35 Burst results for "Lori"

Florida Governor Sends Migrants to Martha's Vineyard

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | 2 weeks ago

Florida Governor Sends Migrants to Martha's Vineyard

"It started out a few weeks, a few months ago. As governor Abbott says, I'm going to take some busloads of migrants and send them to muriel Bowser's front doorstep there in D.C. to Eric Adams in New York that went well. And then to Lori Lightfoot's neighborhood in Chicago, where she promptly schlepped them over into conservative suburbs with Republican mayors. Cry more, cry more. And then Ron DeSantis, I guess day before yesterday, came up with the idea in Florida that says, let's have areas right there on screen and Salem news channel. Watch the entire proceeding zero in the Salem news channel. Let's take some migrants and let's send them to Martha's Vineyard. And then I can imagine governor Abbott there, the governor's mansion in Austin saying, hold my beer, I am now going to send a couple of bus loads to observatory circle in Washington, two Kamala Harris house. Now, this is an important distinction. I have often said, you remember when they were protesting at Brett Kavanaugh's house where they were protesting at Amy Coney Barrett's house, Supreme Court Justices, et cetera. And whether it's a national issue or a local issue, I am the guy who's always said in terms of protest, stay away from people's homes. Go to their offices, their workplaces, stay away from people's private homes. Ha ha. They're in lies the meaningful adjective because observatory circle is not a private home. That's

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Gov. DeSantis Sends Planes With Migrants to Martha's Vineyard

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gov. DeSantis Sends Planes With Migrants to Martha's Vineyard

"Florida governor Ron DeSantis sent two planes of illegals to Martha's Vineyard yesterday. Making good on his promise to send illegals to progressive, welcoming states. That our sanctuary areas sanctuary said, come on in. And yet Lori Lightfoot bitterly denouncing governor desantis as unchristian, I'm sure Kamala Harris is going to have a thing to say. I want to show cackle about a couple of hundred illegals from Venezuela, Uruguay, Colombia, and Mexico dropped in her front yard. By the Texas governor.

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Is Transporting Illegals Into the Suburbs

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Is Transporting Illegals Into the Suburbs

"Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, has been busing a lot of the illegal alien invaders to Washington, D.C., New York City, and now Chicago. Mayor Lori Lightfoot who is the lesbian mayor, by the way. It's very important. You know, she wants you to know that. And so we're happy to oblige. The lesbian mayor of Chicago is very upset because about 300 illegals have been dumped off in Chicago. And she says it's not fair. It's racist. Just whatever. But now, apparently, Chicago is busing the illegals to the suburbs, and now one of these suburban mayors in burr ridge has a burr under her saddle because she says, wait a second. Why are you guys dumping all the illegals here? Folks, this is brilliant. And all I can say to the governor of Texas and Arizona, you guys keep ordering more buses, fill them up with gas and keep sending these illegals to parts unknown. That's going to make all the difference in the world. And the point is very simple. If the people of the state of Texas have to suffer, then so should the people of Chicago and New York and Washington D.C. and San Francisco and Los Angeles. I want to go

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Charlie Unpacks the Great COVID Pivot

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Unpacks the Great COVID Pivot

"We're getting a lot of questions about how the big COVID rewind is happening COVID pivot. Isaac from North Dakota has a question. Charlie, how are they going to get away with this? We can't allow them to get away with it. They're running the hills. They are afraid. They're afraid of potential Nuremberg trials. They're afraid of accountability. This is Kareem Jean Pierre, just flat out lying. About this play cut one O four. Let's step back to where we were not too long ago when this president walked into this administration. How mismanaged the pandemic, the response to the pandemic was. How 47% of schools were in less than 6 months, our schools went from 46% to open to nearly all of them being open to full-time. That was the work of this president. The lies, the deceit, the lord will not honor this amount of treachery. So Korean Jean Pierre said 46% of all schools were closed. People might not remember because this is the strategy of the gaslighters and of the mockingbird media. But in August of 2020, I remember it 'cause I was there. Donald Trump did press conference after press conference with Betsy devos and with all the people around him defying Anthony Fauci saying that schools needed to be open in the fall of 2020. And then he was called a super spreader, a mass murderer, Gavin Newsom, and Gretchen Whitmer, and Lori Lightfoot, and Bill de Blasio. They all resisted it. CNBC dot com, July 30th. I remember this because I was there. Amanda's Orwell just pop out because it feels as if you watch these clips and without, I don't know, the Internet Archive, you feel as if you're losing your mind.

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot: 'We Welcome Texans to Chicago'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | Last month

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot: 'We Welcome Texans to Chicago'

"Lori Lightfoot, the mayor of Chicago where people are gunned down and shot in the highest gun control city in the United States blaming Abbott for racism for moving these people the same way President Biden's done for months. Texas, obviously, if none of these migrants were sent anywhere else would have to bear all the bread of this themselves are these migrants better off going to places like Chicago, welcoming cities to get cared for. Well, I think alderman reboots kind of alluded to this. I'm happy to take and drain Texas of all of its residents. I wouldn't want to live in a state with a governor like that. I certainly want to want to live in a state where they are doing everything they can to strip people of their basic rights and let's not forget about what they've done to women and others who are seeking reproductive healthcare. So we welcome Texans to Chicago. And we'll rent a buses next time. To bring them here. That is a great idea. Mayor lightfoot, why don't you start sending the buses down, let them load them up, let you pay the bill for them moving these illegal aliens from Texas to Chicago. And by the way, maybe mayor of New York and the mayor of D.C. will do the same things because they're just getting a small portion of the millions of illegals that have come across the border during the time that President Biden has been claiming that the border is secure. His Homeland Security chief my York is claiming the border is secure. And yet 2 million people coming across and being schlepped around the country by the Biden administration and now they're protesting when a few thousand are taken to Chicago, taken to New York and taken to Washington D.C.. She

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Texas buses 75 migrants to Chicago in political battle

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Texas buses 75 migrants to Chicago in political battle

"75 immigrants bust from Texas by governor Greg Abbott are now in Chicago Abbott has also bust immigrants to New York in Washington D.C. cities with democratic mayors in Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot welcomed the 75 most of them from Venezuela She says the governor of Texas is manufacturing a crisis With these continued political stunts governor Abbott has confirmed what unfortunately many of us had already known That he is a man without any morals humanity or shame One of the immigrants spoke to WLS TV The worst kind of people in the world and we don't understand why but that's the way that they consider us They will be getting help trying to connect with family elsewhere or settle in Chicago I'm Ed Donahue

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Tom Weiskopf, major champion and golf course architect, dies

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Tom Weiskopf, major champion and golf course architect, dies

"Tom weiskopf posted 16 wins on the PGA Tour his one major the 1973 British open championship weisskopf who was also known for the majors he did not win had four runner up finishes at the masters the most of any player without a green jacket His major competition Jack Nicklaus who cast an enormous shadow over Wisconsin for his entire career Lori weiskopf says her husband died of pancreatic cancer after being diagnosed in December of 2020 I'm Shelley Adler

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Learning The Voice Of The Lord - burst 1

Live Behind The Veil

12:14 min | Last month

Learning The Voice Of The Lord - burst 1

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. Hello, everyone. I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast will be focusing on learning the voice of the lord. We must wait before him and have our spiritual ears train to hear that still small voice. There's this thing called head knowledge. Where you can have a head knowledge of the scriptures and you can acknowledge in your mind and believe in your mind but have no experience. Yeah. Exactly. With the word at all, and it's crucial to have experiential knowledge with his word because that's what works at in your heart and in your spirit. Otherwise, you know, it's not real. It's not a lie. And so, you know, you ask the question, how are we able to hear the voice of the lord? The ear that hears is the ear of the servant. The love slave. The man who humbles himself before the lord. Those are the folks that actually hear what God has to say. And he says my sheep know my voice. You can tell it so obvious when somebody's speaking is that the lord speaking or is it just somebody talking? It's probably one of the hardest things to teach because it's an individual experience. You know, honestly, you get somebody that praise for you to have ears to hear. That really is where it comes from because none of us are here except that somebody prayed for us. Right. Jesus said that my sheep hear my voice and they follow me, a stranger they will not follow and is that there's something innate when you open up your heart and accept the lord. Yeah, that's an important key what you're saying Laurie because hearing the voice of the lord is based upon a relationship. Right. And you were talking earlier about head knowledge. Yeah, you can know that Bible from one end to the other. The whole bit, but unless you have a relationship with the scriptures, it's never going to mean anything to you. Right. I think one of the things that kicks off a true relationship is Salvation. Because he can yell at you all day long, but when you turn around and you say, I open my heart to your lord, that's the beginning of a relationship. And I think that's where the voice of the lord, as we learn it over our growing in that, that it starts with you speaking back because he's been speaking for a long time. You just weren't listening. Right. When you answer, here I am, lord. What Samuel say? Would Eli teach Samuel to do? Here am I. Here am I. That to me is a place of beginning. What I love is that the actually the voice of the lord can come and appear in many forms and in many applications. You know, I mean, the worst case you have is balaam, right? The donkey. We'll say the donkey talk with him. That was the voice of the lord. But your circumstances can talk to you as we are talking, you know, and the lord speaks through a vessel that's like, I know that voice. I don't care who's talking. I know that's the lord coming through. Here's the question, what are some safeguards? We are believing that like Jesus, we actually must hear from God. Right. There is a natural response of skepticism when someone says God spoke to me. Yeah. I love it. Do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God. And that's first John or one. And some of the safeguards here are humility, authority, submission, witness, confirmation and covering. Regardless of how much God reveals to you, even if you could write a whole new Bible, you still must submit it to those who are over you in the lord. There has to be confirmation. Right. Right. And we're learning that we have confirmation with each other. That we can trust in each other if they're looking for it. Because some people don't don't try and look for it. They just, I just want to hear the voice of the lord. And then they run with it. They just go on from there and say, that's a voice of the lord. Without confirmation without anything. So yeah, you're right. There's a couple of other things about the voice of the lord. There is a couple of keys in the scriptures that help us fine tune our hearing God speak to us, Romans 8, verse one. There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Right. If you're listening to somebody speaking, there's something just not right, and you, you feel a condemnation, that's not from the lord. The accuser of the brethren, a rat poison, 99 and 4400 percent pure, there again, you develop an ear for that. Yeah. God not going to come and accuse you of anything. He's going to come to you and he's going to say, come up higher. Yeah. He'll say, I've made a provision for you called grace. I'm going to teach you I chase in every son whom I received. And that is hugely positive. If you hear a voice telling you that a chastening is a bad thing, that's not God. Yeah. That's right. So you're saying it was a good thing because it's what God puts you through by his hand to make you a son. And God has been speaking to you. Since the dawn of your conception. All she wants to do is bring you into his family. Yeah. And listen carefully to what that voice says and Ron and I were talking about this the other day. I flat out asking misses Ron what voice is used when God speaks to you, and he says, my own, I laughed, I said, there's nothing wrong with that. God uses your voice to talk to you so you'll listen and understand. But that's true. Many times, as we are one on one with God, he's using your voice. What did Jesus do his entire ministry? He did what he saw the father do, and he spoke what he heard the father say. That is the revelation of the father. Where does the father speak? Samuel classic example, Samuel. Four times before he understood what he was supposed to do. And then you have people like Elijah, who lived in the presence of the lord, I am sure they communed quite a bit. You know if you're in his presence, at least you're listening. You may not have a lot of questions. Because in his presence, there's no nothing amiss, if you will, it's peaceful, it's really calm, it's wonderful, place to be. I recommend it. I really do. But we used to talk about practice the presence of the lord. Yes. If you hear the voice of the lord and your response, he will give you the confirmation or he will show you what he's doing. But when you hear what he's saying and you act upon it, what you're talking about earlier, Lori, it's that action upon his word that were Dale's talking about where he will talk to you again. You create that relationship, you build it up. By listening and acting upon what he speaks. Right. This is critical though, what you're saying. This waiting on God and tying it into learning his voice before you will understand on how to wait on him. I really believe that God may 1st put you through some very deep afflictions. And difficult dealings basically drives you into him. Yeah. Out of those deep dealings though, you get this motivation to seek his face and to hear what he has to say. So it's very critical, semantics work, your relationships, and having it confirmed and that's the only way to have a 100%, you know, you're on the right track with the lord. And hearing this and walking with him. One of the things that always struck me was it seemed like Christ spent a lot of time in prayer. There was a term that I've heard for a number of years now. And that's the prayer of listening. I really think that Christ spent a lot of time doing that. His prayer was a prayer of listening. I think that is, that's something that we develop in a relationship. Yes. We learned to be quiet, saddle our mind, take control of our spirit, end listen. Lord said be skill and know that I am God. Today we've heard that it is crucial that we have experiences with the lord in the scriptures and not just a bunch of head knowledge. This is the experiences with him as the word of God that opens up a deep relationship with him to truly hear his voice. The lord is speaking to each one of us, are we listening? Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind a veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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When We Pray Together - burst 1

Live Behind The Veil

08:37 min | 2 months ago

When We Pray Together - burst 1

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Confess your sins to one another and pray for one another so that you may be healed. The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much. Hi, I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast, we will talk about what happens when we pray together. Just what does it mean to confess our sins one into another? But there's this battle that's ongoing, right? We have the fiery darts of the enemy that are attacking us and stuff. So we have something that can help us with our with our mind. Where you go, okay, you know, something gets into your mind and you go through it and it becomes an obsession. How can you keep that from happening? You're set your heart set. You're giving Thanksgiving to the lord, boy. But this one thing just comes in like a fiery dart just eats at you and eats at you. And there's this whole thing of the helmet of Salvation, right? Of the hope of Salvation. That the peace of God would surpass all comprehension shall guard your hearts and your minds in the peace of God, hey, Lori, I got a question for you in that because I hear what you're saying. And I'm just throwing this as a question out to the group. When you get in that place like you're talking about whether something, whether it's a problem or it's obsessed. Yes. Where your mind just will not let you sleep, you can't, you can't shrug it. You can't throw it off. It's just there. And bug in the living heck out of you. Because I've tried different things and I can't see I've been very successful with that. That's the point where you call for help for your brothers and sisters. Like I said, I've tried to do it as an individual. You get up at night, your brain just keeps you up in your 3 o'clock in the morning. You finally go, you know what? This is flipping crazy. I can't sleep. My mind won't shut off about whatever problem it is. So I get up, you know, I get in the word, or I go worship, pray and tongs, does it help? Yeah, it helps a little. But it doesn't. It doesn't get that fiery dart or what that thing out of your brain. So it's true. That's true. Do you reach into the relationships your brothers and sisters, those that are close to you and say, hey, look, you know, I'm not trying to lay something on you, but help me with this because this thing is eating my lunch, but for a better word, you know? I totally agree with you, rod. You kiss can't overcome it. And you're not meant to you're meant to draw on that people around you. So all call someone and talk to them about it and say, I can't get over this, then we'll just pray together and then it tends to have left. Right with that, you don't have to be specific. God knows what you're going through. And you just talk to someone and say, man, I've got this thing going on. Can you pray with me about it? Yeah. That is honestly the act of submission because you're opening your heart. Once you give a specific, then that puts a seed in somebody else's brain and then their brain starts running with that seed. And you've just imparted to them your problem. They don't need or their opinion. Now they've got an opinion about it or whatever. Correct. That's true. You just created something that you didn't want. So you just say, please. I've got this issue, pray with me about it. Right. And then let it go because that's where the freedom comes from. God knows everything. Good, bad, ugly, indifferent. Doesn't matter. He knows everything in relation to what you're going through. And the power of prayer is so much more than most people realize, in that because it's the body ministry. It's the body feeding itself. It's the body holding one another up. And like Debbie saying, you can not do it alone. You know, Alan, this fits right in because if you talk to somebody about your problems or what you're going through, it puts in a weight on them. And it's hard for them to get over that without having some sort of an opinion. If you tell somebody, well, I just have this thing going on. I don't want to talk to about it, but I just want you to pray with me. It's kind of again trusting the lord. Again, it's that same spirit of Thanksgiving and trust in going lord, you know what's going on here. I'm not going to lay a burden on my brother or sister about this, but I do need help. We know that God moves through human beings. And so as when you start drawing upon the body of Christ, if they can just pray with you without knowing the problem, it's probably more effective than knowing the problem. Right. Because it gets their minds out of it. Thigh kingdom come, thy will be done, has nothing to do with what I think about whatever it is you're going through. It doesn't matter. In everything by prayer and supplication with Thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God and the peace of God which passeth all understanding shall keep your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. So what he's saying here is, if we have our minds set on the lord and it tells you in the word to think of these things that are lovely and of good report and a virtue so that you don't get captured by those things that snare you. And then there's a verse in Isaiah as well that says that will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee because he trusted in thee. Many of the times when we reach out to one another, we're asking for intercession to in a few ask for prayer the old terminology while tell me what's bothering you so I know what to pray about. Not the old way of doing things. It doesn't work in this day and age. And when we're in receding for one another, we don't need to know what the problem is. I think it's coming to the point where we have to really recognize what's happening. God is looking to create us. Giving ourselves to, to being created and cutting off the negative, but lord show me who this person is. That's who I'm holding in your up to you, lord, and intercession. This is a son. This is one of your chosen ones. This person trusts you. You become a co creator. Well, everyone. On this podcast we've learned that we are not always able to overcome everything by ourselves. When we have issues of circumstances that we can not overcome, we should call on those who will pray with us to see the victory come forth in our lives. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is a life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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"lori" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"lori" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"There's all kinds of strategies for nurturing a prospect along the way. And some of it can just involve you don't have to be in person to build a relationship with somebody. No, and it's interesting, you know, the pandemic has actually provided yet another way to connect. I think that we're going to be in the zoom thing forever at some level because it's so convenient. So correct. Well, I think sitting across the table from somebody or sitting in somebody's office or whatever is wonderful. A lot of times it's just not possible, but I've gotten on many Zoom calls where I would never have been able to get into that person's office. And it's really, really nice. There's like a level of intimacy that is different and you're very present, but the other thing I want to say in terms of, I agree about the email, I think, text with donors used obviously, you have to kind of know the person you have to be careful about that. Totally. You want to know how they want to communicate. It doesn't matter how I want to communicate. It's about how they want to communicate. But what I find been, I would say younger people and not just younger, is that people become fearful of just picking up the phone and calling. And my boss and I are both firm believers that you just pick up the phone and call sometimes. And if they can't answer, they can't answer, then follow up with a email say, try to reach you, blah, blah, blah. But you know, sometimes it's nice because it shows a level of personal care. Yes, I think I totally agree with that. I think that's actually truest bosses in their staff as well, actually. So we talk about what it takes to be good at it. Let's actually talk about what not being good at it looks like, or screwing it up. And I want to talk about this part. The reason I want to talk about this is sort of to give everybody permission to sort of make mistakes and fail forward. Because this is not a, this is not a science as an art. And I opened by talking about telling really telling a perspective donor he should give to the organization. I would never make that mistake again. It was so awful. And so I just wonder, I shared natural your turn, Lori. Tell me, tell me a mistake. Or you can categorize the kinds of mistakes. If you have too long a list, we could make it into a partner also, Lori. So I think I'm going to categorize into two groups. One is sloppy mistakes, of which I've made plenty.

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Caller: Let's Vote For the Worst Mayor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Caller: Let's Vote For the Worst Mayor

"The left is trying to take control of everything. I mean, I don't know which city is worse Chicago or Oakland. I mean, we can have a vote for who is the worst mayor of Mary Lori Lightfoot's or mayor Lyndon breed. I mean, all these mayors are just ruining this country from gun control to homicide. I mean, I understand that you have all these shooting and what happened. I'm not trying to downplay it or anything like that. And in fact, I should go to prison or death penalty for the rest of his life. But how are we downplaying the 60 plus shootings in Chicago and the 18 people murdered in Chicago? How are we downplaying the more than 15 people murdered over the holiday weekend in Oakland? And all the black on black crime in the shooting that's happening. But hang on, but let me ask you something. Omar, let me ask you a question though. You're right there in the belly of the beast there. You're dealing with it. Let me ask you something. Don't you feel like the recall you got a huge recall effort in these big cities of these Soros funded prosecutors, they're being fired, gascon, all these prosecutors are facing a huge pushback. Don't you feel at least to some extent that the tide is turning? The tide is turning, but at the same time the tide is not turning. When you go outside of when you go outside and walk outside of your house, you see crime everywhere.

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Final case tied to college bribery scandal heads to trial

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Final case tied to college bribery scandal heads to trial

"A father accused of bribing a Georgetown university tennis coach to get his daughter into the school is set to face jurors tomorrow in the last of the college admissions scandal cases The scheme by Rick singer landed TV actresses like Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman prominent businessmen and other wealthy parents behind bars authorities say amen Cory used another middle man instead of the mastermind to pay off then Georgetown coach Gordon Ernst in exchange for recruiting Cory's daughter even though she didn't play at that level In court documents Corey's lawyers have said his daughter was properly admitted to Georgetown and that the school regularly treated children whose parents could donate huge sums of money favorably in the admissions process I'm Julie Walker

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Family And Friends Talking

Live Behind The Veil

17:07 min | 5 months ago

Family And Friends Talking

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello, everyone. And welcome to live behind the veil. I'm Ron your host, and today the family discusses the many different aspects of these deep love relationships in our father's family. No one will need to teach you because all will know the lord. We are just talking about the word. We're talking about the lord, and we're not trying to teach anyone out there. We're just sharing the love of the lord that we have with one another. That's very true. Not like teaching from the old school or bringing sermon from the old school sense of the world. And that's exactly what we're not doing. Right. We have a walk with the lord and we have a relationship with the lord and because out of our relationship, we're ministry to each other and tell us. Right. We just want to share that with each other and with right. You know, I believe it was our last podcast. We talked about the fact that we believe that the kingdom is relationships relating and communicating. That's exactly what we're talking about. I meet the lord when I'm speaking with you guys. Or with others of like mine. And I think that's incredible because he's moving differently. He doesn't come to Gideon and say, oh, man of valor now go defeat the media nights. He doesn't do that anymore. I don't think. I don't think it's a one man show. You know, I think he's doing away with a singular ministry who takes all the glory on the stage. I don't think he's doing that. I think he is communicating through vessels who are just open to communicate and love one another, and share what the lord is doing with them. Right. Basically to me what this podcast is all about is a group of men and women that come together, and they just want to speak what's on their heart. And then, as a listener, you can come in to that room and sit there and listen to the conversation. In the lord can meet you through that conversation, and hopefully he'll meet you enough that you will want to reach out to us and talk to us and create a relationship. That's right. Become part of it. Exactly. That's right. Preaching has never gotten anybody anywhere. No. You know, people come in and make the people sit down and they preach at them and stuff. That hasn't really met the church of Christ. What meets the church of Christ is when you come in and you relate to one another. What could the early church do? They came to each other's house and what did they talk about? How God was meeting them and what they were doing from day to day. That's what met them because my experience is going to be different than your experience with Christ. Right. But they're both Christ. You give me faith. I give you faith. And that faith moves us forward into his kingdom. So the relationship of love is the thing that the kingdom is made of. And that's what we're dealing with, we all respect one another, and we all know that Christ is in each of our hearts, and because of that, when we relate, we're glorifying Christ, and it's an awesome, awesome place. And as more and more of us and others do this, we're going to find the kingdom start expanding on the earth, more and more. Yeah. And that's what our heart crying. Yeah. Right. Our heart cries for the kingdom of God to come on the sir, to displace all other kingdoms. Right. To make his kingdom be the only kingdom on his earth. And we love each other. The love of the lord is so evident in our relationship with each other. I kind of like the word Friends, there's something really important about that said in the scriptures. Jesus really wanted his disciples to be friends. And I feel like as we walk with God, we learn to marry one another. As friends, the part of that love is speaking the truth and love to one another. Right. There's an aspect of it that we're talking about with this fire. The positive side of that fire is at the moment you're going through it, you're hearing this from those that love you because where do you get the wounds? Correct. It's a sign you need to take that as a sign to you that you're not illegitimate child of the lord and not a son. If you're walking through life and God is not touching areas of your life and you don't have people speaking truth to you, especially, you know, husbands and wives and in a family atmosphere and it's done in love and I think if you look at this one scripture, my son do not regard lightly the discipline of the lord. Nor fate when you're punished by him. Right. For whom the lord loves he disciplines. And he punishes every son whom he accepts. It is for discipline that you endure. God deals with you as was sons. For what son is there whom his father does not discipline. But if you are without discipline, of which you have all become partakers, then you are illegitimate children and not sons. And so I want to take the positive side of this because I know we've seen a brother or sister do something or say something and you pull them aside and you go, hey, you know, that really was it the right thing to do. And then they can take that and go before the lord with it or however they process that. But this fire that God has and that we're talking about is a very positive thing and we need that in our lives absolutely. Yeah. You know, real quick, Jim loop 12 is where you want to find out about Friends. I agree with you completely on that. Laurie, what you're talking about, too, and the fire. It is because God loves us that he puts us through the fire. Right. Did he test us? He puts trials in front of us so that we can come to the other end of it. So it purifies us scriptures talk a lot about the purification of gold. You know, you put the fire to it and then all the dross comes to the top. Also silver, silver is really known for their draws, but it's the purification process. You have to put heat to it so then all the dross comes to the top and you skim it off, and then you do it again and you do it again until the purity of the silver or the gold is evident and that's what God is doing with us. Creating us into his gold and silver vessels. Yeah, I like to go back to what Jim was saying because the thing about friendship. I want to connect that with what Laurie was saying. In my mind, what the lord is doing is he's bringing forth in many membered body. He's bringing forth his family. Although I believe that the lord does deal with us through circumstances, things like that. He does do that. But I think as we progress in the lord, that becomes less and less, the real things that deal with our spirits is from our brother, in our sister, but see, that's not going to happen unless we begin to develop the relationships of trust between us and like Jim was saying friendship. The truth. You just think about it. Somebody comes up to you and crosses your will, and you don't know them from beings. You're not really going to listen to that very readily. You're not going to be open in your heart to that. As we progress in God's kingdom, and this is what Alan started with, the kingdom of God is relationships, not any relationship, its relationships with people that are with Christ, full of God, full of the Holy Spirit. They're very special relationships that the Holy Spirit's created, and those special relationships can minister discipline to one another. We've seen the attempt at church discipline and most of the time, I don't think it's worked too well. I think it's been oppressive, suppressive, because the relationship wasn't at the depth there. There wasn't the deep, friendship, the deep trusting. I'm not saying that's a blanket thing. I'm sure there were some, but I feel like as the body of Christ, this is what we're reaching into is these deep, deep, deep relationships that we can be crossed by one another. And it's not going to be a blowout. Now, no. You don't blow out when your friend comes up to you and says, you know, Jim, that wasn't quite right, which you said. Because Jim knows my heart, he knows I have a love for him in a brokenness, and I'm not being arrogant or trying to hurt him. So that's the type of relationship I think we're entering into. That thing of silver you're talking about Allen. Here's something that's got precious metal in it. John 15 1213. My command is this. There you go. Love each other as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this to lay down one's life for one's friends. There is a discipline that we follow in God in Christ, the command that we are to be crossed. We are to be crossed up in our own will. That's the truth. And in doing that, we're laying our lives down for our Friends. The thing of trust versus the thing of judgment, judgment has a bad connotation because basically he's just purifying us as we get more purified we can come into the trust more of one another, and that oneness will start coming forth. Yeah. Unless you have that trust, you're going to react. And you're not going to open up to your brother. But as we come into the purification process, if we let the lord bring out the dross, then we can open up more, and actually start working in this thing that Christ wanted to put on the earth in the first place. Exactly. And that's where the church age has not done it. It's either you're sinning and you're going to hell or you're following all the rules. Or something. And that's not what Christ wanted. He wanted the thing of trust to start growing in humanity. Right. Right. The lord takes a step by step. And it's a young child. He would not allow them to do certain things, and he would discipline, and in one way. But as they grow as they become more mature, as they come into a relationship of knowing and trusting the lord, being able to know who the lord is, who others are being able to trust them, then they're able to open up more. And as you open up more, the lord brings different things to their brief to draw set. And as it draws comes up, because they trust in the relationship that they have, that have been developed for over a period of time. Then, the draw doesn't become a killing point. It doesn't become the issue, it becomes a thing that you just skim off the time. Right. And you become here before the lord, you know, a step by step most dirt as you walk people. Yeah. Yeah. You're talking line upon line precept upon precept. That's what I was going to say. Is that what you're going to say? Yeah. Okay, I just wanted to tie what Ron and what I said and what the others have been saying is that this lifestyle is a choice. Yeah. Not everyone, then there are different levels of walking with God. And different depths. And we're talking about becoming sons and becoming all in 100% disciples. And that's what I wanted at ties all this together. You as an individual Christian need to come to the place in your heart where you desire and choose this. There are so many dwelling places. In the kingdom of God. It's interesting because one of the places of division that has been huge is people think, well, I believe this way and this way is higher and this weighs more and so Lori is saying he goes, what we're holding up here is a very high standard. It's called a sun ship, but guess what? You may be starting out, or you may be walking, have walked with the lord ten years, but you're just not there. Your heart's not there. You know, God hasn't brought you to that place, and that is okay. That is fine. You're not less of a person, you're not less before the lord, he doesn't look at you. You don't look at your child, your two year old, and putting down because you can't do what your 18 year old can do. Correct. Your love just as much. There is no put down. And that's the subtle thing that tries to come in when you start speaking things of sun ship and resurrection life. And all these things that we're talking about, it's not a put down. If you're not there, it's fine. In fact, one of our great mentors told us when you hear stuff and it just doesn't click with you. You're just not there. Don't throw it away, just put it on your spiritual shelf. And the Holy Spirit will bring it to you when it's time for you. You're fine where you're at. I was just thinking, in my house, there's many dwelling places, and you can choose where you want to dwell. It doesn't matter. Once you accept the lord, you're going to have it. And if somebody wants to be there and just accept the lord, that's their choice. It's not the choice I would make. It's because I'm not them. Yeah, and so there's no judgment in it or anything. But if you choose to really become a mature son of God, these are the steps that you need to go, and it's a maturing process. In my father's house are many dwelling places which is true. There are many dwelling places. In the King James it says in my father's house are many mansions. So you can live in the penthouse so you can live in the basement. It's your choice. Today we've seen that the love discipline and maturity comes through these deep love relationships in the father's family. We've also seen that in our father's house there are many dwelling places. Many levels to live on, the question is, which level will you choose? Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

"Yesterday we talked about the group rise up for abortion, which is really just a front for a shadowy revolutionary Communist Party group. A Maoist organization founded in the 60s by bob, avakian. Now, interestingly enough, some on the left don't like that group because they call it a cult. Which seems very apropos. Now, another group that's actually getting probably more attention because they were the ones that actually doxxed the 5 out of the 6 conservative justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, is a group called Ruth sent us. Ruth sent us is asking activists to target Supreme Court Justices who may overturn roe V roe V wade with demonstrations at their private homes. Now, can we just state it? As a simple, clean fact here that you should not protest at private homes. You should not confront or get in their faces as Maxine water says, when people are out in public with their families, this is not appropriate. If you don't like somebody, you vote them out of office. If you don't like somebody, you can go on Twitter and say something mean and nasty to them. That's fine. And there might actually be free speech on Twitter moving forward with Elon Musk taking down. You do not, and I repeat, again, do not protest at private homes. I think it's just important to say that it's idiotic. It's stupid. If you're a conservative and you're considering protesting in front of, I don't know, justice Kagan's house because you think it's respect that she or one of her clerks were the leaker. Don't do it. Stop. It looks bad.

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Chicago's Lori Lightfoot Urges 'Call to Arms' Against Supreme Court

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 5 months ago

Chicago's Lori Lightfoot Urges 'Call to Arms' Against Supreme Court

"We're going to lead the show today with Lori Lightfoot. Because it's just, it's just shocking. What's going on? Regarding some of these hysterical left wing reactions to the leaked scotus opinion by justice Alito. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot, I'm reading from the post millennial issues call to arms over U.S. Supreme Court. Lightfoot tweeted Monday night to my friends in the LGBTQ+ community. The Supreme Court is coming for us next this moment has to be a call to arms. She followed that up with. We will not surrender our rights without a fight, a fight to victory. Now, what makes this particularly appalling is if you contrast mayor lightfoot's tweets with that of her tweets around January 6th, 2021. During which she tweeted, I am in disbelief with what is unfolding in D.C. right now. President Trump and his enablers incited this violence, shame on every elected official in Congress and elsewhere who fomented this anti democratic insurrection by extremists. This is not democracy. This is a disgrace. So what's good for the goose should be good for the Gander here, miss

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A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

Live Behind The Veil

21:48 min | 5 months ago

A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello podcasters, I am Ron your host, and today we've got a brand new member of the family or actually part of the podcast. She's not a new member of the family, but she's a new member of the podcast. Hi Laurie, how are you? I'm doing great. Yeah, we love having you on here. We know your heart and we know how much of an expression you are. Boy, I expect that there's a lot of people who are going to meet the lord because of you being with us. Yeah, I'm really happy you're here, Lori. Yeah, we keep talking about a family, but it sound like a boys club for a long time. It really did. So it's wonderful. Just wonderful to have another lady on, especially somebody like Laurie this completely fill the full of the words. Awesome. And we also have another tree. We have a podcast guest. Hi Jim, how are you? Hey guys. Good to be here this evening. Love having you here. That's another opportunity for another aspect of the word that's going to come out. I anticipating tonight's cast because boy, it's just going to be wonderful. I'm just excited. I asked me to big time. Thank you so much. I believe it for the same thing. It's exciting to greet two more of those who have a unique gift and to hear and participate in that gift being exercised and appreciated. Well, that's for sure. We've known Lori and Jim and his wife pat for gosh. I don't know how many years, a long time. Two or three. Yeah, two or three years for sure. Decades, at least at least decades. Well, family. It's going to be an exciting night. We'll be talking about the Holy Spirit and fire. This dive into it. What is the fire? Is the fire God? Yes. That's a good point. It's a fire all consuming. Yes. Is the fire deadly? To our flesh and to everything that keeps us from standing in the presence of the lord. Our flesh is living. It won't live in its presence. We have to have the fire in us to consume that. I was thinking about the three Hebrew children when they went in the fire. What was consumed by the fire? Their bondage is, that's what was burned. Because they came out with not even a smell of fire on them. The presence of the lord is what the fire is. But the fire is something that we have to have working in our lives so that we can see that burn off. I thought long and hard about this question at first I didn't quite understand what the fire was and then I remembered when I very first accepted the lord. Everything was joyful. You go through this honeymoon experience. Then the lord starts putting his finger on things in your life. Yep. And so one way to look at the fire is the dealings and the process that God puts you through to purify your spirit and to purify your heart before him. Exactly. That was the simplest way I could think of to explain the fire spiritual warfare would be contained in that, because it's that warfare that brings the fire to our adamic nature or who we are and what Debbie's talking about in the flesh. But also dab I wanted to remind everybody that when the three Hebrew children were thrown into the fire, that those guards who threw them into the fire were consumed. Yeah, they were. The fire has a dual purpose. We hear this thing about hardening the clay or making the making the wax soft and pliable. And it's all dependent upon our reaction to the word, that is going to determine whether we're going to be softened or hardened by the fire. That's true. Your damn nature is going to be less and less. We receive the Holy Spirit. And this is the thing that he's to work in us until we can come to the point where we can stand before the father face to face. Right? Right. To have the blood of Christ is honest, but everything else has been burned out. That's what the Holy Spirit is bringing to us. Is that fire to take care of this a damn nature that, unfortunately, it was put on us, because of the sin of atom. Seems like there's an element of our choice as to how the fire is perceived. Exactly. There is an element of how the fire is applied. As well as perceived, and I think one thing that's important is the foundation of the fire. Christ, ministry began he came preaching the Holy Spirit and fire. From the very beginning, fire was of a very much a part of the word that Christ brought to the earth and as we have come into a greater revelation of who he is by virtue of walking in his footsteps were coming to understand a lot more about the fire. Right. Yeah. You know, I think one of the real wonderful things about the fire is the fact that if we were to wait until the final judgments, then we're going to be all burned up, and they're like dibs that there will be nothing left. But I think we go through little tidbits here and there, and it's like maybe it's only a match that's burning a piece of your nature. Right. Right. When you conquer that one thing, you've been through a portion of the fire and you've come out on the other side. It's like the thing of The Rock falling on us. We want to fall on The Rock and we'll be broken. But for those who The Rock is going to fall on, they're going to be crushed and completely destroyed. And that's why we want to go through it now. We want to go through the judgments where God gets control of our spirit. Gets control of us so that we can actually walk in his presence, look back on your lives and see, you know, when you first became a Christian, there were ups and downs in this trial, and that trial in testing. I know there are so many points in my life I'm going, okay, God, what are you doing today? Exactly. And as years later, as a season saint, you don't see as much of that. Right. Because God has worked in your spirit a lot of these things that were that he wanted removed. He's worked in your heart already. He may do a small part, have a small area like a match that burns up a small area. And then there may be larger areas as time goes on as you grow in the lord. You find more things falling off. More things being burnt, more things enabling you to stand in his presence for a longer period of time. What seems to be really clear here that we're all talking about, is that God is a consuming fire. Exactly. I think a lot of people miss that. They love the sweet and gentle Jesus. And they love when the lord helps them in blossom. Blesses them. Yep. But if you, if you won't walk into the fire, you're missing the father, you're missing. I mean, you can't just take part of somebody, right? Well, I know that person because they're always happy. Yeah. You're missing 90% of the person. And it's the same with God. You know, there are so many people out there that they accept so much of God, but they don't want to accept the dealings. They don't accept the fire on their lives and they run from the fire. They run from the dealings, and yet they still feel like they have this walk with God, and then what's the scripture say? They come to the last time in the lord lord and he goes, I don't know you. You did all these mighty works, but I don't know, yeah. 'cause you never allowed the fire to burn out the lawless thing within your nature. You know, the thing without the three heaver children. Okay, they were thrown into the fire. But they weren't in there alone. Right. There was a fourth person that was in there. That was the lord, and no matter what fire you go through, he's going through it with you. Right? He's going to bring you out the other side because that's his joy. That's right. I think we're going to raise a question for some people listening in the fact that what he talking about progressive judgments isn't there going to be one big judgment in the last day? Yeah, there's people who are going to bring this up and there's scriptural backing for what we're talking about. We talk about Daniel in different things and bring these things out and may not be a bad idea, there are those who believe that there's one time set for all, you know, maybe sometime we want to address that. But you know that one time set for all when it comes up to that time. Those that have gone through the fire in their lives are not going to be going through the judgments, judgment was never meant for the children of God. That's right. Though it was standing right in the midst of her floating right in the midst of judgment, but he wasn't touched. God gives us as children of God away to go through them, and when we come out the other side, we've been affected by it, but we have not partaken of it. The goring threw it to church talking about Ed, the scriptures very simply related to the agricultural days in which the scriptures were written. They planted the wheat, you know, this parable, long came a bad person, and so tears. They discovered them as they started to grow. Do we take out the tears now? No, wait till they mature. And that's where a lot of where we're living now is those tears are of matured, there being taken out, and what's left is the wheat. But the wheat is not usable the way it is. At the Shell, around the kernel, the life of the wheat, the chaff has to be removed, and that's what you're talking about in these judgments, judgment begins in the house of the lord, and that judgment that comes by the fire of the Christ was talking about is burning away the chaff, and what's left. That's a question, what's left? The colonel, the colonel of weight, the very center, the thing that God wants. To use. You know, I think when people think of fire, they're afraid of it because it's going to hurt them. It's going to bother them. It's going to affect them in a negative way. Instead of seeing it as the means of the lord has of getting rid of everything that keeps us from his presence. I'd like to throw some scriptures in here and James, the book of James is one of the most convicting books to read, but he does say here consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance and let endurance have its perfect result. That you may be perfect and complete lacking in nothing and one of the things that the lord is looking for is where to become like him. As the Christian were to emulate and be Christ on the earth. The only way to do that is to go through the fire, exactly. That's perfect, Laura, because again, there are many people out there and I'm sure everyone's met them. That are trying to be christlike. You can't try to be christlike. Right. Doesn't work. It doesn't work. The lord has to come and burn out that which is not Christ like in you. He's the what they call, he's the Potter, and we're the clay, the process that the father gave us at Jesus gave us, at the Passover, the communion, and that's where, as we eat of his body and drink of his blood, we turn away. And that turning away is that separation, where the chaff is separated from the wheat. That turning away repenting or repentance as not an easy thing to do. But by partaking of his communion the power gives an in his blood, given in his body, makes it possible. It enables us I'm going to bring out hebrews, right? He was 12, do not regard lightly the discipline of the lord, nor faint when you are reproved by him. Does it hurt? Yeah, it does. Because you tell me one person, especially a young person who loves getting Spain. The discipline, it's not comfortable. Because he is changing our nature. And that's the issue. He's changing our nature. We have this wonderful story about a man we know, who, when his mother would grab a belt, he would grab a hole to her really tight because then she couldn't swing that belt. He knew how to not get hit so hard, the more you run from someone with a belt boy. That whiplash effect or the whip effect, boom, at hertz. Yep. You know, I think that a lot of this discipline, the scripture says all discipline for now for the time being is sorrowful, not joyful, but it produces how to say the righteous rights of God. He skirted every son whom he receives, the discipline that you endure God deals with you as with sons for what son is there, whom his father does not discipline the thing that I think is important to really realize is each step that we go through that we finally win a victory over. Yes. Yes. We then have authority in that particular area over Satan. He can't touch us in that realm any longer. That's true. Right. Are we perfect yet? Oh, no. We got a few more things to go through still. As each level is accomplished, he can't touch us anymore, and I think that's huge. That's something to really rejoice about. You know, we've been crying out for immunity. Yeah. You know, I mean, I know that people are crying out for immunity all over the earth from whatever you want to call it disease is sickness, all this type of stuff. How do you get there? Well, there you go. You go through the fire. Got test you, you go through the fire, you finally die out and overcome that specific thing on that specific level of life that you're living, and like Alan saying, then you walk in authority and dominion in that specific area of your life. But if you refuse the fire, you're refusing the very deliverance and the immunity. And the growth and the transformation that God's trying to bring to your life. You have to look at it through God's eyes because he's trying to perfect your spirit for eternity. He's trying to create a relationship with you for eternity and he's doing it through his fire. So you can stand in his presence and be in his kingdom. Getting close to him is the key to going through that fire. If you cry out to him and you reach into the fire, you reach in, you want that discipline. You kind of the place where you want that discipline. You want to be disciplined by the lord because you know that when you come through that, you're going to be able to have victory in that area. That's the one thing about God, you know? He starts putting you through the fire, and you say, no, no, no, I'm not going to do this and you walk away. Well, when you come back, you're going to get booked right back in that situation of the fire that you just left. Yep. Go through it when God gives it to you the first time. I think it brings us back to an understanding of hebrews three 15. It says today, if you hear my voice, do not harden your heart. And it's those who reject the fire or the chastening of the lord that pardon their heart and then they have a hard time with God any more after that. You know, it's by the grace of God that hopefully people open their hearts again. I love the details it's coming out as we're talking about this fire. Because it's a detail, this necessary in every step with God. It's exciting to know that the fire has a product. That it's not just an endless cycle, there is a promise, and that promise is the kingdom of God. That's what that fire is all about. So you press on. And as we get deeper and deeper into our walk with God, we go like David did. Created me a clean heart O God. Right. That very cry of David was all about the fire. All about burning off his flesh, his everything that was not pleasing to God. This is so, so important, you know, this is not a popular message in Christianity today. No. They just want the dear Jesus. You know, they're acting like gods and Santa Claus, but really what he's looking for is he wants all of you. Right. And the process of getting us so that we can even relate and see him as we have to be purified. Right. And this is the way to become purified so that you can see the lord. Have been kind of searching the scriptures a little bit while everybody's been talking. This is kind of a takeaway that I'm going to that I'm going to take with me from this conversation first Peter one 6 and 7. I'll just read it here for you. Though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that your faith, of greater worth than gold. Which perishes even though refined by fire. May be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed. And that is being revealed in me. As I receive and allow the fire to be applied to me and my nature. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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"lori" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"lori" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

"So I was listing off how great life is going in all these different areas. I was telling her about how I feel better on my antidepressants now and business is going well, right? Just listing off all these things, which is not what she asked me. She asked me how I'm feeling. And you know, I think counseling is not necessarily always a celebration parade. So she was like, okay, okay, okay. And then at the end of it, you know, because I've been asking her to call me out when I'm doing that kind of stuff. Telling her what I think she wants to hear. And she goes, but how do you really feel? She's like, you've just described all these amazing things and I'm very glad you're grateful for them. But how do you really feel? And how counselors are. I instantly started crying, right? And I was like, okay, well, I'm also feeling this way. And it just reminds me of how powerful it is because I think a lot of times in life we think, well, if everything's going well, if we can tell people that things are okay and we're surviving and breathing, then we aren't allowed to also hold space for the struggles, right? Or if we think our life is going, quote unquote, better than someone else, then we don't feel like we have space to acknowledge, like maybe something we're struggling with. And it was this really powerful moment of yes anding in myself, like really realizing that there's space for both. And I think also to this can come back to anything, right? Like you can come back to business owners too. You don't have to feel confident before you launch a course or before you record a podcast. You can feel completely insecure and stumble over your words and not do things perfectly or have a messy room, right? Any of those things, and you can still record a video. And you can still show up as a human. And how much more powerful and livable is that when you can do both. And just hearing you talk about that, again, feels like permission permission to live your life and be a human. And I love that story. You also shared two about working with youth and realizing, oh, when I am more just kind of like authentic and human, I get a stronger connection with these people. I get a stronger response. And I think we're seeing that more and more in corporate culture too, especially with working from home and stuff like that. But I always remember to during my first corporate 9 to 5, there's a different language you have to speak at work. You have to suppress your humanness. You have to talk a certain way. And I remember always finding that so bizarre and coming home from working like literally wanting to shake everything up. Take a shower. Be like, what was that? What was this like shell that I put myself into try to behave in a certain way? And anyway, so that was a bit of a tangent, but I wanted to share that story with you. Yeah, well, thank you for sharing that too. And I will push back a little and say it's not a tangent because in Lori brain everything's connected and I was like, you can't see screens people, but I was like inching towards my computer a few times. That's my body saying like, oh, I want to jump in, but I'm reminding myself that I want to hear what Sarah says so I can open those thoughts. But really what you're saying too about, especially the latter half about.

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Who Called to Defund the Police, Has 7-Car Security Detail

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 9 months ago

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Who Called to Defund the Police, Has 7-Car Security Detail

"It's so cool to run into people from all over the country here at the shot show. I just met David lombardo from Chicago. He's, of course, 5 60. The answer listeners recognize him. Big Second Amendment guy. He's the president and founder of safer USA, a Chicago based firearms training school. And he just lamented, he also anchors the news here for the shot show. They have like their own internal TV network and he's the news anchor for the shot show. He's done it for 6 or 7 years. He pointed out that mayor Lori Lightfoot, who is all about defunding the police, has 7 patrol cars around her home. Guarding her and protecting her and her family. And when asked about that, she said, well, I got to protect my family. And yet she wants to defund the police. 7 patrol cars, he said, well documented well established, guarding Lori Lightfoot at her home. The hypocrisy and the insanity of the left is on display.

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Lori Lightfoot, Chicago Teachers Union Remain at Odds Over Remote Learning

The Trish Regan Show

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Lori Lightfoot, Chicago Teachers Union Remain at Odds Over Remote Learning

"Because listen to Lori light what she's the mayor of Chicago, she's furious as she should be, by the way, this is the one the one thing I've maintained all along, you can not shut a society down for this. You need to learn to live with it while the Chicago teacher's union just walked off the job. Third largest school district in the country, and this is what the Democrat mayor has to say. And to be clear, what the Chicago teachers union did was an illegal walkout. They abandoned their posts and they abandoned kids and their families. We are working diligently every single day at the bargaining table to narrow the differences and they get a deal done. My team has been working every single day. They're back at it again. Here Sunday, they were at it yesterday. And we can get a deal done if there's goodwill on both sides. That's the question, is there really good will on both

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Blames Union Leaders for ‘Chaotic Conduct’

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:37 min | 9 months ago

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Blames Union Leaders for ‘Chaotic Conduct’

"Okay, let me play for you the most important things that happen yet. Chicago school, teachers went out on strike, the mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot said this. Cut 16. Enough is enough. We are standing firm and we are going to fight to get our kids back in person learning. Period, full stop. I hope it's period full stop. I don't believe her. She hasn't issued the patco threat that Ronald Reagan did. Do your job or lose your job? Come to work or don't ever come back to her. Lori Lightfoot only said, we're gonna fight for that. She did not threaten the teachers with discharge. Again, play it. Cut number 16. Enough is enough. We are standing firm and we are going to fight to get our kids back in person learning. Period, full stop. All right, I hope that's correct. Guy Benson, who's on special report with Brett Bayer last night, expanded on the silver lining to the Chicago teacher union strike. Cut number 15. To go to have the president go to Chicago and stand by Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot. Some people are saying, maybe that is a good thing for him to do. All right, for him to say something as opposed to having other folks say, oh, the president's been clear. He'd like to see schools open. Stand up, mister president. To these political allies of yours and tell them to get back into classrooms and stop harming children. Look, if you did that, that'd be good. I would give him one cheer, not two or three. Same with mayor lightfoot. I'm glad some Democrats are finally saying these things. The problem is these are the politicians who have coddled and indulged and enabled exactly these types of really abuses for the last year and a half flying in the face of science. These teachers unions have learned that they can get away with these things and to belatedly try to catch up to public opinion and finally acknowledge the science here is better late than never, but still not particularly impressive, I would say. That's the issue that Democrats are facing. The one silver lining Brett in my view, and it's hard to find one because kids are hurting as they have been for two years, is that some of the things that conservatives have been saying about teachers unions and school choice have basically been amplified playing out in a two year long infomercial, and this is extremely high profile and maybe some parents and some leaders will wake up.

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"lori" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:33 min | 10 months ago

"lori" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Family, in my life. So when we come home, can I ask for a couple things? Or can we negotiate on a few things to see if this could work? And I love you, but maybe this isn't working for me anymore and I'm totally open to finding a balance point because I really want you in my life, but I need support around this. I'm going to have to ask you to understand it. And if not, then I can stay somewhere else or I can come home at a different time, or we can make this look different. It might have to look different, but just understand that this is coming from a place where I want this relationship, but it does need to look different. Fire nation, there's a lot to unpack there, but I hope you realize that this is a process. It's not something you need to just come in and do overnight. This is something that you can come back and say, you know what? This is something that I need to be done with in three months and 6 months in 9 months. I mean, for you loyal, what would you say approximately was the process? Of course, it's all ongoing, but for you to make significant moves in this area, what was the time frame? Oh, like, ten years. But I'm being honest. You know, this is and I'm still working on this. So but the initial tearing the band aid off was a moment of if I don't have this first conversation because it's not just one conversation, right? This is like that conversation can either go well or it can open a can of worms in my case it did a little of both. And so then it was an ongoing conversation that kept on kind of like igniting a bit of emotions and then learning how to navigate these new emotions. So I love that you point that out that this is you have to have the initial conversation. And you have to plan that out before you have it. Like plan it out so that it's done in a really loving way so that they're not going to throw their walls up, don't point fingers, say this is how you make me feel, this is why I'm this way. Just make it all about why it's important that you do this for you. And definitely, this is still a conversation I'm having, but it did start for me about ten years ago. Because I knew that it was the one thing that was really, really holding me back was being inauthentic in that area of my life. Going back home and changing into somebody totally different that I wasn't anymore. And it wasn't working. So if you guys are feeling that way, I can tell you that even one conversation can be really freeing in at least it gets you on the track of where we at. Like, at least you know where I stand and let's try to move forward from here and how can we, how can we take the next step? What is the next step? Do we need outside help? Like, what does this look like? Lori take this home for us. We've talked about a lot of things today. Super valuable, tons of value bombs. What's the one thing you really want to make sure fire nation gets from our entire conversation today? Give us the best way that we.

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"lori" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"lori" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"So Lori we're back and as I mentioned before the break, change is scary. I mean, it can be really, really scary. In fact, change is one of the scariest things for people. This is like, oh yeah, they're just setting their ways. They're not really necessarily setting their ways. What people are, they're scared to change, because it can be terrifying to the human core. It's like against what we want to do. And that's why entrepreneurs are so special because we found a way to break through that. But it's not that we get over the fear because that comes with pivoting your business as you're building it. So.

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"lori" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"lori" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Lori say, what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with? What's up fire nation? I'm so excited to be here. And the thing that I disagree with is that if you want it done right, you have to do it yourself. I think if you want it done your way, you have to do it yourself. But I've become so open to not thinking my way is the right way and that it could actually be done better by somebody else. And that has freed me up so much. All we have is time fire nation. Do you literally want to spend your single finite resource of time doing all the things? Or do you want to find people that are actually good at doing those things that you maybe aren't good at? And now you can scale and leverage your time. And oh, by the way, maybe you focus on the things that you are good at and do just that. So as I mentioned in the intro, it's all about building a network to build your business. And I'm pretty fascinated Laurie because I've been following you for quite some time now and you came out with a business called light pink. And I talked a little bit about it in the introduction already. But I would love for you to take us through the journey that started this idea that brought it to life. So I grew up in a really small town. I was actually from a bit of a restrictive religious background and I share that because I was only allowed to associate with people within my church. And so I let a really kind of isolated life, and this followed me through my adult life, my adult career. And I kind of felt like I had to do things on my own..

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"lori" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

POSITIVELY JOY

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

"Hi lori. Thank you so much for being with us today. how are you. i'm great. It's such a pleasure to be here. Well i'm so happy that you agreed to be on the show because you have an interest in two areas that i also have an interest in and that's crime and in faith so so this is really perfect for for the podcast and i know you know that i have journalism background. I don't know that you know that police reporter once upon a time i did not know that. Oh i bet you've got stories earlier early in my career before. I started moving into editing and managing. But i love your podcast. I love the fact that you that you take book prime books and really get to the meat of it for the podcast. I have so many questions for you but before we start. Let's talk a little bit about you. Tell tell us a little bit about yourself. Well actually a licensed private investigator which is nothing that was ever on my radar if you had asked me growing up what i wanted to be but god's funny like that. He puts circumstances in our life to get us where he wants us so true so true. Yes i had. I had been a paralegal for years and my girls were growing up and leaving the house. And i thought you know i've got some time on my hands. I wonder if some of my my legal skills. I could maybe volunteer and be helpful somewhere so i contacted a local. Pi and she probably thought i was crazy. That actually agreed to to meet with me. And so i started doing just volunteering for her and she said you know you could do this. I thought why not and so you know guys that surprised you though. Did that surprise you. It did because like. I said it really was not on my radar but i saw how much satisfaction and joy she got out of helping people and on. Oh i want that too. Yeah yeah that makes sense. So here i am and she actually has a podcast that she very specifically to drive leads to cases that she's working on and so i wanted to do something a little different. Because then she encouraged me. Well you could do a podcast. Why can i can do a true crime book review. That would be fun and very interesting to me anyway. And so i was working on it and developing it and a very wise friend said you know. There's there's so much noise out there. There's so many people in the space you got to figure out what it is about you. That would be a different perspective. And she said. I think for you that your your faith and then it really just all came together there from there. Well well she was completely right. You're right this is a very busy space and it's and sometimes it's hard to get the attention of people. But i think the unlovely truth and by the way i love the title no thank Is it will do just that. So my as i said i have a lot of questions..

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"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Her at the time she said that and i think there was a feeling of but then she blamed that mindset on her growing up in a bubble that she didn't understand why it was wrong and how people could be so upset about the situation least. She's being honest. I don't know. I mean i guess that's honest you know She what else could she do at this point. I don't think there's anything you can do except throw yourself on. The mercy of the court at this point until then lori was released but was removed from many shows movies and will likely have repercussions for a very long time to come but some might argue that she didn't have much of a criminal justice sentence. So perhaps that is the justice. In this case we're gonna talk about that in a minute. And i'm not sure i actually have some mixed feelings. Gianola is now under his term of supervised. Release as well but now. Let's talk about why this happened. The causes and whether or not we think the criminal justice system got it right. Let's kick out and criminological theory here. I'm gonna pose this question to you. Why did this happen. How do we explain it. But i bet i already know your answer. White privilege No criminal harry what i've got two theories neutralization theory that one of your no but that is so good can you explain big neutralization. Theory explains white collar crime nicely. No it explains it so just because it's when people give excuses and justifications for their behavior so it's almost like livia didn't think it was wrong because in her world. It's a justification denial of wrongdoing denial of injury right. Yeah it's an olive responsibility. These excuses that allow otherwise people who are good in air quotes to commit bad behaviors while neutralizing their guilt. Wow that's good that one meghan okay. Fine you want me to give you mine. Let's save get out to you again. Yes give me yours. That's the only one i kept thinking of..

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"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

"And i think you're right what people don't realize it's also a win and that's how prosecutors unfortunately are measured in terms of success convictions. You also can't ignore the fact that plea bargaining is also very beneficial for the guilty defendant in most cases. I know you don't agree i no. I don't agree necessarily. I think that people are coerced into the other. Course up charged. Or i think that people who are poor and to are maybe innocent or somewhat innocent of committed lesser crimes. Just have no options like everything else. It benefits certain people and who does it up. And if people that are marginalized communities game. With right yeah. I definitely have mixed feelings on that one lori was facing two months in prison and a fine of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars while gianola was facing five months in prison. Nfl of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. In august of twenty twenty. A federal judge accepted the sentencing deal for laughlin for genially agreeing to the terms of two months for laurie and five for newly. Laurie began serving her sentence on october. Thirtieth twenty twenty at the federal correctional institution in dublin california. Her husband reported to the federal correctional complex in lompoc california on november nineteen twenty twenty to serve the five month sentence. But what about the ringleader. Rick singer he pled guilty to his crimes but has remained free on bail for two years. What with no sentencing date in sight and during which time he has cooperated fully with the fbi to help catch the other. He's turning deals. Left and right often ryan. He recorded all these. A lot of people were caught because of his recordings he fully reported to protect himself. Or why was he was recording. This phone calls that he was making deals with parents once he was caught by the fbi. Our your once. He was caught. He was an informant for them. Correct i thought you meant prior to that. He was recording all his phone calls. Nope he started recording them as part of his cooperation with the fbi and now he remains free while laurie was released from prison on december. Twenty eighth two thousand twenty. After serving her two months she must also serve. Two years of supervised release now supervise released to so everyone knows is the federal version of parole because the federal system no longer has parole supervised releases the same thing. She has to perform one hundred hours of community service. Pay that fine of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and her husband was ordered to serve two years of supervised release performed two hundred fifty hours of community service and pay that two hundred fifty thousand dollar fine gene newly reported for his five month sentence in november having spent the first eight weeks in solitary confinement due to the spread of corona virus imprisons gianola lawyers tried to get him released early on these grounds because solitary for eight. Weeks is a very long time though. He had a fair argument about solitary. And this is one. I address in my policy classes. I mean eight weeks. This was also unprecedent times where prisons were trying to figure out how to handle corona virus and the spread. But did you know that there's been a real movement to limit solitary confinement. Now you probably know that new jersey actually a couple of years ago pass legislation. That said you can't you solitary for more than twenty days but the un. I'm not sure if you know this. Amy says that fifteen days is tantamount to torture. And i would agree that it's even less. There had been some really famous lawsuits revealed that prisoners at certain institutions. Most famously pelican bay in california were held in solitary for years The psychological effects the deleterious consequences the ptsd everything. We know now indicates that solitary has tremendous consequences on long-term mental health. The scandal was a surprise especially from laurie laughlin..

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"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

"The number one meal kit for eating well in the end singer scheme continued until he was caught in early two thousand nineteen and at that time he had gotten involved with a large number of universities including yale wake forest university of san diego stanford university georgetown university of texas the university of southern california and the university of california los angeles. Wow right yeah i mean. This was a major massive scheme on march thirteenth. Two thousand nineteen. Laurie laughlin and massimo newly surrendered themselves to federal authorities in los angeles and were later released after posting. One million dollars bail. Remember seeing they were all over the yeah being walked out as part of the conditions of her release laughlin was forced to agree to travel restrictions and she had a surrender her passport and while. Laurie was being arrested her daughter. Olivia jade was celebrating. Spring break on a yacht owned by a member of. Us's board of trustees. Rick caruso yup not. i'm not kidding. On april fifteenth two thousand nineteen laughlin and newly pleaded not guilty to charges of mail fraud and money laundering conspiracy and according to uproxx dot com on april ninth two thousand nineteen laughlin and gm newly were offered a plea deal that would have included a mandatory two year prison sentence but they rejected it because laughlin reportedly thought the district attorney was bluffing about them serving time. In addition to being charged with conspiracy to commit mel fraud laughlin gena newly received a number of severe new charges. Now what they did was a superseding indictment and that is if you're indicted a grand jury finds that you're gonna stand charges. They filed a superseding department. Which would replace the first indictment and they added a whole number of charges. So it's a new indictment it supersede original. Are you kidding me. Hold on they superseded at which all these extra charges which was conspiring to commit fraud money laundering and a bunch of new charges that carried maximum sentences of twenty years in prison which meant that laughlin and her husband were looking up to forty years in prison. Why do you think they did that now. I'll ask you to make an example to try to get them to plea course. I'm this is how it works. This is coercion in many ways. But this is how the system works is an we talk about this all the time. How prosecutors are going to charge you with something. They're going to charge you if you don't take the plea they're going to charge you with something else until you're basically forced to agree and that's exactly what i think happened here. And that probably explains amy y on may twenty first two thousand twenty laughlin and newly both agreed to plead guilty it took them awhile comparative it. They they were the holdouts. This also explains the super seatings eight minutes. What happens is that prosecutors hold all the power because they make the decision of who and what to charge and that's why they have so much leverage and that's why they're inherently the most powerful people in the system..

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"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime

"I mean most people or many people including myself improbably. You are going to know her from her famous role in the abc sitcom full house. Course did you watch house. Of course. I did an becky and uncle uncle jesse yes while she was cast in the show from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety five because her carrots high now as we said she was cast as becky and she was initially set for just a six episode arc but she became a regular after becoming a very popular character on the of. What did he say. Lord have mercy every time it. What did he say hammer. Yes lord have mercy right like every time. She looks good or something like that was his line. Laurie lafon also appeared in many other productions such as fuller house. She was in the reboot of nine to now hudson street and in case of emergency and in a number of other shows to say now. My favorite film with her was a movie called secret. Admirers have you heard of that. Nope well you know i love. Eighties flings be honest. This one was with thomas. Sowell and kelly preston and laughlin played tony and she was a secret admirer. They were in high school of michael. Who of course was in love with. Deborah played by kelly preston and it was like this cute little dynamic and she would write notes and stuff and of course it was cheesy. No one killed anyone. Nobody killed anyone. It was an adorable eighties movie but anyway back to laurie. That's a side note laurie. Married michael are burns. Who was an investment banker but they divorced shortly after in nineteen ninety-six. She met her. Now husband maasim. Oh giannoli in nineteen ninety five and they eloped. Not long after on thanksgiving in nineteen ninety-seven. Do you know who massimo is. I'm wearing muslim pants right now. I remember target used to have we to love that line. that was. That was my favorite line. I'm not gonna lie. And target those my favorite line bringing that maasim ojea newly was the creator of the muslim. Oh clothing line that amien. I both loved from target and pacific. On where oh okay no. I didn't remember the skater. Brand right like i don't know if he did that. One to be honest. Laughlin became the stepmother to johnny johnny lee son from a previous relationship and mossy mo and. Laurie eventually had two daughters together. Isabella rose and olivia jade. And they're really going to become the focus of this week's episode. Have you seen a libya. Jade's youtube no. I have not okay because she has a youtube channel where she gives beauty tips and she has an instagram account where she has over a million followers on both our instagram and youtube channel. So she's pretty leaders and influence influencer. Yes she is and she's sharing her beauty tips. Her sister isabella rose is known as the more laid back and chill sister on march twelfth. Two thousand nineteen lori and massimo were to fifty people who were caught by the justice department in a nationwide college admission scandal later to be known as operation varsity blues which is really off because in that movie you had. Parents pushing their children But nobody really buying their kids into an education in fact it was the opposite..

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"lori" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"A few years back said they couldn't even get a woman to apply for a sales role. They had no women on their sales team. And we talked a bit and we talked about some different ideas about how you need to be a little more proactive. He needs to be a little more dedicated to. If that's what you wanna do then do it. And they had a woman apply who turned the job down. She turned the sales job down. She was going to take an admin position at another company. And this gentleman who is a ceo of. The company had the sales manager. Call her and say please. Just come in one more time and you know we don't really care if you come to our company go to another company but don't become an admin go into sales and so this woman came back in and they said you know what we're gonna do everything we can to help you be successful and she. She took the job and she ended up being that the fastest to whatever their goal number was of any sdr they had ever hired and she's still with the company today and so but he had to do something different. He had to speak up. You didn't didn't cost him anything and you know people say well. Why do you have to do that. And that would just say you know just culturally we need to make some changes and if it takes a couple of extra assurances and and some an extra phone call than that's what it takes but they sure got a great person for. Yeah exactly and i hear that story so often and it's just it's that little shift it's making it a priority. It's making that extra corn saying you know what lori we really. I'm not kidding we want you. Come be part of this thing. Let's talk about. I wanted to ask about resources and support and mentors four women. And i'm thinking one of the places you probably naturally would would wanna lead with is just all of the great communities that are out there and i think it ties to this idea because i'm yet to find women saleswomen in revenue in any of these groups..

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"lori" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"From the person new you water in a restaurant to the person who checks you out in the grocery store to the person who waves you through a crosswalk. Thank them make eye contact with them smile at them. Make the world a better place simply because you appreciate those who make your life just a little bit easier. Even if they're getting paid for it that's not the point. Yeah i agree with that one. And i really do try to make it a habit key there to what lori said folks is the eye contact. Not creepy eye contact. Just just just not just when you're saying you're saying thanks to say thank you and hold it while you're saying the whole thing right and that is contagious that makes people who are getting paid some nominal wage. I've worked so many of these jobs Checking you out at the grocery store but they're burned and that little thank you little bit of energy even if they don't expect Reciprocity but know that it does make a difference. I read that on your site. You know what true giving and true kindness has absolutely no attachment to a return. That's how i speak it. I love that and then to you. This is the part where you get to ask me a question. Do you have a question for me. Any question How do we stay involved. What is the best way for. All it takes to share out what super nice club is doing. That's a lovely question. And that's i From a guest. We don't ask anything of our guests aside from their time. That's it Which you've already given a love that. If you feel that this podcast is a good one and you want to share it out to your people. That's all we ask We're always open to partnerships with nonprofits. And we've done a few with On the unsheltered population things like that. So if there's a room that makes sense department super.

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"lori" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Yeah and i think if if you can re categorize the responsibility of a friend or a listener as being a human who holds space for the person you care about then you can hold space for whatever they need to put in for whatever their feelings are and as a person personally who who wants to help so much that i can. I can jump into that role of being like well. What if we did this. What what if do you think this would make you feel better. And how can i help you find a solution. And i've had to learn as a friend not to jump to trying to make the people. I love feel better as quickly as possible. But to holding a container for them. And there's something about the visual wall of holding a container holding that space to me feels like such a sacred responsibility and active love as a friend that it has allowed me to stop my. Let me figure out how i can help you fix this immediate response right because it's hard for us to see the people that we care about suffer and when we wanna do is we want to take their suffering away. But we're not doing it in a way that is actually helpful to them and the bottom line is that we can't take their suffering away what we can do as we can help them and i really truly feel as a therapist. I've seen this every single person that i've seen that they have the answers inside of them and our jobs therapists and i think our job just as humans to one another is to help people here themselves to give them the space to to let that voice be heard without all the louder outside voices shutting down that voice of knowing that place of knowing that we all have inside. Yeah i really love that. When you think about ways we can lean into our knowing you know things we can do to improve our emotional wellbeing and curious what you believe..

"lori" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Someone other than your friends a professional person. Who's listening to you in an office. Who also has been trained to do so. Well we'll offer you different things than than friends. My are are there. Are there terms for the differences that our audience should know about yeah. There's such a difference between what happens between friends and what happens when you bring something to a therapist. There's this Buddhist notion that i write about of idiot. Compassion versus wise compassion so idiot compassion is what we do with our friends. Our friends come to us and they say listen to what happened. Can you believe that so. And so did this. And we say yeah. They were wrong. You were right how terrible. I can't believe that happened to you. And then it feels so delicious in the moment. Doesn't it when your friend says that because you feel so validated but the problem with that is that you don't learn anything from the experience you can't see what your role was. You can't see that. Maybe there's a different way to respond to that. And i'm not saying by the way that there aren't sort of difficult people in your life ray because everybody is difficult. People we have the saying as therapists before diagnosing someone with depression. Make sure they aren't surrounded by assholes. So i like that so so there are always going to be difficult people but the question is what are you doing in that relationship. Do you need to be in relationship with that person. If you want to be in relationship with that person what are you. Doing that is exacerbating the situation. How do you contribute to this person acting in this way toward you. How are you responding in a way. That makes it even worse Do you have boundaries. What kind of boundaries do you need right And so the the problem with idiot compassion. As if you listened to your friends over time you will probably hear some kind of pattern in the sense of. They're telling the same kinds of stories over and over. Maybe a different cast of characters may be the same person they're complaining about but it starts to sound very much the same starts to sound like a broken record. It's kind of like if fight breaks out and everybody you're going to maybe it's you but we don't say that to our friends with idiot compassion because we feel like our friend will feel unsupported by us. What you get at a therapist. Is you get wise compassion. Which is we hold up a mirror to you and we help you to see something about yourself that maybe you haven't been willing or able to see and that's where change happens and so it's very different when you think about well. I feel really good. When i complained to my friend about this person in my life i feel really good in the short term but notice that. Nothing's changing notice that you weren't moving growing and that's what you're going to get you therapist you're going to have. That mirror held up in the most compassionate way. So that you can see yourself more clearly and that gives you choices..

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"lori" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"lori" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Be here. Where are you at the moment laurie. I'm in los angeles. Oh mazing. I'm just a couple of hours north This week but i'm based in la too. I know we were gonna meet. I think will last year a year ago. We were going to meet at south by. Yes yeah in. The world shutdown. It sure did what a time how. I'm so curious how that has affected you. And how you've seen it affect people. I i would imagine that the contents or or shape of the letters in your inbox Has probably really revolved around. What this year has meant so many people. Yeah i think on the one hand it really has. But i think on the other hand. What i've seen is that a lot of people have started to deal with things that maybe they hadn't dealt with before because they've been forced to slow down. I think whatever was going on before has been amplified or magnified and i think the positive part of that is the people are saying. I want to prioritize this now. It's very cool. I'm excited to hear more about that. But before we get into the present something that people may not know and that. I always get so excited about when it happens is when i meet another fellow angelino because you were also born in los angeles and and we're very rare birds so i'm curious. Where in la are you from an and did you love growing up. There will yeah. Natives are very rare. People are always surprised david. I'm from l. a. They're like really mean people are actually born here but so many people come from other places that it is rare to find other angelenos. I grew up in beverly hills and it was not. I think you know when people think beverly hills they think When i was growing up there were thinking of beverly hills. Nine o. two out the show. It was definitely not that. It was quiet suburb in the middle of los angeles and it was sort of a very kind of normal suburban existence. Where did you grow up. i grew up not not too far from you. I was kind of you know west. Hollywood miracle mile My parents dads. I rented photo studio was on the corner of beverly and stanley Right catty-cornered aware erawan. The grocery store is now. My dad's old photo studio is a coffee shop called on dante roasters and i get really excited anytime. I'm in that neighborhood. Going there for coffey because the coffee shop has these beautiful tara tiles on the and my parents installed those Yeah in the late seventies. They took a trip down to baja and loaded up my dad's truck with these cool. Tara cada you know twelve by twelve tiles and then drove back and did the floor there. And so i just have this interesting nostalgia Because that you know that was where my dad was working. When i was a baby and our our first house was on fifth street right off sweetser and i noticed that is such sweet neighborhood. And there's all these old kind of they feel almost like thirties forties little bungalows tiny little houses that maybe have two bedrooms sometimes. Three and my parents did so much work on our house. And my dad. And i when i was. I think five must have been five. Maybe six we put up a little white picket fence around our house and had still there and it really sweep sweden. An i similarly to you. I think there's this kind of misnomer from tv..

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"lori" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"lori" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Dick I feel like we've kind of been just living this case the last several days there's so much that we had to delve into. . So let's just start with an overview of the timeline going back to the beginning because it's very complicated and as much for me as for the listeners a little review and a little in-depth investigation into these things would be helpful both helpful the me. . We did last week's first part of this and I'm just at the time you do it do the recording. . It sounds reasonable. . Then as I think back about it, , I'm trying to say what happened when who did what? ? So. This'll . be very helpful. . It's a crazy thing and of course, , with the tragic ending, , which is horrible. . So. . Let's go back to Chad Day Bell. . He married his first wife Tammy in nineteen ninety and they had five children together over the years in Nineteen ninety-two Laurie got married for the first time at age eighteen and this marriage only lasted a very short time under a year from what I've heard. . Then she remarried in nineteen ninety five and that's when she gave birth to her son Colby in nineteen, , ninety six. . Again, , she got divorced then in two, , thousand one, , she married Joseph Ruin and Laurie and Joe had their daughter Kylie together in two thousand and two, , and just a little bit of a word about Tyler's childhood. . We we know that she was used as a pawn by Laurie and her divorce custody filings against Joe Ryan. . But there's also some evidence fairly convincing evidence that Laurie mains have had Munchausen by proxy pilot who's in and out of the hospital many times, , and she even had exploratory surgery to quote figure out what was wrong unquote and that's something that just. . Really isn done nowadays, , right? ? No, , it isn't that if we go back a few years that was something I mean if if you have parent who keeps bringing a child into the office bureau for various complaints and you have run tests and nothing ever shows up, , you might have considered doing an exploratory bit of surgery as probably a what's called a lap me. . Where they look inside the the belly at the F. Domino contents and maybe take biopsies just to see if there was something that they had missed Leah from my experience on a pediatric surgical floor though they only do that when they're like at the end of their rope, , this is after days of observing taking the kid off of a regular diet doing. . IV fluids run, , they do a lot of things I and the munch just love to hang out in the room for days and get the attention. . So this is very classic Munchausen by proxy behavior who certainly is yet it really is and no illness was ever determined, which , is significant I think road even with the surgery. . Yes. . So so there you go. . Exactly. . Nine, , two, , thousand when Tyler was about six, , her therapist raised concerns about the stress Tyler was going through with her health issues and the custody issues. . Tally, , did say to the therapist that she did enjoy visits with her father. . There were documented concerns about Laurie being dishonest on Tyler's intake forms. . One of these things whereas where Lori said, , the tally had pancreatitis. . The custody documents I was able to peruse showed that Kylie did say she enjoyed visits with her father but then she told the therapist that she was frightened to stay overnight because her father molested her now she used the word molested and when her mom came into the room with her and the therapist apparently tie looked at Lori and said I, , told her. . So it just really I'm not convinced that Joe sexually abused tightly and I'll always believe someone until I have reason not to especially a child but there were some classic signs of the Mother Coaching her. . So in two thousand, , four, , Laurean Joe were divorced and Laurie remarried Charles Valo in two, thousand , six. . Now for those of you who are counting Charles's husband number four. . Yes, , and in two thousand, , twelve, , a little boy named Joshua. . Jackson was born he's he's the biological child of Charles Valez nephew his grandparents cared for jj until they made the decision along with Lori and. . Charles that Lori Charles would adopt and raise JJ, , and this was back in two thousand fourteen. . Laurie already had colby and entirely. . So the grandparents K. and Larry Woodcock were really thinking that they might have a better home there because there'd be other kids. . It's kind of their little bit younger than Larry and K. . so laurie who they thought was just a wonderful mom. . At, , the time agreed to adopt the little boy with Charles and then Laurie Charles entirely moved to Hawaii along with JJ services in two thousand fourteen when the adoption went through the options gone through and we've Kurt the family now lorries. . Oldest son is what out of the house at this point because he's like eighteen nineteen, , he didn't move to Hawaii with them now. . He didn't in two thousand fifteen back to Chad, , Tammy and the family moved to Idaho from Utah Right, , in two years later, , the veil of family moved back to Arizona, , from Hawaii then on April third two, , thousand, , eighteen lorries, , ex husband, , her third husband Joseph Ryan was found dead in his home Laurie was notified as she was still listed as his next of kin. . Didn't notify Joe's sister Anne who by all accounts she was very close to Anne was still a part of tiles life, , your birth Maurice to ruin agenda Yes. I . know we've talked about this a little bit in part one, , but you did get a chance to review the autopsy. They . were a few things that stuck out to us like the fact that the height was off and they call them a heavyset guy which he really wasn't. . No. . But remember he was in his apartment for at least a week decomposing before anyone found was a neighbor who found him that's correct. . Yes and we don't have the entire autopsy but the cause of death was per tiriac sclerotic heart disease, , which means that you're coronary arteries getting clogged up, , which isn't really crazy for a fifty nine year old man to die of in general but

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"lori" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"lori" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Segments Lori and Julia did all week but the best it's a best of the week Saturday on my top one oh seven one thank you Holly Lori and Julia are back with us I think you know we went on a trip did you go we just went a little dry gas is under a dollar a sign some places have been removed and it was canceled I didn't yeah yeah that was kind of the there were rumors on Monday it was not bad in the U. K. because they were slow around yeah I love this too yeah my gosh I know I could find was Kellogg said they're going to be read can you imagine if you even though that this is happening not all of us it's just it's unbelievable I just have to just head out branded out and I'm glad I did my remote eyes PSA for you today John well I know what I I was I know I have Ramona glasses and invited my lovely turbine that I decorated and I didn't feel funny so you you were able to do it for us so if you find it on now those were my own eye glasses make everybody laugh and I was really wearing them for a reason for a while at my desk I was just sitting there taking deep breaths and Ramona eyes we're modernizing should we listen to what Stephanie is with us I don't know she isn't right well I'm trying okay was something must be going on if you have like musicians that you like the best way it seems like it is to look at their Facebook or range and locally a lot of people are doing concerts and they're like Joanne Parker you know she she plays she's been a she's a wonderful young kind of jazzy blue Z. like she's doing their request show tonight at seven o'clock on Facebook to like their page so this okay yeah a lot of people like Katy Vernon she did her show but like an hour and a half ago Nick Coster who does his at six o'clock on Facebook and and staff request shows that's fine are kind of doing that yeah it's tonight Wednesday night isn't today is Wednesday so this is always been you know a weekend starting the weekend is starting really super messing bowling you know worried about all the you know the bartenders and all the people that work at my bowling alley in Hopkins just you know because they were there they had to close right and the night at nine o'clock yesterday about eight o'clock here on CBS is the Garth Brooks and Tricia Yearwood show yes I'm gonna turn into that on the day yes that's right that when I did set my DVR yeah and they're trying to raise money yes a very John if Elton John did million billion I bet Garth and Trisha will do probably that plus yeah I would yeah they're very generous and there's a lot of them yeah yeah I really got a lot of people turning out and again we're going in the living room seven pack I know yeah well here is you know don he's been talking about and we are doing a diaper drive right now yes for Minnesotans and so if you would like to donate to that are you can just go to the my talk website and we make it really easy for everybody to donate to that and also I just got a note from our friends over at nema Fieger midtown global market is creating their making meals for Matix groups so the entrepreneurs of midtown global market have launched a simple way for the public to show their appreciation for all of our health care and medical workers so it's called meals for Matix and there's a go fund me page this you know type in meals for medics find out more about that so that is that something I think everybody's just trying to figure out a way to help out but you can't I think a lot of people are used to physically helping out donate you know time and energy and and now it's just cash rates it's just the cash because there's you we can't be around each other you just read something that was spread through your years which we can't even well you know I mean we don't know I guess that is also the the big well that's why they don't you touch your face a lot of people touch their nose with their eyes and then you're really like yeah by Rhys enter enter please yes if you find it hard not to touch your face I am not a big fees or not sure no I I did find myself picking a couple you know little things here and I know what I have I have I have one friend in particular who is just like she doesn't even I my hair twirling my hair when I features I would I'm going to have my here is just going to be in little baby bangs whatever ends because I do find myself twirling and so not really but everyone has like something that is around your hands and then something with your face some like a lot of us great yeah the guys are playing with their beards or their mustache the judge there for it's just your it's you really have to like watch yourself for a couple of days to G. to break yourself of you don't even realize that it's something yeah like I always knew you know like if I was having reading too long to get my hair wash I'm seeing the gray I yes I am we're only here because it was good in crunch she was like the best for heating oh my god all these like you feel yourself making the break the I believe it was oddly so it's crunchy and hair shouldn't go I had so much crap in our area yeah you know people self soon a lot this facing so it does seem like we should play.

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