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"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

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02:14 min | 3 months ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

"How it got there. The intrepid explorers go down to investigate the Alien life form yesterday. They revealed on routine helicopter mission. This month to count sheep. They saw something way bigger than a big horn. It was this tall rectangular prism. A monolith heard this kind of stuff. The workers landed there chopper and went to check it out. You actually see the photos. I of bighorns on these huge rocks then staying whatever. It is installed on the ground than the next voting you see is to dude standing next to it examining it finally standing on each other's shoulders to see what is on up doesn't like anything special but in this part of the country it's not unusual for people to spot what they claim are ufo's or pieces of debris allegedly coming from space now the bureau of land management investigating. Just how that mystery. Monolith came to be in move is not going to quiet. The conspiracy theorists authorities are not disclosing. Exactly where this was found. They say it's truly in the middle of nowhere. They're worried people would actually put themselves in danger if they drove out looking for it. You've got to think this has got to be some kind of artistic project right. Someone wanted us to find this. Just in case the utah state government is telling people and this is a quote it is illegal to install structures or art without authorization on federally managed public lands. No matter what planet. You're from david blaine living there for like six months or something. Hey we're going to be going dark for thanksgiving and the day after so you will not hear show tomorrow or friday. We're going to be spending some time with members of our households cooking some food recharging so we will see you bright and early monday morning. Can't tell you how thankful i am for the team. That has been working. So hard on this podcast. Specifically i am thankful for producers. David rhind kelly tarez josh cohen trevor hastings aerial gesture terra gimbal and lauren ephron thanks to eric johnson lucia brown john newman russo able as and stationed sheesh go special. Thanks week to connor finnegan chris. Bury halley freighter lewis millman and michelle franzen of course so thankful to have you listening. Thanks for welcoming us into your mornings and into your ears. A brad milkey see.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

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02:45 min | 4 months ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

"Neon can connect which is a bummer. If you live here in a city that can cold and heartless this is one day. We're new yorkers stand on the sidewalk high-fiving strangers for hours. Also a city that has lost twenty four thousand lives of the corona not the state just the city so no one complain when the marathon was canceled but people are badly in need of pick me up new york city. Marathon to me is christmas. That's greatest day in new york. Chris baker has run the race several times and he told abc news. I think the challenge is that you're not going to have like it's not televised. You can have all your friends and family tracking you because it's not such a big deal this year. Luckily though for the last several years organizers at the new york city marathon. i've been promoting this idea of a virtual marathon. Rita's won the race on your own wherever you are get credit for doing. There's a special at for tracking yourself which meant that for the last two weeks in new york city you would randomly see little scenes like this. That was at a park in queens as family members gathered with a little finish line. They had made a runner who just traversed the city on his own. Don't forget people come to the new york city marathon from all over the world so this guy ran his virtual marathon where he was in england back in the day before in adelaide australia. A forty six year old woman. Who was one of the first hospitalized with kovin. Back in march she was able to recover. Get out of a hospital and this weekend. She crossed her own. Finish line brooklyn. Yesterday you would see people standing on the side of the road by themselves with like a random signed the said go mandy and then you look over. There and mandy was jogging down the sidewalk. Just gassed after twenty six miles champ. Props. abc's lewis millman who's usually running that race instead. This year he was doing that reporting. If you haven't listened to our bonus episode from yesterday give that a listen before tuesday. We'll tell you everything you need to know about how these projections are about to get made tomorrow. Night of course. Abc will keep you up to speed as long as it takes to count. All the votes and brad mielke see on election day it's being called the most consequential election of a lifetime. The important vote and with so much on the line. Ignominy though post record news-making answers so most informed forces from all sides the countdown is on to the vote. What will our future look like. Abc's this week with. George hit barclays out right here on sunday. The most consequential get this hyper-political year right as you get closer to casting your vote every sunday on abc..

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"lewis millman" Discussed on KOMO

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06:16 min | 4 months ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on KOMO

"There will still be plenty of runners taking on the 26.2 Mile challenge. Virtually this weekend. Our own marathoner ABC News producer Lewis Millman. Has more on how they're doing it. It's one of the biggest events of the year in one of the biggest cities in the world on your mark. 2020 New York City Marathon was set to be an extra special. 50th anniversary of the first time the race was held. 26.2 Mile course normally tours all five of the city's burps crossing five bridges along the way, but with the covert 19 pandemic, preventing large gatherings A New York road runners flagship event is adjusting. Instead of having the more than 24,000 runners travel from over 150 countries across the globe to race through the Big Apple, the road runner's shifted to an all virtual format for 2020. I move that the organization senior vice president of strategic partnerships and runner products, Christine Burke says. When fairly smoothly, this will be our third year of staging a virtual version of the marathon. And we were fortunate that we've had experience with it now. And so we already had plans to do a virtual marathon. But with the cancellation of the in person race at the end of June We knew we had to make the virtual version bigger and better than it had ever been through the running abstract and using modern technology race organizers have made this year's virtual New York City marathon and immersive experience for runners. There is technology that we're using this year included some augmented reality where at the finish line. Runners will be able to put a metal over their head in a photo, and there's also tools that will enable runners to here. The sounds of the marathon course on race day. So the sound of the cannon at the start in Staten Island on the Verrazano Bridge and crowd noises throughout the core. It simulates what it actually would be like as if they were running on the marathon course through the five boroughs in New York City. Participants will use that same app to track their run and submit their finished time. But it's not just the organizer's who've had to alter their plans. The New York City Marathon typically brings out more than two million Spectators lining the streets cheering on the runners they know and even some, they don't Brad milky, the host of ABC start here. Podcast normally spends marathon Sunday outside his Brooklyn apartment doing just that in my neighborhood in Brooklyn. It's getting chilly. Trees are changing color, and everyone seems to just hop on out of there building out of their little brownstone wherever they live, stand on their stoop. Hand in the city where you think everyone is isolated and mean and angry and lonely. You've got people who are high fiving strangers for three hours at a time. That's like the magic of it all. In fact, in 2017. When I ran the marathon, Brad and his dog, Frank greeted me around Mile for providing a badly needed boost of energy. But this year, Brad says something is missing. It's like one of the moments on my calendar. That makes me think. I I loved living in this place and to not have that I think is Is it is a big loss If I have a friend who's Ah Sort of running their own marathon around the city. I'd love to go back out to Lafayette Avenue and give them a high five even if they're just by themselves, But But the electricity is something that is that feeling of people gathering is I can't imagine that not being here and the toughest adjustment, so those being made by the daring souls running the race. Chris Baker has run the New York City Marathon several times New York City Marathon to Mia's Christmas that Za greatest day in New York. But this will be his first virtual marathon, and he already knows it's going to feel different. You're gonna have less people. It's going to be everybody running in their own. You know, I've I've designed my own route. Everyone's going their own routes that they want to do, starting in different times, finishing a different time. So it's not. You're not gonna have like the solidarity. That you would normally have on race day, which it's not, You know, that's sad, but at the same time it's I think it's cool that they're still going to be like a select group of people out there. Still doing it. Training for a marathon is intense. After all, the fastest runners in the world take over two hours to complete the 26.2 miles, and most of the rest of us end up running for a lot longer than that, Baker says. He's taking his training a little bit easier this year. I think the challenge is that you're not gonna have like It's not televised. You can have all your friends and family tracking you because it's not such a big deal this year. I think that for me, at least my training has not been like to the extent that it would be if it was a physical. In person race While participants in the virtual race can run their 26 point to any time during a two week stretch. It all leads up to virtual Marathon Day Sunday, November 1st people love The New York City marathon so much that they're going to go and run it wherever they live. On whatever course they are and try and create that experience. However, they can to feel great and to send some love to New York City, and I think that's awesome. For now, virtual racing seems certain to continue and to grow, at least for as long as the Corona viruses around Christine Burke and the New York Road runners are hoping to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the New York City Marathon all over again in 2021 22. 20 is the actual 50th anniversary of the race. So the original New York City Marathon was run in Central Park front, September 13th of 1970 with 127 runners. This year is obviously the 50th anniversary. But next year in 2021, we're still going to recognize the race as the 50th running of the race. With Ian Person Marathon. That will happen in New York, the first Sunday of November. Reporting for perspective. I'm Louis Millman, ABC News Coming up. She's for Trump. He's for Biden. They say their relationship,.

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The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway.

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02:16 min | 4 months ago

The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway.

"Was cancelled, but there will still be plenty of runners taking on the 26.2 Mile challenge. Virtually this weekend. Our own marathoner ABC News producer Lewis Millman has more on how they're doing it. It's one of the biggest events of the year in one of the biggest cities in the world. 2020 New York City Marathon was said to be an extra special. The 50th anniversary of the first time the race was held. 26.2 Mile course normally tours all five of the cities boroughs, crossing five bridges along the way. With the covert 19 pandemic, preventing large gatherings. The New York road runners flagship event is adjusting. Instead of having the more than 24,000 runners travel from over 150 countries across the globe to race through the Big Apple, the road runner's shift into an all virtual format for 2020 a move that the organization senior vice president of strategic partnerships and runner products, Christine Burke says went fairly smoothly. This will be our third year. Of staging a virtual version of the marathon, and we were fortunate that we've had experience with it now. And so we already had plans to do a virtual marathon. But with the cancellation of the in person race at the end of June We knew we had to make the virtual version bigger and better than it had ever been through the running Abstract VA and using modern technology race organizers have made this year's virtual New York City marathon, an immersive experience for runners. There is technology that we're using this year included some augmented reality where at the finish line runners will be able to put a medal over their head in a photo. And there's also tools that will enable runners to hear the sounds of the marathon course on race day. So the sound of the cannon at the start in Staten Island on the various on a bridge and crowd noises throughout the course that simulates what it actually would be like as if they were running on the marathon course through the five boroughs. In New York City. Participants will use that same app to track that are run and submit their finished time. But it's not just

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"lewis millman" Discussed on KOMO

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06:16 min | 4 months ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on KOMO

"Of runners taking on the 26.2 Mile challenge. Virtually this weekend. Our own marathoner ABC News producer Lewis Millman has more on how they're doing it. It's one of the biggest events of the year in one of the biggest cities in the world. 2020 New York City Marathon was set to be an extra special. 50th anniversary of the first time the race was held 26.2 Mile course normally tours all five of the cities boroughs, crossing five bridges along the way, but with the covert 19 pandemic, preventing large gatherings New York Road runners flagship event is adjusting. Instead of having the more than 24,000 runners travel from over 150 countries across the globe to race through the Big Apple, the Roadrunners shifted to an all virtual format for 2020. I move that the organization senior vice president of strategic partnerships and runner products, Christine Burke says. When fairly smoothly, this will be our third year of staging a virtual version of the marathon. And we were fortunate that we've had experience with it now. And so we already had plans to do a virtual marathon. But with the cancellation of the in person race at the end of June We knew we had to make the virtual version bigger and better than it had ever been through the running abstract and using modern technology race organizers have made this year's virtual New York City marathon and immersive experience for runners. There is technology that we're using this year included some augmented reality where at the finish line runners will be able to put a medal over there. Head in a photo. And there's also tools that will enable runners to hear the sounds of the marathon course on race Day. So the sound of the cannon at the start in Staten Island on the Verrazano Bridge and crowd noises throughout the core. That simulates what it actually would be like as if they were running on the marathon course through the five boroughs in New York City. Participants will use that same app to track their run and submit their finished time. But it's not just the organizer's who've had to alter their plans. The New York City Marathon typically brings out more than two million Spectators lining the streets, cheering on the runners they know and even some, they don't Brad Milky, the host of ABC start here. Podcast normally spends marathon Sunday outside his Brooklyn apartment doing just that, in my neighborhood in Brooklyn. It's getting chilly. Trees are changing color, and everyone seems to just hop on out of there building out of their little brownstone wherever they live, stand on their stoop. Hand in the city where you think everyone is isolated and mean and angry and lonely. You've got people who are high fiving strangers for three hours at a time. That's like the magic of it all. In fact, in 2017. When I ran the marathon, Brad and his dog, Frank greeted me around Mile for providing a badly needed boost of energy. But this year, Brad says something is missing. It's like one of the moments on my calendar. That makes me think. I I loved living in this place and to not have that I think is Is it is a big loss If I have a friend who's Ah Sort of running their own marathon around the city. I'd love to go back out to Lafayette Avenue and give them a high five even if they're just by themselves, But But the electricity is something that is that feeling of people gathering is I can't imagine that not being here and the toughest adjustments or those being made by the daring souls running the race. Chris Baker has run the New York City Marathon several times New York City Marathon to Mia's Christmas That's It's a greatest day in New York. But this will be his first virtual marathon, and he already knows it's going to feel different. You're gonna have less people. It's going to be everybody running in their own. You know, I've I've designed my own route. Everyone's gonna have their own routes that they want to do, starting in different times, finishing a different time. So it's not. You're not gonna have like the solidarity. That you would normally have on race day, which it's not, You know, that's sad, but at the same time it's I think it's cool that they're still going to be like a select group of people out there. Still doing it. Training for a marathon is intense. After all, the fastest runners in the world take over two hours to complete the 26.2 miles, and most of the rest of us end up running for a lot longer than that, Baker says. He's taking his training a little bit easier this year. I think the challenge is that you're not gonna have like It's not televised. You're not gonna have all your friends and family tracking you because it's not such a big deal this year. I think that for me, at least my training has not been like to the extent that it would be if it was a physical. In person race While participants in the virtual race can run their 26 point to any time during a two week stretch. It all leads up to virtual Marathon Day Sunday, November 1st people love The New York City marathon so much that they're going to go and run it wherever they live. On whatever course they are and try and create that experience. However, they can to feel great and to send some love to New York City, and I think that's awesome. For now, virtual racing seems certain to continue and to grow, at least for as long as the Corona viruses around Christine Burke and the New York Road runners are hoping to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the New York City Marathon all over again in 2021 22. 20 is the actual 50th anniversary of the race. So the Original New York City Marathon was run in Central Park front, September 13th of 1970 with 127 runners. This year is obviously the 50th anniversary. But next year in 2021, we're still going to recognize the race as the 50th running of the race. With Ian Person Marathon. That will happen in New York the first Sunday of November. Reporting for perspective. I'm Louis Millman, ABC News Coming up. She's for Trump. He's for Biden. They say their relationship, however, is more important.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

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05:30 min | 11 months ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"We have gotten used to in recent years of the star quality and the the sort of lightning strike. That was President Obama. But there's a Monday at he to running for office and we need a process that recognizes that if we do want more people to come to the table. We've got to make sure the table is designed to accommodate them good point. I know that you have a relationship with Joe Biden former vice president and he endorsed you in the governor's race back in two thousand eighteen in Georgia. Faith is such an important part of his story. It's instrumental in your narrative to as we've been talking about throughout this podcast stacey but for those in the faith circles who want a moral custodian in charge now they want a moral custodian to be president. Should they be concerned about. Biden's gaffes calling his wife. Sister Sadie is running for Senate. What can you do to quell any of those concerns? I? I'm laughing in part because having been candidate who has misstated something or did not realize. The person on my left was on my right eye. I think people we see these moments and we extrapolate from them you such deep meaning and sometimes it's just people make mistakes and so you're not concerned you. I'm not I'm not vice. President Biden has had a long history of Malapropisms but that has never diminished his capacity to serve. I think the other part of your question. I want to respond to the question of faith that I believe. This is very much a part of every candidate who still viable. Their faith may not match my own in terms of my Christian faith but I think that the candidates we have on the democratic side are are very much moral leaders because again. I believe that. It's not simply what you say. You believe. It's what you're willing to do to live that belief and so I don't want those who hear me to believe I think anyone is diminished in their capacity for moral leadership. And I promise that I would talk about the eight Romance novels that you've written under the pen name. Selena Montgomery which I was reading it was inspired by Elizabeth. Montgomery who played Samantha and her evil twin Serena on bewitched is that correct. That is correct. Okay so you're a bestselling author if you want to read her books. You have to search for Selena. Montgomery that's your pen name so as a bestselling author. How does the story end for you? Stacey what's your ideal ending so I will say this. I've not only written those books. I also wrote lead from the outside. Which is what got me on the New York. Times bestseller list which is more of a primer on how we can be stronger and better at what we do. Especially if you're from the outside and you have a bombing out in June. I do called. Our time is now but going back to my fiction writing. I write romance because I believe that at the core of love. There's always challenge trial there's hardship but there's always the possibility for good that we can find not only the person you're meant to be with but you can find the better part of yourself because when you are in relationship you're best when you are in service to the other person and so for me. The goal is to be a writer a sinker a politician a public servant who is always writing the next chapter to make life easier for others to do for those what my parents taught us to do which is to use my mind to use my hands and to use my soul. And how does the story end for you? I have read that far ahead and like I'm the type that reads the last page. First I ruin it for myself. You're my little one of my sisters. I manage not to know the story. Of Game of thrones for five years then is a talent as impressive us as we wrap up Stacey. Give me one word to articulate your faith one word to describe it real good threat to the point. Stacey it's been a pleasure to have you on the podcast. I thank you for opening up allowing us to kind of peel back the layers and to find out more about who you are and what informed your decisions and for answering some really tough questions to good luck to your future. We look forward to the next few chapters of your life as well. It has been a pleasure. Thank you Robyn. Thank you stacey. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of journeys a fate. If you haven't already subscribe to the podcast to make sure you get new episodes as soon as they're released and let us know what you think with a rating and review journeys of faith it's a production of ABC audio produced by Whitney Lloyd. Lewis millman latent schneider and Suzy Lou. Thanks again for listening. I'm Paula Farris. You See Headlines. Across your screen all day. But you're busy. What do you need to know? 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"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

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07:58 min | 11 months ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

"So here. We are in April and they're still not really clear way that Americans across the country are GonNa get tested for Corona virus. Governor Murphy says the Garden State is leading the way in testing with a new saliva. Kit that gets results in twenty four to forty eight hours. This is seen as a game changer. When the testing protocol because it safer and quicker than the nasal swab testing which is considered more painful invasive and less safe for the medical staff giving the test even if that all pans out that starts happening and then even if businesses can start to reopen is not like. We're going to be able to be less vigilant. Just heard from Juju how fast this virus is still able to spread so in addition to testing. There's one other key system that is going have to ramp up something epidemiologist think about all the time but the rest of us have really only heard about recently. It's called contact tracing GONNA ABC Senior Investigative Reporter. Aaron Katersky Turkey. Who's been looking into? How states actually planning to implement this so first. Aaron what is this? What is contact tracing read? This is the tried and true methods that health officials all over the world have used to control infections for decades and it involves finding the carriers contacts not casual contacts but people who've been in close quarters with the carrier of the corona virus and then figuring out if they are sick and if they are isolating them so they don't expose anybody else and it's really nineteenth century public health measures boots on the ground. It's interviewing people who might be quite scared and panicked. This has been done for decades in various ways but it has never been done on the scale required for the United States of America to reopen from Corona virus. Cherie County Health Department. In some cases public health officials have simply gone out into the community to find all the close contacts of the sick day. Did you start to symptoms respiratory? You could use a big phone bank and call people to say you've been in contact with a corona virus carrier. How are you feeling? Raging Massachusetts has begun to hire people in eight communities north of Boston. They've hired two hundred fifty people and they're going to be the contact tracers. You don't need any special skills to do this. You could work under the direction of a train. Public Health official. One idea has been to take all the people that have been unemployed laid off because of corona virus restrictions and put them to work tracing all corona virus carrier contacts. That's important why just to give you a sense of where the thing is traveling. That's the only way you can contain a second wave of CORONA VIRUSES TO UNDERSTAND. Not only who has it but who that person may have come into contact with so far? The Panhandle Health district has done contact tracing with six hundred and fifty people by doing this. They say the virus will eventually have nowhere else to go because the theory is that every corona virus carrier has ten or so intimate contact so one case can quickly multiply ten-fold. You know one of those. Ten context gets on a plane to I. DuNno Boise Idaho. You can give officials their heads up and then protocols would dictate whether that person needs to be isolated. Well should I feel weird Aaron that there are essentially government employees? Right now. And that states are saying. Hey let's get even more government employees to do this to essentially track where either I've been or where my friends have been or where my bus drivers been like. Do People have concerns about this? There are real questions about contact. Tracing and a major frustration is that sometimes people are dishonest about where they've been so really. This is only as good as the self reporting that public health officials can collect. And let's say you decide not to do it in person or even over the phone. Do you have a big corporation? Do it like apple or Google. Maybe it's an APP and do you want all of those companies then having access to your personal health information the Technology Use Bluetooth data to keep track of phones that have been close to each other. It'll I roll out in. May as an APP designed by public health agencies but apple and Google have plans to build the function directly into their phones operating systems in fact apple and Google have been working together to enable Bluetooth technology to help. Public Health. Officials do contact tracing enough for a long enough period of time in. Google can record that and India events that are diagnosed positive with Komen nineteen. They can send out an alert to other phone. Said you were ear for that period of time this would be an opt in kind of technology though so again only as good as those willing to participate and you mentioned Massachusetts also. The State of Utah started doing this type of tracing early and often. They say it is already helped them to kind of nip these new outbreaks in but they also admit they had a lot fewer cases to trace at first and save New York and again. I can't stress enough like you said I want you identify these people. You have to give them quick access to a test to see if they have it as well amateur skeets fascinating stuff. Thank you thank you Brad. We'll last thing. Professional sports will not begin anytime soon in America but the baseball season has finally gotten underway in Taiwan. 'cause he feels this one goes to the left. Fear back is a stadium without any fans. The stadiums close to everyone except players and employs but organizers. They didn't want everyone watching empty seats so they filled in a bunch of them with fan mannequins fans both the three. D. Kind would see store wearing t shirts and hats and in some rose life-sized cardboard cutouts. So if you're a player imagine this. You're playing cavernous stadium. The only people watching actually aren't people there these flat fans but also not quiet in terrace. There these human sized robots banging on wheel drums just to add some flair. I guess somehow the players are still able to focus on hitting that ball and yesterday in a thriller the racketeering monkeys hit a walk off home. Run in the bottom of the twelfth sports fans. You thought you had nothing to look forward to. It's fun and Games until a robot wants to have a chat with you about your batting average. Then then you better run. We got another bonus episode of the essentials inside the curve. Coming up tomorrow morning check it out. Firsthand accounts from the people who are on the front lines of this crisis start here is produced by David. Ryan Kelly Tarez Trevor Hastings. Josh go and Eric Kimball born efan. Thanks to Eric Johnson Kia Brown John Newman Elizabeth Russo. Able as station few special. Thanks this week. Jean-marie conned Elizabeth Thomas Lewis Millman Gill Florencio Halley. Free Ben Siegel Katherine faulders. I'm Brad Milkey. Monday The country is locked down. Battling Corona virus out flattening the curve at my gloves in my pocket which. I'm not sure how effective they'll be going to wear them anyway. We WanNA help and give you the latest information. I'm Aaron Katersky host of Kobe. Nineteen what you need to know a podcast from. Abc News but we're going to need to do is widespread testing to see who's susceptible who's infected. Who's recovered each weekday? We call doctors from around the country and our own medical experts to respond directly to. What's on your mind about this virus? Covert nineteen what you need to know a new series weekday afternoons on your favorite podcast APP..

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

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11:20 min | 1 year ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

"Excellent start here. You heard the problem. So what is Congress planning on doing about it? Is there something preventing you from achieving? Your goals is work related stress or insomnia slowing you down better help. Online COUNSELING SECURELY CONNECTS. You with the professional licensed counselor log into your account any time to easily schedule video or phone sessions and securely exchange unlimited messages with your counselor. It's therapy two point. Oh support wherever you are whenever it's convenient and start here listeners. Get ten percent off their first month. Better help with the code here star. Now go to better help dot com slash here. Let's think about how this all ships what we were seeing a couple of weeks ago. You remember how happy everyone seemed to be with this big stimulus bill drug on America go to their mailboxes and find four figure checks to help with their bill to all Americans. I say this help is on the way since then. No one's gotten their checks because it takes a while to get that going and more importantly it is increasingly clear that healthcare concerns will continue for months and livelihood could be impacted for years if nothing happened so if that reality has changed how is. Congress adjusting their game plan. Let's check in with ABC senior congressional. Correspondent Mary Bruce. Because Mary and no-one ever thought a single check in the mail was gonna do the trick for everyone but like is twelve hundred dollars. Is that beginning to feel insignificant? Where you are. Yeah I mean look. The more unemployment rises the more critical. It is that Washington does more and both sides of the aisle new even though that two trillion dollar package seems like so much money. The point is that was never going to be enough problems that we don't realize now that we're going to have to grapple worth so I think the odds are high there will be a covert four and while lawmakers were able to quickly put together that last package and passed unanimously. They're already squabbling about the next stimulus. Bill still continue on emergency medication but in the next bill are focused will also be on recovery. It's clear the Democrats being led now by house speaker. Nancy Pelosi want to go big. She is making an urgent call for action and she's eyeing a plan that will be very heavy on infrastructure addressing some of the most critical impacts in vulnerability in America that had been laid further. Bayer by the corona virus but Republican leader. Mitch McConnell is telling Pelosi to stand down. He's warning Democrats at the next. Bill can't include unrelated items that this isn't a chance. He says for Democrats to simply get in all of their political priorities while Democrats really say in order to stimulate the economy to grow not just tried to plug a hole but actually grow the economy. You're going to have to go big. Don't Democrats have kind of a decent cheerleader in a guy named DONALD TRUMP? Like that seems to work well for them. This is where it gets really tricky. The president has voiced some support for doing a big infrastructure project we will spend eight trillion dollars in the Middle East and yet our roads are in bad shape. Our bridges our tunnels bad shape. There's been a lot of talk about doing some kind of infrastructure plan in Washington for years now in fact it's become a bit of a joke because it never seems to happen but focusing on infrastructure is a good way to put a lot of people back to work it seems. Republicans are making it pretty clear They're not GONNA LET NANCY. Pelosi lead this charge. So that's looking months or years in the future like building a new highway right now. Let's talk about the next couple of months because healthcare right. Somebody gets sick right now. They're being told you know. Don't even go to the hospital or doctor's office unless you feel you might die and guess what if you get to that point. I hope you didn't get laid off and lose your health insurance. What are people supposed to do? This is a huge concern right now. Because of course it's unemployment skyrockets so too does the number of Americans without health insurance now. The president had suggested that he might be open to reopening enrollment for Obamacare in the midst of this crisis. But he now says he's not going to do that I can't commit. I have to get approval from it. I have a thing called Congress. And of course remember his administration has been urging the Supreme Court to dismantle the law entirely. So what can you do if all of a sudden you realize you don't have coverage in the midst of this healthcare crisis and you really want it well if you recently lost your insurance because you lost your job despite what the president is doing you do have a sixty day window to enroll through obamacare? No you didn't have health insurance to begin with. There's a chance you might qualify through medicate if that doesn't work if you don't qualify for Medicaid you can check and see if you live in one of twelve states that have decided on their own to reopen. Enrollment is such important information. Right there. Mary if you lost your job if you're listening and you're tuning out. Just go back thirty seconds right now. Listen to what Mary just said. Because there are ways to protect yourself but you gotta do it in sixty days thank you mary. Thanks Brad place like new city for a second. We're advising New Yorkers to wear a face covering when you go outside and will be near other people across the city. Parts of the state. Life is changing so quickly so dramatically that even bad stuff is changing in ways that you might not have anticipated during the last few weeks. Social distancing increasing overall crime has now plunged by nearly twenty percent want to bring an ABC senior investigative reporter. Amer Katersky who covers New York law enforcement because Aaron? I feel like everything feels dangerous right now but in a weird way like it's also dangerous for criminals. I guess right. Is that what we're seeing? We are seeing a dramatic reduction in crime for the month of March especially in the last two weeks when the mayor imposed his executive order that kept non essential workers home and everybody out of school crime fell in every borough about twenty percent overall fewer murders fewer shootings fewer robberies but of course keeping everybody indoors poses challenges of its own yet. In what way because we we are seeing certain areas rise as well. What are they will think about Brad? There's a real concern with everybody cooped up at home about other problems that that could pose child abuse for example or alcoholism but particularly the cops here are concerned about domestic violence. Home visits have been curtailed. Obvious reasons but those high priority people we need to in touch with to make sure that Violence isn't happening behind closed doors. There's a real concern that. Although reports of domestic violence were down in March the police commissioner says. He doesn't doubt that it's happening. It just means that women may not be able to get out of the House to actually report to police who are at risk relationships. They are now trapped with your abuser in there. Don't have those pockets of time to call a domestic violence counselor in hotline Soviet. Nypd has put a team of domestic violence officers on patrol to try to take reports and check on those that may be prone to domestic violence based on incidents in the past there was an individual who was standing next to a Asian individual and started spraying for breeze around his feet and around him and read the other point of worry for the NYPD. Hate crimes they don't WanNa see them at any time but especially during the ongoing corona virus response. They're seeing a couple of different incidents that tend to fall under two motivating factors either the victim's race meaning anti Asian reflecting where the virus originated from China. I need to know or the perception that somebody may have the virus. And that's considered an Anti Crime Dylan Marino's family says. Their son was discriminated against by a teacher who claims. He mistook coughing as a sign that the thirteen year old had cove in nineteen and since the outbreak. The Hate Crimes Task Force has been involved in about a dozen cases. All the victims were Asian and targeted. The police said due to discrimination based on the corona virus pandemic. But it's a good thing. Crime is largely down Brad because officers are getting sick at a rather alarming rate as we speak about six thousand New York City. Police officers are out sick. That's seventeen percent of the force so there's still plenty of cops around but it is forcing the department to make some adjustments and if things get really bad the state police could be called in to augment. Yeah I'm across the East River from you right now. Erin but it. It is just Erie to see at night. No cars on the streets except for cruisers. Police cruisers is quietly going by with their lights on to let you know. They're still there anchor. Turkey. Thanks so much. Thank you stay well and one last thing. If this episode was all about the domino effect of the corona virus considered this about thirty thousand gallons of milk a day is all being dumped in your -Sconsin cove in nineteen has forced dairy farmers to dump alderbrook down the drain. Nothing to do with health concerns but because of this all I know is that apparently the their. They can't bottle milk they got. They have nowhere to take it to remember. Erin talk about how kids are staying home from school. That means a lot of them are getting lunch at school. They're not getting milk. That means milk producers are sending their products to grocery stores. Well guess what a lot of people stocked up a while back and don't need any new milk this week on the shelves that means the cartons used to bottle. This new the gas spent a ship. It it's all a waste right now. So farmers of America has been telling dairy farmers just dump it. Just get rid of it. We'll pay you. Even the problem is they can only afford to pay for spilled milk for so long. In the meantime dairy farmers had just seen their prices rising for the first time in years. Now they're back in the danger zone. The only consolation is Wisconsin. Cheese lasts much longer concern for dairy. Farmers has nothing to do with the fact that my last name is milky. I just thought you should know about this. Start here is produced by David. Ryan Kelly Tarez Trevor Hastings. Josh Cohen Terry Kimball and Lauren. Ephron thanks to Eric Johnson Kia Brown John Newman Elizabeth Russo. Avila's stationed Hugh Special. Thanks this week to Barbara De de Stacey rollins Lewis Millman Mike the bus Barbara Friedman. I'm Brendan See. This country's Philbin anxiety and questions are the math really effective in protecting you. From the corona virus as corona virus continues its relentless spread across the country. We want to help and give you the latest information. I'm Aaron Katersky from ABC News. And I'm hosting the new podcast called cove. Nineteen what you need to know. Surface cleaning does work each weekday. We call our chief. Medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton and other experts to respond directly to. What's on your mind about this virus? It's Cova nineteen what you need to know a new series weekday afternoons on your favorite podcast.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"I said was president. I want to do everything. Humanly possible to lead the fight in the Senate to deliver on clocks to do what we said we would. We can't blow this opportunity. We blow this off thirty. Never come again. And and so. That's what I indepth to do. which is roll up my sleeves and go to work and work hard honoring our promises so I worked hard passing the biggest tax cut of generation? And and and repealing hundreds of job killing regulations as a result of which we've got the lowest unemployment in fifty years. We had the lowest African American unemployment ever recorded order the Lowest Hispanic unemployment ever. That's transforming people's lives. I've worked hard to confirm federal judges judges who are committed constitutionalist. Who will protect the bill of rights will protect religious liberty and protect free? Speech will protect the Second Amendment that that is a critical promise. We made to the voters of promise we delivered on Yes. There are many things Donald Trump says and does that. I wish he didn't say didn't I don't have the ability to change but my focus is on doing my job and if you look at the subsitute results we've been able to deliver for the people of Texas exit. I'm very proud of the policy record. Blasted did your faith. Play any role in reconciling that relationship with trump. There's no no doubt that that forgiveness is critical to what it means to being a Christian and forgiveness is is. This is something I try to. I try to forgive certainly is as goddess forgiven us. We're commanded to do the same going right back to the Lord's prayer. Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us that it is foundations paramount's not easy it it it it is it is human It is human to to allow your feelings needs to be heard and and the whole road but but at the same time you know I do think one to to one of the reasons. I'm I feel. Blessed to be a Christian. Politics is can be ugly hard. Were people say Nasty. Anything Harry Harry Truman. Famously said if you want a friend in Washington get a dog On every day every day people say horrible will things I guarantee you. You go on twitter right now. There are thousands of people blasting me insulting me. Cursing me out helps That's just the divided angry polity in which we today. And you're able to forgive but I will. I will say having a foundation. Faith in gives you an ability not to let that trouble you to stay focused on on what you're doing and what I believe in what I'm fighting with everything in my heart. I believe in the Constitution and bill of rights. I think protecting your free speech. My free speech. You're we're religious liberty my religious liberty to follow our fates and conscious and live them. I think that is profoundly important and so I try gotta stay focused on the job I've been giving and and what a privileges I gotTa tell Ya. I wake up every day astonished and thrilled to be in the arena to be able to be in a position to stand up and fight for principles that matter and make a difference in people's lives and so there's not a day that passes that I don't feel both humbled an immensely grateful for the opportunity to be fighting for principles that Senator I had a chance to interview Elissa Milano for Good Morning America a couple of months ago and she had some very positive things to say about you. You recently gently Matt with her Regarding gun control and gun reform and I think she said she met with you because she felt like you could do something about the situation that that she could do something about gun control but I know that you staunchly believed that we have the right to bear arms. Do you ever feel especially when squaring that with your faith or all double lives lost. All the fear is it worth it. I was very glad to sit back. Listen I appreciate it coming and being willing to visit that that all started it started where where she tweeted out she said off. Can someone tell me where in the Bible there is a god given right to go. I decided to respond substantively on the merits. And I said look you ask the real question that deserves. I would be treated seriously without the snark with twitter. of course the Bible has no references to a modern day viral but what the Bible has repeated references in the light to live on the right to liberty and and backed. What will win since you ask specifically for scriptural reference when it comes to self Defense Vance Exodus twenty two to says? The man entered Your House House that might seeking to do harm to you and your family and you take his life that it is not murdering self defense was not murder. Actually the next I though says if it's during the daytime in other words if it's not self defense than it is more and that right is of course. Dan reflected in the declaration of independence of our rights to life. Liberty and the pursuit of happiness which reflected in the Second Amendment with the Second Amendment is not about hunting target. Richard it is about the fundamental right. You and I in every one of us have to protect our families to protect our lives in and I ended up inviting US Salaam to sit back and look at a conversation. And let's live spurred. We had a ninety minute an hour and a half conversation about gun violence in the second and it was live streamed and and I hope and believe a lot of people saw and listen to it who would never watch on him and I think Republicans need to do a much better job not just preaching to the choir not just talking to to the slice of people who already agree on a particular issue but speaking to young people in Spanish and African Americans suburban women Sutherland Springs was stopped because an individual citizen Stephen Wilford a neighbor went in and grabbed his his own gun and they are fifty and he went down and engage with the shooter and stopped. The shooter ultimately stopped the shooter and Save People's lives. That's an example where Stephen Wilford having risked his life. Many more people would've been murdered but not only that. Let's take a look at the shooter because the facts there should make the shooter in Sutherland Springs. It was already doubly illegal for him. Enviro number one. He had a felony conviction. Federal law makes it illegal by firearm number two. He added domestic violence. So why is it that he was able to get this done. Well what happened. Is the Obama Administration. The Air Force never reported his convictions to the database. So he went in to buy guns. They ran a background Russia. But because the convictions weren't in the database he came up clean now grassley crews. I introduced twenty thirteen. My first year. In the Senate Grassley Bruce would have mandated a federal audit from the Department of Justice of every Federal Agency to make sure the felony convictions are inundated. But even more importantly we get directed the Department of Justice to prosecute felons and fugitives when they tried illegally by firearms. Right now J. doesn't prosecute most of them if Grassley cruised past they would have prosecuted that shooter when he tried to illegally biased firearm and he would have been in a prison cell rather than murdering those innocent people in that church and when it comes to gun violence by the way gun. Violence is horrific. And I've spent a lifetime but fighting to stop violent criminals to stop gun violence the author the Grassley crews legislation which would be much more effective to stop gun violence. 'cause there's two approaches. One approach is target violent L. Felons and fugitives and those with serious mental illness. Stop Them from getting firearms. Incarcerate them when they break the law that appropriate. But most shooters don't have criminal criminal. History do they senator. Most of these shooters don't have a criminal history. It take for example so I have been the shootings that have happened in Texas Texas. I have been there on the Santa Fe high schools forty five minutes from our house. I was there with an hour of that shooting had been with the victims families. I've been with the first responders Sutherland. Springs Church that the worst church shooting in in US history. I was there the day after the shooting. I stood in that sanctuary with with with blood and glass shattered every everywhere. You look and I can tell you by the way you look at Sutherland Springs. It illustrates a lot. That's what effective in stopping crimes. Targeting targeting the bad guy unfortunately what Democrats instead they focus on law abiding citizens and in part of the reason. Talking with the list. Milana was so valuable. This is is stop that if we actually talk to each other with respect and and not assuming the other side wants people to suffer then we may be able to find some common ground and solve solve problems together all right. I gotta run vote. I'm sorry but we're thirty. Second and on that that note the senator had to rush back to the Senate floor for yet another vote. We appreciate him taking the time to speak with US journeys faith and we appreciate you for the listen. I said if you haven't already subscribe to the podcast and make sure you get new episodes. As soon as they're released and let us know what you think with a rating and review journeys debate it's a production of ABC audio produced by Whitney Lloyd. Lewis Millman Layton Schneider and Suzy Lou. Thanks again for listening. I'm Paula Farris.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"Know. Christians and Jews. No, like, why don't why don't I know? And this person responded to me and said like, well, what if I told you that? It's it's unclear on purpose. You know, kind of inches ambiguity. Yeah. Exactly. And I was like why why would that be? And he said, well, maybe it's it's intentionally I'm vigorous because it doesn't matter. And it shouldn't matter like, there's no way for us to know. We don't in anywhere in our scripture. We don't sort of theorize about things that aren't a part of this life that we don't know everything is sort of practical about how to live in this life. So like, why would you expect some sort of explanation as to what happens after like what difference? Does it make to you? Because you're intentionally living in the moment. And in the present. Exactly. Okay. Exactly. And what I learned throughout this conversation. Like, really shifted. My thinking was two things one. I was asking the questions because I was living in a society where that was the question people are asking, right? I it was those questions were shaping me rather than and forming my expectations of my religion as opposed to the religion itself. Giving me an opportunity. To provide itself as a coherent system. So I was I was becoming biased by my surroundings. That's the point. This thing was that I took away from this conversation. An and I knew this at the time. I just couldn't sort of put the pieces together the sick tradition teaches that salvation is achieved within this life. And the idea is a I'll give it to us as one of our groups wrote it the fifth profit grew our Jim he says dodge Nacho macho monthly income Lottie. He says I don't care about power. I don't care about Raj. Muc the nutshell, I don't care about salvation monthly income. Letting all I want is to be in love. And love for us is the end goal and love is something you achieve within this life. I am loving learning. So much about the faith, and I really am. And that's what this whole journey is about it's about sitting down and listening to people not trying to change their mind. But just listening and learning, and I'm so glad that that you have been willing to come on the podcast and really talk about your beautiful faith, and what it means to you. The the general sense of sick was literally translates to learner I think like in that spirit. You know, I'm I'm with you like learning is is our way to access anymore light. So thank you for the same Raji things. Thank you so much. Thank you. Appreciate. And a big thanks to you for listening. Make sure you subscribe if you haven't done so already, and I hear that these ratings are really important. So if you could give us a rating at appreciate that as well. Big thanks to the team here at ABC radio. Couldn't do it without them Suzy Lou Lewis millman, Mike Dubovsky, Sean Griffin Riano Montalvo, Josh Cohen and Andrew couch. I'll talk to you all next week. Thanks for listening to journeys faith.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"Guilt. It's funny. I often ask my children that question like will sit around the table. And I said. I don't believe that Jewishness is an accident of birth. But I said to Mike is if you weren't born Jewish would you have chosen it, and it becomes a fascinating knowing what you know, I feel that I would have led myself back to this path regardless because I find it almost impossible to understand who I am outside the Jewish faith. It's it's the Jewish faith that defines my relationship with God. Which is so critical in vital to everything that I do. It's my Jewish faith at the fines, the contours of my marriage, and the fact that we had nine children and Judaism's emphasis on children. It's a large family. Thank god. And it's Judaism that defy more than anything else. Defines my value system. You know, the idea of repairing the world and with the focus and the emphasis being this world orientation as opposed to another world orientation. We Jews aren't trying that hard to get into heaven. We hope it will happen. Just because we may earn it. But but it's not our focus. Our focus really is we have to cure diseases world. We have to comfort the bereaved we have to prolong. Happy life, and you know, just do our best. So I I'm hoping that one way or another it would have I would have been led back to this path. Rabbi Shmuel task you got it ANC you for sharing with us your journey of faith. It's been a pleasure from plus. As always a big, thanks to you for listening. Make sure you're subscribed. We'd love it. If you gave us a rating a big thanks to the team at ABC radio Suzy, Lou Lewis millman, Mike Dubovsky joists, Alcantara brianna Montalvo, Josh Cohen, Andrew cow. I'll talk to you next week on journeys of faith. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash ABC. That's indeed dot com slash ABC.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"Purpose. That's the only way I know how to live my life. And you know, I I go and I play for a coach like coach K who a lot of people like to reward him or praise him for all the accolades that he's received through coaching. But the lessons I've learned from that man, and my parents, and some of the people that I've been lucky to bail my board throughout the process. It's all been about that. About what kind of person? Do. You wanna be do? I have flaws. Yes. Who have things I need to constantly work on. Yes. But I I want to spend my time here on this earth working on those things to influence other people to recognize that. Hey, if I'm Boehner, well, why shouldn't you be vulnerable to why can't we all be vulnerable together? Nobody's perfect. That's right. We all have to find that common denominator. There is power invulnerability. Strength. Jay, congratulations. I this for me has just been so inspiring to hear your story. And you've challenged me. I know you're gonna challenge a lot of a lot of other people and best of luck to you. Yeah. Right. Thank you. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of journeys of faith. We do want to encourage you that if you are in crisis to please call the national suicide prevention lifeline at one eight hundred two seven three talk or contact the crisis text line by texting talk to seven four one seven four one. Thank you so much for listening supporting this podcast, if you haven't done so already subscribe and give us a rating and a big thanks to the team at ABC radio Suzy, Lou Lewis millman, Mike divaesque, Joyce Alcantara. Tara, brianna Montalvo, Sean Griffin. Josh Cohen and Andrew cow. We'll see next week on journeys of faith. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash ABC. That's indeed dot com slash ABC.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"Talk. I get all my wisdom that Don all of my wisdom, everything that they say TED talks is true. Right. I'm gonna go with that. It's those basic things, and it's the basic things that guide me through my days now, right? Like, I have I literally have to things that get me through my days as a journalist and bring this to every story one. Is that everyone I talked to I will treat your story in the same way that I would want mine treat it, and I'm someone who's had a lot of assumptions made about her. I never wanna put those assumptions on anyone else. That's number one. And the second thing is that all children are my children. It doesn't matter where you come from. It doesn't matter the way you look or the faith you practice or what you had to eat that day your life circumstances. You get the benefit of the doubt every single time. And I feel like if you keep things simple, and you just keep going back to the things that are important to you. Hopefully, you can't do wrong in closing. If I were to ask you where do you think you'd be without your faith? How would you answer that? I don't think I would be as hopeful as I am. And I think. Hope is a hard thing. Sometimes it's a lot easier to kind of be dismissive and be cynical and not care pretend. Like, you don't care that actually doesn't require that much energy. But it takes a lot you have to dig really deep from inside of you to put love out and to put hope out and to believe deep down that things are gonna get better. And that you can play some small role in making them better. I think you're playing a large role. Thank you. I try I try, but I think my faith is a part of that a lot of it is is the love that. I get from my husband from my parents from my kids for my sister bad as a huge part of it. But my faith is a part of it too. I'm not it's been such a pleasure. Annoyed that you made me cry. None of us. I I know I didn't even have any tissues the studio, and I was looking around and I thought about offering my sleeve, but then that how weird that would be tact. But I would've taken it posted it on. Right. As always we want to. Thank you so much for listening and subscribe, if you haven't done so ready next week's guest is former NBA star and Duke festival legend, Jay Williams and a big, thanks. If a team here at ABC radio Suzy, Lou Joyce, Alcan Tara, Riano Montalvo Lewis millman, Mike Doba sqi gosh. Cohen and Adra cowb-. We'll see you next week. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes? Set up screener questions then zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash ABC. That's indeed dot com slash ABC.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"It? It would have to be the bankruptcy. I may even have to be going through losing everything because everything was so low at that point my poor wife thought, she married, sir. Galahad turns out it was Guber. So I mean, she she's often laugh to said I would left, but we didn't have a car and things were that bad almost put up. I mean, we really were about to kill each other. But she's from hills of Tennessee frying pan throwing there's an Olympic event. So I mean, we were at each other. But it you know, again. We just held on in gripped through the storm, and that was faith all joking aside and all on one liners aside. But then five years later all those scars rose to the surface, and we spent some time with the marriage counselor. But it took that long to just get to where we could breathe and eat. And then by the time, we relaxed a little bit. We went. You're not really remember. How mad I wasn't you. And a man again now, so. It was it's been a journey. It's a process, but the that's that's probably our largest defining moment where we were were. I was the most scared the most faithless of the what were you scared of eating taking care of my babies and providing from simply putting food on the table was a struggle. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we didn't have any money when you're on my two hundred thousand the next year, I made six thousand taxable income so spent the whole year selling everything trying to pay off all the debt because there were crashing in on us. And I was trying to do the right thing. But you know, the lights are getting cut off the water is getting cut off the roof is leaking. And I mean, we didn't go without a meal, but it was close. I mean, we were having. We're scared. We know where he was going to come from when they're when they cut the lights off. It's that's a big deal. You know, when I take the when they don't just cut the water off, but they take the meter out. So you can't reconnect at yourself if they take the meter. Absolutely. And the lights were off for how long. They never at the same time because I managed to keep one of them back or forth, but either had or water. Yeah. I mean, it wasn't it wasn't weeks or something like that. But there were taste that that that we were there. That's right where we were Gary, and you still felt God in in the midst of that intermittently. I went from sheer terror sheer exhilaration every day, you know, highs and lows where do you think you like you said, you became a believer in your twenties? If you had answer this question, where do you think you'd be without your faith? How would you answer that? Sad. Why? Because I think I would have caught what I was chasing. And what were you chasing, wealth and fame? And I think I would have caught that. And it would have been, you know, set dog chasing the car catches it. What's he gonna do with it drop? What do I do? What do I do with it? And I got there, and I would have arrived. I wanna went this just didn't do it. If you eat enough, lobster tastes like soap. I mean, you there's not enough. There's not that lobster could ever taste like so enough of it. Not if you drench it in butter now, the butter the butter, I'm with you. But there there's not enough cars or enough houses. And we all know this, you know, as an intellectual exercise, no one will ever say money will make you happy, but a whole bunch of people act like it's going to everybody does. And and I was I was the chief among them. And the the irony is is that I have a whole bunch of money now, it's irrelevant. All I am as a manager. Now, I just manage money for God. And so I don't I don't really feel any different other than I'm not scared about the water being cut off. But I mean, it's I don't have any, you know, I don't have any like somehow got a different superpower that I didn't have or something. It's just I've got some more stuff to do. You know? Multimillion dollar empire. You just said I manage money for God. So you don't even view it as your money, which not. About if you believe what I believe evangelical. I'm a steward. I'm a manager. And so and that's not the tie the ten percent. That's the whole thing and in the power or the notoriety or the fame or whatever you wanna call this. That's landed on us as well. With fifteen million listeners a week. You know that there's a lot of power in that too. But that power is not mine. It'd be really careful how use that. Because not mine and be careful I use that money because it's not mine where it comes from. And so I'm supposed to use it this way, you may do that. Okay. You to do that. The irony is a whole bunch of people think of that I'm supposed to give it all away. Which if I am that he needs to tell me, but I'm not gonna listen to you. You don't get to tell me that. Because you're not got how do you determine how much you tie, and how much she gift to the church is that that's a personal decision. I'll give a tenth of my income, my gross before taxes. Yeah. And one year one much, but. I've done it every year and. Dollars a year. And I've heard people say if you tie, the, you know, the God will prosper you not always I'm proof of that. But over time he has, but I don't do it for that reason obviously that's a baseline for generosity. And then everything above that is just offerings. And that's just way of a family foundation that we dump a percentage of our income beyond the tie into every year that we're able to give a good deal of money to through. My oldest daughter manages that. She's the ministry minded of my three kids and a very very good at it. And so we find ministries that we feel like God is leading us to help with that. And we we are giving through that mechanism. But that way, we can be wise managers in wise, donors, not just impulsive and emotional, although we sometimes do something impulsive emotional things. But we think that's God when we do. That's all part of being human. And then realizing your mistake. Give me a word to describe your faith. No, a word or two view. I don't it's it's. It had to be a paragraph. But I mean, I it is the center I've who I am. And so it's it's how make all my decisions. It's how I what I measure behaviors against mine and others. And so it's all encompassing in that regard. But it's not necessarily. But hopefully, it's not almost sleeve to where it's off putting it is for some folks. But I get that. I get the Twitter mentioned check Twitter ever. Yeah. Under stay off of it. But I mean, it's it's it's pretty much devolve down in the trolls now, but the, but the, but I mean, there's I get that. If the pre Christ Dave would have listened to this radio show, he might have been off. But by I get it done. What do you want people to say about you? I don't think it matters. He was the best grandpa ever. God to say about you. Same thing. Whatever I do. I do what open. That's for. Sure. I don't do anything halfway. And even when I'm wrong. I am colossally wrong. And so that's probably a little end up on my team stone. Even if it's against my preference. But lastly wrong. Yeah. No, just wide. Open to speeds, asleep and wide open. Not a bad way. All right. It's been a pleasure. And I just need some African nation that you're going to go through my finances and make sure we're doing everything right out a personal consultation here on the road. Thank you. Borrow your studios, by the way, I want to have you on the podcast. And can I borrow your studio? Oh, good. I'm glad thanks for coming by. Thank you. That's another episode of journeys of faith in the books. Thank you so much for listening. And if you haven't subscribed, we encourage you to do so and give us a rating, if there's someone that you want on the podcast, all you have to do is tweet me at Paula Farris, next week's guest is PBS anchor. I'm not Nevada. And I'd be remiss if I didn't send a big thanks to the team here at ABC radio Suzy, Lou Joyce, Alcantara brianna Montalvo Lewis millman, Mike Dubovsky, Josh Cohen and Andrew cow. We'll see next week on journeys of faith. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash ABC. That's indeed dot com slash ABC.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"To mind knowledge. He's for the last two years. He's reading everyday and he's been going through thick. It's Jeremiah's study book and talks was family about it. In the way, we talk with his family educates me more on it. And I just I I love talking to him about. I can ask him anything about the bible. He knows in your boys. Also, see their dad doing this. Yes. My son Mason, I have to say I had a really proud parent win recently went he just started tackle football. And it was going to be practice on Wednesday nights. And he just started last year because he started middle school after he just started impact, which is our youth group at our church, and he was one of the only boys we're only maybe five or six kids going as far as I know. And he decide he's gonna bring his best friend, and he's gonna bring his other best friend, and there's gonna bring the neighbor boy. And then he's never another friend. We ended up having so many kids by the end of the school year that he wanted to break that wanted to go to impact with him that we had Dr two cars because our giant XL. Denali you. Wouldn't fit everybody. So we have to drive to cars there and back, and you know, in a lot of the parents were like, well, he can go as long as someone else drives kind of thing. But you know, it was really my son was you know, kind of bringing everybody to Christ which was really nice like evangelist. Yeah. Yes. And actually, I pretty proud of the fact that I got to bring I got to bring to new friends to study last year, which was really fun, and they're sticking it out and they're loving it. So really call to them. But but Mason when I told him that he was going to tackle football. He wasn't able to do impact this year or he would have to decide. Really he I mean the look on his face. I thought he'd be like, oh, well too bad. Tackle football's. Boy, I've been waiting my whole life to play. And he was just like his face were so perplexed. And I was so proud of that moment that he was like because I think my younger self would never be like yet church over dance, or whatever I was passionate about which was only danced. You know? I think he he was like, yeah. I can can I do. You both can I leave early from football and go late to impact or you know. And then we heard that football games might be on Sunday which so devastated to hear because we were like sorry. You're not you're not playing in those games. You know? I mean, maybe we can go to church that has a leader service. But we're going to church on Sunday. And that's what we do. And my kids don't argue with it. When I was a kid. I remember pretending to sleep late on Sunday. 'cause I was like I don't want to go to church. Yeah. It was a drag their like up ready brush their hair. Okay. Here we go to church you do doing something. I'm like, I can't even believe that they are. But we've just made it a habit. We go to church on Sunday. And it's not an argument. It's not it's not there's not a question. You just let's just go. And then afterwards, we'll have a lovely brunch. With some friends, and we were looking up to bring a family with us to church last year. So we've really been like rallying a group of Christians around us. Those bin wonderful supporting Neo just feels you know, like I said, if if you loved and you'd be like, you're sharing that love and you're getting that, you know. That that inner warmth that only comes from the Holy Spirit. You know, it's been such a pleasure to talk to you. And we're so excited to see you and your next Netflix project. So yeah, and go get the Gaza dead box. It this has been so great. They us to your beautiful harming well. And maybe you should answer the phone now. Oh, yeah. Whoever was trying to reach. You can call them back home phone. Those are not that's that's the number. I put down when I don't want to be able to be called. This is our final episode of the season. I want to thank you so much for your support for subscribing and just for listening to the first season of journeys of faith. We're going to be back a little bit later this year. And in the meantime, if there's anyone that you want to hear on season to make sure you let me know, you can leave a comment or tweet your suggestion with the hashtag journeys of faith. You can tweet me directly. Thanks again to the team at ABC radio. Susan Lou Lewis millman, Mike Dubovsky. Josh Cohen, Andrew Cal. And Steve Jones. I'm Paula Farris. And I'll talk to you soon. Thanks again for your support.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"Faith. If our lasting nice choice. That's great certainty. Okay. Yeah. That's certainty with it absolute certainty. Yeah. That's a beautiful thing. Can you put a good word in with Donald? Maybe he would come on the podcast talk about faith. Well, I can put in a good word with my daughter. She gets used to talk to daddy. A message for you. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. That wouldn't that be beautiful? Great. It's in their leaving. Everyone has a unique journey, and I'm so glad to have this platform to be able Shire -solutely, Honey, I'm so happy. You have this platform ABC's giving you this platform Ivindo neon radio for for years. I took a break for about four years. And and I think it's important to give a voice to people's fate. It's just gonna help all of us. Moore's to listen to mitt spend such a blessing to have you in the studio, and you just radiate joy and positivity. And thank you sweetheart, those men who are single and ready to Mingo. Finder on the subway or in central park. Thanks. And as we wrap up this episode. I do want to mention that the national sexual assault hotline is free. It's confidential and available twenty four hours a day seven days a week. So if you need help make sure you call them at one eight hundred six five six hope. Next week on journeys of faith, Sherri, shepherds journey has been anything. But typical when he looked at me when I was like, you know, what you he says you have Jesus in your life. And I was like this. And I was like Jesus, but she says God doesn't make mistakes. Thank you for listening to journeys of faith. If you like this don't forget to subscribe and give us a rating and make sure to come back next Wednesday for our latest episode. And if you think there's someone that we should have on the podcast, let me know tweet me at hall affairs and a big thanks to the team at ABC radio Suzy Lou Mike divaesque Lewis millman. Josh Han, Andrew Cal. And Steve Jones. I'll talk to you next week. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash ABC. That's indeed dot com slash ABC.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"Dr near Muslim would say about both of us. Right. You you've had a chance to recognize that Islam is the one true faith, right? And at the Koran is perfect. You this has been this has been sufficiently advertised to you, and you have rejected this, and you're gonna go to hell because of it. Right. This is what most Muslims who really are Muslims have to believe because that is the doctrine now, you are going to end this podcast, go about our day and not spend a minute worrying about that. Right. Not a minute. That is exactly how I think everyone should feel about every one of these religions, including Christianity and nothing important is lost. You can still have unconditional love as your highest ideal. You can still be on the mystery of existence. You can still be interested in learning all that you can learn and realizing that there's a fundamental mystery at the back of everything you can find it to be a corrective to. All of the all the all the sin. You find in yourself. Right. All the all the ways in which you missed the Mark all the ways in which you're you're you can be a bad parent or bad friend or bad friend to yourself amid all I'm arguing for is. We use the best tools in the best conversations in the past ideas. We have and if some of those come from Christianity, great, if some of those come from Islam great. But again, we don't have to be attached to religious provincialism much less tribalism to to devalue that right? This has been so enlightening. And it's challenged me. I hope it has challenged is going to talent everyone else that that listens to. I think it's important to have these conversations outside of our own bubble. And to at the end of the day, we are all on our own journey to to figure out why it is. We believe what we believe. And I just want to thank you for for. Pushing me and challenging me. Well, it's been a pleasure. Thank you Sam. I appreciate it. You've been a good sport. Thank you so much next week on journeys of faith, converted to Islam by Catholic priests. That's what I'm trying to say. We'll talk to religious scholar and Muslim resume ostlund about the twists and turns that led him to where he is today. Thank you for listening to journeys of faith. If you like this don't forget to subscribe and give us a rating and make sure to come back next Wednesday for our latest episode. And if you think there's someone that we should have on the podcast. Let me know tweet me at Paula Farris and a big thanks to the team at ABC radio Suzy Lou Mike devas, Cathy Lewis millman. Josh Han, Andrew couch and Steve Jones. I'll talk to you next week. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash ABC. That's indeed dot com slash ABC.

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"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lewis millman" Discussed on Start Here

"And one last thing wait say the name for me one more time. I think we're going with PayLess pay less. Tend to separate your clothes in the quality stuff and the cheap stuff. Right. There's the clothes that aren't fancied. They just get the job done. And then there's the high quality brands, but ABC's Kenneth Whitworth has been asking how much of that is about quality. Really? And how much is just France magin this, right? You are a Hollywood fashion influence or and you get invited to this. Hot new launch of PayLess shoes. This happened in Santa Monica, California at a former or money. Shop new shoes are being shown off and people are shelling out. Hundreds one guy says you can tell these are made of high quality material and other woman, even says, oh, yeah. I would've paid more for this. I would've paid four hundred dollars for these shoes. Well, then these bloggers and instant influencers get told, bro. We built a fake luxury store in Los Angeles and filled it with PayLess shoes shoes from PayLess guests that our grand opening party had no idea there elegant sophisticated I still classy Kayla. They go for. Well, it's in the name more when you can pay less between twenty forty dollars. Payless had created a fake shop and just added a syllable pay lessee, they called it a social experiment. I'll call it what it is an advertisement. But it worked. I'm talking about it, and I'm never reading a fashion blog again. Kidding? I wasn't actually reading many fashioned blocked before. But I now. No, I'm not going over fifty bucks to improve my Luke. Okay. That's not gonna happen start. Here is produced by David Rhind. Josh Cohen Kelly. Tarez Tara gamble. Made you Laszlo Toth and Lauren Ephron. Thanks to eight villas Jason Potts Maria. Kim Elizabeth Russo. Jeff, it's Gerald especial. Thanks this week to Layton Schneider Lewis millman and Devon Dwyer along with our winners Irish team also to our partner amplifying media are executive producer. Steve Jones, Andrew Cal. I'm Brad milkey Monday. Hey, I'm Dan Harris from ABC news, and I have a podcast, and you listen to it. It's called ten percent, happier. It's all about how to stay sane in. Our increasingly insane world talked to everybody from the Dalai Lama science bulletin for human to rupaul you have to explore this life. It's fun. Interesting may even change your life. You can listen to it for free on apple podcasts or on your favorite podcast app.

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