35 Burst results for "Nece"
"nece" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Tell me if i'm wrong next we have common. This is weird common or garden so it's three words and yes it is the word or but this. That doesn't make sense okay. Well let's just read it common or garden adjective from circa eighteen eighty four. It is chiefly british Well that's why it's confusing and the synonym is ordinary common or garden. If can you can you please explain this to me. Why what this why. This is worded that way. It's very odd to me okay. Next we have commonplace. It is one word. I form noun from fifteen sixty one number. One is archaic. It is a striking passage entered into a commonplace book to a an obvious or trite comment to a yes and the synonym is truism to be something commonly found the etymology says. It is a translation of the latin word locus communists Locus communist and that means widely applicable argument And that is a translation of the greek coins. Topos widely applicable argument or applicable argument. Next is the second form of commonplace adjective from sixteen. O nine commonly found or seen synonyms are ordinary and unremarkable. As in a commonplace occurrence also as in the large mergers that had become commonplace commonplace. Nece is a noun next. We have commonplace book. two words. Noun from fifteen seventy eight. It is a book of memorabilia Never heard of that phrase next. We have common pleas now. The please is missing an e. at the end. So would you say oh. It must be the plural of plea like you're pleading I think that's what that is common pleas. Okay it's a noun from the fifteenth century number one is the synonym court of common pleas to a actions. Yes actions over the english crown. Did not exercise exclusive jurisdiction actions over which the english crown did not exercise exclusive jurisdiction to be civil actions between english subjects. It is a very british thing next. We have common ratio noun from circa seventeen seventy one the ratio of each term of a geometric progression to the term preceding it I understand ratios. I'm not sure if. I understand this one specifically next. We have common room. Two words noun from circa sixteen seventy one a lounge available to all members of a residential.
"nece" Discussed on Silent Warrior Chronicles
"Weekly. Dot obsessive nece has never caught. We jokingly say to each other but we've never gone to that point where we've threatened each other safe if you don't hang out with me or if you don't give me that same attention than this is what's going to happen and we never gotten to that extreme as well of plastering our rooms or whatever with each other's pictures or me grabbing something from your house and bring it over here because it has some of your hair on it or because you wore or something like that that's what i'm talking about craziness..
"nece" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"You know altered the direction of music's sexual adult content throughout do you feel like it's had no influence. Do you feel like it's actually made music more raunchy more explicit or do you feel like it's whatever if it was created or not created wouldn't have made a deal essentially. How did that sticker. How does that sticker influence be explicit content in music. I mean it was a huge. I didn't know that this out in contributed to that in that way but I don't know much of a difference because the raunchy nece the you know. The vulgar in music I know at the time early nineties late eighties in in hip hop was a huge deal with like to shorten things like that because the raunchiest music existed. I guess this just made it so that before you purchase a now you you kind of knew what you were getting into and so i don't. I don't know necessarily contributed to magnifying people's raunchy. Nece because it going to go down those rabbit holes either way. I think there was. There was no containment current. At all. But i will say before passive baton. I think that fucking that parental advisory sticker just makes any image look cooler. I remember when i was designing our I think it was read. Perhaps or maybe the cover art for cigarettes yeah. It didn't look official until out added the parental. I was like it's it's weird like the psychological things thing that that does to just an image because that almost makes it you see an image with the parental advisory and you instantly know music and it's going to be content that's adult stuff so you know who knows maybe in some ways it contributes to the i guess the appeal of what you're about to listen to agree. I think that it's it's more shape did for for the listener for the customer Because i think music is music. I don't think. I don't think it's like jeans. The artist that all the artists. Just do what they want anyways So yeah but yeah. It's funny that i grew up. Can i buy this album. Can't i need my cousin to come here and get it for me. Because i can't walk. I'm not gonna ask my mom to buy this album for me. She'll never buy it for me. Just the parental advisory sticker is definitely a. It's stuck with me and yet men's school it on her own chance like is also. Let me ask you guys. You think of the parental advisory sticker which the very first out in that comes to mind the.
"nece" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast
"If you have time continue sitting and just sit as long as you have time for remember you can come back throughout the day even for just a few minutes of practice and just call that practice. Catching your breath. You can stop in the middle of anything you doing and catch breath. Just be with your breath. Even if it's just for two or three counts. Let that be that spacious. Nece you need at the moment that spacious nece to let you may in different choice to not become angry to not say something that you'll regret or to just enjoy the moment that you're having even more by taking a breath and really seeing look around you really see snake connection with the world and see the beauty in it. So thank you for being part of my practice. And i'll see you on tuesday morning..
"nece" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"It's the ability to engineer. Transform transformational experiences. Yeah i look at everything through that lens now. That's really really powerful. And so eve accomplished a lot in your career One could argue that you could probably just chill and spend time with your kids and your grandkids and not keep pushing his heart as you do what. What really then keeps your fire burning y. Why keep pushing forward. It's interesting that. I had a conversation similar to this a couple years ago with one of my peers in the industry and we were both speaking at a conference and it was in late november so we were both finishing up that current year. We both had record years and she said you know. I'm asking myself the question. How much is enough you know. When do i need to stop. And just be thankful for what i haven't not press on. And so then. She said she said to me she said. When will that be for you. And i said i hope to god never and here's why it's not because i need more stuff but it's because the bigger challenge when they're discomfort zone creates growth. So if i'm working out with my trainer in the morning and he's pushing me. Harder always does nece pushes me harder than i think. I can push myself or definitely harder than i would push myself. That's what creates the growth. And that's the thing. I love about business. Why hate the word retirement. While i will never retire. I'm gonna die with my boots on. Because i wanna grow you know i think that's the very essence of life when you stop growing. You die even if it takes a few years for your body to catch up. Yeah that's a great point. And so to that end. I know that you you're strong. Proponent of of what you and many others call big thinking in your mind what what does it take to be a big thinker. And then how do you kinda real that in where you want to change the world you wanna do all these amazing things but you still have to do something right here and right now keep so. Can you talk to the power. Big thinking minute. Sure so when. I think about goal setting and i've got a course called five days to your best forever. This my biggest course and it's all about about goal setting and when people set their goals It's it's interesting to see the patterns fall into especially corporate people because typically they'll set their goals inside the comfort zone. You know they don't wanna get in trouble if they miss a goal and so they'll dial it up just enough to show some improvement but not so much that it makes them uncomfortable as the definition of the the comfort zone and inside of the comfort zone you know how to achieve that growth. You're confident that you can get it. There's no.
The Return of Contra
"Mark. I know. You don't like old things i'm a very much guy. You are very much a new things guy. Did you play contra. Do you have any relationship to the game whatsoever with on the s. india there. It was on any ashes on snl. I think i'm operation. See on the gameboy ever played on the snes great contrary super contra the clone wars. That's the one that george lucas mate. He's no it's just because it's called the clone wars I mean i played the original. Like i remember being a kid and i have my yes and i had my copy of ninja turtles. The archaic gave the best any s game full stop. Here's the real test jeff. I'm not mark was coming konami code. Oh yeah do you believe that. Yeah i'm going to have to jeff. I need that That that Sound bite from the other episodes ramp movie houses. Yeah i could sit You should of left right left eye. Ba if you're playing to player you'd select and then start on that to be as when with two players as well. Yeah you had to do. Aba start okay. Well anyway the reason. I bring us back. Scott ni- have fun nece for contra him. I don't i doesn't like fun. I know i. I don't have a fondness for contra contra china's not the type of game that Meant to be for
"nece" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
"With others sharing their resources sharing themselves for aquarius. It's about the practical applications. The doing nece. It's about Sharing themselves in a way on a on a on that equal basis that reciprocity basis. It's about How they share their resources is there. Are they putting out energy. That gives results. Aquarius is about receiving love. Are they really truly receiving the love that people are given to them that would be a good internal evaluation. Yeah aquarius capricorn. It's walking the talk. It's it's but it's it's Using their beliefs and their philosophies to really refine themselves of who they are. And so it's about being what you say you are or what you believe in Because it's like burgo. It's no good if if you're not i mean you can go around. You know spouting the the great spiritual philosophies all you are but if you ain't walking the talk you might as well throw it away sagittarius..
There's No Redemption With the Cancel Culture Crowd
"Are two issues with how cancelled closures related to god. Number one is explicitly that canceled culture seems to want to push christian influence out of the public sphere. So we're talking really about cultural marxism but the other way is that canceled. Culture is anti grace if it's anti-god anti-biblical if it's pro marxist it's anti grace and so to cancel somebody's the opposite of saying that one sin you have that's covered by grace and we're going to look at the good you've done. This is exactly the opposite. I don't know if you go into that but it strikes me that it's important us to say that. Just the idea of cancelling somebody. He's graceless. I agree with you entirely. In fact one thing about the left and the cancer culture crowd or woke nece. I mean there's different ways to say is that there's no redemption if you sin according to what they say there's no redemption that's the opposite of christianity and one of the arguments that i make is right out of the bible story about where the shepherd left in ninety nine and went after the one sheet. That's what christianity is. All about is actually the opposite of what a communism or atheism is where the ninety nine are important in sacrifice the one law sheep and these things are twine a lot of christian notice or at least they should know it and as far as you being in the book. You're a big part of the book. I have all chapter called. It's not cancelled culture. It's communism and i tell your story. You know which you told me. I i already knew it. That's why i reached out to you and the story of your own parents and and how that is just set you on fire in terms of speaking up. In spite of the fact that they have painted a big bull's eye on your back aiming and shooting at
"nece" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Your you push the price about an elevator. And you're waiting. Why do you need to get out your phone for about half a minute. One minute y y you just be briefed consciously give a little bit of inner space in space. The loss of inner space is a terrible loss and that is the opposite of clutter. Make sure that that you become aware of this in a in a space where there's no there's just an a lovely aware presence. Would you contemplate the world around you. you know. Well perhaps at your breathing you wear even perhaps at your body is alive. You can sense that your body is alive in space without spacious nece. Your life is very unsatisfying. The most satisfying thing in life is in a spacious. Nece and many yawns to don't have that anymore and we all we all know that it's true if we take that moment to think about it what you're describing we all know is true. You know in the years that i've done this. When i come back in september i always noticed. I have a certain force field. Where i'm able to put the device down more. I'm able to pay less attention. But then of course you know the news starts again or there's an election or something happened and then it gets sort of smaller and smaller. But i'm wondering as as you're discussing this. How much of this is just that we have to battle with our own. Nature is in a way that we have to battle what the ego is so for example. If you go to a concert for a musician or band that you love instead of just being there and just being there were all do all taking the video or all taking the pictures because we want the likes and all that and that we're actually sort of denigrating the thing that gives us that transcendent experience. Yes we're battling something within ourselves. Yes it's as..
"nece" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"Love sharing his passion with others and that's infectious in a good way. Damn i like that person. I hope get a hug. You one day and i love every one of you gorgeous listeners. If you wanna shout in future up so lever view or tweet anywhere online check every single one of them where we begin. Where should we not begin or should we begin. I trust him more positive. Yeah more should we be get. What are what were your affirmations this morning. Wow great question. I woke up. What happened this morning when i woke up. So my affirmation doing here. This morning i've been reading every morning and today's warning to this morning. I wrote trust yourself. Just go for it. You have nothing to lose at this point so might as well make it your way that's solid but that's a good one. Yeah your fears now. I 'cause i'm traveling right now. I i don't have my normal routine going on because i'm like living out not out of my jeep but like my life is a mess in a fun way though on a twenty day road trip so affirmations you're on bec- permission vacation exactly. I'm on like everything vacation right now. Do you normally do affirmations Glad i think. I think i don't write them down but i've been meaning to get a journal to like start to write down like self expressive. Nece 'cause i sometimes find. I like go deep into my business stuff and i don't spend enough time on like myself. Yeah you probably understand i do. I think it's wild sometimes. Like how much are might neuroticism or my idiosyncrasies or just like So i like things. Like why i'm not satisfied is really helpful and business. Yo like is knowing that stuff understand of helpful versus just like feeling not satisfied has always helped me do a lot more things. Yeah so i. I'm the same way. I think i think a lot of people who are entrepreneurs are critter and businesses. Yeah very Like head snot headstrong. But you won't compromise type of thing what you're near you on. I'm not sure half the time I think on the journey of helping people understand that. They don't have to live a miserable life. That's the overarching journey..
Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma
"Twenty nineteen was robbie's best year yet while people grumbled wishing that the year passed quickly. So they could see what twenty twenty held for them. It was his turnaround here. He was a struggling graduate from a humble home. Whose only source of income came from the occasional modeling gigs gut for either commercial shoots or fashion. Runway shows ravi taken to drinking to cope with a feeling of disappointment which had become his constant companion on his last day in the dark tunnel which was his life. It started just like any other his father calling him a bump with the mornings greetings. His mother giving him the sympathetic look and defending him as a preamble to fight. That had been stewing between the couple for days. Ravi went over to a friend's place where they're wild away. The time playing video games checking out the snaps and insta- stories of hot checks after sharing a meal of red read fried plantain and beans from the neighborhood's best food join play slipped a greater part of the afternoon away around five pm robbie's friend. Leslie had a phone call. By the time the call ended he was beaming. My bb just called going to the club. Tonight i'll definitely get enough to see me through the week. Leslie said excitedly rubbing his palms together your bb which one. I thought your girlfriend dumped you. Because you're broke nece exceeded your cuteness but you see. God works in mysterious ways through the heartbreak. I met a wonderful well established woman who was willing to nurse me back with love and of course money. you mean you have a sugar mummy. Yes the city is brimming with them. You see all these big women in their big cars. Were sunglasses everywhere. Because they don't want you to see their faces. They're all looking for some young male vitality to pump some fun into their prison like. mary lives. come to think of it. Why don't you come along with me to the club. My bb can hook you up with one and you wouldn't have to worry about what to eat anymore. Is that why you have stopped looking for work. You're being spoon fed by a married woman. Drop that self-righteous tone before. I reconsider my offer to take you with me. Fake it till you make it right. You gotta do what you gotta do before you get your big break. Then when the time comes when you're being interviewed about your journey to success you can come up with that rags to riches story that people like to gamble on our media. Are you coming. I guess there's no harm in trying right.
"nece" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"And if i'm honest i would say that most kids have that porous nece and that ability to sort of see things and be like. Oh that reminds me of this. Oh you know that moon looks like a cheshire cat smile or that tree branch. Looks like a deer antler. Whatever the comparison is but over the years. We lose it. if we don't hang onto it. We lose the sort of poetry that we all have inside of us naturally because we get busy doing other things and i feel really lucky to have held onto it all these years. Yeah how do you nurture that. Is it just by intentionally writing daily. Or how do you keep that flow going. It's funny. I don't write every day. I tend to try to do something in service of my writing every day. So i might go back and revise something old. You know one of the problem children power of giving me and it doesn't seem to want to do what i wanted to do or i might send some poems out to a journal or do something read you know. I think you know reading sort of filling. The well counts as part of the writing process. Because if i'm not taking in things that inspire me if i'm not listening to music or taking walks or reading good books i don't have as much inside me to work with like that's where it comes from so i spent a lot of time filling the well and actually not a lot of time physically putting pen to paper and yet i think that's all kind of process that's very interesting because we do live in a world where everyone's talking putting things out on social media and emails and newsletters and things like that and everyone is trying to push their words out and so it's very interesting. The idea of refilling out well by being silent and taking that in yeah i mean. It's funny..
Living Statues: The Sleeping Pandemic
"On a cold winter morning in nineteen eighteen english dr. Aj hall made a house call in london. His new patient was a young boy who didn't have any visible illness in fact to doctor hall there didn't seem to be anything wrong with child at all but the boy complained that he was constantly exhausted and he had fevers that lasted for weeks. He grew physically weaker each day. While other children ran jumped and played. He could hardly lift himself out of bed with such broad symptoms. Doctor hall couldn't make an accurate diagnosis within a few days of his visit. The boy's condition deteriorated quickly. He started slurring his words and the boy wasn't the only case of this strange disease. There were many many more over the next few weeks. Doctor hall visited several other patients experiencing exhaustion and muscle weakness. Some slept for days on end others suffered from mania and delirious nece still others simply up and died without any known cause many patients fell into a catatonic state. Unable to move or communicate. They became trapped inside their bodies for all intents and purposes living statues doctor hall had no idea what he was dealing with but he knew it was spreading soon reports of immobile unresponsive patients cropped up all over the world thousands of people became infected. This wasn't an isolated mystery illness. It was a pandemic and there was no cure.
What is the Metabolism?
"What is the metabolism. Because it isn't just what we in. How it goes out is it. No it's it's the utilization of the energy substrates so from food we break these weak chemical bonds down and we utilize these on an atomic level of the electrons and protons and neutrons and they facilitate the energy in the cell for basic function for reading the dna. For translating this transcribing nece from enzymatic reactions For making neurotransmitters for building the cell membrane for cholesterol for everything basically so visit huge demont and that is where metabolism is the utilization of energy and the import of that is aw basil. Metro rates is the basic principle of thermodynamics. And it's about instead of shifting. And i really encouraged with clients is basically shift the mindset of it's just energies entity in an energy out is more to it than that. It's like what happens with the energy that comes in. This is where i see health. This is where. I see where the magic really happens in. The is all in the mitochondria which is aka the powerhouse of the cell but it does a little bit more than that simple belief But this is where the magic happens. And the output of that is eighty and that facilitates all the ongoing things that sony's to do to repair to replenish to even sillier death. We need entity to drive this Sebastian
"nece" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"Very old well-established status quo that we've made in for longtime into a new era is very different world that we could be entering into. It's much more conscious time carrying and integrated world but for that to happen. The all systems have to stop to drop away. We talk a lot about micro punching out be later in this new world it's Entering into but for those suffering run out but a beautiful picture on my wall at harm that is a photo of regime s yogi Of his great side signed he says no one needs to suffer because there's an ocean of bliss in everyone and that bliss did it's the state of consciousness of being and regardless of asset from stances. Of course the more extreme circumstances the more. It's going to affect us but we do. Have this capacity to stabilize within of the time with with practice in with patients at beautiful divinity and blissful nece and loving us that arises from within. It's not something we attained or from the world outside of us it's something that's night and Distracted from that in essence. And it's time for us. Stop to reclaim that beautiful. Loveliness in beautiful blissful. Nece within and meditation is. That's going to get us into that state names that experience love that. Thank you for sharing that knowing what you know now. What kind of advice would you give yourself. Say when you're in your late teens knowing what you know now considering your extraordinary journey and the civil earnings in all of that kind of advice would you give yourself invest a whole lot more in property this is just like i look back and think what was i thinking if i only know that the property market will do what it's doing these just should have just been more savvy invest of becoming also the to five dollars venue einstein Everything was short term crazy investments. And i'm trying to teach my children to invest undramatically and to invest for fifty years. Don't invest for two years..
"nece" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"July seven when another christian hurts you. He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree that we might die to sin and live to righteousness by his wounds. You have been healed. I peter two twenty four. What is the basis of are not holding grudges against christian brothers and sisters who repent our moral indignation because of a terrible offense don't against us does not evaporate just because the offenders christian in fact we may feel even more betrayed and a simple. I'm sorry will often seem utterly disproportionate to the painful nece and the ugliness of the offense but in this case we're dealing with fellow christians and the promise of god's wrath against our offender does not apply because there is no condemnation for those who are in christ. Jesus romans eight one. God is not destined christians for wrath but to obtain salvation through our lord. Jesus christ i. This leans five nine. It looks like they're going to get away with it. Where should we turn to assure ourselves. That justice will be done that. Christianity is not a mockery of the seriousness of sin. The answer is that we turn to the cross of christ. All the wrongs that have been done against us by genuine believers were avenged in the death of jesus this is implied in the simple but staggering. Fact that all the sins of all god's people were laid on jesus the lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all as fifty three six. I peter two twenty four. The sufferings of christ was the real punishment and recompense of god. On every hurt you ever received from fellow christian therefore christianity does not make light of sin. It does not add insult to our injury on the contrary it takes the sins against us so seriously that to make them right. God gave his own son to suffer more than we could ever make anyone suffer for what they have done to us. If we go on holding a grudge against a fellow believer we are saying in effect that the cross of christ was not a sufficient recompense for the sins of god's people this is an insult to christ and his cross that you do not want to give..
"nece" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"Hello and welcome to another episode of something rhymes with purple as we say the podcast which is full of musings about language literature. Famous people not from me and too wordy pensive. Nece i.
Natural Communities With Patrick McMillan
"Patrick mcmillan came to herons would last fall from clemson university in south carolina where he ran the south carolina botanical garden and was a professor in the college of agriculture forestry in life sciences he also hosted a pbs series called expeditions with patrick mcmillan and led the development of the botanical gardens natural heritage garden. Which will hear more about so. Hi patrick. I'm so glad to make contact and get to know you a little bit. I margaret. it's it's wonderful to speak with you in wonderful be your. Yeah so i feel like it must have been a bit of like dorothy. Were not in kansas anymore. When you found yourself in the pacific northwest compared to south carolina. it really was. It really still is I've been a little shocked. How quickly of this area has started to just feel like home One of the. I mean herons would as one of the world's great gardens of with some of the best garden people in the world and into the area itself also to me just has this wonderful kind of maternal nece to it Seems to just envelope you and and convince you pretty quick that this is one of the best places on planet earth. Yeah so. I mean it's a distinctively different natural community or habitat from where you were and so besides being shift in zone and so forth. It's a distinguished place in many ways no thousands of different types of plants and so forth but also being i think one of the largest public gardens in the us that's wholly owned by native american tribes does. Did that influence your decision to come there and tell me a little bit about that absolutely You know when i when i was sort of looking around to to sort of slowdown and change and i know you know what that's like to to want to Get away for maybe six job. Titles down to one.
"nece" Discussed on Developer Tea
"Would happen well. We would probably have people trying to find exactly which green is the correct green. We would have a lot more variation even amongst those same five people that were once all in agreement. If they had more options we might see more variation in what they believe is the closest true green and so this is instructive to us because global rationality having some perspective that is as complete as possible that it that escapes context again. This is not possible but As a thought experiment what this would allow us to do is create meaningful differences meaningful differences. That are not rational based on our locale. That's not rational. Based on our limited perception. Instead we have to collaborate to understand rationality better. And so this is what happens. When we try to break down our walls and work within each other's context and by the way this goes beyond just our individual perceptions it goes into our actual work as well the concept of local rationality versus global rationality might make sense in your project decision making processes what is right for this particular line of code well as turns out. There's context involved there as well often. One of the biggest mistakes we can make as engineers is to try to provide a local rationale a local perception on a project problem. In other words we are answering the The query of let's go to the water with our beach. We don't have a beach in this town. We don't have that context truth that you're bringing to the project and so when you try to apply a rationale that is not local right. It doesn't make sense in this particular context often. You can do the wrong thing in fact your decision may actually be irrational. Even though it feels rational based on your personal context the important thing to notice here is that there is no right place. There's no right context. There's no correct level of of context or no correct level of global. Nece that it depends on where you are depends on what you're working on. And if you're able to use this concept this model as a tool of thinking and sometimes you might be able to reason about why two very skilled engineers or why two groups of people skilled groups of people are actually not in alignment they disagreeing. It's possible that one of them is plainly wrong. But what happens. Most often does that. Each group is arguing from a local rationale so much for listening to today's episode of developer. Thank you again to remote works for being a sponsor of this show for the last couple of months. Go and check out. Remote works seasons three wherever you listen to podcasts..
How ACT up Changed America
"There was a new activist group in new york city called at up and they held weekly meetings on monday evenings at this place called the center an lgbt community nonprofit in the west village at the time it was a crumbling old school paint was peeling off the walls and it had never been rehabbed. That is sarah schulman. She's a writer activist and she joined. Act up in nineteen eighty-seven and you know. Even that building was raggedy those meetings. They were really something else was hanging around to center on monday and there was a lot of noise coming from room. One no one. Because i saw so many people there i knew you know something really big guy. Not the feeling of act up in its heyday when the room is packed. And the weather's nice and meeting spills out into the courtyard and there's all kinds of cruising going on in eye-catching in chatty nece says that vibe was the key to the group's impact. I think any political movement for to be successful has to be a place that makes the participants lives better. If you're just joining a political movement out of some kind of sense of responsibility in burden it's not gonna work and that's why emma goldman famously said if i can't dance it's not my revolution so active was a dance. You know it was a place that was life-affirming. It was sex positive. It was all about being effective and it was filled with very young people who are very energetic and desperate for change.
Approaches To Parenting: The 3 Main Styles In Western Culture
"The three parenting styles are authoritative authoritarian and permissive. There's a fourth neglectful neglectful parents for not listening to a podcast called raising good humans. Usually parenting style does measured on two dimensions sensitivity and demanding nece. What's called demanding ness you can also think of it as boundaries expectations can of what your rules are now for. Parents who are more permissive. They tend to be highly sensitive caregivers. Really sometimes might even consider themselves best friend appearance. The thing is they are very low and demanding nests. It's really easy for them to be sensitive. It's really hard for them to set boundaries. Part of that may be again because they were raised. That way part of it may be because it's uncomfortable for those parents to set boundaries to have demands because it can disregard that your kids sometimes put them into a place of feeling unhappy and we don't like our kids to be unhappy sometimes need to fix that in our minds so if you think you're a permissive parent it means maybe you work a little bit more on setting up clear demands expectations and give yourself a pat on the back for your sensitivity and when it comes to the other side of that. Their parents who are more authoritarian. Those are because i said so parents they tend to have very low sensitivity but really high demanding nests. So they've got the expectations in check. They are very clear with their kids on boundaries. They're super clear and containing and having rules but they lack sensitivity. Now the problem with that is that when you have. Because i said so you may end up with kids who lie to you. Because they know they're gonna get in trouble and they don't wanna get trouble. You may be one of those kids if you think about your own parenting experience and in the middle of that that sort of gold standard and developmental research is what's called authoritative parenting. That's really sensitive and also highly demanding. It's just that your demands are appropriate fair child's age and
Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts on Their Great Love Story
"The two of you have been friends for about four years and when friends start dating. I always wonder after that much time. Like what changed. Nece- let's start with you. What made you realize something deeper was here. Well first of all. I was single. Let's start there. let's start at. I wasn't in a marriage or relationship that required monogamy and so i did not know that someone who was my dear friend. I consider a dear friend was going to be a place to because i've never dated anyone of any gender that was friends with the what happened was i was single. Finally and i was open to whatever gossip and some of my life next. And then for jessica macy's told the story where she reaches out touches your neck at the end of a movie one night. What is your reaction. What's going through your mind when she does that. I was like what the hell is going on. At an entire a complete monologue of i was nervous and i was like what the hell is going on but when her hands touched the back of my head. I don't butterflies and i was like. Wow if felt really cool you know and i guess just lead to merge at this point with a funny thing say that what you felt for yourself was the idea that you could love again after the butterfly effect you know it was definitely that feeling like wow i can love again you know and just it just put it put a lot of thought in my mind in terms of what could be you know moving forward and it was all scary so i have so many different emotions going through my head at that time john but definitely film like them like a love again. You know that was definitely part of it.
Crypto's Awful Weekend
"In the world crypto currencies. It really was anything but quiet a selloff that was still keeping. The market's attention on friday lengthened into the weekend with bitcoin around thirty two thousand five hundred ish on sunday ethereal itself saw its own coin fall to around nineteen over the same timeframe now since then things have gotten better with bitcoin rebounding to around thirty seven thousand five hundred and ether to around Two thousand three hundred fifty and keep in mind that you know you're going to hear this an hour after i vented coordinates if those numbers change. Don't bite me. It's just that's cryptos go anyways. Both coins remained far far below the all-time highs they set very recently a force. Bitcoin spiked sixty four thousand and either cracked about forty three hundred before losing more than half its value. So it's been rough you know it was a rough weekend. Why do we care well. We care because the crypto focus portion of the venture capital world is not getting smaller overtime. There's more and more capital into these companies. It seems and also kind of critically the number of companies both startup and mature in general the generate. At least some real news from bitcoin and the the broader crypto world is going up. That means we're talking about robin hood not just coin base and square not just blockchain dot com. That sort of thing. The increasing horizontal nece essentially fintech means that the number of companies with at least a toe in the crypto market is larger than ever and as we know that trading volumes in the crypto market to follow price changes seen such sharp declines is not good for more companies than you probably think now in response to what i just said. Coined based stock of is up. Three percent pre-market trading. So you know twenty twenty. one things. Don't make sense take everything the grain of salt
Back to Jesus With Kristin Ostrander
"Today's special guest is author speaker. Podcast or kristen strandard to the show. Hi thanks for having me. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for taking the time So tell us a little bit about first of all what you do. I am kristen steiner. I am the host of the amazon files. Podcast and the owner and founder of mommy income dot com. I teach people to start and grow ecommerce businesses online. That sounds like a lot of fun and a lot of work. Yeah both pretty busy How many kids you. I have three kids. One two grown in one. Still in the nasty. We've got a twenty year old one. That's graduating this year at eighteen and then the youngest is ten and a half fun man. I keep you busy. That's for sure on top of everything else you're doing. Yeah that could be a whole episode about raising grown children and what that's like right. Good nece kids in general so As far as the the the religious aspect of of kristen what are your you. Would you describe the christian beliefs. Would you call yourself a christian. Absolutely s awesome. So why would you take on that title. What what is it about the christianity that you accept. I am a follower and believer of jesus. I believe in the gospel. I believe that it's All his doing. And none of mind and i have a purpose in a plan in life to follow that calling and to spread the good news to others that there is hope and help beyond this life. Open help beyond this life and what. What does the bible to you. The bible is the word of god. The bible is a sharper than any two edged sword. I can i use it against it. Right the bible is guidebook. That guy bill bible is the answer. It is my hope and my help. It is the source of wisdom the source of all instructions for humanity.
Should I Come Out As Bi to My Friends?
"Deer gen entrant over the last few years. I've realized that i am a bisexual woman. Hell i added that. I can now see that. I had romantic feelings for a few of my very close female friends in the past. Though currently i view them in a purely platonic light. I have managed to come out to my partner and a few other friends. But i'm torn about whether or not i should do the same with the friends i used to have feelings for. I am intensely afraid that they will suspect that. I used to have crushes on them. Which makes me feel ashamed and uncomfortable. I've been with the same partner. Who is his mail for ten years. So part of me wonders if i even meet to come out while another part wants to cultivate openness and honesty with my close friends by revealing truth. Any advice would be greatly appreciated pronouns. She her first off. It's time to party okay. Year by hell. Yeah hell. Yeah who kern grants congrats. Ray were celebrating. You found out information about yourself. That's awesome and i did hear will impact us. But i'm so glad to hear that you already have people in your life. That are celebrating in supportive of you. Because that's what you deserve. Yeah absolutely and this says it's a journey. You know as you said yourself like. It's been a after the last few years you came to this conclusion and that is true for so many people because we are taught humans in general and i think it may be especially our culture. We are taught that queer nece is a thing that happens to other people. There's the gay friend. There's a side character who's bisexual you know like the doesn't happen to me. I'm normal you know like like that's that's what we're taught and so because of that it can take a really long time to say. Oh wait being gay is a normal perfectly normal thing being bisexual is. I even suspect that many people are most people are bisexual like the. It takes a long time to equate that with quote unquote. Normality like like. It's not something wrong with you. You know it's not like an etiquette quirk or something like that or a character trait that again. A secondary character in the story gets it can tap into the main character. You're the main character and your by and your book rules and i'm going to buy it love it. We cardi now. It's time to get down to business right. I'll kick it off by saying it would be strange to say the least if they in that moment were like. Oh my god did you ever. Do you have a crush on me or did you ever ever crush on me. That would be so inappropriate.
Why Are Vow Renewals So Meaningful?
"Vows by definition are very aspirational when a young couple vows to have and to hold whether rich or poor in sickness or in health you know hook goes to. They really know what they're in for. Of course they don't how could they often. They haven't seen enough of life yet of our renewal though is something else entirely. It's more than just a restatement of those original promises. It saying that after all these years of lived experience. I still love you. I'm still in this with you. And i stand here today. Ready to commit to all that. I love you. In spite of your beauty's in spite of your broken nece. I love you still. And i'm celebrating the fact that you love me still even though you know more about me than you did on our wedding day. That's reverend brian. Cockle he's dean of hendricks chapel at syracuse university. Which proud to say is my alma mater. Hendricks chapel is this sacred interface based on campus. The dates back to nineteen thirty on valentine's day. Brian was in the chapel presiding over a very unique very twenty twenty one kind of ceremony. It was a virtual group vow renewal for one hundred and fifty people at this time. I invite all of our participants to make. Sure your cameras are your microphones. And of course. This is the part where you repeat. After me courage you most of them were syracuse alumni or had some connection to the university. Like an and craig drum heller. They were married at hendricks chapel in nineteen ninety and returned on zoom for the renewal ceremony. Be your companion compan- your partner your partner. We somewhat successfully had everyone synchronize. Her it was we tried. And in addition to that we had musical selections. We had a nice surprise visit from ottawa. The orange our beloved mascot who brought some flowers who support you being with with it was our goal to say. Let's all in our busy lives in our lives filled with crisis in struggle. These days to stop pause. Look our partners in the eyes and say thank you for putting up with me. Let's keep at it.
What to Do When You Can't Find God
"Several years ago i read a book by a j swoboda called the dusty ones in it. He shares a story about his from high school whose name was stew. Stew met jesus through his friendship with jay and they quickly became zealous. An excited together. They read the bible. They prayed in front of lockers. And stu felt close to god in those days will soon. Aj lost touch after graduation as often happens in about ten years later they reconnected and that was when aj learned that statue no longer called himself a christian because once he went off to college he stopped feeling the presence of now. I'm not here to debate the reality of stews relationship with god or the validity of his conversion or even the role of feelings as they mix with our faith. But what i do wanna talk about. Is this experience. That many friends of jesus either have gone through are going through or will go through and that is the experience of the loss of the felt presence of god. The truth is we won't always feel god's presence. I know some believers who say they've never really felt god's presence. I don't want that to be true but it is true. The good news is this is nothing new. For generations and generations christians have wandered through the wilderness have walked through. The valley of the shadow have navigated life in the midst of difficulty loss and seemingly impossible circumstances. If you are walking through your own wilderness right now. You are not alone even if you feel alone. Saint john of the cross called his experience of not feeling god's presence a dark night of the soul martin. Luther called it. The scandal of god's hidden nece and barbara brown taylor in her book learning to walk in the dark. She says no. One chooses the dark knight. The dark night descends.
The Art of Love
"Hi dr de martini. Thank you so much for joining us on the show today. Well thank you for having me today. We're gonna talk about the art of love and how we can find love and a fulfilling relationship and you chose for our topic to to call it the are of love so we thought we could start with having you tell us how you think about love in why it is an art. Well i'm sure that many of the people that might be listening have learned the difference hopefully by now between fantasies and real love you know. Many people have a dopamine amid lead driven infatuation with a fantasy kind of serotonin and dopamine drive and create a fantasy about an individual is instead of actually getting to know who the real individual is and loving that whole individual and their fantasies can lead to the counter-balancing nightmares with false expectations. But i like to find. Define love is embracing of of the supportive and challenging components of an individual. People want to be loved for their wholeness. Not for just half nece. And i'd like to think of the art of love is the art of recognizing both sides expecting both sides Because each individual has a set of priorities are set of values live their life by whatever is most important to them. The life revolves around and their identity revolves around. And if you do things that in their perceptions support that they're going to be very nice and kind and open. If you do things that challenge it they're going to be playing the opposite side. There can be some time kolding and more clinically. You know. sometimes. I mean even and if you embrace both sides know that to give feedback on how to effectively and respectfully communicate what you value in terms of what they value learn. The art of love part of love is is the embracing of both sides of ourselves and others in the pursuit of what's deeply meaningful. Both to both people.
Would You Ever Become a Rapper?
"Microphone. Check one two would is this. Free is back to business. Let's get right into the episode. Phenomenal question added they. Would you ever become a rapper. This is an easy one. And my answer's yes. Of course i would. I've actually written a few songs and you've heard vert some of them for some of the joke ones that i've done because i like to do the parody stuff. Staten s nece. I can't bear myself. That's freestyle or guy who goes you know can really grapple inside. So i don't. The thing is if if i became a rapper i would not be a freestyle artists. I can't come up with a nice rhymes the top of my head. I gotta write it down. And that jim gotta work here and fix it up and you can check out some of the stuff on woken free Storytime actually scott green guys hungry and that was episode one fifteen than we actually vote that together so you get a taste of both of those a really interesting display of creativity and yeah so you've got to actually show you rapping talents. Pleased out with different talent entree into it. I don't know if it was the display of my down per se. Okay yes yes. I will include the link to the episode. Guys you can check that out and have a good laugh through the day and of course for me i would say the answer would be yes in. That might surprise you. But the reason i say yes is because i have been writing poetry since i was six years old pretty much. My life began. When i was six to. Bu and it was always love as you know. I read my poem c. You get a good tickle out of them as well. I like my poetry. It's very interesting and creative. Sometimes a little bit dark little bit like abstract. And so if i could wrap in a way like i think of like not is good like lauren hill. Or like you know like it'd be my poetry to music than yes. The answer would be yes but if i have to like get out of like how i think and speak through poetry then unfortunately. I don't think that that's for this lifetime
Oasis: Hooliganism, Hedonism, and the "Greatest Rock N Roll Band on the Planet"
"Stories about always aren't seen this started. Riots sank rolls royces and swimming. Pools physically attacked. Police officers publicly brawled with each other. In rival popstars the committed to a life of hooliganism and hedonism and vandalized. Robbed stole drugged their way around. The boredom of youth raised in manchester england's council estates public housing oasis's bandleader noel. Gallagher and his younger brother liam were determined to become the greatest rock and roll band on the planet and remarkably despite or perhaps because of their humble beginnings there were able to achieve that goal through it all they made great music anthems pure pop instant classics and that music. You heard at. The top of the show wasn't great music. That was a preset loop from a mellow tron. Called mellow swag lager m. k. One i played you that loop. 'cause i can't afford the rights to everything i do. I do it for you by bryan adams in would a play that specific slice of prince of thieves. She could i afford it. Because that was the number one song in america on august eighteenth nine hundred ninety one and that was the day oasis to stage for the very first time at the boardwalk club in manchester and changed the face of english pop music forever on this episode hooligans. And he'd nece raggi lager instant classics one hundred percent committed in endlessly entertaining. Gallagher brothers oasis
A Life in Leadership: Dr. Daniel Zinnel
"All right one. This episode of supporting leaders podcasts. We have dr daniels in all and we discover that we went to the same program at creighton. our past probably like just just crossed each other But i'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to have a conversation with us looking forward to it. So let's just start off and share with us a little bit about your background. I mean you seem to be involved in so many things. You can definitely tell. You're an advocate for a lot of different groups of people and and you're engaged in political things. The arts Work so share with us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Well i'll start at the beginning. I was I grew up in northwestern iowa outside of a tiny town called pomeroy which is about six hundred fifty people Youngest of four grip on the farm right across the road from my dad's parents my grandparents. So i saw them every day growing up which i am very grateful order but in small town iowa you have to do everything be involved in everything so i was in all four sports played. The charm sang in the choir. Did all of the things was in. Nhs or h ffa. So i truly am grateful for that Well rounded nece that. Allow me to really try so many things. And i think that's still kinda tested to my career in my life. I like to be involved. In a variety of even today North west island's pretty conservative and so growing up as a little boy was very challenging to to recognize what i was going through to see others. Who were like me and should not be alone and so i went to iowa. Central community. college burst in fort. Dodge years and then moved to into moines in two thousand six to perform at adventure land. So you're at adventure land in the summer of two thousand six and if you know eventually know there's a stage that comes up from out of the ground i performed Had eight shows everyday. They were short set. So it wasn't too long but i we a country show at patriotic show in greece. So that was a ton of fun. And i think really helped me develop competence in front of people because you have to have confidence when performing And then i started going to school full time while working fulltime in. I did that for ten years. Finish undergrad did a masters in health and then completed the doctor of education and leadership from creighton. But my career really started in nonprofit type. Still were still working nonprofits but it started working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and technically and still employed doing that type of work. That i transitioned to more part-time respite. But i have a client that i worked with since two thousand six which is just wild to think about the had that relationship with him for so long
"nece" Discussed on What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't
"I've always wanted to do a study of people who marry or honeymoon in disneyland. My belief is disneyland. Is all about fantasy. And allusions just like the beginnings of love. So i believe the divorce rate would be seventy five percent instead of fifty percent but alas i only have a sample of one so the work of love often arrive six to ten years after the very beginning because that is when the illusions fall apart. That's what they used to call the seven year itch in the fifties. You are sick and tired of the differences and you begin to scratch your head and wonder what are you doing with this annoying person. Who takes you for granted or ignores your sex life. This is an opportunity for the real work to begin for my husband. And i it was your nine. And it's your chance to build a solid infrastructure of truth and trust shame can be a real obstacle to building a solid infrastructure. Shame is a huge roadblock to success in therapy or feeling good about yourself. Shame can interrupt being fully truthful in relationships. It's like the guy who pretends to his family that he goes to work every day because he's too ashamed to tell that he lost his job. Shame is also a huge factor in failure when someone is in addiction recovery if the other partner is constantly unforgiving an angry because of all. the past relapses. It's hard for the person not to sink. Further in shame. shame gets triggered. It's hard to share fully and be vulnerable. Relationships require vulnerability in order to grow and to last fighting in old. Stock patterns is also suffocating to a healthy relationship again. As i pointed out previously with critical. Nece if you access your curiosity things will improve. Ask yourself if you really understand your partners point of view or are you so full of resentments. You can't begin to understand why their perspective matters silent unspoken resentments high-up and kill off all relationships magnifying. Your disappointments feeds resentments..
"nece" Discussed on Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment
"In maleness and female nece because we can't really nail it down you know there's there's a mystery to it. There's there is a distinction because he did make male and female but to push it to biblical manhood and biblical womanhood. That's undermining the mystery. That god has in mind for it. tends to be defining it from one person's particular cultural moment So i think we need to just get back to really recapturing the mystery. There's a distinction for sure in design. But we can't overstate it. And and we're gonna have to like embrace and work with the mystery of. Yeah i love that. Reference in fijian's i'm talking about christ and his church and really we think about the church being the body of christ and yet the bride of christ. And christ bring the bridegroom and some of the parables. He he tells are linking to that. Yeah just this relationship that we have with god with being made in his image yet were fallen yet. We'll we'll be restored one day. There was a wedding banquet. But then how you know kind of message of scripture to take the theology. The body approaches. God wants to marry us right. That relationship that we have with him is so important. And when we break it down in our linear understanding of you're single or you're married but yet spiritually. The significance of marriage takes on a whole new approach that i think that nuance hasn't translated. Because we're still in these very separate terms. Everything has to be in a category in. It doesn't allow for the nuance. I think that's needed to get to address that very misery that you just talked about right. It's a mystery and that deserves dialogue instead of scripture. We can ask. Jesus one day like we need to be able to talk about that because that obviously is a very important aspect of how we should relate to each other now and teenagers need to be need to be able to understand that very importantly so so some of that mischief for example would be when i ask students to make a list of what we consider masculine. And what we consider feminine gentle up on the girl side. Gentle is a fruit of the spirit. So that should not be a gendered quality right. And so it's those lists that that.
"nece" Discussed on The Good People Effect
"Through energy cultivation through time spent in relationship to well my mind really. So it's like the difference between my mind being in a loop of a threat of sort of neurotic or compulsive saw processes based on feeling so fear grief or joy or whatever it is and that sort of creating thoughts and if i go into. Let's say listen. Access a deeper sense of connection in all encounters hearing the voice inside my head that texture of that voice is so. It's so clear. Now after twenty three years of practice the texture of that voice versus the other like your saint space or spacious nece. So if i close my eyes and start to listen of that voice. That's running is so small compared to the felt sense of space. So what i do is turn my attention towards space and i think what you'll hear Maybe we can just play with this in the meditation that we do as the outgrow is when you work awareness with enough repetition. So let's say. I'm aware my breath or like we did at the beginning. I mean i dropped indie your wave away. You know. it's like morning for you this evening for me. I'm coming out. Four meetings moving like the and your life. Let's take a breath and it was like. Oh my whole system dropped into your resonance off. Thank god man. Thank you you know. And that was your awareness on your breath but there's also something i'd get in the transmission that you're giving off. Which is i think. Probably i would guess it comes from the depth of. You're listening that. There's a spacious nasty to that when you guided that inhale there was a spacious. Nece there that your creating and everybody from my perspective has their capacity to generate that kind of space for themself. It's just a process of spending more and more incremental time feeling into an listening into that space until the volume of silence.
"nece" Discussed on KTRH
"Nece covered and blinded by a blanket of little false security has lulled the madness of this world into a slumber. Wake up and eyes upon you staring straight down and keenly through seeing all that you are. And everything that you can never be. Yes. And I knew I ready to blink. So face forward. With arms wide, open and mind. Arrive you ready to go. Speakers. Spoke up and said. I'm CLYDE Lewis, and this is ground zero. Numbers..