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Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence
"And then you have Georgia. And this is where I think the ultimate Trump endorsement power will be at tested at its most roots. I think, look, Herschel Walker and our Senate writes down here. Again, a very open primary, but at the end of it, Herschel Walker is had a commanding lead ever since he got in the race is his popularity. He's known. Nobody really in the state of Georgia who's watched football or anything else in the last 30 years does not remember Herschel Walker as a running back from the university of Georgia who led him to a national damage deal. And husband trophy. This is just not something that is unknown in Georgia and the Georgia football team is very powerful when you look at touching voters or hearing that you played for Georgia football. And again, with the problem coming up with this election in Georgia is the Trump endorsement is very much at play and very much a factor, but there's also the anti endorsement if you would that Donald Trump has made and going after Brian Kemp on multiple occasions. Brad raffensperger Secretary of State, attorney general Chris Carr. He said in endorsed Mark Jones in the lieutenant governor's race and at the same time put out a post saying that he would never endorse Butch Miller, who was the other one in the Senate race. So again, he's played in a lot of races, two in particular that I'm focused on and just to see from a take position is the insurance commissioner's race and the attorney general's rice here. Both Patrick witt and John Gordon, who's running for attorney general Patrick witt against John King for insurance, are facing incumbents in the primary. Right now, internal polling shows that these candidates are struggling with name ID, struggling to get caught up. The Trump endorsement helps them. The Trump endorsement sort of bills over that gap of lack of credibility with voters who don't know who they are with have been running for the tenth district. Congressional seat in this process, John Gordon had been on the sidelines completely, both of them announced their candidacies and get in the race during qualifying time. So this has been a very shortened race for them.
"mark jones" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
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"mark jones" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
"Nineteen seventies before his death like sixties and seventies as this glowing presence in a. It's like the luminosity. You can see in young even short clips on youtube where this twinkly eyed man with a pipe telling you how his grandkids and great grandkids. Allegra study Take him seriously but you can see in his eyes. You could see the light in his eyes shining. Yeah michael murphy. By comparison wanted to correct that kaffee fate yet. How she got that was a different psychic by this plea that we need this now. We need we need this tradition to be circulated and dispersed and we need a new generation. I think that right there is probably the greatest segue come up with to plug what you're about to offer. I mean you already mentioned it but maybe tell us a little bit more about what you're going to be teaching for the next two years. Well thanks and i mean. We're at the point where we basically go. This full tremendous group of people from around the world to go on this too. Yeah jenny together. Around psychic synthesis coaching in which i offer the teaching element of my colleague hosts supervision groups for people's personal development and that development that client practice but really the radicals thing adam is. It's in this tradition. I i mean you. You've inspired me tonight. I mean i felt like. I say just a few minutes ago when you're repeating this plea for this take tradition seriously. I do feel like there's a hidden. Luminous threat in the twentieth century the gulf frayed by the rises of took the rising forces of totalitarianism fascism in germany and then stalinist communism in eastern europe afterwards. And it's a tragedy really incredible things that humans have lived through But i intend to teach on this course. Some kind of summary of the history of psychology looking from the vantage point of the emergence of the real of the of the spiritual element an attempt to engage with Without shying away from that isa turk interest in fact putting them front and center. They were fronton center in their alive. And it's like every interpreter ever since has gone on. What if we just soften this. A bit will be more accessible to people. Well i'm not gonna judge that now. But i don't think that stands up now. I think you've come to a point in the development of the psyche. Way you have to decide you know you have to stand up and be counted. You know you have to decide what side you're on in in a way not in some simplistic political sense but just in terms of enter your spiritual life. Yeah yeah exactly. That is my attempt to do that. Exactly to teach yet to teach assadi with his full theatrical arraignments on to teach young exploring his personal psychic journey through what he considered to be independent autonomous realms psyche and i do think he is the great voyager of the twentieth century. I don't think between them. Both the super powerful but the late young stands out as testimony of a genuine Psychic trepelo actually arriving somewhere Of equivalent depth to the prophetic traditions of the last. Still the spiritual traditions of west. And i think jodi isn't that sense of disciple. I think young risks. Leon not getting it. But then he had to go through very intensely cataclysmic initiations and he was lucky enough or blessed in the grace to do that. In relative peace time supported materially and emotionally uneasiness. Touchily of course did not have such an easy fate in that regard but it did not deter such early but it may have affected the complexity of his output in other. Maybe just slightly. Less of side jeremy. We can read now engage with because of that attack on his life. I was literally just going to say that. I was gonna say that i often envy the tower and just the setup that young had and yes yes this the affluence was able to exist in and do the work and its life. I've never even come close to i. And and it's like it's such a privilege and then you learn about us as yolly like losing his home all of his papers and everything being burned and having to again regenerate and start over the neely write two books and he didn't even read those books in many ways. The who is bruno in louise age point astrologists helped him in the sixties. Put together the sites like a synthesis. Neil maho first section of it is actually a much earlier essay of his. The was already written so he struggled to A complete book. There were only a couple published in his lifetime. This psycho synthesis manual be active will and then transposable development which is a series of essays collected afterwards. Although i threw my original synthesis training which came from lady. Diana whitney who knew such every personally to make a cabinet synthesis. Trust to me through her offshoot of this sister trust in that we given various collected papers to So they're all other documents in the archive is full of the and i'm not sure even to this day. They've been fully documented and. I'm not sure you've been old of been fully released naive question marks about that but i i. I don't really another way to take those questions. So yeah i think your intuition is spot-on in an it's sad but the last point about young it can be simple for some people to reduce young to something in it. You can go back to the patrician privileged white man kind of thing you set Grew up in childhood. Poverty had nineteen minute walk to school every day which he frequently did with no breakfast. Alzheimer's shoes yeah. Yeah yeah You know this is a guy who was dedicated. Who was so bright to school. He was once accused of cheating because the chew couldn't believe that he done it and he married the second richest woman in switzerland and had an amazing life but plenty of rich. People exist in switzerland than in california. What have you then no out there. Building talent by hand and creating nonstick expert inscriptions in the original stick techs. You know they don't have a sit you know one of the forgotten gospels named after them the young co deceased or the young codex. They didn't invest that much in studies of latin and ancient greek. To find the original points of the spiritual impetus of these ideas now. That is all profound psychic and creates a dedication coming from an extremely powerful in a dementia. And i just recently. I got that book. Young's ought and i was just looking through. He would be a mina but intense symbolist imaginative autism in the western european cannon. He's gonna lead ever done is just paint yes. Yeah yeah i mean isn't a bedbug pieces are wonderful are on the end and just the the boldness in your late thirties to embark the redbook. Now that the black books have come out and you stieg. These voluminous texts that he drew on his own personal experience. I mean i'm doing well some days adam. If i managed to write my dream down in my dream. Diary with roy until with a three year old. That wants to play with me on something. I mean i i. I salute him on that level. profoundly fails by comparison but to things ulta that understanding won the truman he lived through and to his faith in that the best of that theological vision so from Sanjiang point of view the genuine spiritual teachings already existed and you just had to follow them whereas young was to honorary in a certain way too stubborn to accept that he had to find it through his own journeying in the psychic landscape. And that's the fundamental difference between of no way. How can people sign up to this course. I'm sure there's a few that are eager to please. Email me directly School if you also risky interested because it's starting very very soon and reading. We do have a full group. We'd be squeezing into supervision groups at this point yet. Remarkably basically forty people around the world of said yet loved the idea. Let's go on this journey together and sleep them for it but we will run the version. I'm going to recall it. All my teaching side and then we will do a flexible supervision groups other times as other people's interest grows in the program. We can make that happen. But you can just photo while. I'm doing a pluto. School dot com as the counseling skills for astrologist. Course which gives some idea. People interested in astrology was psychological. Understanding of this kind can help inform your work or your understanding of astrology. And i look forward to speaking to you and your listeners. Again soon item. I do enjoy conversations and i v. I felt fired up anyway and now i feel even more fired up. I i wanna live in honor of these people and it's notice respect to the old appears in the realm of astrology. But right from the beginning i have based my career development on the old famous figures in strategy i've based on Response to riposte jodie my response to call yale my response today in regina. I'm trying trying to be hubristic here. I'm not trying to say Elevate my states and just trying to say in my in a side kick life since my twenties. I have been in dialogue with these figures in some wrestling with the angel kind of way. It's just a profound anthony to share any of the results about with people or to listen to other people similar wrestling with the diamond to clear. You've obviously spent a lot of time with these characters. their ideas. yeah whether it's wrestling day mon or getting ripped apart by light. Something's been happening. That was that was the best line of your of your poetic. So daiki mark. I gotta run. I got. I got dinner but yeah of course. We'll do it. You speak again soon. Adam last things. My friend blessings. Yeah right back at ya and you hope you before i leave so we'll be in touch all right. Bye bye. so what does happen when light rips through your personality such a good image again marks website pluto school dot com. If you want to listen to more mark and i just scroll down on your podcast out. There's many other shows the last one we did was on the planetary nodes. I believe in his new book on the subject and was a great pleasure to speak with mark. I always learn something new and yeah hope you too few enjoyed the show. Listen stars in a review. Take a screen. Shot said it to me. A link with the class of your choosing if you want to become a patron of the work and get access to the parlors and all the discounts and even learn astrology become a professional astrologer that's all done at patriots dot com slash atoms summer. And there's even free crypto classes of you that are interested in getting in this final wave and the show is brought to you by solar fire does use promo code so ma to get fifteen percent off of the program music in the background. I like it too bit strange. But hey ryan teague is his name if you want to check out his music ryan teague league and saga. I'm gonna leave you with is one of my favorite songwriters of all time sean. Hayes not the actor the songwriter. And it's the song called politics. And yeah i like the little story i told about some of the abrasiveness of cancel culture and not wanting to deal with certain facts in reality and this wild wave that we're living in you know at some point. I think we all need to check ourselves around our doom scrolling. And how much we're taking. What are those calories looking like and just.
"mark jones" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
"Rejection of the modern discourse because discourse has lots of power in it has lots of sense of insincere people trying to do good trying to rush figure things out is the difference between sort of conspiratorial rejection of that rationality through unconscious projection. And you know kind of invisible psychic fu to authority et cetera. The difference between that and the trends personal challenge the trans rational challenge to that will which is the mind that has been reorientated Absorption of light cannot see that rational discourse in the same way. This is central to the work of on Ban the french scholar of sufism had big influence on young and was of course the massive source of lots of james hillman's ideas that he reworked in a more modern and i would say slightly watered down way in many ways compared to cool batons intense mysticism. But when you've seen the light in the most complex multidimensional sense rather than just you know taking some ancient text from a pre existing culture trying to live in the modern world which seems some atavistic. When you have truly seen some sort of essential origin state of your own being the parts of the so-called rational discourse just seem like the noise of insects the buzzing noise of insect compared to that propounding profound unfolding truth. And that's a much greater challenge. And i genuinely believe now that you can essentially no that challenge directly. They are involved in that process directly. I think russia has his moments. And it's from those moments that much of the origin of the best of modern psychological spiritual astrology comes from a nazi completely different challenge to the discourse on an even from that vantage point. Some really sincere. you'll get analysts. I massively respect. You can see that kind of trying to dodge the whole. What's my true origin question. What is soul. What is my true nature. And i adam. I yearn for spiritual psychology the stops dodging the fundamental questions. One that's the pad to put itself on the line and say yes. This is account of you to the molten so reasonable pokes milton discourses various cultural inflections conditioning. Factors influence every facet of truth. Is no way you can say any moral various things while you can when the light is streaming from you all streaming from something that is true and you can see other things that aren't true and you can see in that light that they fall away by comparison that some things are more true than others. And it's not very fashionable and it seems to the modern liberal manager nation like it's terribly high rachael or something but it's not as just true. It's just true. The genuine spiritual love radiates a degrade to distance from the heart from which emanates than jealousy which is like a dog fuzzy energy around people. It's simply a truth. Once you are informed by the background presence as to that truth but of course everyone is going to say. that's terribly subjective. Will the voices come back. And they're reasonable voices and some of it needs to be listened to but the problem with all of the soco reasonable voices. They have never seen that. Think they con- understand these people in the best you can analysts. Very few of them have had experiences like young has that he. Did you know that. He details in the red book in films garden. The blue orrick agatha christ appears in films garden too young. I don't think young is sat there in some sorta stoned per just making things up like he's drawing some icon. Some old paint so of a office document awesome. This is a man who has gone somewhere and is being visited by a genuine autonomous psychic presence. And once you have been visited by such real presences your relationship to the modern of so reasonable dialogue changes and yet we have to be careful because the mulmino surreal reasonable. Dialogue is not insincere and many people that don't share of us or political or social views or spiritual views not insincere. You see if you'll primarily situated in the intellect usa vital the philosophy and you cannot find an intellectual logical argument show. That spirit is real. You become an atheist and you think that's a reasonable statement. But that's because the intellect conn show you the real as like a formula because the real transcends any formula that anyone ever dreamed up even assistant is beautiful and his complex astrology so fundamentally the mind can never know that truth so we see at tracked because they identified themselves the deep version of themselves with the mind. And that's support chill truth because the mind is a deep aversion of yourself than many of your subjective feelings and moods and physiological states at the same time. It's not soul is a chasm between the mind in those terms and soul and young and essentiality with people brave enough and beautiful enough to cross that chasm with their own little rickety bridges building them by hand as they went in and that's pretty dumb intense and that's the crazy path. We go to follow. Seems to me quite poetic tonight. Barak i must say it's a rare thing i think cost subject that powell and i love the way you put a well. And let's just be frank here for a second positing freud originate travel psychoanalysis young the great interpreter of that in elevator of it to a deka collective trend intended level and then That kind of weird young brother young nephew cousin cousins coming in with this intensity vision making this more collective direct spiritual psychology very early on. You know it's been picked up since by people like stein's left growth in different way transposed. Null i mean that's much going back through the freudian route but bring into union territory or someone like almaz hameedullah diamond approach. I mean i think reading emmy delays work particularly the diamond mine series point of existence in the podium price helped me understand. Essentially in in a honest is concept. Investments helped me understand what essentially is reaching for the. I sell faxes but that this is so easy tarragona. It's beautiful. That audience is growing around some of my work. some of what. You're doing the fines. This beautiful thing interesting. But i mean the idea. The academic psychology department go any interest or indeed anything to do with this. This is more. Like new age spirituality or something to people or in the fringe territory of astrology is and yet young's a major figure and and people recognize that in his lifetime and went to visit him Essentiality was involved with the founders veselin and teaching in the west coast. I mean but they fascia. It's your oh.
"mark jones" Discussed on Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Holes to Heavens
"That nature through psyche as always trying to reorganize itself is that a proper understanding of his approach absolutely. Yeah he also used. Synthesis is an inherently organic phenomena. It's happening of it's own. But the psychologists therapist guide is someone that exists to ally with an individual In order to conduct a heightened conscious engagement with that growth. And that's really what i see myself doing in the world my best i am. I am ally with people. I am becoming crucial part of team. Whomever whilst they go through this intense period of development in their life. And i'm that use my skill set in awareness. You know to help them see what they can't see. They turn round enough to catch their own shadow to chase their tail. The i'm there to help them. And i think that's a tiny combustion were dishonest. I need that. Ready rather wonderfully and i agree with you. I mean i think the late young becomes that figure but it's it's really interesting if you look at their natal charts. I did this. Assessment once the asteroid jayco station in the uk the pluto neptune cycle of freud in freud's pluto's interest but not in pisces. By the time and freud is famously resistant to spirituality or religion. Even though many people have written books showing floyd has an unconscious relationship to the occult or even to certain religious symbols and he suddenly pro into the feeling of founding his own religion and then youngest born pluto neptune in tourists but no near each other but that during the same sign and he gets closer and over. The period of his life in his moon is sandwiched between them over the course of his life he fuses them. I think in a conscious in visionary way that's quite incredible So i think the late too young is right there with such possibly even beyond essentiality but essentially the first one born pluto's denali gemini next. Choose right to the end of tourists but that conjoined that within six degrees And rojas born at that same conjunction you get these figures as pluto. Necc- come closer together in the late eighties and around eighteen ninety nine such early born in eighteen eighty eight. You get this. These people born ready to be more visionary more rapidly assadourian roggio are into into studying the also fee on the like in their late teens and early twenties. They're attracted to these intense spiritual philosophical mystical visionary systems and psycho synthesis is cohesion out Spiritual path within the sophy that he then Let's just stay within him. Any tries to squeeze the psychological essence from it which he tries to make separate from the so. The people can gain the benefits of it without having to adopt an allegiance to the us that he himself personally had. He is no doubt disciple of that system of the angels of the masters. Have you cool it. But he does know insist on that was within synthesis. Synthesis is a sort of eclectic democratic. Haw vision of the self of this ice axes which actually mirrors certain key ideas and the also like the fact that the soul and cuisine in the high mental body from the intuitive. But it audie. So that's the kind of self in Egged i ground and then it has this line down that he called the i self access to the true i in your heart which is kind of like a kind of anchoring point of individuality which he also has the personality suffused by the radiance of the soul. If you like and it's fascinating to me that very few people understand this link in the modern world of teachings like a synthesis for example many of the key chooses. I mean i was speaking to a lady just this morning studying psycho synthesis who had brought up some Interests with the shooter and the shooter at kind of shut down around it because many of the people teaching psycho synthesis in various prominent schools. Do not understand or appreciate Personal dedication to the path of discipleship as recorded by alice bailey. All in classical the sophy and said that they can't see the links essentially extrapolated that organic vision of growth talking about into a model that includes your spiritual essence as paul to that organic development that it would be natural inorganic fuel depot soul to reach out to you through time through a kind of psychic radiance a resonance to your true sell that over time your own soul would be shining something toward you as a person that if you could only step back from yourself enough or clear your emotional physical condition to ns efficiently. You would see that emergent light from your own causal nature shining through you in the moment so essentially extrapolates these intense spiritual truths and he makes them much more pragmatic and psychological rather than rooting them in classical. Theo sophy which is very complex and turgid and has this sort of feeling of a kind of victoria nor nineteen ten's nineteen twenties cosmic bureaucracy with various masters ruining different raise and different activities on the south by and he takes that in turns into something much more direct in a you have a true i beyond your conditioning sub personalities beyond being the good boyfriend mother or the good go boyfriend teacher beyond being a brother or sister or parent beyond the roles in life beyond. You know the people that work for you. Will you working for someone else beyond topdog underdog beyond fidelity to coors lease things that he called success. Nazis little mirror aspects of that radiance. They can be genuine. He's not saying that necessarily false that they could be. He sang that genuine. But there are fragmented light if your true i and here on deliberately using a phrase that good used to use in to find the true i the actual center of the radiance and that's at the heart of essentially vision and that's at the heart of his vision right from the beginning. That's his real power. The everything he ever did had that vision in it right from the beginning whereas someone like young comes from this much more analytical background and then later wrong after mid life discovers the true depths of his visionary cooling and then of course you can see it back through his whole life in memory streams. Reflections talks about the spirit of the times. This is the spirit of the depths. He can see it once he looks back and in some ways young's processes more grounded but assange odi is aware of the deepest source of the truth right from the beginning in. It's probably why he's been deemed heretic since the beginning right like. He wasn't fully accepted by his colleagues. And it's probably why a lot of us don't know psycho synthesis to this day correct. I honestly have come to see that. And i didn't straight away but when you add see it's not just neutral. It's not just his this slim somewhat like multilingual charismatic but some more quiet italian mud that got sidelined in the whole circus of psycho analysis and psycho synthesis in various different psychology. No during the mid to late nineteen thirties and then into nineteen forty in the early years the middle. Yes wall His life personage family hub. Study papers pre existing work would directly attacked by violent totalitarian forces so that adds extra power to that narrative. It's not just a simple case of the world was ready for him. The ideas we're headed that time for they. Frankly i think some of them were. It's also the horror of that period of the war. You know it breaks up. Bridgier has been visiting just after strategy of personality in nineteen thirty six. He hangs out with the subject of the in florence and they form these connections looking at strategy together that talking about in a great teaches in that charts together and this beautiful potential that points so rajon immersed in young up to that point up to the mid late thirties. He's hanging out with the He's just written the strategy of personality which you could argue begins to define that crucial aspect of modern astrology. That we could call spiritual psychological and even evolutionary and. That's all coming together in this crucible the mid-nineteenth thirties. What you could call the inner pluto the riches in the crucible will being melted down but the out of pluto in a collective unconscious forces the darkening of the world the way that collective unconscious forces feed mass hysteria and then mass hysteria can feed persecutory desires to expiate the hysteria and of course some kind of echo of that in the model that starts to take over and breaks up this beautiful stream events in the heart of the thirties. These people committed to following the path of pluto to its deepest conclusion. And yeah and then the guy gets singled out. I mean frankly. From all perspective being pacifist. In the face of benito mussolini's insanity makes him a hero. But i mean that's small consolation to a man who lost his only child into the turnover an an and the effect that had why unfathomable reading that story just imagining that i mean. Of course that's happening as we speak in many corners of the planet. We just don't well. I guess we do kind of see it these days but we feel like i'll never happen to us and a if it did. Would we have that kind of strength of will which was something he was also very I liked what he says about the will because he doesn't talk about it just in this like strength element of it or the assertive nature of. Yeah so there's actually a feminine principle around the will and it's it's something we can talk about but one thing. I wanted to stay on this topic around here in a way. The legacy of the three right young in asuncion leeann reminds me this conversation. I had a pre pandemic last time. I saw A lot of my family. I was talking to a cousin of mine who is a professor at a university in north carolina of developmental psychology. Okay it and so we're talking about the subject. And i bring up young and she says who like what the carl young she honestly had no idea who carl young was and like. I hate doing this to people. Because i actually have a knee-jerk reaction sometimes when i'm that floored like assuming someone should know someone then they now. You have a master's in developmental psychology. You've never even run across carlin's name. How is that even possible. Like even in your own review. Measure like nuts. It's it's the tragedy of academic psychology. And it's it. It breaks the hall of lots of undergraduates every year who will into to encounter someone as profound as yonne unconsciously when. They chose to study psychology. But they don't they just get a series of social psychological analysis than studies in a statistical analysis tests to work out the meaning of these big studies. Heavy it's very depressing at as being i mean you touched on something very powerful. You see some of the pain of what's happening in the world but we don't really see it. We don't really see if we couldn't bear it. We couldn't bad the even the one hour documentary version of each individual life to develop that empathy and and see what happens to them. See what the fulsome in well it is unbearable and it reminds doesn't have the fragility of condition that the precious freedoms that we've been afforded to ever extend that we have a not just guaranteed not just given in the slow and then on top of that you'd have to say in the world would developmental psychology fit like young. He's been embraced by astrology. And these kinds of discussions that leading three that. Big three of the four young It's not understood in the mainstream but it's a very interesting perspective in its will not profoundly believe in an. It's one that will be involved in a suffolk synthesis coaching training. The i'm teaching with my colleague starting next month. And that's how i've even broken down the first term and it will be effectively freud young developments in psychology. And then the second time will be edgy alien. How to fully understand transparent because it's so missing. It's just tragically missing from other psychological. Study you realize effectively. That young is a spiritual voice in the wilderness the eventually discovers the landscapes of his own soul so profoundly that he can voiced it with clarity. That very few have Is subtly different. Essentially as the disciple of a system. He is the cycle of another vision. He gets the truth of that vision and he tries to live as an example of. That's partly why he reflects so subtly on the will because from massage point of view at a very deep level inside himself. He knows what you have to do. You have to follow you have to give you have to place yourself. Meal to reality. Guided by these mast is guided by these angelic fulham's guided by beings to become your great to self so the will become so important because that's the agency that's the volition energy that can help you unfold. The flower is she like the the latifah. The sufis cool at the kind of rose petals around the shack razzle or even levels of the subtle body even beyond the checkers. I mean i think Very aware of the you want to unfold the flower urine heart mind and the will becomes you will censored agency or various subtle ways unknown volition ways that you will engage enough Kind of now. Do we reassert this tradition. Yeah how do we reasserted tradition. The will cries out. Doesn't it will cries out for sense of having heart mind could unfold like a flower and actually shine or you know give its light and color to the world young people. I talked to not just young. People open a many people. I talked to a crying out to find that place of unfold within themselves. Live without that you live in danger of not giving you'll particular unique tonal pitch in in danger of not contributing the color of your soul to the collective tapestry. And that's what that's that's what people come back in. We all going to die anyway whether it's a viral condition or war with terrible things that humans do to each other. We're all going to die anyway or natural causes. The tragedy of human life is not to die. The tragedy of human life is not to give the color of your soul to that beautiful collective dream painting and that's the tragedies the everywhere in the modern world the dangerous we buy our safety at what price that we buy us safety but we have the lack of creative engagement with that more profound soulful tax. It's that it's right there that i kinda wanna Pry open a little bit because like my astounded. Going back to my cousin not knowing who young is is the same as down paseo of true unions. That still don't embrace astrology right or even knowing who julie is for that matter because in exam sense. There's there's a A firewall or kind of whether it's absolutely willed unconscious within the academic setting or in the psychiatric setting to cancel. And this is something that is of course very alive right now of of cancelling right like just. Yesterday i was reading about the venus tablet mom asuka like the old sumerian tablets and i it describes the journey of venus from being a god to being both god and got us to being. Got us right from marion times up through babylonian historian in this in this woman comments on my thread around it. She's like of course it comes from a white man saying that venus is a god or a guy. You can cancel the past. You can cancel these profound spiritual truths that you're talking about it as as you always talking about that yoga's lady is talking about. You can try to ultimately like the truth always prevails will always come through and i think that's what's most exciting about this moment that we're in because like what you're observing with your clients. What i'm observing all around my life as well as more and more people are waking up amongst what is being broadcast it. I mean like it's an equal portion. The all of the darkness is matched by just as much of the light. And it's this exciting moments. And i think that psychology is like what essentially is like over almost one hundred years ago. Isn't it there been a tenure decent disarray. Yes this the series of profound points here. I mean wall and one at one individual opening the rose peddler the mind can counterbalance the darkness of many in my view and that has happened throughout human history. If you look at human history from a if you like an energetic viewpoint or sort of aspect of psychic being you realize how great individuals great ideas of beautiful. Loving contributions have held up showed up humanity thinks the fragments Ruin and then the other thing here is you see there's a lot of well-meaning people out there take the young kids and you know this classical examples. I really liked the work of cowshed. I think he's a true gentleman. I think he's helped a lot of people. I think his book archetypal defensive the spirit and trimmer on the soul. His two books a fantastic really really valuable but even in trauma in the soul this prevarication in that classical young sense about so. It's like you know as series of ruminations to steer away from any metaphysical statements. And that's all well and good in a materialistic Rational discourse scientific material culture so it will sounds very sensible not to assume that you can interpret these high truths less you cross into the naivety ignorance of say fundamentalism and religious censo- stem thing. But then what happens when you see the light. What do you do with that sensible reasonable rational world when your true nature is shown to even flash and you realize that you are made of light. The light is connected through love to the hall of what motivates the sacred heart of creation. And it's been given to you by grace effectively through the divinity of life you have been bestowed hall to mind a soul and you see this energetically presented this directly indirect knowing in some way and people have momentary glimpses of this or they have truly profound unfoldment of many hours. They all just shown that origin and when this happens to you back to the seemingly reasonable rational discourse of very clever rational suffix people in a scientific materialist coach and you realize that there's a whole lot baloney going on compared to that direct showing and yet what's the danger of direct showing a awhile another coat. Another yogis been getting too frisky with his attractive young students. Another person believed in their own myth. Bessette danger to that realm of being shown directly and yet there is a power to it that supersedes all this prec- see intellectual dotting. The is crossing the ts. I'm referencing seven. So i hope you don't think too full widow in not to posit anything on a supernatural foundation. Well you know what happens when the light rips through your personality and only left with is your own core self. You know bathed in that light loving it. Eternally grateful for it. What do you do with that. We'd rational discourse and that's what and to me nuts. The difference between cole tissue or conspiratorial.
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"Of our minds and this unconscious. He's more interested in the entire structure and being able to have spaces that we can ascend to basically see the transit transcendental truth of self. that's his synthesis and also like kind of his i think baseline theory and correct me. If i'm wrong is that nature is always trying to reestablish harmony and of course that's happening within the psyche as well and so when it comes to morbidity or path al-ajiz in mental illness or whatever. It might be happening. In a person's mind that's temporary according to him and that nature through psyche as always trying to reorganize itself is that a proper understanding of his approach absolutely. Yeah he also used. Synthesis is an inherently organic phenomena. It's happening of it's own. But the psychologists therapist guide is someone that exists to ally with an individual In order to conduct a heightened conscious engagement with that growth. And that's really what i see myself doing in the world my best i am. I am ally with people. I am becoming crucial part of team. Whomever whilst they go through this intense period of development in their life. And i'm that use my skill set in awareness. You know to help them see what they can't see. They turn round enough to catch their own shadow to chase their tail. The i'm there to help them. And i think that's a tiny combustion were dishonest. I need that. Ready rather wonderfully and i agree with you. I mean i think the late young becomes that figure but it's it's really interesting if you look at their natal charts. I did this. Assessment once the asteroid jayco station in the uk the pluto neptune cycle of freud in freud's pluto's interest but not in pisces. By the time and freud is famously resistant to spirituality or religion. Even though many people have written books showing floyd has an unconscious relationship to the occult or even to certain religious symbols and he suddenly pro into the feeling of founding his own religion and then youngest born pluto neptune in tourists but no near each other but that during the same sign and he gets closer and over. The period of his life in his moon is sandwiched between them over the course of his life he fuses them. I think in a conscious in visionary way that's quite incredible So i think the late too young is right there with such possibly even beyond essentiality but essentially the first one born pluto's denali gemini next. Choose right to the end of tourists but that conjoined that within six degrees And rojas born at that same conjunction you get these figures as pluto. Necc- come closer together in the late eighties and around eighteen ninety nine such early born in eighteen eighty eight. You get this. These people born ready to be more visionary more rapidly assadourian roggio are into into studying the also fee on the like in their late teens and early twenties. They're attracted to these intense spiritual philosophical mystical visionary systems and psycho synthesis is cohesion out Spiritual path within the sophy that he then Let's just stay within him. Any tries to squeeze the psychological essence from it which he tries to make separate from the so. The people can gain the benefits of it without having to adopt an allegiance to the us that he himself personally had. He is no doubt disciple of that system of the angels of the masters. Have you cool it. But he does know insist on that was within synthesis. Synthesis is a sort of eclectic democratic. Haw vision of the self of this ice axes which actually mirrors certain key ideas and the also like the fact that the soul and cuisine in the high mental body from the intuitive. But it audie. So that's the kind of self in Egged i ground and then it has this line down that he called the i self access to the true i in your heart which is kind of like a kind of anchoring point of individuality which he also has the personality suffused by the radiance of the soul. If you like and it's fascinating to me that very few people understand this link in the modern world of teachings like a synthesis for example many of the key chooses. I mean i was speaking to a lady just this morning studying psycho synthesis who had brought up some Interests with the shooter and the shooter at kind of shut down around it because many of the people teaching psycho synthesis in various prominent schools. Do not understand or appreciate Personal dedication to the path of discipleship as recorded by alice bailey. All in classical the sophy and said that they can't see the links essentially extrapolated that organic vision of growth talking about into a model that includes your spiritual essence as paul to that organic development that it would be natural inorganic fuel depot soul to reach out to you through time through a kind of psychic radiance a resonance to your true sell that over time your own soul would be shining something toward you as a person that if you could only step back from yourself enough or clear your emotional physical condition to ns efficiently. You would see that emergent light from your own causal nature shining through you in the moment so essentially extrapolates these intense spiritual truths and he makes them much more pragmatic and psychological rather than rooting them in classical. Theo sophy which is very complex and turgid and has this sort of feeling of a kind of victoria nor nineteen ten's nineteen twenties cosmic bureaucracy with various masters ruining different raise and different activities on the south by and he takes that in turns into something much more direct in a you have a true i beyond your conditioning sub personalities beyond being the good boyfriend mother or the good go boyfriend teacher beyond being a brother or sister or parent beyond the roles in life beyond. You know the people that work for you. Will you working for someone else beyond topdog underdog beyond fidelity to coors lease things that he called success. Nazis little mirror aspects of that radiance. They can be genuine. He's not saying that necessarily false that they could be. He sang that genuine. But there are fragmented light if your true i and here on deliberately using a phrase that good used to use in to find the true i the actual center of the radiance and that's at the heart of essentially vision and that's at the heart of his vision right from the beginning. That's his real power. The everything he ever did had that vision in it right from the beginning whereas someone like young comes from this much more analytical background and then later wrong after mid life discovers the true depths of his visionary cooling and then of course you can see it back through his whole life in memory streams. Reflections talks about the spirit of the times. This is the spirit of the depths. He can see it once he looks back and in some ways young's processes more grounded but assange odi is aware.
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"Is is twelve three pm yes i believe so oh i do have the right strategy in the second north notes in the second south yet it's in the eighth in yellow free anyway. Yep okay and what i wanted to talk about with this is will. It was whether put on the ascendant or this north note story because last time yes you and me chatted. We were talking a lot about pluto. Saturn in how it was the beginning of this narrative that we're in now january twenty twenty. And how the pluto saturn conjunction.
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"Yeah and in one thousand. Nine hundred forty a- sheely was arrested imprisoned. Yes by muslim from for peace and because he was a pacifist. Yes yes so technically if we the origins of his pacifism even when he was a doctor in the first world war He was required to carry a gun. Essentiality carved a blackened piece of soap into a mock pistol which he kept his pocket He refused to carry a weapon even as a doctor in the first world war. So yes this is anathema to miscellany and the rise of the blackshirts in the thirties. And and let's underline here for a second. Adam is brilliant point. we're talking about the rise of pluto only as discovery in nineteen and this weird background thing that starts to happen the rise of national socialism in germany. You know the movement to stalinism after the bolshevik revolution. You've gone through lenin and trotsky in idealism and you finally find yourself with joseph stalin. you've got lean to leave the franco in spain. You know it's all over the place these incredibly totalitarian forces and yeah there is pluto was on it so north node. When it was discovered in the thirties it was in cancer around eighteen nineteen and came that point capricorn just soon after hit the notes 2021 capricorn We had the pluto sat in conjunction of very early twenty twenty and yet to seem like a kind of echo cyclic Immunise slightly different. But because you're not imprisoning experience in nineteen fourteen right to very very complex be handled in psycho synthesis. Because let's face it right. People always realized the context Family villa outside of florence has been sacked in a. He's watched his old study in his papers up in smoke. He's in solitary confinement. He has no idea only lasts a month. It doesn't last very long confinement period. But he has no idea of that when he's in the and he writes about it afterwards. Like what a great opportunity to meditate. But you know. There's way more rounded than that. His family home was destroyed. you know even after imprisonment. He's on the run. There is a realistic threat. As a jew in italy at that time in northern italy hiding in the mountains that if he's cooled he ends up on some kind of train to some kind of living. Hell realm that you don't wanna go to and he's hiding out with a british paratroopers on the run in the mountains of northern italy and with his child and the exposure to the cold in the winches the winter Hiding on causes alario. His son get chucky license of the boat and later die in his late twenties. So you know the cost to aside. Cioni is tremendous even if it doesn't even if it did provide an opportunity for meditation as he puts it the idea that overall this was a simpler easy period. I mean floyd gets founded by the nazis in has to leave the by paradis through the help of a princess in france to get to london but freud's much later in his career freud's already established young is of course in neutral switzerland and somehow manages threw shade grace to avoid most of the difficulty. Assange a persecuted figure a directly prosecuted figure. And it's amazing to me that psycho synthesis exists in the way it does tool but also that in some ways. Essentiality chose a path which didn't really focus on Made he focused on sturgeon development as the counter tool that loss. Now there's some who would say you know he's avoiding some kind of shadow and an i. It would be hard to meet to site. They were entirely wrong the same time. He did develop effectively a profound response to his personal spirituality. Through the sophy on the like this incredibly eclectic spiritual psychology which you could make it very clear argument and i haven't several. Contexts is the first ever genuinely out out spiritual psychology the ever existed outside of say something like buddhism all in east tarik sufism something in the actually just existed as a psychology in the mobile. Put a little bit of a bookmark. In the approach. The psycho synthesized and actually bring it back to some of the fans. It's you're mentioning back in the thirties. I think are really important especially in context to say his chart. And i remember you sharing. I think it was in the first time you ever came on the show back in twenty thirteen two things that i remember that conversation one of them which is story that you might repeat which is totally fine in this one of you going to italy finding these papers but the other is looking about pluto. Transiting your ascended in so off the top of my head. I i don't remember when pluto regressed into leo. I know it was the forties. But do you remember the year up now in the second. Good question it's the worst starts pluto's in late cancer isn't round it's notes because old that early material. The invasion of check of in poland occur with pluto on the notes of pluto. Satin in in cancer I'm just going back. And seeing the chart that you have for essentially so i can say it for the is it. The nineteen eighty eight february twenty seventh chart his birthplace memory. Let me let up. After i just checked this pluto alignment and at the right time. Is there a brutal thatcher yulia. Yeah yeah that. Raise the radio Get it right now okay. So pluto goes in. Actually so it's going back and forth i'm wrong. He goes in late thirties. Okay then does it come back. So you're right you're buying on. Yeah it is the ingress right. I had a feeling in. Because when i look at his chart. There's something that pops out. So i don't have this time in this particular chart but still has saturn would be at zero degrees leo regardless. And so you have this ingress of pluto. Transiting has saturn in north note around this time and objectives to me time.
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"Good to talk with you again. I adam high country back. Yeah we can pretend catch up. How are you know we've been. It was really nice to speak the other day. It was really nice. Listens to probably catch up with this Erin adventure in person the other day and you know soulful connection and something grown awesome. The friendship adam is a new era phenomena where a friendship started because of the podcasts and has now grown into the personal domain instead of the other way round. It's true. In fact i i was. I was telling tanzi that after we got off the phone the other night that was with you. She's like well. Did you record a podcast. They know juicy was talking as a yeah. That's weird i was like. Why is that weird fishes. This is what we've come to this age. But i mean you could have stopped Some of our conversation that would have made a pretty interesting Backwards his of youtube Conversation but it is nice occasionally to speak just as compadres on the path and hear about all different. You know what's going on. But of course it's also nice to have these more considered conversations in a way isn't it pick these themes and and look through them themes that seem very important seems to me perhaps even more important given without sending too pretentious the state of the world right now which doesn't feel that that stable reassuring does it. No now i think at least for myself. I can only speak from that vantage point. It's very challenging. Stay optimistic as it really is. I mean long run. I'm always optimistic. I from a transcendental perspective. I'm always good but when it comes to these. He's tough chapters that we find ourselves then. It's very tough to see around many of the corners where it's gonna ahead well. There are some things happening right now in the world at all so depressing so cruel. So you know you. Think of just recent political events Just an what's happening to some populations on this planet it's heartbreaking and then you have this whole in a just the coloring background at the last eighteen months that which wiped out twenty twenty and most of twenty twenty one And you know what's the anthony. Adam has been this work with individuals Reading have since last march just spoken to twenty something people around the world every single week since that point and i can attest to is the intensity of the human spirit in any kind of situation really and that this this very tangible sense that that connects me to and i'm aware it's an unusual view on whether or not you know not entirely regular people if you like reaching out to what someone like naomi but it gives me this view of this percentage of people in the world that are really committed to some sort of psychological and spiritual growth to spite the nature of circumstances around the people in some cases that lost deborah thing at the beginning of pandemic even who who continue to welcome themselves will profoundly adapt will be supported to do something else and the power of the human spirit in those situations if there is sufficient peace and freedom for you to be able to pursue your interests without threats of violence imprisonment or being shut down in some way is incredibly profound and you know the role life played in facilitating that will being that people whilst they explore that in their lives and so hot morning for me that is created this strange relationship to this whole phenomena in the well in the night go more inward and more on the side of people may not not intense commitment to their own process like extended retreat beautiful setting with lots of birch dedicated individuals. I'm in my home office in headphones on with the microphone but in spirit. It's the same. I can totally relate. It's been like a hermetic eighteen plus months. I mean almost all of it for me as well as been pretty solo and a lot of it's been an airbnb similar like doing the work i as you know have pulled back from giving readings to do the but not in the same way that i did after getting very burnt out pretty much after the first wave of the pandemic. I just any still feel like. I'm recharging in refill in the cup. But you bring something up there. That i think is like the ideal segue into what we wanted to talk. Ab- which is psycho synthesis but specifically exploration of its founder reproduced. as yoli. And you're talking about the privilege we have right now like we can explore these these these wonderful transactions with people and help to you awake and more and more parts of psyche and hopefully grow in the process. And so there's also this comparison. Many people are making from many different fronts to the nineteen forties. Right.
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"That's what i call for information that that's four one four one some mary. J. blige three eleven incubus. Where was this long beach. Long beach california. I've never been to an incubus while you laughing. Now reason i would not expect kelly in san jose california. We'll take your phone call here. What's going on kelli well rich. Thanks for taking my call and happy. Belated birthday for making the call. So i i was born in seventy nine so technically grew on my parents. Music of fifty sixties. So technically my first concert was the everley brothers. okay however The first concert. I went to that was kurt. Music at the time in my heyday Was i thought young mc open for milli vanilli. Okay the question. Here's my follow question. Did you ask for your money back eventually. So this is technically this. Is i think a month before the whole scandal came out. I was eleven years old at the time you know. They sounded great. They started from anything. Produced member about that concert was i couldn't believe that they had state. They're singing because they they pulled people out of the audience. I mean now you know that they were planted in the audience but it was kind of like oh. That girl got pulled up on stage. I am so jealous. That was all a fake right. It was all fake. It's unbelievable oh my but you're eleven so what are you know. What are you didn't care. Music sounded great and then my heart was broken a month later. How is young mc just supposed to move. He was great You know. I remember bust move but i remember. I don't remember the exact title of the song. But i think it was like something along the fastest bestest rap or something like that. I was kind of blown away. Just hearing him do that. How fast he was able to to to spit out those lyrics tastic. Thanks for the call. Great great great Great chat right there milli vanilla. What a fraud. What a scam or take the whole thing. But it wasn't even them either. It was a was two other singers different right so to speak again. I'm not you know mr behind the music here but right did other people. Yeah so they were the. They were the faces of the music. They had other people seeing and then million nelly put on the performance. They literally were digby in concert and plant the people that they would call up. I've never heard that never heard makes sense. Those are the twins had long hair. They weren't weren't actually twins but yes did they sell it. They were twins to like. I know they were just rob and fab. They were millie. bonilla milli vanilla. Be careful it'd be one of those things where we're gonna plant this people said just to cleanse it out. would you play frozen. Please no stop by the way. I love how you swear that your son will never listen to frozen will never stats of false falsehood. Good for because one day one day. Somebody's gonna get a christmas present and it's going to be wrapped and it's going to be put into a tupperware will be frozen and it's gonna be great because it's going to be a cartoon and he's going to be. What's this dad. And it's going to be an aunt and uncle rich. If i'm so lucky to be called until richest gonna tell cage. This is the greatest greatest soundtrack in the history of animated film. And i'll say it in a way. They hope totally. Wanna see it. It's gonna be great. It's going to be lit and it's going to be my alternate revenge caper at that. I'm planning my own personal tanya highs right now except my. I m not worried about this. I'm gonna i might. Even i might even just get to pay and back with just to just to connect the dots with more the wiegmann. That's gonna be happy banging against the shower. While i will be crying in the shower aren't we'll take a break more phone calls than when we come back There is news breaking in the nba. And what chris paul saying when he was asked about his bout or stint with covid.
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"Started on the deuce is we we call it a day Wood jr your your recollections crossing paths with him and he stories about him with him markman. Remember stu the first time actually met him was just briefly before he got to. Espn in orlando and you know as as As another young african american getting into the business. I just remember this energy and I i love the you know doing. I used to talk about Kind of our our shared hip hop five that that we love being able to bring to highlights and bring broadcasting me on the play by play and be a studio. Show the nba. Today show him on on sportscenter and sitting around at night and and exchanging expressions and talking about Talking about culture and talking about trying to Go uphill frankly rich a lot of times. getting people to understand Where we were coming from. And what vibe was all about was was one of our common bonds and You know i. I think about him all the time when i see how far in this business is common. How it's how it's transformed As part of our overall american culture has been great. And i think about stewart being a vital part of that and Just how much fun. He was to be around. You know we we get to be around some fantastic people in this business. And i think about stu and how much he loves his girls and his daughters and i know he's smiling on us right now because i think about him this time of the year because of the nba finals. Coming around round the bend. And how much you enjoy this time of year and being with at him with him at the nba finals different times and being able to hang out and have dinners and talk about our families A great guy that i this right now and get a little choked up thinking about me to mark I think of him all the time. This time of year I think about him like what would he think of chris. Paul what would he think of. What's going on with ben simmons. What would he think of kobe passing. What would he think. Jordan being there to induct kobe posthumously. What would he think about capture. Nic what would he think about Everything that's going on and lots already thought about What was what happened to In the murder of george floyd and you know what the nba players dealing within the bubble. I literally think of all that also think of him with the calls like what you said the fries at the bottom deepen his bag but literally. I thought he would have loved that line. That would have been. It would've sat there. Maybe he was sitting there and chuckling very honest. You know i i still i still draw lots of inspiration from stu and in those moments i i like to let it go away. Probably he would to sell you. Do great i enjoy. I enjoy listening and watching you. And let's do this more often. I think this is more time than we spoke when we were actually at. Espn together. so let's do this again rich. i'd love to. I'd love. I'd love for you to have me in. Thank you very much for having me on your show you you do a fantastic job. You wanted the wonderful voices. In our business excite. I appreciate you enjoy game four mark. You got you man you take care of you bet. That's marc jones. Everybody right here on the rich eisen show. I thought a stew when he yeah. Let's take a break. We'll come back and Take your phone calls chris. Paul spoke about what happened with him and covert. We'll hit that coming up next and more phone.
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"Or at the bottom and fries at the bottom deepen his bag. He's had some great call. No doubt about it. Marc jones from. Espn here on the rich eisen. Show how you jones step will make you lose your mind. What does sometimes you know. Stand up in your seat and start turning around people during the broadcast and realize that everyone around you lost in the moment to it's a those are great moments man and And richard bring me back to a great time at espn back in the day man. You know it wasn't as big as the is now the campus and everything you know. Carol used to sell those stale sandwiches down. What was the break room. It was a break room. Mark wasn't a cafeteria. I remember there was like a vending machine or to an a refrigerator that we all put stuff in and and a coffee machine like in there was an oddly. Enough a racket ball court down the hall. You know weird yes. I know But also remember you know you. And i didn't cross paths too much because i think you know you're clocking out as i was clocking in for the overnight most of the door right. That's when we had the old That to thirty. am show. Yeah i used to do sometimes would finish up a little after three a n and then you'd have to retake the endings for the rear. That would one all throughout the next day right now. Oh yeah mark. I remember many times sitting there on the set just staring at the screen at three in the morning watching the angels mariners go into the fifteenth inning. And just begging for someone to throw a strike. You can somebody score a run. You know. that's literally what i was doing. Who who did you do most of your sports centres with when you did though i did some with a bunch of linda cohn Had a couple of with mike to rico You know. I've been through the gamut there. This is like my. I like eight years I did a bunch of summer. Sports centers and. I don't think there was anybody. I didn't do sportscenter with bob. Levy charley steiner waiting for my gold. Watch the and. I'm coming up on thirty one years years. Mark jones thirty one years. Wow i know. It's been ten years since i did my my last sportscenter and and it is. It is just enjoyable to watch your enthusiasm and listen to it as well like you know watching curry do his thing and watching everybody do their thing. And and then listening to you do it and the nba. Today how long did you do that. Show in on that for like eight years from nineteen ninety to ninety eight ninety nine pretty much with you jack. Ramsay god rest his soul the hall of famer and you know david aldridge was part of our crew back then and You know we we. We had some pretty pretty good guys come through the show back in the day back before the days of the you know the internet and you know all these other news sources and you know every d- every week that was kind of your source for basketball news and moving and shaking and happening and It's interesting how the the businesses evolved since that time but that was that was a fun show i used to love the crew and You know we. We used to use interns on that show rich Which people don't know you know young people still coming up in the business They'd be running teleprompter and it was not unusual for an intern to put like wrong page. And they're on their first show. We'll go from page one to page fourteen. And i be at liberty for your ron burgundy moment hopefully not mark jones here on the rich eisen. Show them that was you know. Obviously jordan At his zenith and his ascendancy and then his retirement than his return than his zenith. I mean that was that. Was it pretty much that period of the nineties. I mean what a time to have a daily nba show. When they're really many daily shows specifically to a sport back in that day either mark no know no it was. It was great to be a part of that That jordan era and To people to track that in to be around it and you know to go to different places to watch it happen manda the growth of the nba. You know even in that jordan era where it is now and how it continues to evolve with the new generation of stars that that keep taking the torch and moving it forward and keep running that race. It's been great and You know see some of the young stars now in the game. You know to see devon booker to his thing to see luka doncic do his thing to see trae young setina walkie on fire the other night as has been really riveting and compelling television. it's what makes the sport grade and now that we have access to these guys a little bit more now as things return to normalcy You know the thing that makes the nba and especially the playoffs. It's it's heightened. Is the the intimacy between What we actually see court side and the players you know. There's there's no helmets no shoulder pads you. You see in fear expressions and the communication between the players on the floor. it's been fantastic to watch into witnesses. as we move down towards the nba final smart jones here on the rich eisen. Show also The voice of the sacramento kings were not calling games on. Espn right here. On the rich eisen show you mentioned trae young and we started the segment with you with your curry call. That he's deepen his bag. The fries at the bottom Young has got a d. bag to does he not. I mean we're seeing that bag right now in a big way. How viable do you think. The atlanta hawks are in these playoffs mar. I got a great shot at winning this series. I don't think anything they did. In game one would be considered By good fortune for a fluke You know nate. Mcmillan has put a premium since he took over in March on taking care of the basketball and being two way players and those two things have really impacted that team and they've got a solid foundation and the guy that's really turned it around underneath. Mcmillan is trae young. He's linda value the basketball and learn how to manage games better Learning how to keep his teammates involved and still get his numbers and put a big numbers. And you know you don't get the contributions that they've got from different players different times As they've gotten healthy from the time they took over to where they are now I wouldn't be surprised to see them win. That series wouldn't be considered you know an upset in my eyes because there there are solidly built team. Clint cappella gives them great rim presence at both ends as well so during a good place and of course you know these an nba Conference championships and than than than the finals themselves. The conversation is is it such and such time right and you know once upon a time we were wondering is it is it jordan's time is it finally time and then it finally it was and then we were wondering if it was somebody else's time and then jordan made sure it was not that person's talking at his time because jordan wasn't there and then so on and so forth was lebron's time finally and the question i have for you is is chris paul's tom..
"mark jones" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Terms of conversation morning always the ambiance formative wind with rob nicholson who is head of the independence institute. Constitutional studies center constitutional scholar in his own right former law professor for twenty five years author of the original constitution and what it actually said and meant. Well we worked through the facade the charade that was impeachment of palooza two point. Oh needless to say well second verse same as the first as the senate did not convict. President trump for inciting an insurrection but he brought up the fourteenth amendment. And unfortunately let's you say that. Well and i i do love this. It's not my phrase but it always cracks me up for those for whom trump has been living rent-free in their collective heads for far too long. Well they're not done with former president trump yet and there's talk about using the fourteenth amendment to prevent trump from running again but as robin adelson noted this morning. Legal scholars disagree about how if it all. The fourteenth amendment could be applied in trump's case so how about a little primer fourteenth amendment adopted in sixty eight mostly known for granting citizenship rights and equal protection under the law to anyone born or naturalized in the nation including black people and those formerly enslaved the amendment nullified the eighteen fifty seven supreme court decision dread scott versus sanford which held that people of african descent could not be us citizens however there is one teeny tiny section of the amendment that blocked someone from holding office who having previously made an oath to the constitution has quote engaged in insurrection or rebellion across the united states or against the united states. Now the intent at that time was to influence. The government. In the south by barring confederates from serving in public office after the civil war. The idea was that officeholders. The united states will not be people who were treasonous to the united states this according to doron career a professor at cleveland marshall college of law again differing opinions among legal scholars as to whether the could actually be used and trump's case and if it were to be used how exactly it would play out one uncertainty as rob nicholson constitutional scholar noted. This morning is whether or not the text can be applied to the office of the presidency. It lists senators representatives and electors as positions from which could be barred but guess what the presidency is not explicitly named dana's robinson told us this morning That makes it questionable as to whether it applies to the president of the united states. At all there's also uncertainty over. Exactly what the would look like for invoking the amendment to remove a someone from office but if indeed that fourteenth amendment were to be put into play in this last ditch hail mary effort to prevent former president trump from ever running for public office. Again guess what. If it were to be invoked it would undoubtedly be challenged in court and something to look forward to. It would ultimately take years to play out eight fifty seven. Thirteen ten kfi k. What the whole sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten kfi k. Local programming continues right after mornings with hailin. No noko now the power trip. And i'll show. We are northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi. Well jeez just stole my thunder. So i'll be repetitively redundant thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com your home for live and local programming. Keep it right here. Tender swint with noko. Now coming your way in just a few stay warm..
"mark jones" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"That pickup trucks made up a larger portion of the list in years past. I got to thinking. Are we seeing the same thing in greeley joined this morning by really police. Chief mark jones jones. Welcome back to the show. Thank you glad to be here. Certainly appreciate your taking the time. So are we seeing a spike in motor vehicle thefts throughout Twenty twenty and as a result of well increased criminal activity You know unfortunately we are. And i think from what i know and understand even though all the statistics are not yet. I think it's kind of a statewide thing yet. Really is is up. We just got our statistics done for twenty twenty and that in two thousand nineteen. We had three hundred six auto thefts and then in two thousand twenty two three hundred and eighty six. So we're up about twenty six percent so we've certainly seen an increase. Does that have something to do with those Restrictions guidelines put into place relative to jails and prisons throughout the state as a result of covid nineteen. It's hard for me to i. Guess be able to say with certainty. One hundred percent of of what it is but i certainly believe that that that's a part of it. I mean they've number of people out of the prison system And are continuing to do so. And the other thing that i keep saying over and over is that you know the parole system They're just not revoking parolees Like they used to for things that they do and and we've seen an uptick unfortunately in a number of our crimes and sadly when it comes to motor vehicle act of. It's not just a matter of the joy. Reid typically as i understand it and you can certainly confirm this if indeed is the case. My understanding is these vehicles that are stolen while they're used to commit other crimes yet. Then i think we've definitely seen that clear pattern this last year we get a lot of people and again our guest so back to my wearing masks people i think are emboldened but a lot of people are stealing cars and then they do like. Let's just say major shoplifting. You know where they'll go in and get a couple of thousand dollars of the stuff. Run out getting a stolen car and leave and then when the car on video you know the license plate come back to a stolen vehicle you know. And they have a hat and glasses and a mask on and it's hard to tell who they are so we've seen a lot of that and again with other other crimes. That's what they do. They take the car. Go use the car and if somebody gets a license plate it doesn't come back to them now. I'm not sure that you have the specific stats but as you referenced. Indeed yeah this is a state wide problem but they broke down a list of stolen cars from january first to december thirty first. This is the metropolitan auto theft task force and it starts with the chevy silverado. The honda civic honda cord ford up to fifty. Gmc sierra ford f one fifty four f three fifty ram fifteen hundred hyundai sonata. Honda cr v. are you seeing a similar stats in greeley. But i'm not sure that you have you know the drilled down to those specifics. I haven't broken down into the make of the car. But here's what i will say. Fifty percent of all of our stolen cars are people who leave their car running with keys in it so it doesn't matter whether it's a pickup honda a toyota. It doesn't matter. Fifty percent of them were because people keep the car running with keys in it. Yeah exactly. that's a perfect segue chief jones. Because i had pulled that story out of the greeley trip by trevor read a talking about the fact that a man and woman facing felony charges after they allegedly stole cars that were left running and unlocked late. This past month in greeley. How many times have we had that conversation about. The puffer puffs a number. And you know we put it on our social media and we asked people not to do it and You know there's usually comments where people irritated because it's like victim blaming or why should you blame us but the bottom line is when you leave your car running with the keys in it. There's a pretty good possibility. Somebody's going to grab it and it says this story very clearly laid out to one gentleman. He had started his two thousand. Four chevrolet impala then said oops i gotta go back side to get back inside my home to get something saying that He he was only inside his home for a couple of minutes at most that when he came outside he saw a woman. Get into the driver's seat and drive off just like wait a minute. If they're stand around watching it literally takes them a few seconds. So you know and i also under we understand to. There's a lot of vehicles now. The newer ones that have the shut offs where people could leave their cars running and if somebody gets it without keys it's just gonna die and and there's nothing illegal about that as long as your car has the shut off but the ones i'm talking about are obviously the people that leave him running. That don't have the shut off. And then the next thing you know we have a stolen car and exactly and a lot of time and effort obviously spent in trying to resolve that situation. I talk a little bit more about what you've found as far as kronstadt friends in greeley kind of told people that's kind of what i've expected is that the arc overall call load. This last year was down because of covid you know there was about three months that our caller was way down but unfortunately are serious. Crime is up. And i think that's gonna be the story across the state in the country as well but yeah we're up fairly substantially you know in are aggravated assaults In our just overall general thefts motor vehicle thefts unfortunately homicide rate is is up a lot from what it's ever been So our call load has been down but violent crime and serious crime has been up and once you attribute the rise in violent and serious crime to well you know. I'm gonna sound like a broken record. But i you know you can't just in my opinion you can't just keep letting people out of prison that have violent past and i know they say they're not letting the violent ones out but i have plenty approved show otherwise You just can't continue to have people get five and ten year sentences and do six months Eight embolden them. I believe And i part of it. I kind of like the article in the paper three or four months ago. I think it's a combination of a lot of things. Lot of people under stress You know people lost their jobs. Covert is put a strain on society politics letting people out of prison. I mean on. And on. And on i think all of that combined for what. We're saying well. Do you see that trend particularly when it comes to a truncated sentencing. Do you see that turning. Around anytime soon. Because i'm sure colorado greeley Not alone in this place. So i don't and and not to bring up a bad thing or one of our bad instance over the last couple of weeks but we had an officer involved shooting here not very long ago and that person had been to prison several times and never done more than i. I think maybe the longest a year out of a ten year sentence and had gotten out done a few more months got put back in That happened three or four times right in a row until we were involved in an officer involved shooting with them. So you know the pattern is there. And and i i. Unfortunately i don't necessarily see a change. Pretty sad statement on society but just my very humble opinion police chief heart jones. Thank you so much for all that you and your colleagues do know we support you and appreciate you each and every day. Well i thank you very much. And i'll pass it onto the officers and i know they feel appreciated this town..
One in five Texans do not want the COVID-19 vaccine, University of Houston reports
"Everyone is looking forward to being vaccinated. One in five Texans say they don't want the covert vaccine. That's according to the latest survey done by the University of Houston for wars number, especially if we keep it mind that to get to herd immunity. The estimates are we have to be somewhere between 70 and 90%. Survey author Mark Jones says there is greater uncertainty among African Americans compared to other groups, with 15%, saying they're undecided on whether they will accept the vaccine.
"mark jones" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"For things across this country that probably would have never happened several years ago and so I think it always on and to be honest with you I. Think it causes more stress. To potentially think about being involved in a situation where a fatal USA forces being used or a fight with somebody that that you know ends up in serious injury or whatever I think that's probably causing as much or more stress right now been senate bill to seventeen. And already stressful profession as you maintain. That thin Blue Line between incivility and a peaceful society. Absolutely and you know I people that got into this career in this job still WanNa do the same thing and that's to help people and and to keep take care of victims and and be able to put the the worst of society away so that they don't harm people I mean, I know that still what's in their heart but certainly still has a huge. Effect on their mind and the way they respond and what they're either afraid to do or not to do based on what's going on in the country right now, and like I said, even with the tremendous support here, it doesn't mean that that can't turn on a dime Brian. If a situation happens that's really outside of our control as far as social media and the media. People from the outside coming in and making an issue out of something. What's the best way that we can demonstrate our support? But you know and again I I wanted to, as I told yesterday I wanted to take this time to say thank you to systems agree because we've had a tremendous outpouring of of people who have fried meals by the police department dropped off cookies, written cards, groups of kids right and big posters about support of their police and and just waving and and I I don't know how many times and I think I hear it from the police officers all the time in the last few months they've been told thank you more than they probably have any time in their career and and that. May Seem small, and it is small but but it is important because when the police officers here that over and over it starts to give them hope that you know what they're still doing this job for the same reason and purpose that they started down this career. So I I WANNA say a big. Thank you to the Citizens Agree Greeley and I did posted video here just in the last week or so on our facebook page say thank you to everybody here at having some of the officers on their after me. Thank. Thank you for for all the kindness that they've shown. Well and we can't say thank you enough Greeley police chief mark. Jones thanks so much for taking the time. You Bet I'm glad I could and and thank you for the opportunity. That eighteen thirteen ten KFI K thirteen ten. KFI K. Dot. com..
Dallas - When Could Unemployed Texans Receive Extra $400?
"Governor Abbott today is expected to address whether unemployed Texans will be included in President Trump's $400 a week federal extension of unemployment benefits. Rice University political scientist Mark Jones says it's still not clear whether Governor Abbott could comment about it at all. Many would say that President Trump doesn't have the authority to reallocate that 44 billion of FEMA funds to pay $300 extra per week to be pointed employment, the state's Jones says. It's also not clear whether Governor Abbott would legally have the authority. Me to approve the spending of the matching $100 or whether Texas has the money to spend.
"mark jones" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"K. Seven Twenty Four. Now Thirteen ten. Kfi Thirteen ten KFI AM DOT com. Or and he's with Gail fueled by Great Western Petroleum. This as a Evans is providing for municipal the upcoming municipal election During the COPA that nineteen shutdown. Just to pass this information along Piece by Cuyler mead in yesterday's Greeley trip yes. The city of Evans will proceed with its April seventh municipal election during which residents can vote for or against ballot measure to eighty now. This is the rather controversial sales tax increase intended to fix the city's roads. The election will have some adjustments though but all residents still remain invited to cast their ballots. The majority of residents have already received their ballots in the mail per release. Residents may return their ballots anytime a prior to April seventh via the mail or in person at the ballot dropbox. This is located at the Front of the Evans Community Complex. Eleven hundred thirty seven th street in Evans now as a result of the covert nineteen. Pandemic if you need a new or replacement ballot well. Here's some things that you need to know. Voters that need placement ballot because they did not receive one. Well they spoiled. The original Ballard Lost. The original ballot will be permitted to enter the Evans. Community Complex wanted a time to obtain a new ballot from the city clerk. The main door of the city of Evans Community Com complex lobby will be open on April seventh from seven. Am to seven PM anyone wanting to enter the building will be required to.
South Carolina Democratic debate: who has made the stage, and what to expect
"For the second time former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg will join his democratic rivals he was the source of several attacks last week but Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has since expanded his delegate lead an attractive new criticism leveled by more moderate Democrats like Bloomberg and former south bend Indiana mayor DJ supporters of former VP Joe Biden are scratching their heads after a confusing speech in South Carolina where the former V. P. ask for their votes in his run for the Senate rather than his democratic presidential candidacy this is not the first gaffe made by Biden earlier on the campaign trail by the mistakenly referred to New Hampshire as Nevada you're the ones that Barack Obama the presidency and I have a simple proposition here I'm here to ask you for your help right come from you don't get far less yes my name is Joe Biden I'm a democratic candidate for United States Senate look me over here like crazy help out if not both together by give me a look okay the V. fighting currently holds a lead over current Democratic Front runner Vermont senator Bernie Sanders heading into this weekend's South Carolina democratic primary a new poll indicates that Texas is a do or die state for democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg in the March third super Tuesday primary the survey by the university of Houston hobby school of public affairs so it looks like the billionaire businessman may only capture one of the states two hundred and twenty eight delegates Rice University political scientist mark Jones says this result would be a Waterloo for blue Berg by contrast the survey says Bernie Sanders good one eighty five delegates followed by eighty for Joe Biden and sixty one for Elizabeth Warren and the Texas secretary of state's office is not anticipating any Iowa caucus like delays and reporting primary results during the March third
"mark jones" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology
"That if you have been justified by God through faith in Christ alone good works will be present in your life that is a biblical truth but then what we do from a human perspective. Is We draw conclusions that the Bible does not draw try and we present the Gospel and we present the Christian life in particular way the scripture does not so he's okay. If you've been justified there will be good. Works present therefore if there there are not good works present. You have not been justified. Okay now what we need to do then is tell people you better do good. It works you need to concern yourself with good works or you will not be saved. It's how we often present it. And we ended ended up then kind of coming in with the law and pounding people with it and motivating people by unsettling them in their standing ending before God and whether or not they will be finally saved. It's like brother you better you better get on that you know and there is a time for harsh language. And I've talked about it several times the last few days I don't need to reiterate and rehash that right now Yeah I one question I would love to to frame this conversation with not that we need to talk about this right now but that I think is absolutely absolutely essential in this conversation about Sofi Day. Not The other big question. We've already asked huge good works. Where do they factor in or not in my final salvation? That's a massive question but then the question that is essential to ask and answer is. What did Jesus accomplished on behalf of? His people like those who the father has chosen before the foundation of the world. Those who Christ died for those whom spirit applies his work to. What did Jesus? He's US accomplish for us his own. That's a huge question like and we'll get into that more in just a minute And there's yeah there's other things that I want to okay but we may. We may use the article that was published recently maybe give us some fodder began. They want to go to different direction. No no yeah well. We'll we'll we'll go once you cute up and they're an all set us up for the article. Here's here so we're got to move into. Here's this is why this is important. We start confusing this side of Sola. The`day meaning that I'm GonNa tr- Ah I am right before God I can be absolutely one hundred percent sure that God there is no condemnation for me because to be in Christ. Jesus the only way you can be in Christ. Jesus is by faith alone so if that if that's the case if you start to change just a little bit and this is the change that we're going I start looking at where you can make statements like okay. You are justified. You have this. You actually possess justification by by faith alone but though the journey to eternity must come through a work and that is we are requiring during works. Here's here's the subtle difference. The difference is alive people walk and talk dead people. Don't okay so you are you following me. If if you say you're alive then naturally you're going to be one who is walking and talking at what level that's going to vary if you're a dead person you aren't going to walk and talk. As a matter of fact to require a dead person to walk and talk is a little foolish right good to go down to a graveyard and had a conversation with the person down. There doesn't make any sense ads but if someone says they are alive. You're assuming you don't need to require them to walk and talk to you why you're looking at them and you're like it's obvious that they're alive at that some former love another and so are you saved through your union with Christ. Jesus that's a question you could ask. Are we saved through through our union with Christ by face. Our answer to that is yes right. We are saved through being united to Jesus by faith because and you being united to Christ we now have been been raised to walk in newness of life in him. This is Romans six. This is Paul's argument. We've been delivered from the Dominion of Sin. We obey now because we can. We have become obedient from the heart art. And then we also think about Asians to wear having been saved by grace through faith pause explicitly clear about that God made us alive is by grace. You've been saved through. Faith is a gift of God that no man may boast. He talks then about walking infusions to ten. Walking in the good works that have been prepared beforehand beforehand for us to walk in and so we absolutely agree that we will walk in good works but those will be done by us in the power of Christ alone his spirit in US and through our union with him naught sort of. Oh well you've been justified now like tag you're it you better now go. What do your part? That's just a very different perspective. Yeah Yeah there's an article that was sent to US earlier this week and I've probably read it now. I guess three or four times and mostly because I was I was truly trying to understand what was going on in this article so The author of the article is Mark Jones and recently mark. Jones has written a book Antonio mean ISM in the last few years the last few years and a couple of other articles and this one was brought to our attention because it brings things in a theology that I believe is starting to confuse what we would say solar Feta When we say someone is can be absolutely Salihi assured that they're standing before God and their future home with God is secured by faith alone? The natural the natural response to this if they have been brought to life is good works and so in this article there is an explanation. That's being given that. There's almost two parts now to your salvation instead of one where we would say any faith in Christ alone you are safe insecure in the arms of God forever you've been adopted and adopt. You're in his arms. You're not climbing up into them. You're not striving to get there right right now. There's more of a two part and before before we get into this article because I think it's very important that Justin I WH- we are not here to make fun of Bash belittle or put down. This is more of a healthy conversation. These men are putting out public statements. They are trying to explain theology and they put this out on the Internet so that they can put forth thought concerning our relationship with God and of course the cast. We do the exact same thing we put a podcast passed out publicly so people can interact with what we're saying we're trying to do is lead people down historic understanding a reformed historic understanding wing of the doctrine of salvation or SORTA allergies another way to say that. And so we're going to do tonight. It's kind of compare what they're saying in this article and he's he's not only remark Jones. Now referencing himself. He's referencing men like John Piper and we shepherd sure yeah an Tareyton and others through history as well throughout history and try and try and maybe I'll remind you WANNA see where they're coming from and this isn't I want you to understand. This is not ahead of conversation where it's like super nerdy. It really is an important conversation because when you lay your head down at night You need to lay your head down at night either in full security security and assurance knowing that I am good with God not based upon my performance today. But I'm good before God because she has secured so faith. I so let me lighten the mood for second again. Yeah when I was in eighth grade. There were two songs so eighth grade formal at the end of my year in school. I went to public school. So there. That as you do that. What you will We had a dance at the end of the year. There are two songs that everybody wanted to hear one was water runs dry boys to men. Amen Amen Somebody Right. The other other one was. I'll be missing you by puff daddy and the family and some people may know that song. A rapper named the notorious B.. was shot and killed puff. Daddy was another rapper. who was his friend? Will Puffy writes a song in biggies honor and there's a part of that song that goes this way. It's Kinda hard with you not around but I know you're in heavyweight awake. Marlin Dan Rice. Well brother brother. That's Kinda hard when she's not around but I know you're in heaven smiling down watching us. We pray for you. Every day. We pray for the question. I've used this as a sermon introduction. Before Truth and advertise my question is how did puffy. No that Biggie was in heaven right like that's the question that I think plagues every human and being that we have to wrestle. With to your point we lay down at night and we go to sleep. It's like how do we know that we know that we know that will make it and that we will be counted righteous an stand amongst the congregation of the righteous on the last day. And that's maybe I don't know a crazy way to get to in the eyes of many but it makes sense to me so there we go. So why don't you bring us in and give us maybe a two minute overview. Welcome guys two minute overview to where we're at as far whereas okay these these are the two categories. Yeah so some of the main points that Jones makes and this is a decent sized so huge. It's an essay thousands words or something if not more than that. So we're GONNA try to do this in a very very high level flyover a distinction that he makes that that others he cites others others through history he will talk about a distinction between having a right to eternal life so by faith alone we are justified and we have a right to eternal life. But then there's this other piece. That is a different category which he refers to as the possession of of eternal life so we have a right to eternal life by faith in Christ alone but the possession of eternal life will finally be realised through works. So that's that's the argument that he's making. We have a right to eternal life by faith alone in Christ alone. You were justified then. We will finally possess eternal life through the path of good works. So that's a big argument that he's he's making and and he. He is arguing that we need to use that kind of language and he'll go ahead please. So he'll use versus that we would be familiar with things it's like Hebrews twelve fourteen. Where actually which we did a whole podcast on that recently? That'll come out. So yeah so we're going to spend a lot on that verse But in so Justin gives us a fifteen second overview hubris. Far read this. This is always fun to do. Is One of my favorite books in the Bible. So what does Hebrews about Hebrews essentially about this Jesus is greater than everything he starts by saying greater than angels. He's greater than Moses. He's greater than Aaron. He is a high priest forever. After the order of milk is a deck redemption has been accomplished pushed by Jesus in it's over. It's so done that. He sat down at the right hand of God. He has perfected for all time. Those who are being sanctified let us now draw near to God in the full assurance of faith because of what Jesus has done for us. So that's the first ten chapters in chapter eleven we get to. What's what's often referred to? As the hall of faith people through history who have had faith in the promises of God realized Messiah. These people's lives were by no means exemplary across the board. But what they lived. Lives of faith trusting God and they were commended for that faith. Hebrews twelve one and two the writer tells us let us now set aside aside every weight and sin that clings so closely. Let us run with endurance the race that has been set before us. How by looking to Jesus the author right Andy? Perfect or of our our faith and then he talks about how Christ you for the joy that was set before him endured the cross despising the shame he then talks about discipline the discipline of God. What our loving heavenly father and how he does that for our good how we have good earthly fathers who disappoint us and how discipline always feels unpleasant in the moment but they says look God is doing this city you might share in His Holiness versed him right so bear up under the discipline of your loving heavenly father? Strengthen your feeble hands and you're weak knees he's and strive for peace with everyone and the holiness without which no one will see the Lord and so as we read that text. Hebrews twelve is a passage of comfort to the saints. That's right that when you encounter the discipline of God remember that he loves you. Try Your his child. He's conforming you the image of his son right and so take heart when this this is happening in your life. That's right how it's being used. According to some people who understand kind of two stage of of your your justified God and you can hold onto it by faith alone but the the the the final state of it is by your works alone. This is I mean they can feel that way if you read the verse. Strive for peace with everyone for with and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord. So you're thinking yourself okay wait a minute. Holiness is required in order to to see God well in and we agree with Kevin that he's not talking about Positional Holiness there. Yeah this is this is not a positional holiness and we disagree with the language. You're not used to what we would say. Is that that suit to to be positioned meaning that when you stand before God and he looks at you he sees you one hundred percent wholly. It's not hot fifty percent he didn't grant you okay. Here's here's fifty percent of the requirement Like friends if you're GONNA buy a house for a hundred thousand dollars or well here's fifty thousand you come up with. No here's the full amount. So when God looks at his children he says as it relates to your position as child to me as father this position you are one one hundred percent covered by the righteousness of Jesus Christ all the obedience of Jesus Christ as covered all the requirements. So that's the position and here he's talking about the actual we'll outflow of the spirit's work in you. So that means loving.
Castro, Mark Jones And Rice University discussed on Joe Pags
"It serves it was announced today only on Castro's made the cut for September's third round of democratic primary debates Rice University political expert mark Jones says this was critical had he not made the cut for the fall debates his campaign would have been objectively over this allows him to live another day cast is now the tenth candidate to qualify for that debate next month in
Coloradans React To 'Red Flag' Law
"A gun loving rocker Ted Nugent is entertaining a crowd talking freedom politics and guns you know why you have too many all don't you I haven't been here in years it was weld county sheriff Steve greens who invited Nugent here the event is a fundraiser for the sheriff we're talking about the red flag well that's what we get all this notoriety for in the state Colorado's red flag bill officially called the extreme risk protection order bill is now law set to take effect in January it'll allow family members or law enforcement to get a court order forcing an individual to temporarily give up their guns if they appear to be a significant risk to themselves or others sheriff dreams believe Colorado's law is unconstitutional the long and short of it is this I'm not gonna confiscate someone's guns reams is talking about all of this partially because it's a political issue he's an elected official unlike police chiefs who are generally appointed well obviously it's my role as the police chief to make sure the department enforces the laws that are on the books this is mark Jones the head of the Greeley police department who says he's planning to enforce the law but also understand concerns around it on one hand Jones supports the second amendment on the other hand I also am a police chief in an error where mental health issues are probably at all time highs all across the country not just in Greeley or just in what county I do believe there are people in our society that have no business having guns many states have passed these laws in the aftermath of mass shootings but in practice they're often used in situations involving domestic violence and self harm fire arms are the mostly the way that people die from suicide and also the most common way that people die from suicide Kimberly Pratt works in suicide prevention in northern Colorado means restriction is important she says but taking away means isn't just gonna stop the feelings it's not gonna stop the reason why they want to die for this reason and others some organizations that work with people impacted by gun violence expressed uncertainty about how effective the new law might be one advocacy group mental health Colorado said in a statement that it believes that everyone should have access to the law and that saving lives should not be a partisan
Texas round table to include both sides of gun debate
"Wb you are meghna jacker bardy it's here and now by the end of the week texas governor greg abbott plans to have hosted three round table discussions in response to last friday's school shooting in the city of santa fe today's meeting will focus on gun regulation and mental health and it will include representatives from the gun control group texas gun sense and the texas state rifle association which is affiliated with the national rifle association yesterday's meeting looked at school and community safety most shell from member station k ut in austin was there and has this report so i'm standing outside of the capitol about to go inside and a report on the round table but before i do that i got to go through a metal detector these were installed with the capital in twenty ten after a man fired off a gun on the front steps no one was hurt that made lawmakers went ahead security since the santa fe shooting that's what many have talked about doing it schools so governor abbot invited public safety in school officials to discuss it tuesday whether you are a republican or democrat whether you are pro don or are blaming more gun regulations the reality is that we all want guns out of the hands of those who would try to murder our children the introduction to reporters then we were ushered from the room the meeting itself happened in private the idea was that it would help participants speak freely salaam acres get the best information to create new safety policy but there's something else at play here says mark jones a political scientist at rice university he says these roundtables allow abbott and other state leaders to frame the gun debate in texas it also is good from a pr perspective and that it looks good for the governor to be doing this and it provides a catharsis for many people allows them to voice their concerns and the problems they see one thing jones does not expect to come out of the process is stricter gun control regulations every about two and a half hours reporters were let back into the meeting room to hear from the governor about how it went what i wanna do is to sherwood usually ideas that were generated today he listed about twenty different proposals some you may have heard of restricting access points into schools more funding for program that trains teachers to carry guns others seem new statewide monitoring students social media mandating parental training to reduce school shootings.