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Reach Your Highest Self Through Anger Mismanagement
"Do you ever wake up some days. Shasta lusting for a tussle yearning for an altercation on the press of bashing your mother fucking head through window schussed for fun verbally assaulting an innocent bystander. Because their face offends you. Gandhi would encourage you to channel these vitriolic thoughts into some measly on dick. Slap her third eye and to enlightenment and send you packing sands of motionlessly disturbed baggage here on and body no soul we embrace inner anger because it is inherently heart of us and win exercised appropriately can be beautifully incredible force of natcher. Being obscenely. Angry can be a motion elite depleted. But it can also be super super fun. I liked to think of myself as the very best most articulate abrasive and masterful version of myself. When i am able to channel can arrange
Jokic leads Nuggets to 8th straight win by beating Spurs
"Another dominant performance from the coli okay draws just enough as the nuggets racked up their eighth consecutive win one twenty one one nineteen over the spurs yup it's logged a triple double with twenty six points thirteen rebounds and fourteen assists between Gandhi from really really good most of us passionate people online I think again we did a really good job on the on the global and on there are there are kind and may make her truce losers of five straight San Antonio was down by eighteen in the first half of the spurs Derek white hit a couple of free throws to make it one twenty one nineteen with ten seconds to go Bruce Morton Denver
How to Pay Down Debt
"High one. I'm completely fines would come in our website. We took above financial literacy and financial independence. Today i would like to say a few words about the first section that can take defiance independence and that is no other than paying down order. Your high interested it. It is important to make the distinction between high interest in low interest. That as there can be good. Low interest heads with interest is no more than five percents and in the long-term term can increase your income or net worth some examples of gupta it's mortgages or low interest business loans. So today we're we're talking about things down high interested in food and as fast as possible. First and foremost you need to have a complete view of volume debts. List down all your debts. Such as credit cards and personal loans and include the interest rates. You bay on needs of your debts. This will give you a food picture of where you are with all your existing debt. Secondly you need to ensure you get to a surplus position every month and that your monthly expenses do not exceed your monthly income. This is the most mentally challenging part as it will require a mindset shift from overspending to living below your means and may also require some temporary lifestyle changes you can save getting to a surplus position by increasing your income thing down your expenses or by doing both leslie on some practical ways on how you can pay down high interested faster. You can negotiate with your lenders that interest rate your gandhi pain. You can consolidate your debts to one or two lenders to contract them more easily. You can move your kind that balances to lower or even zero interest rate could facilities some lenders dual for promotional low interest rate periods. When you move your credit balance to them you can set up automated payments each month so that you do not forget making your payments as this is something that can also hundred credit score. You can pay your suit bait more than the minimum balance and you should start paying down. I the dead with the highest interest rates as this will allow you to save more on the on the interest rate. Expense your thing. You can also seek financial advice from an expert on how you can respect your existing that balances.
Indian farmers begin hunger strike amid fury against Modi
"Indian farmers taking part in more than two months of protest against new agricultural laws have begun a hunger strike to re offend the peaceful nature of that movement following violent clashes with police deleted say the hunger strike is timed to coincide with the death anniversary of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi who was famed for his non violent resistance to colonial rule tens of thousands of farmers have been camped on the edge of New Delhi since November seeking the repeal of rules they say will favor large agribusiness and corporations moody and his allies say the laws and necessary to modernize Indian agriculture multiple rounds of talks between the two sides have been unsuccessful get both sides appear to be growing more entrenched I'm surpasses
Indian farmers begin hunger strike to protest agriculture laws
"Of Indian farmers have been observing a one day hunger strike to protest against the new agriculture laws, which they say will benefit big private buyers. It coincides with the anniversary of the death of the independence leader Mahatma Gandhi. Tens of thousands of farmers have camped on the outskirts of Delhi for more than two months. The government argues that the new farm reforms will attract more private investment.
A Ham Sandwich Is Contraband in the Brave New Post-Brexit World
"Right. Let's go over this if someone just posted this video and they are in the uk and they can't bring their sandwich on a ferry and they say according to this article because of brexit but as gandhi was telling me that this has been a thing already but this guy couldn't get his ham sandwich on a ferry the meat on older breath. Yeah okay let me take them all. Yes i take me. Leave me the breath. Everything will be Go skated to the breakfast. Sorry oh my god branch you mentioned going to work your sandwich made at home and then he just gets confiscated on the ferry
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Can ensure my boobs and york city you could walk around topless. I've learned about new jersey question question. Don't leave alex. Because i want to see the video of him dancing naked in our front window. It's on my instagram instagramcom. We've got sound with garrett ready to go. Hey garrett good morning thank fraternity onto tiny. Pretty things guaranteed. Got us to watch that. We don't love it but we were intrigued by it. He was shocked when he said. Oh that oh was like oh. I didn't expect that from him. No you like it right. It was okay. It's okay but we're gonna watch again today. All right garrett. What's going on all right. Let's talk about the football game on nickelodeon yesterday between the saints and the bears It was a lot of fun. They're slime including f bombs on his own. All right. Do you think ever been sent on that network ever not at all. Not at all all right. Let's go to a podcast so stone. Cold steve austin has a podcast where he talks to musicians other wrestlers and he had lou combs country star on his show and he was talking about doing a shoe he. Do you guys know what a shoe is. No shui so a shuli is big australia. Where he where he was performing where he takes off his boot or do puts beer in said shoe and drinks out of his shoe gross. Yeah that's disgusting. So here he is here here. We go first time we went to australia. That's the thing that they do kind of customary type right of passage type thing there so the crowd started chanting shui. And so i kind of knew what was up because we use that term playing rugby. So i took my booed off filled it up with beer and then drank beer out of it actually ended up getting sick. That says about what's going on in these boots over here but What recommend can you imagine a warm boot because it has still pretty drunk to do a shoe yet. That point if you're doing a shoe at the beginning of the night year messed up in the head but by the end of the night i think i could end up doing it if i'm drunk enough. Gandhi just sent us an article. Even she's listening to the show. Indecent exposure can occur inside your own home to that in just a moment see. I told you not boot.
12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.
"In my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action reaction he c- inner peace is not religious or spiritual choice. It is something we all have access to no matter our belief system. It's right there within you right now not to say that. Religion and spirited journeys buddhism other means of interpreting. Our inner lives aren't valuable but they aren't necessary. You can actually do this by understanding your connection to a greater good. You do have to have this belief in something outside of yourself. As being more powerful you are not the sole person re responsible for this entire world you are responsible for your internal inside peace. Inner peace has little if anything to do with the outside world that's why it's called inner peace you know. It has nothing to do with how people see you. It's how you see and know yourself. It is not influenced by the practice of changing externally physically. It has influenced and achieved if you will inner peace by what you do inside of yourself in your times by yourself with yourself. I like to call it. Well mindedness if you want more contentment. More peace more calm. You gotta get in there and clean out the cobwebs and the dirt. That's been accumulating in my case all of the dust balls for balls for my for babies that internal stuff that you've just been collecting frankly ignoring for so long. We've got to clear that out we've got to make sense of it. We've got to put it in piles decide what to do with it. We need to stop hoarding. Ruminations and resentment you see many of us have little hope because we don't understand our own strength. I'm adamant about this in my practice with my clients. You have strength within you right now that you have long forgotten that's gone and unintended to. We've gotta get in there and put your arms around it figured out. No it no you and how you do that is i. Go back and learn to cultivate ways to be aware in ways to be in
12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.
"Hi everyone by the time. You will be listening to my voice in this moment. Twenty twenty will be in our rear view mirror class. Hey or so we hope it has been a tough one and you have made it. That's a strength and strength is what we're going to talk about today. Strength in peace and trying to find both through the mucky muck of years like two thousand twenty. How do we make this transition. Where do we go from here. All of these thoughts are percolating amongst us right. Really trying. I did a podcast on hope last week. About really digging in to our inner strength which includes hope and i'm going to go further with that this week and talk about how we find the strength within us when we don't think we have any. And how do we find a pathway to peace within ourselves whatever you are struggling with addiction or depression or god bless america and the whole world. All of us are slightly anxious these days. Whatever it is you have with a new two day means to make it better. We have to dig deep for that. And i'm encouraging you to turn to others in your life and reach out your hand reach out your hand so someone else can help you. It is not this life about helping other people all the time we need to receive it as well so twenty twenty one here. We come in my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action reaction he c- inner peace is not religious or spiritual choice. It is something we all have access to no matter our belief system.
12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.
"Hi everyone by the time. You will be listening to my voice in this moment. Twenty twenty will be in our rear view mirror class. Hey or so we hope it has been a tough one and you have made it. That's a strength and strength is what we're going to talk about today. Strength in peace and trying to find both through the mucky muck of years like two thousand twenty. How do we make this transition. Where do we go from here. All of these thoughts are percolating amongst us right. Really trying. I did a podcast on hope last week. About really digging in to our inner strength which includes hope and i'm going to go further with that this week and talk about how we find the strength within us when we don't think we have any. And how do we find a pathway to peace within ourselves whatever you are struggling with addiction or depression or god bless america and the whole world. All of us are slightly anxious these days. Whatever it is you have with a new two day means to make it better. We have to dig deep for that. And i'm encouraging you to turn to others in your life and reach out your hand reach out your hand so someone else can help you. It is not this life about helping other people all the time we need to receive it as well so twenty twenty one here. We come in my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action
FDA panel to review second COVID-19 vaccine
"The food and drug administration panel is expected to recommend approval of a second covert nineteen vaccine today the maternal vaccine is made the same way as the Pfizer shot approved last week Gandhi administered this week health and Human Services chief Alex Cesar says FDA scientists gave the maternity drug a positive review the vaccine is ninety four point five percent effective in reducing the incidence of covert nineteen among the treated group which far exceeds the standard FDA has set forth for emergency use authorization and they concluded that the vaccine is safe in independent FDA advisory panel will publicly review the data today and is expected to recommend emergency use which would clear the way for agency approval and distribution next week Sager mag ani Washington
One half of the 'Property Brothers' praises solar
"So our friends drew in jonathan scott. The property brothers right. We've had our show many times. So danielle when you think of jonathan drew scott you think of what they do. What home improvements. Yup yup gandhi that they flip property and make me feel bad about my own home frog you when you think of the property. Brothers you think that they do for a living fix up houses and sell them for more money. Let me tell you what jonathan scott is doing. He's the one on the left. He is a new documentary. Coming out Actually it's out. I think it came out friday. Hold on. I'll check and see. It's called jonathan scott power trip and it's about renewable energy the environment and social justice. I know a whole new lane for jonathan Find out when it started. I think is starting friday if not starts tonight on. Pbs at ten nine central and if it already played you can watch it on demand. I'm sure it's pretty amazing and i. I love the fact that he is so known. Jonathan scott part of the property brothers is known for that. And that's it you know he's a nice guy he's a friend of ours but the fact that he decided no. I want to do something else. In addition to what we do and he he made it happen. It's pretty out by. The way came out november twelfth which was thursday out thursday them all right so it's called again power trip with jonathan scott. Pbs look for. Thank you for my toast. Thank you to alex for bringing my toes. I put it in the toaster in new downstairs. Can you butter this and bring it down to a hope to do everything. Yeah thank you anyway. Isn't that neat. I mean it reminds me of what god is doing. Gandhi is on the air. She's a she's a well known radio producer and she's now she's co host and she started painting she started doing artwork. Made a business out of it. I have and it's been going so well. And i think a huge part of that as obviously you guys but it is fun to like lanes and still have support from people. It's great it makes me feel good so good for him go jonathan. I know it's great. Jonathan scott again Do a search for power trip and see if you can watch it on demand on on.
Ron Rivera to wrap up cancer treatment on Monday, says everything is headed in the right direction
"For a Washington football team. Head coach Ron Rivera told us today told the after practice that his final cancer treatment will be on Mondays. That is really good news. He said. He's been told it's headed in the right direction. There will be follow ups. But his final treatment set for Monday as they get set to face Dallas this weekend City Charles Antonio Gandhi golden going to be out as their right also going to miss the
Mobile Voting's Future
"Many of us can get to the polls on election day if we prioritize and make a plan and everything goes smoothly. But for some people getting to a polling location isn't even an option whether they are in rural locations or in another country. Really out there the ends of the Earth it's it's ugly Afghanstan. It's middle Afghanistan. That's where West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner found himself in twenty twelve after more than a decade serving in the military he was working in. Afghanistan is a military contractor, the roads there were under frequent attack. The mountains were treacherous and the weather could be nasty, and so there were literally months. Wouldn't get mail. Just part is the acceptance of that type song. I'm that meant Warner couldn't vote in the twenty twelve primary. Fast forward to two thousand. Seventeen. Warner's back in the US and becomes West Virginia Secretary of State. So now he's in charge of his State selection and wants to help military personnel to vote more easily. Assistance is just kind of an afterthought or any cases. So what I WANNA, do I wanNA give soldiers and opportunity to vote and I think the Electric means is the most logical place to go. Warner. Started thinking about a guy he met back in twenty fourteen budding Entrepreneur Nimitz. Hani. So my brother and I viewers go. Up and to be at a hacksaw at South by southwest in Austin. Texas. At south by southwest side was just a guy trying to break into the tech world. He wasn't thinking about voting what really intrigued US besides the in the free food. Tons was the prize money and the team of the on was hacked to the future. Was One thing you would do in the future and how you're doing. So as he thought about the future and what he would do. So honey actress past growing up in India as a member of the Sikh minority A separatist movement was ascending in northern India led by seeks that was swiftly brought down by then prime minister Indira. Gandhi in Nineteen eighty-four she was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards. There was a lot of political and religious turmoil and election soon after for the new communist and there were some very unfortunate incidents which happened under time and one of them was as a little kid see people being coerced ward at gunpoint. Coercion to vote at gun point that can stick with a person and in Austin under pressure to create an innovative APP. Sahana. Used that memory and pitched mogul voting after that used a digital ledger called the blockchain that was invented to help, buy and sell crypto currency. And when we pissed onstage, it was printer of silence in. Maybe. The completely bombed when they announced the first by it was a shock. So honey. Took that prize money found investors and developed the mobile phone voting APP called votes. That's V O. His first client was Mac Warner, the former Afghanistan contractor who's now West Virginia's secretary of state in two, thousand eighteen. The state became the first in the country to try it out in a federal election when Warner launched small mobile voting pilot program for his states military personnel serving overseas. But there were issues and there were critics
Woman dies after gang-rape in India, second in a week
"Two leaders off the Indian opposition Congress party have been arrested outside Delhi after they set out to meet the parents of a teenage gang rape victim who died from her injuries. Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka was stopped as they attempted to walk across the village walk towards the village of the victim in neighboring utter Pradesh state. His and Barrasso Natarajan. Television pictures showed the Congress Party leader ruffle Gandhi falling to the ground as police officers tried to block its progress. The put up with the state government has imposed restrictions on gatherings in the village off the rape victim was died. Two weeks after she was assaulted. She was from the marginalized the Dalit community who often face discrimination despite laws that protect them. There has been a national outcry over the incident on India's governing Hindu nationalist B. J. P has been criticized for failing to act after the rape. Protests have been held in several places for a second day over the incident
When in Doubt Prospect
"What to do go out and Prospect two of the greatest quotes from one of the greatest leaders, when you think about great quotes from great leaders, you might be thinking about FDR JFK MLK or maybe Gandhi and Churchill. I'm sure they all said some good things. But what the heck did they know about selling the farmer's livestock producers and agribusinesses and exactly not very much. That's why I like to reflect back on some of the great leaders and sales people. I had the privilege to be around. They provided some great inspiration this particular quote resonated stuck with me and has served me well for over twenty years and I want to share that with you. It just shows the power of what you might say as a leader and what you might take away from your next sales meeting. Well the 35 or so sales people. Eating for the first time as part of a newly merged business unit. Now this merger and acquisition brought three different business units together. The newly-appointed general manager was giving his an introductory speech on the first day of a three-day monthly sales meeting. Yes, there was a time when we had monthly sales meetings the teams were a Motley Crue some old-school some were cutting edge Tech package and there was a completely separate division that wasn't related to the group that all one of the main reasons for the merger was of course performance sales had stagnated for the old school team gross margin had slipped for the techie group in general. The three separate teams had fallen into a pattern of relying on current customers to provide their results. The struggle was that Kirk customer base was dwindling or the margins were dwindling and some cases both were joined billing. The sled of profitability was pointed down hill and picking up speed to get this units to merge. That's where we were dead. At that September morning as we gathered to hear the new manager give his rah-rah speech my thought at the time was let's get this over with as fast as we can so I can get back out there and sell something. I mean, isn't that what all of us and sales think when sitting in a meeting we don't want to be in well little did I know that this opening speech would bring a one liner to me that has helped me in many times over the years for the office new manager of this Motley Crue. This wasn't his first leadership challenge. He had been through some of the toughest business units in the company and turned them around the primary tool in all of these turnarounds was prospecting in agribusiness sales. We get busy very busy. We serve our customers well and during peak season. It's all we can do to keep our current customers in product which leaves a little time to go out Prospect for new customers the challenges that when we fail to pick back up after the busy season is over and get our prospecting back online. Well, this would all be fine if customers never quit or wage. He didn't retire or they didn't switch to competitors or they didn't die. But that's what all of them do. They do all these things and without a solid prospecting program our territory slowly kind of spiral down a little gradually just drifts away. Well after a short explanation of the most recent p&l the profit-and-loss statement the new manager began his one step process for getting us back on a track off of profitability and that included prospecting he ended his presentation with this one line when in doubt about what to do go out and Prospect now as a new sales person. I had a lot of doubt about my skills about what how I was going to be able to sell. Where do I go in my large territory? Who do I call and how do I plan my time? Well, this quote would often pop back into my mind as I tried to figure out how to spend my time as an egg sales professionals who office out of our homes. It can be a challenging task to figure out where to go each and every day when we fail to plan it out. We'd default by going to current customer. In particular we go to those closest to us or that we like the most so today as you start planning where you're going to go tomorrow next week or next month. Remember when in doubt Prospect month as Paul Harvey used to say and now the rest of the story will in little less than a year after this meeting. We went from being a moderately profitable business unit to being in the top running for business of the year. And am currently we grew sales and our margins and the impact of this growth was that it allowed for more financial resources in our business. This included new facilities upgraded equipment hiring more people in purchasing some other companies these successes required more than just new customers. It took sound financial management actively collecting on our accounts receivables and changing some of the business practices. I did. However, the one thing that was needed was a steady cash flow to finance at all prospecting and selling new accounts were the fuel for that engine of growth will join me
Covid-19 has killed at least 1 million people around the globe
"Today, the world reached a new threshold of misery in the corona virus pandemic. At least one million people have now died of covert 19. That's according to a tally maintained by Johns Hopkins University. Joining us now is NPR Global health correspondent Narrate Eisenman Henery High, So one million lives gone. I mean, it's incredible to think we're reaching this death toll in less than a year. Yeah, it's been just over nine months since the first death was reported in Wuhan, China, and just looking at these numbers. We're seeing that half of these deaths were just in four countries, right? Right, the United States, Brazil, India and Mexico and with the exception of India, these countries are not among the most populous in the world. But in the case of the United States, which has the highest number of deaths that more than 200 for 1000 in Brazil, with more than 140,000 deaths Both of their president's expressed a lot of skepticism about the threat from the virus. The responses were chaotic and deaths surged in July and August and started to come down a bit but are now rising again. Of these four countries also don't just rank highest on total deaths over the entirety of the pandemic in the past week, they've also had the highest number of new deaths. And are there any new hot spots emerging at this point? In Argentina. The daily death toll has been climbing for months and has now really swerved up. European countries like Spain that saw a lot of death a while back, are seeing another upswing. Now you mention India is a special case. Why is that? Yes, it's the world's second most populous nation. So for a country of that size, India's 95,000 deaths isn't relatively speaking. All that high, which is all the more surprising since India is seeing a huge amount of infection, But among people who are contracting the virus there, the share who are dying doesn't seem to be as high is in some other countries. Monica Gandhi is an infectious disease specialist at University of California, San Francisco, she says. One theory is that people in India tend to dress with thes flowing fabrics. So even though it's hard to social distance people could do one thing during all of this, which is pick up their cloth from there. You know outfit and put it over their mouth and nose. If it reduces the amount of hours you get into that you get less sick. I think it could be driving down the severity of infection. That's so interesting. Yeah. You get a lower dose of the virus. Maybe you're more likely to survive. Another theory. Maybe people in India have been more exposed to previous current viruses, which gives them some immunity. Well, speaking of immunity, I mean as more and more people have gotten infected, does that Offer any hope in terms of seeing a slowdown in new cases or even knew deaths, Monica Gandhi says. Quite possibly, this is what's called Herd immunity, of course, and Gandhi stresses it should not be pursued as a strategy, because if you're reaching herd immunity through widespread infections, as opposed to vaccinations Along the way, A lot of people will still die. Rather, she says. Her immunity is a potential helpful effect. We may notice in the coming months. Then again, it is going to get colder in the coming months, at least in the Northern Hemisphere as winter approaches, So do you think that's going to make the pandemic worse? Well, one researcher Jeffrey Shaming of Columbia University, says evidence does suggest the Corona virus transmits better in cold climates. People spend more time indoors, the virus will have more opportunities. To move from person to person and be more neatly transmissible. That works against us.
Zhenya Oganian Founder & CEO, ESCS (eSports Championship Services) on How His Product Can Change Esports
"But I, always full east and I am not as the sometime ago is it Growing, but it's still like you know what happens you have so many tournaments that from o'hare, and if you WanNa do championships really you have to manage different systems in discouraged by the tournament you names him. And it's difficult. I mean as a blades difficult and then you have to Luminol roker incense again, game have to find the open anthony so. Maybe it can be done better actually, and this is how it basically came to our. Eight year is traveling tranship services stacked up so These my team we decided to dry and change this. So graded that from that, literally, as you said, allows n game of Brown to integrate is put services around it in just fifteen minutes, ano- every every game every every sauce says, Hey, it's easy just to come on come on you can do that and then two hours of later who come with. And you're like, yes, it's fifteen means you're doing some syndrome. Beneath. Two minutes. Walk. In the integrated stream essence, you sent up your Chanter Simpson, our extremely who's a friend of front and you're done you open your game you see southern the our beautifully assists lager. You last opens assist system as Tappan Zee see immediately, your game east I think of logging ends ACC teams in leagues though Elleray in ongoing. Championships. And Emerson houses ultimately did. So when for example, the chimp turns ships automated you set up a bouncer running on schedule you can change your goals again. EMBIID new service. For example, in game streaming, you don't have to incomes. IMPO game. So it's really literally that simple and. Offered as a game do it'll but you can one thousand. So, you'll set you decide how much you'll bless shoop bay was an expert service inside your game. And you'll bless pain and the middle ramming share as usual. So this. So we roped on it was in months via launched, rated like a couple weeks ago you can save yourself some basic in rent. More or less and. We stopped at to reach out to Gandhi little I find. because. You know we need to choose a market. You'd have great vision. We need some sales so far IRV disrupt last week it was as you said, it was like rain rain. Go Away. About via getting basically great few Basal Osorno no matter who are we in two guys you're interested in the right time and so. I WANNA have. I WANNA, have it with player I won't I mean it's so convenient that basically makes hosting comfortable and those programs Bluey. Yo. This is a basic bedroom. What I, what I thought originally was so interesting about your business is and I was talking actually to my class about this today 'cause we were discussing leagues in League business models and things like that, and you know the differentiating between third party organizers like ESL and Dream Hack and and publisher own leagues like Overwatch League or call of duty great and and one of the comments I made to my class. Which I believe very strongly is that because East sports is all of a sudden seen as a revenue source not as a cost right as an expense but as a true potential source of revenue more and more game publishers will want to control. I. Think Their Own East sports destiny right? We'll want to have their own functionality will not want to outsource to third parties to to do that and I think. What was so cool about what you're doing is in some ways, you allow any publisher to that to take control of their e sports. Destiny
Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rhett tied at the ACM Awards
"Talk about the ACM awards from last night for the First Time in ACM award history. The award for entertainer of the year went to to Artists Carrie underwood and Thomas Rhett. So Keith urban was like a little flabbergasted. He was hosting the whole show and they basically summed it up, carry summed it up by went twenty twenty man I mean really what else can you say
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Here. No is it not not what it is so but his logic was look in order to manage effectively. Sometimes I have to say and do things aren't going to be popular but I'm not here to win a popularity contest and they need to be able to release steam and talk about me back so I guess that's what you were doing if someone in this room and I'm not saying me anyway. Nate for instance says something. Like it's okay. If you guys to give each other the look. Yes usually nate but kicking each other under the table thing. I don't get because Ghandi's legs are only like a foot and a half long right so if you start kicking you have to leave your head would disappear. It's like it's not easy. Looks Weird Movement from one of us like a slide under the table and that could be what's happening. What Street now paranoid. I'm like now all I'm GonNa do is start. Gandhi Danielle the entire show. I can't focus anymore. Oh something people don't understand and I learned this by doing the show in another place. When I do it in Santa Fe froggies situation in Jacksonville. He has his headphones on. So if you guys whisper to each other in front of your microphone. He can hear it in his headphones stubborn weekend. Here forget that W I love that frog you. Can you hear stuff that you don't you don't tell us about? I do think there's times I hear things I'm not supposed to hear right and so I make sure to not react because there's a camera on me so I just don't react I don't hear it. I'm doing something else and I'm just eavesdropping and listening. Yes that does happen times where something is happening. I go text funny. Did you hear that to be heard that? There's another thing that happens. Nate and I both have headphone feeds that feed the other rooms. So sometimes somebody from another room might whisper something in our headphones that we're not releasing all you. Yeah how about.
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Please. Yes I realized two days with Gandhi. Being gone you know that saying you don't know what you have until it's not there anymore. How much she fits in you guys and how much I love her. It just felt so off the last few days there. I mean it just felt so good when I heard a voice this morning how much I miss her. I'm sorry you had lost. I know this but I'm happy you're back. Thank you I appreciate. That and your words are so nice and it's nice to come back to love and our listeners were super super loving and I appreciate it. This place is wonderful. They say me so. This is a great idea. Next time I feel unloved. Take off a few days. Danielle Danielle froggy. I think you're you're saying you're welcome but I love I love you. Elvis Dr Talk to each time my son's in the military when I left and when he came home after a year so you guys are very special to me and I love you all. That's very that's a very good point. You you just made in. May elaborate amy. I mean sometimes you have to stop and think this person in my life this person who is under my nose every day in in my life everyday am I taking them for granted a little bit and I am I oh well. They're always going to be here so I might as well. Just you know W- crap all over him or maybe if someone's there every day don't wait until you have to miss them to appreciate them. Yeah I think that's a very good lesson very good. We missed Gandhi very much too. I missed you guys. It didn't always weird. When someone's not here I feel like the rhythm is different. Well you know what we have enough. We have enough wheels on the truck to keep it rolling. But it's it's not. It's more bumpy. Ride Y- amy. That's very kind. Thank you so for listening and we sure do sure out there. All right have a great day. Okay wait a minute. We're GONNA get something here. Okay so why are you away? Daniel was talking about how much she missed you. Yes and she said Yeah. I Miss Looking over the cross the table Gandhi and then she said these words and then when something weird or stupid happened to the room we kick each other accidentally said that so my question was what the Hell is going on in this room. That makes you kick each other like what? Who In this room? Are you making fun of? Obviously it's a private. It's a private language between the two. Yes as different every day. I told him it's not always the room. Sometimes if a guest comes in and we're like Oh gosh this is so boring is like we'll do that when guests are here. Well guess aren't here and somebody says something stupid or forgets uncomfortable in the room. We'll just be like are you okay I yeah. Do you make it sound like. This is a dangerous room. We're the only two girls in here. A lot of time diamonds. He but so we have to look out for each other and so we like you know or sometimes like scary starts to mand splaine something about things that girls like girls no is is. We'll kick each other things like that. Well we pretty much handle scarier scary. Don't worry that was just an example. Froggy I see it as a version of when we're all at dinner and you can't talk bad about people at the table. It's like texting each other. It's like their own little texts and we do that as well. We'll text each other to because we're a big family and we should all families do these things now kick. Gosh do you say everything to Your family's veins moon? No there were times too even with diamond because she's directly in my path vision. Sometimes things will happen all catch some ice from her. Toss her a little look over. There happens okay all right look if I wanted a boss who everyone sort of terrified of and I know that's not the case.
"gandhi" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Being prayer meeting it was the sixth and final attempt on his life this time by a Hindu fanatic not to rum goad say say go say was born on May Nineteenth nineteen ten as a young teenager. He was a supporter of Gandhi and his his fight against the British even considering the Mahatma and idle however when he was nineteen goats as family move to the coastal town of Nog Yousry not long after the family arrived goats safe found a new idol. Then Nyack Demo- Dr Dr seuss Darker Savar. Like Gandhi was a rebel against British rule but unlike Gandhi he fought with weapons when he was captured in nineteen ten. He was sentenced to fifty years in prison. But after a decade behind bars Savar Savar car was moved to Ruggeri where he was eventually allowed to walk the streets essentially under a glorified house arrest by nineteen twenty nine. He had gained a devout following not to Rahm. Gold say among them but a more militant approach wasn't the only difference sounds between Savar car and Ghandi's philosophies Gandhi though Hindu preached non-violent cooperation with India's Muslims Savar car however believed in a Hindu. Country devoid of all Moslems. He believed that though. Hindus Sikhs Buddhists and James James could reach a place of peace together Muslim and Christian identity was to at odds with the Indian civilization. Some I'm of Savar. Cars Hindu extremist followers saw only one solution to these differences in opinion. Gandhi had to go but he was too powerful to sideline politically. There was only one way to get rid of him assassination but they. He also knew that Gandhi had a history of surviving assassination attempts including several by goats. Say himself on June soon twenty-fifth nineteen thirty four. Gandhi survived an attempted car bombing while on his way to deliver a speech in Poona ten years later in July nineteen forty four gold say attempted to Stab Gandhi at a punch Ghani resort but was stopped by the owner of the Lodge Gandhi. Gandhi was staying in two months later. Gold say tried yet again. He and several other extremists intended to Stab Gandhi. While the leader was at an Ashram in Bombay otherwise known as Mumbai however a crowd at the Ashram foiled the attempt. The fourth attempt took place two years later in June nineteen forty six while on a train headed for PRUNEA. Someone had placed a number of boulders on the track however the train conductor saw the boulders ahead of time and slowed the train though the train did hit the road block it. Slow slow speed prevented the train from derailing. The fifth attempt was conducted by a cabal made up of not to Rahm goad say and several other extremists while Gandhi conducted one of his Birla House prayer meetings on January twentieth nineteen forty eight the conspirators threw a grenade into the crowd with the crowd scattered. A second grenade was supposed to be thrown closer to Gandhi but the police were closing zing in and the assassins had to flee one was captured but God say escaped leaving him free to return earn to Birla House. Ten days later this time he was carrying a Beretta. M Nineteen thirty four semi automatic pistol. Toll the sixth attempt was successful as the world mourned the death of Gandhi. The the call for justice rang just as loud in total nine people were arrested including goad say and Vinayak of our car the authorities firmly believed that the radical Savar car was the mastermind behind the conspiracy at his trial. Gold say never never once denied the murder in fact while in court. He explained why he was called to kill. The Mahatma Gold say believed that Gandhi betrayed his country and the Hindu people. His empathy towards Muslims divided the country not just politically but also literally with the formation of Pakistan. There was no question of the verdict eight of the nine conspirators were found guilty not to Rahm. I'm good say amongst them. Although Savar car the man believed to be the architect of the plot was acquitted due to lack of evidence. The GO-TO say was hanged on November. Fifteenth Nineteen forty nine not to Rahm. Tom Goad say is a modern day hero to some Hindu nationalists with some even arguing that he should be considered a patriot and though it's been troubled troubled by allegations of racism and Misogyny to most of the World Ghandi's legacy burns much brighter. He remains one of the most recognizable recognizable proponents of peace and nonviolence and continues to inspire hope for a better future around the world Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson to to learn more about the life and death of Gandhi. Check out the PODCAST. Original famous fates exclusive on spotify. Today and true crime is the park cast original. You can find more episodes of today and true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only to spotify already. Have all of your favorite favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. Like today true crime for free from your phone desktop for smart speaker to stream today and true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today and true crime in the search bar at podcast. Grateful full for you our listeners. You will allow us to do what we love. 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"gandhi" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Today is Thursday January thirtieth twenty twenty on this day in nineteen forty eight Mohandas Mohandas Gandhi better known by his honorific Mahatma was assassinated by a Hindu extremist the renowned preacher of nonviolence on violence died tragically violent death welcome welcome to today and true crime. Apar- cast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener. Discretion is advised extreme. Caution is advised used for listeners under thirteen today we're covering the assassination of seventy eight year. Old Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Auntie by thirty seven year old Hindu zealot not to Rahm goad. Say let's go back to the early hours of January thirtieth nineteen eighteen forty eight as Gandhi was waking up to perform his morning prayers. Birla house was located in central. New Delhi about a five minute drive from rising hill where India's most important governmental well houses sit built twenty years earlier by. Indian industrialist Gone Sean Dos Birla. The sprawling mansion once played host was to Indian revolutionaries fighting British rule. Now the fight was over. The Indian Independence Act had received royal assent last last summer in July nineteen forty seven but Birla houses revolutionaries namely Mahatma Gandhi still had work to do Gandhi was attempting to create peace between Hindus Muslims and Sikhs in India and the Dominion of Pakistan. When Britain formally dissolved the British Raj? They created these two nations one. For each of the regions religious majorities India would be a Hindu nation Pakistan a Muslim one known as the partition of Nineteen. Forty seven the move displaced millions of Hindus his and Muslims and didn't even give a land consideration to seeks almost immediately the entire region succumbed to violence but Gandhi believed the same non violent practices that led to independence could resolve the religious tensions plaguing the aftermath bath of partition. He was determined to continue creating positive change for his country that meant starting his day early early he woke up around three thirty. AM to perform his daily prayers as part of his morning ritual he recited scriptures from various world world religions. Today he read from one of the most important texts in Hinduism the bug of odd Gita after prayers Gandhi immediately. We went to work reviewing the new constitution. He dictated the night before in particular. He wanted to make sure that the document focused on social service as as well as helping India's rural population however because he was still recovering from a six-day fast Ghandi's energy was low soon after he began to read he put the constitution aside and rest dead his personal secretary puree lol Nayar would look over the draft at lunchtime. He ate with nihar boiled vegetables milk and tomato and orange juice. They discussed discussed the Noakhali riots. Two years prior in nineteen forty six the district no Akhil e in present day. Bangladesh saw period curious of violence from October through November members of the Muslim League murdered sexually assaulted and kidnapped Hindus in the two months span. Roughly five thousand Hindus were murdered and anywhere from three hundred eighty thousand to four hundred thousand. No aquileia the locals were forced to convert to Islam. Gandhi had made a peace mission to Noah Kelly seeking to curb the violence and help the region heal l. from its trauma for four months. He toured the region promoting peace between the two groups. He had cut his trip short at the request of Muslim Lim League leaders now a year and a half after the trip. The region's troubles were still on. Ghandi's mind they were representative of issues prevalent all around India. He and his secretary discussed the importance of continuing to advocate for cooperation between Hindus Hindus and Muslims but Ghandi's Day was still far from over around four PM. He met privately with deputy Pity Prime Minister Sardar Patel. It was a difficult discussion Patel and prime minister. Pandit Nehru didn't see. I do I on several key issues for India but Gandhi was determined to keep the peace with independent India. Only five months old so it was important for the young country's leaders to work together the meeting with Patel Ram long ten minutes into his next engagement. Gandhi cut it short. It was time for evening prayer by five fifteen. He was climbing onto the prayer day. Yes led by his great niece Manu Ben and his adopted daughter Ob- Harbin Chatterjee in the prayer garden a large crowd had formed waiting patiently for the Mahatma to arrive as Gandhi made his way up the steps manubens suddenly felt a man. Push her her from behind. She turned and chastised him believing he wanted to touch Ghandi's feet. But the man only pushed maneuver Ben Again. This time knocking rocking various items out of her hand when she bent down to pick them up. Three shots rang out. The crowd froze stunned as Gandhi fell to the ground at five forty PM. Gandhi succumbed to three bullet wounds and the father of India had been assassinated coming up. We'll examine the motivations behind. Find the murderer as well as the five previous attempts to silence Gandhi now back to the story on January thirtieth nineteen forty eight seventy eight year old. Non Violent Revolutionary Mohandas. Gandhi was shot during his daily evening..
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Your sister Caprio is here. Yes sets sweet things about you sees a very nice person. Not want her to say nasty or she will. She'll get I mean. Do you recall one thing you fought about that. You never resolved or that you felt so stupid in hindsight that you were fighting over something so asinine she might you really. Don't fight a lot anymore. When we were younger? I was horrible Awful Korea. He purposely tried to embarrass me every chance. She got yeah. She was younger so I had to take her everywhere that we went no matter what and and so I would take her out to go with my friends and she would say embarrassing things she would tell the boys that I had crushes on that I had crushes on them in front of them. I was like evil. Tarzan help helping. You're being a little tourist. He was so tired she needed total. Turn turn all the time and terrified terrified of bugs and she got everyone at the bus stop one day to pick up worms and bugs and stuff before school and throw them at me. Gandhi spot. Nice I was like nine years old second of all. She is such a like Nagy mom sometimes but I was like leave me alone and by everyone. She's talking about our two neighbors. Michael and Brian and who are like our brothers so there were only three of the bucks. Only at the bus stops. Bugs are bugs. I actually as an adult feel bad for throwing the bugs not bad for throwing them at you but for throwing the bugs for bugs. So you've never visited your sister Gandhi at her workplace before this is the first time. Why is this the first morning show you visited? I'm honestly I was really nervous when she was moving to New York because she's my little sister and now it's a big place but she loves it here so much and she loves all of you guys and she talks about you all the time and you guys genuinely seem to like each other and everyone seems so nice. I figured it was worth coming to visit. I haven't felt that way other place that makes all in other places where caved in one place where Steve refused to set foot in the door. She wouldn't do it. I'm not coming there. I refuse as we were very very honored that you chose to finally visit. Yeah thanks for having me. Did you bring us a price for your sister. I did surprise. I Ladies and gentlemen the Gandhi Family League Big Mountain of Peas Palau. Yes Oh soon you don't take your sister out for great Indian food. All the time talks about it. She wanted to take me. I know I'm GonNa take your sister loves you very much. You WanNa take it over from here. It sure so I wanted to do something you know. He's very bitter about her birthday. Being in December sometimes because she says it gets forgotten and last year I tried to do something special for and and it got ruined because you guys had like a giant snowstorm so I brought something. That's her favorite thing from Ohio here. So it's graders ice cream. That's why I brought some everybody. Yes so there's a I didn't know what flavors everyone likes. So there's a million Gandhi. John John Sykes sends me graders ice cream every year for Christmas. I almost brought you something. I found out your sister. beat me to it because she loves you more than I love chocolate chip Yay yea good. Even they're playing vanilla fantastic. Could you had their world. Famous one is the blackberry chip Razov assange. I tire.
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"And you don't even know. Oh me too we we gotta move on with them. Go listen to that podcast. And it's a whole other world actually doing very well and by the way I've been asked to be a presenter at the Twenty Twenty Iheartradio podcast award to fix it for you. You better start being nice nominated well. It's not delay. Danial go all right so this is sad. News Comedian Chris Cotton. He's best known for his work on comedy central. He passed away thirty two years old. They don't know exactly what happened but this is the saddest part at the time of death. He and his wife are expecting a baby in two months. That's why they had set up a gift registry at target saying how excited they were that the baby was on the way I mean. I can't even imagine so best going out to his family today. damange connects level. is expected to win your box office this weekend. They're saying between forty million and fifty million dollars. I've already seen it it is. It's all all sorts of fantastic so check it out when you get a chance because you will will love you. I'm telling you you're gonNA laugh so hard you're gonNA miss what they're saying. Sometimes I can't remember the last time I've heard you love so much star wars so listen to this. They gave us a new trailer for the New Star Wars and apparently apparently there is a major leak and possible spoiler in this trailer. People took to social that are fans of Star Wars and they were pissed off yesterday. So I'm just just telling you be careful when you go in watch. The trailer is if it is what they say it is. That's a big deal. Did you watch brody. Dangerous is okay. They're saying that there's an actual man inside the C.. Three Po Costo Jews family. He issued a statement admitting that he struggled with dependency and saying that they hope his death will help others overcome their demons. And since we're talking about Star Wars let's talk about little baby. Yoda in the Mandal. laurean which is on Disney plus right. There's a little baby oh to. He is forget adorable. This thing is it's like Kinda Kinda like Gandhi so people are talking about. How they want to breastfeed baby? Yoda so lactation. Specialists are now getting involved in. They don't have anything better to do. You go work on my tation talking so crazy. So they're all talking about what it would be like breastfeeding baby yoga. Is that a compliment. Like you're so cute. I want to breastfeed. I'm not so sure what I love is baby. Yoda looks just like gone away or does Gandhi looked like Beta iota. Maybe maybe over minus the ears is taller. I'm so also in your theaters this weekend Richard Jewel. That is a new Clint Eastwood Movie..
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Yeah we're going to ruin it. We don't let a shirt leave here without ruining absolute the big pile of shirts in here before we were ruining before the show a shirt and a while to all right. Let's start today with our birthday girl. Gandhi what's on your mind. Okay so it is a birthday. Thank you all so much. I appreciate all the birthday love but I walked in this morning and you know I get here before like everybody else does and there was a moment where I was just a little bit teary looking around because the last fear of my life with all of you has been amazing. And I couldn't be luckier and it just really like overwhelmed me today I feel like I'm GonNa get teary talking about happy birthday. Thank you you guys are the best gift I could ever got a good then. I'll take the other one back. Just have you guys and it's amazing and returns to Andrews returned to on Amazon John. Happy Birthday but actually it's going to funny. Daniel will agree with me and everyone will agree with me. It's your birthday. You consider us to gift. You're actually gift to us. And you know we say that over and over to you you guys are so nice I love it. It's just been amazing. All the ups and the downs and US just being together. It's been great. Wait wait wait downs downs Daniel. She just sit down. No the people have gone through some things. We'll happy birthday a froggy. What's on your mind today? You know mine is one of things as well so last night. I had a very long conversation with our lovable straight mate and it was a very deep conversation and we talked about things. We were thankful for. When I hung up the phone I I looked at least and I said? Do you realize how lucky we are to have these people in our lives and that we're coming up to see you this weekend and see everybody and spend time and I just WanNa say take a second of your day and you think about all that is right in your life and be thankful for what you have. Life really is awesome. Amen sister absolutely right. It is stop down and be grateful. Hey what's up Daniel. I was thinking the same thing as a lesson. I was writing out a card to Gandhi and I was saying the same thing she just said when she told me this morning. I was like that do that. It's her birthday and like you're celebrating her birth but we've had her for this last year and it was the best year and I am so thankful that she's part of this family and I'm so thankful that she's here I I can't say it enough so it was awesome. I love you and love you. What is your shirt say? Daniel grateful blessed Hashtag.
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
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"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"He got poached twice and that person stop talking to him Elvis to Gandhi because I'm tight with Elvis type of Gandhi, Gandhi, Elvis should never ever be closer than I and Gandhi. Think about what you're saying in how stupid. That's a poacher. Right. They're poaching. Your this is this is not poaching. Kind of. Okay. This is a great example. This is a great example of how we all think differently about things, I don't consider that friend poaching at all also how you're the only grownup in the room me. Calling me the grownup in the room is kind of fun. Like, that's my now. No, I can't tell you. How many people I've introduced in become friends and they go on vacations together in if I'm not invited. Okay. You are. I tell you a lot of people could not handle that. That's what you know me. I don't want him invited me to anything. If you don't go go go anywhere. I'd be happier. If you didn't call what's treatment, they ask you to is there any of your friends that you wouldn't want poached any of your friends that are so close that you wouldn't want anyone else closer to them than you will maybe Alex for instance, what if I became great friends with Alex, I'm marrying him. So if you get closer than me, then that's going to be weird. Alex more than he does. I'm gonna question that one. Maybe a better example is needed here. No, no, no. I don't know. I think him at a point in my life where my friends are. You know, they're my friends. I know they're there for me if they're with me or they're not with me and there with someone it's not the same. I don't know. Why did I wait this long in life to actually come to? This is what I'm saying. Is you don't have to be the jealous type because your friends are seeing your friends invited? No, I'm not I remember when I was in high school. I was dating someone introduced him to one of my other friends, and they became friends, and they had a dinner party. Without me. Remember hurt me? Yeah. But that was a while ago. Now, I don't care. See how it hurts. Because you're that they're your friend, and you introduce them to somebody else. But you're still the common factor that brought them together. True. So technically, I think they shouldn't be making plans without you. I think that. It's it's I mean, I don't know. I think it I think it looks like they're talking about you on your back. That's really what you're Daniel. On the surface. You may feel like oh my gosh. I'm hurt. How dare they really truly think it through. It's really not all that awful. But yes, producers hands dangerous, I feel like to live the it's the comparison. We do it on social media. Now, we're doing it with how close yard from one friend to another like the comparison thing is not a happy place to live. I don't think I don't know. I'm not bothered if someone becomes closer with someone else. Well, there are certain friends. I would give you. On my friends off on whoever can because they're all ally ability. So if somebody wants to pick one up good. If you gone to you, and Mikey when I go out this weekend, I'll pay the tab. Now, I would want you to come. Now. I don't wanna you don't wanna come. Stay home and watch TV fine. All right. I like Mikey though. He's I love how Mike Mike is great is cool to me. I love how I said we're gonna talk about that later, but we talked about. We have to find something else later nothing else for this show. All right, producer Sam make us feel good. All right. This is probably one of my favorite submissions in a few weeks because we love our police officers, and this is just such a smiley story. So thank you, Sean lily for sending this to me the other day..
"gandhi" Discussed on Talking Politics
"You'll be one last comparison. This may start us. Plea bizarre, but reading the book, it struck me that there are so many sides to Gandhi, and he is he's ubiquitous in culture in ways that go beyond politics person. You remind me of someone who's completely opposite from him, which is nature in the sense that there is the political nature. There is the anti political nature, and there's the kind of post political nature. The nature who's trying to take people beyond politics, and you get those sides Gandhi to play Gandhi Gandhi, who's in a way pushing back against a political world. And then there is the kind of Gandhi who transcends politics. And I think the global Gandhi potentially transpose x. which one in your mind is dominance. Having written this life. I'm not asking to compare them to nature, but it just partly because he's on t shirts. Nature's that sort of it's the political Gandhi is now more or less irrelevant. Because formal colonialism is ended nonviolence says a form of protest. I think in many ways I think his message interfaith. How many Gandhi is opposed to resist fundamentalism and to the aggressive eight is not a moody and Richard Dawkins would both by Gandhi problematic, right? And in a world driven by religious misunderstanding, sectarian conflict across not as India everywhere. I think it's his message of respecting understanding religious diversity, and it goes sitting your way through it, which I hope will come back in. And is that a message negotiate your way through it was going to push you on this negotiating your way through it a political strategy, or are we talking about something in the end women, we're talking about the fate of the planet here took about insatiable consumption, and there's a part of Gandhi PawSox the probe, political and social. So at eleven of the state, you need a state that is not a denominational state that is not a clear critic state that is not a majority in each state. Unlike Israel, Pakistan at the level of structures of law and the constitution. But every social life, you know, I think somebody's, for example, Italy visited this country, but some parts of this country London preeminently have hindered religious difference much better than the French eleven of everyday social life. This has to be toleration and respect for people of different lifestyles has to be encoded at the level of everyday life and also guaranteed by the state. So both important. Tweet the link to rummage hundreds book and also to an upset we recorded with Pankaj Mishra while back talking about Mody Trump and populism in contemporary Indian politics transcription. This upset will be available to if you want to read it back to business as usual on Thursday de join us for that. My name is David Runciman, and we've been talking politics..
"gandhi" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Gandhi and founded in nineteen twelve and for fifty years committed Gandhian nonviolence under black leaders like album totally, and so on and in early sixties reluctantly, and inevitably they give up on on violence. So I think it's clear that there's a particular context in which nonviolence works. I think certainly in something that is not a rootless and. Brutal totalitarian regime nonviolence is always to be the preferred option, and there is another side. It's not just nonviolence violence. It's also it's how you accept the oppression and the punishment is gonna come your way. And I always felt with with Mandela there, he abandoned one half of the Gandhian project. He absolutely exemplified the other half which is to speak to your audience by the manner in which you behave under the most appalling conditions actually. And that's one aspect of Gandhi adopted the dignity and rectitude and the courage with all those years of solitaire environment. But after he was released to have no bitterness, no rancour to reach out to the whites. The way Gandhi Nehru remained within the Commonwealth. Absolutely. That that latter part of mandala is gone. I mentioned that line from the American journalists that he's Jesus politician part your dad, but you wanted him to be your dad much. I mean. Is fascinating about. It's not really a private life because there is no private life, but his treatment of his sons is pretty awful. Okay. And he was unbelievably morally demanding you letting him down if you didn't live up to the most extraordinarily high standard. And as you say, sounds pretty worse than but it wasn't like he didn't talk like that to the Indian people to this man expected the highest moral standards, which makes him very rare for a political leader of of his influence. How did he manage to kind of maintain that charismatic hold with that slightly hectoring style should should've Joel and preached to the wider audience, but he's calling it at Hector, his sons, and I think his relationship is elder son is really, truly tragic figure because if you read his sons writings, he was brilliant. He was gifted. He was also a patriot. He went to jail several times South Africa, and again in India, he's willing to sacrifice. Is to follow his father, but he wanted his career. He fell in love is wife died. He wanted to marry again, Gandhi opposed it. He wanted all career. Alcohol Gandhi was censorious. The line here again, is writing to one of his brothers saying, hurry Lila's, not Gandhi stub of alcohol. Okay, so he absolutely it is relationship with is elder children. He comes out at his worst. Do you want to father all of the things? He expects them celibacy at various points and others to everyone. But this one bit that made me laugh out loud in the boat. You get these letters from young men who basically writing about masturbation and he writes back very seriously and honestly telling them to avoid to follow the warning walks in zone. It's very hard to imagine the other leading political figures of the age. Lloyd, George would. When writing two gerbils masturbation well, never mind Lenin writing back, but that sytem as well. It'd be just what is the celibacy? What was he trying to prove? Celibacy is difficult to understand for protesters and Jews, right? But it's interesting to the religious ethos of Buddhism Janez Eum Catholicism, and Hindus notice Tom, right, and absorb it very early from Jan mentor and self control had multiple objectives. One is to show your PO in a conservative society. You have to show that you can control your passions because many women protesting together, but also self control as a means of purified yourself and preparing.
"gandhi" Discussed on Talking Politics
"This is a conversation that I recorded with remedy Chandra Guha who is one of India's leading contemporary historians and public intellectuals and he's written an absolutely epic, two volume biography of Mahatma Gandhi. He's just published a second volume Gandhi. The is that changed the world nineteen fourteen to nineteen forty eight. So this is about the period where Gandhi really did change everything. We've talked about Indian politics on this podcast in the past, but probably not enough and we haven't talked enough about this period of history, but also this is about a completely different way of doing politics, and we're going to discuss that too. We began by talking about who in the western tradition or outside of India, could we possibly compare Gandhi to the Gandhi's maybe unique illness, unique in twenty century politics that he kinda transcends politics. He's the father of the nation. Very hard to think of anyone to compare him to maybe Mandela in South Africa, maybe ABRAHAM LINCOLN going further back. He sort of stands about politics and yet as you show in your Burke, as we know about Mandela's we know about Lincoln. It was a DP political life. He fought against his opponents. He took sides. He's an fight with party Lincoln as a Republican Gandhi's Congress. He made mistakes, he made enemies. He made compromises if we start today and then take it back. But today Gandhi today that the father of the nation Gandhi and the the political Gandhi who was on a side in politics, which one dominates in Indian consciousness because there's a kind of a permanent contest between the two India. He's. Siddeley 'Sentinel figure as Lincoln would be in America today or d goal in in France. He's occasionally disputed sometimes forgotten. If he's at all honored acknowledged outside the political system, it's environmentalists human rights activists proponents literally suspicious on trunks Gandhi. Yeah. So it politics except for the two invocations on his birthday. The prime minister will visit his memorial air on second of over and some immoral corrupt. Sometimes bigoted prime minister. We shut his eyes thirty seconds and sit in front of Gandhi memorial, but I think aiming naming, no names, but he informs social life, civil society activism much more than politics per se. The other thing you could say about him is unlike Mondello Lincoln or the goal who during their lives were thought of as being primarily political though, what you describe as a deeply political life. Even throughout there was always this attention how people saw him is easy above. So you have an epigraph to the book from Lord willing given the viceroy nineteen thirty three who says of Gandhi, bottom of every move of which he makes always says, he's inspired by God yet one discovers the political maneuver, and then you have another great quote later on. I think it's from an American profile journalist saying, he's part Jesus Christ part Tammany hall and part your father's part God part yet corrupt politician and dad telling him what to do in his life was that always that sort of people didn't know which Gandhi they were dealing episodes where he was intensely political. When he was organized the congress party. He was signed to put people in positions of influence. He was mobilizing popular action against British after deployment, denied the failed or stored. And then he will start negotiations with the viceroy. He was standing lawyer meticulous draftsman. Of petitions, letters, arguments. And in between these political struggles and political intrigue, there was his work for reform for him. Thomas Cam harmony eradicating untouchability, and they were third side to him. His personal obsessions Mitchell died, held celibacy. Something.
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"All right. So the one that new and I didn't even get a chance to great about this game is we're getting to know both on. Okay, which person said it. Great, great grandfather, the great Gandhi or our great Ghandi. Nobody can keep me from hurting my own feelings when I creep my ex's online. It's gotta be our gun. Yes, that's right. Get on the didn't have with online. Anything turn us on. We're playing Gandhi or Gandhi, which Gandhi said. Hate the sin, love the center. Scary, it's got to be your great, great grandfather, Mahatma Gandhi. Is that correct? Here's what my eyes are so big, I can see your. Let me finish it. It's really important to get to hear the whole. Learn. My eyes are so big, I can see your thoughts guest Guest in. in. Yeah. Yeah, gone. True to everything. Let's see. Do have large is huge dutiful. You've beautiful. Appreciate that. Who said this, what gone to your Gandhi, the future? Depends on what you do today. Pick me pick me froggy her great grandfather Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi. Right. Who said this one gone to your Gandhi? No, I don't want to hold your baby at freaks me out. Huckabee to like holding babies. Comfortable like the can't support themselves, and then I forget to hold their head up and then people are yelling at me. Just hold your own baby. For yourself. All right. Who said this Gandhi, great-great-grandfather Gandhi or our Gandhi, if you want real peace in the world start with children, then definitely not out. It was ringing in ding. This frog. That's got to be great, grandfather Gandhi, yes, said this. Sure I forgive, but when I die, I want my ashes to be sprinkled into the food of enemies. So I may live inside them forever. Scary. Our gone. Yes, it is. Right. Who said the week can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong. Yes. The mahatma. True? Who said this, an ounce of weed cost less in Boston, and it's legal, pick me pick me is froggy. That's our lovely gone. Facts. That's right. You've moved from the land of totally legal weed to the land of where it's not so legal, I know, but you can smell it ever. It's everywhere. Don't worry about that. And all kinds of things around here is one of them. These are other quote from our Ghandi. If you try to wake me up, I'm sleeping. You will get verbally abused, asked my mother, or are you a deep, deep sleeper, a deep sleeper, and I am angry waker. So if I don't wake up on my own walkaway a great, we're doing a morning show with an angry waker. Or Winker we say, great. Another quote from our Gandhi, I can't date guys who are too nice, but if you happen to be a sociopath with poor manners, no money, I'm likely to fall in love, very true. What you're not alone. I'm really stressed out. I think I'll nap about it and try to tackle the problem tomorrow. Is that a US them? Absolutely. You get me get me stressed out about anything immediately fall asleep. It's very bad, bad defense mechanism. Another thing from our Gandhi, listen to this Daniel, I will not let anyone set foot in my apartment with their dirty shoes on, so we must take our shoes off at the door Dale. Okay. There you go. We learning learning a lot of, I don't know, jury still out with me. Oh, well, oh, come around what's going on. So if you haven't heard the beeps and Hailey Baldwin are married. We thought they were waiting because they said they were going to wait, but we guess they decided to wait. I think it was just a kind of getting off the scent. It was a civil ceremony, Justin's mom very excited and she said, she's so happy that love winds and they are going to have a religious ceremony very, very soon. So keep you posted on that. I-. 'Grande poses tributes to MAC Miller over the weekend. I don't know if you saw them. They were very touching. I know I was crying and there is talk that she is very emotional right now. So she's postponed her wedding to David's and not because she doesn't wanna marry him. But because you know, she wants to just deal with our motions..
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"And we need you. Always regret. Whose name was Gandhi. Passed by her name is. That we need to that we dealt. You. But then though got is gone, they made that Gandhi feeding relief on if you speak that had to make some choices we're running ashen. The process took so long that was Tom Judah have in the fifth Elvis will take you drink, and then we'll take them shop and hit us. You deserve. Because when you popped onto wash show, are you earned? It'd be thought you would know one from the jump you can firm this. Ninety. She does Tyler. Perry. Yes, very, we know you special girl. This red, it's. Comfortable. A song written about him. Awesome. Q. tips. I haven't unhealthy obsession with that. Things we need to learn about Gandhi. She loves cue tips. You're gonna take your shopping. I'm gonna take her. All right. We're gonna take a break. We have a phone tap on the way who does the phone tap today today belongs to Danielle Danielle phone tap from Danielle on the way after that we, we have to talk about scary, Franco, is she going on the radio with us? She's going to go on the radio, but she wants you to tell the story because she's angry. She, yeah, a guy really, really. It's a guy thing, a guy. She went in for an interview, right? Yeah. Well, she, yes, she has. She had a recruiter and the recruiter auditor job, and then she turned down the job, and then he asked her out on a date. He was recruiting date. He will get to that in a little bit. I do think we have a special French chef paying visit. Very soon we have. I have a lot of stuff on the list open to to take a break, and we will. He does this right. He, he gets really snarky is late. We got a lot, like you said a lot of stuff. Let's take a break. We More were right. passive aggressively snarky. You're very passive aggressive to the passive aggressive. Take a break and we'll be back. Warning show Elvis, Duran and the morning show. Crazy work hours can make it hard to get a good night's rest if you're like me and have looked for a sleep aid that doesn't make you groggy..
"gandhi" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"Okay this is just like her little other men t that was there so she she feel i feel like gandhi came in and she's like you know it's a lot easier when you actually think less and just allow and have fun with it and it's kind of like life and i just was like what what did this what did this poop lady to say to me she just gave me this epic quo will this thing is in my but in the water is trying to go into my colon and it was like this beautiful moments like she's like this this gandhi tony robbins right now and i'm over here like you're right you're so right i am making this way more difficult than it needs to be i'm taking this way too seriously and because i am the she my button muscle is not allowing what needs to happen and it just of course got me thinking about this message that i wanna share with you guys that story was obviously just for the fun but ans you guys realize how weird i am but it got me thinking about play how necessary that is in our business and how receiving is really necessary especially as female entrepreneurs if we are channelling masculine energy which is forcing something pushing into something high expectations really attached to the outcomes that's a very masculine energy but when we channel this this energy allowing and receiving and just being and i do believe that play and lightness and fun is so the feminine energy as well and it just got me thinking i i remember thinking she so right she's so right this is exactly what i teach women and i need to use this quote right now for this experience while i'm sitting here trying to get shit out of me no pun intended sitting there trying to bras and get shit out of me but i couldn't do it because i was taking the situation seriously and i was getting so tense.
"gandhi" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Gandhi make the three dave dude luna god yep back soon enough bow bombay then then happy the payne dan thank you the new no the pans saw done.