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"leo scalia" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

05:34 min | 8 months ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on The Daily Article

"Here's Today's news discerned differently. Joe Biden named California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate yesterday if elected, she would be the nation's first female first black and first. Asian. American. Vice. President Senator Harris is a native of Oakland California. Her father who was Jamaican taught at Stanford University, her mother the daughter of an Indian. Diplomat was a cancer researcher. She served as Attorney General for San Francisco and then the state of California before she was elected to the Senate in two, thousand, sixteen she and Beau Biden. The presidential nominees late son worked closely together when he was Delaware's attorney general, she campaigned for the Democratic presidential nomination and after leaving the race in December gave her full support to Mr Biden numerous democratic leaders tweeted their support yesterday. For Senator, Harris by contrast, the trump campaign responded much more critically your position regarding Mr Biden's selection. Likely reflects your position regarding the election where we are in the world both physically, and ideologically says a great deal about how we see the world. Yesterday we explored the first part of First Peter One one where the apostle addressed his letter to those who are elect exiles. We focused on our status as exiles noting the importance of seeking the welfare of our society while we trust God with our future and seek his presence in the present today. Let's think about the rest of Peters introductory paragraph. Of the dispersion of Pontus Galicia Capito Shia as and Bethany A- according to the fore knowledge of God the father and the sanctification of the spirit for obedience of Jesus Christ and the sprinkling with his blood dispersion diaspora refers to the scattering of Peters readers across Modern Day Turkey the locales he named comprise an area of nearly three hundred thousand square miles. I traveled through this part of Turkey some years ago when researching a book on the seven churches of revelation, it is a beautiful region replete with artifacts of ancient towns. In Cultures Peters, readers were exiled according to the fore knowledge of God the Father, a reminder that we must never forget that God never forgets us. He sees the future more clearly. Than we see the present as C. S. Lewis noted if we view time as a lion on a page, God is the page God's purpose. Boris is the sanctification of the spirit that begins at our conversion. Our role in our spiritual growth is obedience to Jesus Christ. A Life made possible by sprinkling with his blood, a reference to our Savior's atoning death. Here's my point. If Peters readers in these far-flung gentile lands in Pigan cultures could be sanctified by the spirit as they obeyed their savior. So can we know society is so lost that it is beyond the reach of God's redemptive grace no presidential election or Supreme Court ruling can stop the providential purposes of our king. In fact, we should reframe the unbiddable morality of our culture as an invitation and Opportunity for the Gospel on my first visit to Cuba I told one of the pastors that I was praying for persecution to lessen against his church. He asked me to stop noting my surprise he explained that persecution was purifying his people and strengthening their witness. Then he confided to me that he and many other Cuban believers were praying for persecution to increase in the United States for the same purpose. If we respond to ungodly nece with godliness and slander with grace. Will know that we have experienced the sanctifying grace of Jesus. He taught us to love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you for this purpose so that you may be sons of your father who is in heaven wherever we are in exile. Today is our kingdom assignment for today wherever we go our Lord goes with us, whatever we face we. Face, in his provision and power, and when we love those who do not love us, we draw them to the one who loves us. All Leo. Scalia was a professor of special education at the University of Southern California consider his reflection in the light of our topic. The majority of US lead quiet unheralded lives as we pass through this world there will. Most likely be no ticker tape parades for us. No monuments created in our honor. But that does not lessen our possible impact for there are scores of people waiting for someone like us to come along people who will appreciate our compassion, our unique talents, someone who will live a happier life merely because took the time to share what we had to give. Too often we underestimate the power of touch a smile kind word, a listening ear and honest compliment or the smallest act of caring all of which have a potential to turn a life around. It's overwhelming to consider the continuous opportunities there are to make our love felt would you ask the one who is love to make his love felt through you.

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"leo scalia" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on Trumpcast

"His show is one of my favorites. Mike also contributes commentary to NPR. We're GONNA get into governor Cuomo Vatican to the Holy Trinity of course Long Island Queens ethnography and whether either one of us or all of you are up for the full surveillance. State of our body temperatures are contacts. Lungs nasal passages and shedded microbes. That surveillance state might be required. If we're going to carefully carefully get back to quasi normal neo normal. I'm going to call it. Paranormal yes. We're aiming to get back to pandemic paranormal in our times. And I'm going to discuss all of this with Mike Right now Mike. Welcome to trump cast. It is the culmination of a lifelong dream. Thank you for having me. I'm so glad you're here now. Since we're both men and woman corruptors person up tres. Right I think we probably should just give into it. So they're going to be some overlapping voices. And but what I'm saying is I am open to being interrupted but also overlapping agenda. Which is good. That's right that's and that's what we need and the agenda is one that came up while you and I were doing. What was that a discussion on? It was Ben Wettest Fun Factory. Then then pities corona cast fun factory in lieu of fine. That's right they have assumed cast and people come in and they talk to. I don't know they talk about people in lieu of fun and you just sat as a throwaway we were talking about governor. Cuomo's press briefings and as a throw away you said you thought that there was some structure that resembled the Catholic mass and there were stations of the Cross and there was maybe I could be adding this a liturgy in the beginning ritual language and then calmly at the end. We just watched today's where we're Thursday. We just watched today's press briefing. And you definitely see that the repetition which I find incredibly soothing in the beginning. And then the move to platitudes at the never for me. What about you? Yeah and also I think that when he takes questions from the audience. Though that doesn't happen that is the time in the master a couple times of audience. Interaction right like communion a little bit but to me that is turning to your neighbor and shaking hands and say crispy with you and also with you yes. Obviously it's not the members of the audience to each other. It's directed at Cuomo. There's an alter the way that they're he's not standing so there's no pulpit but the way that all the officials are spread out reminds me of in a pretty. Nice Cathedral how you'd have a tableau up there and the most important things to me are the constant evocations invocations of the father right and in the case of Chris. Cuomo the brother who is almost like you know could be another part of the triumphant. The father is Mario Cuomo in Andrew's case in the Catholic. Ase It's God so I think you have a trinity up there right you. I don't know exactly. There's a lot of theologians who will tell you what the Holy Ghost means that. I don't really understand it as a concept but you may. It's a similar trinity. He is the Son. The father is the father and the last thing to say about it is lots of talk of love and he always ties toughness into love and that is a big thing at least in the Catholic churches that I used to go to as a boy with my dad who was very influenced by Vatican two and Leo Scalia the the Italian love emphasizing interactor. I think that Cuomo definitely grew up sometimes talks about his Catholic upbringing. Grew up in that milieu. And it's influencing what we say so I don't know this exactly about you I know you you're you're you grew up on. Long Island and I know you're all you need to know your well in a way. It is because long island has its own culture but then it's just it's it's such a hybrid that sometimes teasing out. The various strains is a challenge for those of us not from Long Island so so your father is Italian. Gave You your name Pesca? What does that fish? It's peach actually literally in Italian but it's it's only coincidentally it's a bastardisation of the Fisher folks that we work. Oh God it okay all right. So it's like sort of a peach glazed fit right in a sauce may be heavy. I like names that. Just don't mess around there just often a so. Did he just take you to you? Went to Masol time. Also mother. My mother's Jewish not an altar boy escape that fate I did communion and then it stopped and my I didn't really do any sort of Jewish upbringing but then when I became so when I was in high school I guess you could say or even college and someone would ask what religion is passed. They would say I don't know. He's like Jewish Catholic Jewish Italian. But if you've asked anyone in the last fifteen years I think the answer is Jewish because everyone in my life became Jewish. I didn't change my ex. Wife was Jewish. My kids were Jewish girlfriends. Jewish and if you do a an accounting on my friends. They're all Jewish. So I know little. I know a little bit about temple to but I was raised. I was raised a bit going to mass and in the church and I mean it makes a difference because Cuomo and also in Biden. Nobody seems to care about this anymore. But if you grew up with Catholics in your family like you and I did. It was important to everyone that. Jfk was Catholic. It was actually important to my Catholic family that Tim Caine was Catholic. Nobody else seemed to care. But now we have another Catholic who really in the running here with by and also it would be crazy. It's our second ever Catholic president like we've really do not step out of lockstep when choosing a President. There's only one kind of guy that gets and anyway so at least Biden. How's that going for him? Cuomo is front and Center for so many people and you know he has this very New York idiom. He has an accent that he always says is a queens accent. Not a New York accent but a queens accent resembles the presence a little bit they. They grew up close to each other both Queens people and then also this Catholic. So let's go back a little bit to the briefing because there are certainly listeners. Who Don't listen to them. Every single day. Walk us through one of your favorites. I know we both love the Carl Sandburg wine but choose anyone I will. Can I? Just throw some trivia at you. Please that so. Jfk was the only Catholic president. Yeah how many Catholic Vice Presidents have we had? Oh I you know. I think I read about this. Tell me the answer is one. Joe Biden but with an asterisk in that Mike Pence was raised. Catholic yes I always think about this. He was Kennedy. He bannon say that they were Kennedy People Young. They're both Catholic. And then and Mike Pence yeah and nobody notices turning born again from Catholic fro for our dads for our grandfathers Catholic. Grandfather's would've been appalling. I don't even know I mean. Switching parties have nothing on that. Yeah but dead again doing it. The other way not born again but from a Protestant faith to Catholic. That's what Laura Ingram did part of the reason that religionists maybe especially confused on the right is there is a lot of zeal from people who didn't like past presidents grow up in the Presbyterian Church going you know or or Obama who in and his endorsement of Biden reminded us you know. The Obama is just unwaveringly Christian. Man Like yes. He just draws on his faith Hillary Easter drawn her faith but we also have we have POMPEII. Oh who's like a rapture tight and then bar who's the second generation convert from Judaism to Catholicism and move toward Opus Dei. Or maybe he has a full on Opus Dei affiliation and sometimes. I feel like it's zeal as much more than just the lifelong cradle commitment to one of the mainline Presbyterian Presbyterian sacks that really makes these guys the Weirdos they are the person was born into a religion didn't really choose it and either believes it to whatever degree that's one thing but the people go and shop around and they find a religion that quote unquote works for them. I think about a little bit harder. I don't take them at as much faith value and there are so many people in the trump cabinet. I just did an interview about this. Who are of the not just evangelical but of the Christian nationalism bent as our is you know he basically got his job more for his antiabortion activism than any other qualification and the CDC Redfield. Is You know. His giant antiabortion activists. He's an AIDS expert. Whose advice was abstinence. And I don't know if it's that. They're drawing from a narrow pool because almost every other kind of republican declined to take part in the trump administration. But this we have you know these are the people who are running the show and I don't think their religion is beside the point. No I think that's right. But then it comes to Cuomo a religion that he was born into a by. There's the linguists will tell you. There's no such thing as a queens accent or Brooklyn accent. Maybe there used to be back when Carroll O'Connor as Archie bunker but now the entire tristate region no expert could pick if you were from Queens or if you were from Long Island or if you were from Bergen County it's impossible. Let's get back to our current favorite here of the day who embodies that kind of New York particularism and has a way of delivering information. That when I'm not just letting it wash over me I envy. I wish I could write and think with the organization that he is shown in these briefings. It's like he doles out information exactly the way my brain needs it and I find myself though he issues. No orders no executive orders just wanting to say I want to be New York tough and do what he says not for him but because he has made. It seem entirely my interest and grounded in facts. Only an idiot wouldn't do these things where masks whatever and that's what I come out of and I say that is apparently the leader. I need not someone constantly here by declaring an ordering things and jerking US around. But someone's saying look I have no. I have no power to enforce any of these things today. He said what I say is just not worth the paper. It's printed on parenthetically. Please tell me. He's not printing out any of these pages not worth the paper. It's printed on if you didn't do it and then rather than wanting to rebel against tim like I might against a father that was constantly trying to ground me. That might bring out the teenager in me He. He's he's asking us to meet him halfway to volunteer to ask what we can do for our city and it is incredibly powerful and I will add effective. Do you agree. Yeah he said today. I can't arrest seventeen million New Yorkers I can't make seventeen million residents of the state where a mask. It's wild true. Few leaders would want to admit that I can think of one who can't even the leaders who were good in epidemic pandemic or catastrophic situations. I think Chris Christie was pretty good after Hurricane Sandy. He'd never say that right..

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"leo scalia" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"You're going to experience as being what life is really about. And if we don't discipline our fears and control our focus the world will gladly do it for us. It's your choice what to focus on in today's episode we're bringing you exclusive content from. Tony recorded years ago. That's part of his power talk series and while this was recorded some time ago his messages timeless and extremely relevant in times. Like these Tony you know have passionately pursued profound knowledge. Those specific ideas strategies beliefs and distinctions than empower us. Once we really understand them to immediately increase the quality of our lives and in following this path. I've had the privilege to meet to interview many times. Become very good friends. With some of the most successful people in our culture from legends like International Money Manager John Templeton to some of the psychological and physiological masters. Those people like Norman cousins. Dr Deepak. Chopra Dr Bernie Siegel some of the emotional coaches that. I've met along the way people like Dr Leo Scalia or Captain Jerry. Coffee the man has spent seven years in solitary confinement Vietnam and how you manage himself from turned himself around or would it be the masters of business or movies or music. People like Peter Guber. These people never cease to amaze me with their ability to take vision. Make it real in spite of a lack of support from virtually everybody around them. No one jumped to support Bernie Siegel. When he started talking about with human emotions could do to change the immune system or norman cousins for that matter never cease to be amazed how these individuals have the ability to hang onto their vision and continue to maintain their certainty in spite of an environment. That doesn't support them. Why did they do this because they have quality information and they trust their instincts? You know an all my visits with these powerful men and women. I've constantly asked myself. What are the common denominators? Their success and while there are many things I could share with you that I've noticed and I hope that you've noticed along the way I think one stands clear above all the rest. These men and women all decided what they want their lives to be about. They created a vision and they never let the environment other people's beliefs or the limits of what had been done in the past shape their decisions. In fact if there's one clear avenue to lasting impact it's to ignore conventional wisdom and know that one fortune five hundred executives said if it can be described it can be done. You know something if you read a daily newspaper right now. You Watch television news show. You could easily be convinced by all the negative information and dispiriting stories that the philosophies that made these men and women successful were fads of time. That's really past the today. Such an approach would fall short. It'd be easy to buy into the philosophy and actually fall into the trap of feeling certain that the good times have really past and the future is indeed bleak. Why would people begin to believe this? Because hey our experience of reality can be depicted in a simple formula. I wrote down the other day in my journal. I times equals. Pr Information Times. Your focus equals your personal reality. Whatever information you're feeding your mind on a daily basis and you focus on consistently you're gonNA experience as being what life is really about. Think about the frame of reference that that creates where people in our society who are getting most of their information directly from a medium which is not designing the best way to condition your mind to produce quality results and the challenges that the average American now watches television. Seven hours a day. That is the national average. Think of the quality of information that they're trying to build a quality life out of. We've all heard the term. We've heard a million times garbage in garbage out and by the way if they're not sitting in front of the television set they get to read the newspaper. And you know what papers after generalize. They have to simplify in order to take something complex and make it understandable and a small amount of space. It's gotTa be generalized. It's gotta be simplified. Plus WE HAVE TO REMEMBER. That news has to sell his business in this country and as a result what sells more certainly pain oriented. News sells more because it's a necessity. I The know more about it. I was talking to Paul Pills the author of unlimited wealth and Paul our chat and I said why is it that we have this unbelievably insane negative focus and he said well. There's a lot of possibilities and we both talked about how moods in our country and around the world go through cycles like seasons. But he said you know the other thing. Tony's you gotta realize that bad news cells. I if I've people say that before. But how do you explain that to people I am? I have a tough time with it. He said well. The reality is simple. If you and I are walking down the street here and we look at newspaper and at the top of it. It says this weekend's beautiful and sunny we look at each other and smile and keep walking. So that's great if we walk by and we see big storm coming suddenly guess what we stopped to read and by the newspaper so we can understand more and it ties into something that you and I obviously understand and that is what we'll do more as human beings to avoid paying them. We'll ever do to gain pleasure and so inherently news organizations are not bad or wrong. They're only feeding the public public response to its own challenge but the point of the matter is if we don't consciously create a plan on how to feed our mind with information that can help us to make intelligent choices to increase the quality of our lives. Then we only have ourselves to blame and the challenge though is it's so easy to get seduced because you turn these days. Somebody's gotTA bleaker picture to paint for you about what our future's going to be. You know what you gotta remember. The neigh- saying is not new as long as there have been people with visions have been dozens lined up to stifle. I don't care if it's somebody. As far back as a Columbus or copernicus and by by the way some of them just in one stifling they WANNA kill them if they disagreed with their viewpoints and they felt strong enough about it. They were physically attacked or some people just ridiculed somebody like Walt Disney. Here's a guy who was told by. Virtually every person he spoke to that. His idea was absolutely ridiculous that no one would go for. In fact he was turned down by more than three hundred two bankers before he finally got someone helped him to fund his vision. Stop for a second. Just imagine the loss that millions of children and for that matter adults would have around the world if Disney had been a quote reasonable man and accepted other people's limiting views of his vision appear. Guber is one of the people I respect most in the world and you know what he told me longtime ago about when he was first making movie rainman he was told you know movie about some guy and his brother traveling across the country in cars. Ever GonNa make you gotTa have action in fact four directors including Steven Spielberg quit the project. Many of them want to put all the sex and violence in it and Pearson. Absolutely not this is a movie about a relationship. It's about the human spirit. He was totally unrelenting. He told everybody that it would win. An Academy Award and you know what it one four seat. Those is succeeded. Those trust their instincts often the people that are bent on convincing you. That you can't live your dream. They're really well meaning they don't WanNa see you get your hopes up. Only to see them dashed after all. They're basing their views on reality right. The challenges that a person's reality is completely controlled by the information that you have available to you and that you focus upon yet. Those people succeed in our society are those rare individuals who don't merely swallow the information. It's fed to them but instead they pursue quality information that will nourish their lives. They learn to trust their instincts. So often we hear. We live in an information age. But it's not only the fact that information is available to US shapes our lives but which information we focus on. That's what determines how we feel and what we do see. When millions of people learned that Hong Kong would soon revert to Chinese rule. The majority of people began to focus on their potential for loss. And what they do. They begin to flee and they took all their capital with them. By contrast John Templeton had the same information except he decided to focus instead on. What was the potential for profit? The began ask what companies the Chinese would need regardless of the environment. And you know he did. He bought stocks from all the fleeing masses for pennies of their true value. What everyone else perceived to be a bad time he proceeded to be a phenomenally? Good time it was a time of tremendous opportunity. And you know what when all of a sudden people stop bullying and they began to think. Well maybe this is. GonNa work out okay. And they started buying stocks again sure enough. The emotional pendulum flew back. All of a sudden people became extremely optimistic again and John and his clients rewarded for their immensely profitable decisions. They didn't go with the flow. They saw crisis as opportunity. In fact in Chinese you may know the word crisis is composed the two characters one of those represents danger and the other one represents opportunity so there are two paths that of following the crowd which clearly leads the destruction pain frustration. Standard Education clearly gets a standard results. Thinking like the masters is a great way to make sure you never live your dream and those who have the ability to go against the crowd go against the general flow are the people we often see is the geniuses again whether it's the Columbus or the apprentice or the Templeton's whether googlers these are people that go completely against what others thought and that's why they've succeeded. Success is found in that hidden error. That most people won't question they won't look at and the only way to change the quality of our lives then is to be willing to put ourselves out there and do something different but why is this so difficult for us see. Some people are always talking about how they're doing things different but they're not really doing things different. They're doing things like all their friends. Who are trying to do things different modeling their friends. They're not really going. What they believe is right. They're not trusting their instincts won. The challenge is one of the reasons. We live in a society with so much uncertainty. Right now it's increasing every day because again what the information. That's being fed to everyone. What are they? Constantly focusing on things that make uncertain. They're looking to the past for answers and the president is very different than the way it was in the past. People are not sure what to do and there is a psychological principle that unless you understand it you will be controlled by it and that principle of human influences known as social proof. Social proof is the single most potent way of influencing human behavior cross culturally. I don't care if you're talking about in China if you're talking about somebody who's living in the rainforest or if you're talking to somebody living in la they all are influenced by social proof. Social proof simply means that when human beings are not sure when they're uncertain about what should be done what something means. They inevitably looked to others to see how to feel and what to do about certain situations. It's part of our. We always learned. We've learned by modeling. The belief behind social proof is that if enough people believe something or if enough people do something that it must be right but no greater lie was ever told that is not accurate. How many things can you think of the author? People used to promote and do that. You can see now or destructive. Hey listen one. Out of every three people in our country die of cancer. They're now saying that. Eighty percent of all cancer is directly related to lifestyle eighty percent. One out of every two Americans dies of heart disease. Certainly what the masses are doing in terms of how they're eating and how they're thinking and how they're approaching health does not work and those are just the top. Two disease is four thousand people dying a day of those diseases alone. Just.

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"leo scalia" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

"That's those are all the things they told us we did it and it didn't work out that way it didn't yeah yeah it didn't. It didn't change for me until I became a recruiter and I remember saying to my mother. You know I I'm done with working hard. I want to work smart. And she looked at me and said I don't understand what that means. We're smart well. What works smart meant was of course? I'm going to work hard. Work hard isn't measured with a yardstick. It's measured by experience so if I'm placing lacing candidates and I'm having a good week maybe I'd take Friday off which I did a lot or I dropped what I was doing. Go shopping for the family groceries or or to spend time with my daughter who was very young at the time when I was in the midst of my recruiting career. I went through the evolution. But you know what I. I don't think I would be at the point now being able to say no. Don't do what I did back thirty some odd years ago. Because that'll kill you I if I hadn't had that experience I wouldn't have the authority to say do otherwise right. What would you say for just what you talked about? How would as you see you like to see in life in corporations either the the things that they do or the outcome of it or the feelings feelings of it like what what do you think? May I have some ideas. But what are some ideas that you have well. I think some of them are starting to take recruit this notion that we have to work an eight hour day or more five days a week I think is a relic relic history. We got rid of it for the very reason I just mentioned to you. I'm going to work smarter. If somebody listening to this podcast I can get into a situation and the work becomes more meaningful because they can control their day. Better when I say control what I mean is enjoy shoyer more and Mesh it with all types of experiences beyond work you know. Maybe it's taking king a couple of hours so off to see your children play soccer or stealing away to have lunch with your significant other or just dropping everything and getting an airbnb on the island of skiavo's in Greece for two weeks. Weeks are good because when you do that it's like you know. The high tide lifts all boats it. Everything gets better. Your your creativity is better. I think you're more mindful. We saw would hope so. You're more sensitive to the world in your surroundings soundings. And you're probably easier to get along with your 'cause you're arrested you're happy com nurtured talking about when I was thinking about talking to you about this episode. I was trying to understand how a veteran later in hiring manager would incorporate the best practices of workplace nurturing into their day. especially if it's a foreign concept to them you know maybe they were part of that cohort like you were in or perhaps I was in which was nurturing. Is for little kids watching Barney on TV. Where Sesame Street we're we're we're not children's we're not children's public television? Listen we're a workplace. It's supposed to be hard. So how do you get that person to realign their consciousness around something. That sounds a little new agey but actually is going to improve their headcount sal L. puts quality of work and most importantly quality of experience. Well it's very Atlantic Analytical. Let's let's talk about My call non so I mean it all has to change if I could do a magic one is that I think happy employers work better They will more respect their manager. They will like their manager is if they can give even just a little bit of time to to rest and to dirt so the whole thing was sitting here seat you know so I can see see you there like if something comes up. You're I know you're in your seat and we can do something. Now we have things like texting and mobile and We can do work. Virtually unlike we I mean. We're you can catch us all the time. Like if someone tells the ticks text to me I I answer right away are within ten minutes or within thirty. It's very easy to reach people so no more about that sitting in your seat so something comes up. Well here you are. This new thing came up. You can always you can reach other people. Oh you know whether elsewhere Also the idea of it's like I'll think of the word to be there from from eight to two six is not like you. Don't get a price for that to do is like I came in early and I stayed Zeh. That's a great. You know that doesn't that doesn't help. That doesn't help do advance in your career. It doesn't help people help yourself with your family. He's got a look at work as as workers where it's different than play but we gotta do a more healthy way like I've Seen Inc.. I've seen too many people that were sick I saw people who couldn't be with their parents whenever dying. That's really their whole yeah. They didn't they didn't they. Didn't want to stay. They will one first and she was Her father and he was sick and she thought He's GonNa be fine it looks like he's signing up went home went back to work and then found out that he died so she wasn't there for that moment and because she was worried about you know oh my mic in my job or my boss might be you know. Look look down on me or I have to finish the thing you know it was Kinda Sad. You Know How that Interrupts Tur- up like what's real in. Our life is people in our family and emotions and nurturing and it's it's just Ah. I think it's really changing that we can. We can work and be with people. We can work and have experiences. I I don't know who's going to archetype act test but it's coming I mean that's that's the tapping your I think you're onto something you know some listening to you. Describe all this and the person who wasn't there when their parents passed away. That's something that stays with you the rest of your days that regret uh-huh any can't erase it and you can't just hit the reset button and show up at work after your bereavement period and say ah everything's fine back to work work work. Yeah we're sentient beings. That doesn't I don't think we operate that way. And if we're in a a terribly terribly high stress environment and almost never happens. We can't reset. It's very interesting and I do agree with you. I think we're so we talked about this in the in before we hit the record button. There's a lot of kind of discordant energy going on right now. I don't mean because everybody's watching the impeachment proceedings because I know they're not but that stuff is out there that that discordance this is out there and what it does I think and I'm not a doctor but I know this enough for my own my own personal experiences that when you have that kind of discordance around you and if you are a very sensitive person like you and I both are it goes to your automatic nervous system the a fight or flight it kicks out a lot of adrenaline. adrenaline is good for short bursts of energy. Like when the Sabertooth Tiger suddenly appears and you and you run unlike hell to get out of his out of his path but the body is not designed to deal with that ongoing. Now it's a short thing to get you away from tire but not all day all week I agree so I'm hopeful that really good people managers Are Recognizing that the people that they work with or who worked for them are not just human capital but they are talent they are people that need to be nurtured because in a company especially a service company. That's your gold. It's your people we need. Nurture to thrive on what you just talked about businesses. I had a psychology degree. So this is going to come up. Do you remember the failure. Elliot to Thrive. I think that's what it's called It was about babies babies that were probably adopted out and they took care of them for their. They're needs like food and stuff like that but they didn't nurture them. I think they were too busy or they didn't understand this needed. They didn't touch them. You know they didn't hold them. They didn't saying to them. Or whatever you know whatever you do babies and they found out that The babies died. They had and food. They had water the. That's what they thought was the most important. But they were missing the nurturing touching the singing to them that L. after the whatever and connections pleasurable. It feels really good even if you know even as an adult end the baby and it keeps you going up like like to have this connection and there's love and compassion necessity humanity so that shows if we don't have time off or nurturing during a calmer bodies down like we're in a place like you could. I don't WanNa say die but die slowly. That's all they can say. I reminded about those babies when you were talking about that. That's a that's a research out there and I'm thinking about all those kids down on the border who were being Separated or have been separated by their parents are You know I remember enough from Developmental Psychology courses in college that you know the nurturing aspect is critical it it helps people thrive when they're older. Yeah I mean if it's for babies it's for a whole life for children for your sport dispersed. I your yourself you know anything that you can do to inert yourself and it also nurturing yourself. That's one thing we should talk about nursing is just not about someone else. We've got to watch our our wellness. Are things like. What do you do to make yourself feel good nurturing? What do you do one of the things? I think we're trying to learn now is and you. I think you almost imagine things. I think he used the word tactile. I mean the the touch aspect of nurturing when I got into the world preeminent voice in nurturing was this guy named Leo Scalia Alya He's long gone and Leo was the the Huggy Est wightman you ever met. I mean he was all about. He was all about hugging and now people would probably look at him with caution crazy. We live in the me too moment now which is good. I mean it's it's it's flushing out. We have to say it now. Can I hug you get okay. That's how it works now right ahead the almond end of consent. And you just can't act on your impulses the way that Leo dead. At least I think Leo did and I thought about that because it's in December. I spoke at my Alma. Mater Ithaca College at a leadership conference and what struck me. Nicole was how how the students there were very respectful. They were listening but they were very cautious around each other. As if I don't know you and I you don't know what your rules for consent are nor do you know what mine are. So we've gotTA figure that part out and make it very vocal so that people who don't like to be touched communicate that in a way that others respect but on the other hand don't disincentivize the sent the sensitive type who needs to be hugged every once in a while. They're bloods or their girlfriend or boyfriend or whatever.

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"leo scalia" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You know, you're faced with through fully accept your apology. My dude, I don't expect you to know. It's been a frustrating thing for me not being able to say anything about it. I appreciate while you on that part. Again. I love to call your show will never call you on that again. It was never explained to me. I just thought it was strange when it had hazard. Understand it now. Thank you. Thank you. That's what it's all about. Thank you. Absolutely. Thank you. You're welcome buddy. Thank you. All right. Hopefully that helps you understand a little bit. Seventy seven five seven nine one or two five eight hundred seventy seven one two five. To live low. Hey, drew, pretty intense was wasn't it. Yeah. Just I don't know. Just I don't even wanna listen to Shannon, Burke. He's sociopath. He sounds like a liar. Every time he's talking just sounds like a lie ally. And I don't know I just I think he's trying to get himself back up in here. And I don't think it's a good thing. Agreed hide you live. How can I help you today? Yes. I wanted to let you know, listen to that. So it's morning. Awesome. Right. He you said after he said he you can call me back. He he gave the bone number. Because he said, I'm not talking to without somebody listen. So that's the point of making one more, which is the mental health issue. Yeah. Goes to. But I would say over my lifetime. I've gone through over two dozen different. Psychiatrist or psychologist, and you know, you really got out of all of those the one that was the best who said, you gotta get out of your head, and, you know, stay out of your head and most people just build up because they're thinking of something in the past. So so hard and hurt so bad it just keep thinking and everybody has that through their life. But now to a point where you learn as you get older, you learn and and get out of your head. That's a good point. But anyway, say thank you put on Twitter this morning from Leo Scalia. Let go why do you cling to pain? There is nothing you can do about the wrongs of yesterday. It is not yours to judge why hold onto the very thing which keeps you from hope and love Leo Scalia. Good, man. I don't know too much about him. I just know his name. And I know he's associated with some really kick ass quotes jigger out alive. Who are you? Hey t-. Hey, man. Thank you. That's it. Okay. Thanks. So I come back Billy bad as the word of the year. I mean, we we all know the manly men, right? Not really not like this. What this guy dead? Two. To free his leg. From farm equipment. This is what you teach elementary school in the state. They must because. John could have done this. I think John I think of the three of us now John could have done this knows how to handle one of these pieces of machinery, but he's he wouldn't do that. Oh, absolutely. I do this. I mean, what's the other option? I honestly think that all of us win faced with this situation. Could do that. I'd rather die. I I would die before. I would before this is a sauve movie, by the way, southern new jigsaw. It's great. So when we come back, you'll find out why this.

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"leo scalia" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"And if you do it as a part time side gig now, it's no more pressure. And it's just a labor of love, and it actually brings an extra money, then I'd keep it. But I would just you get to dictate the terms and the schedule and everything else. So that's what I think you should do. Okay. Great. Thank you so much. I appreciate your health. Listen, we need you to teach. You understand that? There are some kids out there that need you to teach. So you step back into it. Triumphantly? Thank you. I love it. I. I gotta tell you. I I'm so sick of getting these phone calls. I'm glad she called. But I am sick to death of teachers that are burning out because of the bureaucrats. And the. Politicians who don't have a dead gum brain in their head. I mean, we're talking about the greatest resource that any country in the world has is its next generation. Now, if I pulled everybody that listen to this show, and I would say how important is education. It would rank up at the very top. You give it a ten out of ten. And yet we allow our kids we allow our teachers to be put in a situation where they are under stress. They are not being able to do the actual job that they were created to do. It's not effective for anything. And here's what's happening. The kids that learn easily in the cattle coal environment of public education, and quite frankly, many private schools, we're gonna teach one way to thirty kids. How much since the that make? But this is where we stand in two thousand nineteen I want to tell you something if God continues to give me platform and influence. I'm going to be a guy that's going to raise my hand on this. I'm going to Washington DC. I may ask you all to sign a petition, and we're going to go raise a ruckus because I am tired of kids that are getting left behind because of this standardized testing crap and we're teaching one-size-fits-all. That's not how everybody learns. And it's time we as parents wake up and do something about it. All right, there you go. I'm a little fired up. I get tired of teachers burning out. These are the people we need to be lifting. Today's quote comes from Leo Scalia changes the injuries of all true learning. So today's question are you learning to make a change our time is almost up? But before I let you go you matter, and you've got what it takes. Thank you so much for joining the conversation until next time. This is the Ken Coleman show France on. Hey, folks, I want you to check out. Our other Ramsey solutions podcast, like Christie rights business boutique ham, Christy Wright, and I help women all over the country take their ideas, and passions and hobbies and turn them into profitable businesses. If you have an idea in your head or dreaming,

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"leo scalia" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Not to credit the motivations of a mass killer or a would be bomber. It seems really wrong to say that are extremely angry president has an emboldened and enabled and empowered extremely angry reactions, but I do believe if you say that then how can you avoid saying? Well, black lives matter in some of its rhetoric in some way, inspired those killers in New York and Dallas to kill some policemen. How could you not say, you know, that guy who shot Steve Scalise who was a big Bernie backer? I mean, Bernie bears some of the blame. I'm not prepared to go there. If our president were different we may well have less targeting of these targets, but maybe not we have had lunatics and extremists acting insanely violently in the name of everyone from Jesus to Mohammed to the Beatles. And I wouldn't blame any of them. We can properly condemn extreme. And inaccurate statements from whoever makes them without saying it necessarily put the idea of a bomb in anyone's head or Debbie Wasserman Schultz return envelope in anyone's hand. That's it for today show that just was produced by peer BMA may Daniel Schrader who combined for sixteen hours sleep, fourteen Pierre in two for Daniel Raphael, senior producer of slate podcast. She gets her REM sleep, which means she goes to bed by reciting backwards everyone in that one song. So it's Lester bangs Lenny Bruce Leonid, Brezhnev, Leonard Bernstein, the gist. Here's my personal version. Boy, bridges, Lonzo ball, Leo Scalia. Larry Bird, Peru, Peru and thanks for listening.

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"leo scalia" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"leo scalia" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

"You know my my met my guy my guru leo scalia who was the '70s selfhelp all yell good uh he wrote a bunch of great books but he said you know when you learn something new you become something new only like than i do too so why why the change usually they say it and i'm not going to go into my history but i have had some experience with what you're going through a little bit from the family side so usually there's an an event were you hit bottom ya does usa did you have one of whom have one of those i had a series of of events that caused me to wanna stop drinking i knew i thought about it for a couple of years and uh uh i i would say that um one of the catalysts was uh i was at i did show corporate show killed and that's you know the show was great and after the show that an open bar of course i jumped right into that nancy whiskies and whatnot and um uh what happened with a a guy started talking to me and he said well how you get home tonight and i was like well i'm driving a driving home and he said yeah i think that's a good idea um and i was like well who's this guy to tell me what you know what kind of condition and he goes well let me just say this i'm an off duty police officer and you get in and he shouldn't drive home and i was like.

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