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Biden Admonishes Trump Administration Over ‘Obstruction’: How Serious Is It?

BBC World Service

03:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Admonishes Trump Administration Over ‘Obstruction’: How Serious Is It?

"In the past. Complaints about presidential transitions have actually being quite funny. Do smeared on desks, missing door knobs, taking all particular letters off keyboards? That kind of thing, sort of lighthearted, joshing us Suppose between one American administration and another Certainly not funny this time around on the U. S. President elect Joe Biden seems to have finally lost his temper. He's made a speech explicitly accusing the Pentagon of acting irresponsibly because they're failing to cooperate, he says with the Biden transition team, they're due to take over course on January, the second In a speech, Mr Biden said that particularly the political leadership of the Defense Department were being obstructive, and it meant that his team wasn't getting crucial information on key areas of national security. We've encountered roadblocks on the political leadership at the Department of Defense and the Office of Management and Budget. Right now. We just aren't getting all the information that we need. From the outgoing administration in key national security areas. It's nothing short in my view of irresponsibility. Well, how genuine is the risk? Because Mr Biden said that it's making it more difficult to protect the people of America who is speaking about this a little bit early with Hugo Lowell, whose national political reporter and contributor at political So this is really now becoming a pattern of obstruction, I think from the Trump administration and the president elect said earlier today, the Department of Defense, which in many ways is the most troubling of all, since the political maneuvering here, could have real far reaching consequences for national security. But Dear Dee, in particular has been a real thorn in the side of the transition team. They've holding meetings Previously, they've claimed that previous meetings that were canceled work by mutual agreement. This turned out to be not the case with public translator walked back these claims and when the head of the meeting, so it has been great, tumultuous for the National Security Review team's on what is Biden saying that his teams of feeling the lack off I mean classified analysis. How serious is this? Because then they know most of this stuff anyway. I think it is quite serious, and I think the bottom team don't like to criticize theme administration because he ran on this message of unity, but we can pursue some clues from what the president elect said today. No. First of all that you can't get a picture of the military's operations around the world, which is significant because this Trump administration wants to draw downs and various theaters. He's also saying You can get insight into budget planning that he's going to inherit, so there are a number of key areas. Operationally that the bottom teams say didn't have any insight into and other naming names. I mean, he's been pretty explicit his criticism. But does it mean that there are particular people in particular jobs who aren't helping? Yeah, it's a really good point. I think a lot of transition aides point towards individual called Kush Batteries, a Trump loyalist to was appointed as the Pentagon chief of staff in the days after Trump lost the election, and there was a purge of personnel. From the department is the same Kush battle that worked to discredit the Russia probe into election difference in 2016 as an aid to Devin Nunes was on. The House Intelligence Committee chairman is the same Krishna tell who was suspected of running a shadow foreign policy operation with regard to Ukraine something that came up drinking Peter increase So he's really not the ideal candidate. I think

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"krishna" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

05:08 min | Last month

"krishna" Discussed on Talking Junk

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Los Angeles County COVID-19 restrictions begin today

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:07 min | Last month

Los Angeles County COVID-19 restrictions begin today

"New corn virus restrictions take effect for the 10 million residents of L. A county. This, of course, because of a massive surge in recent cases, health officials say they've seen a huge increase in covert 19 just in the past couple of weeks with hospitalizations up 100%. Now, under the new Safer at home order, occupancy levels have been reduced to just 35% and essential businesses and even less it non essential ones. Plus, people cannot meet with others outside of their own households this to try to stem the tide of new patient. We are seeing people in their twenties, thirties, forties and fifties. Dr Suman Radha Krishna's the director of infectious Disease at Dignity, Health, California Hospital, she says. They're very concerned about all the Thanksgiving get to get There's two with families mixing with other families in about a week or so we'll start seeing more cases in in about two weeks. We would see more hospitalization. Under the new rules, all outdoor activities except for swimming require face coverings and social distancing. John Bear

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IBM: Why Eyes are Fixed on Big Blue

MarketFoolery

02:24 min | 3 months ago

IBM: Why Eyes are Fixed on Big Blue

"With big blue. However, IBM is spinning off its IT infrastructure division into a new publicly traded company that that is the legacy part of IBM's business. Or shares of IBM up about seven percent. So that's helping to boost the Dow and. Arvind Krishna who took over as CEO of IBM back in April. not, really wasting anytime setting the direction for IBM's future. No, no it a little bit a little bit Sati, Nadal ask if you if you will. In anything that makes a lot of sense I mean it was interesting to note the pre-market enthusiasm IBM world pretty quickly in the market opened. Bu-. Whenever you can get the word spinoff and unlock value and cloud in the same release you've got to feel pretty good about that especially if you're IBM. So I. Think this move is really this is this is the final move in trying to turn a page for this company. In IBM is really geared toward trying to become identified as a cloud company period in. So that's what this ultimately is. It spits off spins off a little bit of a legacy part of the business. It gives them the chance to really focus on where they feel like the puck is going so to speak. Doesn't make me want to own IBM more now. No I don't think so I mean I probably honestly if I were shareholder. Maybe look at it as a nice time to cut bait and you know pull the old George Costanza. Leave on a high note But this really does go all the way back to the nineteen ninety s when former management identified the need to pivot away from. The reliance on hardware sales and really focus more on software and services. and. So what this will do ibm the new IBM will focus on it's it's open a hybrid cloud platform which. Represents a massive massive opportunity I mean that's one trillion dollar opportunity which. I listen I. Mean we talk about large growing market opportunities all the time, and that's obviously a big. So you can't you can't neglect. Considering that and The spinoff company the yet to be named company. I don't know that I. Feel. So strongly about one that's focused more on managing and modernizing client owned infrastructures, I mean it's a big market opportunity but is it just legacy IBM businesses never really been compelling to begin with?

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Deutsche Bank launches investigation into longtime banker of Trump, Kushner

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

Deutsche Bank launches investigation into longtime banker of Trump, Kushner

"The longtime personal banker President Trump and his son in law, Jared Kushner, over a 2013 realestate deal between the banker and a company part owned by Mr Kushner in June 2013 the banker Rosemary Grab Lick and two of her DeutscheBank colleagues purchase to Park Avenue apartment for about 1.5 $1,000,000 from a company called Berga LS 7 15 Associates. This, according to New York property records. Mr. Kushner, a senior advisor to the president, disclosed in an annual personal financial report late Friday that he and his wife, Ivanka, Ivanka Trump, had received one million to five million last year from Bruegel, 7 15 The deal went through Trump and Kushner. And Krishna's secured about $190 million in loans from Deutsche Bank. Bank employees are normally prohibited from making personal transactions with customers because of potential conflicts of interest. Wins NEWS time. 6

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The Full Circle Weekly News

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

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"You're listening to full. Circle Weekly News Articles are compiled by Eric the and ready in me. You're host Leo China's. This episode covers the six to the twelfth of April twenty twenty. Red Hat names Paul, cormet president and CEO. With the blessing of Arvid, Krishna CEO of IBM and. First President of IBM Paul, said quote. The opportunity for red hat has never been bigger than it is today and I am honored to lead the company to help our customers solve the challenges and to keep red hat at the forefront of

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"You're listening to full. Circle Weekly News Articles are compiled by Eric the and ready in me. You're host Leo China's. This episode covers the six to the twelfth of April twenty twenty. Red Hat names Paul, cormet president and CEO. With the blessing of Arvid, Krishna CEO of IBM and. First President of IBM Paul, said quote. The opportunity for red hat has never been bigger than it is today and I am honored to lead the company to help our customers solve the challenges and to keep red hat at the forefront of

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"You're listening to full. Circle Weekly News Articles are compiled by Eric the and ready in me. You're host Leo China's. This episode covers the six to the twelfth of April twenty twenty. Red Hat names Paul, cormet president and CEO. With the blessing of Arvid, Krishna CEO of IBM and. First President of IBM Paul, said quote. The opportunity for red hat has never been bigger than it is today and I am honored to lead the company to help our customers solve the challenges and to keep red hat at the forefront of

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"You're listening to full. Circle Weekly News Articles are compiled by Eric the and ready in me. You're host Leo China's. This episode covers the six to the twelfth of April twenty twenty. Red Hat names Paul, cormet president and CEO. With the blessing of Arvid, Krishna CEO of IBM and. First President of IBM Paul, said quote. The opportunity for red hat has never been bigger than it is today and I am honored to lead the company to help our customers solve the challenges and to keep red hat at the forefront of

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"You're listening to full. Circle Weekly News. Articles are compiled by Eric the and ready in me. You're host Leo China's. This episode covers the six to the twelfth of April twenty twenty. Red Hat names Paul, cormet president and CEO. With the blessing of Arvid Krishna CEO of IBM and First President of IBM Paul, said quote. The opportunity for red hat has never been bigger than it

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"You're listening to full. Circle Weekly News. Articles are compiled by Eric the and ready in me. You're host Leo China's. This episode covers the six to the twelfth of April twenty twenty. Red Hat names Paul, cormet president and CEO. With the blessing of Arvid Krishna CEO of IBM and First President of IBM Paul, said quote. The opportunity for red hat has never been bigger than it

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IBM quits facial recognition, joins call for police reforms

Orlando's News at Noon

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

IBM quits facial recognition, joins call for police reforms

"IBM is getting rid of its facial recognition software and they'll no longer provide it to law enforcement in a letter to Congress CEO Arvind Krishna said the technology can be used for racial profiling and violation of basic human rights and freedoms and calls for police reform an MIT study found that facial recognition tech is more likely to miss identified darker skinned faces other companies working on such technologies include Microsoft and

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IBM will no longer offer, develop, or research facial recognition technology

Daily Tech News Show

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

IBM will no longer offer, develop, or research facial recognition technology

"IBM said in a letter to members of Congress that it's exiting the general purpose facial recognition business. CEO Arvind Krishna said in the letter quote. Ibm No longer offers general purpose IBM facial recognition or analysis software. IBM firmly opposes and will not condone uses of technology including facial recognition technology offered by other vendors for mass surveillance, racial profiling violations of basic human rights and freedoms, or any purpose, which is not consistent with our values and principles of trust and transparency and IBM rep, told axios that the company spent months on this decision, and it's been in communication with customers and will support existing

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IBM pulling out of facial recognition market out of profiling fears

Techmeme Ride Home

03:14 min | 8 months ago

IBM pulling out of facial recognition market out of profiling fears

"IBM has sent a letter to members of Congress announcing that it is exiting the general purpose, facial recognition business, and that it opposes the use of facial recognition technology for mass surveillance, quoting axios. IBM Not offers general purpose IBM facial recognition or analysis software CEO Arvind Krishna said in the letter quote. IBM firmly opposes and will not condone uses of any technology including facial recognition technology offered by other vendors for mass surveillance, racial profiling violations of basic human rights and freedoms or any purpose, which is not consistent with our values and principles of trust and transparency and quote. An IBM representative told that the decisions were made over a period of months at had been communicated with customers. Though this is the first public mention of the decision IBM said it will no longer market sell or update these products, but will support existing clients as needed. The letter also included Krishna's suggestions for legislation around police reform, and the responsible use of technology IBM said that Ai for example has a role to play in law enforcement, but should be thoroughly vetted to make sure it doesn't contain bias. The company is also calling for stricter federal laws on police misconduct quote Congress should bring more police misconduct cases under federal court purview, and should make modifications to the qualified immunity doctrine that prevents individuals from seeking damages when police violate their constitutional rights, Chris said Congress should also establish a federal registry of police misconduct adopt measures to encourage or compel states and localities to review and update use of force policies and quote. Now your first reaction to this headline probably mirrored my first reaction and actually. It seems like our gut. Instincts are probably right here as Chris Anderson tweeted quote. This is brilliant number one fall woefully behind in technology number to realize that you have no chance of ever catching up number three declare that the technology that you can't do is evil and promised to do more of it number four write a letter to Congress number five profit and quote. Though as Gary, record tweeted quote. This tech is not that complicated pretty soon, a commodity in tech firms. IBM Did the right thing before they are on the wrong side of this, the others will follow the consequences for abuse must be high and people in companies, personally liable for surveillance of society and quote. To which I'd say, yeah, but are you honestly saying that IBM would walk away from a multibillion dollar business? If they thought they could own it? And I don't know about that. Still maybe I'm being too cynical, and this is a credit. Where do sort of thing quoting Jessi Hempel? This huge IBM move will force other large companies to take a stand even if they're silence is their statement and quote and as Evan. tweeted quote while some companies think it's enough to tweet support for social justice while marketing tool for oppression IBM gets out of the facial recognition business in states, opposition to mass, surveillance and racial profiling and quote.

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Packed protests raise concerns over increase of coronavirus infections

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:01 min | 8 months ago

Packed protests raise concerns over increase of coronavirus infections

"Experts are increasingly worried about the potential for a significant second surgeon correct new coronavirus cases as thousands continue to gather in protest as the economy began to reopen there was the anticipation that there would be an up tick as people went back to work but the demonstrations have raised concerns about the potential for a significant increase rather than a small one we are ready that awkward after the numbers and not much of a doctor Sumana Radha Krishna is the director of infectious disease at dignity health California hospital Medical Center she says anyone going out to these protests cops included should be wearing masks are something that is necessary for the date of birth not only yourself but if the media is not concerned about a second wave of cases comes even though the first wave isn't even over according to Johns Hopkins University California is one of about twenty states to see the number of new cases rising over the past five days Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news

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IBM Announces First Job Cuts Under New Chief Executive

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

IBM Announces First Job Cuts Under New Chief Executive

"IBM will be reducing its staff though it's not revealing how many people will be laid off the Wall Street journal says it's believed to involve several thousand workers it's the first job cuts at IBM since the new CEO Arvind Krishna it took

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"krishna" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"krishna" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"He crawls into the back lays on his home built bed and wraps himself in a blanket. It's after midnight and he's exhausted. His mind keeps racing. He closes his eyes. Willing sleep to come but sleep is not cooperating throws off. The blanket crawls into the driver's seat enrolls join chanting softly as he rolls. How Ray Krishna? Ra Krishna Krishna. Krishna Hari Krishna Devote as like Steve. Aren't supposed to do drugs. They aren't supposed to do a lot of things but some of them do some of them do terrible things and if you speak up and challenge their authority he shakes his head. Let it go Steve. You're moving on new beginnings as he fires up the joint. There's a tap on his window. He turns recognizes the face in the shadows immediate lane. It's not someone he wants to see. Tirta or Thomas. Drescher tear lives in West Virginia so he should not be here not in. La and certainly not standing next to Steve's fan late at night maybe at Steve's mind playing tricks he blinks to see if tier two will disappear when he opens his eyes tears. Still there staring at him. Steve keeps chanting our IRAMA. Our era does he still believe in Krishna. After so many years of disappointment after losing his wife losing his children is innocence. Artem still does an all of him needs more Christmas protection right now already. Hari Cureton raises his hand holding a forty five. Steve Leans closer aroma to listen to the rest of episode one. The Hari Krishna Murders on American scandal. Click the link in the show description or subscribed to American scandal and other great podcasts from wondering on Apple Podcast spotify or wherever. You're listening now..

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Hobbled by coronavirus, China's first-quarter GDP shrinks for first time on record

BBC World Service

03:57 min | 10 months ago

Hobbled by coronavirus, China's first-quarter GDP shrinks for first time on record

"Kerry let's stay with China the economy there is now worth fourteen trillion dollars the second largest in the world since opening up its economy in the nineteen seventies it has grown every single quarter until now compared to the same period last year Chinese national income or GDP has fallen by almost seven percent as a direct result of covert nineteen the collapse was even more pronounced if you compare the first quarter with those three months immediately preceding us motion young is the spokesperson of the Chinese national bureau of statistics the police United Kingdom I think what we can see that the sudden attack of covert nineteen has indeed had a pretty big impact on the economic performance of our country in the first quarter major economic indicators clearly declined we must also see that in March those indicators showed momentum of rebound and the decline has been narrowed Krishna was sunny is our Asia business correspondent based in Singapore and I asked her for more details on these scary figures well we've got a whole set of figures released on Friday along with the GDP data which is typically what happens every time China releases the growth figures so what we also learnt was that retail sales which is how much people are buying in China fell by nineteen percent in the first three months of the year that's an astounding statistic and really showing you just how badly the lockdown people being **** I thank did add their ability to go out and buy things and that's the same elsewhere in the world the other interesting figure I thought was the fact that industrial production dropped eight point four percent in the past three months in the and that also is a reflection of the fact that factories just aren't making as many things for the outside world either so you've got to pressures on the Chinese economy one that people at home haven't been buying and the other is of course Dimond and rest of the world is slowing down because so many of us have stuck in our homes in lockdown as a result of add the measures governments are taking to combat the corona virus as we were hearing from a motion young from the national bureau of statistics he was referring to the uptake near the end of that quarter so they're kind of saying that the worst was at the beginning of the quarter rather than at the end do you see evidence that the Chinese economy is re emerging from its chrysalis yeah I do see some evidence and you can see that companies are going back to what the American chamber of commerce says that nearly a quarter of their companies expect to return to normal business operations by the end of this month on a wider scale domestically you are seeing evidence Chinese companies are going back to work to still they have to face strict social distancing measures which means that it's very difficult to go back to operating they were before the corona virus hit at China and in terms of actual normal life resuming normal business operations resuming nobody I've spoken to says that's going to happen before the end of the year the Chinese economy shrank by six point eight percent a record breaking amount compared to the same quarter last year I get the markets in Asia were positive so far on Friday was that because they had feared and even worse number from Chinese GDP you know the range of numbers in the forecasts for Chinese GDP Joe went from anything from six point five percent to twenty eight percent so I think people which is so worried about what kind of impact they was going to be any sign that things weren't as bad as they could have been has injected to some degree of optimism in to add the markets here in Asia but I can't be at that with the fact that people have been buying at the smallest into positive news and then selling when numbers in the second country go very high in terms of infection so I think that this optimism will be short

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Daniel Goleman: The Mind and Meditation

The Wisdom Podcast

09:41 min | 10 months ago

Daniel Goleman: The Mind and Meditation

"I have the pleasure of speaking with Daniel Goldman to claim psychologist and author of several books including the international bestseller emotional intelligence. Why Can Madam Molden? Iq Daniel has written extensively on the connections between human psychology science and contemplative practice and their practical applications in both leadership and in everyday life in this conversation. Daniel talks about his early years at Harvard where he earned his PhD in psychology and how encounters with great teachers such as Ramdas took Kunar remedy and many others would pave the way for his research on meditation and Non Western theories of mind unlike he studies in psychology which largely focused on the content of the mind. By-pass enough focused on the process. Which was tremendously exciting Daniel. He then discusses how mindfulness and meditation topics not will receive. Graduate advises have evolved within the United States and within American culture most profoundly. Daniel discusses his most recent work on climate change. He off is extraordinarily astute insights on how the human mind grapples with the difference between imminent verses symbolic threats and how these translates into the world of capital consumerism and personal responsibility he also shares his thoughts on how Donald Practitioners My contrbute to these calls. Especially I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too so I thought to start with awesome you so. You're a graduate student at Harvard and went to. India is that is that rushing seventy might travelling companions on the trip. Were someone known as Jeff. Cable? Who's called Krishna? Dos The devotional singer. Another friend was released for DOS. Who just lose writing books with Rhonda's because I had met Ramdas quite by accident cosmic what you would say tender auspicious coincidence or something but My Freshman Freshman Trish during graduate school. I was writing a paper suicide over the Christmas. Oh holiday and I get a knock on the door of my apartment in Cambridge in. It's a woman why never seen before. And she had run into a friend of mine who had been in a communal house in Berkeley. Who's going around the world? And he had sent a letter to me that she was the currier four and she had been in a monastery in Nepal where she met a an American. A guy named Bongolan not rundown. Yes and basically she. I have two things to do here. One is delivered this letter to you. The second is to visit this guy. The BAGUA DOS it. I really shouldn't need and the third was to go to my sister's wedding but she backed out and so that was why she came to America. So I said well I'll take you to meet this person you know. Your Christmas is writing on suicide. We ended up driving up to New Hampshire in there in this farm house. Luxuriance funhouse in a small room. Upstairs was this guy all white along there but no Julia was and he had all these weird pictures on the wall turned out to be Hindu deities and we watching remit and nobody said anything. I never been in a social situation where nobody said anything but I went along with it. And then after a while he spoke and it turned out he was Richard Alpert now. Rhonda's just come back from India and it turned out also that he had been fired from the program at Harvard that I was enrolled in a graduate student. Also I was on the graduates to school colloquium committee which meant I could invite him to come back and speak. Nice which I which was the first time he'd been back to Harvard since he was fired. And so you know he was on fire. He was really full of shocked as they say just back from India and he started. He came give a lecture started. Seven ended it too and to bribe janitor lettuce sticky two. Am to work. And I began to go to a kind of a summer camp that he was running his father's place in the Hampshire where I visited him. This was in the summer and after two rounds I found out that might fill ship to harbored included. A traveling challenge ship nice and I had a wonderful mentor at Harvard David McClellan who actually had hired fired leary and so what did he think about your little excursions to bomb. While he was a devout quaker and he was very interested in meditation so it seems glad that I was getting into this because none of it all is other graduate students. Were like all its study the need to achieve from the you know also you riding on suicide just WanNa go back to that in. What was was there any in that compelled you to write. Oh I had been at a teaching assistant in a course on death and dying talk. Guinan and I had gotten access to about several hundred suicide notes for Bailey Corner. Yeah and you know it's just a you know you study stuff in doubt. I mean I wasn't suicidal. But yet you had interesting death and dying or was that interested. Dr. Not like a personal interest but kind of academic academic India okay and so I should give it back on. My father was professor humanities and my mother was a social worker and I think I got a a kind of implicit value system. It was a very ecumenical. He taught a course called autobiography of civilization which was world literature so it a very lot instead of Sanskrit actually version Among other languages his best friend was the guy who founded the Asian Studies Department at Berkeley? No so I had this kind of view of the world which was larger than just Western yesterday so I was very interested in going to India but I found could In graduate school because Ron dos made me think oh I'd love to meet his guru yet girly Bob Him. You Know No. I'd never met anyone like him of the KARMAPA sixteenth city. Zuma Sitter Sixteenth Mama's yeah and They meant didn't see each other enough. Say met but Lama nor law whose retreat master for College Berries who was close to carmont stayed within croly Baba for two years and I think maybe he told them I never got the story of how he knew anything again. But anyway and Because this was nineteen seventy s very early. A lot of the wonderful lauman's the very shall we say far advanced llamas on the path from Tibet were still alive and Christopher Dawson and I met coup Air Fiche who is very humble. Wonderful being reviewed seem around dawn. You know mumbling all money. I when I saw going around the Stupa and people come and see him day and night and he was always happy to see. Whoever came which I contrasted with my professors at Harvard were world famous psychologist. You could see them like two to three on Tuesday office hours so anyway. Long Story Short coup. Who was wonderful and I didn't know till decades later with he was the teacher of the Dalai Lama on Compassion Chari out the time. You would certainly never say so. He had been offered the kind of the presidential suite with top sweet. And the monastery top floor didn't want he stayed in a very small room had little wooden bed. That was it was very simple. It beautiful way so I met him and kind of made it my business to look around I. I ended up studying the Pasta with Joseph Goldstein. Who was in residence of the Burmese? Mahara I think. Joseph was little horrified that other Westerners were showing up and Manindra had invited his friend going Kaji to give up his second course for Westerners and I went back and gave a talk at the conference on Yoga and Therapy Deli and told people there that there was going to be sub ten day retreat and when the people audience was named Sharon Salzberg cow and so she came to book Guy Learn how to meditate the rest is history was charged with Joseph of course so we go way way back to nineteen seventy really

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Sen. Richard Burr Faces Lawsuit Over Timing Of Stock Sale

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:36 min | 10 months ago

Sen. Richard Burr Faces Lawsuit Over Timing Of Stock Sale

"Water members of Congress going to do about stock trading by themselves. Revelations about Senator Richard. Burr raised this question. Our colleague Tim. Mack revealed that Senator Burr gave dire warnings about the pandemic to an exclusive group. A month ago that was a time when the president was downplaying the threat then propublica revealed that Burr also sold a lot of stock before the market crashed. Npr's Tim Mack still on this story. Tim Good Morning. Hey Good morning should lawmakers be trading in stocks at all well some lawmakers believe that they should be allowed to do that at all at lawmakers in the House of introduced what they call the band conflicted trading act. Now that's a bill. I championed by Jeff Merkley of Oregon in the Senate. It would prohibit lawmakers from trading individual stocks so along with Congressman Joanna Goose and Congresswoman Alexandria. Cossio Cortez Congressman Raja Krishna. More `they is one of the lead sponsors of the legislation. I think it's time that the public knows that their members of Congress are not profiteering. Off of you know information. They gained through their public service. It's not fair and it's not right. Democrats are the initial co-sponsors to the legislation but given the bipartisan outrage at Burr's actions they have some hope that Republicans will join them and to be clear this is telling lawmakers you can still have money. You can still try. A Mutual Fund Index Fund not individual stocks. Could PROFIT OFF OF INSIDE INFORMATION? Now this is not going to apply to Senator Booker if it becomes law. Because he's done what he's done but he's being sued isn't it? That's right Allan Allan Jacobsen of California was a shareholder in Wyndham hotels and resorts one of the stocks that bursts sold. And he's alleging that Senator Burr exploited information available to him as a senator for personal gain. Thomas O'Brien is lawyer representing Jacobson. And he said that they are trying to take the lead holding burr accountable. Back there. We're not waiting. For the Federal Government Regulatory Agencies. Were moving forward to remedy the wrong. With senator straight against are not I should note. I reset senator. Burs office for comment for the story but received no response Previously. He said that he relied only on public news stories to make his decision to dump stocks. He's also asked the Senate ethics committee to open an investigation into his own. Actions could face other scrutiny. Well the big question is whether the Justice Department and or the Securities and Exchange Commission will open up an investigation based on the facts. We already know in the public domain so to answer that I tried to ask around to people who had some experience in this manner. I spoke to Katie Goldstein. Who used to hold who used to lead these sorts of investigations in the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York? When I first read the allegations the thought that crossed my mind was it seems likely to me that there will be a grand jury investigation of this conduct. The circumstances were such that. I thought it was likely that. Us Attorneys Office. Perhaps the southern district of New York would open an investigation. So that's her view and her estimation but to be clear there's no evidence to the actual investigation has started. I also reached out to the Justice Department and the SEC. And they had no comment so a couple of things going on people saying there. Oughta be a law and also maybe impressions about whether Burr broke an existing law. Tim thanks so

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"krishna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg dot Krishna dialed really positive I think we can say Paul you know some of this may be tied to the idea that global efforts to contain the outbreak of the corona virus will succeed and that we will see limited kind of economic fallout a portion of the recovery that we had certainly here in the U. S. was tied to strong earnings at least the expectations for those results and after the bell apple delivered a record revenue and profits for the holiday quarter stock was up about two percent in the late U. S. session different story though for both A. M. D. and Starbucks we'll talk more about that coming up here on daybreak Asia in the US the Dow is ahead this seven tenths of one percent as MP climbs one percent nasdaq comp up one point four percent and right now in the APEC region the Nikkei higher not by much I'm gonna say it's essentially flat in Seoul the cost be better by about two tenths of one percent meantime in Sydney SX two hundred is a higher by four tenths of one percent now the market in Hong Kong is going to be back online after a lengthy lunar new year holiday that will happen at the bottom of the hour no futures yet trading and we have the foot see a fifty China futures right now trading and we're seeing a a modest modest gain their ten year treasury in the Tokyo session right now with the yield of one point six four percent I'm a Christian or the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York Brian all right thanks very much Doug yes we are reporting that the death count in China has jumped to one hundred thirty two and we have just under six thousand total cases reported in the United States the center for diseases control has advised against any non essential travel to China and we do also see some reports of White House considering further restrictions CNBC had reported earlier that that the trump administration had told airlines it may hold US China flights Paul is the a situation in China according to the national health commission the is now more than seventeen hundred cases twenty six deaths reported just on Tuesday and one of those deaths the first in Beijing Brian yes since sixteen Chinese cities are on lockdown it's about forty six million people who have been affected by that and in Hong Kong was what authorities study to clamp down in an effort to limit contagion the city has a restricted to travel from the mainland China market surge should rule to re open on Monday after an extended a lunar new year break and the P. B. R. C. is pledging to provide abundant liquidity we've got more from Glenn Beck sherry out market players are being urged to evaluate the impact of the corona virus objectively even so Chinese authorities are braces for a potentially tumultuous day when trading resumes the P. B. O. C. said along with the potential selloff in Chinese stocks there's a large amount of funds coming to you on Monday separately China's at top security regulator told brokerages to prepare for off site training in the marketing for structure is expected to be strained in addition to a return of equity trading the P. B. O. C. said the interbank suffering credit gold and currency markets will also re open Monday sherry on Bloomberg daybreak Asia and just a reminder we will be getting the hang Seng index futures starting to trade at about fourteen to fifteen minutes past the hour so that's coming up in a few short minutes well after the bell apple reported record revenue and profits in the holiday quarter revenue was ninety one point eight billion dollars I was up nine percent from last year John Butler is senior telecom analyst for Bloomberg intelligence and he says the results were not just about the iPhone apple used to really be just a smart phone company I think those days are over you know we're seeing better balance across the business and I think we're going to continue to see that growth in other areas and so the story will be calm one of not just the iPhone but also about the watch and air pods and services and content well on the earnings conference call apple CEO Tim cook said the company's closely monitoring the impact of the coronavirus and says this limited travel to critical areas impacted by the virus we have limited travel to business critical situations as of last week with respect to the supply chain we do have some suppliers in the Wuhan area with respect to supply sources that are outside the area the impact is less clear at this time the re opening of those factories after Chinese New Year has been moved from the end of this month to February tenth with respect to customer demanded sales we've currently closed one of our retail stores many of the stores that remain open have also reduced operating hours and the operator could impact so production of the I. phone nine that was expected to begin next month right all right let's get a news update now Paul China's president xi Jinping saying that he is sure of defeating the corona virus and Baxter has global news from the Bloomberg nine.

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"krishna" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Usually on Christmas day I get a lot of calls I get a lot of calls I get a lot of text messages but I still work on Christmas day I still work whatever holiday so typically I'm not able to really jump to the phone like I want to but when I saw all our Krishna calling me I know either he found the child or it was an emergency of a different sort I thought I answered the phone and his brother was he was in that place he was in that emotional place it was tough I we had a conversation and I was so touched by his willingness up to actually take in the advice from somebody of now here's here's this father going through something on a manageable I could not imagine how I would feel going through that and then on top of that it is Christmas day it is Christmas day and he's traveling through all the states trying to literally find his son and I said something to him on that phone I said brother I don't want you to do anything that would eliminate your opportunity to be the father you are once things work out and then I said I have a feeling that things are about to work out real soon that was my exact quote to him that was my exact quote and the next day his son was in his arms you see I know god when I see god all of that is god yes god utilizes people but all of that is god all of that more rack Euless activity is all god four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three I need you to keep all of them in your thoughts and prayers he still traumatized the child has to go through not only a physical health evaluation but a mental health evaluation okay they have real resource needs because they basically spend all of their savings he cleared out as four one K. higher probably best to get an attorney they did all of this I remember they've been doing this search for two years so many of you heard about it for the first time on my show a couple weeks ago but they have been in this fight trying to find this child for two years it has been exhausting it has been draining emotionally psychologically all right near the top thirteen eighty W. A. okay what's up eighty L. this is were shot.

Krishna attorney Euless
"krishna" Discussed on Cults

Cults

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on Cults

"Wherever you listening? It really does help last week. We followed Krishna. VENTA and his Religious Organization the Fountain of the world. He eventually settled in a secluded canyon near Los Angeles in Nineteen forty-nine with nearly nearly two hundred devoted followers this week will hear how the organization operated out of the Canyon and built a cooperative community with the locals will. We'll also take a look at Ventas controversial teachings and how the cult came to an explosive. End Krishna Venta claimed to be many things. A philosopher from another planet an ancient prophet and even the embodiment of Christ in reality he was just Francis. PANK AVEC and orphan from San Francisco vintage was born in nineteen eleven and later adopted by family from northern Nevada where he lived until he was an adult he spent the next thirty years nomad traveling all over the country giving spiritual lectures under three different. Aliases he promised to change. People's lives and give them the answers to happiness and fulfillment but over or time. His gimmicks ran stale. The media stopped covering him and crowds stopped showing up to his lectures in nineteen forty-six he. He decided to change his image yet again. This time touring as a prophet who went by the master. He embarked on yet another lecture tour then and this time gained a small following in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine he and his second wife Ruth bought twenty acres of land in Box Canyon. Just outside of Chatsworth California there. They built a monastery and housing for their followers who numbered close to two hundred at the time. VENTA called it. W K F L Fountain in of the world then his acolytes were totally devoted to him. They believed he had traveled all over the World Searching Coaching for them he claimed they were part of his one. Hundred Forty four thousand chosen elect who would save the world after the fallout from the impending World War three. It was a cult of love and of fear vent it told his followers that the end of the world was fast approaching his elect were on earth to do good works to save everyone else. They were charged with caring for people from all over the world and Venta hoped those they helped would in turn be attracted to the fountains cause to spread the good word ventas followers spent a significant amount of time volunteering throughout southern California. They cleaned up. Beaches spent time at senior citizen homes and donated food to those in need they became well regarded locally but ventas. His message didn't just focus on love. He also preached Terror Vinci told his followers that because black Americans were treated so poorly. In the United United States. There would be a race war in nineteen sixty five. He convinced them that the conflict would weaken the United States giving the USSR the opportunity to strike. Strike bringing about nuclear armageddon by nineteen seventy-five though the US would lose the war. The Fountain would remain safe in their canyon years later Bente and his followers would reemerge to spread the word of God and bring down Communism through religious revolution. He claimed the fountain would end the era of man and usher in the era of God. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note wrote. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research the show. Thanks Greg Kenneth. Parliament a professor of psychology. Eh explained why someone might be attracted to a cult obsessed with the end of the world. He said the beliefs and practices of the cult provided away to achieve significance -nificant of various kinds a sense of hope for the future feelings of worth and importance a sense of meaning in life or feelings of spiritual connectedness in post World War. Two America many felt aimless after witnessing the horrors of war while others felt a strong sense of nuclear paranoia annoying as someone who spent his youth traveling around the country looking for meaning and belonging Venta understood their feelings but his doomsday predictions Only the beginning of his radical teachings he also taught his followers that when he was three years old his body had been taken over by Christ which then made him his embodiment then tow was God there to love mankind and calm their fears he claimed to the have the knowledge of someone who had been alive for thousands of years and that he originally arrived on the planet on a spaceship that was now hidden at the base of Mount Everest his his doctrine incorporated ideas from different religions sciences and science fiction but his key tenets were pretty simple to understand members I chanted meditated and read the Bible. He wanted his followers to forget. The ways of the world know oneself and love all things to fulfill the laws of God despite his fascination with science fiction he didn't teach any real science to his followers. He claimed that all illnesses is were caused by the mind and said they didn't need to seek medical attention when they were sick instead. The illness could be cured through simple meditation and understanding then also required that his followers give their earthly possessions to him. In one case Peter Common off a Polish emigrant gave up nearly three thousand dollars worth of assets when he joined which today would be worth nearly thirty thousand dollars. VENTA put this money to to use quickly by late. Nineteen forty nine. He had built several structures in box. Canyon this included a large two story stone monastery and a dormitory for his followers followers on the land. The Fountain planted crops and claim to be self reliant though they were still connected to the Power Grid when fountain members weren't volunteering appearing in the community then to demanded they work and live. Full time at the commune there. He gave daily lectures to his followers. VENTA kept traveling all over the world trying to spread his message and recruit new followers when he went on lecture tours. He left his people behind in Box Canyon where they worked eight hours a day for no pay instead they were compensated with room and board vegetarian food and small dorm rooms. They were expected. Take joy in simply doing the work of VENTA. The master took full advantage of the control. He had over his followers. He knew they looked up to him. Says the savior of the world and we're willing to do whatever he asked them even as they toiled away in austere conditions then does control even extended ended two members personal lives. The only got married if he allowed it and only on one day a year. His Birthday March twenty ninth. It's marriages came with large stipulations. However they were seen strictly as a spiritual venture each union venta performed was supposed to be non-sexual of course venta himself did not abide by his own teachings while he lived in Box Canyon he and his wife had a total of six children? There were also rumors throughout the commune. That Bente was taking a special interest in pretty young female members of his cult. He held one on one teaching concessions that made many in the camp suspicious of Ventas true motives even so no one at the compound was willing to call him out they were too invested vested in the cult at its message to speak out against their leader. His followers believed that he was Christ in Karnataka and could do whatever he wanted to do. VENTA certainly did whatever he wanted to. While everyone's time and effort went into the Church Vento was the only only one allowed to spend the donations. The group gathered. It wasn't unusual to see him speeding around the southland driving a new car while smoking inexpensive cigar he lived large on the backs of his followers but the fountain ears as his acolytes became known still didn't complain instead. They emulated venta donning robes going barefoot and growing their hair out just like him the abandoned their surnames and we're given biblical names James by Venta or else went by brother or sister while ventas still traveled all over the country. He spent more time in Box Canyon as the months is past. He was putting down his roots and looking towards the future but his past eventually caught up with him eight years before in nineteen forty one event his first wife Geneva had left him. The court awarded Geneva custody and child support for their two children. Nineteen forty four three years after their divorce event. It was granted visitation rights. He spent time with his children but he never paid up. He claimed claimed not to believe in divorce and has such refused to pay the support. Geneva had left him not the other way around. Needless to say the the court system did not agree with his assessment on June seventeenth nineteen forty-nine Venta was arrested after Geneva filed a complaint late in San Bernardino. Several of his followers gathered outside the jail to picket his arrest. He was detained for a few hours then released when on his second wife. Ruth arrived to pay the five hundred dollar bail but before the suit could go to trial Geneva disappeared and the charges were dropped. The district attorney worked to get in touch with her after the complaint was filed but she never answered she was possibly too scared to pursue the case after she heard Ventas faithful followers chanting outside the jail news coverage of Ventas arrest soon spread around the local community. It was the first time most people blend the area had heard anything overtly negative about VENTA. He didn't want bad press to give his neighbors the wrong idea and turn against him. While many in the community saw his group as a cult there was no negative. Stigma attached to the fountain at large to the locals found. Ears were quirky for sure but they were not dangerous and VENTA wanted to keep it that way. He racked his brain wondering how to improve the group's reputation and then on the morning of July twelfth. Nineteen forty nine. VENTA got his opportunity at a quarter to eight. There was a loud explosion. Explosion and the canyon the ground briefly shook and Bente ran towards the source of the noise. He found a mangled plane and Gulf golfed in flames. He ended the only thing there was to do. He rushed forward to help without any shoes on. He and two other followers navigated the rocky slope up to the crash site. It was a grim scene. Most of the passengers had been killed upon impact of few survivors had stumbled out out of the plane in shock unsure of what they had just experienced. It only took a few minutes for the local fire crew to arrive by the time reporters. There's got to snap pictures. The smell of burning fuel had filled the canyon in the middle of it. All journalists saw venta clad in his robes wearing a headband. Hand Helping a survivor down the steep hillside on a field stretcher unfortunately thirty five of the forty eight passengers of Standard Airlines lines flight. Eight nine seven are died including two children and both pilots at the time. It was the worst air disaster in California's history it made headlines Everywhere and they're on the front page of papers all over. The country was picture of Krishna. VENTA helping those in need. This one story gave him more media exposure than any of his previous stunts combined allowing him to reach more potential followers than ever ever before up next. We'll hear how Krishna Venta capitalized on his good publicity and how his demons caught up with him once again. Thank you so much.

VENTA Krishna Venta Box Canyon Venta Bente California Geneva ventas Krishna Ruth United States Vanessa PANK AVEC Los Angeles Francis professor of psychology San Francisco Nevada
"krishna" Discussed on Cults

Cults

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on Cults

"After spending hours in the air on July Twelfth Nineteen forty nine thirty two year old Karen Marsh finally managed to get herself comfortable. She leaned back in her seat and looked out over the clouds soon. She would be back in Los Angeles the the thought made her smile and she closed her eyes but just as she was drifting off to sleep. She was jolted awake by some turbulence in her nap. Ruined Karen turn back toward the window. She could see the Sun rising over the cloud bank but her view of the San Fernando Valley below Oh was obscured by fog. The plane began its final approach and descended into the midst Karen Watch the condensation collect glass through the fog. Karen could just make out the silhouettes of hills in the distance then she realised with alarm that the hills were in the distance. They were right in front of the plane. They were flying much too low as she watched the right wing of the plane. Clipped the side of the Santa Susana pass and burst into flames Karen was thrown out of her seat. Has the plane skipped trough the side of the Rocky Hill and crashed to a halt three hundred feet away the right wing completely shared off then both flaming engines tumble down the slope. The fuselage flipped over and the belly of the plane ripped open. The last thing Karen saw was the plane being. I'm torn apart before everything went black when she came to the plane was on fire. All around her she. She looked down at her feet in a daze. One had been crushed by an airplane seat. The site almost made her sick but she forced herself to move. She crawled through the flames and out of the plane passed the lifeless bodies of her fellow passengers when she emerged from the wreckage. She thought she must be dead in front of her was a man who looked like an angel. He ran around barefoot tending to the survivors. His long hair hair and robes whipping in the wind but the man was no angel. He was Krishna.

Karen Marsh Los Angeles San Fernando Valley Rocky Hill
"krishna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As good as **** Doug Krishna intimate museum Doug well as you mentioned were shot Hong Kong demonstrators I clashed with police late Sunday chief executive Carrie lam visited Beijing that seemed to spark these demonstrations lamb is expected to update Chinese president xi and other officials on the protest in Hong Kong a strong earthquake jolted the southern Philippines on Sunday this is a magnitude six point nine quake it's what can area northwest of pada the town we have the U. N. climate talks ending in Madrid with the big polluting nations blocking an agreement to curb greenhouse gas emissions although there was agreement on a more limited set of measures to rein in climate change in the U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson is set to begin a before Christmas push to secure parliamentary approval for his brexit deal now once the register legislation is passed negotiations between London and Brussels will begin on a new deal covering their economic and strategic relationship and we have senior officials from both Japan and South Korea holding talks on trade control on Monday this will be the first meeting of its kind since Japan tightened its export controls on some high tech materials to South Korea back then the Japanese trade minister said exports of this type of technology could be used for weapons production and that it must be carefully controlled I'm Doug prisoner in New York Brian thanks very much twenty minutes past the hour our guest is FE coming Aucas managing partner Concorde financial group so you can tell I suppose from the tone of our questions we're looking at some of the doubts on this deal at the end and even your own comments so maybe mildly pessimistic about the chances of a big broad deal but I suppose you could say at least we have codified here are kind of truce and for the markets maybe that's enough what do you think the next quarter holds for global equity markets and might investors look outside the U. S. I I think it favors for investors to look outside of the U. S. based on the reports in the comments that we got from Christine Lagarde the U. K. election I I think we Europe looks very promising valuations are fairly inexpensive provided that you focus on quality and purchase companies I have good earnings despite the adversity that they're facing right now with a better trade he you would stand to I think get out of a nice return perhaps even better than what you could in the US but I I have to stress the quality of the holdings and ability of of the company to to have a solid earnings is is going to be absolutely critical and then I'm very optimistic about the I think mostly optimistic about what we can accomplish with China buddy would take patience on both sides and and certainly we just don't know enough except the the broad terms that will share with us at the amino either the thing is it is the that is it you markets hate to uncertainty absolutely absolutely we can live without it either could play that so this is the point to where they can be the next walls of water is it well well as I think the markets would always find worry I the the way I see it is my biggest worry would be an escalation in short order where we cannot come up with a you know an agreement we see a violation from from China and quickly we turn around and and escalate of tariffs or add you know take away the tariffs that we we caught and and I think that's that's really gonna do all the hard work that went into getting phase one so I think patients on both sides will be helpful can you write markets hate uncertainty and and not and I cannot say that we don't house still to this day a lot of uncertainty but the one thing that we know is that we don't have additional tariff so eighty yeah right AT billion and what's the tires of now it may be translated seventy billion so we got the ten billion discount but we have you don't have a within a break down that was a big fear in the markets a breakdown between US and China we don't have an aggressive defense seems to be on hold for a long time a moment ago and I asked you about non US markets you only mentioned Europe what about in Asia I think Asia is these has great potential as well I mean China for sure ache everything depending on what happens with phase one a lot of evaluations are depressed and I nothing we have grades of room for improvement so yes absolutely the there is a lot of opportunity in Asia just the way it there is in Europe what a city seven are you looking at at Asia and specifically anything in particular that you're looking at I thing is is a little bit more difficult for us right now we understand Europe I sing better than we understand Asia we don't have as good metrics coming out of Asia that we can in and transparency to to be blunt so I I think for us sees as a little bit more difficult in Europe we did see some strength in the pound that for the obviously for the election impact in and also the euro euro saw a balance you look at the dollar moving a little bit lower here and how you like that that would be great we do want the dollar to be a little bit weaker I I know some investors don't understand that but we do want the dollar to be weaker I think it's going to be very helpful for our.

Doug Krishna Hong Kong
"krishna" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"I'm really really really excited to hear from our next speaker pre krishna and her newest cookbook indian she explores the intersection between her indian heritage and her american upbringing and to me she is a shining example of how to take responsibility for the proper spread of knowledge about a cuisine that can sometimes fall victim to appropriation and at the same sometimes she reminds us all that one of the best things about being an american is getting experienced the blend of cultures that has become american culture so as the world has gotten smaller our exposure exposure all those cuisines has gotten larger and sometimes it blurs the line between proper tribute and uninformed parody especially in an industry that i feel like suffers from lack of inclusion lesion and voices like prius have become and will continue to be the standard for making sure everybody feels like they have a seat at the table so now here there is pretty krishna on the importance of diversity inclusion and knowing your own history the high so when i started my career you're as a food writer the first piece of advice most people gave me. Was this find a specialty. It's not good enough to just be focused august on food you have to be someone's go to on a topic whether it's tea or ice cream or pastries the problem was i didn't know what my specialty was. I just pitched every kind of idea i could think of. I would pitch stories about restaurant dishes. I loved ingredient trends interesting. People will pitch stories of course about indian food because that's what i knew <hes> a profile of my family's grocery store patel brothers a guide to shut knees and a chargers and one thing i noticed was that without fail. Nearly all of my pitches about indian stuff would get accepted for my other stories stories. I was far less successful. It was kind of disappointing. I didn't just want to write about though says i had broader loftier ambitions. I felt token nice. I got my foot in the door. Places like the new york times and not writing about indian food but at times i felt i wasn't good enough to write about other things but i was a freelancer who had just quit her full time job. I needed to pay rent. This paid the bills. This is also a time when hipster coffeeshops.

new york times writer
"krishna" Discussed on Aerial America

Aerial America

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on Aerial America

"This is not your typical West Virginia mountaintop. It's a place that's been called America's Taj Mahal, a primitive home for a group of spiritual devotees, that many of us think of as Wanderers. This is new Dobbin named after a holy city in India and the home of the largest, Hari, Krishna community in America, whether or not standing on street corners, singing, and saffron, robes, some followers of this religious group, come here to Nouvruz Dobbin. It was completed in nineteen seventy nine as trying to the late founder of the Hari Krishna movement. A man called SRI left probably pod, unpaid devotees built, this palace on top of an old garbage dump and claim that if they're building skills by using their Krishna consciousness. It's dome is covered with twenty two carat gold leaf inside its floors, and walls made of dozens of different kinds of marble from seventeen countries. But controversy plague new Dobbins from the start in the nineteen nineties its leader, a New York state native who went by the name of Suomi Buckner pod was sentenced to twelve years in jail for racketeering, charges that centered around his selling, fake souvenirs of Snoopy other cartoon characters and accusations that he engaged his followers to murder to other Hari, Krishna devotees once money from sales of tickets to the palace flooded nouveau Dobbins, coffers. But these days, this Hari Krishna community is striking it rich from a boom that lies, right, under their dancing feet. New over Dobbin sold, the natural gas rights to its four thousand acres, for ten million dollars money. It says we'll go to refurbishing its palace of gold.

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"krishna" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"An appropriate route really you've got to detach your own emotional, baggage from I love it. Otherwise, you're projecting your own bullshit on somebody else. Just what we're all doing all the time. Anyway. What is it that the yogis said, I don't know. What are the Yogi say the only sound of things the only sound of truth is the sound of your inhale? If you add anything to the X hail at your opinion. That's beautiful. I'd never heard that before who said that specifically. Oh goes back goes back, so far, it's unknown. But that was what they would say that the sound of your inhale is. And that's why they said sought is the sound of that truth that that nourishing inhale, and then a running after the everything after that is an opinion. Right. What are we even talking about? Yeah. You go. But hey, you can't go to that state of neutrality. You would just sit and do nothing which is what the Buddha had to do. So Jesus had to do what Krishna had to do for those lengths of time. It's what the yogis did in the caves where they would sit. It's what the deep meditation is is to sit in the total neutrality sit in the total darkness it in the total. Encapsulation in order to come up with that innovation. I was talking to a close family member. And this person was saying that. The he was borderline despondents like having a really hard time like just swimming and drowning in negative, and I said, well, what are you doing like, how do you spend your time? It's like, well, I watched tons of news. Like like, basically, this person was saying politics is what has completely out of shape. And I'm like, well, why do you you don't have to watch the news? You don't have to be subsumed by the daily discourse and drama word. But this person felt like. They couldn't hit the off. Switch on that. I think it gets more complicated because despite the awareness that that this person has that this consumption of this kind of content leads to this kind of negative disposition. The inability to hit that switch and course, correct is in part fueled. By the fact, that there's something about that negative influx of of information or drama, or whatever it is that on some level is doing something for that person. Otherwise, they wouldn't do it. So there's something that's working for them in the same way that drugs alcohol work for an alcohol or an addict, it's not a it's not a great thing to do. But there's something about it. That's functioning for them. You think in order to really deconstruct this you have to knowledge that. Yes. And get to the bottom of what it is that that is serving in order to figure a way out that's healthier. What it serves in part at times, not to create a gross generality. Is safety. If I know what's happening in that world. I mean when did politics become the obsession, I it evolved over time. It's now a a competitive sport this team and this team, right? Who got the wind today? But it's goes way back it's tach to our physical body, and I need to survive calamity. If we know where all the danger points are and the news will definitely feed that because the news is for the most part bad news, or at least there is some bad in the news. I will know the danger points in my world, and I will then because I'm got my I on those danger points. Don't take your eye out the ball. And if the ball is the danger points, and I've got my eye on it continuously than I am safe. And that is what that obsession does for people people feel that if they keep their I on that ball. They will be safe. And that's why we've created these opportunities for these charlatans these huckster 's to rise to the top of all of these positions globally. Because that was a ripe fertile field for them to become the most monster tive. There's a reason why the word demonstrative and demon have the same route. Yeah. I mean, there's definitely.

Krishna
"krishna" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"krishna" Discussed on American Scandal

"Krishna. Steve Bryant is still in hot pursuit of evidence of wrongdoing. Among the Krishna leaners. He taps into a network of ex devotees who are angry and disillusioned who share hazing stories women and children who have been abused and molested a guru who took daily doses of LSD tens of thousands of dollars disappearing and temple leaders who live like kings as not just happening at new Domin. It's happening all over the world for the first time Steve starts to think he's been part of a worldwide Colt. And then he hits the jackpot an ex devotee has a copy of the Swami's lenders. And he gives them to Steve. The lenders are on microfiche Steve has to go to the local library to read them. He loads the first film in the machine. Adjust the focus and begins reading a few minutes later. He lets a WP victory. Earning stern look from the librarian. But he does. Doesn't care the Swami's letters or more damning that he could ever have imagined. There are several passages where the Swamy criticizes kief one letter even calls Keith a crazy, man. But then Steve discover something huge the Swami never intended for the eleven gurus. He appointed to be equal to him. If lied and schemed to increase their power, and it's not just Keith all of the gurus are frauds, and Steve is going to expose them. Steve spends the next few months, working on expose. He calls the guru business. He knows the information. He's compiled makes him a target. What he's being careful when you meet someone in a cafe always sits where he can watch the door. He moves van to a new location every few days in cases, being followed. And he also practices his marksmanship shooting at targets with Keith's face on them. On October eleventh nineteen Eighty-four Steve Bryan stand in line at the post office on Allston way. In Berkeley, it's a grand building with high ceilings, and marble counters to Steve feels like a courthouse, which is appropriate because the stack of Manila, envelopes, he's holding contains explosive allegations, he approaches the counter enhance the first of the envelopes to the clerk she weighs it calculates. The postage are Lebanon loves and all each address to one of the guru's on the governing board commission inside are damning excerpts from his book. It's still a work in progress. But his allegations are enough to put all of them on notice his heart pounds as he counts out the money for postage and watches the clerk toss the envelopes into Ben Steve suspects. His life will never be the same after this moment. And he's rind. The Hari Krishna temple into walk. New Jersey is a stately white mansion on three peaceful acres in September nineteen eighty five North American temple presidents, hold a routine meeting there. It's supposed to focus on organizing, preaching strategies. But instead, it's become a soul searching debate about the role of the eleven gurus the run the governing board commission or GB. See when Swami probably pods started the movement. There was no GB. See the temple presidents were more Thomas and had more power to run their temples as they saw fit. Now, many of them have deep misgivings about the gurus who have seized control. They have too much power. And they abuse it, especially homes Duta still in rehab after his public and violent meltdown. The gbi see has had enough of his antics. So when he gets out they'll do what they can to ensure he doesn't get his temple back in attendance. At the meeting is the president of the Philadelphia. Temple Ravindra is a scholar with a PHD in religion. He's been troubled by the. Actions of the gurus. Now, the knows other leaders feel the same way he takes action when he returns to Philadelphia he writes, an essay laying out his concerns about the conflicts between the gurus and the temple presidents. He calls it. The next step in the expansion of is con- ending the fratricidal war, but he's reluctant to share it widely. He's afraid there will be repercussions. If he's branded as a troublemaker. So he discreetly slips two four senior disciples that he knows well and trusts. They are so impressed with USA that the each make ten copies to share with their most trusted colleagues, and those colleagues share it with other colleagues and within weeks Revinge receives hundreds of replies. Almost all of them are very unhappy. With GB see it's the beginning of what will come to be known as the guru reform movement. But not everyone agrees with many devotees, blindly support the gurus and refuse to hear them criticized in any way temples around the country heated arguments breakout. Devotees take sides and the movement begins to split into pro and anti guru factions Rabindra gets death rates. This isn't the result. He wanted in an attempt to heal the movement Ravindra open wounds instead of bringing peace he feels he started war. American

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"krishna" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"krishna" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Idea of how to bubble gums going to look hanging out of each kisser. You see it? But it's not just right? The size is not right. The washes do great pitching their hair all over facing shuts off breeding. Well, he wears a size three heck the gut for a head great brook. I'll have to up. Get somebody change. Now, watch this. Hey, it has nice texture. Fifty one gauge. Nice year bubble. You'd better spent back. This may be a little moisturizer. Would you mind if I step in the next room getting on my coat? On my head. Business long enough. Krishna's even the sage brush country. Why? Eight. Pretty I like them trees decorated hanging from..

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"krishna" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"krishna" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

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"krishna" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

Spiritual Expositions

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"krishna" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

"Ninja turtle i mean just think about gun dari inner then what happens she is crying you kill all my sons she's telling krishna you killed all my sons you'll also of like these media you know all kinds of nonsense he keeps on turning over there she doesn't understand this guard you know god almighty 'cause and everybody around him all these advance as they are very who are only our sons are dead all that kind of stuff and then she is cursing cushman she's going into the battlefield so everybody is so upset the gondar is going like this bereft of all the children into the battery and christmas only one smiling over your understand krishna's not smiling because he loves the scene but because he can understand the futility this worse is identifying that ruta liberty how stupid human being so arjuna in why are you smiling so which not looks at him and says you another reason why i'm smiling is this woman who just came and cost me because i killed all children's supposedly you people kill them and she's putting the blame on me you know everybody else does it and we finally blamed god you know that the whole story no you grew up in life i'm sorry i'm using the word but and then you blame god for it okay you got up everything and then you say god why did you do this why what do you mean god is not responsible for all your bugger ups okay you are responsible but anyway we finally blamed god for everything so this woman she's got the mother of hundred children you know that mikhail hours so he's answering junaini arjuna what you know this lady you think that she's in love with children you don't know human nature let me tell you what human nature is and our juna says no she's a mother of those hundred children that we killed in the battle she's so much full of you know on that saw and all that kind of words okay blah blah i am all feeling sad for her so christmas no look side for okay watch now so she goes near her children they're all piled up near one place that captain all those and it is blazing hot sun and everybody there's nobody in the battlefield every all the please remember this red cross society was on holiday that day okay so nobody was they're in the battlefield to take up all those bodies think about it and this woman is sitting in the battlefield and she's she's crying heart out by the way she is remote seattle from top over is and she's crying when choosing only are all my children are there you know sides blah blah blah blah blah by afternoon mid afternoon she's feeling hungry she needs water she needs food but you see all those was there standing over there how can you follow finally okay by the telescope was not there at that time but kushner's telescope you know with the i you can see everything right so they're all standing there and gone barry after crying heart out she looks at on your there's nobody around she sees a threeover there with laden with fruits maybe i can reach out to the fruit and eat it unfortunately she can't reach out to the fruit the fruit is pretty high how do each to the fruit in a whoever wrote the story should remember they have lances also the forgot about it okay the forgot that they may be having lances and all those words and all that but this story say you know what she does she finds a one child of hers then at nother on top of them another on top of it and somehow climbs on top of their body and reaches the fruit and brings down needs it so what happened to the dead body those are not have children this is a story reality is also like this deal the time you are alive the husband live children everybody will say i love you i love you i love you the moment to become a dead body and you going coughing or you are tied up on that you know that they take durham's ram you do they do that the moment you are tied up on that nobody wants to that body they're afraid you'll become a ghost and sit on top of the nick so you know after you're dead you are nobody so that body of your worthless so don't say that i relation ships and this and that so the.

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"krishna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"krishna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In number it a phase of krishna's service never never never never never expect to find a large crowd in the fellowship of the inner circle then the number in the inner circle is not only smaller but they are always just a little closer to jesus peter james and john were closer to jesus in the resurrection room closer to jesus when his glory shone through the rag soviets mortal flesh in the garden closer to jesus when he sweat great drops of blood did semi think of it those crimson droplets used from every pore this body as he shed his blood for us even before a wound was inflicted on his body an angel appeared to strengthen him to remind him of where he had come and he would go after the resurrection the father was watching the angels were washing the devil was watching the only humans that could watch even though a stone's throw away were the inhabitants of the inner circle maybe that is why most are not in the inner circle not everyone wants to get that close to jesus most folk i know when the church would rather take a beating then the live in such a way that someone might call them a religious fanatic most christians want to hide in the anonymity of the mediocre all there might be proud to be called a fanatic over there a.

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"krishna" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"krishna" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"End credit sequences i've ever seen i wanted to leave immediately after this disappointing film ended but i couldn't because the end credits had me transfixed the it's a shame that the rest of the film failed to capture my interest see that going to hit the nail on the head although the low i think the modern dance doesn't work if you took it away you would take out the heart of the film and again i have said this before i would rather see somebody try something and fail the not try so atma ten that sentiment is rasi so this wasn't pro screened this is a thriller set during the war of nineteen seventy one about an indian spy mair to pakistani man do have any reviews yes dhruv krishna goyal a satisfying makes of bollywood melodrama and gripping espionage that utilizes the potential of both these jones to pay g respect to the unrecognised martyrs of war but also question the acceptance of this genuine patriotism tools one countries that sometimes reduces people from other countries to me pawns magna goals film recognizes the necessity of this form of nationalism in the wake of war also exposed the harsh consequences it brings along with it rasi as at number ten rampages at nine still holding still fun didn't like as much as well but think the real can do wrong bladerunner the final cut secret cinema's eight to secret cinema screenings are absolutely you know run runaway successes they run the final cut is the definitive version of the ganzi pie film is at seven go on what's it call some guns e literary and potato peel pie society twelve i imagine it's doing much its business in after noon screenings you get exactly what you see on the poster a quiet place is at number six as discussed i'm really glad you liked it this lately.

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"krishna" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"krishna" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Wow that's cold showers interesting as the founder hari krishna would say take take don't take showers just say take cold showers take a hot shower fucking freeze your ass because a big part of that was like the thing you're talking thirty yeah yeah and just like learning like well like about these ridiculous comfort boundaries that you have that's actually one of my favorite things is realizing like oh my god the thing i thought was comfortable was actually killing me yeah it was like pain it was not that wasn't even comfort and that was like i don't know what that was but it wasn't covered we got cold showers we've got go out in the sun right and but when do you start doing heroin like it too time you're heroin does to win the pain is that the most you know so when you've pandered your comfort and not gone in the deep waters and not explored your psyche then just then heroin to the reset button thirty seven hurry to the greatest psychedelic all which is death this is cool man i really love this but i this breaking down like what a pert like a really good healthy day looks like but do you have a place in this book for non healthy day totally i wanted to build in day that you could repeat over and over again you know so it and it has times for excess there will be times where you party and i talk about you know damage mitigation strategies if you're super hung over like let's say you just went balls out where you're gonna wanna increase this mineral called malignant him which breaks down the toxic acid all the high builds up and lever for glued thiland so we talk about those extreme circumstances but then we also talk about all right what's the what's the time of day that's best to drink a glass of wine and smoke a joint well it's going to be actually after you work out before you eat because your blood volume is going to be the lowest you're gonna feel the biggest buzz while having to process the least amount of alcohol so you're basically making yourself a cheap date so after you work out don't eat right away unless you're trying to be a body builder and get huge.

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