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Following Jesus Is About What You Give, Not What You Get

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Following Jesus Is About What You Give, Not What You Get

"Judas thought that following Jesus was about what he was going to get. So he went out and said to them what will you give me? She understood that following Jesus was about what she was able to give. That's why you see missionary biographies have always had the impact that they've had. Sadly, many of them have fallen into the catalog lists of out of print tales of another era. And one of the things that might be done is the on air thing of many of these old stories and good books so that the heroes of the past might become contemporary for a new generation. So that, for example, CT stud who gave up a fortune that was his by inheritance and went off to Africa with the story of the good news, his father had been converted. As a result of the visit of moody and sankey, his father was phenomenally wealthy and stud when at Cambridge, he played cricket for England, he was, it was far better than The Great Gatsby. That's where he lived. That was his whole experience. And he actually turned his back on all of that in order to go to Africa, but he gave away his fortune and kept some bite for his wife. His wife found out about it. She was really angry because he had given her a little poem. She was supposed to say in the morning with her devotion. She was supposed to say, dear lord Jesus, you are, to me, dearer than Charlie ever could be. He wanted her to understand that so that when he died, she would know that her best friend was Jesus. And she said, why do you keep all that money back for me? He said, well, I wanted you to be okay. She said, do you think that Jesus can only look after you? And he can't look after me, give my part away as well. And so they gave it to they gave it to general booth of the Salvation army. At what was the kingdom logic? Here it goes. This is CT stud. If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice that I could ever make for him could ever be too great.

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Pastor Erwin Lutzer on the Miraculous

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Pastor Erwin Lutzer on the Miraculous

"Erwin lutzer pastor when lutzer for 36 years, hard to believe, doctor luce, you were the senior pastor of the moody church, all those years. You've written many, many books, you and I have done events together. Do you ever speak publicly about the miraculous? Because I've experienced miracles and I think that there are many even Christians that they shrink from discussing it. It troubles them, but people on the mission field seem always to talk about miracles. And I always think that as evil manifests, sometimes we see God more clearly a God does dramatic things like that. I mean, we don't need to talk about it, but I thought I want to ask you if you're asking about whether or not I believe that demonic spirits are sometimes in people and they have to be expelled. The answer is yes, definitely. And I don't mind talking about miracles as long as we don't give the impression that if you don't see a miracle, you don't have enough faith. Hebrews 11. The first 35 verses, all of the miracles, you know, Moses, Joshua, all the miracles, verse 35. There's a break. And others. And others were tortured and persecuted, and they wandered about in sheepskins in goatskins being destitute afflicted tormented. People of whom the world was not worthy living in dens and caves and mountains. And they didn't see a miracle, but they made it into Hebrew's chapter 11 the chapter of faith. And so I don't mind talking about miracles, but we shouldn't talk to them about them in such a way that if you aren't delivered, and if you aren't healed, it's all your fault. That's important to

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How the Name 'J.John' Came to Be

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 5 months ago

How the Name 'J.John' Came to Be

"Folks welcome back. I'm talking to canon Jay John. Now, what's that all about? Before we get back into the book, canon J John, you go by J John. It's a great marketing idea, because there's no other Jean, but what, how do you come to be forget about cannon? We'll get to that in a moment. But Jay John, what is this? Well, Eric, your Greek, guilty. I'm Greek and my naming Greek is yanagi yuan is. And if you translate my greet name into English, it will be John's son of John. So when I kiss you one is you honest. So when I wrote my first wait, you're first name is yanaki. Yes. Now I've never heard that. Yeah, nagy says John and Johan is his son of John. Well, Yanni's or iwan is John. That's right. Janae is like the diminutive of John. It's like Johnny. It is. So my brother's name is John. We call him, you know, Yanni Yankee, whatever. Okay, so you decided living in England to keep things simple to be able to communicate this. You're never going to pull off this yanagi's thing. No, so I Anglo size my name and then when I wrote my first book, several decades ago, I just had this idea, oh, I'll just call it J John. But I never ever dreamt that the book would do really well. And then that person J John was being invited to go and speak. So I never intentionally decided. But so then I did. And it stuck. It's a bit like C. S. Lewis, T.S. Eliot, DL moody. Yeah. Yeah, EJ metaxas now. It's not gonna work. It's not

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Modi to Repeal India Farm Laws Following Protests

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Modi to Repeal India Farm Laws Following Protests

"In a major policy reversal Indian prime minister Narendra Modiji says he will repeal the controversial agricultural tools that have sparked a year long protests posed a significant challenge to his administration his most influential voting blocs rejoice at the news of Modi's change of heart they have for months demanded the withdrawal rule of the loopholes which they fear would dramatically reduce the incomes moody's surprise decision in a televised national address comes ahead of elections early next year in key states like Gujarat Pradesh the Punjab the last significant agricultural produces away

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"moody" Discussed on Moody on the Market

Moody on the Market

07:00 min | 7 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Moody on the Market

"Everybody gets pat moaning in his time again for another addition of moody on the move our series behind the scenes as we go to businesses around southwest michigan. Take a look at the impact of what the pandemic has had. And today we're with an organization that really felt it and has been a large part of making things better here in michigan's great southwest presented by united federal credit union. We get you here and this is moody on the move. We've come together with the united federal credit union to talk about the great companies. We have here in southwest michigan. How critical the is that. We keep them here. And keep them alive and thriving in michigan's great south west today. We are united way of southwest michigan and over the last twenty months. It's been an amazing ride for these folks and right now i want to talk first with rachel rachel. You basically came up with the line. We were built for this. When the pandemic came into purview. Talk a little bit about that and what that means and what you did. Yeah for us. A lot of it came down to infrastructure. United way of southeast michigan has a deep and wide network of connections into both local organizations nonprofit organizations corporate partners volunteer groups and so our infrastructure enabled us to bring people together and give people opportunities different ways to provide support during the pandemic whether it was volunteering or contributing to a fund to help people in the community it was just infrastructure that enabled us to be flexible and nimble enough to create. What what we needed to have in the community to to create that response to the pandemic and so you know you're off and running and probably ever bucket that you had had to be filled in multiple ways and so many different things jennifer your take on the last twenty months. Well those first few days of the lockdown or just still so vividly and. I continue to be amazed that in those first few days. We didn't have a knee-jerk response. Which would have been totally natural and understandable at a time of crisis like that. The sky was falling. But we couldn't run around like chicken little. We didn't and i think that that was the evidence that we built for this. We were ready for it without even knowing that we were ready for it. And it debbie you in charge of volunteer. It's all about volunteers here. Read united way. So i can imagine your your rolodex was flying busy i. It wasn't busy right. We were all kind of stuck in our houses and oma sure how long it would last or or we could or should be doing and then all of a sudden people started to call. And say i want to help. How can i help. What can i do to help. And we're like yeah we want to help to all right and then it is. All the pieces started to fit together. There were seniors that needed food. There were folks in the community that needed food delivered so we worked with volunteers and agencies like area agency on aging that southwest michigan community action agency to get food delivered to seniors. People were asking about masks right. I've got mass. I've made mess thousands and thousands of masks were made. And what you do with the masks. Well we ended up becoming the central hub for places for people to donate donate those mass to and then we could in turn get them back out into the community to people who need it the maximum so looking back is always good but then the next step is all right now. We gotta look forward because this hasn't ended yet. And where did you go. At a couple of really important things. We learned from the pandemic. The i was that there were cracks in our systems long before kobe. Nineteen ever hit but they were small enough that we could kind step over them Pretend that they weren't there kind of ignore that we hadn't even seen them. But the pandemic really turned those cracks into chasms that became so large that we couldn't step over them and we couldn't ignore them anymore. In addition to that prior to the pandemic we had done some research about the communities aspirations and had really found that people in southwest michigan. Wanna live in a community. That's more connected and inclusive. They want both a geographic and metaphorical community sense of community. Where they feel like they belong and they can be a part of something that is bigger than themselves. And so these ideas of systems and connections united way had been dabbling in that work for a little while but the pandemic really kind of put an exclamation point on those things and showed us that we were doing the right work but maybe we needed to look at how we did that. A little bit differently because the world is a different place now absolutely and as a result you are different now jennifer as an organization. Talk a little bit about how your difference. Well one of the things that we did during the pandemic was really launch our advocacy effort in a concerted way. We'd always done it but we started to do it. More seriously more strategically and that was one of the few things that people could do from home. This is a way for them to change the system to impluse their elected officials to affect public policy. When they couldn't do much else and so we found that there was really a lot of engagement on that front and we were surprised by how much it took off and so far we've had three advocacy successes as a result outstanding. and so. is it easier these days to line up people to help and volunteer. It is it is and that is a had a lot to do with a pandemic. we became again the volunteer center. Recant it kind of elevated are places. The volunteer center persepolis michigan so whether it was agencies who needed volunteers they could easily come to us and say help us. How do we get volunteers and individuals looking to volunteer. Could come and say what. I wanna do something. What can i do when they could easily see the opportunities there. We grew our volunteer base from by by twenty five percent just within the past couple of months but we had grown by probably a thousand during the phantom truly remarkable so folks want to your wine as as always has been volunteer advocate. Give and i think for us. One of the biggest things as an organization is recommitting to this notion of putting people at the center of everything that we do and not just the people that we serve but the people who support us and not just the people who support us by giving financially but those who advocate and those who wanna volunteer people who wanna lend their voice or their muscle. I think now more than ever more people are wanting.

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"moody" Discussed on RevTalks

RevTalks

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"moody" Discussed on RevTalks

"Okay hey welcome. To rep talks everyone. My name's tracey. Thomasson greg moody and i mashed. Rudeina are gonna be going through marketing. We kind of talked a little bit last week. We talked a little bit about Basically the websites and the quality of the website. What you need. What website needs to look like what it needs to do. Online and kind of the benefits of having a marketing platform as a website versus. Maybe a possibly cookie cutter website or are we. You know one of those inexpensive ones. They're just kind of build yourself type websites. That just aren't generating what people are now looking for especially with what's going on with this. Pandemic mass moody. You want to start off with a start talking about the marketing one other thing on the website. sometimes people are spending a lot of money or they've got accompanied. It seems like they're doing what looks like a building a nice website navy's he's been to three hundred four hundred dollars a month on their website. But it's still isn't doing a very good job. Week is still one of those cookie cutter websites. So it's definitely worth spending a little bit. It's fine and having a snake a look at it doesn't mean we we might. We've told a lot of people hate their websites a good good website. And and then we just do what we're gonna talk about later is helping with their markings so we don't we don't necessarily want to change your website at least house take a look at it and run through some tools that will tell you how goule looks at website and health some really rating systems..

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"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

02:50 min | 8 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Do you know they're not lying. How do you know they're not cheating. You know but you generally accept the testimony of others. Certain medical diagnoses. You go to a doctor. You might get a second opinion but still you're gonna say okay. Yeah i got cancer. I don't know if i've kansas guy telling me i do right. You get prescription meds. How do you know the restrictions gonna work. How do you know it's the right prescription. It's the right you know. It's it's the right medicine for your problem. You're relying on testimony the testimony of others and what happens in history. You can't go back in time and verify you have to rely on testimony from people in the past. That's true for so much of what you believe. Now when you have enough evidence in prior experience to believe that certain activities and certain assurances from other people are safe and true you believe it you go with it even though you can't verify them personally everybody has a certain amount of faith a certain amount of trust no matter what you believe and when you look at the new testament despite your moods that may change with your digestion. Or what circumstances or with your state of health or with something that happens to you and you you you get shaken by despite all that jesus has still risen from the dead despite all that god exists and jesus rose from the dead. Those are the two facts you need to. You need to really look into because god exists. And jesus rose from the dead. Christianity is true. Even if you don't feel it's true even if your moods change even if circumstances change even if your friends don't agree even if you're unpopular on social media because of it it's still true and if you believe that it's true and trust in what christ said you're saved in fact even if you don't have evidence for belief that even if you blindly trust in your still save. That's not what god wants you to do. But you're still saved. You just might not be good enough disciple. You might not be good enough disciple to share the truth with others to show the truth to others. You can know christianity's true and not be able to show it but he wants you to be able to show it to and that's why you need the evidence so you mody christian. I hope we all have moved to go up and down. But don't rely on your moods. Don't rely on your psychology. I only evidence and we will be saved all right. I'm frank great being with you. Don't forget about the two courses coming up last chance for the ocean course. The lgbtq course starts on october eighteenth go to cross examine dot org click on online courses. Lord willing to see here. Next week god bless..

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"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:27 min | 8 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Force the ethics of abortion. Because the i zoom is monday night. Wanna be a part of that really. Have three seats left. With great scott clues and gore and engaging lgbtq conversations with compassion and clarity starts. October eighteenth another online. Course you're gonna wanna be a part of that. You don't want to miss it so don't go anywhere we're going to talk about how mood can affect the relationship and how you need faith in order to move forward. We're back into. Are you a moody christian. Do you follow your moods or the truth. The you follow your mood or the evidence. You're listening. I don't have enough faith to be eighty with. Frank turk the american family radio network. And i just read a portion of your christianity that cs lewis of course famously wrote on this issue and he mentions look. You've got to keep these things in front of you. You've got to keep prayer in front of you every day. The bible in front of you evidence for the faith you gotta have fellowship with others. In other words you gotta maintain your faith otherwise you can be enticed lured. You can drift away from the truth and the same thing is true. Not only with your relationship with jesus but with your relationship with your husband or your wife or your boyfriend your girlfriend or whomever you're in a relationship with you need the same. Trust all by habit in a marriage relationship that you do in a relationship you have with god in fact as you know that marriage is an illustration of our ultimate relationship with god. You have to be reminded you have to work at it. You have to stay connected to one another or you can drift away. This is why by the way. And louis points this out elsewhere in mere christianity and it's fabulous chapter on marriage in there. He says this is why. You need a vow. Why do you need vows. And by the way when you get married. What what is the val. Do you vowed a feel a certain way for the next fifty years. Now you can't vow feelings you might as well vowel. I'll never get angry. I'll never get hungry. You can't vow such things because love is not a feeling now. Feelings may be associated with love but love is not a feeling love is a decision. Love is a choice to seek. What's best for the other person. That's what love is and you can vow your behavior. You can't vow your feelings you can't vow your moods you can't vow your emotions so when you get married your vowing to love the other person an action in behavior not in feeling now thankfully if you do love the other person even when you don't like them the feelings can flow from that but the feelings aren't necessarily necessary for you to love someone you can love someone with not having feelings for them in fact christ says love your enemies. Do you have good feelings for your enemies. No it would be impossible to love your enemies if feelings were required. So you need the vow and the vow is behaviors. You also need the vow when you're tempted when you're doubting when you don't like the other person you don't need the vow when you have all the feelings of infatuation that i had when you first met your husband your wife those feelings of being in love you don't need a vow when when you have those feelings you can't you can't be pulled away from the other person you need vow when those feelings are gone or when they when they dwindle when they diminish and thankfully they do diminish not that. You don't have some positive feelings toward your spouse. I do even sometimes giddy feelings. I do but they're not continuous when we first met and thankfully they're not why because you couldn't survive if that were the case. What would become of your work. What would become of your other relationships. What would become of of other things you needed to do in life if you were completely consumed with thoughts for the other person and you couldn't do anything else. Your heart beating like a hummingbird all the time man. You couldn't survive five years of that and lewis. I don't have it in front of me but in mere christianity. He says he says. Look that feeling of infatuation that feeling of being in love is a wonderful feeling but you can't base a whole relationship on that because you couldn't have any other relationships you couldn't accomplish anything else in life if that consumed you. He said that feeling. Maybe the explosion that started the relationship. But it's not the engine that keeps it going. The engine that keeps it going requires behaviors of love toward the other person. Not just feelings of infatuation so when you vows and he also makes the point. I don't know actually. I don't know if he makes this point in this chapter in mere christianity. Now that i think of it. But here's the point. I'd like to make regarding it. Only need the vow when you don't have the feelings that's why you take a vow because when the when the feelings subside because you look you're a broken person the other your spouse is a broken person to and you put two broken people in one relationship. There's going to be trouble. There's going to be moved. There's going to be emotions. There's going to be irritants. there's going to be things that don't work out the way you want them to work out. And you're going to have to work all through that otherwise you're just gonna go to and fro from one relationship to the next and the feelings going to go in the next relationship and then when you leave that one the feelings going to go eventually in the next relationship because you have a false expectation that love is all about feelings and it doesn't work out that way. Look yeah the grass may look greener with someone who lives across the street. But you need to remember that all grass needs mowing okay. All relationships take work and that it causes us to grow and become more like jesus when we actually have to work to love other people rather than we just have feelings of infatuation for them so just like your relationship with christ you have to guard your heart with with other people if you allow your emotions to govern your relationships with people. Those relationships aren't going to last very long. they're going to explode. They're gonna blow up. You've got to guard your heart not follow your heart if you follow your heart and every whim you have every every person you find attractive and you run off with that person forget it.

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"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

06:47 min | 8 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"The you follow your mood or the evidence. You're listening. I don't have enough faith to be eighty with. Frank turk the american family radio network. And i just read a portion of your christianity that cs lewis of course famously wrote on this issue and he mentions look. You've got to keep these things in front of you. You've got to keep prayer in front of you every day. The bible in front of you evidence for the faith you gotta have fellowship with others. In other words you gotta maintain your faith otherwise you can be enticed lured. You can drift away from the truth and the same thing is true. Not only with your relationship with jesus but with your relationship with your husband or your wife or your boyfriend your girlfriend or whomever you're in a relationship with you need the same. Trust all by habit in a marriage relationship that you do in a relationship you have with god in fact as you know that marriage is an illustration of our ultimate relationship with god. You have to be reminded you have to work at it. You have to stay connected to one another or you can drift away. This is why by the way. And louis points this out elsewhere in mere christianity and it's fabulous chapter on marriage in there. He says this is why. You need a vow. Why do you need vows. And by the way when you get married. What what is the val. Do you vowed a feel a certain way for the next fifty years. Now you can't vow feelings you might as well vowel. I'll never get angry. I'll never get hungry. You can't vow such things because love is not a feeling now. Feelings may be associated with love but love is not a feeling love is a decision. Love is a choice to seek. What's best for the other person. That's what love is and you can vow your behavior. You can't vow your feelings you can't vow your moods you can't vow your emotions so when you get married your vowing to love the other person an action in behavior not in feeling now thankfully if you do love the other person even when you don't like them the feelings can flow from that but the feelings aren't necessarily necessary for you to love someone you can love someone with not having feelings for them in fact christ says love your enemies. Do you have good feelings for your enemies. No it would be impossible to love your enemies if feelings were required. So you need the vow and the vow is behaviors. You also need the vow when you're tempted when you're doubting when you don't like the other person you don't need the vow when you have all the feelings of infatuation that i had when you first met your husband your wife those feelings of being in love you don't need a vow when when you have those feelings you can't you can't be pulled away from the other person you need vow when those feelings are gone or when they when they dwindle when they diminish and thankfully they do diminish not that. You don't have some positive feelings toward your spouse. I do even sometimes giddy feelings. I do but they're not continuous when we first met and thankfully they're not why because you couldn't survive if that were the case. What would become of your work. What would become of your other relationships. What would become of of other things you needed to do in life if you were completely consumed with thoughts for the other person and you couldn't do anything else. Your heart beating like a hummingbird all the time man. You couldn't survive five years of that and lewis. I don't have it in front of me but in mere christianity. He says he says. Look that feeling of infatuation that feeling of being in love is a wonderful feeling but you can't base a whole relationship on that because you couldn't have any other relationships you couldn't accomplish anything else in life if that consumed you. He said that feeling. Maybe the explosion that started the relationship. But it's not the engine that keeps it going. The engine that keeps it going requires behaviors of love toward the other person. Not just feelings of infatuation so when you vows and he also makes the point. I don't know actually. I don't know if he makes this point in this chapter in mere christianity. Now that i think of it. But here's the point. I'd like to make regarding it. Only need the vow when you don't have the feelings that's why you take a vow because when the when the feelings subside because you look you're a broken person the other your spouse is a broken person to and you put two broken people in one relationship. There's going to be trouble. There's going to be moved. There's going to be emotions. There's going to be irritants. there's going to be things that don't work out the way you want them to work out. And you're going to have to work all through that otherwise you're just gonna go to and fro from one relationship to the next and the feelings going to go in the next relationship and then when you leave that one the feelings going to go eventually in the next relationship because you have a false expectation that love is all about feelings and it doesn't work out that way. Look yeah the grass may look greener with someone who lives across the street. But you need to remember that all grass needs mowing okay. All relationships take work and that it causes us to grow and become more like jesus when we actually have to work to love other people rather than we just have feelings of infatuation for them so just like your relationship with christ you have to guard your heart with with other people if you allow your emotions to govern your relationships with people. Those relationships aren't going to last very long. they're going to explode. They're gonna blow up. You've got to guard your heart not follow your heart if you follow your heart and every whim you have every every person you find attractive and you run off with that person forget it.

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"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

08:37 min | 8 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Fans come and fans go and yet there are so many people in our culture today want to jump on the latest fad even if it contradicts what christianity says because they're tossed to and fro as james said in his little epistle tossed by every new thing that comes along anyway back to louis. Here's what he says he says. This rebellion of your moods against your real self is going to come anyway. And here's a key point. He says that is why faith is such a necessary virtue. Unless you teach your moods where to get off you can never be either a sound christian or even a sound atheist but just a creature dithering to and fro with its beliefs really dependent on the weather and the state of digestion in that state of its digestion. Consequently one must train the habit of faith unquote against this is louis. One must train the habit of even. If you're an atheist yes. Atheists have faith if we're using faith in the sense that you can't explain everything and verify everything you have to have some measure of fate. Some measure of trust. You have to you have to do that. Regardless of what position you hold christian atheist muslim buddhist whatever. It is agnostic. You have to have faith that you can't no right. I know you can't know so you have to have some level of faith now. Obviously as we mentioned last week faith doesn't mean that you have no evidence in christianity. It means trusting in what you have good evidence to believe is true trusting in what you have. Good evidence to believe is true. You have good evidence. But you don't have exhaustive evidence. You can't verify everything. And i'll say here a little bit later in the show that even scientists can't verify everything. There's some measure of faith where you have enough evidence to trust in what you have good evidence to believe. Even though you don't have every question answer you don't have every t cross you in every i dotted. You don't have every question that you've ever thought of completely answered to your satisfaction. And of course. James as i mentioned a minute ago talks about this and james talks about this. When he is discussing trials the very second verse of of his epistle chapter one verse. Two says considerate poor joy. My brothers and sisters when you face trials of many kinds because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Timeout who really considers trials. Ajoy well james is saying you ought to count it joy not that the trial is pleasant. But it's going to bring maturity to you it's gonna produce perseverance and let perseverance finish his work so that you may be sure and complete not lacking anything if any of you lacks wisdom you should ask god who gives generously to all without finding fault and it will be given to you. By the way one of the ways you get wisdom as you studied the scriptures. That's the primary way. Why would we have the scriptures if god was going to tell you directly what to do every day. Why would you have a book of proverbs for example if god was going to tell you what to do every day no the primary way. God communicates is through the scriptures. Doesn't mean you can't do other things he can. But the primary way does it is through the scriptures. That's why he's giving it to us anyway. He says but when you ask you must believe in doubt because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea blown and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect receive anything from the lord such a person double minded and unstable in all they do double minded and this is i think that's pretty much the the theme of the of the epistle of james don't be double minded trust in christ and live like you really trust in christ. Don't be in and out. Don't be halfway. Go all the way. And this is why lewis says. Look you've gotta once you. Your reason has accepted. something is true. You've gotta tell your moods where to get off because if you don't not only will you not be a christian. You wouldn't even be a good atheist. He says that is why pay is such a necessary virtue a less. You teach your moods where to get off. You can never either be a sound christian or even a sound atheist and of course james is talking about it in the context of being a christian. Now how do you do this by the way. And here's what lewis says. Lewis says the first step is to recognize the fact that your mood change. The next is to make sure that if you have once accepted christianity than some of its main doctrine she'll be deliberately held before you're mine for some time every day that is why daily prayers and religious readings and church going are necessary parts of the christian life we have to be continually reminded of what we believe neither this belief nor any other will automatically remain alive in the mind it must be fed as and as a matter of fact says louis if you examined one hundred people who had lost their faith in christianity wonder how many of them would turn out to have been raised. Reasoned out of it. By honest argument. Do not most people simply drift away unquote. Yeah they drift away. In fact the writer of hebrew says this hebrews chapter two says we must pay more careful attention therefore to what we have heard so that we do not drift away. We can easily drift away especially in our culture. There's so many distractions that can cause you to drift away. From the truth that can cause you to drift away. From jesus in fact is drift away be enticed away be pulled away be lured away be trapped away. James also talks about. That's how we get. We said we get enticed by our desires. We get lured away and so we have to continually study pray fellowship with others meditate on the scriptures and continually look at the evidence for christianity and the theology the main doctrines behind it to be confirmed in what we believe otherwise feelings can come moods can come and can drag us away. This is why again. I think one of the most powerful and necessary versus in the entire bible. Today is as i mentioned in the book of proverbs. I just mentioned it before the break above all else. Guard your heart because everything you do flows from it. Where is your heart. Where's your sennar of your of your of your direction in life doesn't mean that the oregon pumping blood in your in your chest. He's talking about the center of your direction gardening. You know what your direction should be if christianity true are you following it or are you continually being pulled away are you. Are you being pulled away you drifting away or you enticed away. You lured away by moods in fact when we come back from the break. This kind of reasoning and this kind of faith is necessary for relationships including a marriage relationship. But be before we get to that i want to mention. I'm gonna be at truth for a new generation converts in myrtle beach tober th and sixteenth then university of cincinnati. October eighteenth. these are all open to the public albeit northwest missouri. State college lord willing november third. And i also want to mention. This.

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"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

06:20 min | 8 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"The head belief in is also of the head but it's also of the heart. It's it's it's not just believing that something is true. It's trusting in it but it doesn't necessarily mean you have a feeling that goes along with it. I mean feelings may come from believing in or trusting in depending on your personality but feelings aren't required or necessarily evidence of your decision. Look i'm not a very emotional person on these things. My friend jim wallace's and either in fact when you talk to him he will say look. I don't have all these these feelings about god. And all this. I mean i know intellectually that god exists and i trust in him for my salvation but feeling so necessarily flow from that not continually anyway. You shouldn't be waiting for a mood or an emotion to confirm a decision. You've made it might come. And many people have those moods or have those emotions but that is not the evidence or bad is not required for you to know that you believe in that you trust in. You don't need the emotion to have the intellectual affirmation in your own mind that you not only believe that jesus the savior but you are trusting in him for your salvation and so feelings may come feelings may go. But that doesn't necessarily mean that you need a feeling to affirm what you've already deciding. Factor was martin. Luther who said feelings come and feelings go How did he put it feelings. Come and feelings. Go but feelings can be deceiving. My warren is the word of god. Not else is worth believing. This is by the way why the proverbs say above all else. Guard your heart because everything you do flows from it notice. The proverb that's province for twenty-three doesn't say follow your heart. It's guard your heart. You may have feelings come. You may have feelings go big key point though is the facts the truth and if you've accepted christ you're save i'm gonna mention what. Cs lewis says about this brilliantly. I might add right after the break to go anywhere. you're listening. I don't have enough faith to be. Frank turk on the american family radio network back into if you're low on the fm. Dial looking for national public radio go no further. We're actually going to tell you the truth here. That's our intent. Anyway you're listening to. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist with frank turk on the american family. Radio network website cross examined dot org niche cross examined with demand the end of his dot or today. I'm asking the question. Are you a moody christian. You trust your moods or do you trust the evidence you rely on feelings to discover whether or not christianity is true or do you look at the facts you look at the evidence and before the break we were talking about a sheriff who wrote in and said he was having trouble going from belief that to belief in and i thought it would be helpful to take a look at what. Cs lewis said about this. Because lewis as you know has said so many things so well and in mere christianity he talks about what happens when your mood changes. Here's what he said. Let's let's track along with lewis here for a few minutes. He says supposing man's reason wants decides that the weight of the evidence is for it and he means christianity. I can tell the that man. Or i can tell that man what is going to happen to him in the next few weeks. Here's what lewis says. He says there will come a moment when there is bad news or he is in trouble or he's living among a lot of other people who do not believe it and all at once his emotions will rise up and carry out a sort of blitz on his belief routes will come a moment when he wants a woman or wants to tell a lie or feels very pleased with himself or sees a chance of making a little money in some way. That is not perfectly fair. Some moment in fact that it would be very convenient if christianity were not true and once again his wishes and desires will carry out a blitz. I'm not talking about moments at which any real new reasons against christianity. Turn up those have to be faced and that is a different matter. I'm talking about moments. Where a mere mood rises up against it and let me stop right here. You know mir mood might be the fact that you're expecting a mood to arise in you that confirms christianity is being true right. It might be you might be thinking. Well why don't they have more feelings or why haven't had the sense of the holy spirit. That that i sense other people have and you might think well that means. Christianity isn't true anymore. Because i don't have what my neighbor has in. He or she says they they have these feelings for god all the time. So maybe maybe. I'm not really christian. That mood might come up in other words all right. Let's go back to louis. He says now. Faith in the sense. In which i'm using the word is the art of holding onto things. Your reason has once accepted. In spite of your changing moods for moods will change whatever view. Your reason cakes. I know that bhai experience. Now that i am a christian i do have mood in which the whole thing looks very improbable but when i was an atheist i had moods in which christianity look terribly probable unquote again. This is from c. s. lewis mere christianity. Yeah moods come and moods go feelings. Come and feelings go. But what about the facts. In fact.

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"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:31 min | 8 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"It does truth exists because you have faith. Does that make this book. Does god exist so when someone says there is no truth if you apply the claim to itself. What you say is that true. They don't think christianity truth. There talked out of it. You know why because they've never been talked into it. Cross examining skeptical and atheist view. Welcome to cross. Examine with dr frank. Turek ladies and gentlemen. Are you moody christian de and other words. Do you trust your moods. Forty you trust the evidence. Do you always look for some sort of emotional confirmation. That you're a christian or that god is somehow working through you working in your life or do you trust in the evidence that is already been provided through the scriptures that christianity is indeed true and that there's evidence that the scriptures are indeed true last week we talked a lot about faith. What is faith we answered questions like First of all what is faith is faith blind. Doesn't the bible say. Faith is the conviction of things not seen. What is the relationship between faith and reason. Is there a difference between knowledge and certainty into atheist just lack of belief in god or do they have faith as well and we pointed out that everyone has faith and i can't go through all what we covered last week again. Go back and listen to that but this is going to be a bit of a continuation. Because i got an email actually about a month ago. I had the opportunity to get to it now. Question by the way. If you've ever liked to submit a question to us just type a question to hello at cross examined dot org. That's a low would cross examine dot. Org and you're listening by the way to. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist with me. Frank turk on american family radio network. Anyway i got this question from a sheriff's deputy deputy. He does not want me to reveal his name but he was very complimentary of our podcast and also great. Coco's tactic spoke and the books that jay wallace's written but he said this he said i've heard you say on your podcast that you should not only believe that god exists. But you have to believe in him. This sheriff said in my logical mine. I wholeheartedly believe that. God exists and that christ. Dieting was resurrected. I believe the evidence is beyond a shadow of a doubt and then he says but i find myself having a hard time believing in him when i should he said. I've often preached to inmates and use my beliefs to comfort families and victims of crime and accidents. I've done death notifications and used what i've learned from you and others listed above to help those people when you just have to have faith or when you say just have faith is not enough. He says i feel a great sense of passion. When i preach and talk about christ and using apologetic many people have told me how passionate i sound. While speaking on apologetic and the existence of god and the death and resurrection of jesus. He said i feel close to god when i do it but sometimes well actually most of the time. I just wish. I had someone to preach to me like i do to other people. And then this sheriff's deputy said in my line of work. I get down way down some time so my question is. Do you have any advice on what i should do to help me. With the belief in part. I know that god exists in jesus died and was resurrected that i should put my case for it in front of a jury in a second but when things are quiet when trying to fall asleep in finding myself having a hard time believing in him i want that it helps when i sleep to an audiobook of yours or my books can put you to sleep definitely and and talking to god i feel anxiety rise more than a lot of situations i've dealt with at work i feel like i'm not making that connection i should and i feel like i'm doing something wrong like god knows i'm having a hard time believing in him i hope this email explains and you can understand what i'm trying to ask thank you for your time in god bless this again this is from a sheriff's deputy is is identity is being withheld and i can't answer all of this right now because i think there's a certain perspective that i don't have that my friend jim wallace says j. wonderwall so actually called jim on this Sheriff and i'm going to send you his contact info. He wants to talk to you about this because he has experiences in this field. That i don't have but in speaking to him he said a couple of things and then you'll have a more in depth conversation with him. He said first of all being law enforcement can cause you to become very negative because you only see the worst of humanity. Especially if you're always on patrol you need to. You need to rotate atta patrol. You need to ask for a transfer to get into positive environment. Because you don't want to get your identity just from your job and you don't want to have your identity in your job dragged you down all the time so you need to rotate out. Look you're a christian serving as a cop. You're not a cop serving as a christian. Your primary identity effect all identities for everyone listening right now. If you're a christian your identity is in christ. That's your primary identity. It's an identity. You don't achieve you receive. Christianity is the only worldview. Where where it says you don't achieve your identity you receive your identity and if you put your identity and your job what happens when your job goes away. Are you no longer a person with an identity. Your identity is secure in christ and so you have to put your identity in christ and let me say another thing about the difference between belief that and belief in a belief that as we've talked about and we mentioned last week is is not just or let me put it another way belief that is evidence that christianity is true. That's apologetic which are very familiar with you. Get evidence that god exists that jesus rose from the dead and that the scriptures are telling the truth about what jesus said did and then you make a decision to go from mere belief that to trust in or belief in even the demons know that god exist but they tremble they don't trust in him and the scriptures. Say this this is from romans chapter ten. If you declare your mouth. Jesus is lord and believe in your heart that god raised him from the dead. You will be saved for it is with your heart that you believe in are justified and is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved. Paul goes on to say as the scripture says anyone who believes in him will never be put to shame for. There's no difference between jew and gentile. The same lord is lord of all richly is the lord of all and richly blesses. All those who call on him for everyone who calls on the name of the lord will be saved. That's a fact you don't have to have a feeling associated with that belief that.

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"moody" Discussed on Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

"It's a real privilege to share some insights. I would like one listening question. Dr he says. What's your favorite spot and the hinchingbrooke channel. Wow you look at my. Gps it's got pimples. Wisconsin is like a virus must be different spacey's of goals One of my early favorites which everybody knows about now was Hegarty point of goals that's Up near the top end of the channel. Aaron when i first moved up to hinchingbrooke brooklyn two thousand. Six people yeah. Some of the locals unites at all yet. This is where you catch. Catch that guy. I'm i'm rod on the any assistance of may up baby four annoy a lot more to look at but i'll find it. The is all hegarty pointed lots of grinder over there. People catch a lot of gronk. So i went past and did have a look of golson through the region law you do. And i'm thinking scene and granta hero consumers joint schools a barrel and of course. Yeah but these guys are doesn't fish quad as well because it has received a bit of pressure and of course when fish get harassed too much they do move on aggregate in other areas. The realistically a lot of prices may five replaces transitional in square certain. Things occur certain times. And you got to look for these things. Because that's where the fish actively fade the not gang sitting down on a day pollen sulking which becomes like a traditional non spot there actually moving around looking for these different scenarios and. That's what i do now because they the more hungry fish anyway. Yeah and that's that survival right fish at the end of the day. Are you looking for in the looking for safety. So i and the last question chuck are who's You know he's got his own fishing Like i think took charlotte. Something he says. What's your favorite white. Ron cook fish. All sleep defeated from wiser colson. Karen logs drummed and she wanted. It's being put in the fridge. I have an aunt. Sheila only eight fish that die he recognized. You can dice different auto now. I can't but i like to just flare. it would have been a home mail. You can use prime flair as well and put a few bits spicy. You can toss it up. Ugali granules sprinkler garam masala bill twenty bit of curry patents going to carry just like it. That little tiny bit of flyby and but the thing is the matter which way i cook it and what little additives are put into. The flower went on cooking in the shallow frying. It use half oil half bara. And when i turn the fish the first time i squeezed lemon juice elaborate wall still cooking in the pan and a bit of any gotta libraries. Well yes and beautiful love. Oh fantastic. Ron ron moody fishing dot com on your high sneaky funky more on radical self belief the jamaica podcast ryan and..

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"moody" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

02:54 min | 9 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"You're riding along with canada's national radio motorsport authority the race. Line radio network nascar cup and trucks now into their playoff the xfinity series to follow shortly the sixteen driver cup bracket has been set for the next ten playoff races to declare the 2021 champion. So let's get some expert analysis of what's likely to go down with a little playoff handicapping for the man. They call the godfather of nascar media from the motoracing network and sirius. Xm nas car. Radio are longtime friend and colleague. Dave moody part one on race line radio whenever we get into the into the postseason the originally the chase and then the playoff i invariably get on with the host of a show one of those stations along the race. Land radio network. Who wonder why we're into a format like this. And why do we need a format like this to declare champion. Why do we still get questioned about it. Do we need a like this to declare champion. How do you answer that question. Because i know you get asked that too. Well i guess the technical answer. Et is no. We don't need the white this but a lot of us want one like this. I certainly do. I'm a sufficient tenure around here. I guess you are to to remember the days where dale earnhardt would arrive at next to last race of the season wearing a leather champions before he takes a little air out of your balloon for the final referred me the season from a personal point of view. What i don't mess is going on the air on my my sirius. Xm satellite radio program talking about how well. We're headed to home stuff for the season finale. This weekend and jimmy. Johnson needs to finish twenty eight to clinch the championship. Johnson finished twenty eight in his sleep with his hands tied behind his doctor for wearing oven. Mitts it was no drama whatsoever. Everybody doing we'll never have ought again. We go to the final race of knowing gets one four and native best team. That's a good answer to because yeah there. You don't have. It all declared before you get into that last race. And it all becomes anti-climactic dave moody mr sirius. Xm nascar radio or very good friend and colleague the nascar cup playoff breakdown on graceland radio when we get done with. Twenty twenty one. Do we look at kyle larson as perhaps the story of the year knowing what happened to him. That indiscretion an ira. She gets fired by chip. Ganassi hendrick grabs him. He leads the series this year in the regular season with five wins and all kinds of momentum. Do we look at him. A maybe dave as the favourite going into this playoff. And do we look at at kyle. Larson is maybe the story of two thousand twenty one top of all the cup stuff you know. He's just about uncatchable and sprint cars and late models anything else on on clay tracks. What what a story. And what a year for that guy. It's been an amazing year for women and we can talk bennett if you liked about what he's done for motor sports. I take oldest. You're out of asphalt incur fans out of stock are fans vice versa. But you certainly.

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Cat Owners (MM #3819)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Cat Owners (MM #3819)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've seen stories recently about veterinarians having to treat cats for anxiety for depression. If you're a cat owner like me, it wouldn't surprise you. And the reason why? Because of people working from home. Arquette, who was used to having somebody work at home, got a little bit upset when my wife started working from home almost a year and a half ago. She wasn't used to having two people here. She was comfortable with me because I had a certain routine she had a certain routine. But when my wife started working from home due to COVID, it threw off my cat's routine. She didn't get depressed, but she was definitely very moody as all cats are. So what I saw this research coming out about veterinarians across America, talking about moody cats and cats with anxiety. I just kind of chuckled saying, it's what you get for owning a cat. They're unhappy just because they're cats. But what's going to be interesting to me is to see what happens when the reverse happens when the people go back to work. My wife right now is scheduled to go back into the office sometime in January. We'll see if that happens. But I know when she does leave, the cattle be upset then too. But if I'm still working from home, she'll be just fine.

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Cat Owners (MM #3819)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Cat Owners (MM #3819)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've seen stories recently about veterinarians having to treat cats for anxiety for depression. If you're a cat owner like me, it wouldn't surprise you. And the reason why? Because of people working from home. Arquette, who was used to having somebody work at home, got a little bit upset when my wife started working from home almost a year and a half ago. She wasn't used to having two people here. She was comfortable with me because I had a certain routine she had a certain routine. But when my wife started working from home due to COVID, it threw off my cat's routine. She didn't get depressed, but she was definitely very moody as all cats are. So what I saw this research coming out about veterinarians across America, talking about moody cats and cats with anxiety. I just kind of chuckled saying, it's what you get for owning a cat. They're unhappy just because they're cats. But what's going to be interesting to me is to see what happens when the reverse happens when the people go back to work. My wife right now is scheduled to go back into the office sometime in January. We'll see if that happens. But I know when she does leave, the cattle be upset then too. But if I'm still working from home, she'll be just fine.

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Europes Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviations Recovery

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Europes Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviations Recovery

"This summer began on a high note for the aviation industry in the us. Kobe nineteen infections were declining. Dramatically and air travel was rebounding sharply europe even reopened to us tourists. Some analysts saw it as the beginning of a fee shape rebound in air travel but as we head into september. The clouds are back cove is surging again in the us because of the highly. Contagious delta variant. The european union has proposed new restrictions on american travelers and the biden administration stubbornly refuses to let europeans in even though europe now has higher vaccination rates and fewer cove infections than north america as the moody blues would sing has the sunshine. We've been waiting for turn to rain here to discuss this all aviation weeks. Executive editor for commercial aviation jens float. He joins us from frankfurt germany. Also joining us as kevin michael's managing director of aerodynamic advisory and irregular. Aviation we calmness jens. Let's start with you. Tell us what's going on in europe with all these new restrictions it's complicated. That's the kind of the bad news part of it. So the european commission has proposed new restrictions for transatlantic travel given the high infection rate that we see in the us basically. It's saying that all nonessential essential traveled from the us should be stopped. Except if you're vaccinated and that the caveat is important because that obviously means that a lot of people will not be affected by this new mechanism. The other uncertainty in this is of course. European member states have to are in charge of zero and rules so the just proposal and it's not always that they all fall. Follow these proposals.

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"moody" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

The Mindful Coping Podcast

05:05 min | 9 months ago

"moody" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

"Maybe like you said there's step by step more rather process I i forgot how you put. But it was kind of implied. Yeah it's that people have to be ready. I guess for seventy cents For them to go over right. I guess so so yeah. I don't know how ever handled that like if you're with somebody and you don't know whether how far to go. You know what i mean. How how much do you tell them that. Oh yeah i know. I know it i for the first few years. He was just telling everybody. I do about something that i had that i really felt like everybody else needed. But i look back now. I definitely have had more compassionate myself. Anime able to you know to love myself. In of my. I guess i would almost put it. As if i'd say that i was a noxious but it really was coming from a good place. I mean i really did. Feel like i have something to share but i definitely bumped into a lot of people who you know for one reason or another he just. It just wasn't time and so it took a bid to realize. And i love what you're talking about as far as maybe having more of a discerning eye for that then maybe there are and were you into that war. And that's why. I kind of like being a writer because a person can choose whether they want to dive into that vortex or rabbit hole yard. I mean it's it's almost like you know. Read at your own risk. I mean whereas when you when you just kinda intervene on somebody or whatever you know. Even though it's never been to this is that it's more men as hanging out talking interesting stuff but in some guys can come off like that if the person is suddenly like holy shit you know and their whole life. Is you know they don't know what to do anymore. So it is one of those things that that's interesting. That i i think i think part of it though in in this is what i'll share with you and this is one of my. Most recent things is that i i wrote. An article called the dangers of being half woke and what it is. Yeah and it's where you give woke enough did she. Like i'd say how aware of my words and how they can affect others. But i'm only half down scared to talk because i might have been somebody or food because at foods connected if something bad run scared to drive this car because that's connected something bad. I call that half. Whoa 'cause you're not realizing that everything's connected that even bad things are often meant to happen because they bring good it sometimes. Even people have to have that bad karma play out in. You're not going to be able to save them from it and you don't really want to save them from it and so fully vote for me is when you accept that. It's kind of like The bag of a gita where he has to live he has to go fight that battle against his own family. Even though it's his own family you know what. I mean yet. Oh yeah his destiny. That was his karma. That's what was meant to play out..

As Ida Leaves Gulf, Analysts Foresee Modest Economic Damage

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

As Ida Leaves Gulf, Analysts Foresee Modest Economic Damage

"Analysts are predicting hurricane itis destruction although disruptive to the Gulf coast won't devastate the entire U. S. economy hurricane Isaac is sure to take a toll on energy chemical and shipping industries with major hubs along the Gulf coast but economists say the impact on the overall U. S. economy will likely be modest nothing like hurricane Katrina in two thousand five oil prices barely moved Monday as oil companies and refiners assess possible damage from the storm there are concerns though extended power outages could slow their restarts on a national scale mark Zandi of moody's analytics says disruptions caused by item will likely lead him to downgrade its forecast for annual U. S. growth in the July September quarter by a few tenths of a percentage point but he says that could be reversed by the rebuilding that will be needed to repair the hurricane's damage I'm Jackie Quinn

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Midwest Tartaria, Giants, Reset Civilizations and Strange History with Randy Tartarian  - burst 09

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:39 min | 9 months ago

Midwest Tartaria, Giants, Reset Civilizations and Strange History with Randy Tartarian - burst 09

"I'm crazy podcast. I'm your lovable host. Mark palmer investigator of all things weird researcher all things call journey into the mystic realms of the every day and the other world either way. And we're here today with randy. I call him randy tartari in because he's got a whole nother style. He's into tartari. He's into researching what they're really is to be seen when you take a look at some of these town hall buildings and churches structures that seem to have layers going underground or maybe were in places that have been dug up. It's fascinating stuff. And i was happy to have him on for his first podcast ever so we kind of went all over the place as he was definitely excited Told me he listens to this show. So it's cool. It's cool to have someone who's listened to some from my heart and soul my mind and i want to remind everybody that this is my purpose that i saw it out when i was younger. I was mentioned in psychedelics. Smoking weed every day reading these books. I told myself you know it's gonna find my higher purpose in align myself with that. I created that intention to help others to help the little ones the children and the animals and all the small creatures of the earth that create life that we all are so grateful for. I know i am so just a reminder folks set your intentions hi. This is a love cast. It's all love and show randy some love and kindness. Because like i said this was his first time. Ever on a podcast. And i think he was very very well researched. He had some really interesting pictures to show us a police. If you got the love bug like i do over the patriots dot com slash m. fdic and show some love. We'd love to see you there. Join the family and you know. That's where the scene is at synchro. Mystic exploration of the ever expanding now and on our latest journey we went to maka moody's state park and you can hear all the information about that on our patriotic as we heard some really interesting modest noises definitely google search that m. o. o. d. u. s. Noises either way. Enjoy this conversation with randi. The tartari and police will

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Sarah Josepha Hale Made Thanksgiving a Holiday and Wrote 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Sarah Josepha Hale Made Thanksgiving a Holiday and Wrote 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'

"Talking to melanie kirkpatrick. Who has written a book called lady editor about eat tremendously influential but mostly forgotten. Sarah josefa hail. She lived to be ninety. You said melanie so. She had a long period of influences. She most famous for bringing thanksgiving into the the cultural center. Yes i think. That's exactly right but but she is also famous for writing mary little. Mary had a little lap surprise to me. When i learned that. I thought mother go sit written but sarah haley retina. I mean that's amazing. She wrote. Mary had a little lamb. The that we all think of it as something that was in In mother goose. Which g wrote this did she. Then whited she writer. She wrote in eighteen thirty and the sweat lot of children's books and she was briefed. Chief for a couple of years was editor of a juvenile miscellany which was a popular children's magazine period and Nobody remembers this anymore but mary had that we just remember the i i of. Mary had a little lamb. But the third verse had a moral in it and hit. Mrs hale believed that her children's works should carry morals and the moral of mary had a little lamb is to be kind to animals so moody not moving on to school one day. It was against the rules. It may the children laugh and play. Say the see a lamb at school limits. School

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"moody" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"moody" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"Moody number fourteen in thursday's nba draft rusty. Were here in. The bowels of chase center of course bows makes it sound like. We're in some dark tampering. We're actually in a really nice luxury suite and chase center The draft is still ongoing. I believe they're in the latter stages of the first rabbi but the warriors night big trade aside potential trade aside is over. The warriors took jonathan kamenga number seven from g. league ignite and moses moody out. Arkansas number. Fourteen with two lottery picks. That kept both picks. There was a lot of speculation that they would try to package it. As in a trade. they kept Took a big upside play coming at seven and then more of a ready made guy moses moody but someone who still has a bit of upside. He's he's nineteen years old. What what was your reaction when you saw the warriors go with Inga at seven. Because there's been a lot of speculation about that possibility. You know everyone was saying in recent days can maker could fall coming Fall what will the warriors due to me. That was the most interesting thing in in the draft if coming available which wasn't a guarantee if he's available what do they do. It was the ultimate. Like do you. Do you just totally ignore your win now mantra because he's not close to being help helpful next season you.

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How Spyware Mercenaries Hack Your Phone

Slate's If Then

01:59 min | 10 months ago

How Spyware Mercenaries Hack Your Phone

"A couple of years ago. Journalists had arth- vardar ocean had a meeting with a source said art is the co founder of the indian new site. The wire and he was getting ready to talk with the minister from india's moody government the guy. He was meeting started acting a little nervous about their phones. This minister basically in your phone. Saddam tech is found out. Switch it off the show me. He took out his swishes will do and said follow me into another room and then the phones were put in this room. His music system was stunned on loud. And we exited the room with the phone with the of that room and then saxon burrell's to have a conversation said are thought to himself. This may be gone a little far more than anyone really be eavesdropping on us to our phones and the answer that we've all learned this week is yes. A group of media organizations has uncovered evidence of a massive spying effort targeting journalists activists and business leaders sued. Earth is one of several people whose phones were compromise with spyware from the israeli firm. Nso group the company says it sells its by word governments to suhail terrorists and criminals but a group of seventeen news organizations including stood are the washington post and the guardian found that nso software was used to try to hack journalists dissidents and public officials around the world and in several cases like ours someone succeeded. Someone got into his phone. What was on that i mean. And and what was that moment like thinking that that part of your life had been compromised will the lots of photographs of my my dog on the phone. Yeah but it's it's an unpleasant feeling right because you you are then forced to go back and ask yourself exactly the question that you asked me. What was it that they were looking at

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Leon Bridges Is Reinvented on New "Gold-Diggers Sound" Album

All Songs Considered

01:25 min | 10 months ago

Leon Bridges Is Reinvented on New "Gold-Diggers Sound" Album

"Bridges. The album is called. gold digger. Sound the song we're hearing from. It is called motorbike and joining us to talk about this when his radio milwaukee's tariq moody hatred. Hey robyn how you doing all right. The bridges has had such a classic vintage sound over. the years. You know really comes from a different era and on this new album. It still has roots in the past but he kind of mixes it up a bit. Yeah it's a. It's a slight departure. Little more on the Kind of the modern rb sound instead of the traditional rb sound so he spent two years jam nap this place called gold diggers bar hotel and recording studio off the fame Santa monica boulevard in los angeles for less about two years and basically he created a whole new kind of modern. Sam i think that's because of its collaborations. Terrace martin who's best known jazz artis and composer producer. But he's best known for working for artists like kendrick lamar among others robert glass spor- so you hear their Their influences on the album. Yeah he has been on an incredible run of collaborations. Robert glassberg ten smart. You mentioned he's also worked with krung been casey. Musk graves. dip the avalanches. And i don't know maybe maybe it was inevitable that he would head more in this direction. It's not a huge departure. But he does slip into a more contemporary sound very comfortably managing to get like eight. Oh eight drum machines to sit next two horns and strings

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Texas Man Who Waited 6 Hours to Vote Arrested for Illegal Voting

All Things Considered

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Texas Man Who Waited 6 Hours to Vote Arrested for Illegal Voting

"A Houston man who was arrested Friday for illegal voting is being held up as an example of racial bias in the Texas cash bail system. Texas Public Radio's David Martin Davies reports her service. Rogers was the last person to vote in Texas last Super Tuesday. Now he's making news for different reason. The Texas attorney general arrested Rogers on charges of illegal voting because he was on probation. He's being held on $100,000 Bond. Texas State representative Joe Moody in El Paso Democrats said. There's a problem with that bail. He didn't commit a crime of violence here. Unknowingly voted. There is bias in our system. There is a desperate racial impact, mostly for black men. The proposed bail reform bill will make it harder for suspects to be released without a cash bond.

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How Olga Karlovac Developed Her Dark and Mysterious Style

Photography Radio

02:42 min | 11 months ago

How Olga Karlovac Developed Her Dark and Mysterious Style

"You have a really really distinctive and wonderful style. And i should tell everybody who's listening. Of course there's there's a website and it's oh l. g. a. hyphen k. a. r. l. o. v. a. c. hyphen photography dot com. And when you get there if you look at the work and you think it looks vaguely familiar if you are a subscriber to frames magazine than you know that. There's been a review of her most recent book escape. That's on the website there. The work is i want to say it's dark but i don't mean to think to say that it's depressing. It is really evocative is really moody. As a matter of fact. When when i got the chance to review this book i fell in love with it. There's as i said in the review. I said these images are dark blurry out of focus. And that's the point. These are impressionistic images and every single one of them is that invitation to linger in dream. All this is not a concept this is not a style just occurs to somebody out of the blue. How did you come by this way of imagining your work. To be honest he just came to me. I didn't practice it. I didn't try to make my shorts. Look like that simply came to me. Naturally when i was shooting and know going out as mostly. I should wear intuitive and emotion using slower shutter. It's the way it comes and the images simply out to be that way. I mean i should also be kind of windows et cetera so it use another dimension to the images but that was how happens. It's not something that i tried or planned to happen. It's the way i see the world in a way. Okay when you were first beginning. Were you doing more traditional street. Photography more photo realistic stuff for a very short period of time. I was shooting. Maybe more regular some shorts that they're not bloody not the way they look now but very very quickly. I developed decide and now without really thinking about it. One day i simply started shooting the more and more in this way since i started. I felt this is something to where that really came naturally and that e e really something. That is the picture that i really

"moody" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

07:11 min | 11 months ago

"moody" Discussed on From Scratch

"Authentic was sold to apple in two thousand twelve for three hundred and fifty six million dollars and the fingerprint sensor first appeared on the iphone five s in two thousand thirteen scott is also the co founder of k four connect a company that helps users integrate disparate technologies into one platform. Welcome well thank you jessica. It's great to be here so you worked at harris semiconductor for eighteen years. You had some colleagues who introduced the idea of a fingerprint sensor technology to you. Can you talk about that moment. When you first came into contact with this idea there was a guy that worked for me. Nick fan donna. He set up a meeting. Wanted to introduce me to this. Other guy named del set lack. You know this was back a while ago. The late nineteen ninety s and I think we still wore suits or at least ties into work. Most days and here comes dale. Dale has long hair in a pony tail. These little bit bald on top and you know he's wearing a nose ring. And i'm just like who. Is this guy they presented this idea. Fingerprint sensor. I'll be honest jessica. I didn't really think it was a great idea. But nick who i knew exceedingly well thought it could work. Dale convinced me. He was an incredibly smart guy. And i really saw the whole idea of passwords starting to be a problem so we actually started a research project around. That very idea was the biometrics area A busy place. I mean you have Companies creating products to read your is. How big was was that space at the time. So in terms of actual dollars people were spending outside of government. It was exceedingly small in terms of the people that said they could do something. There was a lot. There was probably fifty or sixty fingerprint sensor companies out. There was it about your specific technology. The major thing that you are different from those other companies we we truly had a better technology. You know technically all of them really looking at the surface layer of your finger so if your finger was dry or particularly if you you're older men actually had a number of issues you know as you get older your skin becomes more supple. It's why we all have wrinkles. And so actually when you put your finger down on. A lot of the surface bay sensors the Ridges of your fingerprint would collapse into the valley's an audience was a big black blob. And so what we developed with something at least at the time we had brand named true print was this. Rf radiofrequency field that grid through the outer layer of your finger to your referred to as your live layer right where your trigger. Fingerprint resides in fact. If you sandown your finger to you know basically it's nice and smooth. It will grow back exactly the same way while you were interested at finally harris. Semiconductors the company that you are all with was not interested in pursuing the idea and you licensed the technology from Harris and then started this on on your own. Was that a tough conversation or separation. Yeah i mean you know. I thought i was quitting. Pretty good job to go. Start this other company. The same time harris corporation the parent company was exceedingly supportive. They actually helped fund the company to start now. A you had some fail demos There are some stories of you know you're presenting to the chief technology officer at ibm And your technology networking can you Provide one or two examples. There's definitely demo hell right so the one you talked about. I was meeting with the cto for ibm so he sees the demo on the other side of the room he puts his finger right down on the fingerprint sensor and it says hello dale set. Lack and of course is the co founder rc rcti. So i was joking like you know well recognized you as a cto. You know incredibly embarrassing there was another one with phoenix. technology the bios for Pc's we are in a very small room. And i was set it up on a separate table in the corner and all of sudden out of nowhere. The system yells access denied. And i'm telling you it sounded so loud in that little room and i ignored it. I was pretending. Like i didn't even see it. He's looking at me. As i'm giving my pitch like there's something wrong two minutes later it does it again so of course at that point i had to admit there was a little bit of a problem. But you definitely feel again what people referred to as demo hell tell me briefly about You just your impressions of raising capital. Here's the thing about startups who funded the company. But they don't tell you usually all the people that rejected you so to me. Raising money honestly is like the guy on the side of the road with a cardboard sign asking for money. Ninety eight percent of the cars drive by and don't do anything you know one and a half percent throw something at your give you the finger and point five percent stop and give him money you beg wanna about some of your early prototypes. Some of them didn't work very well. Can you tell me about that. So you know when our first product came out it. It didn't work our first prototype and i mean it didn't not like work well. It like freaking didn't work so that night we call the entire team together and there's probably like seven o'clock at night. I asked the question. How many people don't think we're gonna make it. I twenty people in the room i think. Fifteen of raise their hands and just raised my hand. But i didn't think it would look good. Because i was the ceo right talk about it gave a raw raw speech and then of course as is important any startup we will all went out and had some drinks so the next day Come back in we map out. The plan gave another raw raw talk. And then again we went out tracking. So that's second night. I can remember going home. And i hardly ever talk about work at home but that night you know. I remember sitting down in our living room with my wife. And i was just like rambling on. I was just like honey. I am so sorry you know. Quit a good job. You know we have three kids You know i've ruined are alive. I was just whining crazy. And i'm pretty sure my wife probably said something in those two hours play. I don't remember it right. Because i was so busy whining. But i do remember this jessica. This like at the end of the conversation. My wife said to me. You know what you need to do so just go do it. You know my wife could have turned around said. Yeah you're right. You know we need the money. I you know. go get a job. But she didn't had she not said that that night. Well thank me not have gone forward. So he's an incredibly important moment in my life. I'm jessica harris listening to from scratch. My guest is scott. 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Judge Rules for Florida on CDC Order Blocking Cruise Ships

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Judge Rules for Florida on CDC Order Blocking Cruise Ships

"A federal judge in Florida has issued an injunction to help clear the way for cruise ships to resume sailing in Florida without following government guidelines on cold food safety the judge sided with the state of Florida which says it's being harmed by strict guidelines for cruise ships set by the US centers for disease control the CDC presented a four phase conditional framework to allow cruise ship operations to resume including rules and wearing masks and requiring proof that most passengers have been vaccinated something that Florida's governor has banned the judge's preliminary injunction prevents the CDC from enforcing its help order pending further legal action and orders both sides into mediation Florida Attorney General Ashley moody praised the decision saying the federal government does not nor should it ever have the authority to lock down an entire industry indefinitely hi Jackie Quinn

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Menopause: What the Heck Do My Labs Mean?

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Menopause: What the Heck Do My Labs Mean?

"Let's jump into today's topic. Which is how to interpret your labs. Now a reason. I get this question. A lot is because a lot of times. I find that the women who are asking their clinicians to order these labs either do so disgruntling. -ly were they don't do so at all. And they're left to their own defenses to try to interpret. What their labs mean or on the flip side. If they're willing to get labs sometimes. I see way. Too many labs be ordered like every progesterone byproduct. Which just isn't really necessary. So i wanna try to teach see how to interpret your own laps now. The first thing that you do want to know is guessing where you might be in the peri. Menopause to menopause transition now guessing actually means thinking about what your period are doing now. The diagnosis of menopause is actually not period in twelve months. In that is the most obvious predictor. So think about what you're periods are doing. That's going to be the first step in interpreting the lab. Work that you're getting so what i want you to do is either electronically if you pull out your phone and you start writing down when you have spotting or any type of bleeding that point to be really helpful and if you're one of those women who doesn't get periods anymore than this is something that you don't necessarily have to track but you could track what you may be think are. Pms like symptoms. So who are the women that don't get periods well if you've had a hysterectomy you don't have your uterus anymore. That's one reason you're not bleeding now in this scenario should have your ovaries in. Because if you're over his were taken out than it obvious that you're already in menopause. The other reasons you could have a progesterone releasing udine place in your uterus which is effectively creating a very thin urine lining. So you don't have any periods. You coulda had a uterine artery. Embolism action where you don't get periods anymore or you could have had an ablation and you won't get periods anymore. If you're not getting periods you can't use your periods but you may still beginning. Pms like symptoms so you might wanted then track. Are you feeling bloated. Are you feeling gase. Are you feeling moody. Are you craving salt or chocolate. Things that when you used to get your periods would let you know it was the hormonal fluctuation leading up to that

Community Reels After Nine Killed in San Jose Shooting

Here & Now

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Community Reels After Nine Killed in San Jose Shooting

"After years of planning. The council had approved just hours before daybreak the expansion of Google's Mecca campus, which is expected to bring with it the kind of economic prosperity The city has an experienced in decades. But that celebration was eclipsed by a mass shooting. Here's California governor Gavin Newsom. There's a numbness. I imagine some of us are feeling about this because there's a sameness to this. Any Where USA Just feels like this happens over and over and over again. Rinse and repeat friends and repeat nine people were killed. The shooter killed himself on scene. San Jose now has the distinction as the 15th city in America to experience a mass shooting this year. Oddity. Bundle A moody lives just a few blocks away from where these shootings happened. A rail yard just outside of downtown San Jose. She's a reporter for KQED. I got the call at 7 30 in the morning that there was a mass shooting. That was happening. I was getting ready to work on for their coverage of the Google deal when I started seeing reports of the shooting that the police have sanctioned off that area And then I headed over there Bond. The moody raced to the news conference is to gather more information. San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo spoke about the victims, some of whom were transit employees at the Valley Transportation Authority. These are the women and men. Support our community through this pandemic. They showed up for work every day is essential workers despite risk to their own health. They did it because they understood their mission their commitment to public service. We owe them and their families so much, And as the names of the victims were released, people like San

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San Jose Shooting: Employee Kills Eight at Train Yard

1A

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

San Jose Shooting: Employee Kills Eight at Train Yard

"Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear of Valley Transit Authority Employees shot and killed eight of his coworkers today during a morning attack and a light rail yard in San Jose, California. DD bundle Moody from member station KQED reports The shooter died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. The shooting began at around 6:30 A.m. during a shift change when the overnight and daytime workers were both present. Deputies didn't exchange fire with the gunman and report he took his own life in front of them. Santa Clara County supervisors Cindy Chavez said the public transportation agency was considered an essential service during the pandemic. None were more essential than making sure people could get to their places of work on B J Never stopped. It didn't stop light rail didn't stop bus is it didn't stop helping move people from point A to point B.

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"moody" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"moody" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"That it was the gray haired man that shot her. Oh yeah she does. In my opinion it would seem that the first thing that she says it comes out of her mouth as soon as she awakens is probably. What's the truth. Because she hasn't spoken anybody. She's been unconscious and nobody has been able to speak to her. Try to change your mind or encourage her to say anything specific if you get a little more detail to you've got a fifteen year old girl interviewed by two detectors. Both experienced detect this matter back. Geeky next she is wrong and that they want her to finally tell the truth and she's saying something else for whatever reason but they want to convince your now it's time to really tell the truth to aboard anything. Further happening to her a lot of intimidation put on her to make her change. Her story temporarily says yes. He did change his story but then she went back the truce your book also stated that there were other witnesses who agreed with what stacy said because they had also seen the same man with gray hair in the blue shirt walking around her grandparents property and they're even people who identified this man so it's not too far fetched for stacey to mention this man when others also saw him and knew his identity. Can you tell me more about this man at the police claim doesn't exist air. Let me talk about that a little bit because one thing why put in the book is the information i had since i published a book at probably gotten over two hundred different text and so forth with people that want to offer more information and ironically i had a couple more people offer information information that they saw the same thing. He's an older man with gray hair that morning. Early one of the tenants in the farmhouses saw car car pull up to shapers house dare insurance shapers house and saw two people out. Didn't think much of it. Because he's maybe the loss or google reformation or whatever and he went back into. The kitchen was gone for several minutes but when he came back out he only saw one person back in the car. In the best of his recollection is the one person that didn't get back in the car. Had gray hair was an older guy. Maybe fifty or something like that but at great here and were surprised. Who's only weren shirt. Because it was kinda chilly out at the second thing is one of the one of the neighbors that has a neighboring farm that abuts to the movies properties that morning was getting ready to charge and so forth and saw man gray haired man with a blue shirt walking across armfield later on after all of that i had somebody call me and let me know that they also saw gray haired man walked across the field and had a jacket tied around his waist and what looked like was a gun sticking out of one of the arm. They weren't sure they didn't give it much thought until the book came out and so forth. That's what they thought so had a couple of different people that saw gray haired man with a blue shirt walking in the vicinity with all these witnesses that saw the gray haired man with a weapon walking around early in the morning on the day that the movie family was murdered. I failed to understand why the police would dismiss these witnesses. If even spoke to the witnesses. At all so i also asked rob. Why were these. Witnesses overlooked well. It's a great question first of all in my experience Logan county sheriff's department one of the most corrupt sheriff's departments and all of ohio and it starts with the share. Who would let things take place whether he proved them or not. Not doing anything about it. And i think he's a political person. He wanted to sing the opening shot. So the case of go away and being more problem you got some rogue detectors and deputy sheriff's work there that were involved in this thing. I think That goes real easy to say. Look what we found. Just shoot a shooter or a murder suicide situation and the person who did all the shootings kat moody look. Here's begun lane right next to him and that solves the case. That's pretty much. What share redid did i think. Less than two hours announced the press. The case was closed in the murder suicide. And that's the end of it. So what do you think the motivation would be for the sheriff at the time too so quickly closed that case there was no hurry right. I mean he could have kept investigating but the closed the case in two hours. That just seems unreal. Well i don't think he wanted. He didn't want the adverse publicity he didn't want to have. That's gatien that word Go on forever. I think suspected he knew why it took place not necessarily saying that he encouraged it. And i just wanted to close the case right now and that's the end of the. Don't ask him what. There's nothing here to see so i really find it. Just unusual that people died in the investigation just lasts a couple of hours and there's a press conference stating this. I just don't understand how anybody could. Just come to this decision so quickly. I mean two hours. Yeah to i think within two hours you close it. He called any a temporary press conference enclosed the case. and it's. it's a murder suicide. it's nothing further. Do you wanted to wait for some testers. Also i don't know if they were autopsy reports or what he was waiting for but For made things final. But i think you had a press conference official press conference later on that evening announcer human order certain time. And that's where now the case cases closed some version inside so that day certainly..

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"moody" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"moody" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Moody nodded off. Thank you all for coming. I hope you like the show because it's on the budget. So who did not regard your way, Everybody It's always the way never whatever. Let's go, wait. So much job best face on every bloody pretend you know this song. Everybody come hang, let's go out with a bang. We go fast face on, everybody retain. You know everybody coming. Let's go out with me. Oh, Let's go wake coming up in 10 o'clock here.

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"moody" Discussed on When I'm High

When I'm High

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"moody" Discussed on When I'm High

"Hello everybody welcome to another episode of when i'm hi this is the podcast. That's all about <hes>. You know what it's like to be high and you know we get into some other topics as well sometimes so if you listen to the last couple of episodes you heard becca dystech. She is the nymph of nymph and woodsmen a company out in oregon and we are very happy to have the woodsmen part of that. We've got seth moody here <hes>. Seth say hello. Tell us a little bit more about you and you know any anything else that the people need to know <hes>. thanks for inviting me to your podcast spencer. Yeah i'm the woodsmen of nippon. Woodsmen and becca. And i live on a beautiful farm in southern oregon in the middle the system mountains. And it's fall and it's beautiful just snowed and we finally got some rain and it feels really good right now. So that's awesome. I'm very jealous about the area that you live in. That sounds absolutely gorgeous. I hope to possibly even live out in an area like that. Someday my wife. And i both would love to do that as our <hes>. A retire retiring area. I don't know what i'm trying to say. But you get the picture. So so you're here to talk about cannabis what it feels like to be high. And obviously you have a very special relationship with <hes>. Cannabis specifically the cd side of things <hes>. Can you give us give us some history. While i'm when was the first time you tried cannabis <hes>. You know wha what's what's your history like there. Yeah that's a good one. My history pretty extensive. I started smoking cannabis when i was sixteen and and on probably while until now i smoke pretty consistently now <hes>. But through my twenties it was off my late teens. it was off. I was in the army. So i didn't. I didn't smoke at all. Actually when i got out and smoke for a while. But then i moved to alaska. And i got in with bluegrass crowd and started doing joy relaxing music and art and creativity. And so i really started to smoke a little bit more than but it was mixed with alcohol and so it was always strange <hes>. A lot of times it was strange for me then. So i quit then after moving to hawaii <hes>. Oddly enough living in hawaii i didn't smoke at all was too expensive. It was too difficult to get and it just actually wasn't conducive to the to. The work i was doing i was i was diving. I was underwater a lot. And i honestly didn't feel like i needed to be high. I was so much going on in my environment <hes>. So it was really nice but then you know fast forward to now and fifty one. I've had medical conditions now. Chronic medical conditions that only cannabis actually works for me and allows me to function. The pharmaceutical solutions arm suitable treatments. They create actually more confusion in issues than thc cannabis use see quite heavily us around three hundred milligrams a day. Cbd right around there. I use a lousy and it feels good and it works. Good for me. That's my history in a nutshell. Yeah that's awesome. I feel like. I have so many things to respond to. And of course the as i described to you at the beginning of this and then you know. The listeners may not fully understand the logistics of doing these remote interviews are difficult and so i tried to not interrupt my guests because it just makes the communication really difficult when we have like a one to two second delay. So i i you know you've you you're living in oregon. You lived in alaska. You lived in hawaii. These are these amazing places. And i love that you said that in in hawaii you didn't even really feel like you needed it <hes>. I was lucky enough to be in hawaii for a short amount of time. It was like two weeks back in the early two thousands. But i mean i. I know exactly what you're saying it. It's this absolutely gorgeous place. And i mean i can't even imagine what it would what it was like to be diving there and and doing all that fun stuff and i think. Hawaii is pretty known for cannabis isn't it. Oh definitely definitely. But i was. On and kuwaiti is a notorious family island. It's it's oriented for families and as far as tourism goes <hes>. Maui famous for cannabis and big island is more famous for cannabis and even a walking <hes>. Quite has some but it's so small that it's really <hes>. More treats for locals that are shared. And when i got there but after the first six months and i was there for five years. I didn't really smoke anymore at all. I didn't actually yeah. It was just so beautiful relaxing.

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"moody" Discussed on Free Cookies

Free Cookies

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"moody" Discussed on Free Cookies

"We are burnt out because we are on essentially all of our waking hours, you're adrenaline races. Whenever you get an Email, and you feel like you have to answer it, and you don't ever get a real break. So it went from being this thing that a very small segment of the population needed to combat. They're very highly intense work to be something that I think we all feel like we need because all of our work is intense and mentally taxing in this way. I think that there's a lot of problems with that. I think that what I would like to see happen with self care is for people to focus less like if you viewed it as like, let's say getting sick antibiotics if you had to take antibiotics every single day, it'd be because you were sick all the time. And that wouldn't be good for you or good for your body. So I would like to get to a point where if self-care was the. Antibiotics? We were taking them very infrequently. When we were actually a second. We needed it. And I would like to shift the rest of our day. So that we're not sick all the time. And we don't need it all the time. So for me, it's less of taking a bath. And it's more being like, I'm not going to be available to check my Email after six PM and setting boundaries that work and trying to figure out a way to enjoy and keep my cortisol levels low throughout my entire life. So I'm not writing that that high and low where you get sick. And then the antibody, and then he gets sick. And then you need the antibiotic again, it's like almost a band-aid when we really yeah. The problem. Yeah. And I think that's why so popular right now. I also think again that it's one of those things that sort of been commodified. And I think it's a shame because we've turned it into another task. So we're we're in a society where we are overridden by tasks, you have all of your tasks at work, and then at home, and keeping your you're always. On literally all the time and all the facets of your life. And then the fact that you have to be on for yourself care. You have to get this face mask and get in your bath with your huge rose courts and picture. It's it's so like a CR. Actually, really like a weighted blanket. Oh my God. Like don't get me started. Okay. All right. So we're gonna move into. They normally do lightning rounds at the end of the pockets, which we actually do not do in our podcast, but I kind of came up with something like, oh my gosh. I love lightning. All right. I encourage lists held will this curiosities. And you don't have to give me a yes, or no, I want you to basically be like Bs or not. Yes. And why? So these are wellness trends that I think are kind of current and I want the Liz moody, take, okay? Are you ready for the holiday? I'm ready. I'll take high tech but the heartache well, not as she's put a lot of thought behind. Okay. It's not hot too. Ahead of time. So so cities you'll have thought about even you don't know what I'm thinking. First one, then you shouldn't be working at the web around one. Are you ready? Yes, I'm ready, celery, juice. I think it's have you thought about that. I think. Okay. So I think if you're having a positive experience with celery juice, it's because you were hydrating yourself a little bit better. It's because you're raising your.

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