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Fresh update on "james " discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"I'm sorry to say that, but it's not much. You can't even attribute full motive to Jerry Jones when he is 14 years old, standing at the back of a crowd looking on at an incident that's happening at his school. Have you ever met a 14 year old kid going to a high school, like under any circumstances? If there's like a shiny light, all the kids run around. But in any case, there's no way to actually attribute that action to Jerry Jones, but LeBron is very exercised over the fact that he wasn't asked about the jury Jones photo, but he was asked about Kyrie. Well, maybe it's because LeBron James has sounded off on pretty much every topic. He doesn't need to be asked about Jerry Jones. We'll just sound off about it. He won't sound off about Chinese human rights violations because he's getting paid too much money by China. He'll sound off about how America is terrible. America's racist and horrible. But I'll go completely silent when it comes to anti semitic nonsense from members of his own league. That would be the reason. But again, the idea here in the sports world is that everybody is racist, I guess, the same people who are paying you hundreds of millions. I mean, LeBron James A. billionaire. The same people who are paying you tons and tons of money to watch you play sports are somehow racist because they didn't ask you about Jerry Jones. Strange, here's Stephen a Smith doing the same routine. Again, a man who is paid a lot of money to shout on your TV. I can't applaud LeBron enough for what he said. I one 1000% agree with LeBron James. Because that wasn't about Jerry Jones. But while LeBron was talking about, is unavoidable. The media Trump says something. They asked LeBron to bribe, they asked LeBron about to, you know, the presidential campaign when Trump was running against Hillary rodham Clinton. Now obviously him endorsed Hillary rodham Clinton had something to do with that. But clearly, LeBron James has been subjected to question after question after question, but subtly when it came to Jerry Jones. You didn't ask because I assure you if I was in that press room, I would ask LeBron about it. I would have said yo LeBron. By the way, how do you feel about this? Oh, is it must be racism? It must be racism. It is funny. How far will go in search of racism, meanwhile, there are other forms of bigotry in the United States that are, in fact, rising. Racism in the United States against black Americans has been on the decline markedly since the 1960s. I mean, obviously, and then when it comes to other forms of bigotry, say, for example, official bigotry against Asians, it major American schools. That we just ignore. When it comes to the uptick in anti semitism, depending upon who the source of the antisemitism is, we just kind of look the other way on that sort of stuff. So if this is the best that LeBron can do, again, LeBron has never even really seriously been asked about his own viewpoints. Forget about Jerry Jones. All of this is obviously very tiring. And destructive to the American fabric, but that is sort of the norm of the day. As long as I'm criticizing the media, I do have to give the rare shout out to Don lemon who actually said the correct thing the other day. This is always a shocker. So Don lemon was on CNN. And he actually defended higher pay for men at the World Cup, which shocker ones. I'm broken clock here, getting it right twice a day. But not everybody, honestly, has the same skill. Not everybody has the same interest in the sport. I think the women should be paid more, I do. But if the man, you're right that not everyone has the same skills 'cause the women are better skills. Well, the women are better skilled against other women. But if the women played the men, they wouldn't be winning the way that they went. Okay, I'm not going to get into it. So I'm not even going to get into that argument. Just saying, if the sport makes more money, that means there's more. Why does it make more money? Because people are more interested in it. When I go to a sports bar, guys, am I wrong? You guys don't want to say anything. When I go to a sports bar, if there is a woman's basketball game on, I'm just being honest. Which is on your list. People will say literally get to see you guys. I don't want to watch this. I'm just telling you. Wow, John lemon, spilling some truth. Saying the tea. And that is a rarity right there. I do love all the women who are like, no, no, it can't be true. I don't even get into this argument that women aren't as good at soccer as men. And the reason that people aren't watching the WNBA is because not on TV as much. Why wouldn't it be on TV? Maybe it's because people don't want to watch it as much, what would it be that? Bill Burr has a great bit in his live at red rock comedy that his routine. Where he talks about the lack of attendance at the WNBA and he says, well, I'm just wondering, ladies, you constitute a majority of Americans. Why aren't you at the WNBA games? Why is it on men to watch the WNBA?
Pentagon debuts its new stealth bomber, the B-21 Raider
"The nation's newest nuclear stealth bomber will make its public debut today after years of secret development. The B 21 raider is the first new American bomber in more than 30 years. It'll be unveiled in California 7 years after then air force secretary Deborah Lee James announced the need for a new one to take on potential threats from China and Russia. The LRS B will allow the air force to operate in tomorrow's high end threat environment. The rate of program is highly classified. Artist renderings reveal the bomber resembles the one it will replace the B two spirit. Builder north of Grumman says that's where the similarities end. Analysts say changes could include advanced materials making the raider harder to detect and the ability to disguise itself as another object on radar, 6 raiders are in production as The Pentagon tries to modernize its nuclear force. The cost is unknown. Sagar Meghani, Washington
Day 336 of The Bible in a Year: The Council at Jerusalem
"The acts of the apostles, chapter 15. The council at Jerusalem but some men came down from Judea and were teaching the brethren unless you are circumcised according to the custom of Moses, you can not be saved. And when Paul and Barnabas had no small dissension and debate with them, Paul and Barnabas and some of the others were appointed to go up to Jerusalem to the apostles and the elders about this question. So being sent on their way by the church, they passed through both Phoenicia and samaria, reporting the conversion of the gentiles, and they gave great joy to all the brethren. When they came to Jerusalem, they were welcomed by the church and the apostles and the elders, and they declared all that God had done with them. But some believers who belonged to the party of the pharisees rose up and said, it is necessary to circumcise them, and to charge them to keep the law of Moses. The apostles and the elders were gathered together to consider this matter. And after there had been much debate, Peter rose, and said to them, brethren, you know that in the early days God made choice among you that by my mouth, the gentiles should hear the word of the gospel and believe. And God who knows the heart bore witness to them, giving them the Holy Spirit just as he did to us, and he made no distinction between us and them, but cleansed their hearts by faith. Now therefore why do you make trial of God by putting a yoke upon the neck of the disciples which neither our fathers nor we have been able to bear? But we believe that we shall be saved through the grace of the lord Jesus, just as they will. silence, and they listened to Barnabas and Paul as they related what signs and wonders God had done through them among the gentiles. After they finished speaking, James replied, brethren listened to me. Simeon has related how God first visited the gentiles to take out of them a people for his name. And with this, the words of the prophets agree, as it is written, after this, I will return. And I will rebuild the dwelling of David, which has fallen. I will rebuild its ruins, and I will set it up. That the rest of men may seek the lord, and all the gentiles who are called by my name says the lord, who has made these things known from of old. Therefore, my judgment is that we should not trouble those of the gentiles who turn to God, but should write to them to abstain from the pollution of idols and from unchastity and from what is strangled and from blood. For from early generations, Moses has had in every city those who preach him for he is read every Sabbath in the synagogues. The council's letter to the gentile believers. Then it seemed good to the apostles and the elders, with the whole church. To choose men from among them and send them to Antioch with Paul and Barnabas.
Media Crushes Jerry Jones Over 1957 Photo
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the occupation show. Hey, I want to jump back into the conversation I was having about LeBron James and I want you to get the chance to hear Stephen a smith's take on Cherry Jones. Being pictured in a picture of something 68 years ago. Wrote a clip of Stephen a Smith. On my podcast, no mercy. Because you got people that wanted to come at me in the wrong way. I stand by what I said. In regards to a 14 year old in a still photo. And that's what you want to use to jump on them. You just highlight it. There's plenty of other things to jump when Jerry Jones about. You ain't never hired black coach. You didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick and his rights as an American citizen to do what he did. You didn't speak out initially. You were actually hiding when it came to social justice issues, Jerry Jones. Jerry Jones would tell you I told him that. Where you at? I'll give a damn what you say. Say something. You gotta speak up. You can't be quiet. But that's entirely different. They use in the still photo of a 14 year old standing in a crowd in 1957, pre civil rights, pre voting rights because clearly the climate of those times were what it was. Do we need to regurgitate what the hell was going on in the gym crow south? We all know that story. Lynchings murders, rapes mayhem all types of stuff. All types of insidious despicable things that was done and inflicted upon the black race. We understand what the hell was going on down there. So if you're Jerry Jones and you're standing in the crowd, I'm looking at how you're acting more than I'm looking at what the environment is. I would love to let him finish, but I just need to talk about what he said. He didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick, but he panned dak Prescott a very handsome. I'm out of money. So it make this make sense. He don't care about black people, but his quarterback is probably one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL. Oh, but he didn't stand up for Colin. 'cause Colin Kaepernick is an idiot. That's why he didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick. But he's standing up for that Prescott.
The Idaho Murder Mystery
"I wanted to talk about this murder. In Idaho, 'cause I was at the cigar lounge last night, and there were some people asking me about it. And there's a lot of confusion going on with this murder, right? There's four young people that were murdered and it appears that they have nothing. They have no evidence, they have no weapon recovered, they don't have a suspect in mind. A lot of people are completely perplexed. And in a way, I'm kind of perplexed. But let me just give you a few reasons. Why this could be taking a long time or the perception of it taking a long time because if you're not in law enforcement and you don't do investigations or you don't have direct knowledge of it, it could be very confusing for you. So there are four things that could be at work here. One thing is that this is a very small town, right? I mean, you're not talking about a major city. And with small towns, there's a very limited amount of resources. And obviously we see that they have the FBI coming in and assisting in this investigation because they just don't have enough. You know, how much technology do you think they have in this little small town? How is the closest crime lab? You know, what kind of forensic training have they done? How many murders have happened in the town where they have enough experience to do a proper investigation into a murder, especially a quadruple murder?
How Your Bad Is Worse Than Your Good
"Now ladies and gentlemen, let me get back to Kanye. Let's go to clip too, 'cause I missed out on clip too. Let's roll clip two. Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table. Especially Hitler. Okay, let me talk about this for a minute. What do Hitler is the problem, Hitler May he may have brought value at some point, but his murderous ways counseled all the value. What value could he have bring to the nation that could overcome what he did? Let me just say this. That's like being a guy who's a football coach. And he coaches on a team and he molests half of the players. Because he won a championship and he was coaching kids on a team voluntarily. Let's just say he was volunteering his time. But then you go in molest kids, nothing that you're good is pointless at this point. You've ruined kids for life. The championships mean nothing. Because you have literally ruined a generation of children. It's the same thing with Hitler. Like, maybe he did some good inventions. And maybe he, you know, did some things that are good. cares when you murdered millions of people? You ordered the murder a slaughter of millions of people. Do you go down forever as being a deadbeat?
Is It Time to Cancel 'Ye'
"So he did a lot of stuff that some could argue that some things were good some things were atrocious. And some people may have a problem even with a person agreeing that Robert E. Lee wasn't all bad, right? Abraham Lincoln wasn't all bad. One aspect of what he did was bad. But I just want to make it clear. I think that when you articulate that, you have to have a pretty compelling argument because it's very difficult to compare Hitler to any other great leader that did good for the country. And are their country. And let me just express this as well. I mean, Hitler wasn't even the worst. Joseph Stalin was even worse than Hitler when you talk about the death toll of what he's responsible for. So when you, somebody like Kanye start to talk about these things, you got to be able to articulate and put them in perspective. And this is why I think he's going to lose a lot of people when he say certain things that he says. Now, maybe he's smarter than I am, and he knows that this is going to cause him to get a lot more attention. And maybe out of all the crazy stuff he say, he does say a lot of stuff that's profound. I mean, within the rent that he makes about Hitler, he does say a lot of things that you can say, wow, that's a pretty profound perspective that most people don't come to that conclusion about. You know, it's funny because as he says, Hitler wasn't all bad. You know, I think it's a pretty interesting comparison that I think Ye ain't all bad. But I don't think that that's let me make sure I'm clear on this. I don't think that that's a legal comparison because murdering people is different than saying crazy stuff every now and again. But I do think Ye even though people are going to throw them away and they're going to say he's the craziest man on Planet Earth and he don't deserve to have a platform. I do think some of the things that Ye says is incredibly profound.
Rapper Ye Draws Fresh Denunciation for Hitler Praise
"Oh my God. We gotta talk about Kanye West on the Alex Jones show. Man, all transparency I did not watch the particular podcast, the show. I saw clips. I saw excerpts from it. And my staff was watching it, they were looking at it and they had told me some of the things that Kanye had said, and I really feel bad for Kanye to a certain degree. Because I get what he's trying to do, I think I get where his heart is at. But the articulation of what he's thinking and what he's actually doing, they're not, they're not meeting in the middle, baby. They all, they everywhere. He said that he loved Hitler. Now let me say this. I want to put this in perspective. I think that if you say that in the context of the Bible, that would be a correct thing to say, right? You're supposed to love everybody. You post to love everybody. Even your enemies. That's what the Bible say. But in the context of expressing that to human beings. I don't think many people are gonna understand you when you say you love Hitler and then he goes on and he said that Hitler had done a lot of great things. Now, let's be honest here. You know, Hitler probably had some accomplishments that he had made, obviously he was an incredible orator that he used for bad, not for good, and he probably had some accomplishments. However, the bad counseled out everything he could have possibly done that was acceptably good. And that's just my opinion about it. Some people may disagree with me. But I don't care what freeways you build. I don't care. I would argue that people probably study him on the way he was able to communicate and influence that many people to do such evil things with our many without question. He would probably study the fact that he was able to lead like that. However, when you go and exterminate people and put them in internment camps and burn them alive and gassed them and do our kind of stuff to them because you want to purify a race of people and completely obliterate people that you don't agree with or you don't like or you don't believe is worth living, everything that you've done in your life begins to be counseled.
LeBron James' Hypocrisy of Criticizing Jerry Jones and Kyrie Irving
"You know it's interesting a couple of things here Number one he talks about we and you All the time We and you When we do something wrong it's in the tab lights When we do something wrong it's in the tabloids Now when somebody does something wrong it may be in the tabloids Now what's the difference here He touched on it It doesn't make it right But it does explain the focus And so we should be talking to Jerry Jones about the photo from I don't know He's an old he's kind of an old guy now I guess the 1950s when he was in high school And make him accountable for that No matter what else he's done in his life And yet Kyrie Irving makes a contemporary statement A contemporary statement given all that's come and gone Throwing in with an anti semite And LeBron James hey you guys asked me about that But how come you don't ask me about this photo from the 1950s with Jerry Jones When he was in high school Now LeBron James is not an idiot He knows the difference Now what he is is an ideologue He's a partisan Fire would ask him who he voted for would be Biden Why would you vote for Biden given his past
LeBron James Upset Media Ignored Asking About 1957 Jerry Jones Photo
"I was wondering why I haven't gotten a question from you guys about the Jerry Jones photo But when the Kyrie thing was going on you guys were quick to access questions about that Okay Hold on hold on Hold on hold on I don't even want you guys to say nothing When I was like who's this guy think he is I've never even heard athlete talk like this Black white Hispanic whatever And I don't want you guys to talk and say nothing Wow Go ahead And he says I know who I am But I want to keep the same energy when we're talking about my people and the things we've been through And that Jerry Jones photo is one of those moments that our people black people have been through in America And I feel like it's a black man as a black athlete as someone with power and a platform When we do something wrong or something that people don't agree with every single tabloid every single news coverage it's on the bottom ticker it's asked about every single day But it seems like to me that the whole Jerry Jones situation photo And I know it was years and years ago and we all make mistakes I get it But it seems like it's just been buried under what happened We just move on And I was just kind of disappointed I haven't received that question from you guys
Vivek Ramaswamy: The Work Being Done at Strive Asset Management
"One of the lessons is if you're going to stand for a principle, stand for that principle. You don't have to, you don't have to be everything to everybody. And I think even if you tied to the SPF thing, just die up that discussion for a second. He didn't have to put up the ESG smoke screen. He could have just said he's a crypto exchange and everyone could have just judged him accordingly. My view would strive and with everything I'm working on is that companies should focus exclusively on delivering excellent products and services to their customers for profit without apologizing for it. And without putting on a show. And I think everyone is better off if we can do that. But the problem today is that you have other large financial institutions. Firms like BlackRock, state street, Vanguard, that today are without the permission of their customers using their client's money to advance agendas in corporate America's boardrooms that most of those everyday citizens actually disagree with. And so if you think about some of the parallels here, there are different issues, but there are parallels. Okay, sbf used customer funds to advance personal agendas. In this case, personal financial agendas without disclosing it without getting the permission of the customers. Well, what do you think is happening at other large asset managers like BlackRock on down where they're using their clients funds to vote for social agendas without getting their clients permission without asking their clients that do not advance their best financial interests. There are parallels here that bear mentioned. Charlie, my view is the best answer often to market problems is market solutions rather than just more regulation or government action. In my view, is that if everyday Americans or there's a lot of them, certainly, who don't want to advance political or social agendas with their Capital One sided toxic progressive agendas with their investments. To be able to say that the voting power and the voice you get is a shareholder in America's companies, use it to tell them to focus on products and services to make a profit to get out of politics and not apologize for that.
Vivek Ramaswamy: Lessons Learned From the FTX Scandal
"There are so many different aspects to this story that I'm still confused about. But I think our time is best spent for you to explain to our audience, how should we think about the FTX scandal? What are the main lessons that we should take away here? So I think there's a couple of lessons, probably top of the list, Charlie, is that this was a guy who put on a do good smoke screen, a virtue signaling smokescreen, donating tens of millions of dollars to the Democratic Party and related causes. Calling for so called responsible regulation of the cryptocurrency sector. A guy who was saying all of the right things that were ESG friendly. Actually, even one ESG rating firms assigned actually FTX a higher score on leadership and governance than they did to ExxonMobil, which is laughable. This is a guy who cultivated the appearance of being a virtuous actor, but was actually just a false prophet in the end. And I'm sad to say Charlie, that is a lesson that the public continues to learn time and again. The people who strive to appear most virtuous. The people who actually tried to put on the virtue signaling smoke screen end up being often the most fraudulent ones in the end. Yes. The CEO of you could say Volkswagen, this reminded me a lot of that, the emissions cheating scandal to a lot of the other fraudsters we've seen. I think it's one of the top takeaways. The other takeaway Charlie is that whether or not it relates to cryptocurrency, a thief is a thief. He took customer funds into a very complicated story and there's a lot of technocratic detail, which we could go into. But if you cut through it all at the end of the day, you have a guy who is entrusted with funds, stole those funds, use them for his own purposes. And that's theft, no matter how you cut it. And so people shouldn't get lost in the complexity to see the basic point that if you trust someone else with your money, they can ultimately run away with it and use it for their own purposes. That's what happened here.
Patriot Freedom Project Is Uplifting the Jan. 6 Detainee's Families
"I am thrilled right now to be joined by someone who is doing the work that too few people have taken on in a time where we have people in need. Her name is Cynthia Hughes. She runs the patriot freedom project and they are raising money to help the people in the gulag and all of those who have been attacked by the abuse of power by our deep state. And I want to welcome you to the show Cynthia. Thank you for having me, James. Nice to see you. And I greatly appreciate the fact you've got a fundraiser tonight that I'm going to. And I can't wait to see you there. But you're taking time out of that to talk to us. And I wanted to make sure that everybody who listens to America first radio can hear the need and also hopefully reach in their pockets and donate some money to help. My wife Samantha says this all the time. Where is the money to take care of our side like the left has for their team? If anybody, you get a bunch of rioters and looters, you got the vice president and future vice president of the United States begging for money for them. Where's the people doing that on our side? And she's sitting right there on the other side of this conversation. So tell us about what you need to help these people. So, you know, I've had the honor of meeting a ton of the families that are affected by January 6th. I've met mothers. I've met wives. This week I have several of the families here in D.C. that are coming to the fundraiser tonight and I was just with them yesterday with all of their babies and let me tell you Jim. It's very, very it gives you a lot of perspective. Makes you realize that whatever problems you think you have, they're small in comparison. When you hear a three year old daughter on the phone with her daddy, asking him when is he coming home? The community that I've created here for these families and seeing the interaction with these women is so humbling it just brings joy to my heart. It's amazing. You're going to see it for yourself tonight. The way they help each other, the way they comfort each other, who's helping with what child, who's changing a diaper, who's making a bottle, they were cooking dinner together, hugging each other, but listening to the children of these men that are behind bars. It's heartbreaking. It's absolutely heartbreaking. And the country needs to know what is going on besides the talk about what's going on at the D.C. jail. It is so much bigger than the 18 men that are left in the D.C. jail. We have multiple J 6 detainees spread around this country in different gels, and we have a lot of collateral damage. And that is the wife and the children.
Sen. James Lankford: A Potential Culture Shift in the Republican Party
"What does this mean? We always tell people elections have consequences, but to see so many Republican senators join in all this, are we seeing a shift, a culture shift within the Republican Party? I think we are seeing somewhat of a culture shift there, but it would also tell you that if Republicans were in control of the Senate and we were actually in the majority in the Senate, this bill would have never come up. Mitch McConnell, for instance, he voted against this bill. So this would not have been a bill that would have come to the floor. If Republicans were in control of the Senate. So it is another one of those issues of elections have very real consequences.
Sen. James Lankford Reacts to the Senate Passing RFMA
"Senator very disappointing news last night from the Senate 12 Republicans siding with the Democrats to move forward their respect for marriage act. First, I want to get your initial reaction to that news. Yes, painful that there we have 60 folks of a hundred in the Senate that are not paying attention to the most basic thing about religious liberty and the opportunity to be able to protect all families and all points of view. I go back to just 7 years ago, president Obama stands up after the beggar feld decision from the Supreme Court and says, hey, we're going to have good people on all sides of this and we need to make sure we respect all points of view and then now short 7 years later, it's a tilting of the scale to say, hey, if you disagree with same sex marriage, we're going to find ways to be able to isolate you. And even filed now lawsuits against you if you cooperate with government.
'Respect for Marriage Act' Is About Punishing the Church
"There is a piece of legislation called the respect for marriage act, but it really has nothing to do with that at all. The fact of the matter is, gay marriage is the law of the land. All right, the Supreme Court already decided that the Supreme Court decided they were going to redefine what God had already defined, and that is that. But now, but now the Congress and the Congress is being motivated here by radical, radical LGBT activist. And I want to preface everything I'm about to share with you with this. Not every gay person in America supports the respect for marriage act. Not every lesbian supports this, not every you can go down the alphabet list. So we're talking about a small radicalized group of people. Because this is not about protecting same sex marriage. This is not about protecting interracial marriage. This is about punishing the church. That's what this is all about here folks. And it is a very, very dangerous thing that happened yesterday. Senator Mike Lee of Utah was one of three senators Marco Rubio and James lankford the other two who offered amendments that would have specifically protected religious liberty. Because when you, when you go to the, when you go to the people who created this piece of legislation, they're saying, oh, no, no, no, no, no, no. This has nothing to do with the church. This has nothing to do with you, small business owner, if you're a Christian, we're not going to, we're not going to target you, it's just assumed that you're going to be protected in this. Well, that's not good because assumptions don't work under the law.
Golden State Warriors' Coach Dodges Question on China
"I was watching the coach of the National Basketball Association Golden State Warriors. Steve Kerr. Steve Kerr. And he was asked about a news conference about what is happening in China. The NBA hates America and loves China. It's a scummy organization in the NBA. Who's the head of it? Is that Adam silver who is that? He's really another one who. To the extent that he will ever be remembered it will be for harming the cause of liberty on earth. The NBA seems to attract pretty scummy people in its high echelons. And not a few like LeBron James and its among its players. So he was asked if he would condemn what is happening in Chinese. Well, I'm not, you know, they don't ask me in China to condemn I'm paraphrasing. To condemn all the AR-15 mass murders in America.
Clarence Gilyard Jr., Die Hard and Walker, Texas Ranger star, dies at 66
"Actor clarence gilliard junior has died at the age of 66, according to the university of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he taught acting, details of his death were not available. I marched a letter with a look at his career. I just appreciate your confidence in me, walker. Clarence gilliard junior was famous for playing James trevett on walker Texas ranger and Conrad mcmasters on matlock. You better be right because it looks like this last one's gonna take a miracle. His film roles include playing the computer villain in die hard and sundown the radar intercept officer in Top Gun.
Day 333 of The Bible in a Year: Peter Is Rescued From Prison
"The acts of the apostles, chapter 12. James killed, and Peter imprisoned by Herod. About that time Herod the king laid violent hands upon some who belonged to the church, he killed James, the brother of John with the sword. And when he saw that it pleased the Jews, he proceeded to arrest Peter also. This was during the days of unleavened bread, and when he had seized him, he put him in prison and delivered him to four squads of soldiers to guard him, intending after the Passover to bring him out to the people. So, Peter was kept in prison, but Ernest prayer for him was being made to God by the church. An angel rescues Peter from prison. That very night, when Herod was about to bring him out, Peter was sleeping between two soldiers bound with two chains and sentries before the door were guarding the prison. And behold, an angel of the lord appeared, and a light shone in the cell, and he struck Peter on the side and woke him saying, get up quickly. And the chains fell off his hands, and the angel said to him, dress yourself and put on your sandals, and he did so. And he said to him, wrap your cloak around you and follow followed him, he did not know that what was done by the angel was real, but thought he was seeing a vision. When they had passed the first and the second guard, they came to the iron gate leading into the city. It opened to them of its own accord, and they went out and passed on through one street, and immediately the angel left him. And Peter came to himself and said, now I am sure that the lord has sent his angel and rescued me from the hand of Herod, and from all that the Jewish people were expecting. When he realized this, he went to the house of Mary, the mother of John, whose other name was Mark, where many were gathered together and were praying, and when he knocked at the door of the gateway, I made named rhoda came to answer. Recognizing Peter's voice in her joy, she did not open the gate, but ran in and told that Peter was standing at the gate. They said to her, you are mad. But she insisted that it was so. They said, it is his angel. But Peter continued knocking, and when they opened, they saw him and were amazed. But motioning to them with his hand to be silent, he described to them how the lord had brought him out of the prison, and he said, tell this to James, and to the brethren. Then he departed, and went to another place.
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"Is dennis welsh poets businessman a published writer and pr and communications experts with a great relationship in the business media and beyond. He has written two books of his own and is an in demand speaker. Additionally dennis also singer songwriter not recording artists. And today's episode. We talk about his new album. What love makes us do that was released. It is a continuation of a lifetime of songwriting authored. Books in speaking is found his calling in life and is here today to share with us. Welcome to life. Algae thank you james. Thanks for having me on. I am really looking forward to this. It's just you. And i. I've known you as publicist i've gotten to. I've been able to interview a few of your clients. And i had no idea that there's this other side of you're not that i know about the additional background that you did. When you were writing with gallup all these different things. So i was how we have a lot in common with james that go. It goes both ways. Okay so when i approach you knew we were getting close to finishing this record and i approached you. I'm really good at promoting other people It's difficult for me to go out there. And tell other tell people how great i am but anyway and so when i approached you in a with some trepidation obviously you know and And and you know you didn't really know. And i didn't know i didn't know that you were a musician as well. And it's like these kind of things just so you know they've happened to me so often. Now that i've i've just stopped. You know trying to explain those things. I think that just means that there is That i'm not in charge. Apparently down of exa. Well i wanted to jump in first. Pr stuff so you would you. Would you from college i know. Didn't you work with gallup. So gallop is up. Well i'll let you explain. What gallup is because i've worked them from a psychological approach but Just want to transfer into that transition to that and then go into music because as we know musicians that's always a part of her life even though it may not always be the forefront of her life but it is part of our life. So how did you go from university to work for galloping. Obviously explain with what gallup as well. So so what happened for me was i. When i got out of college i i was my plan was to be A recording artist and In singer songwriter. And i i made a made a few records You know did a little bit of you. Know that kind of stuff. And then in my mid thirties I was. I think relatively close to a a big record deal. And i had a chance to. I had a chance to go out on a tour with billy squire and bank honing sex. I'd never toured like these guys tour and the you know..
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"Gee i would love to connect with you be sure to follow me also media platforms under the name. James miller life except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram. Increase mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. The five stages of grief. I once heard it said that the rainfall and the just and the unjust meaning. It doesn't matter if you're considered a quote good person or quote bad person. Life is going to happen to all of us and usually when we were blindsided by something we've become overwhelmed and stuck in the moment because what we're currently feeling feels like we will feel that forever. For example someone walks out of relationship. Someone passes away you lose your job for blindsided by some other event when we focus on what was another words what happened. Prior to this event life felt good. It's what we knew. We were comfortable. And when that event happened it shatters world now. Of course every loss is going to be different for each person but loss loss so new experience grief. These are the stages that happened for you. Now there's no preset time of how long you should be in each one of these stages or long grief should be to you. Get to figure that out for yourself as far as how much grieving you should do. The first stage is denial. You get the news about something and all of a sudden you think. That can't be true. This person's lying to me or is this a joke. And you question everything. Because it's so painful or it can't be because you other just spoke to this person or you're just at this events or you just at work and now you have a job or you're giving some news that just completely blindside you dot stages of denial literally shatters your minds paradigm or your thought paradigm in other words how you think your identity the makeup of who you are your life and when you hold onto that denial..
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"Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. We all have hopes and dreams and sometimes when an opportunity arises. We become so excited. Because we know it's the right thing for us and then unfortunately that opportunity is taken away for example you meet someone and you fall in love and then the person walks away or you found the job of your dreams and your so excited about it but for some reason they chose somebody else. When those situations happen it's very easy to get discouraged and and overwhelmed because we think my gosh. I tried everything. And they just didn't pick me or didn't choose me if we get stuck in that belief system then it starts to affect our self worth and our value it's so important to rethink. What a closed door or a missed opportunity really means i remember when i was at university. It was ten thirty at night. And i got a call from a director said james. We want you to audition for this program. I was incredibly excited. Because i'd always wanted to be on the television show so i was on set the next morning and knew that i was going to get this part auditioned and i knew i nailed it however later that evening. They decided that they weren't going to choose me. And they chose somebody else and of course my initial thought was that they were making a mistake because i was the right person for that part and three months later i had the opportunity to move to spain and do a study abroad program for a year. While i was in spain. I got to travel to so many different countries. Ma- incredible people who are still my friends today and was able to graduate a semester early from university. My reason for telling you that story is us. The person that they did choose for that part was not able to graduate on time in fact had to stay in school. Another year at program took too much of his time and affected his studies. All that to say when that closed door happened. It didn't make sense to me. Why would they call me up and asked me to audition. It has to be right when we examined that it closed door. Sometimes our thoughts become show. Focus on why it didn't happen that we don't realize that we don't find the perspective. Think of every event in your life like a jigsaw puzzle. Piece every jigsaw puzzle piece links together to create a bigger picture if we focus on one of those events of those closed doors as one jigsaw puzzle piece. unfortunately we don't see how it makes sense later on so we in that moment of disappointment of heartache of loss of whatever it might be know that something is right around the corner. That's going to link together and it will all make sense now. I'm not saying that everything. Negative in our life happens for reason. But i do know that on the other side of those events opportunities do arise when we don't get lost in the events or allow that events to define us for example. You're the divorce person. You're the sick person. You're the bankrupt person. You're the fired person. Whatever that label is when you recognize that. That closed door doesn't define you. Then you shift your perspective to your future. Instead of focusing on the past of what did not work out the more quickly you can direct your minds gays. If you will toward your future you'll find that you move. Beyond the disappointment. Were quickly now. Of course there's appropriate time for grieving but when the grief has passed are you stuck on what was or are you looking for other opportunities. There's nothing worse than having an opportunity be presented to you and you're not ready for it so it passes you by and often that happens because we get focused on what was or the disappointment. We had that. Were not preparing ourselves for the future of win. That event is to happen and it will happen everything that happens in her life. Realize it's all links together. I know for me. I was so happy that i got to graduate early in the moment i didn't like it. I was disappointed. I was indignant. All those emotions that i felt but i was able to find the perspective later on when i took stock of how all those events led together to do something different. So if you're disappointed right now because somebody didn't work out think back to previous closed doors. How did it linked together for another opportunity to rise. Because if you've experienced that before you'll experience that again remember. A closed door is not a missed opportunity. It's a stepping stone for something new and greater in your life. Have you ever thought. Gosh i love to start my own radio or podcasts. But i have no idea how to do it or are you a season veteran. 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"Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me. There being proactive in your thoughts and actions have ever heard somebody say you make me so mad or it's not my fault that i did that you made me do it when you stop and think about that. That doesn't really make much sense does it. And of course we've always heard nobody can make you do anything but unfortunately we all fall victim to that mindset from time to time. Why do you think that is usually those thoughts and actions are developed. When we're a child often it's created out of frustration. Somebody does something to us. And we automatically go on the attack or the defense because it's our way of learning how we interact in society if we learn to defend ourselves or learn to respond in a way. That doesn't seem weak. Then we automatically move up in a chain of command with her family and peers. What i mean by that. Is this the older. We get the more introspection and more experienced. We have to understand our place in the world to understand what's healthy for us however if we've not taken time for self reflection and understand our place in the world or really understand how we view ourselves unfortunately those same thoughts and behaviors de protected us as children will continue to plague our life. What worked for us as a child doesn't work for us as an adult. So if you think about it if somebody says something or does something to you and you respond in a very dramatic or defensive way today does it really serve a purpose for you. When you have some time to reflect. Was it the healthiest choice. You could have made in that moment. Probably not and of course there's no judgment here whatsoever because we all are learning and growing developing to become the healthiest version of herself. One reason why. It's so important to be proactive in our thoughts and our actions is because in doing so we can lead a life. That's authentic with ourself. It moves us more towards a place of allowing peace and tranquility and creativity in our life as opposed to the opposite of that of causing more discord of disagreements of anger frustration in her life. And of course. There's a time and place to be defensive. But there's also a time and place to be proactive. The way to recognize if you're being proactive. Or not is when you're speaking with someone if you get a spike of emotion. That's emotion of anger frustration. A feeling hopeless that is going to automatically generate a feeling of defensiveness which automatically makes you go on autopilot from what you learned as a child and if you find that.
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"Thank you so much for listening to life allergy. I would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller folly except for twitter. Which is james m life allergy. I am also very active on instagram and create mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to.
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"Connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m balaji. I am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me. They're pivoting in your career when we were children. We all had wonderful ideas. If we wanted to be and what we wanted to become unfortunately life happens to all of us and sometimes those dreams don't always come true when life happens. Sometimes we get stuck with a job and that becomes our career and for other people companies down size or lay people off and they often nickel. What am i going to do. And of course there are other individuals who just want something different in their life but because they invested so much in their education they feel like they can't make a change. The great thing is there's always an answer. Research states that the average person has five different versions of their career. That career can be in the same industry or it could be something completely different for example for me my life saturday with music then. It went psychology and the now. I'm doing what i'm doing today. And thankfully i was able to merge all that together the psychology the music entertainment that i did. And that's a great thing about you. Is you have wonderful talents and gifts that maybe you're not using there many ways in which you can fit your career but one thing i really liked people to do is take a personal inventory of their life right. Now if you create the graph of fulfillment. And i've spoken about that before but what the graph film it does is it. Has you write down every aspect of your life so on a horizontal line. You're going to break your life down into as many components as possible for example your health your wellness your finances your relationships. Your friendships your spirituality. He retirement vacations your hobbies etc as many things as you can think about..
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"Of brands that you may even with like coach for example alley at the the the it basically there will a series of. Ipo's in the early two thousand and so that the brand exists but nothing company per se but as it's wonderful when you work for some or for an organization or for leader it actually seize your enthusiasm and says you know what. I'm not an care so much about whether you have certain degree. But if you if you're willing to learn and dig in and i'm gonna give you every opportunity possible It's fun i- hoefler. Many more or physicians sit ios managers like that per share. One thing that. I really appreciate about you as you when you're at work or just kind of looking around at your co workers and even yourself you really recognized how when people show up authentically that they do their best work. Can you walk me through that. What does not your authentic. Does that mean yeah. So great question james so the first thing i would say i want to give a working definition of for authenticity because when i started to write the book I did the research and read hundreds and hundreds of academic journals and books and things like that but there is no one solid definition of authenticity. But my working definition is the following to know who you are to know what matters most to you and the show up in the world in a way that reflects that to the extent that you wish to do so and the reason i say to the extent that you wish to do so is that it's important that you know who you are and you know what matters but you don't have to go to work or or an event or life experiences and tell everybody everything sure that you don't want to so it that's what i believe is so important and so as a ultimately made my way to the c. suite. I wanted to be the kind of leader at would look at the person sitting across the table from me and say listen. Please don't edit yourself. I want you to tell me exactly what you're thinking in the way that you would say it. Don't try to mimic somebody else. I want you to show up as who you are. And what i noticed when people Had that freedom and safety per se is that they were so much more enthusiastic about their work and a an i as as bear majer manager leader. I got so much more from them as well. You know you if the unedited trucial you will at work on so. This is the thing i mean. We learned to hide really early in our lives. And that's okay. There's a there's a time and a place for that but as we. This is why i put reawakened in the title as we grow and learn and gain confidence from our experiences and it's incumbent upon us to cake more of ourselves to stand up for the things that really matter to us and you know in the last year. We've had a lot of talk about diversity inclusion it organizations can't truly be include inclusive if you know most of the people are hiding who they truly are at work though. That's the thing. And i thank you so much. I love that definition. I think it's so important because it's true. You know when. I was when i used to be in psychotherapy. I would too slow kids if you're talking about boundaries and so i would take little hula hoops like a little group class with them. Take a little hoops. we all who hula-hoop out say this is everything is happens. Hula-hoop is me. I hair color my my silly jokes you know everything is me and so then they were talking about what's in theirs and that we will go up but we kind of bump each other with a hula hoops as okay. My hulu busy going to you doesn't you don't come inside mine and don't come side yours and so nuts however boundaries. As far as what does that look like inside of my hula-hoop is me my little world. My little force field. And so i would talk about that with them. And that's essentially when a very basic level. What you're saying is well as knowing out the things you love about yourself things. You don't like about yourself things you're working on your morals year your ethics all of that and that's encompassed in your skin and so as you go to locations for some it may be relevant to talk about one topic are not talking about some and just depends on quote reading the room if you will as well as also being true to yourself when it comes to your boundaries and what you will out your life and what you won't allow your life as beautifully said and i love the hula-hoop idea is absolutely wonderful. Loved it so much. As i was like okay. That's one so that was always my favorite ralph because we get to learn so much about them everything that they love the things that they do and it was his neat because it was no-one judge them because they were in their hula hoops. It was expenses. Everybody respected that. Saint space savage really really cute to see little kids. Enjoy that as well. Yeah and adults can learn from that too we. We still have a hard time setting boundaries for ourselves. Oh my gosh. Exactly and your book. once again. Authenticity reawakened the path to owning your life story and fulfilling your purpose you talk about five pivotal moments that each. That's important each person's life. Can you tell me more about that. As well share so at any point in our life we can look at as far as we possibly can remember and think about. I don't i don't want the listeners to get too hung up on the number you know. I think five to seven would be right. Those life experiences that we can really walk readers through this. We can say a ha they had experienced changed me in a dramatic way. They can dig but experience or can get bad experience but a quick story so for example when i was in first grade one of my pivotal moments. When i was in first grade we had homework and my family situation was chaotic and unpredictable and inconsistent. So homework wasn't really all that important. But i remember doing my quote homework for first grade. And when i came to class and i was participating which was unusual for me though the entire class klatt a ruined. Yes because again. This was so so unusual. So in my book i say okay identified the experience and that's what i just described but then how did you feel about that experience that you can still feel that moment today so to this day i can feel how proud i was at day and i can see that little girl that was mean and the power of that moment and how it changed my life the next step in this process that i walked the reader through his i of the gifts that i took away from that and gift can also be an area of discomfort and you're the psychologist and not me but a gift can be positive or areas of discomfort in that case. I am now known for doing my homework so i show up prepared love and i get. I get visibly irritated when other people james. I know. you're the same way. I can tell this already. Get the irritated and other people are not prepared. Armored either fake her way through something so you can even hear it a little bit in my voice. Intonation is facing a little bit yes so so this so this would be how these experiences play out if you really do the homework in the book. So you you you identify five seven of those. And then what i do is so that's department gave the definition about knowing who you are eat. Pivotal moments help. You know who you are and then another exercise in the book is taking. You know those gifts that when. I talked about Doing my homework and being prepared and then translating those into values so that would be feeling to you so the values that would come from that one story alone for.
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"At times but by tough coming from a place of love so if you start for example no that you really do care and value them you could give them the most significant feedback and saying james. You know. I think that you're better than this. What you what you're doing it. That's not who you all. I won't better from you. Because i know you'll better than this shall not came from the place where i was toronto cool. I was a judgmental. I was putting people down. That would have a very different energy behind it. But if a person knows the i am nurturing them that i am wanting the best for them then those they can take that feedback and it apps as as jet fuel rav van of dancing them on on putting them down sure. Here's as a here. That i'm thinking of times when i've been being those types of positions where i would have to give that type of feedback in one thing i was doing..
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"Thank you so much for listening. Till i folli. I would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m balaji. I am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. How to instantly grow and develop often. We think when we're working on herself that we have to be meditating all day or perhaps we have to read the latest self-help book and those things are wonderful. However there's a quicker way to self development the majority of us are pretty good at realizing when we're in the wrong or perhaps when we've done something that we're not too proud of and other times we don't give yourself enough credit for how far we've come in life or for the things we've learned the thing that i always do and what i teach is to simply ask the question. What am i learning about myself right now. The more quickly that you can ask that question. You'll find that it immediately allows you to do a quick body scan or two quick emotional scan to realize if you're overreacting or perhaps you've learned a lesson that you now get to practice and you find that you're really proud of yourself. I know there's been many times in my morning when i'm walking my dog. Bosley whitaker and i'm trying to drink my coffee..
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"Thank you so much for listening till i follow. Gee i would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life algae except for twitter. Which is james m life. I am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me. They're looking for opportunities. We all know individuals who are always positive that everything we say they can find the silver lining and then we know other people who are very pessimistic everything that said they find the negative in it. Why do you think that is. Unfortunately we as humans are wired or conditions to focus on the negative and this is why if you've had a negative event in your life..
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"He really hurt me. I didn't think he heard me but he really listens. Well he deal shortly. Be calling for an anti american film festival in new york and he was nominated in two categories and won for best movie in boston and really heard me assamese now inaki. He's writing finishing his second screen every single day as it goes up for him. My other kid for me where. We're not doing something creative and productive kanda just embracing wanting to tell stories that matter to us and hopefully will madden other people. Yeah i guess that's a beautiful thing that you're you you know how healthy amazing mothers like yourself a really imparts your knowledge and wisdom. Not only your craft but just just your encouragement some sometimes kids. Don't get that the encouragement. So that's amazing that you do that and of course your son heard you now. He's able to win all those awards as well. Do you never know you may be his assistant director when he drexel some some film monday. I wonder how that would be though. He's got great. Let's in any capacity. But i can help you. I'm so good for you. And everything i just think you know. I've been making independent movie. These and i've been lucky to make you know in a certain level would be wonderful. Cast and i've know some really good feedback. But i think that he's gonna make. I can see his imagination. So big she is. He watches four movies a day. Call him but is so passionate his passion. I'm passionate to. But honestly i think he's he's more pets all about. He lives and breathes. It's like drinking water perspiring as well to hear them down you know. He said to me the the day. Because i was looking for a quote to put on our ability. And we're acting school and he said you can't spell heart without arts and colts and he shared with me and he has a lot of art and he has allowed him hard and arts. That's wonderful. I had such a pleasure talking you today. Michelle if my listeners. Wanna to find more about you to obviously watch all your shows to learn more about you to perhaps go to your acting conservatories where they find all this information online okay. That's a great question. Somebody asked me to be day on lordy answer to that evidence. Show banner dot com and instagram's michelle banner. Arid perfect when my listeners. Know that if they cannot find this information and know the place simply go to the show notes. James miller life dot com. I you with all michelle's and social media thank you so much. Michelle danner for being awesome guessing ratio. Truly had a wonderful time with you. Thank you so much. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show through whichever portal. Join me today also. Please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me. Be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life allah dot com for sure to follow me also media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you.
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"I don't focus a ton on the breath because there's so much out there and actually one thing i found the sexually how i got my first clients. I wrote a whole article You know why taking a deep breath weiss telling somebody to take a deep breath can be terrible advice or something like that and Because for some people when they start to notice there breath it can be triggering and illnesses. Yoga you notice you notice album constriction lifting and your tents and you're starting to get very overwhelmed and then you check in and you notice there's enough space debris that can also be anxiety producing so i tend to encourage people use tools like looking around and identifying five things a certain color looking re hundred and sixty two really ground. Not start with. Maybe you don't have to usually do like lou yellow red your primary colors. You can pick whatever you want in orient with sound but the idea is to build a map of where you are stationed three hundred and sixty degrees using a using a difference tense. You can alter pat yourself down. You know. Two billion skin Attend not to ground using the brat so much people and actually like an appreciate you teaching me because i put it together in my mind as well as you were talking with someone who's experienced trauma Certain types of trauma the breath itself that sound or that feeling can be a trigger. And so i appreciate you saying that that. Thank you for teaching me that as well because i can see someone who would be have trauma how that breathing would actually cause more of a hindrance as it would to communism so thank you for sharing that with me of course one thing though is you know somebody does have access to like nose breathing You know this is something needs a lot. My family's remind each other to breathe through the nose in and out because that allows the diaphragm to move easier. And if you're breathing through your mouth which uses your chest muscles more And this will help bring the nervous system so but if you stuffy nose like it's allergy season up here. I said to my daughter right. Now who had cerebral seasonal allergies. Breathe through your nose should searching. So she'd give me quite and also heard. I can't remember it's it is is other left or right nostril that you breathe through it actually slows down your heart rate even more so someone will have to look looking at it. I don't remember what it was. But that's to add on to what you're saying. But that's wonderful. I like that. I think that's very good. I love the practicality and not to minimize but it's it's brilliant to really use your five senses to ground because what we teach in psychology is. If you're struggling too much in your head you have to get out your. And so that's all your senses are so important and so when you have that then you you're aware of surroundings and you're focusing on that you're mindfully looking. I'm looking at this. I'm looking at that. I'm here in this. Hearing that. And i can feel that. So that really get someone out of their head and then conversely if you're at of space where there's too much sense senses you go inward any yourself. Talk your time guides you congressman on as well so it just really depends on how what the person needs at that moment but i love the fact that you teach seventy outward and also they can go inward as needed as well. Yes i also In i talk about a way to come in word using the census to refresh specifically with hearing which is listening to I further away outside and then moving their way into your in your own sounds and you can use it the reverse. i like. That's actually when i tend to use most for me Either expanding out starting with my own sounds expanding out or starting with if i need to comment myself cutting with outside. Sounds back in. you're brilliant. I love this as i've never. That's great that we form of chicano which is a type of sensory aspects of that as well. So i really. I'm i'm actually going to use. I love that spatial aspect of it to us. So thank you. I've learned so much. I really have great now. Your book recently just came out. Congratulations what's on the horizon for you. So i'm doing some book events which is exciting And actually the book launch in this virtual world is going to be online on june tenth. And it's going to be a mini self-care retreat. We're going to do it with the story of bookshop. My friends over there and there'll be some reading a conversation with folks at meredith healing and lisa winer And also i'm going to be taking people through that self guided of intake as well. Good and i'm doing a few more events around the book Man i am always happy to come and speak with organizations. You know. And i'm just looking to Keep spreading the word as really exciting. I mean i started doing it. Because i wanted to tell people about it Let's see i'll just bang pots and pans. Well this show. This show was syndicated for multiple times in the future. So if people hear this and of course they missed that event then you can simply go to her website so laura. Thank you so much for gas my show today. Melissa we want to find out more. I about you to find everything you're doing. And to purchase your book lifting heavy things healing trauma. One rep a time where they find this information online. You can find it on my website Which is laura qatari dot com and my book is available from your preferred bookseller In the united states and canada and also Other places around the wolves at selling books. Wonderful my listeners. Also know that if they can't find this information any other place simply go to the show notes. James miller life algae dot com. And i will link you with laura thank you so much. A wonderful guest my show. Today i learned so much. Thank you the pleasure. It was really nice to meet you. James i also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show ever portal. You me today also. Please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you like to work with me. Be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life policy dot com. Be sure to follow me and also show media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..
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"And thomas lloyd and daniel carroll would have gone to the same church saint peter's in new york It's my speculation i think i'm fairly Right in saying that. There was correspondence between lloyd and carol on a personal level daniel carroll To make sure that his remarks would have an outsized importance in the official register. Now james madison denno. Carol were good friends At least in a political sense During the ratification debates Of the us constitution. They exchanged multiple letters to each other and geno. Carol is a very Watchful witness of the state ratification in maryland. And he sends william packers set of grievances against About the first the current constitution a at a to james madison and one of the grievances is that There's no language about The fact that we shouldn't have an established church no federal church and general. Carol sends this This list of Grievances to james madison says look. It's it's these amendments. Have no use year right because the federal is have one but may be of use to you in virginia So i see this as a coordinated effort between daniel carroll and james madison to appease anti-federalists On the question of these amendments. And i see this as a coordinated effort in the halls of congress at the time in which general unambiguously sports it now. The language of godfather is not to suggest that denno carol is the father of the first amendment. He is of course not james. Madison was the one who i started. the the manson of course they went through several rounds of of contested debate and and redrafting but he is godfather sense the fact that he supports right the first amendment in this way provides a kind of theoretical justification for it right and sponsors it in that way so i see this is not as a singular feet of james madison but as a coordinated effort between daniel caroline and madison so in in the book the section. You talk about Traditions that predate. John locke though explicit influences on the founders especially after of the bill of rights in the first amendment and so is one. If you could talk about some of those traditions that you referred to and How we know that. They haven't explicit impact on the founders. Well the one the the tradition. I haven't in mind when. I say that That there are traditions. That predate john locke is is the anti papal tradition so john locke argues in the letter concerning toleration and many other documents One of which was just recently uncovered in Saint john's college in annapolis on the question of of whether to tolerate catholics in all these documents john carroll sorry john locke comes down quite decisively on the fact that when should not tolerate catholics for for these two reasons right that they ultimately that they deliver themselves up to a foreign prince the pope. Now john locke knows Of a previous traditions within the catholic church that Militate against this position He has several pamphlets in his library that he notes and.
"james " Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Head. As we interviewed him kevin harrington resent his mentor book. Yeah yeah and and he talked with mentorship for quite a while of course during the interview. And what's really needed inside this member side. I mentioned that we have i. I can see the comments people making zeidan and coming back and forth and the most common comment on that already and we just launched a week ago is i really need to get a mentor. They do you know what i'm getting at is that and so many people struggle needlessly. Because if you can find somebody else that can say. Don't bow down. That man hilarious fell down there. It's gross down there and you can jump over that mantle. You're still gonna fall planning your well. What the stuff. You're gonna learn that if you get the right mentor is going to actually make it possible to follow your passion. Probably get paid to do it. So i know that that was a very weird side angle but i want to add that if i gave somebody a tip i would say find a mentor and start and by the way. Also don't worry about getting paid to do it. Part time everything i've done when i launched us up was part time when i started in stand up. I mentioned that was. I was in the corporate world. I transitioned to speaking. Spent three years working the corporate world using my evenings and weekends to speak at places now allow for free and it built from there. The great by doing it. That way. When i find left i least had some semblance of the confidence that i was gonna still. I was going to be able to get paid enough clients to pay the bills. And so i would say to people. Don't be in such a rush but then also get a mentor. so you don't fall down the mantles. Everybody else does brilliant. I think that's wonderful. Wonderful advice lapore. It has been absolute pleasure having my show today and my listeners. One to find out more about you to listen to your shows to purchase your book the book of why and how discover the time of secrets to success in abundance. Where are they find out. All this information online. So i've said people to places once for a freebie so i mentioned that we launched the influence or vault and if people go listening goto the influence or ball dot com so the influence of all dot com. And i only say this james because it's very relevant to what we're talking about. We actually put together a ten insights pediatric. Okay read and in that. I basically called what. I considered the top Lessons i learned from some of the top leader. So when you go in there you're gonna see less by. Lisa nichols bob proctor. Less brown but you can get that by going to the influence or about dot com and basically You just sign up. You grab a copy and then it'll actually redirect you to our influence of vault website if you want that option and then if they want to know more people want to know more about how to get a copy of the book of why i keep that easy as well. It's the book of why dot com perfect. My listeners also know that if they cannot find information and near the place simply go to the show. Notes in this particular episode. And i will direct you with corey. Thank you so much awesome. Get so much. I really appreciate in my pleasure my friend. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show huge portal. You join me today. Also please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase. My previous guests sell products. If you like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life policy dot com. Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite following except for twitter. Which is james m life once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..
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"Make the mistake of thinking like mindful. Parenting is being calm all the time and that's not true zachary. Now we're gonna ha. We're gonna build your kids. Do like annoying destructive like all kinds of immature things by definition their kids. You know and you're gonna feel frustrated and you know and and all of those feelings and that's okay. It's okay for your your kids to see that you have those feelings. But what what. The beautiful thing is if they can also see you recognizing those feelings in healthy way. Oh i'm so frustrated right now rather than what's wrong with me. I'm frustrated. I'm terrible person right and like saying i'm press you know what i'm feeling really frustrated right now so i think i'm going to go splash cold water on my face. I need a minute like that's so helpful. You're modeling emotionally healthy regulation. You're showing them how to a way to take care of their feelings and you know you're human you're being authentic real with them when it goes back to aspect of not creating the optimal version of parenting looks like because as we said really does unattainable so i love the fact that you have. Every moment teachable moment for parents to help guide and model the behavior of healthy behaviors. Children tell me more about your mindful parenting courses. Well mindful parenting goes. It's it brings together. Those those things i got so frustrated for well it brings together all those mindfulness tools that in that inner work those inner work tools that we really really need. And that you know. Parents are often very like fixated on my child to listen to me and and that's really important. You know so we have all this communication skills too. But the i work we do is in developing mindfulness practice and even understanding maybe are triggers from childhood doing some work around that and practicing self compassion practicing to learning how to take care of her difficult feelings because most of us weren't taught that right so having a having a clear method to be able to take care of to feelings and call my reactivity and then it brings all inter work which just helps to ground us to send her us to to to helps us to to not to let go of trying to control them so much so that we feel right or helping all better and then and then all those communication skills so that you can learn how to resolve problems and help your kids resolve problems without resorting to threats and punishment which create resentment. So it's really about understanding our needs and being able to express your own needs in create boundaries for your kids around your own needs and then also under you know being able to solve problems that you know in ways that everybody gets their needs met so it brings together these communication skills. That have you know. Have been around since the sixties and seventies that are so so vital with that inner work and together. It's a pretty unstoppable combination which is coal it really is. I really liked the fact that you just allow parents to realize that they have a choice. They don't have to be reactive. They can be but they have other choices and other opportunities to once again demonstrate healthier behaviors but sometimes we forget in the moment that we have choices. We do responded autopilot. So that's wonderful that your mindfulness practices remindful parenting courses. Really help people have that ability to say. What are my options right now. And what's the healthiest response that will give in this moment. Yeah yeah and. I really think it's for people who are like you know. Oh my gosh. i'm so reactive. That i feel like i couldn't imagine totally for you out. You know but. I really liked that because going back to everything we were talking about earlier just the whole thing. Mindfulness it's like you said before it doesn't have to be this long long winded techniques. It's something that's so practical. So it's great that you're you're mindful. Parenting courses really teach that but transitioning real quickly into the book because we will have a few more minutes so once going to raise good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactor parenting raising kind confident kids. I was reading the reviews that you have on amazon. And they're wonderful so many people have said wonderful things about this book how. It's changed their lives. It helped them just really understand like i said earlier choices and how to be a healthier parents in a non reactive parents as well because there's nothing worse than trying to be the best you can and then years later when your kid isn't therapy talking to me saying you did this and new to that so good to hear that you are on the cutting edge of helping people find their way navigate their parents styles. Thank you thank you so much. I really appreciate that. What's next for you. Oh gosh one thing. I'm working on which is very exciting of doing mindful parenting teacher training programmes teaching parents. And and there's all kinds of people who are in the program who to teach it in their communities which is really more. We have teacher trainees in like australia. Sweden us wow. Yeah that's really impressive. I know you also have a podcast as well. Tell me more about that. Oh yeah the mindful mama podcast. I love doing the podcast. Obviously got to learn average. So many great people have had incredible guests on like sharon salzberg eagle and and it's just a joy for me too. I think that You know somehow. I i love talking. It's pretty easy for talk. But but yeah i. I don't know what to say about the podcast there so much there to lower so many different pieces of you know from all about kids to understanding ourselves to like being able to create a an optimal environment kids. And you know there's just a lot there to dive into. Thank you switch fantastic guests. I'm gonna show that you have done incredibly well. I've learned so much from you already my listeners to find out more about you to purchase your book one more time raising good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactor parenting raising kind confident. Kids where are they. Find all this information online at mindful mama mentor dot com wonderful my listeners. That if they can't find this information any other place simply go to the show notes at james miller lite follow dot com. And i will link you with hunter. Thank you so much should be a wonderful guest today. I truly appreciate your expertise. Thank you so much. James i really. It's been a pleasure. I also wanna thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show fewer ever put join me today. Also please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes free the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me be a guest on or advertise. The show visit james miller life policy dot com be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite following except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..
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"james " Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Things around. You just don't matter the way they did before. I love that and that just proves that we have everything we could we. We have the dopamine there. We know how to act. That's now i love that. That's a great tip. We'll have a couple seconds here. But i know we get a chance to talk about your youtube channel. That's coming up or your podcast but if my listeners wanna find out more about you into once again listen to your five minutes annotation podcast To watch your new youtube channel. That's coming up and to also purchase your book once again. Covert survival guide. Twenty nine tips for finding joy imagining stress during a certain time to where would they find all this information online yet. Thank you james. it'll be on my website. Which is Janine mcglade dot com. That's j. e. a. n. n. i n. at a lot of ends of my name glade and cg l. a. d. dot com. You can find everything there. I've even got a club. Now that i'm just starting that's going to have a. It's a self care club so if people are interested that's also my website and the medications. You can find anywhere. You can listen to podcasts. Awesome well my listeners. Know that if they can't find this information the place simply go to the show notes. James miller dot com. And i will have all of her Janin's contact information in the show notes to name mcclay. Thank you so much for being a fantastic estimate shirts too. I really appreciate it all james. It was a pleasure. Thank you so much fast friends like you said. Join into to thank you. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show whichever portal join me today. Also please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self products. If you'd like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show. Visit james miller life dot com. Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you.