35 Burst results for "Hannah"

Naomi Osaka Offends Swahili Speakers

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Naomi Osaka Offends Swahili Speakers

"Naomi Osaka, the kind of player who is just a real big pain in the ass. I like to fire up cross court shot of her face, Naomi Osaka announced last week that she's partnered with LeBron James company Spring Hill to start a new media company. A media company from the girl who doesn't want to talk to the media. And you explain that to me? Naomi Osaka expressed the hope that it would produce TV shows and documentaries and branded content. Again, this is the fraud who doesn't like attention thrust on her. This is the woman who had to step away from competitive tennis for her mental health sake. She said, and then she went on to do a few magazine covers and went to the Met ball in New York City, dressed like a fucking peacock with feathers in her hair. Don't believe anything she says. Now get this, the name of a new venture, she called it Hannah kuma, what she said means flower bear in Japanese. Hold that, hold it because it didn't take long for the Japanese Haitian Osaka to discover, oh, that phrase has another meaning in Swahili in Swahili. I'm not even sure why we care about this Swahili content, but it's why Healy it translates to women with that of a giant. Let's not forget there are 200 million people who speak Swahili, which is the majority of East Africa. So dozens of losers on Twitter in Africa piled on her and they begged her, they urged Osaka to this reconsider that name. They called it offensive. Of course they did. Of course they did. Everybody's offended now by something.

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What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | Last week

What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?

"I saw that turning point USA is not having off as a federal holiday for Juneteenth. Why is that? What is your perspective on Juneteenth? So last year we came out pretty, let's just say publicly against the idea of making Juneteenth a federal holiday. And it's rather clever by the left, you have to admit, Juneteenth, as it is properly understood, of course, is something worthy of appreciation. It is the day the news of Emancipation reached Texas and that news started to spread. That is not at all what's going on here. Let's stop being naive. Let's stop looking at things as they tell them as they are and really what's going on here. What's really going on here is a BLM holiday to try to focus on alleged systemic racism to resurrect a propaganda campaign to try and focus on racial differences and to try and have a point of reference right before July 4th, by the way, intentionally summertime holiday. To have the worst people you could imagine, ibram X kendi being one of them. And Robin diangelo and Nicole Hannah Jones give them a day where they could become incredibly relevant to talk about, well, yeah, of course, Juneteenth was nice, but really we're more racist than ever. That's the exactly the wording they're going to use. It's like, oh yeah, whatever Juneteenth day that what's really going on is Juneteenth is the show that look at systemic racism and inequality and inequity. And some Republicans will say, oh, no, no, you know, Juneteenth is a conservative day because it's about the freeing of slaves. Of course, if we weren't talking about another political movement that wants us to try to have a federal holiday where they can corrupt the American flag done, Tempe Arizona, they took down all the American flags and put up BLM Juneteenth flags and then have an unnecessary unhelpful entire massive propaganda campaign that will be happening on TikTok on Twitter on Facebook on Instagram. All about how races are country is.

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Eric Chats With Hegseth and Goodwin About Teaching Love of Country

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | Last week

Eric Chats With Hegseth and Goodwin About Teaching Love of Country

"One of the things that I think we just have to be clear in American public education before it went wrong in the 19th century, we would teach love of country, love of God, like these basic things, love of freedom. What is freedom? We really understood that there's just no pulling these things apart. And if we don't teach them, they go away in most of the world, they don't have this kind of stuff. So we had this pride in inculcating the generations with these ideas and celebrating them. And as we know, through the decades, this went away so that patriotism, it just kind of went out in elite circles. They were globalists were elitist. We don't believe in that rube stuff, you know, rah rah, America. And they demonize the concept of love of country, which I just find amazing, especially you served in the military. I mean, the idea that we would denigrate a healthy love of country as somehow jingoistic chest thumping, triumphalist. I mean, it's kind of amazing how deep those bad ideas got so that you have a lot of people in the country who they just kind of have gone along with that. Especially in the blue states. Yeah, we're self loathing at this point. America was to quote the disgraced former governor of New York, America was never great. That is the view of the left at this point. Can you imagine? With the history, but before it was Hannah Jones and the 1619 Project, it was Howard zinn, a people's history of the United States, which is the most prolific history textbook of the modern era. And if your high school doesn't have the book in the classroom, then the textbook that was written for your child's classroom was based on Howard zinn and people's history, which is American history written from the Soviet perspective. And then David Coleman and the folks at the college board rewrite the SAT to respond to the common core, which was based on Howard zinn. So now what your kids are learning, what they're tested on and they're entrance exams are based on a Marxist view of American history. No wonder we get kids that are pumped out saying, this America thing is terrible. We're teaching them that.

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People Are Defecting From the Left in Record Numbers

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

People Are Defecting From the Left in Record Numbers

"Then? The final phase is the desperation of the left realizing that they control, yes, the institutions, but they do not control the people, that the people are defecting from them in record numbers, that their games and their cutting of corners and their cheating will no longer be honored and them realizing that their ability to control us, their magical spell has faded. You see this as grassroots activists in candidates running for office, they just kind of shrug off attacks. This is happening right now in Arizona where Blake masters is being called a racist by the media and he's like, that's not what I said. I'm not a racist, and basically go take a hike. Other Republican candidates are trying to attack Blake masters here in Arizona by calling him a racist. And that is being super rejected by the conservative base. Where the conservative base is seeing other candidates attack Blake masters here in Arizona and they're like, no, actually don't act like a leftist. He's not a racist because he shared some Facebook article 12 years ago that had 25,000 words that you cherry pick one part of it and he didn't necessarily endorse it, like actually that's a scum like tactic. And it is. And so you're seeing this in every corner, you saw it when they tried to attack JD Vance. Like, oh, he's a racist. Nobody cared. Now let me be very clear. Conservatives actually have a radar for a legitimate racism. That's why we know Nicole Hannah Jones and Robin D'angelo and ibram X kendi and taha nishi coach. We know that they are racist. We know that. But we know that people on our side we referee racism and they don't. There's no place for it in the conservative movement. Doesn't exist. And yet on the other side, they're the ones that built entire political movements around it. And this kind of realization of how disingenuous dishonest and power hungry the left is has empowered us, but they are now going to respond with pure force.

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Charlie Confronts the Deconstructionist Doctrines Poisoning Politics

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

Charlie Confronts the Deconstructionist Doctrines Poisoning Politics

"If you do not teach children that certain things are true, then where does it stop? You have a Supreme Court Justice that can not give you definitive answer of what is a man and a woman and guess what? That is the furthest right now and it will go even crazier. Extrapolation of deconstructionist ideology. At every turn tries to make you doubt question and tear apart things that we know are fundamental to existence that we know are essential to our survival. You see that in the whole transgender movement. You see that where all of a sudden we have the blurring of lines where Pennsylvania's own at University of Pennsylvania, the death of women's sports where you had the man who thinks he's a woman, all of a sudden be the 462nd best swimmer overnight transition to be a woman and win the NCAA championship. Why would that not be wrong? See, we as Christians have an answer. We have two answers. Number one, I want compassion for the person who thinks they're in the wrong body. I want treatment for that person and most importantly, I want their soul that we want for Christ. But secondly, that doesn't mean we have to all of a sudden rearrange the rules of the game to allow cheating. We as Christians believe cheating is wrong. Both things can be simultaneously true because we as Christians and most societies are not able to articulate this, but the Bible tells us when you have strength you are morally called, in fact, you are required to protect the not as strong.

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Why the Constitution Is the Greatest Political Document Created

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | Last month

Why the Constitution Is the Greatest Political Document Created

Charlie Speaks at Dayspring Christian's 'Remember America' Series

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last month

Charlie Speaks at Dayspring Christian's 'Remember America' Series

"And last week I was in boulder, Berkeley and Cal state Fullerton. So it's a lot different of a reaction. I know some of you are booing, totally understandable, right? You should boo Berkeley. It's a very dark place to give you an idea how dark Berkeley is. I had to bring a deliver in sky with me. Just in case. Victor marks, if you know who I'm talking about. But here's the amazing thing. And there's something so special happening in our country. When I visited Berkeley in boulder last week, we had a major problem. And it wasn't antifa. It wasn't all that nonsense. We couldn't find rooms big enough to fit all the students that wanted to come to our events. On campus. Very special. So I traveled 330 days last year all across the country. I'm doing three podcasts today, a couple hours of radio. And I'm in the education space, but a little different than day spring. I go to hostile territory and try to spread truth where there is none. And tonight, we get to celebrate and support a place that is full of truth and full of light for liberty. It's a little different, but the same thing, really, because we're trying to raise up a generation to understand what they've been given. We as human beings all have a lot in common. One of the things we all have in common is that we've all been born into a world we did not create. So we're born into a set of circumstances that are not our own. And boy, are we blessed to be born in the set of circumstances in the United States of America? And that statement alone is agreed upon by basically all of you. But it's now wildly controversial to say that in most schools today. In fact, it's four and it's a concept that most young people when I come and I talk about how America is the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world, how the constitution is the greatest political document ever written. They want to believe it because in the soul of a person is a yearning to want to actually love the place that you're from. But there's this disconnect between all the propaganda that they've been led to believe and first what they are all of a sudden hearing what they know to be true. And I think one of the reasons for that is actually

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Joe Biden Has a Young Person Problem

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Has a Young Person Problem

"Are repulsed by identity politics. And we should be. The politics of trying to put people in different categories based on their skin color is not something that we appreciate or something that we support. Now identity politics is rooted in the idea of trying to let's just say use a word that came in the 1990s, balkanize the American political, the American political landscape. However, there is one part of kind of segmenting of politics, if you will, or the country that I think is very helpful. And that is to look at things generationally. Instead of looking at things based on skin color, I think looking at political dynamics based on age is far more helpful. While I do believe there are differences between men and women, I do not believe there are differences between white people and black people. I don't. I do not believe in racial differences in people who do. We have words for them, racists like Nicole Hannah Jones, or like Robin D'angelo, or ibram X kendi. But I do believe that there's big differences in experiences and let's say things that people have to live through in generational dynamics. So typically, the younger the voter, the more Democrat and the more liberal they are. They tend to be more idealistic utopian, less rooted to the tragedy of life. And not all life is a tragedy, but life could be tough. The first Buddhist principle is life is suffering. I don't quite believe that to be perfectly honest. Life can be full of suffering, but it also can be beautiful and full of joy and love and prosperity. Generational dynamics for me are the most helpful and interesting to look at. And so when we look at Joe Biden's approval rating and we look at who actually is driving the decline of Joe Biden's approval, it's remarkable when we learn that it's younger voters in particular that disapprove of Joe Biden the most.

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What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

"I have a legitimate question what on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Name one thing. The only thing I can name is the amount of illegals that have come into America, the potential population. However, Hispanics are turning conservative and record numbers. So even that it's a little bit blurry. What on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Since the new year, Pfizer AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson, they're on the ropes. Disney is down, CNN plus is gone, Twitter is about to be taken over and totally changed, which we know censorship is a fundamental need of this regime. If they're not able to censor they can't exist, they must be able to shut you up, the Democrat party has lower approval ratings than ever before, wire, what, who, what, where is stronger than they were four months ago? I'll tell you who is stronger though. Rogan is more popular than ever before. Tucker Carlson is more popular than ever before. Bill Maher's anti woke, tirades are stronger than ever before. Elon is richer, he might have his net worth as might have gone down by 20 or 30 billion because the stock prices, but Tesla was up 10% since last week, 10%. Our podcast is up amazingly. Our radio program is up. Our social media engagement is up. We can't find spaces big enough at turning point USA to be able to fit all the students that want to come to our events at Berkeley and boulder, meanwhile, I'm not really sure if people are flocking a big numbers, go hear critical race theory, Nicole Hannah Jones, maybe. I don't think so. If you kind of look at these fundamental indicators of where the society is going, Republicans are winning registration wars across the country and desantis wiped out all of the gerrymander gains that California New York tried to do. Desantis basically level the playing field. God bless that man.

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"hannah" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"Keep yourself at the beginning of the beginning by Hannah Emerson. Please try to help me go to the joy that is trying to go to the beautiful, helpful, helpful beginning of the beginning of the very trying freedom that we make are a great, great, great light. That is nothing but the laughter that is fooling us into believing that we go to the trash bin that is your life that become the treasures that live in the bottom of the bin that is your life. Yes, yes. Yes, yes. Please try to dive down to the beautiful mock that helps you get that the world was made from the garbage at the bottom of the universe that was boiling over with joy that wanted to become you, you, you. Yes, yes, yes. Please try to go to the colors that kiss you great, great, great person of the light that is becoming you. You, you, yes, yes. Please try to keep yourself in the bottom of the bin. Yes. Yes, please try to go to the kissing mock that is very true to your life,.

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"hannah" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"At the same time? Keep yourself at the beginning of the beginning by Hannah Emerson. Please try to help me go to the joy that is trying to go to the beautiful helpful helpful beginning of the beginning of the very trying freedom that we make our great, great, great light. That is nothing but the laughter that is fooling us into believing that we go to the trash bin that is your life that become the treasures that live in the bottom of the bin that is your life. Yes, yes. Yes, yes. Please try to dive down to the beautiful mock that helps you get that the world was made from the garbage at the bottom of the universe that was boiling over with joy that wanted to become you, you, you, yes, yes, yes. Please try to go to the colors that kiss you, great, great, great person of the light that is becoming you, you, you, yes, yes, please try to keep yourself in the bottom of the bin. Yes. Yes, please try to go to the kissing mock that is very true to your life. Yes, yes. Please try to meet me there. Yes, yes, please.

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Is Tipping an American Practice Stemming From the Slave Plantation?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:40 min | 3 months ago

Is Tipping an American Practice Stemming From the Slave Plantation?

"While the latest kind of idiocy in this kind of, it all goes back to slavery contest is the concept of tipping. So think about your tip on Uber driver or you go to a restaurant and leave a tip. You check into a hotel and you tip the doorman. The argument is that's due to slavery. That's an American practice, by the way. You don't see it in other countries, at least not in the same degree. And moreover, if you go back, you find that that slave masters, it was after slavery, supposedly that this kind of tipping practice became widespread in the United States. At least this is the narrative according to Nicole Hannah Jones, and Nicole Hannah Jones makes outlandish statements that basically look like she's just come out of a vodka spree, but it turns out that no, she's picking it up from she reads the kind of far left rival literature and she picks up these kinds of claims and then gives them a sort of patina of respectability by sort of parading this in The New York Times and on her social media feed. So you as Nicole Hannah Jones tipping is the legacy of slavery and she goes, and if it's not optional, then it shouldn't be a tip, but just to include it in the bill. Have you ever stopped to think why we tip? Like why tipping is a practice in the U.S. and almost nowhere else. Now I've said before in the podcast, this is downright stupid. I've traveled pretty much all over the world tipping as universal and stepping in Africa. It's tipping in India. But the historian, the economic historian Philip Magnus, who's been on this podcast. Well, what Magnus has done is he's written a kind of thorough article on this tipping issue, and this is a guy who really knows how to dig. So he finds he finds out that Nicole Hannah Jones got her ridiculous claim about tipping from a kind of left wing activist named saru jama. This woman sounds suspiciously Indian and anyway, she's apparently some kind of a health activist, not really an academic of any kind. And she wrote an article which had a paragraph on tipping in all the other leftist sources of picking up her nonsense. In any event, what magnets really shows is that all of this nonsense about tipping tracing to the aftermath of slavery isn't really true. Tipping goes way back to the Middle Ages. In fact, it's so common that tipping is referred to more than once in Shakespeare's plays Magnus quotes an example from 12th night. He goes on to point out that you have European travelers who are writing, this is in the early 1700s. So obviously long before the end of slavery, either in England or in the United States, and they're talking about the common practice of tipping in inns and in taverns and in restaurants and

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Goes Off on Tipping as a 'Legacy of Slavery'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Goes Off on Tipping as a 'Legacy of Slavery'

"I just saw something today on social media and I retweeted it. Nicole Hannah Jones and she goes tipping, dipping is a practice that goes back to slavery. And then she goes on to say, you know, have you ever wondered why tipping is only in America and nowhere else around the world that's because it goes back to the slave plantation. This is basically Nicole had a joke so I'm thinking this is one of the stupidest statements I've ever read. First of all, tipping is universal. I grew up in India, people tip in restaurants all the time. I've been all over Europe, tipping is very common in Europe. So first of all, the idea that tipping is only American is nonsense. Number two? What is Nicole Hannah Jones implying that slavery is a form of forced and unpaid labor? Is she saying that on the plantations it was normal practice for masters to tip their slaves? You know, hey Frank, great job. Excellent service in the field today. Here's 50 cents for your efforts. What? I think historians worldwide are waiting with bated breath for Nicola Hannah Jones to explain and she's not going to explain because that these are people who essentially say stupid things and expect never to be called on

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The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

"Meaningful. The U.S. Senate has finally done something I approve. This shouldn't have taken so long, but it's finally done. The United States Senate has passed the sunshine protection act by unanimous consent to make daylight savings times permanent. I'm not a fan of daylight savings time. Falling back, springing forward should just remain the same time throughout the entire year. In fact, we should spring forward even more. So that the fall, it's the opposite. I never understood that in the most depressing time of weather, we also made it darker intentionally. Who thought of this thing? Makes zero sense. Now, I know you're gonna say it's Benjamin Franklin. And all this, no way, he was too smart for this. I think it's a Nicole Hannah Jones conspiracy against Benjamin Franklin. There's no way. A 2015 study published in sleep medicine, researchers compared the rate of strokes during the week after daylight saving to the week two weeks after the tweaks before. They found the rate of 8% higher the first two weeks after the shift, and people with cancer were 25% more likely to have a stroke later than the other times of the year. People over 65 were 20% more likely. A 2019 report found a higher risk of heart attack after both time changes, but particularly during daylight savings times. Interruptions to circadian rhythm can also impair focus and judgment. A 2020 study found fatal traffic accidents increased by 6% in the United States during daylight savings time. This shouldn't have been taken so long, but it did, and the U.S. Senate has finally done something useful.

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Trans Child Molester 'Hannah Tubbs' Gloats Over Light Sentence

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 4 months ago

Trans Child Molester 'Hannah Tubbs' Gloats Over Light Sentence

"So this one story is so extraordinary. And there's been a lot of back and forth on this, but the latest is this. George gascon, who I think is being recalled in Los Angeles County. The fact he got elected in the first place is just extraordinary. Is actually saying that his recommended sentence for this person is too short. Now who is this person? Well, this person is allegedly by the name of Hannah tubbs. I refuse to use the term Hannah tubbs. I'm just gonna call this person tubs. This person tubs is a deranged criminal. I don't say that lightly. It's a sick individual. This person, tubs, two weeks shy of their 18th birthday. Now, this person was a man when they committed the crime still a man, now considers himself to be a woman, just so you know. So tubs goes into Denny's. This was back in 2014. Grabbed a ten year old girl by the throat, locked her in a stall, shoved her hand down the girl's pants and sexually assaulted her. Prosecutors say stopping only after someone else entered the restroom. Tubbs is now 26, pleaded guilty to assault and was sentenced to two years in a juvenile facility. Criminal record includes another allegation of sexual abuse of a child, so a repeat offender. Now, gascon says quote, while most people, while for most people several years of jail is adequate, it may not be for miss tubbs. If we knew about her disregard for the harm she caused, we would have handled this case differently. The complex issues and facts of her particular case were unusual. And I should have treated them that way. This change in policy will allow us in the space that I'm moving forward. So there'll be no change, basically, this person's going to a juvenile facility for two years, probably get out sooner than that. For multiple assaults against a child, gender transition to a woman, and they're going to walk the streets free. Probably doing it again.

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Why George Gascón Backpeddled on Hannah Tubbs Sentencing

The Larry Elder Show

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Why George Gascón Backpeddled on Hannah Tubbs Sentencing

"Suspect two weeks shy of 18 rapes a ten year old girl trans woman rapes a ten year old girl, brags about it, brags about the light sentence she is receiving from George cat's gone. Gascon claims he had no idea that this suspect was bragging about the light sentence, otherwise he would have handled the case differently. However, an assistant DA says gascon knew all about it and gascon is lying. John, the questions his critics are asking are whether the Los Angeles County district attorney is simply changing his policies on particularly disturbing juvenile cases. Now, because he was embarrassed by Fox News reporting on the jailhouse calls of convicted child molester Hannah tubbs and exactly when did George gascon learn about the contents of those tapes, which seemed to show tubs who is transgender and was known as James at the time of the bathroom assault of a ten year old girl celebrating a plea deal under which he would only face two years behind bars in a juvenile facility.

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Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly "Rust" shooting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly "Rust" shooting

"There's there's been been a a new new lawsuit lawsuit filed filed in in connection connection with with the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust the the lawsuit lawsuit is is being being filed filed by by the the movie's movie's armorer armorer Hannah Hannah guti guti eras eras read read and and two two colleagues colleagues it it was was their their job job to to supervise supervise the the use use of of weapons weapons on on the the rust rust sacked sacked the the suit suit is is filed filed against against ammunition ammunition supply supply SF SF Kenny Kenny and and his his company company she she claims claims the the company company brought brought live live rounds rounds to to the the set set we're we're only only blanks blanks and and dummies dummies were were supposed supposed to to be be present present a a gun gun Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin was was using using on on set set went went off off last last October October killing killing cinematographer cinematographer Helen Helen Hutchins Hutchins and and wounding wounding the the director director investigators investigators have have been been trying trying to to figure figure out out sense sense how how a a live live round round ended ended up up in in the the weapon weapon came came here here said said in in the the past past that that he he is is sure sure his his company company didn't didn't send send any any live live animal animal to to the the rust rust set set I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Nikole Hannah-Jones: Parents Shouldn’t Decide What’s Being Taught in Schools

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 6 months ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones: Parents Shouldn’t Decide What’s Being Taught in Schools

"So Nicole Hannah Jones is on meat that the press on December 26th the day after Christmas On a Sunday What does she have to say To schmuck Todd Cut 17 go hat tip right part I don't really understand this idea that parents should decide what's being taught I'm not a professional educator I don't have a degree in social studies or science We send our children to school because we want them to be taught by people who have expertise and what we're talking about What should be taught The parents aren't saying I should sit there and teach them calculus Or advance physics The parents are saying I expect you to teach them math and have a proficiency in math I expect you to teach them English and have a proficiency in English maybe a second language I expect you to teach them literature and have some proficiency in literature I expect you to teach them real history and have some proficiency in history and so forth So you set a foundation perhaps they want to go to college perhaps they want to get a job out of high school whatever it is Don't fill their minds with crap with your radical Marxist racist segregationist

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How Breitbart's Emma Jo Morris Came to Know Hunter Biden's 'Laptop From Hell'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:50 min | 7 months ago

How Breitbart's Emma Jo Morris Came to Know Hunter Biden's 'Laptop From Hell'

"Welcome back to one on one with me Sebastian gorka and breitbart's Emma Joe Morris. Emma, I'm curious, I'm not a journalist, if anybody calls me that, I correct them very, very rapidly. But I'm very curious that I want to want you to walk us through the inside story, give us a little bit of inside baseball because I love the New York Post. It is, I believe the oldest extant newspaper we still have founded by Alexander Hamilton. So as you're breaking this story of the laptop from hell, what is it like at the post? What is your management think about the impact your coverage is going to have and then walk us through is just before the election, Jack Dorsey, Twitter and Facebook just memory hole this orwellian New York Post story just has to disappear. Yeah, I mean, so we became aware of this laptop in September of 2020. So just before the election, about two months before the election. Was it through Rudy or Bernie or yeah? So I can tell you that. So Steve Bannon has a producer named vish who I knew from New York. He's from New York. He was not previously in politics. This was his first job with somebody political. And I knew him from my days back in Hannah. I used to hang out with him a little bit. He was friends with some mutual friends, and we had kept in touch, and I went to the New York Post in any way. They obtained the laptop or Rudy does actually. And then Bannon becomes aware of it. And these are copies, right? So the story. Certain people to download the hard drive. Exactly. Exactly. He gave, well, he gave Rudy's lawyer the first coffee that was out and they were looking at it. Oh, multiple laptops. One. A one, because they were two in the stool, weren't there? No, well, I think there's 300 laptops in circulation. Wow. The post had one. Okay. And that was the one that went through Rudy. And Rudy called Bannon because there was so much China on there and Rudy knew that Bannon was the guy for that. And decide, they need to get this out into the press. So Bannon's producer, I knew from years ago, and he was telling Dan and I know somebody an editor at the post, you got to get in touch with. And she is going to know what she's looking at and you better call her. So I got a call from Steve Bannon who was actually on Yankee poor. I'm Jewish. So I remember that way. Very intense holiday, actually. And he calls me and he says, I have to Steve actually called you. Yes. Okay. Bitch texted me and said Steve Bannon. It's a big deal. When Steve Bannon doesn't get somebody else to call you, that's a big deal. Leave a story. Oh, you don't miss it. Of course. And sex is a big deal from Steve. Trust me. Especially at 3 a.m., which is when he used to text. He carry on. So this randomized text me seems about to call you, don't miss it. I get the bone. He says, I have a story that's about to change your

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Three Victims of Michigan High School Shooting Identified

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Three Victims of Michigan High School Shooting Identified

"I want to stop and ask you to pray for the people of Oakland county and Oxford township, Michigan, where three students were murdered 8 injured, three of whom are in critical condition of 15 year old boy, a 17 year old girl and a 14 year old girl who was on a ventilator. And of course, hundreds traumatized and the high school, well, the high school gets kudos for me. Because when a 15 year old boy walked in with the hand gun that his father had bought legally on Black Friday and opened fire, I believe a total of 17 people were wounded in some way, three dead three struggling for their lives. And those three who are dead could be any kid anywhere. I'm looking at their names in the New York Post report, not The Washington Post report. Tate Meyer, a 16 year old standout football player at Oxford high school, died of his wounds on the way to the hospital and the vaccine of patrol car. Hannah saint giuliana, a 14 year old Madison Baldwin, a 17 year old. This could be kids anywhere any high school anywhere. This is a TikTok video made by one of the students who is not injured if you're watching on the Salem news channel. Please do download it. It's just better to watch the sale on this channel. This is what they would see and listen to what they say. Yes. They come out. Let me stop for a second set this up. The video is of about, I would guess 15 to 20 students inside they're very well trained.

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"hannah" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:42 min | 8 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Is something that is quite special and I think actually speaks to so much of the ways in which these communities were supported by those who understood the land and knew it and were in many ways devoted to country. It was speaks to a different type of devotion. You've covered all the devotions, possibly what happens when there's intense love when it's taken away. There's intense grief. It's interesting that I always end up writing about grief, but I do think it is one of those emotions that we are able to connect with across time. And I think it's also something which is largely inescapable, especially when you're looking at stories of people, you know, on a ship that 6 months who leave behind their home and then come to new places necessarily that's going to be separation. And grief and loss. But I think also the grief and the loss can speak to what we were talking about earlier just the sheer amount of diversion and love that is there in the marker of the depth of love. Hannah Kent's book devotion in part tells how devout lutherans immigrated to South Australia. But more so about two young women in the group who find friendship and committed love that follows them beyond the grave. Thank you very much, Hannah. Thank you so much for having me. And now, it's David's tone. Centralist Australia is remote and desolate. But that seems to accentuate the trauma caused by murder. Such is the case in migrant Higgins novel cutters end. So Margaret, welcome to three CR. Thank you, David. Thank you for having me. The landscape here plays an integral part in this novel. And I just want to read a little extract. It is quiet, isn't it? She said, and startled Mark wondered for a moment, if he'd spoken on ad. Together, they looked out the sliding doors to the land beyond the petrol valves. Thousands of kilometers in every direction of a vast and uncompromising land. Once she said, I found a woman's shoe out there in the scrub, just one shoe, he filtered that fluttering, deep in his chest, a shoe. He said, strange..

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"hannah" Discussed on All God's Women

All God's Women

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on All God's Women

"Welcome to all gods women with host. Sharon wilbert taking you on a journey through the bible one woman at a time. Anna prayed for a child not because she was lonely or because she wanted to be free of the stigma of being baron know hannah prayed for a child because she saw the corruption around her and she wanted to birth a son who would draw israel back to god and god answered her prayer giving her a son who became a light in the darkness leading others back to god and even being chosen to annoy the first king of israel he was a godly man. Who was exactly what hannah prayed for. We tend to read stories. Like hannah and think that all we have to do is pray hard enough and god will give us the desires of our heart. The problem is that we've got it all mixed up. We're so busy making out our shopping list of prayer request and then wondering why god doesn't give us what we're asking for but that's not how prayer works prayer is emptying ourselves and bearing our souls to god allowing him to open our eyes to what it is that he wants for us. We give ourselves over to him and to his desires that when we truly start to see answered prayer hannah could prayed any number of things but she prayed for the privilege of birthing a son who would change a nation. Hannah prayed for revival in her land. How could god not answer that prayer..

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"hannah" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Can i go is and welcome to in the peleton. He'd introduce this week's episode with llano bernie we've got a cracker episode coming up longueuil. Hey going there might not too bad. Mitch how are you. How's the recovery patch talk about that in the altro because you've been back the road. Haven't you doing some outdoor cycling after while you've been wowing me with your Double sessions on the indoor bike as recover from your crash in belgium a few weeks ago. Yes i am back out on the road. Now i Strip that cost of a few weeks ago and just went for. Let's have a chat about that after the episode. Because what we've got coming up this week. Is hannah bonds. She's a pretty well known name in the women's field of suckling and very well known name. In britain especially i often see are around here in toronto and it's great to run into her and have a chat with her and i thought god of can get you on the podcast. So she being fantastic guest. Yeah british financial know hannah. She's a part of the bond dynasty. I guess youngest sister is alice bonds. Also pro rider. Hannah's being racing with canyon schramm since two thousand sixteen before that she was with united healthcare and the end of this season. She will move teams. You set to join uno x a new women's pro team for next season and if you're in the uk and looking forward to the women's tour. Expect to see hannah on the start. Line that the women's tour coming up at the start of october. Just after the first edition of women's powdery by as well and just a few highlights from hannah bond his career. Because she's a former. Jiro state when a former women's tour stage winner. She's been sick in asia westerly age and get so a real all rounder and a very aggressive variety often see her Trying to get off the front and get into the move. So yeah if you looking forward to the women's tour Hopefully we'll see her in action there in a well. We tend data without rambling on too long. I'm just gonna let you sit back and enjoy his story. Enjoy guys.

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"hannah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Bag of fun. Be excited bore the grab bag fun. What's gonna be inside attribu- because now that i'm recording in person. I always feel this spectrum with random items and i'm gonna shake and you stick your hand in the bag of goodies and brand. Pick something to take home. You be careful. Because there's some good things in your. There's some bad things you don't know what it's going to be. What is hannah gonna pick. Oh what is it daily moisturizer there. You go for your dry as my. I don't even from even prime yes. That's korean chinese around. It's great for you. i love anything to hydrate. Yes i need hydrate every ten minutes all now you have something new. There were some bad okay. Well because is the first time i'm doing this. I'll just grab a couple. That weren't that exciting. There's a cleansing towel for external use. Only ooh and another little thing of hand sanitizer. Oh that would have been like. We don't have enough of that. No you don vegan. So is that a dairy. And i would never share my non dairy farm. Yeah and honestly who could blame you. the not. The vegan are expensive truly are in there just loyal oil with assault nodar. Yes okay. we're gonna find out that was fun. We're going to go through your products. But the no cutting we're gonna play one more game and i just invented. This game called wellness words. Great well some wellness. I'm.

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

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

07:33 min | 1 year ago

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

"Dibs on. John's life. And on your life ray and i'm choosing to bring her home and i have the right to do that. You agreed to that. And i said yes lord. And when jan di i died and in time the national per chapel died and now i'm waiting on the lord to see what he wants to do to raise me and to raise us from the dust. I sit in the dust in the ashes am waiting on god. He's made some incredible promises to me. Even when i was a child nine and ten years of age he gave me visions. I know what his plan is. He shared that with me but he also said that those things would not happen to the latter part of my life. well i'm in the latter part of my life. Now what does jesus want from me. What does jesus want from you. Please would you ask. Jesus that question and would you stop going with your own agenda with your own desires with your own plans. Would you with jan say. My life is a blank check and you can spend me any way you want to spend me. I've been praying that prayer. I'm inviting you to pray. The same prayer make the decision lord lord takes and blessed is the name of the lord. Now i want to show you what hannah decided and in that decision the lord was pleased and said okay. Now i'm going to open your womb. Let me read it for you. This is i samuel. The first chapter in bitterness of soul. Hannah wept much and prayed to the lord and she made a vow. That's what god was waiting for. He was waiting for her to make the bow jamaica vow. Sing o lord eddie if you will only look upon your servants misery and remember me and not forget your servant but give her a son than i will give him to the lord for all the days of his life and no razor will ever be used on his head. That's what the lord was waiting for. He was waiting for the vow that if god would give her son she would give him back to god. Wow she wanted a son for her husband. But god wanted a son for his kingdom. So she made the vow. I will give my son to. The lord is unnecessary. I will give my son to the lord as she was praying. Eli sitting. there saw her mouth moving. Hannah was praying in her heart. She had wept all of her tears. She had no more voice. She was at the total end of herself. She was in the dust and the ashes wired that we come to the other end of ourselves and have nothing of ourselves left and in that place. She was accused by ally of being a drunk woman and and he said to her. How long will you keep on getting drink getting drunk. Get rid of your wine woman. Not so my lord. I am a woman who is deeply troubled. I have not been drinking wine or beer. I was poring out my soul to the lord. Do not take your servant for a wicked woman. i've been praying out my great anguish and grief. Now i i think to job it was not until job came to the other end of himself that he finally had a vision of who god was. Please understand what i'm saying. Today we are too big for god to do very much of anything with us. We are too full of our own. Opinions were two full of our beliefs to full of our accusations. Were two full of our plans and god. God can't do anything with us. And he's going to hold us in this place of no birthing until we make the vow now please. He doesn't do this with everyone. Some people he just lets them go on their merry way and they're very successful and they have a wonderful life and that's not the way of god with people he's called apart to serve in the once he's called apart part to serve. He isolates any deals with our hearts and he continues to deal with our hearts until we finally make the vow. He's asking us to make what vow has he asked you to. Until you make that vow. God will not open the windows of heaven and pour out his blessing in your life. This is this is terrifying understand. God is in charge of our lives not us. He is the one who determines what will happen in our hearts and in our lives and he waits on us to finally sit in the dust and ashes and acknowledged that.

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"hannah" Discussed on Podcast Gumbo

Podcast Gumbo

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on Podcast Gumbo

"Hey Paul this is Hannah Hessman August. . Seventeenth is national nonprofit day. . My favorite kind of nonprofits are museums. . Of course, , all our favourite museums are locked down right now struggling to get through this virus like the rest of us. . So I thought we'd celebrate them a little and I challenge you on that note to find a great podcast created by a museum. . Go. . Well Hannah under most other circumstances, , this would have been a minor challenge. . But as it turns out, , we have a mutual friend that has a podcast about museums and that same friend was my eighth guest on this show. . For my first recommendation, , I'm going with museum archipelago. . When the host Ian Elsner was my guest I mentioned an old episode about the Apollo Eleven landing site. . But I'm not going to take the easy way out and I'm going to suggest to newer and very relevant topic statues. . In this episode and talks about the relationship statues and museums, , he goes into the tearing down toward causton statue and one of his guests talks about the slippery slope. . So to celebrate this National Nonprofit Day learn about a nonprofit consider donating time or money to one that you believe in and let us know using the National Nonprofit Day Hashtag. . Today's guest is Hannah Hetman. . Hannah's the writer and producer of the Vagina Museum podcast. . Yes. . You heard that correctly. . In New York there is a sex museum which I've been to. . In Iceland, , there is a Pinas Museum which I haven't been to. . And now there is a Johnny Museum which opened in London in two thousand and nineteen. . The podcast. . Liked the museum is all about smashing shame and stigma around the vagina through awareness education and route puns. . The first and recommended episode is entitled. . See you next Tuesday as in the letter C. and the letter, , you would you like me to wait for you to figure it out. . As most people know there are many terms for the vagina, , but there is one that stands out as the most offensive if you still haven't figured it out, , it starts with the letter C and ends would Tuesday? ? This episode answers a lot of questions about that specific word. . For last recommendation Hannah recommends if people saw that slavery was getting started why didn't they stop it by Q. and Abe? ? She says and I quote. . This podcast is produced totally in house by President Lincoln's cottage in DC. . They take questions from their guests. . They can't answer at the moment and die super deep into them with the help of historians to address big ideas in American history loosely connected to Abraham. . Lincoln. . Of course, , but it's so much more than a podcast about Lincoln Unquote. . For. . Today's episode hot sauce. . I'm going to relay on link that Hannah gave me. . If I got stuck trying to find an episode related to this day. . Hanna is the owner of better lemon creative audio that produces podcast for museums, , history organizations, , and cultural nonprofits. . So check out the director she created that anyone can add to. . Come back on August, , twenty fifth where I'll be talking about close a topic I have no business talking about. .

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"hannah" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You Hannah less people want to get tested less people give out their names thank you all right Joe Biden and yet most people will want to though okay yeah right most people not but that's the difference with having your vehicle want to get tested I think most people most people would like to be contacted well loved it will have to see how say the technology is but I think like with the apple Google frame of mind people would like to be a lot would like to be notified if they came in contact with somebody who's been diagnosed with COPD nineteen that might that be my guests and then you find out that you then have to stay in your house for fourteen days and everybody in your family who don't know their house for fourteen days the only if you get it if you have it yes you don't have to you our team even though there's a fourteen day you can you can be a symptom right I think I think yeah I've been listen Bob gets it and then the six people that Bob rats on then to have it then they have to go get tested or maybe they don't get tested but I'm just saying people will be less likely to want to get tested if almost of the government comes into some getting your house and stay in your house some people will but I think some people will but I think more people are more curious and would like to know they're not anymore people are scared of government then curious but that's what it was when your mates out that's makes horse race is one of many Joe Biden was on yesterday what's the guy's name was on there whether it's on offense by hammering who's got the hammer yeah that is the wires while hammering this idea that's a pretty good learn to digest it all right let's see vice president was asked he says he doesn't know Terry you served in the Senate for about thirty six years senator from Delaware you're chairman of committees having worked in the Senate myself I'm just in my head doing the numbers you had to have had well over a thousand Senate staffers between the committee staff these the Delaware US Senate staff do you remember terror Reid who worked there for about around a year in nineteen ninety two ninety three that's nice set up right basically having him in out perfect yeah well be honest with you you know you've been so busy so many great people you help throughout the years I mean you possibly remember this person I don't look let me get some clear when a woman makes claims that she has been harassed or abused in this climate change has gone on but her Astor abuse she should be taken seriously she could come forward share stories should be taken seriously taken seriously or believed so fans should be thoroughly vetted and if every case what matters is the truth truthful truth is what matters and the truth of the case is nothing like this ever ever happen all right what does he say the two women who believe Terry this is a bad answer Tom do you agree this is a bad answer I agree I I wouldn't have said that but I think I know what he is trying to avoid I think he was trying to avoid a bigger pitfall but no I watched a whole lot our interview and I thought I would have said that if it's not good I think they should vote their heart and if they believe terror read they probably shouldn't vote for me hi we missed the question what would you say to the people that believe in terror read that there isn't planning on voting for you Mr vice president he what about the people the plan on voting for you and then the story came through and they believe terror read what would you say to those people right yeah I like hammering he called up he held up a come out a woman wrote a column I don't I I don't I don't remember if he identified who it was who said I believe terror read but I will still vote for Joe Biden so in other words whatever you know wrongs you may believe Biden did it's still not worth reelecting a Donald Trump that was sort of the threat without your revolver and said that yes but this is a whole column and I don't know if she was want to rub it at lots of Donald held up like a you know a columnist we recall and said this is what this one person says for instance what do you say all right here we go I think they should vote their heart and if they believe terror read they probably shouldn't vote for me I wouldn't vote for me if I believe Tara Reid the fact is that look AT tire read story and changes considerably and and so on but I I don't want to question her motive I don't want to question anything other than to say the truth matters this is being vetted as Ben Bennett they want people interviewed scores of my employees or my whole career and this is just totally thoroughly completely out of character and the idea that in a public place in a hallway I would assault a woman I mean it's just I mean I I I I anyway I promise you it never happened okay and it has meant that it one of the problems with the problems though is if there is some kind of evidence that props up or something that tips the scale and gets most people to thank thanks for reading right then he's given them the hard ones to not well there's a reason Sir Tom has about thirty four percent Democrats say they believe thirty three of thirty four percent of Democrats in may first of may eleventh may twelfth believe the harassment claims against Joe Biden by terror Reid I mean yeah he just kissed away thirty four percent well no I don't think that that means I would guess others thirty four percent thirty percent will still vote for him anyway but you're right in saying if you really do believe her if that's the case then they should go back to the Democrats the thirty four percent say okay so now given would you want to take Joe's directive because I would not like Joe Biden determine who I'm gonna vote for it was thought that hammering out there who's got a hammer.

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"hannah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hannah finally coming home they were quarantine because of the corona virus so what happens to them now we hear on morning edition from NPR news forty four American passengers are affected with the virus some are being sent to a medical facility in Japan I'm David and I know well king the people who are flying home will be quarantined in the US for the next two a scientist at Harvard is accused of secretly accepting money from the Chinese government to set up a research lab there some farmers say climate change is hurting pistachio crops and the school principal in Texas give the parents a life changing yes it's Monday February seventeenth actor Joseph Gordon Levitt is thirty nine and the news is next live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder more than three hundred Americans are back in the United States arriving early this morning on to charter flights after being exposed to the coronavirus on board the cruise ship there remains in quarantine in Japan but it bears winter Johnston reports they are not yet free to go home fourteen of the evacuees had tested positive for the corona virus even though they aren't showing symptoms of the illness they returned to the US from the diamond princess cruise ship that remains under quarantine in Japan and will be kept under close watch at military bases in California and the taxes for the next two weeks the corona virus has killed an estimated seventeen hundred people and sickened tens of thousands the outbreak stems from an outdoor food market in Wuhan China which was closed in January last week China announced a nationwide crackdown on the illegal wildlife markets and trade winds are Johnston NPR news the cruise ship of Japan as the largest cluster of coronavirus cases outside of China more than forty Americans who tested positive remain in Japan for treatment a prominent human rights lawyer and activist has been detained in China after nearly two months on the run in pure simply Fang reports his arrest comes after the detentions of nearly a dozen other activists who all allegedly attended a December planning meeting friends of the activist to jingle told NPR that he'd been nabbed by police on the evening of February fifteenth for visiting a friend in the southern province of Guangdong both she and his friend were detained she had been on the run since the day after Christmas when police began targeting the twenty or so attendees of the strategy planning meeting that she had also spear headed that same month the wave of arrests is an escalation of an ongoing crackdown on civil society under Chinese leader xi Ching paying she a former university lecturer and rights lawyer was released in two thousand seventeen after serving a four year prison sentence for his legal activism he is the founder of an influential constitutionalist movement demanding civil rights protections and rule of law Emily Fang and pure news Beijing cheers broke out of Virginia state capital this morning.

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"hannah" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"This is what book cooked you. I'm Brock Shelley and thanks for listening on this episode. I talked to Hannah Moskowitz whose latest book sick kids in love is out now and Hannah now has been an author author for ten years started when she was still a teenager. And so we get into a lot of Her view on writing a what it was like a start at such a young age and what inspired her to write and all that went into sick kids in love. Doc so listen it so.

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"Almost always deescalate, stay argument. And so really? I really liked to talk about the boundaries or the barriers really. I guess barriers a better word because down trees. Can you know the things I really like to talk about the barriers that we have discovered two good, communication, and some of these, we've actually already talked about. But this this is like a new. A new way. But a new way to look at it. I guess the first is yeah, the first thing is. Self-aware like lack of self awareness, and we've already talked about south were Nissim what that means and, and. You know what that their barriers to that are? But how you seen a lack of self awareness affect your ability to communicate effectively and transparently and just in a healthy way. Well, I think that. Not being self aware, you're never gonna realize what? You're not going to recognize your in healthy, I didn't recognize my unhealthy behaviors. I would go into situations. I would go into conversations as if they were competition. And I didn't know that for a long time, I was I went through the, the, the process of communicating with people for various things in alma. And I can't imagine. I don't even understand sometimes how people stood me now that I realize, like how prevalent that was in the way that I communicated that went into almost every interaction with someone as if I had to top them in some way, or I had to come out a winner in that. And I didn't recognize it. I just didn't I didn't see that. And even even people that told me, you know, things that should have led me to examine myself in that way. I, I was not open to, to, to, to really examining my behavior in that way. And so I kind of had to get to the point where I could step outside of myself. And listen to the way that I talked in a way that the. As if I wasn't involved like trying to make myself into sort of neutral third party and listen to what this sounded like and think. Is that really who I want to be is that, like, what I enjoy having a conversation with this person? What I enjoy having relationship with this person. And ultimately the answer was no, I didn't, and I couldn't have done that without developing. Some techniques for becoming more self aware being able to step outside of myself in recognize it. My experience has been somewhat similar to that. I can think of moments and one in particular in our relationship where we were arguing about something and I was very upset. And it was not going the way I wanted to ask leading and. Something prompted me to just learning I guess it was probably it was the Holy Spirit. I think probably that. Kind of had me pause and admit to myself that the thing that we were arguing about was not even really what I was upset about. It was it had gotten off track. We had gotten distracted. And the thing that I was arguing for in that moment was not the thing that I really wanted. And so admitting that to myself and then than abled me to think, okay, we'll that's not really what I want if that's not what I'm really arguing for than what am I really arguing for and I too with you? I don't remember the specific thing that we are arguing about, but I do remember, you know just telling you that. When you do this, I feel unloved, or I feel abandoned or whatever it was. And then the argument like de escalating immediately. Right. And so. In order to be able to communicate. I have to know myself deeply I have to not just be on autopilot. I have to be thinking about the things that I'm thinking about, and the things that I'm feeling and the deep things are going.

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

14:45 min | 3 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"Welcome to Cleveland. I'm Michael, and I'm Hannah this podcast is all about how our relationships marriage in our family are impacted by God's grace and work at our lives each week, we will intentionally have transparent conversations about who we are what we're learning and where we're seeing God in our lives. Listen in as we share these conversations. Welcome back to the podcast. Thanks for listening in with us again this week. And what are we going to be talking about? Well, one of the things that we've really discovered in our relationship with each other with other people, one of the things that really hinder has hindered our relationship in the past and led to decreased intimacy or a lack of intimacy is a poor communication. We've really discovered some things that we were doing and. Character flaws that we were acting in that we didn't even realize we were acting in. And since we've discovered those things we've been able to recognize those things we've been able to increase our intimacy in our relationship, and our relationship with our kids, but then in friendships as well. I think that a lot of times, people think of good communication as will make eye contact or nod your head every once in a while or these these tips that people that people tend to give for being a good listener. And there's argued things argued things to think about into consider to maybe even implement, but there are much deeper things that have sect communication than just nodding, your head at the right time or making I contact essentially ways to kind of fake the, the real good commute. Okay. Sure those are ways to kind of, like, get what you want out of the conversation by can manipulating your body, language, and things like that. I mean, there's good things we're not saying that those are bad things that, that, that, you know, they're scripture tells us that as a man thinks in his heart. So is he? And so when we are free to be a good listener when. When I'm aware of these boundaries that were going to talk about. Then I can face them and eliminate them. We're talking about boundaries as hindrances not boundaries in, like I've said about, yes, yes, like hindrances to good, communication, and intimacy in relationships and something that came to mind when I was initially thinking about this topic is the first time we ever tried to go to marriage counseling. I think it was about five years into our relationship, maybe less than that. Maybe three to four. I'm not sure. But we had really been aware of a lot of our issues. Probably on a fairly shallow level. But at that point, you, you had read every man's battle and. I had read similar things. And so we were we were trying to deal with our issues. And there was a radio program that we listen to sometimes, I care what it was called. It's one with the man who wrote Arbor life, or something like that, and you life fly or something like that, where people David anyway, they had like a list of counselors, you know, like approved councils or whatever. So vice counts. Yes. Faith-based counseling. And so we found a counselor on this list, and we went and. We walked in and. It was this general very nice gentleman who was the counselor. But we shared. Both of us were like ugly crying sharing our issues, just open book. Yes, filter laid it out on the table. We told them everything that was going on. And. At the end of that he handed us this book called communication, Katie your marriage or senior marriage or something. I can't remember unsure. I'm sure it's a wonderful book. But it was very startling. I mean to this day I cannot believe that he did that. And then he told us we didn't need to come back. He told us he wouldn't need to see us again, this book in that will fix. It was very strange. And so, that's when we were thinking about this conversation. That's one of the things that came up and I actually never read the book, and like Michael said, I'm sure it's a great book, but. It just seems like. Like one of those little tiny bandages, you know, that you is the butterfly one's a really small ones are like for your knuckle, but yeah, I know the. The many. Yeah. That you're trying to put one of those little tiny bandages a gaping Rune that needed surgery. So Michael, what is an area of communication where you've realized like a point, maybe in our marriage, or in just in relationships in general or you realize that? You were communicating poorly. Can you think of a time that you became very aware of that? Think I kind of I don't recall, a specific instance, because I feel like I over the past several years. I've just over and over again, noticed and caught myself. Not really. Saying what I mean to say or not really listening to you. And you're like I'm going into discussion or an a disagreement or something like it's a debate that I intend to win or like or like it's a something that I'm trying to get something out of as opposed to. Coming to it like two people who want to preserve a relationship, but need to resolve something or need to need to exchange their thoughts or ideas and come to some kind of a meaningful middle ground, or whatever that whatever the outcome or whatever the desired outcome of the conversation would be I've begun to recognize selfishness in myself in those instances. And I've been trying to when I recognize it immediately address. It immediately take a step back from it in evaluate. Okay. What is it that I'm trying to accomplish here, and what are my priorities because I think that, that's one of the, that's one of the main things that, that I always found was a barrier to. To having healthy communication, for me is that I would lose sight of what's really important and it would become about the interaction and not about the larger picture, not about the larger issue, not about the relationship, and I think that those are things that I that preserving the relationship and keeping the issue at hand in mind as well as keeping as remembering especially like, in the case of marriage that the person that I'm talking to is not my adversary. They're not somebody that I need to conquer, or that or defeat in some way, this is not an interaction where there's a winner and a loser. And I have to had to train myself to stop thinking of it like that. And I still struggle with that. That's one of the things that I still know that I need to work on is that going into conversations, especially when we disagree about things. I have to remind myself that this isn't a competition. Sure, there's no winter. There's no loser here and I'm not going. Hin if I even accomplish what I think of as winning I will not be happy when it's. Sir. I think that's an interesting point. And it's something that I've heard kind of in different places. Is that? The real enemy is Satan, and he's causing this confusion, these things in our relationship, but you are not my enemy, Satan, as the enemy and. So that that's kind of informed. Informs all of this really. But one of the things I don't know that I had a defining moment. There is one moment that I can think of. Where I realized that I was not arguing for the right thing. And I think really it's just been seeing people communicate in healthy way really understanding, but these things that I was doing that. I thought were normal. They might be normal, but they're not good. They're not healthy. And I think that I'd kind of knew that there were some things that were not healthy. I remember watching an episode of friends, the one where Rachel and Phoebe decide to go running together and Rachel was horrified by the way that Phoebe runs. And so she avoids running with her. And she tells the other people, their other friends, why she's voiding it and whatever. And that always bothered me. I always felt like that wasn't. Right. But then if the same time I didn't really know how to do differently. Because I was it was. So what I had experienced a lot of passiveness and passive aggressiveness. And so. I knew that the way that I was used to communicating was not. The best but I didn't really know how to do differently and I mean somebody can say all day will just don't do that. But that's you really have to deal with the internal things that caused that. That's that's a, that's not a root issue. That is a secondary issue. That's the weed that you see that you have to pull up by the root, right? Where it or it doesn't doesn't leave because you'll never be able to frame it differently and sort in order for you to behave differently until you realize what your motivations are. Sure. So how'd you how have you seen the poor communication or unhealthy communication affect your life? Well. It. It's it, it makes it nearly impossible to have healthy relationships. Because I mean, there's inherently in any relationship, there's something that you need from the relationship, if we didn't need anything we could all go off in the mountains, and live, like hermits or whatever rise, but, but we, but we need interaction. We need relationships with other people. Assure on an emotional on a deep emotional level and. But when communication breaks down, you'll find that you'll never get the level of emotional, gratification from that relationship that you're looking for you won't your needs won't be met because you'll never get close. You never really have the relationship you want and the relationships that you have will not will never be as deep as they could be and that you most likely want or need them to be. I think that this is a fact my life. In that it has. Really prevented me. I think that in our relationship, it has caused arguments escalate. And I think that really with with, with in all my relationships, incentive communicating the heart of the issue. The real issue. I've communicated in a way that I believe will get me what I want or need. And so, I don't communicate directly. Or didn't communicate directly. I we communicate passively or manipulative -ly or. Just indirectly or dishonestly in sometimes out of a fear of rejection, or fear of abandonment and. So I've seen that, you know, particularly in our relationship, how dealing with it that way leads to argument esclation versus me sharing the heart. The real reason..

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"It's humbling, because like you can't you can't think you're better than anybody. If you get good this, you have to stop thinking, you're better than anybody ever. Sure. Awesome. That's a great story. I do think that, that I want to stop. I'm not sure that we've Infosys this enough but. This are all scriptural concepts. I think that, that God intended for us to be implementing that he actually spoke about. In scripture, but. For whatever reason that was just some kind of mental block. I guess that I had, and so I just I just want to make sure that we're stating that or get giving the credit to God for transforming us really for bringing out our issues and helping us to identify them. And to admit them, really and to deal with them appropriately unto learn to submit to him to allow him to work through us. And to trust him really that hit what his word says, is true that. You know it is. Not getting angry at someone on at accustomed, a sorry at an employer or coworker. Whatever on the phone who's yelling at you. You know. I could list off various scriptures that would apply to that situation. But it really is about trusting God to. Two. Deal with this situation to allow me to respond in a loving way. But also, you know, I can see how maybe in a situation like that somebody would feel the need to be aggressive in return to protect themselves. Or for any number of reasons, but trusting God enough and saying God says that this is the way that I should react. And so I'm gonna trust God that he's right. And that. If I do. What he says to do that, this will all turn out. Okay. And so I just really want to make sure that we're emphasizing that, that, that, while we're not quoting scripture after scripture after scripture after scripture, what we're really talking about is what it looks like to live out scripture, what it looks like on a day-to-day basis there's a lot of scripture, but we don't have a day to day account of anyone's life. In scripture, we have highlights. And so for me, one of the things that I struggle with is just knowing what it looks like on a day-to-day basis for these principles that are in scripture to be lived out. And I think that that's really what we're seeing is scripture lived out through our live lived in our lives and not that we deserve any credit. That's not what we're saying. We're not bragging. We're not really if. If what we're doing could be classified as bragging. It would be bragging on what God has done what he's done in us. What he's done for us. How east changed us because to be real, honest left to our own devices? We've seen where that's gotten us and I'm really thankful to not be in that place anymore. Absolutely. What's really? The, the testament really is that how long that I claim to be a Christ follower and did not understand that God had been telling me all this time, here's the way it's gonna work out really well for you. If you do it this way, if you do the way, I show, you things will go well, and I didn't, and I didn't trust him enough to, to do it that way. Right. I try I tried to do it the way I thought the way that seemed right to me. And, you know, we can go to scripture, great how that works out for the person. That's definitely true. And you know, sometimes it doesn't work out. Well, sometimes the other person doesn't react, the way we would like them to but doing things the way God asks us to and allowing the Holy Spirit to lead us is always the right thing to do regardless of the outcome. But anyways, I think we'll wrap things up here. I do want to let you know, we're going. This is going to be kind of a series of podcasts. We're going to kind of be sharing about what God is done and is doing in our lives, probably. They'll be a lot about communication and just in real transformation in our lives. Anything you wanna add Funchal? No, I'm just really looking forward to these conversations. I think that sitting here, even though there's a microphone between us sitting here just talking to you for. An hour has been really good. And I've really enjoyed it. So I'm looking forward to keep keeping us up also. Okay. We'll see next time. Thanks..

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

18:00 min | 3 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"But knowing the me that really is. And identifying where where I fall short or where I am and unsafe person because if I am in denial, if I'm unaware of, you know, the things that I struggle with, or the things that trigger me, then, you know, I can't address those things. And so I think it's super important to be self aware to be able to hear possibly negative feedback. And to not be offended by it to be open to knowing myself, really? I guess that would be stepping out of denial of who I am and really seeing myself as a complex person. We're back to that top again, because I think that really it comes down to me, not seeing my self as a complex person of only being willing to see the parts of myself that I want to see. And so I think that, that super important to spin aware of, who I am knowing myself really well, so that I can address. Issues that I'm having ways that I am an unsafe person, and then I can deal with them because we can't we have to bring things out into the light to address them. And if I don't, if I say that they're not there, then, you know, succour, obviously not going to get addressed. So I think that how about you, what do you think? Well, I'm drunk for my own personal experience. I guess, really and I know that the ways that I was an unsafe person, primarily were couple of couple of things. I had a tendency to enjoy spreading the news. You know, like if somebody told me something, and I found it, particularly interesting, I like to be a person, I like to be a person who has something interesting to say, and so I. I like to tell stories I liked to have a person's attention. And you know, that's maybe that's part of my love language, is, is that I like to be I like to communicate you know, like I feel like that's spending quality time, maybe I don't know that I like to have the person's attention and that makes me feel valued. And well, you know, it's real easy to manufacture that, if I've got some juicy details to tell you about so, and so who I heard about this other thing, and that's like detrimental to being safe person. Anyway, nobody's ever. Going to. Nobody's ever going to confide in you, not that, you know, you're just wanting to have everybody secrets necessarily, but that's part of building relationships is somebody feeling like they can open up to you, and you Supra casting, and being able to open up to them. But nobody's ever going to open up to you, if they feel like there's no way that they can. That they can be sure that that's not gonna be the next topic of gossip going around the soon as they shared. And so that's a barrier that had to be broken down. I had to learn that the that the relationship with that person who sharing thing with me is actually of more value than all the shallow fake interactions, that I would have sharing that information and the other thing, and I'm sure you can testify, this is that I tend to be a fixer. And you can't be fixer and a listener at the same time, it's okay to be able to lend advice, and to give people wise counsel, but you have to be a person who can. Shut off your thought process while you're in taking in what the person has to say. And my tendency was always to identify the problem as quickly as possible, and then wait for them to finish so that I can tell them the solution that I've already figured out and. For many reasons that's unhelpful most of the time. But in addition to that, it's, it's not respectful, really. And it's unwise, because once you shut off the listening, part of things, there's probably a lot more information that went by me, while I was figuring out the solution to problem that probably would have played into whatever advice I might have given them string second problem or another problem on problems. I've already said another problem with that is just because somebody shares, something with me doesn't mean they want it fixed. Or they want me to fix it. Sometimes sharing sharing things with somebody is just about building that intimate friendship. Sometimes it's just about me opening opening myself up to you. Okay. So I thought of two things while you're talking regarding the first thing about being a safe person like in, in not gossiping. I guess is really what it is. I can identify with that too, because I think that I would come to try to cheat this system. And I want to be close to people, I want to be accepted in a really easy way that I could do that is to bring up somebody else to talk about somebody else. I mean I feel like that's a pretty common thing that. What is the saying to, to enemies with the same enemy become friends, the enemy of my enemy is my friend? Yes. Yes. And so I've also heard the phrase common enemy intimacy. It's a really fast way to feel like. I'm intimate with this other person. But really, it's not real intimacy. It's, it's fake and it's detrimental, and it's hurtful to me to them into the person. We're talking about. And so, but that's that's a shortcut that I've tried to take that isn't really a shortcut. It's like the little red riding hood short shortcut that, you know, where you run into the wolf and it doesn't even have to be that your enemies with the person shared us be what they shared adversity. They surely, you know, bringing people, you know, a lot times, people will justify that sort of a haven as if we are just bearing each other's burdens. But that's not exactly what's happening in those case Sherman as you as you will know you could be sharing information about somebody that maybe you all do need to be praying for. But if that person has not asked you to share it or has not shared it themselves. Publicly speaking, then, you know, that's you're, you're really hurting that person by, by sharing sharing that even though you might feel like well we all should be praying about this. That's not your decision to make your ba- tree. There's a betrayal that's happening there. There's a there's a betrayal confidence in the charges of the trail of, of the intimacy that they had with you. Again. Yeah. And then the second thing while you were talking, I was just thinking about how. Affiliates. I it's a common thing that gets talked about about listening to answer versus listening to someone. And I think that sometimes I think that being part of being a safe person is. Allowing people to share without trying to fix or. Correct. I think that sometimes I get confused and think that, you know, I have to help this person, I have to fix the situation completely forgetting that. You know, the best comforter or the best healer or the best fixer. You know, the fixer of the universe has this person in their care. And so I'm kind of taking on that role making myself God in their life, or God, at least in my own mind. And obviously for you know, that, that's not a good thing ever placing myself in the role of God. It's not. Good or valuable or right? And so, yeah, I definitely I could definitely see how that would make me person. But I also see value as part of being a safe person, just kind of along that same vein is just allowing people to share. Sometimes God, God does work through that. I've seen God worked through that someone just sharing and trust. And meet as a listener trusting that God is going to work out. Whatever it is that he's going to lead me to react, just the right time. But one of the things that comes to mind. Is. Just interviews. I've listened to between a really good interviewer, and an interviewee and the sometimes the person who's being interviewed goes on, and on and on for a long time. And. It can be frustrating like if it seems like they're lying or whatever, but a good interviewer knows to let it go to let them talk because, you know, in a lot of interviews that I've seen the person who's being interviewed in up. Processing through whatever it is. And admitting things that they've never admitted before or sating things that have never been stated before and. It allows them to come off the pedestal of defense to take themselves out of the defense and just be a real person. Just elegant neutral person. Who's not being attacked. And I think that that's really important to being a safe person. So. We've been learning these things over the last few years. Can you describe? How these things how learning the things that we've learned has changed, our family life and maybe just starting with you, as a person how it's changed you. And then maybe I guess how that has. Changed our family. Well, I think first of all, in my line of work, I'm in IT. I'm specifically and IT support, which means I'm dealing with people with problems all day. And to be honest, this concept like catapulted me in my career demonstrating to people that I understand this concept, and that I can handle customer service at a very high level, and as well as have the technical knowledge to do what it is that needs to be done. Demonstrating that I can do that has gotten me. The jobs progressively more responsible and higher paying jobs that I've that I've moved through in the last. Five seven seven five seven years. Because people understand that. That anybody can learn the technical side of what I two it's, it's not that difficult. I mean it it requires specialization but it's not that difficult to do, but not everybody. It takes a level of maturity, and self awareness and. Not to say that I've arrived or anything, but it, it, it takes takes development to get to the point where you can listen to somebody's problems, even if they are just absolutely tear you apart. And you put yourself in their shoes and understand how they're feeling and that shades your interpretation of their description of the problem. Cherry that shades your. Your feelings that you might be having about. How they're speaking to you. And it really. Allows you to operate from a much more professional standpoint. Once you have kind of processed through those things in the moment and allow yourself to just get down to the business of, of doing your job. As a matter of fact, I had a really, really difficult interaction sin when we moved from California to Texas about five years ago, I had a really difficult interaction with. Somebody not long after I started working where I where I initially got got the job and it was. It was very stressful. At the time. But. You know, I could tell that the person was frustrated, I did it was it was very difficult for me, not to retaliate. But the first thing that popped into my head was. Man, if I didn't know what this problem was if, if I was on his end and I didn't know what I already now chair, I would feel terrible and frustrated and lost. Right. And I would probably be yell in whoever was on the other end of the phone to. Right. And. Assume as I. Could feel empathy for him. As soon as I could put myself in his shoes, it allowed me to just to express that empathy to him and say, man, I really know how how this must feel for you. I'm really sorry. I understand. It's not your job to know this stuff, but I know. But I know what this is. And I'll take care of for you. And I promise we'll have you been running just a few minutes. And we did and everything was fine and he apologized afterwards. And, you know, because he was speaking to me, very rudely. And I've told that story in every interview I've had since then and I. And almost all of those they've offered me the job. I haven't taken all the jobs, but they offered me the job afterward, because that's and that's been really impressive. I've been asked in second interviews to retail that story. And to me, just think you know why doesn't everybody know this. But then I realized I didn't know this for really long time and, and carrying that over once I realized help fact that was in my professional life carrying that over into other aspects of my life. I can't I know we've talked a lot about celebrate recovery, and I don't mean for this to be the celery recovery podcast. But that's one of the things that I I started doing I started realizing as we were going through. Celebrate recovery was that these things that I struggle with. These things that I have experienced with, and an I start to recognize those things in other people. It makes me feel a lot more sympathetic to what, what their choices for to the choices that they make that I might otherwise disagree with or the. Problems that they have that maybe I, maybe I have had in the past or maybe I maybe never had. But even so I can look at them and put myself in their place. And think, oh, I can see how you would get there. I can see why you might do that. I can see how hard that might be sure and. It..

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

16:00 min | 3 years ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"Welcome to cleaning. I'm michael. And I'm Hannah this podcast is all about how our relationships marriage in our family are impacted by God's grace and work in our lives each week, we will intentionally have transparent conversations about who we are what we're learning and where we're seeing God in our lives. Listen in as we show these conversations. Hi. Welcome to the podcast. I'm Michael, and I'm Hannah this is our first podcast. We're really excited to be sharing ourselves with you. So the first thing we're going to do is share our selves with you Haning. Why don't you tell us a little bit about who you are? So I'm married to Michael. We've been married for seventeen years. We have five teenagers things are pretty hectic. These days, I work full-time in a job that I am very thankful for, but not destined for. I've been blogging for thirteen years. And I've been on the leadership team of local celebrate recovery for four years. And I am currently intentionally pursuing migraine of being a professional writer speaker. And putt Kester Michael, what about you? Well, I am married to Hannah. As you could probably already tell. And I have we've been like she said, we've been married for seventeen years now, and we're very happy, but just now really learning how to be happy. I work in a job that I feel comfortable in, but I never feel like that's who I really am. That's probably true. A lot of people, I'm in IT, but I feel like a musician that's who I feel like I am. I have also been active in celebrate recovery for the last several years, five years, I believe, getting close to, and I've been. Active in my church. I'm a ministry leader at my church. I run the audio visual and technology ministry, and I am trying to find ways to serve God. In my strengths, more and more. So that's kind of who I am. And where I where I am right now, one of the things that's happened to us over the last few years is just that we've as Michael said, we've learned how to how to be happy in, in our marriage in our family, and that's really translated into as being able to pass those things onto our kids and kind of make them, the standard of living in our family. And so that's kind of something that we wanna we wanna talk about. We wanna talk about kind of where we've come from and how we've gotten to where we are now and maybe a little bit about what we're pursuing, and how we're growing, and how God is leading us where we currently are. So Michael, what do you think? What are some of the things that you some of the beliefs that you that you have held that have changed the last few years, maybe just not necessarily just beliefs, but major lifestyle shifts that have happened over the last few years. What do you think some of the major ones are? Well, I think one of the major major things that's shifted, in my perception of things is that I've begun to understand the concept of empathy and try to actually implement that in my life. And this is not a sonata concept. That's new to me or that was just, you know, due to some Piff any that I had, but I have through through celebrate recovery as well. I mean that influence things as well, but also through other internet personalities that I am familiar with that, I that I listen to. I, I was introduced to this idea of, of out of imagining people complexly and realizing that people are more than what I see them. And I, I think previous to that I had a very one dimensional view of people outside myself. I could always think of myself as having a complex thoughts and motivations and struggles and. But I held everyone else to a standard that I wouldn't hold myself, too because to me, everybody else was one dimensional was a character in the play that revolved around me. And so that is something that I've been actively working to change. And it's really even since been since before we, we moved here, taxes and got involved in, in the churches. Celebrate recovery ministry, that's the idea of learning empathize with people, and that's been one of the main one of the big things that's changed in my perception of things as well. Another thing that's, that's changed is. Realizing. And it's kind of, I guess coupled with that same idea. But realizing that. Everybody. Is a lot more like me than I realize, because while I y well, I said earlier, that it's easy to forgive myself for things, and that I wouldn't forgive other people for. It's also easier for me to see other people as being better than me. Because I again, I only see the side of them that they want me to see and realizing that that's not all there is just because in the same way that I don't show every all of me to everyone else. I realized that they, they don't show, all of them to me either, and so that's gone to be really helpful in areas like having confidence and. The fears that I had before and isolating myself from people because I just didn't feel worthy to be involved in relationships. I didn't feel worthy to have friendships because I thought that I was just not good enough. I thought it was not. On the same level as everybody else that I so. So can I ask you a question about what you mentioned? I about seeing people complexly. So without putting our own perceptions onto scripture, do you see that playing out in scripture, do you, do you see? Where that is a biblical concept. Or do you think that that's really apart? Do you think it's unbelievable in the sense that it's not it's not a biblical concept? It's just a life lesson. Or do you see that play out scripture, it'll? I think that scripture really, hints at it basically, in the idea that you're not. You know, you don't always take people at face value that, but there's more to people, and it talks about how God sees people that way, you know, we see the outside of a person, but God sees inside they seize the heart and it talks about how the, the actions that a person on the outside of a person. Oftentimes are an overflowing of what's inside the person. But also that there's this idea of a lot of people who like the whitewash tombs, the, you know, they're really pretty on the outside, but inside there's something completely different than what they're than than what they're portraying. And a lot of that has to, you know, these biblical concepts of hypocrisy and. Has a really negative connotation sometimes. But the same time I think that it goes to this idea of. Of empathy of realizing that there is. That if there is this, this inner man, that exists in all of us that God sees that he was willing to sacrifice so much for us in there must be something redeeming that, if there's something redeeming, in made in there's gotta be something redeeming in U2.. Sure, one of the things I think that I've kind of real a realization that I've come to. I've read scripture, my whole life, and I, particularly love reading love reading the New Testament to, but I find a lot of connection in the Old Testament characters kind of what you were telling you were talking, I was thinking about the twelve patriarchs and kind of where they started out, you know, selling Joseph to the. Ishmaelites right. And you know, kind of their story throughout Genesis. And then into the end of it where. They become the twelve patriarchs in God uses the tribes are named after them. And so I just I definitely see that for sure. It's very interesting. Another thing that I that I thought of while you were talking is. I guess that's a theme throughout scripture. It's a theme of God of like reading scripture, and seeing these terrible people or these terrible circumstances. But somehow, God, finds something redeeming in them, and I guess that's really applicable to us. You know, he looked at me and saw something. Some redeeming quality in me. Maybe it's just that I made in his image. I don't know. But, but then also, you know, throughout scripture, they're these promises, these things that he said that, that, that God tells us like repeatedly in the new the New Testament, he talks about as being a new creation. And I think I used to really read those as being like something to strive for something to hope for, but that's really truth. And. But it's not just truth for me. It's truth for you to. And so, you know, it's super important for me to identify who I am and Christ. But in that same vein. It's also important for me to recognize it all of those promises and things that, that scripture says about me, it's saying them about you, too. And so it's really imperative I guess too. Recognize myself that also recognize you. And I think that, that really speaks to the whole scene people complexly. I don't have the benefit of seeing someone's heart or knowing what's in their heart, but God does. And so I just trust him with that. I guess, and, and just love people through things really gets down to like this idea of, what the golden rule really is the golden rule is essentially telling you to put yourself in that person's place. Yeah. Like whatever you do put yourself in their place. And then decide for yourself how you would want you to act in that situation. I definitely I definitely see that playing itself out in our family life, just in thinking about myself, and in dealing with your shoes. I mean I obviously I have my own issues too, but it's a lot easier for me to justify myself and empathize. With myself. Because I know. I know myself really well, but then learning to Kenneth really see past the things that I disliked about you. To see who you really are to see your real heart and not a to define you by these few characteristics, that bothered me or that I didn't like so I can definitely see that playing it self out in our family life in just being able to empathize with you. But then also being able to improvise with our kids into CR kit to see past whatever our kids are doing in whatever way, they're acting out to sea. Do not see the fighting but to see the motivation behind the fighting the heart behind the fighting and to understand what they're going through, and to be able to maybe redirect, their heart or their thoughts, or even help them identify what it is that they're thinking, and feeling that is causing them to act out in whatever way, they're acting out. So I think that for me, definitely the sink, people complexly that's definitely been something that. As been has changed for me. But or something that I've learned but also learning that I can that I can share my feelings that it safe to share. My feelings won't be asleep. Always safe to share my feelings, but there are, but me learning to be safe person learning what it means to be a safe person, and the, the phrase that comes to mind is that it takes one to know one, I used to say that when we were kids and so learning to be a safe person to not repeat things that I repeat conversations that I have with other people, and just generally learning to be a safe person has helped me to identify other safe people and. To be able to share things. Feelings. And I think that kind of as a family, you and I have both grown in being willing to listen to the other feelings, but also just identify to think about what we're thinking about and what we're feeling so that we can. Talk about real things and not fight about the underwear on the floor or something when we're really feeling rejected or abandoned as I feel like that, that has really transformed. Our family life. Do you do you do you see that as well? Or is that I think I think it is. And I was going to ask you a question to kind of follow up with that. I agree with you. It is of extreme importance that we learn learn to be safe to find safe environments, and to be safe people, what do you think are some of the things that have to change like Kaji identify some of the things that have to change for you for a person to go from not being safe person to, to being a safe person somebody that can really not just open up, but can be opened up to. I really think that it has a lot to do with being self-aware with knowing myself really well, and not just knowing the me that I want to be..

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