed officials say that twelve, cabins have, been destroyed since the fire I started on Monday and more than. Seven thousand, home stand in the fires crosshairs can you imagine if you. Live, there you gotta you. Gotta get out you don't want to die but just watch your house go up and then I, saw that, the insurance companies are not covering everything right away it's a big big big, cluster I mean if you're not directly impacted I mean it's going to be hard. To breathe if you're in the vicinity I mean. I imagine there's just smoke in the air everywhere you go well there's. So many fires I don't see how you're not in the vicinity or in the crosshairs, eighteen, right now in. California I, believe at least and as for that suspected, arsonist fifty one year old forest? Clark his Raymond wasn't. Without drama is refused to come to court for a time still he's officially. Been arraigned on charges of aggravated aggravated arson Inhabited property Arsim forest criminal threats resisting and deterring an executive officer and arson burning multiple. Structures pretty much life in prison I would hope so yeah I would hope he never, sees the light of day we did have to firefighters injured yesterday one fractured his. Knee in a fall of the other twisted his. Ankle They're taken to the hospital for treatment that's that's good that that's all that happened I can't every summer we go through this Well hopefully they'll get it under control and get..

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"gajah" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"In that effort but i am in no obligation to die for you out would we were climbing we are two different climbers fall all one fell off a snow law and all our guides at regarding it is in the middle of the night three o'clock in the morning or guides disconnected from the ropes and they whether they save him while they pull them back up at three o'clock in the morning and then at that point a lot of these teams that were up there climbing 'cause we got in this crazy sixty mile an hour winds storm and it's not like europe on a glacier so it's not like he can hide behind a tree so they sit there you take your park out you'll get down with your pack and we were down there for an hour which means we ended up summit elay solar coming back down it was very slushie and very scary in some of the things that they're talking about on mount hood we were experience on our way down on her gajah like mad we've got to get down because we've got up so late uh but he fell in our friend they pride more here at the radio station east a little bit into a snow bridge and was able to pull himself up with the help of uh of the help of his guts of data is a brave brave guide he told me he was never climbing out and again hey you know one he was a bad bad man when he was out he was awesome so predator things i'm looking forward to the shells next week i wish who is all week but it's going to be so much fun to hear the john and don show or is it the don and john shelbyville with uh i think were to go with a curly in o'neal much i like it yeah andrew walsh's a see we're not here on monday after walsh will be here tuesday or wednesday he'll love have an android and then a third and it so i mean those guys that's about as polar opposite.

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"gajah" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on The Science Hour

"In all landfilling and these were sources are essential in order to keep the production chains going also in the future so if we want to take benefit from the gajah its we are now easing we must also seek your that still the resources are around but if all these resources are finally incinerated than we are risking here substantial amounts of the worldwide population is actually covered by eu waste for this season legislations so it sixty six percent but it negotiations are only in place in sixty seven countries around the globe and only forty one states are really yet gathering data on this and i am saying this just to make year even the coverage of world population does not mean that we have finally getting to better collection and recycling rates because this is still only twenty percent of what is generated worldwide that's redick care so we still have jonathan webb in the studio you'll based in australia at the moment jonathan seal night all about what that country will australia's doing about the waste problem well i have tried to look it up actually in the stats are a little hard to come by but i certainly don't think that where at the top of any international charts of restocking anyway so i think they're you know ended up there with lots of western countries sent me in the amount that where producing and trying to increase the amount because to recycling plants but we we do have some really interesting work going on in terms of the research into what you do we've that a waste once those laptops and phones and tvs end up at some sort of recycling plant how'd you get what's useful out of them and is a professor cold venus a hodge will i who's at the university of new south wales in sydney where we're on living now and she's done lots of really interesting research on exactly how you can go about getting those precious metals and so on out of ewaste and using them again and if she said apparently there's more copper for example and various other elements as well in selling a ton of old.

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"gajah" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gajah" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I i hope that she's doing okay i know that we put up a gulf on her a gofundme me for her one time and we kind of off because you know felt like demisse beyond denise sure but i'm beginning to realize at her her own the her her elements of serious in she needs serious help i'll probably going to put something into its though i mean i'm not nor mental it coming here big people to do anything but if it if you if you find that in your heart and you have it and you want to help out somebody and it just happens to be the means please do not hesitate series what's going on with her and she's one of our own so down in a diet as ice than side of the dynasty in gajah verdict her of money yeah i'm definitely going going in donate some money and a hope to done obstacle be okay we'd the as much as a gift needs a hard time you know how it is i get people are town sometimes people are like the most insurer has is just me i'm a walking fucking sitcom you're not archie bunker in asia denise a fucking mediated anyway let's go look at this email right he and i'm ongoing depth about this movie in a little bit but let me see here we got this is roma josh she josh she says joshi kombi he says i just discovered a streaming channel three amazon prime called brown sugar that has the biggest collection of old blaxploitation films that have ever come across our remember from this spill days that you have a best knowledge on the subject but muff he says when my first next netflix rental was truck turner based on your recommendation i think that was your recommendation born so see is expert here not me but i will continue.

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