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Tara Brach: Radical Compassion
"Known for her pioneering work integrating western psychology with eastern spiritual traditions in this very moving discussion tower talks about her dedication to social activism and how it fueled her interesting meditation and the transformation of consciousness from a young age she shares. How living in an Ashram for twelve years laid the groundwork for several Buddhist Meditation Practices. She would later. Discover such as Jonah practice. The Pasta in Zog Chin Tower compares the benefits of each of these. And how each has deeply informed the development of her own unique practices especially those focused on self compassion tower and I also discussed her thoughts on radical compassion and what it means for compassion to be an all inclusive active and embodied expression in the world tower considers how we might shine a light of awareness on both personal and political biases and furthermore. How might Konate this aspiration despite our deepest conditioning? I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too. I heard something interesting. You said you led to an Ashram for a while I did. I wish an Ostrom community. It's kind of a Yoga Meditation Ashram for about eleven years. That was in Boston. It was in Boston and then in Washington area. Also there were ashrams around the country as very intense Saad Nar spiritual discipline and we'd get up at four in the morning each morning and do two and a half hours of yoga meditation and chanting and Prayer and then work for community businesses. You know so service was really T- and teach yoga. It was really built in part of part of it. What tradition what. You'll go traditional Clinton lead yoga. All the group was three eight. Joe Healthy happy. Holy Oh wow yeah so it was that Yogi Bijon. Yes yes so was he the Goo at the Ahead internationally there were teachers in different local communities also and so. How do you come across those teachings? Well it's curious because I didn't think I was on my way to that when I when I was in college. I was a very much of a social activist. I was involved with tenants rights organizing community organizing and very much kind of my family. My parents were very liberal and engaged so I was planning to go to Cornell law school and carry forth and then I started doing yoga for health. You know it just seemed like a wholesome thing to do and I would go to these rallies or meetings and people would be in. There'd be a lot of aggression a lot of them and then I go to a yoga class. And I'd there'd be this peaceful feeling that come over and kind of unitive feeling. I remember one nine in particular right after Yoga class walking in the spring evening and I paused and it was like my body and my mind or in the same place at the same time and I just had the sense. This is what I cherish. This is what I really need. And then there was a pause. And then this is what the world really needs so I went from kind of radical politics radical inquiry into the nature of awareness and compassion and rather than going to law school. I went and joined an Ashram where I'd been doing the people that were teaching. Yoga and the next decade shift dry in terms of external. Going to your plan to go to law school you're involved in activism activism and then you found this place of peace. Hell were you a distant. I must've been about nineteen ninety. Yeah you know I was. I was very much into wanting the world to be a peaceful more loving place but what became so clear is that that transformation is only possible by transforming consciousness. So that's what kind of turn my attention inward more. It's like how am I at peace? Am I living from love? Those kind of questions and it just became clear that that's where I needed to pay attention and felt like those like two different totally different experiences. There's this place where there was a lot of energy worked up energy the activism and it sounds like maybe. I'm putting words in your mouth but it was like this idea that division will division sort of helps solve division in a way or and but then there was also this other space in the yoga world where you were feeling personal unification between like your mind and your body and somehow you saw that as an answer to what you were trying to solve with the activism as well beautifully too. So you are. You're still had the same mission in a sense absolutely would just picking up different tools the mission if I had to say what it was is transformation a world. That's more you know just loving happy place and of course I was very aware of my own suffering and realized that both for my own healing and for the world's healing that we need to be paying attention to how internally we judge Jim we blame and we're aggressive and we're grasping and greedy and it just became more clear to me that that needed attention. I very quickly. I found myself wanting to be engaged in the world again in more Political ways but I but I did go slow at it and I have reentered over the decades so what was Ashram life like. Because you said you were getting up at four. Am Doing Asada. What does Assad no look like in that tradition tradition? You take a culture. That's the first thing. That's very yogi. Yogi yeah take a cold shower and then gather with in this case sixty other people and do some very vigorous yoga we were. It's a linear Yoga's are at least at that. Time was very athletic. Yoga how very energetic and then do meditations are creosote chant and you come into silence also and some prayers and and go into the world and be of service that was that was the notion so then when you also training to be a yoga teacher as well very quickly. 'cause I took to the Oga. I love the ogre and back then I was super flexible and it came to me really naturally so I came very actively yoga teacher and teaching in Boston at the center there and and loved it. It was great. There's an irony to it that I I looked like this fabulous. Yogi back then. 'cause I'm My joints are very. Everything's very elastic. It turns out I have a genetic disorder that leads to hypermobility so that over time. Not only was yoga. Not Good for me. It was actually now. I have to be really careful and it was. It was quite an ego teaching. 'cause I was rather proud of I was in vain Yogi so it was very humbling to you know. Find out that I got to a point that I got very sick. Where when the disorder actually really showed itself more fully. When I was in my early fifties and to the point that couldn't really walk up inclines. My knees were so bad and for about I was in a downward spiral for about eight years and then seemed to Plateau and now I've built up out of it so actually doing okay. But that was one of those life experiences it actually gave rise to writing my second book true refuge because I had a face that I might not have a body that lasted long. While it was alive. Couldn't do much. And so how could I find peace and love and happiness? No matter what you know sense at the at the Ashram Your Yoga and therefore your body was in a sense. You're refuge at that time in a way you might say right. It was. It was an easy access to feeling good because I do the yoga and feel really energized and vibrant and alive. And then I'd sit still and meditation I. I also took well to concentration. I would practice concentrating and I'd get very still very fast and it was very rewarding while so many so did you have experiences of the subtle body through that practice in terms of Kunda lenient. Those sort of things that did was that part of that experience of the Ashram for you. So I'll take care and language here because I think there's a lot of misunderstandings about the the different levels of subtle energy bodies and so on sign. I don't WanNA claim to be some master subtle energy body experience so more. I would say that the the Buddhist understanding of Jonah is actually more useful in this. Which is that. There was enough collecting and settling when. I get quiet that there are feelings of tremendous piece welby and one s unit feelings and then when I left the Ashram and started going deeper into mindfulness. It produced more wisdom
Sometimes a Planet Can Manifest It's Energy Through a Person
"Because I want to demonstrate how sometimes a planet can manifest it's energy a person fixed extinction bellion he's an activist organisation based in the U. K. and the funding to do some details Kim Co founded a Jar Hallam hermit ladies the other person that but we need to back in time base so I think probably the best I'll make sure provide linkin so if the putting into the New Statesman 'cause that's covers who All the information about the Organization and what an up to digital output thinks to Mr Hallam's website itself and his treaty his book Coletta which is now called publishing deal for so we bite so this could watch Tom was born in Manchester and in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine he moved to Wales and started up nice organic farm and thought he do edgy book season and for at least two years running that was an inorder inordinate amount of rain and his crops ruined he wondered what it was about and the ads often a pig Baena bouncer but something wherever ended up at university and did degree in Activism canoes into the existed I think it's a king's quality number one in his first year university he we second year or something I don't know how many days doesn't investment that's happened he decided to go on hunger strike doc because the university themselves what contributing towards foresaw summit rather and he didn't Kareem event now so the man himself Mr Hallam is a tourist and Send Me Speaking Tureians aunt rebellious type people wanted to some studies on philosophy and this muscle memory skips minute he was a tourist but generally speaking as a general rule tours is didn't entrusted Passe in activism rocking the boat changing the world or any of these things that's note will tours is about so how did someone with sudden tours get that stage case it is wary now he's been in prison until ten he's just come out where we still at work with Scripts Quality Twenty Six folks are he's being released not too sure combine it was in court on the fourteenth Barrow Mavis Imprison for bribes imprisoning book deal for them book though for let's do some background this why would anybody want to be an activist what is about what's inner child that might suggest that as something that is possible so let's just go through the don't have both Tommy ages to find out where he was born but he's stepney-born in Manchester Anti Stat was Sabbatical Warehouse Purse and so he doesn't come from an upper caste poche family from and he's so we know what state your birth place fantasy details companies house and companies view after obesity in fact just start researching squad eweek Scott I'm so we've got said it's get this chance home so let's displayed what he's talking about the son is in chorus and regardless of the day malls is also tourists and the two very talked more dump them in the lesson degree appall so mas is the god of war this is who you are so that would accentuate his venditti to be manipulated in some way avid downs Loyd to Mars conjuncture the sun is that you could be angry to daily do all the time could skip cross about stuff the positive side to Moscow junked the sun is that you might be physically quite active now he birds suffer system would he does have his mercury in the sign of aries so even though he's a tourist he's got his nano contain how many toys it's on with my Korean areas it's not and when you met treason ABC's and aristotle forgets will buy mouse you're going to be things mentally quite swiftly as a fossil now if he had she doesn't but if you had his mother in tours we wouldn't be having anything batsman toll be an activist any shake phobos is but the tweet is not quite so she has met Kunda totally different sign from his sons
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast
"As you calm, your mind and body begin to inhale and exile through your nose. Inhale trust. Ex hale. Dow. Inhale trust. Exhale doubt. You may place your hands in the Kunda Leany mood, dry, Taub, you feel connected to others and to the world around, you powerful Modra with your hands in front of your chest. Your palms, facing your chest make a fist with your left hand and extend your index finger upward as if you are making the number one. Position with your finger take your right hand and wrap. Your right fingers around your left index finger, that's extended upward. And then with your right thumb tap, it over the top of your left index finger. Is you can necked it too. Everything around you..
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on WBAI
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"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Podcast network a daily wires Andrew klavan show. My words what I say. He's everything to me. It is what I do. I go around even in private life. I go around lying to people. Go around saying, I believe one thing when I believe something else. I'm violating core principles of my profession. The Andrew klavan show. Download and subscribe at apple podcasts. And the Westwood One podcast that free free from the Westwood One podcast network. A better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. How you feeling today? Stressed anxious lost confused or have you found a way to feel more centered? I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent one of my favorite times of the day. Is when I meditate it's true, no matter where I am or how busy I am. I always try and carve out at least fifteen minutes to sit by myself and just reflects what am I thankful for today? What can I do better? How can I be better? A recent report by the NIH found almost a third of the US adults now use healthcare approaches that are not typically part of conventional medical care or that may have origins outside of usual western practices, meditation and yoga are both forms of complementary medicine if you've never tried yoga. There's hop than Jasa ashtanga younger Kunda, Delaney Jeeva multi crumb, find the practice. That's right for your mind. Andrew body. I'm back Sanjay. Gupta, helping you live a better life. Warning. If you're drowning in debt you can't afford, do not let the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you to know is that there's actually a way to.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is when I meditate it's true, no matter where I am or how busy I am. I always try and carve out at least fifteen minutes to sit by myself and just reflects what am I thankful for? Today. What can I do better? How can I be better? A recent report by the NIH found almost a third of the US adults now use healthcare approaches that are not typically part of conventional medical care or that may have origins outside of usual western practices, meditation and yoga are both forms of complementary medicine if you've never tried yoga. There's hop. The the NASA ashtanga younger Kunda Delaney Jeeva Mukti B, find the practice. That's right for your mind. Andrew body. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life. You're listening to Russia's week in review the views expressed by the hosts on this program have riveted. In the nation for thirty years. The views expressed by the hosts on this program dazzle. Million. Every hour. They view was expressed by the host on this program are documented to be almost always right? Ninety nine point eight percent of the time. And that's why people are dazzled. Summer infuriated at the same time, it still dazzled telephone number. If you wanna.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Strub yours over time. Our cars show particularly concerned about the United. United mine workers of America spent a good deal of time in my office. Because I believe we owe them so much. I'm not a big supporter of cold. I am a big supporter of the coal miners and their have retirement benefits on Gerry Adams. The overwhelming consensus of our democratic. Is that to reopen the government and the president needs to stop holding people hostage in fifteen on is completely unnecessary border wall Kunda? That protects people is not the on. So they weren't whether he obviously works on places who's your captain, Howie Carr. Now, yet Paul Manafort giving poll data leading to this Winston misstated my position, I never said. There was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not. Not a single play. States committed the only video inspired with the Russians hack the DNC Julio. Oh, we. He went to his office. We went to his office. Super Russell building. We went to the floor. He's not he's not. Building four hundred thousand people don't have paychecks. So where's? The good and find him because those lawmakers went to the wrong office McConnell works out of the majority leader's space in the capital, which the lawmakers would have made it to pass on their way to the Senate side to try to make their point Broome swamp. Saxon moon bounce beware. It's Howie Carr. Welcome.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on KGO 810
"Have you found a way to feel more centered? I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent one of my favorite times of the day. Is when I meditate it's true, no matter where I am or how busy I am. I always try and carve out at least fifteen minutes to sit by myself. And just reflects what am I thankful for today? What can I do better? How can? I be better. A recent report by the NIH found almost a third of the US adults now use healthcare approaches that are not typically part of conventional medical care or that may have origins outside of usual western practices, meditation and yoga are both forms of complementary medicine if you've never tried yoga there's hot the the NASA ashtanga younger Kunda Leany Jeeva Mukti be crumb find the practice. That's right for your mind. Andrew body. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you better life bachelor show. Politics and current affairs. We're talking on the John bachelor show on geo eight cents. Nassar. So the New York Times always treating us on a Friday night. When ordinarily no big news brings forth the story from sources that following Donald J Trump's decision to jettison, Mr. Komai from the FBI for 'cause the FBI note, this the FBI no names open an investigation into whether Mr. Trump was an enemy agent. Whether Mr. Trump was working for the. Kremlin. Now, we're also told repeatedly over the weekend by various dignified sources that the FBI investigation was not about Donald Trump. But was about Russia. If you're confused I was confused. So I'm very happy that my colleague, Thaddeus McCotter is here. WJR the great voice of the Great Lakes. Andrew McCarthy is here writing a column on Fox News to clarify is he very confusing. Cross purpose news we have from the times and then time sympathetic commentators. That it wasn't about Trump. And the New York Times story at first struck me as a non story because we know the FBI's invetment investigating Donald Trump at least since the beginning of twenty six team. But the idea that the FBI was investigating Russia and not Trump. How did they come to that reasoning Andy good evening to good evening, John? Well, I think you're quite right. That the. It's a story that the times did on Friday was essentially a case of. Suggesting that there was news in a place where there was no news because the FBI under the auspices of the Russia investigation the investigation by the FBI into Russia's potential hacking of democratic Email accounts was going on probably since late twenty fifteen. It was under the auspices of the Russia investigation that the FBI began investigating a threat of that investigation. Namely, the question, whether the Trump campaign was in cahoots with the Kremlin. They began investigating that no later than mid twenty sixteen. That's the investigation that became known as crossfire hurricane on the FBI's files where they name investigations. But the point is that Donald Trump. Was clearly being investigated as of mid twenty sixteen and the only thing that happened in may twenty seventeen when Jim Komi was fired as FBI director is the FBI appears to have formally opened as a paper fact on their files a case on Trump, which was simply an overt or more overt acknowledgement of something they had been covertly doing for year. So I I agree that there's no news there. Although it's very interesting that they try to turn it into a spectacular story. But what about the part where they claim that? It wasn't an investigation on Trump. But it was an investigation of of Russia. That's where I got lost in. I can't I can't follow bridge too deeply, but at that point. They completely finessed me. I didn't understand what the difference was. Yeah. Really a difference. Although John, it is a it is a as some president used to say a teachable moment in the sense that we have been discussing among the three of us along with daddy s for the last two years. The fact that a counterintelligence investigation is very different from a criminal investigation because a criminal investigations targeted at a finite crime that is suspected to have occurred, whereas counterintelligence investigation can be a sprawling intelligence gathering or information gathering exercise that doesn't have any natural parameters. And this is a good example of it. The FBI was investigating as a counterintelligence matter the interference. Mainly by as they call it cyber espionage by Russia into the twenty sixteen election trauma time long before the twenty sixteen election happen and somewhere along the line in that investigation, a tentacle attached itself, which was this possibility that the Trump campaign was involved in that effort, so you can see just by looking at that one example, how a counterintelligence investigation spreads from one premise to another branch of the investigation. So what happened here John is they start out investigating Russia's hacking of democratic Email accounts at some point in time. They begin to suspect that the Trump campaign, maybe in cahoots with Russia, and the Trump may be the beneficiary of that of Russia's effort in a in a. Cui Bono sort of sense. And then that becomes its own sort of sprawling investigation, which has we've seen has had its own tentacles. So this whole thing Ramaphosa is because it's unlike a criminal investigation. It doesn't have a natural beginning in a natural end that we have discovered by we continue to look fabulous. Yeah. So wide Putin want call me, he called up Trump and set fire. Jim call me, save the say, the former Soviet Union. Why why was that? So now's there. I think my understanding is Putin doesn't even like to be photographed around people who were tall because it makes them feel small. So maybe it was told me that bothered the Russian dictator. I don't know. But I, you know, I thought that that Trump flyer Komi for any reason. And this by the way, includes the the reason the reason that the administration put out. I think Coby told me was fired by President Trump because of two reasons number one. Comi was privately telling Trump he wasn't a suspect while making public statements that that put public suspicion on Trump as a suspect which dropped the drove Trump crazy, and and somewhat understandably so and second related -ly because of that I think Trump came to personally and everything is personal with with Mr. Trump Trump came to personally disliked me because of that untenable situation and began to have some buyer's remorse because he considered removing Komi when he first came into office and decided to leave him in place. And then I think he became regretful that that he had taken that step. So I think between those two things those are the reasons that Colby was fired. I don't think even the reason that the Justice department put out. That was initially held out by the administration as the basis for firing namely the way he handled or mishandled the Hilary Clinton Email investigation. I don't really think I think that that was a colorful basis removing call me if you needed a reason, but I don't think it would actually Trump's reason. And then the overlay of all this. Of course, is that the president doesn't need a reason to fire any subordinate executive official. He could fire him because he woke up on Tuesday morning, and you felt like firing somebody. So there you have it. But I don't think it had anything to do with Mr Putin. I wanna stay with the revelation of the New York Times at the FBI open an investigation following Mr. Trump firing Mr. combing one FBI who at the FBI the seventh floor, we know them all well now, Andy, no, everyone in them. We also know in those nine or ten days rod Rosenstein got involved in some fashion thinking about wearing a wire. So rather than use the the great big fancy the FBI investigated. Trump aren't we talking about McCabe disgraced priest up fired or exited Baker resigned Strock disgrace page disgrace. Aren't we talking about actors? We've come to know so well as either non-transparent or double-dealing, so it wasn't the FBI than it. Open an investigation. It was the wrong part of the gang that had investigated. Trump under false pretenses the previous year and looking to cover their tracks in some fashion or even dislodge Mr. Trump with the incredible charge of obstruction. Why else would rod Rosenstein, entertain the idea of wearing a wire, it looks like they all got together and said, this is our moment. Let's go for it. Isn't that credible for what they did end? Yeah. Yeah. Well, I do think John that it's it's fair not only fair, but important to point out that when we talk about the FBI is an institution we're talking about thirty five thousand people, including about thirteen thousand agents, most of whom are dedicated pro American patriotic apolitical in terms of their job performance professionals. And we should always dare that in mind. And it's a shame that this whole episode has tainted the good work. All I do. That's why that's why indicated the seventh floor. We know the seventh floor very well. Now, that's the leadership. The whole FBI was not being polled about open an investigation on a sitting president. It was a handful of people. Yes. And I think John that also it's you know, I I've heard this curious point put out over the last few days at the FBI is this on its own. That is open this case without. Participation? From the Justice department, which seems laughable to me because we've learned that during this nine days in may. With apologies to Burt. Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. During these nine days in may. We know that McCabe had discussions with Rosenstein, we think instigated by Rosenstein about potentially wiring up, you know, doing eavesdropping on the president for purposes of trying to call together a case. Invoking the twenty fifth amendment. The suggestion that the president was incapacitated. The thought that they would discuss that. But that the FBI would keep it from the Justice department that on paper, they hit opened the case on the president is like saying that somebody would do the Bank robbery wouldn't jaywalk. The idea here is simply that they on paper in their filing system specified, but President Trump was under investigation, which again to me doesn't change anything that was going on the previous year. Trump was always under investigation, and to take it a step further in terms of what you're talking about the people who were running the FBI and the people who were the hierarchy of the Justice department working together here. It has always seemed to me that once President Trump shocked the world and very much shocked. The Washington establishment by winning the election, which nobody thought that he would win it suddenly dawned on the people who are running the investigation here that in ten weeks. Donald Trump was going to have access to the intelligence files of the government and. And therefore would know that this investigation had taken place something that they thought they would never have to reveal because of course, Hillary Clinton was going to win and they were doing it as counterintelligence anyway. So we're going to become was going to be classified and deeply under wraps. So I think once they knew that they had to things that they had to do first of all a narrative needed to be created and stoked that that justified. The investigation that they had undertaken remember if Hillary Clinton had won the election. We would never again have heard about Russia or Donald Trump or collusion. This is something that became an issue after Hilary lost. And I think they needed to to create a narrative and and lay out the groundwork that when Trump was in a position to reveal this investigation. It would already seem to the. That the investigation was necessary because there was suspicion that Trump had been in cahoots with Russia, and that's why you had all the leaking. And I think it's why you had President Obama, for example, the man that the intelligence agencies do a report and have it done and publicized before he left office. Even though that kind of report, and the government would usually take months if not over a year the second problem they had was they wanted to continue the investigation after Trump was president. And the only way you could do that was to make him feel unthreatened by the investigation the way, you do that obviously is how they did it which was to tell him. He was not a suspect and the way they rationalize that is that his name was not on any file, and he wasn't named in any FIS a warrant as a target. But the framework of the investigation was to focus on people who were around Troy. Which meant you couldn't investigate them without necessarily investigating him. So they needed to create a situation where they could look them in the eye and tell him he was not under investigation. Even though they were quite actively investigating him. Because if they had told him he was under investigation. He would clearly have cleaned house and the Justice department soon as he was inaugurated fat McCotter, and I are talking to Andrew McCarthy we're talking about serial claims by the New York Times that it the investigation was opened after Mr. Trump fired Mr. Comey, and it wasn't about Mr. Trump was about comedy women, come back savage, and I will discuss the news from ABC that don't expect much from the Miller report don't expect much don't expect much. I'm John Batchelor. This is a job show..
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Hundreds of thousands of Kunda piece, you're looking at the country, billions of cones and maybe by hand every year. That'd be huge time cost right at the huge expense for these farmers. That's so crazy. And I don't think anybody really realizes that. That's part of what goes into growing these trees and making sure they're ready for that Christmas tree lot. That is so much work. It's so much work without anything. It's just it's incredible. Finally, just to move on real quick talk to us about this other thing called the collaborative for germplasm evaluation project. And this is all I mean, this is all about getting new trees, so that they don't get affected by something called root rot. We've been talking a lot about what are called culture techniques. Basically, how can you adjust your farming practices to improve the output of your tree? One thing. We haven't talked about yet is the genetic side of the genetics front one of the most vicious projects related to Christmas trees project Cole cofer short for collaborative for germplasm evaluation project. And that is this multi. Institutional nationwide effort to identify among other things new species of per tree or the Christmas tree market between thirty and forty for the world. The exact number depends on who you ask and I won't get into that. But only a small handful of those are currently grown for the North American Christmas, tree market and two of the most popular trees are particularly susceptible to this thing called the root caused by a water mold and a tree that comes down with it condi- in a matter eight so the big problem in America's biggest tree growing states in Turkey for trees that are resistant to route route. So right now, one of the goals of the coke works project is to grow Turkish trees in Michigan Pennsylvania, North Carolina walking, I think Oregon's in there. They're probably missing a couple. But one of the goals of the project needs to see how adaptable these trees are in different US climate and the goal is to find, you know, if you can be reluctant to root rot. And it can survive in North American climate. Maybe we could have a new kind of Christmas ST John's a lot although states, you mentioned the top three growers of trees are Oregon Michigan and North Carolina. So, yeah, it'd be very beneficial for them to get something like that where they're saving trees. They don't have to plan as much the trees will last longer for them. So it's just incredible to think of how little we really think as consumers about this stuff. But there's so much going behind it. And you really gotta think these are all trees are ten years in the making. So by the time, you're picking this is already been a decade in the making for you. Robbie Gonzales senior writer at wired. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks.
Violence Hits Pakistan on Election Day
"Many thanks indeed for the latest this is Newsday from, the BBC Zimbabwe prepares for its election we'll be hearing from our team led by Julian keen on, how the second. City blew away is preparing for that, election also Demi Lovato the Disney child star. Recovering from a suspected overdose in LA tariffs showdown, between the EU and the, US is Donald Trump says America won't be the piggy-bank raided by the world sport. With Matthew and the latest on the dreadful wildfires in Greece all that coming up here on news pay But we start with Pakistan at least twenty five people have been killed in an explosion in the city. Of. Co-editor as millions of people voted vote in a general election amid tight security our correspondent security commodity joins us from Islamabad now Kunda we were, speaking earlier we mentioned eight hundred thousand police security troops deployed across the country but we see this, explosion less troops. In Quito what went what went wrong here Well what we know so far details are still coming in is that a apparent suicide attack targeted a police vehicle outside. A, polling station in quitter quitter is the prevent is the capital of the. Western province of Balochistan same province of Balochistan that, was targeted in another large suicide attack just under two weeks ago in which nearly one hundred and fifty people were killed at a political rally one of. The worst attacks by, militants in Pakistan's history Balochistan an quitter, has been more vulnerable to, militant attacks in the rest of the country overall the security situation has greatly improved in Pakistan over the past few years if we compare the situation to two. Thousand thirteen when the last set of elections. Take place ho political parties simply. Weren't able to campaign because of the number of attacks that were, being launched against them but, as you say security. Is still, clearly a huge concern A day of tragedy for the people in Quetta and we know that this campaign was marred by violence as you also mentioned will people now be put. Off from going to, polling stations will it affect voting turnout Suddenly so far it seems that in the other, main cities of Pakistan Karachi And this Lombard. Rawpindi the haven't been incidents of violence turnout seems to from from. The anecdote all things that we've seen so far seems to be quite high. So it's hard to say that if people, will be will be put off certainly what happens in Quetta now is unclear. Could possibly be delayed these decisions that are being, thought about as we speak but the election campaign has been very tightly contested and that's. One of the reasons why China is expected to be on the higher side Paul picked a tight race between the PM party which had been in. Power for the past. Five years and Imran Khan's PTI party Kamani from Islamabad. Thank you very much this.
Eritrea's leader visits Ethiopia as dramatic thaw continues
"Now the world news this is abc news kelly the head of the colombian former rebel group the faulk has asked for forgiveness for the kidnappings carried out by the group and the pain and suffering inflicted on many families rodriguez london also known as timoshchenko was attending the first hearing of a special tribunal that will try crimes allegedly committed during the country's fivedecade civil war nncholas russia reports three former rebel leaders have attended the first hearing friday while a fourth took part via video conference from prison they're required to provide details on the alleged kidnappings enforced disappearances between one thousand nine hundred and twenty twelve the fall top commander donyo also known estimate shaneco ask for forgiveness for the pain and suffering inflicted on many families relatives of the victims say they hope the tribunal will bring to light where the remains of some of those who were kidnapped and murdered can be found that has been more violence in nicaragua after a twenty four our national strike on friday to demand the resignation of president daniel ortega a group of about one hundred and fifty students was trapped inside the church of the main university in managua along with priests and journalists after coming under attack from paramilitary groups sympathetic to the government and the opposition stronghold of messiah thirty kilometers to the south there reports of two deaths jairo gonzalez is a civil servant everything that is happening now with the strike is a way to put pressure on the government for response to the problems in through the economic crisis in the country i think this is a form of expression for the people so as to get out of this crisis the local government in pakistan southwestern province of baluchistan is observing a day of mourning for more than one hundred and twenty people killed in a suicide bomb attack at an election rally on friday the bbc's kunda karmani says the attacks race security questions ahead of elections across pakistan later this month in two thousand thirteen in the election that was taking place then a number of political parties simply weren't able to campaign at all because of the threat of militant violence many people had thought that the security situation had improved since then and in many ways it has but these attacks are really a a reminder of the of the threat that militants can still pose and buckets on this latest attack was claimed by these slummy state group which has a small but it seems growing presence in the country the president of eric traer s yes work is due to visit ethiopia late today the latest diplomat move towards reconciliation between the two countries after years of conflict which left tens of thousands dead last week ethiopia's prime minister visited eritrea where the two leaders declared a formal end to a state of war world news from the bbc the twelfth poise rescued from a flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday thailand's health minister told reporters that the boys and their families needed to be prepared for the media attention they'll receive when they come out the boys and their coach or recovering physically and mentally from their harrowing underground ordeal and the dramatic rescue in west belfast northern ireland an explosive devices being thrown at the home of gerry adams the former leader of the xinfei republican party no almost hurt here's chris page xinfeng has said gerry adams's grandchildren were in the driveway of his house minutes before the attack mr adams has tweeted all well here new one hurt he's thank the neighborhood watch and party colleagues who he said kim very quickly and other explosive device was thrown at the home of a close ally of mr adams bobby story is a former ira prisoner and a senior shin and activists the party has suggested the attacks were carried out by dissident republicans you're opposed to the peace process and said there the desperate acts of increasingly desperate and the relevant groups meanwhile hundreds of people have rallied in.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service hello i'm all a conway and we're recording this at thirteen hours gmt on friday the sixth of july our main stories the former pakistani prime minister now cherie has been sentenced to ten years in prison for corruption china accuses america of starting the biggest trade war in history as both sides impose billions of dollars worth of tariffs and the british prime minister tries to end cabinet bricks at divisions once and for all also in this podcast they balloon by climbing to the top of the nearest thing around so that might be a tool grasp played or a tree they'll stand on tiptoes raise their abdomen and let out some silk and then drift away research into the phenomenon of flying spiders a court in pakistan sentence the former pakistani prime minister now i sharif to ten years in prison on corruption charges his daughter and soninlaw were also convicted the case and has on the sharif family's ownership of four luxury flats in london alleged to have been bought through auto companies mr sharieff who's currently in britain has called the charges politically motivated rosiere iqbal's spoke to the bbc's kunda come on in islamabad this is a huge moment in his politics and it all began with the revelations from the panama paper leaks because that established links between the sheriff family and off shore companies which held these four central london flats and so this twelve that's been going on really has been about where the money to buy these flats came from in the prosecution said to be that she was did not have a good explanation money trail to show that the money was acquired legitimately and that's why they've been convicted nor reef was disqualified from from office last year as a kind of precursor to this and now this result today in which he's been sentenced to ten years in jail and his daughter and political marina was has been sentenced to seven years in jail this is really the combination of those proceedings and of course this is going to have a huge political impact because we're just weeks away from from the elections here is it surprising that he the sentences should have been passed by this anti corruption cool well in a way i think most many people in pakistan expected the decision to go against the chevy family and that's because north refer already been disqualified from office last year supreme court ruling earlier this year had disqualified him from being a president of of the party as well so there was a feeling that kind of momentum was against them now no one should reef and his family and his supporters always denied any wrongdoing and they've said the allegations against them are political conspiracy and they say that it's a political conspiracy that's really being used by the military establishment in pakistan and the watch for often clashed with the buck is tiny military and his supporters and i should say quite a few analysts say that the pakistani military has been using these corruption allegations as a way of i'll sting him from power just very briefly sikanda is he likely to spend time behind basel he will presumably appeal your we understand the appeal will be launched he's actually currently in london at the moment as is his daughter because an his wife is currently in critical condition in hospital but all eyes are on whether he will return to pakistan so come on in islam about it's been threatened for some time but has the trade war between the world's two biggest economies finally begun china certainly think so and it's placed the blake name firmly on the us as it responded to new american tafs with similar measures of its own covering thirty four billion dollars worth of us goods however the chinese spokesman luke king says he hopes there was a chance to avoid further escalation hilas her i want to stress that we never want to see the esscalation of trade frictions a trade war is the last thing we want to see because no one will benefit from a trade war since the very beginning china has been making constructive efforts in this regard and we hope that the.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You please kunda tape of your dialogue to the white house 'cause you're right on i have my jd uh jurisprudence degree but i chose not to pursue the bar exam because i got disgusted you know this is all crap uh and i sure hope we don't have uh plots of police yet it can pursue a case against somebody for their thoughts right uh you know yeah ouour wiring umbreit yeah he's our first nonlawyer president in a long time and he's fighting an agenda his men in place for over a hundred years and uh i think uh i think he needs to tell them where to go he needs to get rid of it's sessions uh were paid him to sleep i think and he needs to either find a woman with a ovarian fortitude or a man with testicular fortitude to fill that position they're just trying to take down the president because their agenda is to take down the country and i i'm mad as hell about it and i've been married for a year well i we i burst off by i have to say that i i do appreciate your powerful statement of gender equality there he had that was a a it i'm sure from uh from uh from uh from uh both sides uh you know with a with sessions lotta disatisfaction uh you know with him there is the call for special prosecutor and here's the thing about sessions i have no idea what's going on inside the justice department right now right i think that's the biggest concern is that i don't know i just don't know with an i don't know what the relationship is between the justice department and the fbi currently right now we're the justice department in the executive branch and how their communicating i just don't know on the front of of certain actions to try and block the president i think the justice department has been um a is so far done their job and uh on the appeals level uh and some other things that that uh sessions has done in defending the president vocally but you know we don't know what goes on behind those doors here's your forecast bet pool of cold arctic air beginning to sink to.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Answered danish superstar cigna some rights at murray k awardwinning filmmaker loan as shafiq you make seventy feels about the english tells us how working in denmark differs from the uk star earth political draw but bogan scorsese's vinyl the internationally massive game of thrones and pictureperfect two actress big either yours sorensen shares had thoughts on the democracy that exists on the danish film set and we have live comedy from obama zouk and that's not all bestselling crime writer you see adler olsen shares his dark thoughts on murder victims fictional of course jointly to find out more about how denmark's open and democratic culture influences artists here on the silent to in copenhagen hello i'm wsb with the bbc news military officials in afghanistan say at least nine people have been killed in an attack on an army base near a military academy in the capital carpool five afghan soldiers were killed and four militants died ten soldiers were injured in the attack the third in the city in just over a week from kabul his sick kunda kamani the spurs were good administered person confirmed to afp of your tucker now over it at around five am in the morning local time when five militant some of them quite heavily armed with ak forty seven suicide death and rocketpropelled grenade launchers attacked a military base close to a a prominent military training academy in the west of kabul the socalled islamic state has claimed responsibility for this and the this is comes two days after a large brome in the center of kabul that was carried out by the taliban who killed which killed over a hundred people in staying investment has set out plans to become one of the world's top ten arms exporters over the next decade critics have accused the government of exporting death a correspondent phil mercer reports australia wants to sell more of its military technology and hardware including armored vehicles and surveillance systems it's currently ranked twentieth in a global list of arms exporters but has ambitions to break into.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"In the state has to be respectful of their ultimate boss but uh you know they also have to keep in mind what's going on in their state uh any question i i guess is this you know attorney jeff sessions while i think a lot of people helped considering the fact that voters themselves in many in most places voted to legal i s you know businesses hoped that jeff sessions would while he feels the way he feels and he's made it clear not take too much activity are due to much activity when it comes to enforcement um but i don't wondering now if that's the wrong i mean it just sort of like waiting and hoping or just hoping he looks the other way doesn't seem to be enough or doesn't seem to be working out he does seem to be taking active movement so what can businesses do in terms of trying to potentially plan for sessions to be more actively cracking on it's really hard to plan for a continued in the making sure that there is calm 'cause they possibly can be in that they've fatal crashes is maybe the most that they can do but unlikely won't stop rats in raids in the future however uh i think it's important for people in the industry to be vigilant in terms of you know speaking with public officials and things like that as i think that this has the opportunity to really push the conversation forward at the federal level and kunda it could end up backfiring on uh attorney general sessions and actually eating covington change at the federal level what should we think actually you know you i i'm not sure how much you guys are going to be involved in terms of uh in terms of massachusetts but you are right yeah we're involved most of the companies that we work with our insularity so they don't touch the plants you know they're supportive s uh company software services things like that but we do have some involvement in massachusetts to me about what this means he just keeping a close eye i mean what does things we did do this morning was as speak with a an attorney i think he was at a new york but this is a guy you know who's worked on this sort of stuff do you.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"I very excited about their ideas and i'm just standing dan just ignored because i don't look like any body so i felt ferry left out and excluded but his crummy is some of those hack of funds were battling the did known as one thing that kept popping up from the hack of funds that i went to before the bus i learned that quite a few winners were a teams formed with people wearing shirts that says thought of bus really what the heck is thought of us like wired these peba winning hack fogs those who like all knew each other from this thing in like oh this might be the trick yeah industrialization came at a really pivotal time for medellin ah the start of that i was working for they only have a few months laugh and they probably going to go bankrupt my romantic relationship was failing for a badly and my immigration visa was kunda expire in free months i mean i mean when i come on the bus fell likes that might be my my hope the cause for hundred dollars i didn't have any money laugh at that time so i made a deal with my employer if he can give me one thousand dollars so that i can go us stop us and t agree so things cuff in yeah thanks kevin anyway with all this visa stuff looming in the background maddalena was really feeling the pressure to make startup bus work i forgot to give way to seriously i definitely felt that best my chance to stay in the united states you know i have to former company out of bars if i don't i don't know who's got us bosley foreign nodded free years you to form a company because then you'll have a company to sponsor you exactly it's like literally that's my survival did you tell anybody that nope.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Two this can be yes yes two two will with his the tone of the two katherine heigl siyal i won't either the stick together kunda as to give us oh two two let's say oh really two two oh god hey thus back together given that sale own real good ties to two and and oh has oh this together mm let's take together whoa as a care go to the stick together donald the stick together both stick to give us.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
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"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on KELO
"The few christians side saying that while you'll did as the holy spirit the cleansing it from the eastern they say the great thing what is your about this it is there anything that can be done for uh people who are who had happened to them it's been very rare that i found that someone has actually spontaneously brought down kuna lenient very rare wounded laney is known as the serpent fire and most people who have drawn at down on life a an extremely master practitioner will experience exactly what you were saying they are destroyed from the inside out locally is there any such it is one of the most powerful elements that can be used directed at the cooling me four it's incredible of award again for those people at say who have experience and obviously it wreak havoc on every single level absolutely there are very few people here in america will ever drawn down kunda lenient lived would it could put this way and surviving barely through the experience is there with the clintons they work with there be any remedy to this ethnic cleansing would work and been let have been is because of beer experience he would be cut unlike the thousand pedal loaded um okay each civil each would be opening and that would give you another let's say level of awareness i another talent would be exposed steel only be the experience of kunda laney for the most amazing of fat any way opted the second question real quick is obviously we're going to war in iraq and it seems to me in my humble opinion that this will spread and you're coming odd tonight i've heard you before it and you're giving us more and more knowledge is this what are the reasons you're giving us now because is the christian say or even other the whole pierre the art with his cricketing that we're really reaching this critical time and and this is needed now you're information we can use the information to collect italy direct our consciousness like a laser beam to put it shield the protection around this nation and also to lessen orchid diffuse what is about to happen but we are entering into a very long psycho that is going to be very destructive there is a purification and.
"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on KELO
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"j. j j. kunda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Am 640 more stimulating talk kunda when you're young kid didn't you try to be on coast one three point five i did yeah there was the the kid deejay booth little early on uh a little bit howled warrior i was i think fourteen man sis give like to yesterday the you're the orange county fair and new and that was lou you're listening to hinder on toast one of the vaughan oregon the begins and other full this week in the fifth ladies day the the i rode sense does love what do you feel like when you hear that you cringe don't you know what i feel like i wasted a few years thinking that i wanted to be history teacher or business major the two it took me a little bit to kinda come full circle i oh oh yeah that radio thing look at you bilad you've got into radio our meet tim conway junior six five am 640 for stimulating talk when now president trump is asked what's the proof where as the brief i'd like to see the beef and i'm not getting it and i know the emails are to me all you do is attack trump attack trump attack trump beyond this wing yes and for those of you that are screaming at me would you like to see some evidence or you're just okay with the president saying it's there either way i'll take my way bill handel at six right after the wakeup call at five am 640 more stimulating talk i do my own and you hear me all the time i buy american i install american i am not political i want to build for you and i'm going to be here for you whether it's a roof solar power system aback of home battery or simple backyard france i want to build for.