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St Augustine: Teacher and Author

5 Minutes in Church History

03:19 min | 4 months ago

St Augustine: Teacher and Author

"After agustin's conversion he resigned his post as teacher of rhetoric in milan and he left for several months to villa in the area of lake como right at the foot of the alps. You should look it up. It's a beautiful place and here augusta his first books as a christian he was writing books since three eighty all of those early books is pre conversion books are lost to us but now and three eighty six. He began a whole new writing career. I a quick word on his writing he would dictate to notetaker who used a system of note taking called tirrenia nets that this was named for tullus. Tirico he was the scribe for cicero. And these ian or shorthand notes would then be written out into longhand and they would be edited and they would become a book. There were not commercial publishers in those days but there were networks of scribes networks of scholars and friends. And you would make a few copies of a book and you would distribute it to these associates to these friends and they would make more copies and then from those copies would come even more copies and it was just a case of supply and demand and there was a great demand for books from augusta and there was a steady supply. But were these first books that augustine wrote as a christian. What were they all about. We called them dialogues. They were recorded conversations that he was having with himself there at this beautiful place in lake como. He would personify this dialogue with reason. And so it was augusta. And reason having these dialogues of course. He was drawing on this genre of the dialogue from that. Great greek philosopher. Plato and these dialogues covered such topics as truth and the immortality of the soul and unhappiness in in them we see the themes that will come to dominate agustin's teaching. He was after all a teacher and so he taught first of all the nobility the value for the pursuit of truth. Let's not be satisfied with lies and falsehood in mere shadows but let's pursue and pursue it relentlessly the truth. Secondly he helped us understand the relationship between faith and reason too often reason is jettisoned. Combatant of faith will not so argued augustine. God created us with a mind. He created this world as a rational world. Any wants us. God wants us to use a reason to know him. And so faith and reason and guston had a wonderful way of talking about the relationship of those two and then finally augusta taught us that all everything begins and ends in god this world our very lives all of our efforts human history truth wisdom happiness. All of this is found in god. He is the beginning. He arches over every moment and aspect and god is the end. He is the and the

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The Birthplace of Saint Augustine

5 Minutes in Church History

03:52 min | 5 months ago

The Birthplace of Saint Augustine

"World of augustine encircled the mediterranean sea spain and portugal. To the west france switzerland and the british isles to the north greece turkey israel to the north and to the east. Of course italy extending right into the sea the boot poised to kick a soccer ball also known as sicily and stretching all along the south egypt in the coast of africa. Agusan is from africa. Now that's the modern designation as are all of those country names. I just listed for you and the three hundred and four hundred. This was all rome. All of these peoples were roman or were to be considered roman and all of these places were part of the far flung roman empire augusta was born specifically in what was called new media the roman province of namibia. It is modern day algeria. His hometown was aghast. It was originally a village of nomadic. Berbers and back in the two hundred and one hundred species does the punic. Wars rome took control of this vast area as guston was born. Rome reached its zenith as augusta and lived roman declined and as guston died. Rome fell well. The gas was two thousand feet above sea level. It was surrounded by mountains that were another thousand feet or so and it was a very fertile plain. In fact the most fertile land in north africa it was a great place to settle and farm. Corn olives were mostly harvested and had a great economy one. A story noted how it became a retirement destination spot for roman soldiers. Did you ever wonder where the lions and bears and tigers in the roman amphitheatres came from. Will they were caught in the mountains and in the plains around agustin's hometown of the gas one hundred and seventy miles away to the east was the massive city of carthage. It was bustling with people and trade. It was second city only to rome and sixty miles or so to the northwest hippo regis. That city would come to play a significant role in the life of augustine. Near the end. Agustin's father was patricia. S a roman pagan. His mother was monica and devout and sometimes mystical christian much much more on her later as our book unfolds. Augustine had siblings. But we know very little about them he had at least one brother navigate. Send at least one sister and he likely had more brothers and sisters. But we just don't know that much about them at all. He was born on november thirteen. Three fifty four. This was a full generation of post. Constantine rome one. After constantine's conversion did you see the air quotes there. i put around network. that's important. This was the christian era at the end of the roman empire of course alongside of christianity. Plato's philosophy and the schools that followed him ruled the roost. That's important. It was a time of doctrinal advance. Augusta lived right in between the nineteen creed three twenty five and the cow sedonia creed of 451 that's important. He also lived during the time of heresies. They were springing up all over the place. Will that too is important if you were to ask a young augusta playing in the streets of the gassed. What do you want to do when you grow up. He would answer with one word. I wanna be

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How Would Augustine Read Genesis? with Dr. Benjamin Quinn

Knowing Faith

04:11 min | 8 months ago

How Would Augustine Read Genesis? with Dr. Benjamin Quinn

"GONNA it I'M GONNA go fast and I and fly high. So Augusta Guston when he's converted around the year three, eighty six and he's about he's in his early thirties by this point the very first commentary that he turns to ride is actually one on genesis and he does so against a group of people called the mannequins that he'd. been a part of for a little over a decade and very quickly after coming to Christ he sees the manatees not as not as reputation or not as personal enemies, per se but theologically, they really were enemies because they undo. So much of what's true and rich and good in Christ centred about the scriptures and especially in this directly begins to answer your question especially as it relates to the doctrine of creation. So over Agustin's lifetime first of all, there's development in his thoughts and there's a development and how he approached his genesis one through eleven genesis one through three specifically about five different times he addresses it the very first time. If you look at that early commentary, just a couple a couple of years after he's converted to be honest it's kind of weird he does all kind of crazy allegorical stuff he's. He's really pushing back against some extremities of Manichean thaw. By the time you get to his much more mature though in this comes about the you know the works that Augustine most popular for Confessions City of God on the Trinity on Chris Easing, these kind of what we would call his mature works by the time he looks at Genesis one. Through eleven at that point here are some of the the. Distinctive of his interpretation that you're gonNA notice first of all he's going to be very clear on a very healthy doctrine of creation. What I mean by that is he's not going to see something like the spirit world bad in the mid or the material world is bad spirit world is good. He's GonNa work really really hard to push against that. There remains some measure of a spiritual side may be. Better than the material saw and whether that's true or not. Another point is still be some of that but he's going to always remember that sort of bad ten years of Manichean life that he experienced and when he returns to genesis one through eleven, it's always gonna be sort of in back of his mind and who he's arguing with so to speak. Yeah, secondly, he's also going to always be deeply. Christ centered. As shouldn't surprise us. But maybe for some of your ears when they hear the word Christ centered in terms of interpretation or they may think about ten years old and I want to say, no, that's about I. Don't Know Nineteen Hundred Years old somewhere somewhere in there. And Augusta and when he's turning to any part of scripture. But especially, the Old Testament Psalms particular genesis one through eleven he's going to see in the beginning in fact right there he's GonNa Circle that in his Latin tax going to say that in that beginning the way that his text reads there's Jesus Right. There's the same beginning John's talking about the same beginning to Colossians, one is referring to that's Jesus there in fact his. Commentaries are summarized. He called him the Toda's Chris because he saw the whole Christ there and that's true. Really of his interpretation of all the Old Testament. The third thing I would say on that Kyle is my favorite part of that I've learned from Augusta. My favorite part is that he always interprets scripture with what he calls the double love in mind. This is nothing more than the great commandment He has in his little book on her midday. Scott on Christian, teaching our on on Christian doctrine. He says any interpretation of scripture that doesn't undergird love for God and love for neighbor is an invalid interpretation. Period. Now. There's a lot. There's a lot of questions. There's a lot to be said that's not the end of the conversation, but I always hear that as if Jesus is right that there's nothing if he is because he's Jesus if if he's right that there's nothing more important about living in his world. Then to love God, and to love other people, the net applies to everything in life including how we interpret the Bible, not just how we parent and how we pass through and how we were all the those things too that even how we interpret the Bible Jesus you said all along the prophets point to me. So when you go back to those also recognize the most important thing about living in my world is that you love on love of people. So if you've if you draw from any interpretation of scripture something that you can't draw straight lines to love forgotten left for the people you've you somehow fallen off the radar, you've. Fallen off the wagon. So to speak and always been sort of guides and directs is not only interpretation but then application scripture. Yeah. Man That's so

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"guston" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

03:35 min | 8 months ago

"guston" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"In a room that is really quite extraordinary. Old voted to the laugh to laughing heads but these are this is not. Merry Johnny, La to my mind. This is laughter on the edge of hysteria these faces on the edge of disintegration skull like these great gaping mouths whether these laughs come from Maggie role. In the ninety S, you may remember a trying to paint the LAWF-. The son of the love in the ninety s when everything was doom and gloom and Mrs that trump there are people who dead love I personally try not spend too much time with him but. I mean the most disastrous sings you could think of pretty damn quickly somebody made jake with Niger. I didn't know how else one go on living without laughing. There's also a wild says. If you if you think life is a comedy, but if you feel life is a tragedy. And that couldn't be true and said, the laughing is very very. Important to me and that and the challenge as the challenge of painting the animals was not be sentimental which I didn't think I have been. Thank goodness. But the challenge of painting laugh is obviously the moment the mouth is open. Can could be a scream could be aurora yell or something, and obviously laughing and crying say close together they're almost like life and death and they. Say. Very close and I'm still hope out of these more figurative paintings than the nineties paintings I still trying to paint the sound of laughter coming out of there's. Out of the House of these heads. Still, you say more figurative than the abstract painter the nine year, right? Yes. That they were just conjuring up of gesture Nkala color but nonetheless, a lot of these words in this show. Push towards the edge abstraction, some of the portrait's. Yes. You out just but if there's a title I can see it's you that coalescence, but it then evaporates again I mean it seems that with a lot of the works more recent works you how poor trolling these edges of pushing paint to it's painting as it were pushed pushing into the edges of figuration I eat word abstract and abstraction, but nonetheless, you're always walking that. My budget seems yeah. But I think the minute you pick up a brush or knife or you'll hand on every the happen to put the paint on the canvas whiz you you if you're not walking that. Tight for I. Prefer not on the edge of something. The thing is not going to have any life trade and. And as I get older, I have taken on board the it less is more, and so I'm trying I always have been trying to get to the essence of the subject, but it's it is happening in a more lot of these paintings in the more economic way and you recently accepted a commission to another public sculpture. You mentioned the skull shown Aubrey also made the Memorial Oscar. Wilde annihilating Mary wollstonecraft the Great. Advocate for equality, the sexiest the vindication, the rights of women, the first great book about equality of between men and women a great philosopher. Mother of Mary Shelley. How did this come about and what you're going to be how you're going to be portraying Or have to wait I think until. Believe something like the tenth of November, there was a clue to see what I've got names absolutely until the ten sort.

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"guston" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"guston" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"Cost. Andrea and Barry. Thank you both very much to. Enormously, complex issue. You can read Andrea Mls. lasko on Guston at the Guardian Dot Com I'm a letter signed by the artists at Brooklyn Rail Dot Org, and do so listen to my interview for this podcast with Rob Stool the author of a new book on Guston you can find that conversation in the episode with Grayson Perry which came out on the eighteenth of September..

The Bachelorette's Mike Johnson Gets Raw About Sex and Dating

Just The Sip

05:49 min | 9 months ago

The Bachelorette's Mike Johnson Gets Raw About Sex and Dating

"You guys welcome to another episode of Justice Justice of Astor here and I am so excited about my next guest if you guys have TV and don't live in the stone. Age. You've seen this man on the. Bachelorette. You've seen him on Bachelor in paradise and if you're smart, you'RE GONNA go pick up his new book because he is going to be the nets Dr Feelgood please welcome Mike I'm six five in High Johnson. Thank you thank you like that. I might be Dr Feelgood right now let me just give you guys a little bit of a warning. If there's something that you don't understand in this program today, there will be a black man says dictionary at the end of this and we will break down exactly what we're talking about because it true. When two black dudes get together sometimes you don't know what's happening. That's true. That's sure. We're fighting but we're not fighting. You know what? I mean like people don't get it. Not Funniest thing is like when I travel the world I've had friends say every time you see a black Guy Y'all. It's like it's it's a pain is just a band no matter but never met you. You just do it. was there another brother on your? Hand Brown season. Yes, Guston. Devon Johnson was it surprising to you that there were four of you on one season because to be honest before that? I mean there was one and So. I was surprised not allow surprised about it in a happy way. I was really happy too late for it and it was like y'all we gotta represent. You gotta represent we can't. We can't be getting out here like we do not give a physical altercation because we know the headlines GonNa read. So we were happy about but have to be honest it's a lot of pressure sometimes you know for me, I have to watch myself and I can't be as vocal about certain things a lot about certain things and I can't the way I would normally vote because people would say I'm a guy like a angry black guy it should be in the back of reminded it's like I'm amy because this is a dumb ass situation. Right I'm just lucky that you Chad Johnson weren't on the same season. In that. Terrible them my mouth I want might really Oh God 'cause they're not probably. He would evoke emotions. I wouldn't have been good. I'm really mad that you didn't get that. Bachelor in off or was not like I'm mad that they gave it to Peter Webber. I. Did enjoy the Peter Weber of it all but I was ready for you to take over how close was it really I was told the night before they still are unsure. That's what I was told I dunno, the validity of that. I think if Peter hadn't acted out at that bachelor tells all. The final the final rose situation. If he didn't cry, we didn't know barb was it barb wasn't crazy Peter would not have been the bachelor. Let's be real. I will say Mama Liba bars probably better TV them so. She's amazing. She's awesome. TV got lowered. Did. You ever think that you would be on a show like this because you're a good looking guy. Do they you could have found. Ample women no I never thought I would be on a TV show I never was something I was thinking about never watched the Bachelorette. Notice respects on and. I met ladies but I lived in San Antonio Tom I was thinking I'm not GonNa find mop person here. Yeah. I tried all the day naps I did last. Night just have. A crushing you're crushing tender. I'll be. Twice. About it my you're taking down come on Mike. Now. Once or twice out say like that. Just. So you know. With the nod we also can't lie to black. Black the. To Black dudes. And it can get come on man come. And you've got to tell the truth. How did you end up getting involved with the show? No Lotto, my home. I was financial advisers at work not. So my boy I. I just got mad at through my phone and I was like I ain't GonNa Never I'm Never GonNa Parmalat I'm never going to find love like regulation all this stuff he was like Kinda say what you said he was bro what good-looking do girls ever said they wanted me to relationship and I was like. I'm ready like I'm getting old I'm trying to have kids one day. You know in boss up I want I can't wait for the day that I have a son or daughter in like they're dating somebody nine am you'll get it looked good. I cannot wait for that day. So my homeboy said a Africa him dying laughing at me 'cause I said I wanted to be in a relationship. A few months later, he just sent me a facebook casting call. Now I'm upward nothing today. Let's do it and you got it I got lucky. What did you really think about Hannah Brown whenever he saw for the first I thought she was cutie but then I was thinking I knew she was from Alabama and I was. She's Caucasian. I was scared that I wanNA. Get a fair shot at her because she was out in our thoughts I assumed you know we all make Assad assume I assume that She might not like black guys and I was like, well, this sucks best-case but she definitely like the song

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"guston" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

08:23 min | 9 months ago

"guston" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To Christina Guston with this 2020 election just less than two months away. Wall Street investors are weighing the pros and cons of Trump versus Biden presidency, and many of them are looking to put themselves in a defensive position. In the event of one president or the other president. I talked about this on Ko aside this week talking about Sanko go this week. Polls show depending on what poll? Honest to goodness. Vice President Joe Biden holds a lead of 7.3% on the real clear politics Poll. Donald Trump hold a lead of 7.3% on the Pew Research poll. They're literally saying the opposite things and and the betting market's suggest even a narrower spread. So whatever the outcome, one thing is certain. It's going to be a tight race. The stock market's reaction To the presidential election is going to depend on which party ends up in my opinion, with control of the Senate and the House of Representatives, So I did some research. I pulled up a chart. I actually made a chart which you guys know I love to do. And here's what happens to markets under various election metrics, including delayed results. Um, this, according to the experts, according to research, and I pulled all this stuff up literally. Just this week. If Donald Trump wins Republicans, who called this is what I call the status quo. Scenario. Donald Trump wins Republicans hold the Senate Democrats remain in control of the House. Markets will likely rally. I'm going to say 3 to 6% on The no new news. Nothing's new there. Okay, Andi, I can tell you I talked to a couple of guys and Hightower Advisors who? If you agree with me now number the market initially jumped after Donald Trump. First one, the 2016 election he pushed through corporate tax cuts. Hey, relax business regulation, Eso investors are going to assume There's a more pro business stance coming, and that's that's what's gonna cause the rally scenario. Number two is what I'm calling a blue wave. Now. That's if Joe Biden wins. Democrats take control of the Senate and retain the House. Then the markets probably going to see a selloff between two and 5%, chiefly because of the capital gains changes that are being advantage about with the Democratic Party. But you have to remember overall. Mark it yields do better under Democratic presidents and economies do better under Republican presidents. I always say this all the time. The stock market is not the economy, so this is a good way to sort of believe that the other thing, the last part of this thing, and this is the bad news. This is the worst news and that's A delayed or disputed. Election results. Is there anyone that can hear the sound of my voice? Between here in Santa Barbara and here in human that doesn't believe there's going to be a contested election this year. Regardless of who wins those factors. Let's talk about mail in ballots. Corona virus Just a political discourse. It's going on right now. Discord. I beg your pardon. It's going on right now. And that's what's gonna cause really an issue after the election. The last time presidential election results were delayed was 2020 bigger part in the year 2000 When votes were so tight in Florida. Remember the hanging Chad incident that a recount was initiated by Flora? Um, election wasn't fully decided if you'll recall until a Supreme Court decision on December 12th ish Five weeks after the election after the Americans voted, okay. Then the election came out. Guess what the S and P plunged 10% in that five weeks and the NASDAQ dropped 20% in that timeframe. Do you feel like this is gonna happen again? One way or the other. So our should we be putting ourselves in a defensive position. The smartest person I know in investment banking, personal finance. Money. Management is my friend Christina Guston with boobs. Financial Arcady Wealth management. Again, not a sponsor of this program. But just the smartest person I know in money handles my money handles a lot of my friends. Money. I could I refer her as many clients as I can. Kristina, You heard what I had to say. Are you putting us Clients. Forget the client's me. What about me? Are you putting in there? Are you putting me in a defensive position? Because an election coming? I'm scared. What an intro. Well, thank you for having first of all, and, yeah, I agree with you. I think the only thing we know for sure is that it will be a contested election, and it will certainly make the market's volatile. Um, Should you be in a defensive position? Listen, since since last year, when the stock market and we were seeing accounts of like 20% last year, the stock market did insanely well. And at some point like what's happening with the NASDAQ right now, when you get returned like that, you have to look around and say doesn't make sense. Should I take some profits off the table? Re balance, reallocate, Maybe even get a little defensive. If you see danger on the horizon, you know, obviously we didn't see coded coming. But for awhile now we've been defensively position. And if we weren't defensive before, Covad, certainly when we started to understand the magnitude of what was happening, we've got more defensive. So for some clients, that means having a little more cash than they normally would. For some clients. It means a little more fixed income than they normally would, um, Should you get even more defensive in terms of the election is the question on DH. The answer is really that well, you might see this short term volatilities. We were not expecting. You know a long term downturn because of the outright outcome of the election. And ultimately you and I talk about this. All the time. Investing is a long term exercise. We don't make big changes based on short term events. Okay, So here's a question. I have, for example, that I meant to call you this week by the way out here to ask you about this because Look, I've got a buddy of mine, his accountant here in in in San Diego, he had a client who is planning to stretch the sale of his founder Shares in his tech company for three years. And instead, he decided to sell its founder shares in one shot because he's worried about capital gains taxes going from 23.8% to 39.6%. People are starting to think that way. Does that thinking? Start going into institutional investors who really do shape our stock market goes up and down on a daily basis. I mean, if if if the peons like me are thinking about it, and then the people that are smarter than me or think about it, 11 notch up on the food chain. Is that Mia's institutional guys are also thinking about it, because that's what concerns me is when it comes down to the Citizenry, making those types of decisions based upon the potential increase in capital gains or whatever, don't pick a topic. It makes me think that those institutional traders who really do move, the markets are gonna be affected by that stuff, too. Well, I think absolutely. I think tax plan is a huge part of investing. And I think either way either administration that takes charge you know, after the election taxes, they're going to have to go up to support all the fiscal spending that we've seen. So that's that's very real. Okay, So where does where does cubes sit? Right now? A cz We're 60 days out. You know, you and I have been talking every week for several years away from big biz show to Kogo to chaos and everything. My question would be You have predicted ups has predicted volatility. Obviously, in every election year. This is going to be maurico Regis than ever only because the emotions surrounding this and we all know that part of the metrics. I always say the market runs on fear and great. I know it runs on more than that, but But are we over the next 60 days or so eyes there? Any recommendation to Teo? You know, go to safety or is their recommendation is to stay the course. Or is it usually or is it just the fact that we're going to, you know, Think of investing as usual as a long term play, and we you know if if the Dow was a goodbye in 2008.

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Augustines Teenage Coauthor

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 11 months ago

Augustines Teenage Coauthor

"In three eighty, nine Augustine Co wrote a book called it the teacher. The title comes from a Text Matthew Chapter Twenty three verse. Ten. which reads for you have one instructor or one teacher. Christ. Augusta and said, this book discusses and inquires and discovers that there is no teacher who teaches men knowledge accept God. As, written in the Gospel and he quotes Matthew Chapter Twenty, three ten of course that is very significant the title of the Book and where it came from it's also significant that this book was written in three eighty nine. It was just three years after Agustin's conversion you remember his story, he leaves Hippo there north. Africa goes up to Rome goes to Milan is literally running away from God like Jona or the Prodigal son. But God catches him. In fact, God has been directing him and directing every step of his path straight to him and in three eighty, six in. Milan. He was converted and three, eighty eight he leaves Rome, and heads back to Carthage, and then onto the gassed and hippo in North Africa, and there he will serve for the rest of his life as bishop. But this is in three, eighty nine. It is early in his Christian time. So the title is significant the date is significant but what is really significant is that Augusta had a CO author for this book and this was not just any CO author. It was a teenager sixteen year old came along to help Augusta and write this book. And was not does any sixteen year old? It was his son at data's the teacher is a dialogue, a dialogue between father and son the father. Augusta and the Sun Addio data's his son's name literally means a gift from God dot to means Gift Day Oh of course God and awe is the preposition that means from. He too was converted right at the same time Augustine was, and they were also baptized by Ambrose there in Milan and audio Dada was baptized as he was turning fifteen he went with his father back to Carthage, and then in three eighty nine, they wrote this book together in the confessions. This is what Augusta says of it. There is a book of mine called the teacher which consists of a dialogue between Avocados and myself, and now Augustine who in the confessions rights most directly to God, and so he says, you know addressing God let all the ideas expressed by the second speaker in the discussion his. Although he was only sixteen when it took place and I learned for myself that he had many other talents, even more remarkable than this, his intelligence left me spellbound and who but you who but you? Could work such wonders is so here's a guston singing. The praises of his son at your data, and as they wrote this book together well in the Book Augusta. Talks about how we use words to communicate words are symbols, their signs, they signify things. Patio donnas comes to realize that words put us on the alert they make us ready to learn. But ultimately, the words we used to learn ultimately all that is sourced in God in Christ is our teacher well, then conclusion Augustine says this to no end to love him and his to know and to love God is the blessed life which all proclaimed that they are seeking but few have the joy of really finding that is to say all want the good life but only few find it. And that was Agustin's hope for his son Avocados. Well, sad to say that a year after this book, his son at Yoda's died in Augusta who was very sorrowful from this could at least take comfort in the fact that his son died in Christ and so a Guston was confident. His son Bodice was with God.

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3 Types of Theology

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 1 year ago

3 Types of Theology

"In church. History there are basically only three types of theology. Well that's what Dr Scroll said. And he went on to identify these three types of theology ass Augustinian Azeem Palladian ISM and semi plagiarism. So what are we talking about here? Well to understand what is at stake here. In this statement of identifying these only types of theology we have to go back to the fore tends and the issue is of course. Agustin's teaching of Adam and Adam's sin in its connection to us and the challenge of that teaching by a monk named Pelagia sees from the British isles but he was rather peripatetic. He made his way to Rome. And then as the visigoths were making their way to Rome he went to Africa and then from everyone even to the Middle East. But we're in the four tens and the issue is that palladium denied the transmission of Adam's sin. He believed that Adam wasn't example for us. But that was the extent of the connection. So we are not born centers in fact we are born with the ability to sin and we were born with the ability to choose God and to assert our will to do good and to be good of course the GUSTON ATTACK. This and he spent much energy in the four. Twenties refuting Jesus and some of his key disciples in four thirty one at the Council of Ephesus Pelagia. Sin His teaching and some of those prominent disciples were condemned. But that is not at all the end of the matter. So what happened next? Well the issue was the degree to which Agustin's refutations of pelagia accepted in other words. Here comes in that third type between a Guston and play. Jesus we have the semi Palladian view and this would go not only through the five hundred but would go right on down even to the present day the allergy. Well when we're talking about the semi Palladian view the issue is what is the full effect of Adamson on humanity. Does Adam leave us sinful but yet the will is still free to choose in the will can. In fact choose it can choose to send or not to sin and it can choose God not God that in a nutshell is semi plagiarism. Now some folks will say well. That's semi Augustinian. Ism Right so the question of is the glass half wars the glass half empty or you might say have. I lost a sock or have I gained despair. But it's that halfway house of not accepting what PELAGIA was up to but not wanting to go fully with what Augusta was saying so. We are right back. Aren't we to the issue of original sin? Well look at this issue. This doctrine of original sin. It has two dimensions. I it has the fall. That is Adam's fall in the garden that historical event or Adam violated God's command plunged himself and all of his posterity into sin and so rigid sin teaches that all of the sons and all of the daughters of Adam and eve that has all of humanity are born with an innate moral corrupt sin nature. They don't become centers when they said they are sinners and because they are centers they in because we are centers. We send an Augusta further concluded that we are dead in thin and so God must work in us. I in order to save us from our sin but again that strikes. Some in many actually as problematic as denying moral accountability is denying responsibility. And so the introduce this idea that the will is free and we have more liberty and we can choose to send or not to send and that is ricocheted through the centuries of the church came up again and the reformation and in the post reformation era so there you have it. The three types of Theology Augustinian ISM salvation is a work of God alone. Plagiarism Salvation is all about human effort. It's the assertion of the human. Will we have the wherewithal to be good and to do good? It SMACK DAB. In the middle is that semi plagiarism. Salvation is cooperative. Work God in Maine working together. Well those are the three types of theology.

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Tracing the genetics of schizophrenia

Science Magazine Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Tracing the genetics of schizophrenia

"This is Joel Goldberg. Now we'll speak with Dr Goodman BECO- Co Director of the South Africa. HIV Addiction Technology Transfer Center and head of the Division of Addiction. Psychiatry at University of Cape Town Doctors Tobacco contributed to a study. That investigated the link between genetics and schizophrenia. In a native South African culture. The study is unique in that involved only participants from a community native to the African continent and was conducted by researchers from that same community of people. Hi Dr Sav Beco- I before we get to anything else. Could you clear up the exact pronunciation of this cultures and aim So that would be Kinda Belong inside At all right I'll give it a little shot as for the purposes of this interview. Is it okay. If I say Kosa a gun SORTA I also understand that you have a personal connection to this this culture. Could you explain that as well is I'm one of those people in South Africa. Who has quite the admixture of at background? So my father was plus his father had mixed Costa ensue to intimidate. So my mom is my father and his family's towards that so I don't know what that makes me just plus I don't do any drexel's how about the study. What was your role in the study? So initially I was in vote sort of along with the initial program manager and the recruited equipment necessary treatment team itself in the translation of a skid from English to Pasta as well as subsequently the translation of additional tools from Involving having been tire process of forward and back translation we worked with the researchers themselves the team at University of Cape Town as well as some colleagues WCHS from the Eastern Cape so it sounds like a significant part of your involvement had to do with your personal involvement and knowledge at the Costa subsequent to that Meryl was really around providing ongoing back nasty supervision of the team in providing cynical guidance as we reviewed the cultural implications of Holly Asta questions of what the responses with mean how into act with the content of the questions and the responses that they got back your expertise lies in psychiatry. We hear about schizophrenia. All the time it's disgusting Guston News stories written about him books and depicted in popular culture in a variety of ways. Could you describe some details about schizophrenia. That might help dispel some of its nets. What we find is one of the most amendments is that it's a percentage of sort of it relates to sort of split personality in people's perception exception of people with schizophrenia? You know relates to that end in people a fearful of schizophrenia. Because they don't understand they tend to attach labels to which as stigmatize patients in the community. Part of the process of engaging with community members patients at facilities is that we approached as controls clients. That wasn't opportunity

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"guston" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"guston" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"Dip your toe in the hot water before you just jump in the bathtub. There's ways as to do this. You're just at a different face. I'm offering you that because that's what i thought about gus i felt as though he didn't know any other way he doesn't know anything so fighting for world championships when ships being uncovers of magazines and headlining sold out events when i watched him fight. I did not see any slowing down. I guess it's one of those guys would be real easy to see because he has so much footwork. He pumps so many jabs followed by crosses he slips into. I mean he does the same washing. Repeat does the same thing. I'm watching him do it as as fresh as light on his feet as good conditioning hitting his i'm watching him do it as well as he's ever done it but he comes out with a different assessment of saying like you do this anymore. Thus we're going to defer to you you win this argument foreshore but tell me this you feel you can't do it or is this. Is this a situation where you don't want to do it. Because if it's a mental thing we could definitely work through that one of the ways to work through it. What gusts suggested stop doing it. That's one way but there's other ways he's and the pressure put on him and all the things that goes into an alexander guston fight and all these arenas that he keeps headline and selling out and do a great business. There's other ways to do it. There's other grades. There's other placements and it doesn't mean that you take a step down to never reclaim your throne. It's it's just something you do in between why you get caught up your little behind on the reading okay well. Let's let's push through this next test and maybe not get that eight grade. Let's stay in the class. See how things come out of that so. I guess that's what i really liked about. The call out. I interpret that call out has gusts back. I think that's great. I never agreed with his retirement and there's only to retire ever that. I don't agree with who am i to say who by possibly to say but it's not what i see carlos condit when he first stepped aside hi carlos you're wrong. I'm right you are great and you have a lot more you can do if you want to do and the same as with gus gus you're wrong. I'm right you do.

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"guston" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"guston" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I know what you're doing. Yeah. Yeah. Like, what were you doing on this one? That was flipper. I remember slipper. How about this? That's his dog sound effect. That's him. That up. Good. Is this all you, man? How you doing here? Just say, hey. Let's. That makes me uncomfortable. Oh, you went that breaking news. I want to know exactly what type of. Yeah. Go ahead. Well, I had find a story again. But it looks like former USC linebacker porter gusting or Guston Guston Guston. He has filled his drug test at the NFL scouts. To a report really which drug performance enhancing. Face really. Z. I I was thinking the same thing he gets caught smoking weeds. I who gives a damn look at me again. It's something. Yes. Really? Well, his agent said that dean Guston was granted temporary therapeutic use for Atarot me to they can't bet night at a raw. Yeah. Yeah. I do too. I shed doesn't make you get cut. What does that do? I think the is what keeps you up. Like an phetamine. Do you? Have you supposed to be aware short aware? Oh, gosh. You could see like the shredded fibers of the muscle on his chest all sorts of trouble staying on the field that got hurt all the time. Six foot five weekend. Go through we can talk about this off the air. I mean, I don't wanna you know, usually, Jason Kidd had an interview with the Lakers and not a huge prize. There. We know that Jason Kidd was going to be on that short list guys to replace Luke Walton with tie Lou and money Williams and John Howard. But it is prized though, is it. Yeah..

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Notre Dame, Notre Dame Cathedral And Paris discussed on 790 KABC Programming

790 KABC Programming

09:38 min | 2 years ago

Notre Dame, Notre Dame Cathedral And Paris discussed on 790 KABC Programming

"Begin with the big news out of France. The burning of the Notre Dame cathedral. Their lead. The outer structure was indeed saved according to French fire services Sky News says flames broke out at the twelfth century building on Monday evening, quickly devastating this fire and roof and sending plumes of smoke into the sky. One fire was serious firefighter was seriously injured local media say police were treating the blaze as an accident. French president Emmanuel Macron's and he was so sad tonight to see this part of us all burn declared, a national emergency speaking from the scene in Paris express, sympathy with Catholics around the world following the terrible tragedy. But added that the worst had been avoided, and then he vowed to launch an international fundraising campaign, for instance, minister originally warned that the four hundred firefighters scrambled to the scene would not be enough to save the cathedral. But a junior minister from the department later said they were more optimistic that the cathedral itself could be spared. A French firefighter official confirmed that Notre Dame structure and two towers had indeed been saved from total destruction Prime Minister Theresa may said her thoughts with the people of France tonight. And with the emergency services are fighting the terrible blades, the video of it was just. Astonishing and shocking the area where the spire once was was still burning with sparks falling from the cathedral vaulted ceiling as of Monday night, people outside were singing hymns and gasping as they watch much of the much of the cathedral burned to the ground. The Paris mayor and had although urged the public to respect the security perimeter around the cathedral while firefighters tackled. The terrible blaze added that the areas close to the scene were evacuated. Rich Lowry over at national review has a good review about what exactly Notre dominant means. Does Notre Dame stands for so many qualities that we now lack patients and staying power the cultivation of beauty a deep religious faith, the cultural confidence and ambition to build a timeless monument of our civilization that the collapse of inspire is almost too much to bear the great novelist. Victor Hugo who did so much provide interest in the cathedral when it was in disrepair in the nineteen th century wrote. How quote every surface every stone of this. Venerable pile is a page of the history, not only of the country, but of science and art work of generations completed across three centuries in triumph over considerable arc. Conceptual and logistical challenges at arose at the original site of a pagan temple thousands of tons of stone has to be transported from outside Paris, one ox-cart or barge at a time. So cheated soaring height and hold up at ceiling and walls relied on the architectural innovations of the rib vaults and the flying buttress France, built eighty cathedrals in five hundred large churches across this period says rich lower there's only one at Notre Dame of Paris gothic jewel who's towers prior. To the advent of the Eiffel tower the tallest structure in the city. It is or one hates to think was torn by what are culturally significant artifacts in their own, right. The statutory meant to illustrate the story of the bible and to all worshippers couldn't read the stained glass windows, that took ingenuity to embed in stone, walls and are themselves are tick Marvel's the Oregon with more than eight thousand pipes the bells with their names, including the largest masterpiece. Emmanuel dating back to the fifteenth century and recast in sixteen eighty one not to mention the religious relics. That means so much to the Catholic faithful it has been the of countless processions in services to petition and thank God on behalf of the French nation. It is where less is. Marriages and funerals occurred or Napoleon crowned himself emperor or Charles de Gaulle attended a mass to celebrate the liberation of Paris in nineteen forty four riflefire echoing outside it's revived the rampages of iconoclastic huge knots in the sixteenth century the depredation of radicals during the French revolution into the eighteenth century. They transformed it into a friend to the cult of reason used it. As a warehouse in wanted to melt down the bells and incidental damage during two world wars in the twentieth century all the while at accumulated layers in history. And meaning it's great advocate Hugo author of the famous Hunchback of Notre Dame wrote of how the greatest productions of architecture are not so much work of individuals as a community. I rather the offspring of a nation's labor than the outcome of individual genius that a positive a whole people the heaped up treasurer of centuries, the residual left by successive evaporation of human society in a word a species of formations each wave of time leaves it's coating of Luhya alluvial each race deposits layers on the monuments, each individual contribute to stone to it. And that of course is exactly right is amazing at tweeted something out that I thought frankly was. Was really uncontroversial. I tweeted out that Notre Dom was a was a totem to western civilization and of western civilization, and people that very upset with this particularly a lot of folks on the left were very upset with this. I tweeted out if we wish to uphold the beauty and profundity of the Notre Dame cathedral means reefa millions ourselves with the philosophy and religious principles that built it means reefa. Millions ref- Amelia rising ourselves with the precepts of Catholicism with western history with what Catholicism was without contributed to the west. And all this stuff seems deeply important to me this became very controversial lot of folks on the left were very upset with me for suggesting this. They said why can't we just appreciate it just as a piece of art? You can appreciate it. However you want, but if you want to know why so many people in the west were deeply affected by the burning of Notre Dom. It wasn't just because it was icon. Ick is because Notre Dame holds deeper meaning because it is a totem of a chain of history that culminates in the modern west. They can see the sort of sort of anodyne version of mourning for the cathedral from Ilhan, mar she tweeted out art and architecture have unique ability to help us connect across our differences and bring people together and important ways. Thinking of the people of Paris in praying for every first responder trying to save this wonder. Again, it's fine to look at Notre Dame is just art and architecture, but it has deeper resonance than that. And that was the point that I was making is that the residents of Notre nam is about the faith that inspired. Notre and listen, this is coming from a Jew this coming for an orthodox Jew house. So important to remember then note for Dom is again a historical monument to the chain of history of which we are apart and Ronin entire book about this. My book the right side of history talks about this chain of history Judeo Christian history of the west and how Judaism and Christianity combined with Greek reason in play in intention created the world in which we live. I want to read a section from the talking about the period during which Notre Dame was built Notre Dame. Of course was built during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Took a couple of centuries to complete which in and of itself. Is an amazing testament to the human mind ends of the power of the eternal to inspire the human mind. Because after all why plant the tree if you're not going to get to sit in its shade. Why build a building if you know that you're not gonna get completed because our task is not to complete the building. Our task is to join in the building of that structure in the first place. Here's what I talk about in my book with regard to this period in western history. From the fall of Rome through the twelfth century. Christianity would spread from its base in the Italian peninsula in the British Isles, France, Germany, and eventually the Nordic countries as well. Well, understand had posited. A great divide between the city of God. In the city of van. The Catholic church was quite active in the city of man, the church receive tithes from Christians the Continente over had its own ecclesiastical courts by the tenth century, the church was the single largest landowner in western Europe kings found their legitimacy through the conduit of the church and battles with the church to expand their own power. Holy Roman Emperor. Henry the fourth walk barefoot in the snow earn back the approval of pope, Gregory the seventh and within seconds of England eleven thirty three to eleven eighty nine had himself flogged in order to win back. The. Approval of his Christian population. After accidents ordering the death of archbishop Thomas Becket popular history maintains that this period represents the dark ages, but that's simply inaccurate progress. Continued as Christianity spread the monastic system centralized learning in monasteries where priests nuns devoted themselves with Sediq pursuit of divine understanding in educational terms this devotion revolved around scripture. The Benedictine monks. For example, lived under the rules created by Saint Benedictine for eighty two five forty seven a set of orders regarding the hierarchy of monasteries the behavior by which to abide and the requirements of work the arts thrived in the monastic system manuscripts were preserved by monks devoted to writing new copies and beautifying them in the monastic system. The liberal arts taught by the Greeks and the Romans as championed by Cicero and Seneca among others survived albeit in Spiritualized form gusted himself, despite his distaste for paganism suggested that the liberal arts education could be hijacked for service to God. I'll Guston likened such cultural appropriation to the Jews taking gold during the biblical exodus. These liberal arts were categorized by the philosopher both into the famous Quadra, verion music, arithmetic, geometry, and astronomy and trivia, grammar rhetoric and logic. Meanwhile, the middle ages saw technological revolution. In agriculture, the rise of commerce institution of new forms of art ranging from polyphonic music to gothic architecture. Notre Dame would be a perfect example of gothic architecture. It also saw new developments in the art of war with technology developments that would allow the west to defeat its enemies in the course of coming centuries while many history historians tout the power of Islamic civilization during this time period and Islam civilization did thrive on the Arabian peninsula, particularly when his Llamas civilization came up against western civilization. At the battle of tours Islamic forces were soundly defeated by the eighth century. Christian leaders were crusading against enslavement, except notably for the enslavement of Muslim war. Captives monasteries were engaging in proto capitalism as well. Furthermore, the Catholic church was responsible for learning and teaching virtually all literacy sprang from honest, Aries still the modern world could not have been created. Under these circumstances. But I write my book faith provided individual moral purpose faith provided collective moral purpose, but while individual capacity was bolstered by the doctrinal belief in free will and the value of work reason had been made secondary to faith. Well, collective capacity was bolstered by the presence of a strong social fabric. The all encompassing. Power of the Catholic church and the rule of monarchs that that individual choice. It was heavily circumscribed even education had been radically reoriented toward the church ultra knowledge lay in the bible. The liberal arts were only useful so far as they bolstered the biblical story for science and democracy. Take hold in the west reason would have to be elevated once more

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"guston" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"guston" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Hundred up associates six years since avert has been around. But you'll need to listen to one the latest one to get caught up on everything. In tech news virtuous is on apple podcasts. Spotify everywhere else. You listen to podcasts. Check it out. We are joined by the renaissance man himself. Crepe style. It's Vache you for taking time coming up from your workshop where you are building yourself a canoe right now. To to talk to us about draft prospects. I'm not wrong Swanson. I'm not building a canoe right now. I hear not not run Swanson. I'm definitely not mainly enough to be Ron Swanson. Like I that is the pit Amee. So no, no, I'm not Craig doesn't wanna be my uncle is confirmed. It's true. Well, I just didn't want to share the same last name with you. That's all it is. I get it. I mean, but I you are you're good at everything. And now you have the appropriate nickname in. I am dead set on making it stick. I. And the fact that I hate it is why it's gonna stick. Yeah. That that's how this works. If you've been like, yes. Let's leave. I. Yeah. This conversation for that. Okay. Craig? We are well on our way to finishing this mock draft up in I was going to give you the last three players to kind of talk about here. So you know, we're at two oh one. And it was only fitting that you had a chance to talk about Jilani to real quick. I we I know we just took Puerta Guston at one eighty one and our taking July to buy at two one. It was just the value just too good. And they still make sense on this roster. Correct. Oh, absolutely. To buy is a Sam he is tailor made to be a Sam. But he's not the pass rusher that Puerto Guston is Puerto Guston is going to offer binned off the edge. He's going to offer an ability to get to the quarterback significant. Gently more than two to via offers you is the ability.

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"guston" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

Podcast Brunch Club

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"guston" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

"Everybody can't limit everything. So. You how you know there definitely needs to be regulation and oversight. But you also have to respect the limits. Yeah. And it sort of scares me a little bit in terms of like not just the damage that you can do to the individual. But the damage that you could potentially due to the entire human race, especially when you're messing with genetics and jeans everybody's messing with embryos now in generations and generations and generations later how is that going to affect the human race? Yeah. I tell you what I hope that there's people who have a lot more expertise in a lot more high level knowledge, you are debating those those exact issues right now and making sure that we're safe. I mean, you just have to hope that. Yeah. That is being done although again coming bringing it back to citizen science, right? Like you from my citizen, disrupt podcast that I was listening to that was exactly one of the points. You know, there was made by Dave Guston. He was saying that, you know, we really need to involve citizens in some of these topics. You know, when you're talking about nanotechnology or crisper, you need to know what the average person wants what the goals of humanity are and. Really, scientists don't have any kind of a, you know, any kind of control like they're not the ones that get should be able to decide that that's something for everyone to weigh in on the research agenda and so- involving citizens in that, especially if it's a disease or category where certain people are the ones who are gonna be affected by it. You really need to have them participating do you. I agree. Well, I don't want to take too much more of your time. But before we wrap up I wanted to ask you a question that we ask all of our guests, as you know, most of our podcast bunch club meetings. We kind of always diverge and talk about what we're listening to lately what we're loving lately. So I have a question for you. Do you have a podcast recommendation for the community? So I'll be honest. I am at I, you know, I am a a leap frog. Kind of a listener. I will see something on social media where someone will say, this is a podcast can't miss or. Here's something great. So I don't regularly. Listen, I don't have like a podcast play less that when I'm. In my car. I hit and listen to everything, but there are a few in my industry that I have found really really interesting..

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"guston" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

Podcast Brunch Club

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"guston" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

"Everybody can't limit everything. So. You how you know there definitely needs to be regulation and oversight. But you also have to respect the limits. Yeah. And it sort of scares me a little bit in terms of like not just the damage that you can do to the individual. But the damage that you could potentially due to the entire human race, especially when you're messing with genetics and jeans everybody's messing with embryos now in generations and generations and generations later how is that going to affect the human race? Yeah. I tell you what I hope that there's people who have a lot more expertise in a lot more high level knowledge, you are debating those those exact issues right now and making sure that we're safe. I mean, you just have to hope that. Yeah. That is being done although again coming bringing it back to citizen science, right? Like you from my citizen, disrupt podcast that I was listening to that was exactly one of the points. You know, there was made by Dave Guston. He was saying that, you know, we really need to involve citizens in some of these topics. You know, when you're talking about nanotechnology or crisper, you need to know what the average person wants what the goals of humanity are and. Really, scientists don't have any kind of a, you know, any kind of control like they're not the ones that get should be able to decide that that's something for everyone to weigh in on the research agenda and so- involving citizens in that, especially if it's a disease or category where certain people are the ones who are gonna be affected by it. You really need to have them participating do you. I agree. Well, I don't want to take too much more of your time. But before we wrap up I wanted to ask you a question that we ask all of our guests, as you know, most of our podcast bunch club meetings. We kind of always diverge and talk about what we're listening to lately what we're loving lately. So I have a question for you. Do you have a podcast recommendation for the community? So I'll be honest. I am at I, you know, I am a a leap frog. Kind of a listener. I will see something on social media where someone will say, this is a podcast can't miss or. Here's something great. So I don't regularly. Listen, I don't have like a podcast play less that when I'm. In my car. I hit and listen to everything, but there are a few in my industry that I have found really really interesting..

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"guston" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"guston" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"Gather to share their stories of success and failure trial and error to an audience of all magazine enthusiasts Jeremy Leslie behind it. He was telling about it a few weeks ago. We'll hear from Jeremy in a moment. But I will hear from Monaco Guston match Lowry who attended the event earlier this week, and I gather that was your first time visiting modern MAG. It's a good old down. Isn't it? A data was great lovely bunch of people lots of people in the audience actually, working on making magazines there. And then. So we're going to actually hear from a number of the people that you had the good fortune to meet at not MAG, Jeremy, Leslie, of course, amongst them. And maybe we'll kick off by hearing from from Jeremy what did he have to say because he was trailing invent a few weeks ago and talking about how to keep things fresh how to change up the lineup the structure of the day and all the rest of it was in a good mood. Probably bit busy. Yeah. He was quite rushed. I think he just lost one of his guests buttonholed him. I don't have much of a frame of reference on mog MAG as a kind of six year long thing having been before. But this year was really outstanding. From my perspective have this team of transformation? Really like, I say put together this kind of community feeling lots of people there some of them working really hard to make magazines profitable, some of them just finding that feet in terms of even breaking even. But what came through was what labor of love really is. Also, what's interesting is the fact that he is into magazines three hundred sixty five days of the year like he lives in breathes magazines. So. So mud is this kind of one day every year when he gets to kind of appraise what's going on. What's happened over the course of the year distill it into a day? And that's what he kicked off by discussing having the deadline of putting together this event gives me up change to pull on all the things that happened through the year. So he's actually almost around throughout the year. We're taking the temperature judging what's happening. It comes to putting together a lineup fillet. You actually look through the post on the journal, and you check out who should be appearing and this is chance to sit back and take startling figure out. So what matters was interesting from the ear. And what have you realized I think what's interesting right now? The as the is reinvention, I think you're looking at keynote speaker stay will be Emmett Smith, Chris director from National Geographic. They put a huge investment into re-launching that print magazine and redesigning recreating building on that loan one hundred thirty a history that they have embedded in that brand and their project. But preparing for the future. And I think what we're seeing now is a return to an understanding that really matters all print we've been running cici's. Now, we've been beating the drama. I think now everyone's beginning to join in with us. We had an amazing presentation earlier from you on uncovers the really showed the kind of extremely powerful political visual impacts, the magazines have and that maybe the internet kind of can't really replicate just by virtue of the kind of barrel of information, that's everywhere on it. I think that's a fair point again, I would tend to own head and just the point rather than print digital being with each other. I think I mean, one of the great things that's happening. Now, the excitement around front covers is their appearance on Instagram and social media. They're really powerful tools. Nonetheless, less than Adele Rodriguez covers time into speak concerning Trump illustrates a really.

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The appendix is implicated in Parkinson's disease

The Big Biz Radio Show

17:37 min | 2 years ago

The appendix is implicated in Parkinson's disease

"News. Now, there may be a connection between your appendix and your chance of developing Parkinson's. USA radio's Chris Barnes with details. Study finds that proteins believed to cause Parkinson's are present in everyone's appendix. But individuals who get their appendix removed early in life are then nineteen to twenty five percent less likely to develop Parkinson's later. The researchers now say they want to find a way to keep the protein from leaving the appendix and causing the illness. The study finds removing the appendix after the onset of Parkinson's. Doesn't cure it or slow it down. The study was done by the van Andel institute in Grand Rapids. Michigan and the Lund university in Sweden, our retired US army four star general out with a new book and some new ideas on how to bring civility back to politics USA radio's Timberg with the story Stanley mcchrystal's a former US army general he served for over thirty four years in the military. He has a new book out, titled leaders myth and reality. It's funny almost can't give advice to politicians because they're responding to the environment. They learned that if they are civil in the other person's negative the other person wins and the further to the edges that they moved better for them. We've gotta look in the mirror as Americans and say, we're all complaining about it. The only way we. Fix. It is to change things with voting with demanding people more in the center, they may not be as exciting. But the reality is if we're going to make the government work, we've got gotta move it towards the center from both sides for USA radio news. I'm Robin will landscape. This is an urgent health notice for all residents. Suffering from back, neck knee pain. You may qualify for our pain relieving brace at little or no cost to you. But the deadline is fast approaching simply call the health alert hotline. Now you heard right. 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I have just a fifty fifty zone. We we looked at. We're looking at a six months. Television. So, but if you look at what are you looking at forty quarters, he'll look at like ten years years, absolutely. Jerry, pull up that one chart that shows when we went from two thousand nine hundred thousand sixteen is exactly what you're talking about. If you take a fifty thousand foot. It's it's not as panicking, smooth Salat. The other part of this thing too. Is that when you see a thousand point drop over two days? Look at that. There's two thousand nine hundred two thousand sixteen you take it back. That's looks pretty good. Start doesn't. To hone in on Twitter. Terrifying. I was to go. So the long story short is Christina zorich. I'm gonna give you a cell phone number. So. We're not gonna do that. Feel scared. So how'd you guys handle in? Your phone's ringing off the hook and days like the last couple of weeks, something they don't because you're drained. Your clients. And the a lot of them have been investing for so long that people understand the elderly with you. I. People understand this is what the market does long-term investors. We say, we're investors not traders for the long term. So well, by the way, stock market corrections. Don't always mean a bear. Mark all bad news. That's a big piece of sometimes it's healthy. You take some money on the table. Sometimes strategically for me, personally, if I don't do a lot of day trading. My individual stocks. Senator I'm gonna take that money off the table. Over the course of several months, if it goes up ten percent of a not a long-term holder or something like that. I usually take everything back to the kospi philosophy because I'm a little more risk than my time. Looking at a computer, that's probably not the philosophy of long-term by and and it's not so explain to us because we haven't talked about the titans. We'll flash now. Talking about the long-term holder versus the trader because there's there's two philosophies long-term holders win every time. Although the traders way more excited about yes. The trader may have a little more fun in the short term is also a lot more agony. I think you know, when the markets are going down, you know, the the long-term investors gonna look at, you know, deep fundamentals of a company, we're going to pick a broader asset allocation fixed income versus equity that we think is appropriate. You know for your stage in life your retirement goals. All those exist is a multi year process. It's not a matter of months or days or weeks. We're looking at really long term. This is the return of volatility. We haven't seen volatility like this for a while exciting since earlier this year it hasn't been that long. October ten months ten months of sleeping giants. Yes. Yes. Philosophy where if you buy today, you keep it if you wouldn't buy today, you pull it out of your portfolio. You do that every technical. Revisit every year, depending on your quarterly. I mean, I'm looking at things more often. Sometimes we do. So we have some tactical equity portfolios where we'll have a specific dividend stocks or whatever, and we'll have a specific allocation for each sector and reach stock, and as they move we we rebalanced so we go back to like, you're saying whatever the initial allocation was. The other thing too is you know, sometimes selling selling because the market runs on these emotions yesterday. Yeah. People get scared and they're going to jump out, and they don't take that fifty thousand foot view. How do you guys do that? By the way is a money manager. Two and the walls are Romans Romans burning and you're sitting. She was a robot. Do they teach your psychological training on how not to jump off the cliff everybody, hold her do study behavioral investing? I mean, we have this incredible incredible research team at UBS. So there we have this constant stream of research, and we're always educating ourselves also about how to manage your emotions as an investor too, much info and not enough gut. You know, I don't think it's ever much info. I think there's so much out there. I think it's all she uses paralysis by analysis, and you're not you're missing. Sure. What are you guys? I don't I don't wanna say what are you guys looking at? But anybody here to talk about specific sector you wanted to him. Yes. So oncology, our research team put together what they call longer term investments team. So they're saying beyond market cycles. Maybe multiple market cycles. Are these mega trends like population growth, aging and longevity the world getting cancer? And the fact that the longer you live in more likely, you are to get cancer muzzle invested your sickness us. Cancer therapy right now is a hundred billion dollar business. Okay. And they're saying that the incidence of cancer is going to outstrip the population growth by factor of three to one. So there's opportunity there and a lot of people that say they want to align their portfolios the misery index. This is like you don't like by shorting stocks betting against anything. Right. Bad for the company. But honestly, you're talking about something that you can actually capitalize you can capitalize. And you can also encourage this. You know, the increase in the excessive ability of these treatments the affordability of these treatments. The cancer trends are going faster and higher in the emerging markets where people don't have access to healthcare like we do. So so my question about those type of companies always look at a million companies that are in clinical trials. Let's say. Clinical trials is getting close. But you're still a couple of years out. Is that is that isn't that still a risk? The fact that they may never hit. So it's definitely risk in this. Pressure medicine. Here's a new protocol Viagra. Hey, I'm not kidding. Sometimes that happens. But that doesn't happen all the time. Clinical trials, and they never ever make. This won't surprise you. When we're putting together a c Matic portfolio like this. We're going to recommend stocks across the spectrum of what stage of clinical trials do they have the FDA approval yet? Are they going to market how how commercialized they become? And as a sector is this is this something new for you guys are always been involved in the biotech, we have. But, but I think just in a broader way, this is more kind of sustainable responsible investing focused on on the team specifically among college. You know, we I met you Christina Guston, by the way from UPS, and she's she's a regular on the program when you first came to us, we did this would be a perfect millennial investment millennials are one of the leaders and asking us for these socially responsible, investing themes. This is something that they call it socially responsible. What they're really saying. Hey, my parents are dying. The big little sales. A little bit more money when they want. I just wanted to go to a doctor right now, they want strategies that are aligned with their values. They wanna have meaning in their investments. So a way to do that is by improving healthcare, Arthur, relentless investing more. They're saving. I'm getting more investors now. Yeah. The top. But they're willing to take. Yeah. Christina. Thank you so much Christine Augusta and UBS bringing that up today. Arcadi wealth management for the company that is under the UBS umbrella through San Diego. So if you're in southern California. 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"guston" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"guston" Discussed on The Valleycast

"Actually, no. You did more for us for sure. Thank Thank you. you drove us very far a wrong, get out of my house very nicely, but it was, I just love that kind of stuff. And I feel like and I feel like it needs to happen more in so far in this week. I've been like going out of my way to do it, and I'm like, shan't. This is really nice, like hasn't turned on me yet being like, oh, all right. That was pretty nice when that happened. So it's nice. That's awesome. It was a really nice sweet thing. I'm gonna eat the heck out of a sandwich when I'm done with this. Oh my God. Yeah, you yearn it's that time. Yeah, just mayo sandwich. May own skills on the sandwich. He did not. Our. To say everything you needed to say. I've achieved completion. Yes. Topic, but I'll save it for next time because it's evergreen and it's it's about this tune in next time because it's a topic that I'm really pissed off about. Oh. Oh. Day, I would've not said my whole story about now, but you're going to want to be there guys. I'll be in Canada to we will be to you. Salting Nido, please. Guys, we're all going to be. Guston Toronto actually plugged at all. Forgot. Finished my video. Just a minute today. Won't be your man come and you'll be there. You think maybe grab some drinks or some. What were those you want to hang out with us? He wants. Very inconvenient with. Lincoln vomit swing a puke or to where up where can people find you can just look up Gus Johnson. And then once you get past the fifty two year old African American sports caster second guy, the other, Gus, Gus, I loved for a portion of time where when you Google Gus Johnson, his biography would show up, but then the like Gus Johnson is a fifty two year old European show. But it was my picture of me with my pants down like this trying to get the paper in a store. All right. You're wonderful. Hilarious, Joe. I'm sorry that you didn't get to know. No, it's good. We're doing this thing. We're gonna. We're teasing. But yeah, we are going to buffer fast next week, but we're also still doing the podcast next week, so and states guys, and we love you and thank you and goodbye. You ever find a Brown Pendleton sweater in the size of Gus, do do, do you want to them straight? Shoot me an Email. Fifty dollars do not give it to the African American gusts. He doesn't want them because he's African American. Hasn't expressed interest in. That's what. So to assume to place called no vacancy, which was one of the coolest places in Los Angeles after the puppet strip club. And I speaking about like how the woman was like, I know, but listen, I have to edit this is so fun. Shut up. Don't know. Maybe, you know, part of the hangover is Nori. Yeah, me and my most like. The woman who was like, I feel weird about this when you offered her fifty dollars. I similar experience, but it was after a bartender gave me an extra drink and I like slid it over to a girl. And I was like, did you do like extra? They made like, you know, like a cocktail, whatever that in order and she's like, no, we're not gonna take your drink, and I was like, oh, I'm a predator. Anyway, thanks for joining us. Everybody. I'm a predator..

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"guston" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"guston" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"So I, you know, even when it comes to this old Protestant hymns, the ones on the organ and everything. I really like those very straight ones with like all, we will worship God and we're worshiping God, let's keep worship God, you know, whatever. Those are great because they take out the saccharin personality and they direct you toward God. If if you can do that with an instrument, very good. Certain instruments are more likely to do that, but otherwise use the. Human voice. I think it was a Guston who said to sing well, is to pray twice. To sing. Well, that's an important qualifier there, but to sing well as to pray twice. And that's, I think we should be singing the whole time when we get up to heaven. We're going to be singing, and we should do that in the liturgy because the mass should be having on earth from Jonathan to have more time I can do like one more. Hello? Hello? I've been single for several years and have thought of getting back into the dating game again, but I have little to no confidence. Is there some way out of the struggle? Yes. I'm gonna give you the advice that Don Corleone gave to Johnny Fontaine when he was trying to get out of his contract to get a better contract. Imagine that these are your shoulders yoga and act like a man. No matter where you got act like a man, that's that's the answer. You gotta act like a man, and that should tell you every single thing about it. You are a man, you are a man. Gender is not socially constructed. Biological. Sex is not socially constructed act like a man act like what you were built to be. You have no confidence. Just do it forget about when you when people say, I have no confidence, it's because they're thinking about themselves. They go on thinking of me. Should I be doing this? Show my doing this? Where do I look good in my word? This stop it, stop. Thinking about yourself, don't do that. Just act like a man acting like a man doesn't mean dragging your knuckles and like knock in the lady on the head with a mallet or something acting like a man's being a gentleman chewed during the other thing. But what it really means is focusing on the girl if you're on the date, focus on the girl. If you're trying to meet a girl, don't be desperate..

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'The Flash' star Grant Gustin hits back at body shamers saying he looks too thin in leaked photos

Jason and Alexis

06:57 min | 3 years ago

'The Flash' star Grant Gustin hits back at body shamers saying he looks too thin in leaked photos

"But. I saw this yesterday right before I left for the cat video festival and. I, I'm a big fan of grant Guston who is the flash on WBZ's the flash, oh yeah and before that he was in glee, that's really when I started liking him well I guess even if you're not a fan of comic book shows, or superhero. Shows or you don't even know who grant Guston is I think you'll find the story fascinating because I. Guess I was unaware. Of this until, I read his long. Instagram, post. I guess there is a photo leaked Of new costume that he will be wearing as the. Flash, in the new season season five of this show and I think this is another, example kind of like the toxic fan base of, Star Wars going after rose the actress that played Alexa I can't remember her name Tommy head and I feel, I feel. Very bad because Kelly Kelli Kelli TRAN Horrible things into, her horrible death threats into the director of last Jedi Ryan Johnson anyway toxic fan base this is another example of toxic fan base and it's it's gone too. Far it's just ridiculous so this photo leaked of grant in this costume a prototype I should say of this, new costume and fans freaked. Out non only they will they didn't, like the costume but then they were also body shaming grant Guston Horribly. Body shaming him and. The opposite of what you usually here I mean some you know when I I. Would imagine that when you hear body shaming you think. Of fat shaming you think oh we'll body shaming. All they're talking about a. Person being overweight well it happens. On the other side too and let me read you this statement this. Post from grant he. Writes so here's the thing about this BS, photo leak it's a cool suit that's a terrible photo that I was unaware was being taken. Much less being posted some things need work and they will be worked on we'll get there as. Far as the, body shaming that's what pisses me off not even just for my sake I've had twenty plus years, of kids and, adults telling near. My parents I was too thin I've had, my own journey of accepting it. But there's a. Double standard where it seems to be okay to talk about. A dude's body I do my best to stay in shape and add as much. Sizes I can throughout our, seasons I'm naturally thin and my appetite is greatly Affected by stress. Stress is, something, that ebbs, and flows, for me throughout flash season thus gaining weight is, a challenge for me I, didn't cast, a, slim actor as the. Flash I went to an audition for. A, role I never dreamed I'd actually book, but here I am fi seasons later on happy with my. Body and, who I am and other kids who are built. Like me and thinner. Than me should be able to feel the same way not only that but they. Should be able to feel like they could be a. Superhero on TV or film or whatever it may. Be some day I love. The suit that has been designed. For me and I think whenever one season in its entirety you will. Love it two things. Have been adjusted since at leak was shot, and more things will continue to be adjusted until it feels right and then he went to. Post a video and he looks totally kind of beaten and he just barely says anything other than. F- to the, person that leaked that photo Any kind of ended the. Video but he just if you look at. His face I don't know if it's still up. Let me click on his little head here. No it's just the it's just, the statement but he just looked worn down cool and if your brain that fast all, the time wouldn't you have a high metabolism and be thin I was thinking the same thing people not everyone is gonna look, like Thor yes the flash I mean he's a thing of the track stars in your college and your. High school I think of. My friend David Lang who was literally like our thinnest, by finished friend because he was a track star, you too great body. I I don't I look and I was really not schooled but I think midway through the run of our show I. Made I made a comment about not not that stereotypical eat a bagel but I, made a comment similar to that and I got a really thoughtful Email from a woman Actually. No, I think. He was, from a gentleman who really kinda schooled me in a really nice way about. How as a thin person, he's like you don't like body shaming in the other direction Jason and I I feel that. Way as an overly. Skinny, person and. I thought wow I never because because when, you look at it through your own perspective I would do anything, I'm meat from for me I win anything to be thinner but, I never thought of what it would feel, like to be overly thin and have people go oh Eat a cranberry eat a bagel or, something How awful that must be And to hear grant. I really liked this guy I've always been a fan of his and that kind of broke my heart, when I read that yesterday but also kind of a good for him We're here is because, there are a lot of people for sure Nissim, being EMMY Rossum she is the of shameless. Which by the way. If you're a fan should be watching. Showcase it's fantastic and season, eight is now available, on net flicks? She posted on, her Instagram and I was, like what is this, and she, says wanna know what I way, and then it's like all right I got gotta, click on this see what's going on and. In her Instagram stories here's a picture. Of herself at, the gym it's a selfie in the mirror there and she says the next thing in, the in the story, is a picture of her, with, these, words, on, top of it, three, best friends, since kindergarten Dr kindness empathy Jewish and proud daughter one happy marriage and she kind. Of goes on for all of, the things that she is accomplished. Being directing three episodes of television finished her screenplay an animal rescuer and she says this great message because you. Are much more, than a number? And kind of the same thing she just saying you know what all of these things add up Who, who I am? Not the size of my thighs Really good message yeah for the same reason that grant Same thing for all the kids out there and I feel this way being an openly gay guy in, media, for all the kids. Out there that feel like oh. Look at my body I could never be the flash I. Can't, even pretend to. Be the flash or for EMI I I love that I love it because you never. Know who you're affecting in a positive and negative way you never know who's hearing your. Who seeing your light and I. And I love it both? Examples, of

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"guston" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"guston" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"So thank you for tuning into the kito answers podcast on your host dr anthony guston and this joining me is natasha who's a journalist known best for her work in the book the big fat surprise and this is one of those episodes where if you are to genetic diet for any questions about it you have friends and family that are always asking you hey isn't fat bad for you and in this episode we unpack all the reasons why we have this public stigma against fat and can wear to go and all the science behind why fat is actually really really good for you and something that when people don't eat it they're missing out so this one i'm sure is going to be sharing to all your friends and family this question you're gonna learn a lot i did i did a lot from reading nina's book so tune in and i hope you enjoy before we get to the episode i wanted to chat about a sponsor perfect heat out herb akito is all about making kita junk diet healthy accessible with your reading all of our online guides are articles or enjoying perfect accessions key towns or any other kita friendly products everything you need to make you to work for us at perfect dot com what you thinking hey aren't you the founder perfect hito yep that's right all my insanely high standards have been put into making each and every product back owns a functional medicine clinician helps me craft cleanest healthiest possible products best information whether diet head over to perfect dot com to learn anything you need to know about the diet and if you've tried any of our price before few use the code kito podcast for twenty percent of your first order debbie and set it's gonna show.

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"guston" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"guston" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Did jared and katie in the morning on one zero seven five casey al in studio is local talent kayla guston she's from ville she could go to perform miley cyrus wrecking ball acapella style and you're got to be the judge abc d or f kayla whenever you're ready we could we changed our hearts in vain we jumped never asking why we kissed your known could be i don't you ever say just walked away i will always on you indeed in la running for my life i will always want you i came in like checking bio i never hit so hard in the allow wanted was to break you are you ever did was bray me me put you high up in the sky and now you're not coming down it's slowly to new let me burn and now we're rashes on the ground but don't you say i just walked away i will always want you i can live for my life i will always want you i came in like wrecking ball and never hit so hard in the all i wanted was to break you will kayla guston marksville eight hundred six eight to one zero seven.

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"guston" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"guston" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"You this hour for the show and i know a lot of you are big fans of marvel and whatever is released you scurry to the movie theaters to go and see it i've seen a bunch of the marvel movies and i think they're i think they're pretty good too i don't know because i used to read all the comics when i was a kid so it kind of reminds me of that happy times for me it brings back off that so the avengers rampage at the miracle season all part of what's new out in theaters across the country time for that cheap movie review and we start with the avengers roll it idea to bring together mark we could become something ah know what it's like feels so desperately that you're right fail guston's to arrive defenses spanish something one considers imbalanced.

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"guston" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"guston" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Square that circle note commented in stuck with what you'll live you are both much quicker your lives but uh you have the idea that everything that happens is christian greater bird and i think car to find some time quote who been mutilated good good well thank yasser certainly a great missed the existence of evil is is is is a great mystery um and the eu must make a distinction between god's active will in his passive will there are there are evil things that god allows to happen any he he allows the universe to follow the laws that he said in place and sometimes even even in cases of natural disasters those laws root cause terrible things too happened but there's a there's a great quote bill and mike and michael about uh from santa guston who said in by the way his birthday is coming up in november and will remember that when that time comes but he said that that never uttered anywhere frigate never physical capped the never never assume in the examination of the presence of evil that that evil only originates outside ourselves yeah and so basically uh if you apply that mike uh two situations in the world where somebody's holding up a sign uh in.

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"guston" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"guston" Discussed on Bookworm

"Of who has florida bellowed there is um the city of god singer guston following saint augustine um there's doer the artist following doer this john milton this is a story that rule be told as long as there is literature and guilt lemesh is a very ancient story but it was only recovered in the 19th century it went underground literally underground uh from the fall of the babylonian world until the colonial powers dug up and those konare form tablets and decipher them in the 19th century it has no history of the kind that you're just alluding to where tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people mused over the meaning of these enigmatic uh versus a thought about who these people were and tried to unpack the story what does it mean male and female created he them to that mean that the original creature this is in chapter one was her hermaphrodite aware there are already too sexes what does it mean that at the mail that adam at is alone in the garden and then god says it's not good for the man to be alone couldn't god of thought of that from the beginning is it a second thought that his ad hoc had got have second thoughts and then when the bible says after god says that he introduces all of the animals to adam one thing the early rabbis thoughtless maybe that meant that adam tried all the other animals his companions including having sex with the other animals and found that it wasn't an adequate experience for him and then god uh did the surgical operation to create uh the female for him now.

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"guston" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"guston" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"Uh that if we talk about values as as abstractions says ideas it's sort of misses the point santa guston wrote about he said that it's wanting to know the good another to love it loving it is what enables action upon it and so emotion is the language of action and it is the way in which we actually experience value i mean without which inspires us that which frightens us that which we find disgusting that which we find supportive and so forth now narrative has the capacity to communicate emotion you know when we talk about emotion usually everybody starts say oh that's irrational and crazy and you've got to get the emotion out of it well that's just dead wrong um it has a different language pascal the the the philosopher wrote about he said the heart has reason of which reason does not know so communicating emotional information uh is a different proposition than making a silly justic argument narrative happens to be one of the main ways we learned do there because when a person tells a story not about a story but actually brings the past into the present in a moment and our capacity for episodic memory which is unique to our species so far as we know the lots of species can remember data but not moments of experience we can do that and so to the extent that we can recall a moment in which we experienced to challenge had to find a source of hope made choices that moved us forward.

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