36 Burst results for "Love"

Fresh update on "love" discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

00:41 min | 7 min ago

Fresh update on "love" discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Definitely worth a try. Now back to our conversation. Right, and it goes also by your community. So your community, let's say your community is 6 blocks. Wide and long, you know, or you've been, you know, the townships are so close together. You'd be surprised. If you live in the township, they'll give you the transportation. If you don't, you don't get to transportation, but you can come to the program. But let's say you need the transportation too. Then you got to provide, you know, you have to figure out private transportation. You know, or the program might have a stipulation that you can, you can't just drop off your loved one, no matter what level they're at, you need to be not maybe in the room, but right outside the room. Excuse me. So that if there's an issue, they can come get you to help me with that person that's having an issue. And then you might need to look for program where you say, you know what? Three days a week. I don't mind sitting there because then I can read or I can do something there. Pay some bills or be online, right there. But the other two days, I want to program where I can go get my hair done, my nails done, or if you're having a team, maybe you're in the morning doing that, and then in the afternoon you have someone come in and help with the laundry folding their clothes, they can do that together or go for a walk in the park. So that's your time. You look at three or four hours every day. That someone comes in and spends time with your loved one. You know, to do certain things that you might not like to do. And that you can go off and do the things that you want to do, have lunch with a friend. And that's because what this is, you have to plan your time as much as possible. And have people involved early on because then your loved one, even though they might forget that person's name, they will know that person when they walk in by their voice or just to mannerism, something about that person will click. When they walk in, even though they might not recognize your face or they might not recognize the name, but that you know that something is clicking there. And I'm sure you've seen that with your mom, actually, I would always take my mom from the memory care we'd go, we predominantly would go to the park and watch kids. Is that what made her happy? It was the least stressful, easy activity to get her to participate in because I tried all the things. And she would not, there were things she would do in the community to refuse to do with me, which I still don't understand, but that was the reality. But my mom was her name was Diane, and she befriended two other dance, which was confusing enough for those of us with, you know, working brains, but I would, I would take one or one or eat one of the other Diane's with me, not infrequently, and the gal that we referred to as other other Diane. So she was the second one befriended in the beginning, she was so like with it for lack of a better term, I thought she was a visitor. I didn't realize she was a resident. But she progressed very quickly, and it got to the point where she would look at me and say, you look familiar, do I know you? And I'd say, well yeah, I'm here with my mom. I'm here with her. You know, and I would say something as a general reminder of kind of placing me in a general sense, not like my name is Jennifer and I'm Diane's daughter. That was way too much information. I'm like, yeah, I'm here visiting her and I'd point at my mom. And she'd be like, no, that's not it. It was so funny. We had that conversation every week until she, I think her visual processing must have gotten bad because then she just stopped even noticing me, which was kind of sad, but you know, it was really interesting that, you know, the residents that got really comfortable because I was there all the time and I was always doing fun things, you know, my mom and other Diane, which was the first one she'd befriended. I would paint their nails. And she was a kick. She was so much fun this other Diane, and she could still read, which I found fascinating. But she got really super paranoid. And that's one of the signs. That's one of the side effects of the disease. But you know, listening to you, did your father pass away before your mom? Yeah. He passed away in March of 2017, and she passed away. March of 2020, we got to we got to miss all of the trauma and drama of having a loved one in a community during COVID, which was great because I think I would have lost my mind. As my mom was not capable of zoom or FaceTime phone calls or window visits, none of that would have been available to us and I don't know what I would have done. I know a lot of people have pulled their loved ones out of memory care and I get it, but I'm so glad I didn't have to make those decisions. Well, it's hard. It really is hard. But one of the questions that I do have, did your father pass away you think from the stress of being a caregiver? Yeah. He was diabetic. He had a kidney, transplant in March is a month for us. March of 2009, it was a live donation from somebody he knew, and I don't still don't understand why, but he, he just continued on the path of, I'm going to eat what I want and die happy. Press me, that is not how it ended. And I think he was also on 26 different prescriptions because every time he had a side effect, they'd give him a new drug. Instead of stepping back and evaluating, you know, because and I blame the medical profession with this more than my dad, but still, you know, that's why you have to be able to advocate for yourself and have a good advocate person who's going to these different doctors appointments because my aunt was on, oh, I would say maybe 12 or 12 to 14 pills a day. And I couldn't understand it and so I talk about this in the book too. But I got her down to like four pills a day, like two in the morning and two in the evening, something like that. Which is manageable. It was really technically three pills, but two of the one of them she was taken twice a day. And when my dad came out of the hospital on hospice so they took him off some medications they added new ones. They changed others. I mean, it was just like, hello, my sister has an MBA. My husband and I have, you know, none of us are stupid. But it was so stressful it was like, if we do the wrong thing or we're going to kill him or like, oh, it was awful. And I do have and I don't know where it falls before or after this episode, I talked to a younger pharmacist who is training clinicians on how to de prescribe medications to this country, you know, we need to stop looking for a quick fix to what ails us because unfortunately, you know, yes, a pill might help, but it's not the only and final answer. You know, it's not double jeopardy. But I wish I tell people.

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A Meditation on Luke 10:21-24 for Tuesday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:25 min | 4 hrs ago

A Meditation on Luke 10:21-24 for Tuesday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Luke, chapter ten versus 21 through 24. Filled with joy by the Holy Spirit, Jesus said. I bless you father, lord of heaven and earth, for hiding these things from the learned and the clever and revealing them to mere children. Yes, father, for that is what it pleased you to do. Everything has been entrusted to me by my father, and no one knows who the sun is, except the father, and who the father is except the son, and those to whom the sun chooses to reveal him. Turning to his disciples, he spoke to them in private. Happy the eyes that see what you see, for I tell you that many prophets and kings wanted to see what you see, and never saw it, to hear what you hear, and never heard it. What word made this passage come alive for you. What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 hrs ago

World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels

"More than a million fans are in the country to watch soccer's big event. There's a lot to do. Take pictures with falcons, wander through the alleyways of traditional markets and ride on a camel's back. Ali jaber Al Ali is a camel herder. He says now we have 60 camels and even with 60 we can't catch up. We can't handle it. It's been busy and crowded. The tourist they love it. Argentina soccer fan Juan gua says it's actually an incredible feeling because you feel like a royal. Before the World Cup, Ali might fetch about 20 camel rides a day. It's been 500 rides in the morning, followed by another 500 in the evening. I'm Ed Donahue.

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Parents Outraged Over 'We Love You, Satan' Message in New Disney Show

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 12 hrs ago

Parents Outraged Over 'We Love You, Satan' Message in New Disney Show

"New Disney Christmas series out. Called Santa clauses, what is there more than one now? Is that how do they keep why did they keep messing these things up? Just go with the original. So the Santa clauses is a new children's TV series on Disney+. And it's a reboot of the original Santa Claus film starring Tim Allen, who is a great friend of this program. Anyway, one of the opening segments of the new children's series, and I think it's what a 6 part or 8 part series is one of these limited run shows. And the children spell out we love you, Santa. That's what it's supposed to spell out, but instead of the children's spell out, we love you Satan and a lot of people are posting screenshots of this on social media and moms and dads are just not very happy. They're wondering what the heck is going on? And this all ties in to an effort by the company you might remember a couple of months ago we talked about this where Disney and FX were producing a cartoon series about the spawn of Satan and that did not go over very well. This also falls in line with the Disney mantra that they are going to indoctrinate your kids and they really don't care what you think mom or your daddy. Because they know at the end of the day, you're still going to take your kid to Disney World. You're still going to go to Epcot center. You're going to go to Disneyland and you're going to let them experience the whole Disney vibe. They know that you do not have the moral fortitude or the courage to stand up to the Disney behemoth. So that's why they're not changing course here.

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The Transition Between College and Real Life

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | 12 hrs ago

The Transition Between College and Real Life

"So did you see your roommates? Because I'm always interested in you and your roommates, because that's when we began the broadcast. Yes, yes, I did see my whole 7. Is it 7? There are 6 of us total, so I have 5 others. So you saw all 5. I saw all 5. Was it nice? Oh, it was so much fun. It was just great. And we were all reflecting on the fact that no one right now is really thriving after college. The transition between college and real life is a hard one. It's sort of a slap in the face. If I'm being honest. Right. And it was nice to sit with all of them in commiserate because all of us are trying. But it wasn't, it's not been a slap for you. No, I mean, in some ways it has, but it's been far less of a slap for me because I unlike most of my roommates. I love my job. I have such a close relationship with you and with our producers and I, I feel like I have a lot of good things to say and I find a lot of meaning in my job. But still, I mean, it's hard from going from an environment. Where everything is structured. Your social life is built in your classes are built in and you don't have to make a living. You don't have to make a living and you know what you have to do. You have to do well in school. And that's kind of your life. Right. And then when you graduate in the whole world opens up to you, it's both liberating and daunting because you have to figure out what your goal is.

The Power of Billy Joel

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | 12 hrs ago

The Power of Billy Joel

"Time I ever went to Dennis house when I worked with him two summers ago, he, you know, I was expecting we were going to go in and be professionals and go to the office and read through newspapers and do, you know, intellectual things. And Dennis goes, no, I'm taking you upstairs to my music room. And he has this room in his house that is just filled with these futuristic looking music speakers. And I have to tell you I was a little bit skeptical. When you said, you said to me, what's your favorite song? I'm going to play it for you and it is going to be just as good if not better than if you were sitting in the first row at a concert. And I was skeptical. I had him play piano man by Billy Joel because all of you know I love Billy Joel. And it truly moved me to tears. Yes, literally. It was. I would say at least half the people I bring upstairs to hear that. Tears well up in their eyes. And by the way, I'm really a good person to vouch for this system because I have been lucky enough to be in the first row at a Billy Joel concert. Yes. You said to me, this either was as good or better. It's better actually because again, I don't want to sound ungrateful. I know how lucky I was to be in that first row of the concert, but it actually isn't the most pleasant experience being in the first row of a concert like that. Because the speakers are right there. Oh. And it's really, it's abrasive.

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How Men and Women Receive Insults

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 12 hrs ago

How Men and Women Receive Insults

"All, when I rule, when men in salt each other, it means they love each other. Right. There is no comparison. That doesn't exist in the female world. Guy shows up, dressed up at a wedding, and you go, God, you look ugly. Oh, if you said that to a woman, she would run to the bathroom and start crying. Because I've seen it happen before, I can tell you. But it wouldn't happen. That's the point. And if you would lose your closest friend, if you said that. Whereas I would get even closer to my closest male friend by saying that. See, I have a theory as to why this is. I think it's because women express an or aggression through being snarky. Did I just say no I meant? That is precious. You guys, this is horrible. This is one of the great moments of my Dennis lives for these moments. How many of them have we had on the show? Oh no. Is that precious? Annoyance. Edited out, Sean, edited out. Okay, go ahead. Hey, you know what? Yeah. Just because he's ribbing me here and he's highlighting this. I would like to expose him for a minute. Yeah, how so? I have corrected you several times. I know graduated from college and you still do it. I still do it. I am looking at you, my audience right now. I want to know, is there a difference between the error of he graduated high school in 2012 versus he graduated from high school in 2012 versus annoy me?

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Matt Palumbo: The Truth in 'The Man Behind the Curtain'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 12 hrs ago

Matt Palumbo: The Truth in 'The Man Behind the Curtain'

"I thought you'd be a great guy to have on today Because Soros is part of this kind of great reset crowd And you know I know the fact checkers love to bounce all over these term new world order great reset the irony being It's usually their terms Not hours But they love the idea of a crisis Appending financial crisis a healthcare crisis Because they want to reorder society from the top down Soros is one of these guys He took advantage of the George Floyd incident to leverage his assets into this defund the police movement got all these prosecutors elected and look what happened Yeah I mean one of the weirdest things about the book is you know obviously it gets portrayed And I covered a lot of this stuff but it gets portrayed as a conspiracy theory when all the information I got on source is from source I mean his organization society foundation does an annual report and it's almost like a corporate ten K like an annual report of corporation with an issue where they go through their income their expenses where the money is going and all the info in my book is directly from Soros And then the response I get is oh that's not only curatorial it's somehow anti semitic So it's obviously impossible to win with these people but yeah everything I exposed about Soros is basically sourced from source himself and you were mentioning the defund the police movement and the fact checkers I just finished up with manuscript on the fast checking industry and cover the Soros has something of a role in that He's actually funded the pointer institute which is PolitiFact's parent company And I stumbled upon it by accident because I was Googling Soros name and I saw it paid ads Did you know you can pay for it you know to have your ad placement on Google search results and there was a paid ad from PolitiFact And it said something like you know learn the truth about George Soros and it was one of these fact checks where they're trying to downplay him by debunking somebody tangential So they were saying like yeah it's not true he gave tens to hundreds of millions of dollars to Black Lives Matter He just gave the money to these 20 groups that believe it identical things to them and also protests and riots So that's kind of how they operate And yeah that's the source of gender right now

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Dan Bongino: The Market Will Correct Itself

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 13 hrs ago

Dan Bongino: The Market Will Correct Itself

"I'd spend a lot of time in college setting psychology and economics and business a lot You're citing your education you're probably a diploid so Dan you're a diploid I'm just asking you for a dispensation this one time Because I'm telling you this has been my life I love this stuff I'm passionate about it I study it all the time on my off hours on my on hours and my sleeping hours in school out of school I love economics as much as I used to love baseball in the 80s And what I can not figure out is why people continue to insist that the iron laws of economics are difficult to understand Build good products and people want them They'll crappy products and they won't Don't spend money you don't have because you've got to get it from some from someone If that someone doesn't give you the money then you've got to find it somewhere else Don't create too much supply for a product that outpaces the man Or else you're not going to have enough people to buy the products you just supplied and paid to create None of this stuff is hard Reminds me I thought it was an LBJ who told the Arthur raccoon who said I want to one armed economist because economists would come in and say on one hand and then on the other hand these are not hard answers There is no question we are in a massive economic bubble because the government printed a lot of money that people want to spend on houses and stocks When it corrects I don't know but remember this date market It's one 11 Eastern Time They say never read the time live on the air because some people listen on tape I don't care I hate stupid radio rules One 11 Monday November 28th Eastern Time that is Market it's going to correct itself It's only a matter of time It's not a matter of if it's a matter of when

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The Liberal Debate on School Choice

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 14 hrs ago

The Liberal Debate on School Choice

"Go with a more kind of a difficult one It requires a little more explanation School choice So the liberal idea because I understand the liberal but they don't understand us The liberal idea and the way they would defend themselves and say oh we don't need school choice We should have schools that give equality education to everyone And you hear that and you're a liberal who buys into the progressive label By the way great op-ed in The Wall Street Journal about that this weekend Nothing off topic but the guy was writing how we got to get past the label of conservative The conservative label is a terrible one It sits like you don't want any It implies excuse me you don't want any change Let's just conserve stuff Progressives are always going to beat us on the label Well look progressive progress Wow that's a so don't laugh I mean the marketing may sound stupid and frivolous and silly It's not Folks not everybody is into politics as you and I are Some people just accept it Like why would I want to be a conservative I could be progressive and into progress or whatever And you look at school choice and you see how they work They're branded And they say things like well everybody should have access to a quality education And you save yourself well gosh that makes sense Of course they should Except what they don't tell you is it's not what's happening The parents who finance the school system are being forced into schools It sucks because when you give anyone monopoly power over anything education anything else they're going to abuse it The left hates monopolies but they only love monopolies when they're in their best interests like the public school system where teachers unions give them money Do you ever notice that So the liberalism is a rotting cancer It is a metastasizing cancer on the body politic It won't work My point is because it can't So why do we keep doing it and keep walking into this both financial educational and cultural abyss where we're destroying ourselves piece by piece minute by minute second by second And the answer is because a bunch of useful idiots want this

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A Friendly Reminder: If You Feel Sick, Test for Covid

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:53 min | 15 hrs ago

A Friendly Reminder: If You Feel Sick, Test for Covid

"Oh, hi, rudeness, hi. Good morning. I want to add something to your warning there. Which is that even if you're fully vaccinated, that if you are feeling sick, test yourself. Get tested because you want to catch it early. And that's what happened, you know, my stepdad's in the hospital and that was one of the things is he waited to test until it was advanced and you can't get on the pax lova and all of that. So that's why I didn't have symptoms, but I tested yesterday because I was like, yeah. Don't you think that's part of it, rude, and I know you're in Louisiana now and so we're sending our love and light because we've all been through it and it's just I know you've had it like Chris and I have had it. Wait, oh yes, you've had a two I forgot. You finally. I got it in August. Yeah. But yeah, it is terrifying. We have a mom that's almost a hundred with Alzheimer's. It's just the sense in society that we're supposed to take care of other people or at least not be a to other people, right? Just depress me in the airport and on the plane and even in the nursing home. Like, nobody's wearing a mask anymore. I've gone back, you know, on the flights I wore a mask, you know? Obviously in the hospital, I. Just, it doesn't make any sense at this point not to, especially, like you said, as we're going into winter. And you know what? I also don't want to get the RSV bug the time. Right there. Yeah. So yeah, Doctor Fauci was talking about that. RSV flew, here we go. Hang on. We have vaccinations for clearly COVID, particularly with the updated boosters that are now available. We have vaccinations for influenza. We're already starting to see an early surge of both flu and RSV. We don't have a vaccine for RSV. This particularly problematic for children 5 years of age and younger and for the elderly. But there are things you can do with RSV is avoid congregate settings in particularly if you have a cold or a sneezing and stay home, wear a mask, wash your hands. And as Ruth said, get tested if you're feeling anything, right? But anyway, have some tests on hand, you know? Yeah. And by the way, some places, some pharmacies and I hate to be like, you know, you know, mister information this morning instead of making sodomy jokes. Oh, we'll get to those. We're going to want in with those. I saw what you did there. That's a mouthful. Anyway, there's, but you know, you can also some pharmacies if your insurance will allow it. They'll give you the test for free. And they will take care of it. Like a prescription or something like that instead of going through the whole, you know. Thank you. Thank you, mister. They will.

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How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:40 min | 21 hrs ago

How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

"When I wrote the Courtney Love story about her using heroin when she was pregnant, I was threatened with a lawsuit back in 1990 four, was it? But I stuck to my guns again. I knew my source was right. In one day, I lived in the building in the west village, the meatpacking district on her 95 horatio street believe it or not, Courtney Love lived there as well, and now one night we're both in the goddamn laundry room doing our laundry. And it was late at night because the machines were always never available during the day and, you know, we worked, et cetera, so you do your laundry at midnight, at 1 o'clock in the morning. And when she walked in and saw me, she made the sign of the crucifix when her thing is that she couldn't be near me. Like I was an evil force to deal with him, he started talking, I said, listen, you're a big story. You know that. You're always going to be a big story. But the source who gave me that story about you using is not a liar. I know I was tough to see that in print and it made you feel like shit, but I didn't write it maliciously or without knowing whether or not it was true. I never would have done that about a mother and a child. And she kind of understood when I met. When she began to get nice to me that night. And she said, look, I never used it while pregnant. And my daughter's my world, your story's not true, but I'm not going to look at you and treat you like shit. I just want to tell you a misinformed. I said, all right, Courtney, you know, and I remember walking, we lived in the same floor. And I had to pass her apartment to get to mine. So we're both bringing a laundry back to our rooms. And she gets the hard room. And she opens it up, and we talked for 30 seconds by her door. I remember her plot was so filthy. Pizza boxes, beer cans, every day, and Drew Barrymore was living with her at the time, or crashing there for a while, just a messy ass room, and you know, we parted kind of friendly, my daughter's my world, okay, you know, okay, you know what? Fine, no problem. And then after that talk, whenever I'd see her at a party or a function or a premiere, she always make it a point to say hello to me and she come over and give me a kiss on both cheeks. And that felt nice. Whatever you think of Courtney Love, it doesn't matter, but to have people or to have other celebrities see that I had her respect. That was important to me.

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Alyssa Milano Trades in Her "White Supremacist" TESLA for a Nazi VW

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:29 min | 21 hrs ago

Alyssa Milano Trades in Her "White Supremacist" TESLA for a Nazi VW

"Alyssa Milano goes on Twitter. Oh, I love this. And she's so happy to tell everybody. I gave back my Tesla. I bought a Volkswagen I love it. I'm not sure advertisers can buy space on Twitter. Publicly traded company products being pushed in alignment with hate and white supremacy doesn't seem be a winning business model, Elon is she the dumbest leftist cult member of all time. This is the girl who wore a crocheted face mask during the pandemic, not realizing that there are holes in there that are as big as the Panama Canal to a germ like COVID. But what she's not understanding or didn't bother to care about is what many of us have known. Volkswagen was literally founded by the Nazis and Adolf Hitler. It originated during the Third Reich in an attempt to create an affordable car for German people. So Volkswagen used both Jewish and non Jewish forced labor. And they also operated for a concentration camps and 8 forced labor camps on its property. But listen, Alyssa Milano loves her Volkswagen, but will not be caught dead in a Tesla.

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John Berlau Describes Sam Bankman-Fried's Well-Connected Family

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 22 hrs ago

John Berlau Describes Sam Bankman-Fried's Well-Connected Family

"Bikeman free. I mean, this is, let's start with him. And I love your analysis there with a theranos issue which, by the way, I think is we are taping this is getting has been sentenced to prison time and all for what was going on with that. But I think it's an interesting analogy. How did someone of his age and I'm not taking back from age? I got no problem with somebody with great ideas. I don't care what your age is making a lot of money and but how did it go in a special industry such as this? Besides the democratic donor base besides some of the other stuff that they were throwing out a lot of money it places. One, how did he gain the money? I guess the thought that many people have. And then how did it become so quickly marketable in the political world? And then because there's reports that, you know, this issue has, you know, Ukrainian legs back to democratic donors. I mean, there's just all kinds of things going on here. Give us a little in front about him if you can. Right. Well, he is a pretty book smart guy and also smart at making social connections, but there's a saying knowledge doesn't even equal wisdom. But it also certainly helped the fact that he had prominent parents that his name is Sam bankman fried Barbara fried, headed to Silicon Valley pack that gave to democratic donors. And. Also his father, Joseph bankman, helped, according to fortune, draft tax legislation for senator Elizabeth Warren. So, I mean, basically Kevin O'Leary, mister wonderful on Shark Tank said, well, of course I trust him because his parents are compliance attorneys, but something to the effect. I'm paraphrasing what could go wrong. That's like trusting the biker with all the ingredients and never watching because nobody ever would think the biker would put something in there, you know? Exactly. Trust but verify as Ronald Reagan said in everything in politics and in business.

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A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:35 min | 1 d ago

A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 8 versus 5 through 11. When Jesus went into capernaum, a centurion came up and pleaded with him. Sir, he said, my servant is lying at home paralyzed and in great pain. I will come myself in cure him, said Jesus. A centurion replied. Sir, I am not worthy to have you under my roof. Just give the word in my servant will be cured. For I am under authority myself and have soldiers under me, and I say to one man, go, and he goes to another, come here, and he comes. To my servant, do this, and he does it. When Jesus heard this he was astonished and said to those following him, I tell you solemnly, nowhere in Israel have I found faith like this, and I tell you that many will come from east and west to take their places with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob at the feast in the Kingdom of Heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 1 d ago

Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

"The granite state general Don bulldog. Welcome back to America first. Well, hello, sir. How are you? And I hope you listen as well. Yeah, we're preparing for Thanksgiving. We're having debates as to which is the best pie I can't decide between apple pie and pecan pie, but we've got bigger issues to discuss today. So I love the granite state I spent every summer there and offered my winters as well. I'm so sad the old man of the mountain fell off the mountain above franconia, more than a decade ago, but will you help us understand because we still can't work out the fetterman success in Pennsylvania, pennsylvanians, what have you done? Can you tell us what happened to you and what the people of New Hampshire did? Well, I think basically what happened was, you know, $56 million spent by senator Hanson on lies. And the lives were targeted based off of abortion, social security and Medicare. I saw them doing that across the nation. Marilyn's 8 by ten, people getting them every day, you know, she did for every one of my commercials, she did 5. And the money playing out the lies, I think, had a lot to do with it. It's fear. It's uncertainty. It created that in the younger generation, created that amongst women in the elderly, and then the fact that the Democrats do very well here in New Hampshire by taking advantage of same day voter registration and mail in balloting.

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It's Parasitically Destructive for Society to Focus on Racial Issues

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

It's Parasitically Destructive for Society to Focus on Racial Issues

"It's unbelievably parasitically destructive to our society to continue to focus on these racial issues. It will tear everything that we love apart. There is no middle ground. We have to have a conversation around this stuff. I look at everybody as human beings, okay? And you should too. Now, you might say, well, Charlie's having your color blind. Of course, I see color. I just don't put any judgment on it. It means nothing to me, nothing, and if it means something to you, that's more in the direction of racism than not. And people argue about systemic structural inequity and all this stuff. And that's tribalism. You are generalizing a group of people based on melanin content and characteristics that mean nothing. They say, well, Charlie, what does matter? How about this? Your actions matter a lot.

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Elon Musk Has the Keys to Twitter

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 1 d ago

Elon Musk Has the Keys to Twitter

"Elon tweets, of course. That I'm going to buy Twitter and everyone thinks he's joking, right? And then he goes in and buys something like 10 billion 10 $1 billion worth of shares. And his whole idea is like, I want to liberate Twitter. I want to make fun again. I want the Internet to be a place of speech and discussion and discourse, the people that are policing, speech right now on Twitter. It's making it very unhealthy for our country and that if you want to be able to participate and speak freely online Twitter should be a place for that. And it just got announced today, starting Friday, Elon Musk is going to have the keys to Twitter. Which is remarkable when you think about it. Now, if that bothers you, I'd love to hear why, right? I just, I don't know the counter argument. Like, oh, they're going to use it for his own billionaire oligarchic purposes. You're trying to tell me that Twitter is not being used for billionaire oligarchy right now. Right now it's being used for every one of the pet projects of the World Economic Forum. I'm open borders. Like every single one of the pet projects of the billionaire elite. Trends on Twitter, even though 500 people are tweeting about it. No, I actually think Elon Musk is very interesting where he just doesn't care what people say about him. He is a visionary and a pioneer and it gets to this question of why is America becoming less free? There's a lot of reasons why America is becoming less free. But the one that I'm focused on that really bothers me is not that we have elites, okay? I think that utopian egalitarianism is stupid and silly, it's never going to happen, okay? People say, one day, we're all going to be equal. And he equals stuff. That's stupid. It's not never going to happen, okay? Things end up being in hierarchies, okay? In sports, in music, in class, some people work hard. Some people have different gifts. It's life. It's not fair, but it's the way it is, okay? So things naturally develop in hierarchies. So the question should not be whether or not we have hierarchies, the question should be what are the people do once they're on the top of the hierarchy, okay? This is the question of better elites and our elites right now are awful. They're corrupt. They're stupid. They are arrogant, they're deceitful, and our elites are in tandem to try to crush all of you.

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Seek God's Correction

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:21 min | 2 d ago

Seek God's Correction

"Micah, chapter two verse 11. If a man should go about and utter wind and lies, saying I will preach to you of wine and strong drink he would be the preacher for this people. What a verse on a commentary on both the people in Micah's day and false prophets and Micah's day. God is saying through a faithful, true prophet, Micah, that his people just want to hear what they want to hear. They want to be encouraged and comforted to continue living for the prosperity of this world instead of being confronted and corrected in ways that would be pleasing to God, so I read this and I think, what about us? Do we want to hear confronting correcting truth in God's word? Do we welcome it and our hearts are we living with that kind of humility? I know I am prone to not want to be corrected, rebuked. By God's word or even by people who are sharing God's word with me, people who care for me and love me and want to help me grow in holiness, I can. I'm guessing we all can be prone to not want that and instead to just want comforting and encouraging words even if we're going in the wrong direction and are sinful foolishness, we can want to be encouraged toward selfishness and sin and at the same time here's a picture of Micah saying there are plenty of people who will do this who will encourage you and point you towards sin we live in a world where we are surrounded by people who are pointing us to that which is not from God and the danger is when there are even people who call themselves the people of God, who are doing this. So God we pray for your help in our lives for your Salvation from our own sinfulness. On a daily basis today, we pray that we would acknowledge God we pray that we would not ignore your correcting, rebuking, confronting, Holy Spirit,

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"love" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

04:27 min | Last month

"love" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"Love his ownership. Love his work. We all know that. Love is universal, meaning greater, and I mentioned this before, greater than its parts. Meaning it's greater than you and your partner. Love is nothing without respect. I think without respect. And you know, I've coached a lot of people where over the years, that's what fades. And people start talking to each other in shitty ways and they talk down to each other. They become competitive. They're holding this tug of war rope and what goes out the window is respect. And without respect, love doesn't can't live. I mean, it all starts with respect. If you don't respect your partner, I mean, try to be intimate with your partner if you don't respect your partner. I mean, you just, you won't be turned on, right? So love really is built on two people respecting each other first. Love is not found, but discovered, this is a big one. I think people think that love falls on their lap. Love is not found. By the way, I went from my garage because there's screaming parrots into my house, I hope it's quieter for you. But even in my house, I hear them out the window. Love is not found. Love isn't something you stumble across. It may feel that way because of how you met your partner, but it's discovered because love is built while you discover the person and yourself. And discover new definitions, right? Love is a slow burn. I really believe that after 49 years especially, so many relationships that a marriage love is not the lightning in the bottle. I thought that's what love was in my 20s. Because I would judge the love based on the hair sticking up on my neck based on my boner based on seeing angels when I meet someone and, you know, that whole lightning in the bottle feeling, locking eyes across the room. And that's not love. That's lust that's connection that's chemistry that's sexual attraction, sure. But that's not love as in a love that sustainable. I think a love that sustainable is a slow burn. It's peeling an onion, not biting an apple. Love is miss drawn by Hollywood. I think Hollywood teaches us that when you find your one and I don't believe in the concept of the one, but you are incomplete until you find your prints or princess and I think all of that is dangerous. Hollywood doesn't show the love behind the curtain, Hollywood only shows the trailer, not the documentary of love. Love is meant to stretch us. If we're not stretching, then I don't think we're loving. Love is a living, breathing thing. I see this often. That there is you, there's your partner and what you both are building, feeding, and it's a living, breathing thing that is love. And finally, love is life. Love is life. It's not the only thing in life, but. I think love is life. I mean, think about what life would look like without love. Flat, black and white, so yeah, love is life. Thank you for listening. I hope you are connecting to yourself and evolving and growing and thinking about your unhealthy patterns if you have any and creating a new blueprint and definition of what love looks like. Hey, before I go real quick, a couple of things, one, if you're not getting my text, check them out.

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"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

03:03 min | 8 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"Before Wednesday, I also had imagined what a caring and thoughtful separation might look like. Although we had completed the marriage part of our relationship, I intended to honor and love him until death do us part, so I approached the subject from that perspective. Later, he and I sat together, his arm around my shoulders, my hand tucked into his, as we worked out the practicalities. I suggested we keep our House and live in it together. We both loved our home and neighborhood, so we decided to be with split the house into two apartments. We would call a contractor to make the necessary adjustments and divide the dishes and silverware. Three years later, we had separate bedrooms, baths, kitchens, living spaces, studios, garden areas, and porches. One of my friends called it an elegant solution. It felt good to us. Once in a while, we walk our pups together along the snake river. Occasionally we go out to breakfast. We share newspapers and melons and celebrate birthdays and holidays. More than a friendly divorce, ours was a loving divorce. Liberated from the expectations, routines, and baggage of marriage. We can be Friends. And if we ever need each other, all we have to do is walk next door. And knock. This episode was produced by Julia botero, Hans buto, and mahima chobani, our show is edited by Sarah Saracen. This episode was mixed by Alicia Ito. The modern love theme music is by Dan Powell. Original music by Hans buto and Dan Powell. Digital production by mahima Giovanni and a special thanks to Ryan Wagner at autumn. And to all of our listeners who shared their stories and their songs and their time with us. A big shout out to Kate Mitchell on Helen cosgrove mihaljek and Sarah molinaro. Modern love was founded by Dan Jones, Mia Lee is the editor of modern love projects. I'm Anna Martin, this is the final episode of the season. We're taking a little break and then we'll be back in a few weeks with a brand new collection of stories. Until then,.

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"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

04:11 min | 8 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"I didn't have those words. I don't know, I still really feel something when I listen to that song and I still enjoy it. You would think I wouldn't, but I like listening to it still, but it's very conflicting..

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

05:01 min | 8 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"A lot of feelings. When I was 14, I wrote the lyrics to ghost by the indigo girls on my converse high tops. The song is this whole tortured look back at a love that starts in adolescence. And I wanted so much to be destroyed like that. I wanted something huge and big that would just sweep me out of this tiny, small conservative town that I was in. This love with a woman that would change my life so much and there are lyrics about how this love starts like a pinprick to the heart. And then the person is swept away and starts to drown. There's not the immensity of it, even if it was lost in pain was so deeply alluring to me. And I wanted it so badly. Of course, having no idea how hard and difficult and extremely excruciatingly painful actual heartbreak would be years later. I loved it so much. And I kept it so close and I still have those shoes. Hi, I'm on kit. I am a sophomore at Amherst college in Amherst, Massachusetts. So when I was 16, I met a girl. We went to different schools in different towns, but she got my SnapChat. And she started snapping me. That it was all day. Pretty much every day for at least a week. And one night, she called me. I'm in the dark in my bedroom. My parents are, as far as I hoped, asleep downstairs. So I kept my voice quiet. And we talked about our friends or school or lives. And she asked me what music I listened to. And I said what I was really listening to at the time, which was fight music by D 12. You hear something and you can't refuse it it's just like music does not a romantic song. But I sent it to her. And she sent me back a video on SnapChat of her with her wire headphones in the dark like me. Nodding along to the whole song. And she was smiling. And I had never felt like this before. That this girl, she liked me for me. I didn't have to pretend. I listened to that song. On repeat on repeat on repeat rewind rewind, rewind on my take deck. So my boyfriend made me a tape of I'll be missing you by puff daddy and faith Evans. And we agreed to play it in our walkmans every morning at the same time. This love 16 teenagers, we only cared about the chorus lyrics. Every step I take, every move I make. I miss it we adopted this song as a song on repeat on repeat on repeat, rewind rewind, rewind. Hey, I'm calling from Dublin and my song is works on by hozier. In the summer of 2015, I was working for a volunteer wildlife expedition and it involved hiking over the mountains and camping in tents. And I was feeling very sorry for myself because I was away from my girlfriend. And works on, is this really slow? Mournful, love song. There's nothing sweeter than my baby. He's talking about. His love is like pining for. Give me two fix just from kissing me. I was listening to that album and repeat that summer. On one of the last weekends, I got just blackout trunk with everyone else. And I made a terrible mistake, and I slept with someone else. Cheating on my girlfriend. Working through it, we stayed together, but I really hurt her. And I realized years later after talking to people about it that I didn't strictly speaking consent to what happened, and as much as there is a stigma about cheating and cheaters, there's as much about being victimized like that, I guess. I got hard to say that. When referring to myself, 7 years ago,.

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"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

04:33 min | 9 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"When I was a child, opening the next package felt like a treasure hunt. As I grew older, it began to feel like something far more fundamental, like air, or community. Something.

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

06:03 min | 9 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"God, I hope she picks up, we just talked..

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"Think twice. It's all right. Nice. Treated me unkind you could have done better I don't mind. You just kinda wasted mine precious time but don't think twice it's all right. Came across it probably on YouTube when I was splitting up with my first boyfriend, high school boyfriend. We met in poetry class, we were both pretty dramatic and much like people like subtweet, you know, we've kind of like subtweet each other in our meaning like you'd write poems poems for each other, but we didn't really get to know each other that well. And this song was about that of trying to mourn a relationship where you really don't know the person that well, maybe it wasn't the deepest love, but it was meaningful. So I had this as my anthem. I recorded myself singing a karaoke version of it on iMovie. I can't jump past that. You recorded yourself. I found a karaoke version on YouTube as in just the instrumentals. Just the instrumentals with the lyrics across the screen. It was you in your bedroom. It wasn't even my bedroom. I was in my communal family living room. Singing a karaoke version of don't think twice. It's all right. Yeah. Oh, it's hard to top that, but Dan Jones, hello again, to you as well. Oh, yeah. What about you? What's the song that taught teenage you about love? 16 year old me was around the time that the movie Saturday night fever came out. Somehow I snuck in, my Friends, and I'm sitting there, you know, the beginning of that movie is John Travolta striding down the streets of Brooklyn. The song staying alive by the Bee Gees is playing, and he's walking to the beat and swing the can of paint to the beat and women walking the other way, their legs are like moving to the beat, and he's like turning around to catch their like butts moving to the beat and he was a working class guy like so many people I knew in Pittsburgh. But this whole thing was so sexualized and the Bee Gees with their falsetto voices that the whole thing was sort of this gender bending experience at a time when I didn't even know what the word gender meant. And it was just exploding with like sexuality and ways you can be in the world that we're out of the straitjacket that I've felt like I'd sort of grown up with at that point. I want to talk about the lyrics, though, because there's this one line where they say, we can try to understand The New York Times effect on man. What does that mean? I know I saw that, you know, at the time, I didn't know what the word gender was. I also didn't have never heard of The New York Times. It was like the media's effect on men like working class men like John Travolta. Well, I mean, 16 year old you might not have heard of The New York Times, but I mean now you work here. And you've created a really iconic part of it. You are the founder of modern love, 18 years ago. You started the column. And I want to thank you, Dan, and I also want to thank you Mia for trusting me with a little part of it. Thank you, Anna. It's so good to have you join us here. Yeah. Welcome. Welcome. I'm so excited for the new season. Thanks so much. Okay, we want to hear your stories of being 16. What song taught you about love and what did it teach you? Share your story by sending an audio recording to modern love podcast at NY times dot com or by calling the phone number in the episode description. We will add your song to our Spotify playlist and maybe use it in an upcoming episode. Our show is produced by Julia botero and Hans buto. It's edited by Sarah Saracen. This episode was mixed by Alicia, YouTube. Dan Powell created our modern love theme music and original music throughout this episode. Digital production by mechani and des iba and a special thanks to Ryan Wagner at autumn. I'm Anna Martin. Thanks for listening..

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"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"It only makes sense to me. I used to do like huge collages. You know how mood boards are like huge now? I do. Like I was doing that at 16, but using my bedroom wall and so I just had piles of like 17 magazine and cutting out all the stuff that I thought my life would look like and I thought, you know, love was on the horizon for me and I was gonna have the American teenage dream. I wanna look at these lyrics because they are sort of wild. There's one verse where they go. I know you've never loved the crinkles. When you smile, you've never loved you stomach with thighs the dimples in your back at the bottom of your spine but I love them in this tell me what 16 year old you heard in those lyrics. I always had issues with, you know, body dysmorphia and eating disorders that I'm open about and I think hearing that I was like, oh, wait, maybe there isn't anything wrong with my body and maybe someone's gonna dig it someday. Which is kind of crazy that one direction was my first step into body neutrality. Like, thanks, guys. But if this came out now and a group of boys were like, I love your stomach and your thighs, even though they're not okay to me, but I love them anyway. Excuse me, what, what? You still have to squeeze into your jeans, you never want to know how much you weigh, but you're perfect to me. I just feel like we don't need to be talking about those things anymore when it comes to discussing love and affection and validation from your partners. This is a song that came out like over ten years ago by and it was by a group of teen boys, you know? And I'm 26 now. And I know that that is not where my value comes from,.

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"Came across this article in The New York Times about the me too movement in Iran. I just wanted to know more. I wanted to understand more. About infrastructure. Vaccine rollouts. I was reading about grandma's road tripping all over China. About child care. NFTs. The modern love stories. She told me how important the crossword puzzle was to her. And so then it started to become something that we shared. The times always zooms in and connects me to people around the world. I'm Jordan from Atlanta, Georgia. My name is Lana. Phil, and I've been a subscriber to The New York Times. From the time I was a child. One year and 11 months for 8 years. The New York Times.

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"love" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

04:40 min | 10 months ago

"love" Discussed on Modern Love

"Davis and read by Kirsten Potter. When Lou Reed died, I got on Facebook and found out just how many friends had chosen I'll be your mirror as their wedding song. I wasn't one of them. But that song more than any other taught me about love..

"love" Discussed on Love Letters

Love Letters

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"love" Discussed on Love Letters

"We talked to Naomi and Chandler separately for this episode. The day we interviewed Naomi, she was in Las Vegas, packing up to make the move to Nashville. Chandler was there, too. And he had some very big plans for that night. I had known that I wanted to get engaged to her for quite some time. This plan had been about 5, 6 months in the works. Our two year anniversary is September 13th. So I'm texting her, leading up to this. I was like, hey, I really like to do something big for your anniversary. Just let me plan it out and then that'll be kind of my gift to you. I'll get reservations, I'll get a hotel. Really nice stress, really nice suit. And while we're at dinner, I have about 15 of my of our friends, go up to the suite that is overlooking the entire strip, and they decorate it with flowers and rose petals and balloons and I texted them when I was on my way up from dinner and I would walk in. I had all these pictures up of us. She sees me grab the ring. I asked her to marry me. Everybody came out of the bedroom that they were hiding in and surprised her and we all had champagne and stuff. Some of it was blacked out to be honest. She doesn't remember anything. I knew that I knew what I was going to say in the moment. I told her that she has been an incredible friend, an incredible partner, an incredible girlfriend. And she makes me want to be the best man that I can be. Every single day. And the title of the girlfriend just wasn't going to cut it anymore. I.

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"love" Discussed on Love Letters

Love Letters

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"love" Discussed on Love Letters

"I don't say this, I'm gonna regret it..

"love" Discussed on Love Letters

Love Letters

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"love" Discussed on Love Letters

"Chandler pretty clearly is making a move. Naomi is into it. They're pursuing each other. Not exactly the original plan for this experience. It's also kind of a problem. Dating and relationships are frowned upon on deployment, and they both know this. Still, Chandler and Naomi start spending just about every waking hour together, both on and off shift. One night, about two weeks after they meet, the high stakes of their work becomes particularly real. There's a normal day. We were on our way to work in two separate vehicles. I was with the girls. He was traveling with his crew members. And a rocket comes over the fence and lands a couple yards to the right of our vehicles. I heard something that sounded exactly like a firework and immediately made me think of 4th of July. But it was super close. It was like super surreal, and then right next to us was this explosion. You know, I was like, oh, this is real. Couldn't have been more than 20 feet over the bus. We had to gun it full speed to the gate. Everything was blacked out at that point because as soon as there's a rocket attack, they shut down the bay, shut down the airspace, everything. And so we get in there, we're plugging away at the computers, handling those situation. And then a couple hours later once everything calms down, Chandler just comes into the Intel office, so where I'm working and he's like, hey, how are you doing? And I just looked at him and I'm like, that was really crazy. And he just hugged me so tight. It just puts you in perspective really quick how easily things can happen and you got to really hold onto your loved ones while you have them. Naomi and Chandler grow closer and closer. They're asking each other big questions between shifts. The kind of things that a lot of new couples wouldn't get to for months. But their relationship hasn't gone far past talking. Naomi decides, it's time to change that. I think I really wanted to direct how their relationship was going to go, because I didn't want to just put myself out there. And so one day I think I was like, hey, do you want to hang out after work? We could just go hang out and get food or something. We knew we were interested in each other not only emotionally but physically as well. Really, I just kind of wanted to kiss him. And so we went into the shared vehicle that.

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"love" Discussed on Breathe Love & Magic

Breathe Love & Magic

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"love" Discussed on Breathe Love & Magic

"From your perspective? Yeah, brene Brown is really the researcher on both shame and vulnerability. And of course, it's often shame that creates the sense of vulnerability and that from which we then hide. But of course, I'm going to go back to the reference of the small or egoic self that personal self, which has its own kind of stories and agendas. And that's the part that feels the shame or feels vulnerable. It feels like it has to defend itself and might be not liked or judged if it says the wrong thing. And if we can recognize that we're so much more than that, like we're so much more than just our personality and our body and our story, then our history, where we've come from. We're way more than that. We're divine beings. We're souls that are eternal and that are just journeying through time and space. And have a presence that is so much bigger than whatever it is that we are experiencing or have experienced as human beings in this lifetime. The gift of vulnerability is really the ability and willingness to show up in any relationship parent child, partner, friend, whatever, and say, here's me. Here's me as a frail and fallible and limited human being with all of my neuroses and insecurities. And I know I'm more than that. And I'm trying my best and I hope that you person on the other side of this conversation will show me your vulnerable self and that we can meet each other there and take care of one another in those tender places, but also not stop and see each other just as that. But really hold space to see one another as the glorious and eternal spiritual beings that we are as well. So what's the benefit then of being vulnerable? Compassion, I would say, compassion for yourself, compassion for another person, just the recognition that we are multi level beings. And as we meet each other in compassion, that is an aspect of love. So we can't meet each other there if we're not vulnerable. Okay, I really see that. And you know, when I do dating coaching with women, a lot of women have had their heart broken and are very guarded now as a result. I spend a lot of time helping them understand that until you're willing to be vulnerable, which has nothing to do with being taken advantage of or being a doormat or anything else. And you can be smartly vulnerable, you don't have to wear your heart on your sleeve or whatever. But until you're willing to do that, you can't have a heart connection. You won't likely connect with a man at that heart level without that vulnerability. Absolutely. Absolutely. Because otherwise we're just showing up with a mask on. And so one mask means another mask. And there's nothing really genuine connecting there. So it is definitely through our open hearts, our vulnerable hearts that we can be met. But I agree, there is an aspect of discernment which needs to be present because not everyone is completely trustworthy or worthy of sharing our vulnerability and some people can kind of play the vulnerability card of victimization or whatever, and we don't want to go down that road either. It's not about pandering to a story of vulnerability. It's just the recognition that we all as human beings have a tender side. We do. Even the strongest among us have a tender side. Yes. So when I was dating, I dated 30 men and 15 months after 40 to find the man, I've been married to happily for a long time. So number 28 was this guy who was totally wrong for me, but I was so sick and tired of doing the right thing. And I don't care. I'm just going to do this. It's going to be fun. And when it stops being fun, I'm going to kick his butt out the door. So I made that promise to myself and I felt I could trust myself to follow through. And it was an incredible experience because first of all, I don't regret it for one moment. It was like so much fun. He was crazy, romantic, you know, it was a blast until it wasn't. Then I realized that in doing that, I allowed myself to be vulnerable with parameters, and so when I ended things, as I knew I would have to at some point because he was not the right man for me. I had to go through this period of recognizing that I could be resilient. And I had had my heart crushed in college and then just in a date for, I don't know, almost 18 years. I dated a little bit in there, but nothing too serious. Nothing ever went very far. And so it was kind of a long hiatus of being not being willing to be vulnerable. So right after number 28, I took a few weeks to recover and make my heart feel better and become a whole again and build myself up and regain my optimism and started dating and I met 29 and 30, 30 being my husband, Paul, and 29 was also an amazing man. And so those were the first two men out of the 30 that I'm not that I had a heart connection with and I had to choose between them. So it was really an amazing, incredible shift that my willingness to be vulnerable provided and it was obviously for me very worthwhile. Absolutely. And I mean, that's an interesting story. I didn't know, you know, about your history. But I have known other people who have been heartbroken, obviously almost every one of us. But some people do just stop. Their heart broken once, and they stop. They stop putting themselves out there. They stop being resilient. To me, that speaks to this complete identification with the story or that personality self that the fields rejected or feels unworthy of love in some way. And when we can know ourselves as more than our human essence and our history, when we really have some sense of ourselves as spiritual beings that are transcendent of all the experiences of our lives, then that, to me, is what brings resilience. I've had my heart broken so many times. And I just keep coming back for more love because I know that there is a love that is greater than what I've exchanged with human beings so far in this life. And so that's what I'm constantly trying to tap into. And certainly feel like I do a lot more now than before, as a result of the practice that we started talking about at the beginning of diving into what is this devotion? What am I devoted to? How do I surrender to this great cosmic energy, you want to call it magic? That's fine. I mean, whatever language we want to give to it, it doesn't matter. It's rendering something to something greater than ourselves. And that to me is the essence of it. Got it. I saw another line where you said the key to our freedom is the active practice of loving. So I'm wondering if you have one of those examples of daily practice in that or how you want to better describe that so we can understand what you mean. Well, I think we all know sometimes.

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"love" Discussed on Breathe Love & Magic

Breathe Love & Magic

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"love" Discussed on Breathe Love & Magic

"Number two thinking your time for love has passed. Passed you by. For women who are older and single, due to divorce or may be being a widow, somehow, some of these women get this idea that their chance of love is over, like, I had my chance and that's it. That's all I get. Somehow they assume that there is, I don't know a love quotient. You only get so much. And you get to be in love one time. And that's anyone can and should expect. But this is not true. Many women have multiple long-term relationships or marriages, and find love again at 50, 60 or 70. Why would you cheat yourself out of this possibility? Of having loving companionship and romance later in life. There's just no expiration date on love. You can find love at any age. Right now I have several clients, women in their 60s. And they are finding plenty of men to date. Honestly it's such a throw to talk to these women in their 60s. And here, how much fun they're having, meeting lots of men, learning about themselves, discovering about what modern dating is like. And we have a great time talking about all this. It's not all. You know, chocolate and roses by any means. And everybody has their share of bad dates and disappointments. But there can be fun. And you can meet a lot of men, love has not passed you by. So let that idea go. Number three seeking perfection in a man. All right, forgive me. I'm just going to be really brash in my statement, but no man is perfect, and neither are you. Of course I'm not either. I'm just saying no one is perfect. Everyone has flaws. That's part of being human. The good news is you don't need a perfect man in order to have a healthy loving romance..

"love" Discussed on True Love

True Love

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"love" Discussed on True Love

"Stop stop stop. We can't do this. i'm sorry. I just know i can't do this. I'm not going to be somebody's other woman. You will never be the other woman. Let's just keep this professional. Okay no more flirting no more late night tax. No more meeting in hotel rooms. He promised me that. No i definitely can't promise that they say that. Love conquers all bed. Love is blind. Hell no green love is messy and complicated in sometimes it can totally destroy from wondering the makers of blood ties and even the rich comes a new scripted series true love. I'm amber john williams. And i'm justin walker wipe on each season of true love. We'll take a true romance and turn it upside down inside out and give it our own spin. We'll share stories from the halls of power in dc to the movie sets of hollywood. What drives people to tear each other down when just a few hours before they were tearing each other's clothes off okay. Let's do it. True love premiers on august. Third on apple podcasts amazon music. Or every you're listening right now or you can listen to new episodes early starting on july twenty seven by subscribing to one three plus in apple podcasts. Or the wondering if we do this everything is going to change. Do you promise..

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"love" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word

For Women Who Love The F-Word

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"love" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word

"Self care. Does it sound like a luxurious treat in luxury experience. Now there are plenty of things you can do. That tone cost you very much money to have very good self care in deaf. All power of self love is unleashed number one. Change your sheets regularly so they smell nice and fresh to put on makeup every day and do your hair. Three iron your clothes and shoes. So you few smut four by yourself. A new laptop in fife pickup flowers from your neighborhood for your for your room six. Use this special stationery and right not to. Your mum am seven. Put on moisturizer and sunblock when you get off the shower. Eat make a body scrub from shugart and oatmeal number nine. Join the slow richman blueprint just for pleasure number ten. Go to beat at a good time so you feel rested the next day and so on and so forth so please share with me. Connect with me on social media feeds pooling instagram. And tell me how are you. Unleashing the power of self care and self enough You living a beautiful and happy life or are you living a life without the f. Word now is there an area of self love that you struggle with where there's fun clothes beauty rest relaxation exercise sex and relationships. I'll love to hear from you. Please believe you're worth spending time and money on your life were expand and you start to believe in yourself even more when you grow outside of your limitations fears and self doubts when you grow out of the needy other people's approval when you grow out of living up to expectations of others when you finally choose to give yourself permission this time that you will be able to own and love the f. Word being fabulous having freedom financial independence. Any happy family. We all have a part to play in this. This is your time and you are ready for the knicks. Their the more you take action in a consistent way the foster you built momentum and really grow your business now if you love to these episodes do rate review. 'em subscribe to our podcast. Atm's and spotify or any apps that you're using to listen in because it helped us to get found. Someone might just need to hear this episode. As always i love you appreciate you and thank you for being here. You are the reason why. I show up everyday to walk with you. Not in front of you. I'm right here beside you. Perfectly imperfect just wanna say celebrate an anchor positive experiences because you are with. You deserve whatever you want to create in the wall and you met. Most i love you. I see you in the next episode and by for now the i'm not consistent success. The kids are not the diamond within. You know other things this is. What must you can do it. Because i've done it as long as a mentor. Who can take you where you are now where you wanna be. You can cut your success. You can be different in order to make a difference in your business. Hasn't by being used by being you and only you gave yourself a second chance. Never say no to your philias as the woman. We have our hand. Never let your us hold you back. Quit thinking and life is really shot and killed pursuing what you've ever wanted to achieve women come together uh alone strong. Gather we are unstoppable. Prince is gold transforming alive through gate yesterday last year because action today. I'm going to sake more politics..

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