6 Burst results for "Great Joseph"
"great joseph" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Hello, my fellow suffering beings. Sometimes I think about the fact that the Buddha has near universal name recognition. I mean, there are statues of the guy in spas and restaurants and everybody's backyard. And yet most people know almost nothing about who he actually was or more importantly, what he actually taught as a friend of mine recently joked. It's like there's an inverse relationship between the Buddha's Q rating at what most people actually know about him. If you want to get to the core of what the guy taught, perhaps a great place to start would be something called the eightfold path. As many of you know, the Buddha liked to make lists as teaching tools and one of, if not the most important list, is the eightfold path. It's an 8 part recipe, essentially, for doing life better. Today, we are launching a three part series on this 8 part list, why only three parts for the series is pretty good question. And there's actually a pretty good answer. The eightfold path is often divided into three chunks or buckets, so we're gonna bring on master meditation teachers to walk us through each of these three buckets. We're gonna kick things off today with durra Williams about whom much more in a moment. Next Wednesday we'll do part two with Eugene cash and we will wrap things up in two weeks with the great Joseph Goldstein. As I mentioned on Monday, as you may have heard, we're running an experiment for the month of May. We're launching two concurrent series. We're going to do some weaving here. Every Monday, we're doing a series we're calling boldface where we interview celebrities who are brave enough to talk about the darkest shit in their lives. And then on Wednesdays, we're going to go deep Dharma. So hit me up on Twitter actually. I'd be very curious to hear if any of you have feedback on how this strategy is working or whether it's working. You can also comment through our website. Before we dive in here a little bit about deron Williams, she's been a meditator for the past 25 years. She's a graduate of the spirit rock insight meditation society, teacher training program. And she's a guiding teacher at the insight meditation society as well. That's in Barry, Massachusetts, and she has spent over 30 years as a mental health clinician and administrator. In this conversation, we talk about the first two components of the eightfold path, which are right view. Also known as wise or skillful understanding and right thinking AKA wise or skillful thought. I just want to say right here that these may sound vague, but there is a ton here. These two notions are, as de RAS says, the soil for the whole path. We also talk about how the eightfold path has played out in de ra's own life. The notions of intuition, clear seeing and openness, why those are so important to her. And the very tricky skills of renunciation and fostering non attachment to the results of our endeavors. It kind of blows my mind to consider the fact that we're up to nearly 600 episodes of this podcast, the 10% happier podcast. That's a lot of conversations. I like to think of it as a great compendium of, and I know this is a bit of a grandiose term, but wisdom. The only downside of having this vast library of audio is that it can be hard to know where to start. So we're launching a new feature here, playlists, just like you put together a playlist of your favorite songs, back in the day we used to call those mixtapes, just like you do that with music, you could do it with podcasts. So if you're looking for episodes about anxiety, we've got a playlist of all of our anxiety episodes, or if you're looking for how to sleep better, we've got a playlist for that. We've even put together a playlist of some of my personal favorite episodes. That was a hard list to make. Check out our playlists at 10% dot com slash playlist that's 10% all one word spelled out. Dot com slash playlist singular. Let us know what you think we're always open to tweaking how we do things and maybe there's a playlist we haven't thought of. Hit me up on Twitter or submit a comment through the website. This show is sponsored by better help with our busy and hyperconnected lives.
"great joseph" Discussed on stay first
"And I think it is stemmed from that feeling of, oh my word, I'm neurotypical that I am really struggling in this environment of drama school and there's something very difficult here for me. What is it? I'm sure. And then comment the conclusion I think it's because I was brought up in an atypical family and the world doesn't understand that. So yes, I made it my mission to read as many plays as possible and really struggled to find my own story in them. A lot of the siblings would either just hate their sibling, their autistic sibling would be like, that's not right. Or and I just, yeah, I found it really difficult to see myself reflected in it. So I started trying to write a play about my family's journey. But then as I was doing that, I realized, oh, everyone in my family has a different experience. I can't really write, just like autism is this huge spectrum and everyone's like, even just the three of us speaking here today, I've completely different experiences. So every member of my family has completely different experiences, so what do I do about that? Maybe I just need to write my experience. And then as I was starting to do that, a friend of mine put me in touch with her friend, who, and she said, oh, she also has an autistic sibling. Maybe you should shoot up to her. And he's like, yeah, great. I was 21 at this point. And met up with her for a drink, and it was the first time I'd ever spoken to anyone else other than Thomas, who had an autistic sibling. And we sat and we chatted and we laughed and we cried and it was just the most freeing experience I've ever had. And we were there for like four hours. I think the staff must have got really no because we only have one drink. We're just chatting and the freedom that came with it from being in a position where I didn't feel like I needed to caveat everything I said with. They're really great. Joseph's really great. He's wonderful. You know, because as siblings, we spend so much advocating for them and trying to fight for their place in this world. But I was with someone who got that already. They're like, yeah, I know that they're great. I know that they want to fall, but how is it for you? And we were just able to be really honest about how it was for us. And at the end of it, I was like, I want to make this
"great joseph" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Even talked it out over the break a little bit. Trying to figure out some odds. The $1 million picks for week 7 to recap, we are up 1.57 million for the season, 5 or 6 winning weeks, our MVP has been Greg butler, who singled it. Great Joseph and Greg butler. Greg Joseph is our MVP. He swung through games for us. And now, the $1 billion picks for week 7 give me one. Give me one. Let's go. Teaser. Packers -7 and a half patriots -7. We are going to tease those two together. The Pats have to beat the jets by one, the packers have to beat washed them by one and a half, putting 600. Oh yeah. 600,000 on that one. We're not done with the Pats and packers either because FanDuel has 5 team teasers. For minus one 77, 14 point teases. We're just going to do it. We're going to give it a test drive. What happened in the car? Pats minor 7 packers -7 and a half cards -17 and a half. Rams -15 and a half chiefs minus four and a half. We're teasing all of those games by 14 points. Pat's plus 7. Okay. Packers plus 6 and a half. Cards, minus three and a half, rams, minus one and a half chiefs. Plus 9 and a half. All the math to cover. Minus one 77, Warren sharp is having a heart attack. He's left off. He was right. No, he's so upset that we're doing this. This is such a bad idea. We're doing it anyway. And we're going to try to win 200 K on that. And if we lose, we lose 354,000. So just mark and that time. Okay, straight up. Got two bets. Chiefs. The chiefs will score more than 31 points, minus one 16. We're gonna put $200,000. That's a 32 points. 31 is a push. Okay. We think what how many points do you think they'll score against the things? If you had to guess 40? 42, 42, okay. Feeling good about that. Bears. We both kind of like this bears line plus 12 and a half against the bucks. We think it's too high. We think it should be -9, yeah. Or -9 and half something like that instead, we're getting all these extra points. Good defense, top 70 VOA. We think they hang around and we also think because of the buck's secondary, there's some garbage time potential. Sure. For the bears. Khalil Herbert action. Yeah. Who knows? Okay, so we're putting 200 K in that. Underdog parley of the week. Great and ambitious. We haven't won one of these since week one. Now there's reasons for this. The underdogs have not been winning. It's not like we're picking the wrong ones. We just haven't seen the underdogs. We like to concentrate on the ones between like four points and 8 points. The same reason we're winning all these teases every single week is why we're not winning the underdog parlays. Good point. Well said, raiders last week we had, we needed the bears to cooperate, Aaron Rodgers said you forgot I pay rent on those guys. Well, this week, we're going to do a mix and match of three teams we like. The Bengals to win out right against the ravens. The colts to win out right against the niners and the Seahawks to save their season against the saints. Here's what we're doing. 33 K each on Bengals colts plus 8 O 8. Bengal Seahawks plus 7 83 colt Seahawks plus 6 84. So two of those three win. We're golden. If they all lose, we lose 99,000. If you had asked me in August and would you ever bet on a Carson Wentz Geno Smith parlay, I would say I would stay away, but Bill, it's week 7. I'm here for it. I'm in. And I gotta be honest. It's a little rational confidence from us this week because we've been doing well. We have a 5 team tees and we have a ridiculous three different versions of an underdog parle. I hope it hit two instead of just betting all those teams straight up. That's why you come to the $1 million picks. And those were the $1 million picks for week 7. Peter schrager we'll see you on good morning football. We will see you on Fox on Sunday as well. And I'll see you next week, my friend. I'll be texting you from the airplane on Sunday, freaking out as always. What are my favorite.
"great joseph" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sunday night Football postgame show following a big Rams win over the Chicago Bears What happened earlier today in the National Football League? Well, the Cleveland Browns set out on their new mission and their new journey. Remember last year they won 11 games, made it to the playoffs and pulled an upset on the road and Pittsburgh before getting eliminated by the Kansas City Chiefs. This is a team trying to make it back to the playoffs, trying to potentially be a championship squad. To do that, though you've got to beat the best and the Chiefs were the best last year in the FC. Trying to make it to a third straight Super Bowl chiefs out in defense of their A F C title by facing the Cleveland Browns again at Arrowhead Stadium today, this was a different field. Everyone had control of this game in the first half. In fact, they had themselves at 22 10 halftime lead. Kansas City does have that ability behind Patrick Mahomes to strike big strike quickly and Take the hard away from an opponent and again today they did that Holmes will step up against it. Moving laterally now throws it looking for Kyrie Kill makes the catch burning the defender peeling back left 2015 10 5. And into the inside touchdown. Kansas City 75 your touchdown. And the Cleveland DB playing his deep as he could. It still didn't help him and the Chiefs finally get a quick strike touched there. It's one of those plays that we've seen a lot of so as Mitchell, Tyzonn 165, the Wolf and the Chiefs radio network, Mahomes going to his right toward the sideline through back across his body, Tyreek Hill hit the brakes caught the ball. He was gone. It was part of Kansas City's Big 23 point comeback in the second half when Patrick Mahomes found Travis Kelsey later on. It was the game winner. Kansas City takes game 33 29 over the Cleveland Browns today after the game, Andy Reid, head coach for the Chiefs, was asked about That great play made by Mahomes and Tyree kill, and we assume he was paying attention. Yeah, no, that was big to be able to stand driving, then score, especially start a half. I mean, that's The second half, and that's a that's a positive thing. You feel like you've gone in and got something accomplished in there? Um, gives guys confidence that we can move the ball better than what we were doing. Was talking about the one party 75 years past time. Uh, yeah, that was nice to know. Andy Reid now is eight known his career against the Cleveland Browns so you can have that moment of levity. Patrick Mahomes goes for three touchdowns at 337 yards on the day today and The other side. Baker Mayfield 321 Yards did not throw a touchdown pass in this game was intercepted once as Kansas City wins at 33 to 29. Pittsburgh and Buffalo. Now, this is a pair of teams, both of whom are also open to be right there in the FC this year. In fact, the bills were there getting to the championship game before getting taken out by the Chiefs last year. The Steelers with Ben Roethlisberger back at least one more time. They weren't generating any offense in the first half Buffalo for their part, that high powered offensive machine wasn't really clicking either. But it was 10. Nothing bills at the break. That's when Pittsburgh put the defensive clamps down even further and got very opportunistic in a way that led them to a win. Bills money from their own 23 yard by Pop gets his left foot in. No, it is blocked. Steelers pick it up in his block, and it goes into the end zone for the touchdown. Unbelievable Touchdown. Pittsburgh, Ulysses Gilbert, the third The blocked punt. Manhart never got in the way and Gilbert scoops it up and runs it in. Disaster for the Buffalo Bills. John Murphy w GR Sports Radio 5 50 in Buffalo is 17 point fourth quarter. That was a part of it is Pittsburgh wins the game by a score of 23 to 16. Ben Roethlisberger did not have a gaudy day at all. Offensively, 18 32 for 188 yards and touchdown, no interceptions, a fumble lost, but A win is a win is a win and also let's see a big day on the other side of the ball by his teammate, TJ Watt, who had sat out held out ultimately signed a big contract. Not surprised. We expect that from him, he expects that from himself. And so you know, he didn't You know it's conditioning was good. He wreaks havoc. Sauna dif on offense, and that's why He should be, and he is the highest paid should be guys like player on defense. Josh Allen did not have one of those days. People have gotten used to seeing for him. He did throw for 270 yards and a touchdown but also lost a pair of fumbles. Buffalo stumbles at Home and Highmark Stadium. In their season opener. Miami did not stumble on the road. Today, they beat the Patriots in New England for just the second time in their last 13 trips to Gillette Stadium, 17 to 16 the final To a tunnel by lower with bare touchdowns, one through the air and one on the ground. Miami recovered key fumble as the Patriots were driving late to try to take the lead in the fourth quarter in this ballgame, fell out of the hands of Damien Harris Dolphins got it and ran out the clock for their first win of the year. Mac Jones had his first opportunity went for 281 yards today, including a touchdown to Nelson a galore, But New England starts their season at all and one Chargers one today in Washington. 22 16 Justin Herbert, putting up 337 yards passing other day Austin Ekeler had a touchdown running this one. Mike Williams, a touchdown reception. The other side. The Washington football team who wanted division with seven wins last year at new quarterback in today, Ryan Fitzpatrick, but he didn't make it out of the second quarter of hip injury that we expect we're gonna find out more about tomorrow. Knocked him out of the game. Taylor Hi, Nicky came on to finish it up throwing for 100 and 22 yards in that 22 16 Chargers win Alright, came down to overtime today in Cincinnati. Minnesota tied up the Bengals has regulation ended on a great Joseph 53 yard field goal well in the extra period heaven, McPherson said. I got you one better. Mark Harris 13th year Pro will snap it back to Kevin Huber, 13th Year pro. The staff will put down the swing of the leg kick on its way. Good. Oh, the Bangles win it on the final playoff overtime. Evan McPherson placed it onto the shoulders of his teammates. Has Cincinnati pulls it out. 27 to 24 Dan or Dave lap of Cincinnati's ESPN. 15 30 in the Bengals radio network in the Wind at home for the Bengals two started out. This is a big day for them as they saw Joe Burrow come back from his injury and played well. 161 yards. Couple of scores, including a 50 yarder to his old LSU teammate, Jamaar Chase Chase five catches 101 yards on the day. Thanks feeling pretty good around Paul Brown Stadium today. The other side, The Minnesota Vikings, who came back came up short. Her cousins threw for 3 51 2 scores Dalvin Cook at 62 yards and a touchdown but a big fumble. Under two minutes left to go on that overtime, which helps set up the Cincinnati win. Used to knocked off Jacksonville today. 37 21 Tyrod Taylor goes for a couple of touchdowns on the day for the Houston Texans. On the other side. All the focus was on Trevor Lawrence number one overall draft pick, threw three touchdowns but also three interceptions on the day today as his team went down by 16, and he said they won learning experience disappointing for sure. Well, I still believe in this team. I still know we're capable of. There's a lot of good things there, and we got to Keep doing those and learn from the bad and we got to watch it and learn from it for sure. But then flip the page so long season. We can't.
"great joseph" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To the great Senator Joe Lieberman. Donald Trump yesterday pardon and commuted 143 people just to put in its proper perspective and Bill Clinton's last couple of minutes in office. He pardon 140 a little less than Donald Trump. But here, the two extremes Barack Obama and his final minutes 330 people over eight years. The pardon? 1019 100 people almost 2000 right on some of those people. Chelsea Manning the Who's the guy that you know the bomb influences top terrorists, Terrorist Puerto Rican, The fl and right who was the grand marshal of the Puerto Rican Day, Right? That the Lord of the burrito, that idiot So yes, there were 330 pardons and commutations by Obama. George Bush 43. Too. Hey, only part into table on the way out anyway, this our next guest is somebody that we both love. He was a senator from the great State of Connecticut between 1989 and 2013. And as Kamala Harris is set to break the glass ceiling today, African American lady VP This man did the same when he became the first Jewish man. To be up from major major job when he was Al Gore's vice presidential running mate back in 2000, long time favor to the show. Great Joseph Lieberman. Good morning, Joseph. Hello, Joe. Hey, Good morning. Brilliant said I couldn't ask for a better intro than that. Great to be back on with you guys you're doing well, Well, we're happy that you're here and we're both huge, huge fans of yours going many, many years back on the I missed days. In fact. Bernie always tells the story of how you actually what is this story Quickly While I was there the night that Senator Lieberman accepted the nomination as vice presidential running mate to alcohol. I was there in Los Angeles at the Democratic National Convention, and I ran into you in the hallways after you made the acceptance speech, and I was overwhelming, actually stopped to say hello to me with Gaggle of bodyguards and press surrounding you. You stopped to say hello to me, and I'll never forget. I was so honored by it. So what? Thank you for it again. Are you kidding? You were.
"great joseph" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Capsule special for bringing out the old and ringing in the new as we head into 2021 leave 2020 behind. We are making a time capsule together. Documented year that we would mostly rather forget, but it's important for many reasons to remember. So now let's see what that montage of callers from the year made you think about or feel or remember from 2020. And we're going to start with Marlin in Morris County. Marlin. You're on W N Y C. Hello. Hello. Hello. Thank you so much for having me on on. The montage really had me thinking about, um, in March, back in March. We all kind of a before March. We all took Teachers for granted. We took schools for granted, and I just remember how important it was. Raja's parents, a parent of a six year old Adam was just important for me to start to learn and start to think about. You know how she learned what's the best way to teach her and I really just had so much more appreciation for teachers. And I think it also gave us a new perspective on the school system and thinking about how our school system is actually operating in the best interest off our students over kids. No and to think about how we can actually improve that while still taking, you know, time to appreciate the teachers and all the hard work that they've been doing for us over over all these years prevented so great thought that I'm sure a lot of parents can relate to, and maybe a lot of teachers and wondering Wait. Do they still take us for granted? But thank you. That's a great way to start us off, and we're going to go to Annie and Fairfield. Next. Any Iran W N Y C Hi, there. Hi, Brian. I am so happy to tell you about my dad died of cold it on April 7th. I'm one of seven and my dad was great. He taught at Stony Brook University for over 52 years and I just feel so badly that we were never able to have Any celebration of his great life that he lived on die? No, I don't doubt for a second that there is a student of his listening right now. Get you in the father to ask the seven of us just three stepchildren and so many, many of his students, and that's what this montage Really made me think about. So Thank you for giving me a moment to talk about my great dad. And thank you for doing so any thank you very much Bill in Crown Heights. You're on W N Y C. Hi, Bill. Hi, Brian. Well, that was I'm sorry. I'm kind of shaking from that. But When I heard the health care workers must be in March or April, talking about the lack of PPE. Just wanted to scream because we're still there. You know here we may have built up but There's been no federal leadership on this. We've got the Defense Production Act. We've got the national resource is other states had months to see what was going on here before it hit them. There's just no reason why we should have shortage pp. There's no reason we should have the federal government telling us That it's going to be over by April. We're gonna pack the church's by May and I'm trying not to be partisan, but you can probably hear it. There's just no reason we should be at the worst of it right now. You know, we saw the worst here and now it's ignorance of the concrete. Frustrates me. It angers me and it just breaks my heart. Do you want 2022? No 2030 to know about all that. 1 2022 No 23rd that we need to be a 2020 32 No. We need to be a community. We need to pull together like we did after 9 11 when a crisis hits. There's no Blue America. There's no Red America. I mean, we can fight it out. Politics on legislation, but You know, we have to look out for each other. It can't be about me and my you know, this mask is infringing my my Liberties. We have to take care of each other, Brian. I mean, that's the only thing that I can say it's that's the biggest mistake that I see that we have made here. We are As a country at least not taking care of each other, not looking out for each other. And Our concept of liberty has just become so worked. Way if we get through this as a country We something tragic is going to happen again and We can't let it happen like this. Well, thank you so much for those thoughts. We'll see how that looks and 2030 People hearing it then for sure. Mercedes in East Harlem, you're on w N Y. C. Hi, Mercedes. Hi. Hi, Brian. Fourth time color and happy holidays and two So what do you want? 2032? No. I want Want 2030 to know when my 10 year old will be 20 years old And when my 19 year old will be 29 years old, that family must stay together. We went through a very hard time at the beginning of covered. My father was for the seas. Very hard thing that we have still happen, but it took the We're from being sick from the beginning off March, toe being in the hospital in May and being in in ICU and coming back home on June 11th. And we bringing him home as a family to take care of him. Even though he was giving palliative care. We need to stay together and take care off each other, like the previous collars say. At the end of the day. We need a country We need our doctors. We need to take care of each other. And here, he said, Well, I want my daughters to know that In America. We are compassionate. We are. We were humble and we always step up to help the neighbor. Our next neighbor. Thank you very much and happy Holidays and to you and beautifully said Thank you. Mercedes Joseph in Brooklyn. You're on W, N Y C. Hi, Joseph. Hey, Brian. How's it going? I'm just calling in because when the pandemic kid lockdown happened And I'm luckily, 29 year old, healthy man, So I decided to Go out and run 10 miles every day for all the people who can't go outside into the world, and we're locked in to try to inspire everyone around. Um, my community here in Flatbush. And I'm running out there and seeing all the homeless people in the streets and people struggling, I decided, um Gotta keep that up. And I end up doing that every day. And I'm still doing that. I plan to run 10 Miles until the pandemics over. But I also realized go being able to go out and do that 10 Miles, which kind of replaced my old work commute. That was a now and a half to get, um My job from Where I currently from Flatbush. I was able to like hit that five mile point and realized. Wow, I'm so lucky to be able to turn around now and go back to a home that that I can stay. And while so many people are locked in, at least are able to be in a home. There's a lot of people outside that are struggling, and I just want everyone to know that this year I'm running for everyone who needs somebody to support them and We can get through it together with love and determination. And Brian, your show is great. I listen to it all the time. Uh, when I'm folding my laundry in the middle of the day after those runs, then it's just a blast. Here. You talk to so many people in the community. You're You're great, Joseph. You're great. Thank you very much. One more in this set. Mary and Dobbs Ferry. You're on W N Y C I, Mary. Hi, Brian. Thank you for taking my call in for doing this Wonderful show one of the pieces of the montage that particularly struck me. I'm an Episcopal priest and I have so taken for granted, being able to touch people be able to give people communion and laying on of hands and most of all, being able to visit people. In the hospital and trying to figure out how to give last rites. Over the telephone. For someone who's dying of cove. It was really, really difficult and I have incredible incredible love and respect for the nurses who would hold a phone in front of somebody so they could see me. Um well, I gave him the last rites. It was It, Zillah. Very difficult thing to You proud of that, But I appreciate the montage so much. And it may be thank you the most important thing from the year to remember. Exactly what you just said. Thank you. Right there on W N. Y C with a W N Y C time capsule special will continue.