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"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra
"Today's episode of daily breath is brought to you by Sikora. Sikora is nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness starting with what you eat. I'm. Where going back to daily bread. archetypes are perennial teams that reside at the level of the collective universal source. They are representations of our collective soul's yearnings imagination. And deepest is is. These archetypes have existed in every culture in every tradition since the beginning of time. archetypes, our ancient gods themes, motifs stories literature. Art Paintings. Even paintings on the was of caves from longtime ago and they embody. Symbolically. Themes of expanded or higher consciousness, you can say symbolic representations. Of A particular aspect. Of The divine intelligence archetypes and Forms and shapes the there soon. Shift throughout history, but their core meaning that Gore theme that God motif remains the same. archetypes everywhere. In popular culture. Movie Stars Sports Heroes. They're all basically representations of archetypes. Visionary leaders are representations of archetypes. Saints are great activists like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King Junior. Mark Maguire Andy Abraham, Lincoln or Representation of archetypes, but so products may be a brand of sopa Volkswagen brand, new car, or even Marlboro cigarettes. These represents architects, the guy who's used to advertise Marlboro cigarettes who has a? Very tough-looking. Cowboy on the Horse, and now of course is on a respirator, but that archetype. Of was very successful in selling cigarettes. And Johnnie Walker is a very successful. archetype selling whiskey. Because it attracts a certain team, a certain personality, a certain story. Movies TV soap operas, media tabloids. These are actually all right. archetypes. And every person they representing every idea they represent are every product represent seems to be larger than life. It seems uncomplicated. It seems at least the way it's advertise pure of intent, whatever that intent may be sacred or profane. It does matter. And so I say exaggerated expressions of the conscious energy of the collective source. That is the adventure or the secret of the sage of the rescuer of the redeemer or the love object. That the archetype represents. is in fact, the symbolic representation of a divine intelligence in the conscious energy of our collective Sola. Born of the collective soul, but enacted by the individual. Becomes very powerful as they representation. Of that are detected theme for example Marilyn. Monroe was the archetype of the Greek Greek Goddess Aphrodite representing sensuality and beauty and sexuality. Princess Diana represented, Artemis the Greek archetype that was in touch with nature and the forces of nature and the environment..
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Archetypes
"I'm. Where going back to daily bread. archetypes are perennial teams that reside at the level of the collective universal source. They are representations of our collective soul's yearnings imagination. And deepest is is. These archetypes have existed in every culture in every tradition since the beginning of time. archetypes, our ancient gods themes, motifs stories literature. Art Paintings. Even paintings on the was of caves from longtime ago and they embody. Symbolically. Themes of expanded or higher consciousness, you can say symbolic representations. Of A particular aspect. Of The divine intelligence archetypes and Forms and shapes the there soon. Shift throughout history, but their core meaning that Gore theme that God motif remains the same. archetypes everywhere. In popular culture. Movie Stars Sports Heroes. They're all basically representations of archetypes. Visionary leaders are representations of archetypes. Saints are great activists like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King Junior. Mark Maguire Andy Abraham, Lincoln or Representation of archetypes, but so products may be a brand of sopa Volkswagen brand, new car, or even Marlboro cigarettes. These represents architects, the guy who's used to advertise Marlboro cigarettes who has a? Very tough-looking. Cowboy on the Horse, and now of course is on a respirator, but that archetype. Of was very successful in selling cigarettes. And Johnnie Walker is a very successful. archetype selling whiskey. Because it attracts a certain team, a certain personality, a certain story. Movies TV soap operas, media tabloids. These are actually all right. archetypes. And every person they representing every idea they represent are every product represent seems to be larger than life. It seems uncomplicated. It seems at least the way it's advertise pure of intent, whatever that intent may be sacred or profane. It does matter. And so I say exaggerated expressions of the conscious energy of the collective source. That is the adventure or the secret of the sage of the rescuer of the redeemer or the love object. That the archetype represents. is in fact, the symbolic representation of a divine intelligence in the conscious energy of our collective Sola. Born of the collective soul, but enacted by the individual. Becomes very powerful as they representation. Of that are detected theme for example Marilyn. Monroe was the archetype of the Greek Greek Goddess Aphrodite representing sensuality and beauty and sexuality.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Was a slave they enslaved. Cruelty but I never believed it. And I just love that spirit, and then the body saw Tfa Dan. The body Sut for heart says I'M GONNA? Go and get others I won't stop I mean they had to like you know. Restrain her at some point when she was like eighty five from going again. I mean it was crazy. And still she died in her nineties so. And she was friends with a lot of these dutiful abolitionist. One of my classes is gonNA cover ally, ship, the abolitionist, and how they were essential underground railroad, functioning these white people that were so against slavery. Deplored it and they risked their lives continuously, and some died, helping her somewhere found out, and also we're hung, but she had this whole network of friends so her her story. I think that's why I'm telling. You and I'm GonNa. Talk about it and I'm still studying ordered some books that are taking a long time to come on. Amazon but I'm going to be trying to piece her life together more coherently. We'll do our best bet. If you're listening speed the delivery of those books, please yes. Let's get him. I think the reason she went to Canada's was that they enacted the fugitive slave act, and so even free states were being forced to hunt down escaped slave, so then they started. Harriet and the others on the underground railroad started bringing people to Canada because they had a strict no slavery law at the time. Yeah, so that's how bad this country is. They were actually going back taking people out of homes that they were living in trying to arrest. Free people and drag them back into this brutal system, so we have to look at the history. This is what makes African. American history so unique to this country is laws like that again and again and again just focused on blackness, black people legislation so much legislation around black lives and and the harm. You know, and so so Harry it didn't let that stop her when she would go back like yeah, we got another thousand miles everybody, let's do I mean imagine that Kinda. Gump Shane. I mean who does that. So you talked about the body socks for for the uninitiated keys define what a booty software is and why it's relevant here. Yes because that's a big part of what I'm talking about when we talk about Harry, it's life is the idea of the buddy sock fast so? The archetype of the body Safa means one translation means enlighten hero. Right, so boaty means heart, enlighten heart, right and safas hero, so be enlightened hero, and so in the tradition and Mahayana tradition a bit ism one practices to become a Buddha to become awakened so that they can be of help to others, you know that is the single focus, the quality of the called body Cheetah right you cultivate that aspiration may I become awakened for that. I can help others. Harriet had that. May I give free, so I can help other people so I can teach freedom and one of her most interesting quotes what she said I would have. Free Two thousand more slaves if only they knew they were slaves. which is a really deep profound comment? Right mental slavery, so she's followed the mindset to. So the body sought is what. Many of us on the Buddhist path are aspiring to being to levy eight suffering like the prayer. Shanty data may be a bridge for all those who want to cry at the medicine for the sick. For All those darkness that is the archetype, and so that's why I feel that Harriet for black Americans at that time. They started calling her Moses because they are floating on water, walking water water dancer is another way they refer to her and then just historical at the Moses. You know in the desert with Jewish people you know liberating, and so I feel that Harry it is a great body thoughtful I. Don't know courage more powerful. Maybe like Ma goes synon-. And Burma was that way you know a monk, but I feel that was interesting, is that Harry was a woman and had been born a slave and lists so brutalized to have that kind of you know self confidence to? Because she was at one point, the most wanted and hated person in the south, they were had huge teams of slave catchers. Everybody was looking for photo was everywhere, and she was always hiding in plain sight. With no like here. Come on, let's go, you know. It was like amazing, so there was something really profound about her spirit. And there's something profound about being a body sucks flow right now like people are really feeling inspired by that archetype lake. How can I be of service and sometimes at times that does mean we walk into hell for a heavenly cause. It's not martyrdom, but you know our practice always is. About what's true and discovering truth and right now truth and justice is the Dharma be our and my mind. You know. It's the truth of Nelson Mandela so truth of Dr King It's the truth of all the freedom fighters there. There's no harm done of standing up and be willing to. Tibetan monks and nuns used to die because they refused to denounce the Buddha. Right there's no a there has to be a line at some point where it's like I won't give into this kind of like evilness and hatred right and we're willing to say all right. Whatever may be whatever happens, that gets right to one of the questions so I'm looking at the right up. You did to get the word out about the course in one of the questions. In fact, the first question you pose here that you're going to be examining in the courses. How does a modern day buddies out for remain fierce while also practicing non harming, and you'd vote Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King. who were as I? Understand it, and certainly not a historian, but pretty devout. Pacifists nonviolent. She fought in the civil war and was leading raids, and so as far as I know that she wasn't strictly focused on non-harming, but but correct me if I'm wrong here and what your understanding of all this? Yet I think for most of Harry. It's life now. She wasn't a soldier. She was leading troops and getting information and passing a lot of information back and forth at the time, where what I've come to study and understand about her life or around the civil war time was that she went with some of these black troops out, because a whole bunch of slaves were stuck in the middle right, because there was a revolution going on and people were fleeing, and all these people that have been enslaved, you know the owners left. The military was coming in, and they were kind of stuck in the middle. They were like refugees and away right there. There in this war zone, and so one of Harry its mission was to get them out right before they were killed by the other side this soldiers, confederate soldiers and so I don't think she was involved in actually killing people..
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"What do you mean his celebrity fucking Melissa Celebrity List. They could both be in my favorite celebrity. We'll get to the store here in a second. My five favorite celebrity number one does account like childhood. Heroes still count as my life. I think that's what I think. It is childhood heroes. Mostly Porno is his childhood hero. He's he he's twenty-three Jesus Larry Bird. Bruce Spring Bruce Springsteen I Larry Bird Yup could against those gets tough healthier whole. Not Giving. I'm GONNA take some time on this one. I guess I'll put Robert De Niro in there. I was Gonna the guest near and I thought you would poo poo that now put in euro in there. I'd probably Gene Hackman in there and Tom. Petty Neil Young has been my guess guys rock Obama Rupaul. Okay good yeah. I think repulse fifth. That's a nice little. See what your list sided blacked out for a second five favorite my favorite celebrities cysts Nelson Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King Junior Dirac Obama Colin Powell and Condoleeza Rice. Okay not not woke enough member trendy. Sorry Caitlyn Jenner. Very good. Now we go Barry Laverne Cox but that's absolutely sure Mike Your List Oh let's see Donald Trump Ben Shapiro Mhm Milo Yiannopoulos. Alex Jones obviously.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"What did you think about that speech? I gave in respect. Oh my gosh. You're amazing. No like she's like but I thought you worse like that's not what I'm looking for. Just just keeping it real and keep it focused and I think just the other thing for me is. I've never I've never sought any of this in my life. You know whether it's a political position a title or attention or fame. It's actually really been the opposite. You Know WanNa be alone right if exactly my happy place if you say like it really the answer to your question is like how do you. How do you stay away from from from kind of your own? Selfish interests like my selfish fish. Interests would literally be just go and spend time surfing every day and be away from all the cameras and all this other. Put yourself through all because of my that motive. Wii I'm doing this like that's what service above self actually means is getting past your own selfish interests whatever that may be whether be fame and power or just making yourself happy by each living in nature every day and being away from it all both ends of the spectrum really point to do what do I want. What do I think is going to make me happy? Rather than finding that real source of happiness of deep and true happiness which is service service to God's service to others and and so that's why people say. How could you ever leave? Hawaii like who is so crazy to do that that that that is the reason. Why because there's a bigger calling issue out of you as opposed to the actual living amazing life here in Hawaii and spend time with nature and friends and family and everything days right great life? Yeah or it sounds like what is it all for then you know then it is just it is just about yourself and it sounds like you want to leave the world better than when absolutely absolutely and and always I mean really going back to that sign an at the camp that we are in Iraq is today the day any day could be Our last in what are you doing and I can imagine how how many people go into the military. For how many years were you still in the National Guard now. April makes seventeen years seventeen years part of going to the military for seventeen years to say I like. I want more attention and become famous. If you're any day something bad can happen and you want to have more safety and protection and comfort for. That's right if you want him that. Yeah what are the top quality is a great leaders that you've seen through your parents to and the the the military to business politics one of those two or three qualities that the greatest ones you've been around all that you really admire respect yeah. Service is Having that service oriented heart and leadership I think is the most important quality when when college students are people of all ages. You come and save like you know. I want to run for office. I want to be involved in public service. What what's your piece of advice that is the number one quality qualification? That is most important you you can learn a lot of the other stuff but if you don't have that motivation of service than it's not going to work it's not gonNA work. I think understanding the difference between You know being a leader versus being a manager is important. Sometimes I think leaders who get too caught up in the minutia of of you know. I don't know it's one thing or another rather than recognizing as a leader you were leading people. People inspiring them envision exactly exactly and inspiring them. You know if you're leading from a place of service then you're able to inspire hire them to do the same Some of the great leaders that we've seen throughout our history Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King others like them Just personally people I've served alongside in the military not even famous generals. But you know some of the sergeants who I worked with Really embodied leadership every day of thinking about the well being of their squad or platoon before they thought about themselves Small things things you know you you you've talked to a lot of folks military's it's a common thing leaders eat.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Well as grocery chain at Wegman's have joined the chorus of retailers requesting customers refrain from openly carrying firearms in their stores even in states that allow it the announcement made Thursday follows similar moves by Walmart the nation's largest retailer as well as Kroger earlier this week well despite a decade plus of economic growth Americans of slow the pace at which they're forming new companies a trend that risks further widening the gap between the most affluent and everybody else the longest expansion on record which began in the mid in mid two thousand nine has failed to restore entrepreneurship to its pre recession levels a Sam song says it will start selling its highly anticipated folding phone today after the original launch date was delayed by months of embarrassing problems you remember the tech giant said the galaxy fold will go on sale after its spent the last several months refining the device to improve its design and construction it costs nearly two thousand box it will launch in South Korea followed later in the month by key markets including here at home in the U. S. the galaxy folds original April launch date was pushed back after some reviewers phones were breaking journalists who received the phone said the folding screens started flickering and turning black before busy Alex. west the NBA legend and logo you see on the NBA jerseys and merchandise was honored this week with the presidential medal of freedom president trump on Thursday said Wes honor was richly deserve sighting west basketball career at West Virginia University that led him to the Lakers and an Olympic gold medal but the more than anything else the jury like doing is playing basketball in West Virginia and starting at age six he taught himself on the dirt surfaces of his neighborhoods backyard one eighty granges sister would call him and say it says it's called the mud wallow do you remember that at all during the mud wallow but nothing ever stopped him Jerry later reflected that everything I did I tried to do perfectly not just well **** perfectly and it hasn't changed I don't think too much as it. look at the list of other arteries and was inspired by the names of someone that trade one doesn't Bill Gates philanthropic champions Nelson Mandela Martin Luther king these are Shabazz from all of us Simon Wiesenthal and Desmond Tutu legendary leaders Mohammed Ali bill Russell Kareem Abdul Jabbar athlete activist Michael Jordan Tiger Woods Stevie Wonder excellence personified.
Trump gives Medal of Freedom to NBA legend Jerry West
"The west the NBA legend and logo you see on the NBA jerseys and merchandise was honored this week with the presidential medal of freedom president trump on Thursday said west honor was richly deserve sighting west basketball career at West Virginia University that led him to the Lakers and an Olympic gold medal but the more than anything else good you're like doing is playing basketball in West Virginia and starting at age six he taught himself on the dirt surfaces of his neighborhoods backyard one eight grain his sister would call him and say it says it's called the mud wallow do you remember that at all during the mud wallow but nothing ever stopped him Jerry later reflected that everything I did I tried to do perfectly not just well **** perfectly and it hasn't changed I don't think too much as it. look at the list of other honorees and was inspired by the names to someone that's right one doesn't Bill Gates philanthropic champions Nelson Mandela Martin Luther king these are Shabazz from all the Simon Wiesenthal and Desmond Tutu legendary leaders Muhammad Ali bill Russell Kareem Abdul Jabbar athlete activist Michael Jordan Tiger Woods Stevie Wonder excellence personified John wooden Frank Robinson Arnold Palmer and vin Scully friends are trying to emulate I swear my name is going to look like a misprint on this list No Way known as Mr clutch west was named an all star every year of his fourteen season career with the Lakers he also helped lead the team to the NBA finals nine times and after retiring as a player you coach the Lakers for three season before moving into the front office where he signed Magic Johnson Kobe Bryant Shaquille o'neal here is responsible for the majority of the fakers titles yet now works for the LA
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Focus that drives your work? I personally feel I would like to make every doctor every nurse every healthcare professional patientsafety champion and leader for the sake of the patient who trust us that is what I would like to achieve so that they become patientsafety companies where is your number one success habit. I didn't I'm just generally a very happy. Go lucky. I would agree you mesh. I would agree my friend done very well. And I've told him happiness to be true to your own so beetroot your own on. And enjoy whatever you do and always have a smile and be confident nothing was in. This was if your heart and soul, it beautifully said, what book would you recommend the listeners as part of the syllabus? Let me be selfish. I'm just over the publish my own book. That's how about national transformational leaders. Okay. It's all about mama Gandhi. Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King transformation leaders they have their purpose. And they transform anything by working with everyone and being kind and carrying and supporting guiding inspiring moti, and when is the book coming out Ramesh, probably within the next couple of months months or tweet has ten chapters. How to stay true to your values and how to build your resilient how to build a good team how to create for the energy and. How to work together as a team and how to transform world and make it better place for each and every well, congratulations on on that book. And by the time. This interview goes live will make sure to coordinate it with the launch says you're listening right now that means the book is live. So check out the show notes for a link to meshes book outcomes rocket that health and type in Umesh in the search bar. That's u m ES h you're gonna find the podcast there as well. As a link to that book and also full transcript of our discussion here today, Dr problems, we really appreciate you coming on the podcast that if you can share a closing thought with the listeners and the best place where they could get in touch or follow your work and promos I want to. Thank you undecided. Being one of the best
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on KGO 810
"Cosby, here's his quote, my political beliefs. My actions of trying to humanize all races, genders and religions landed me in this place surrounded by barbed wire fencing, a roommate of steel and iron this apparently was reported by page six. So I mean, he doesn't say I'm like Mahatma Gandhi. But he sort of he he certainly isn't in any way acknowledging the consequences or the. Improprieties that landed him in this situation, rather pointing at the fact that the the. What's the word? I'm looking for when the fact that he was a hypocrite in fact that he hypocritical that he was advocating one thing that was of a conservative nature and yet doing something else that was what ended him in prison drugging women and forcing sex on them when they were completely knocked out about. Yeah. Going over decades multiple as just a little party at the playboy mansion they all did that is going on. Yeah. Just because I am advocating conservative attitudes and calling people out then I get attacked. But in fact, I was just doing what everybody did we all do the playboy mansion. Midsummer night's dream party. Come on now. Did you to be now how you had to go around that stuff? Right. Yeah. Yeah. How old were you? What year was that? When you first start hanging. Oh my gosh. I don't know. What was the first in the mid nineties? Maybe. Yeah. I think things are writing. I. You just sort of better by then weren't they all I think so I mean, I didn't openly see like drug use or anything. I did. I don't drink. So I didn't ever ha-, you know, I never took drinks from people. So I'd never I you know, I was never in a position to get roof. So to speak. Really, honestly. And I'm so, you know, me doctor. I am so skeptical of people I would never take a drink of people. I've been like that since I was a little girl. So I if somebody would be like, hey, have this drink. I'd be like your creepy. So, but I don't think so I would never take an open container. I would always take a sealed bottle of water. So I kind of never was in that position anyways. But yeah, you'd see a lot of creeps there because they, you know, but I mean, that's not the only place. He did it. I mean, you you saw the testimony of a lot of the women. He would you know, the hotel room? It's just sort of like what's say the Harvey Weinstein. It's like, oh come up have a meeting or he'd be in town and women that he'd have them on the Cosby show read high. You know, I can help your career. And then they'd be like, oh, great. And he talked to them come back backstage afterwards or come to my hotel room. I can talk about advancing your career next thing. You know, they'd wake up and they're like, wait a minute. Some doesn't feel right. And you know, it's like this was the thing time and time and time and time again. And now he's like, I'm a political prisoner like Mahatma Gandhi or Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King junior. What no give me a freaking break. I mean, the guy's gotta be. I I asked you the other day is he is. He is he because you know, my first thought was sometimes. People like he said, I'm really enjoying prison. And I'm thinking do some people kind of have that where they kind of flip in their mind because they have to enjoy the place at their end because it's so awful. Right. You know, where you're going. I have to convince myself that I like this place because I'm going to be here for the rest of my life. Or is. He just delusional old, and has dementia is he going crazy. Yeah. Well, he certainly he's very old. He just narcissistic. Well, there's that and may have some cognitive decline of some type. And maybe it's more that it's not as bad as he thought it would be something like that. I think he he meant that. Like, he really thought is going to be tortured. In fact, he's finding like he might girlfriend or something. And he's like, oh, it's not that bad. I don't want to get that Canada. That what a lot of men. Thank when they're accused of abusing children are raping women. Sometimes they don't get good treatment in prison by other inmates. That's true. That's a good point. You know? I'm just being honest. But we heard that he was playing doctor. He was being seen Dr huxtable and seen quote, unquote patients. So my question is what do you think is going on Bill Cosby mind, eight hundred two two two five two two two is does he really think he is Mahatma Mahatma Cosby, or is he merely feeling that the reason it went to this point is because of his conservatism, and again, what would what's going on in his head eight hundred two two two five two two two is our phone number. I just worry that he just does not seem to connect in any way, the consequences of his behavior on his victims. That's a little bit troubling again that number eight hundred two two two five to two leeann tweeden. Dr drew its midday live. Dr drew midday live on cagey. Oh, eight ten..
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on X96
"Just. Three. My my my my computer is not working. The whole on the side really hurt their, you know, didn't work. I was going to. Well, I won't do that story then imprisons Sessoms surrender Bill Cosby claims that he is a political prisoner a political prisoner. Okay. Mic on a rapist, Mahatma Gandhi or Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King junior. I don't see that declaring a bizarre new prison letter that he's been locked up for his humanitarian contributions to society is my political beliefs my actions and try to humanize the races genders in the religion. Remember seeing that in any of the? In this place, rather by barb wire fence. No. Cosby you gave women drugs against her will and then had sex with them. Now have temporary residence resembles a quarter of some of the greatest political prisoner. No. Mama Ghandi loved to put up and the thing is Rudy. You see stand upright as a believable Brisbaner smile. Cosby was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting his one time friend. Andrea Constand statement, the eighty one year old double down on previous statements that he feels no remorse. I have no remorse, and we'll never have remorse. He said in the letter those.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Who's experiencing this right now as we speak on it, man. Okay. Now, get a cut on, sir. What's? No. Know who it is? Bill. Cosby what says he's having an amazing experience in prison. Thank you, this is. So you're trying to sell prison as somebody is somebody's trying to summit. It's his lawyer. So his lawyer Andrew Wyatt has I'm sorry. His press spokesman because he has one of those imprisoned. I did a TV interview and explained the Bill Cosby who is currently behind bars at SEI Phoenix, which is a prison outside of Philadelphia where he's just been moved into the general population is having and these are Bill Cosby's words, an amazing time in prison. Has he's done the following. According to Andrew Wyatt. He has lost weight while he's behind bars he wakes up at three thirty in the morning to exercise. I he's avoided eating bread or desert in prison. I know cut the carbs a he hasn't had any coffee since he's been there. And the funny part about it is I mean, there's something really funny about this in prison. He's been trying to stop drinking coffee for fifty five years. Prison. What is this all about? I don't really know is the point to say like, ha ha. Yeah. He's like half is suffering in prison, or is it to be like I'm gonna make the best out of the worst. I don't even quite know. My gut says that this is all about them trying to make it seem like Mr. Cosby is who's telling us these this is his spokesperson, Andrew Wyatt. Yeah. I think this is really just him trying to be like, oh, he's doing just fine. Yeah. No, he's he's a political prisoner. You get to that point. Yeah. I didn't get down to that area. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. A political prisoner. This is what his his spokesperson has said. First of all that Mr. Cosby is totally innocent of the crimes that he is serving time for. And now, I gotta get to the political prisoner part. Well, I will say in this article it also says of the coffee in particular, there's a quote from his attorney, and he hasn't drunk any caught while he hasn't drink. That's not the right way to say that he hasn't drunk any coffee since he's been in there. Now, the funny part is MRs Cosby's been trying to stop him from drinking coffee for fifty five years in it took this to stop him from drinking coffee. Okay. Yeah. The funny part. I know how is that? The funny part that he that he had to be held accountable for serial rape in order to quit. Yeah. Ha ha. He does he has been claiming Bill Cosby that he's a political prisoner similar to Mahatma Gandhi. And Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King junior. Okay. He's being locked up for his humanitarian contributions to society. Saying can we just move onto somebody who? Is even worse. I mean is there somebody worse really is. Actually, I can't worse is a is a subjective term also grow equally Perv tackler. Okay. And abusive vici- title, I want to walk. Abusive Gary abuse now. Sorry, puns are not good. When you're talking about these here headline headline big Perv on campus. Kevin Spacey caught crashing college parties. Is she what is she then radar online? Treats me to the following photograph of a girl drinking out of a witness bottle. Yeah. It's like one of those that you get something you'd see a bachelorette party, and he's at a college party were in a cap and glasses, although I wouldn't quite call that a disguise. No, he looks like himself at a frat party. What they are alleging though is that he is like creep in on cue guys a college parties and Spacey was just looking at this kid with an intense stare. I couldn't help. But notice he showed a particular interest in talking to young men at the party, he would ignore any girls that approached him? So this is pretty garden variety stuff when it comes to Kevin Spacey stories. I don't think it would shock us that much. There's also a photo of what appears to be him. Pulling somebody's pants down. I don't know photo saw that picture earlier too. And I was trying to figure out exactly what was happening in it. I'm not clear on it. And I don't know that I wanna be. Yeah. I'm just generally grossed out. I can't wait for him to be held accountable along with maybe he can join Bill Cosby and his retreat. Yeah. It'd have an amazing time time because as much as his attorney would like to tell us, otherwise, I kind of believe that this is not the case, right? That it's not all that. He would like us to believe it's cracked up to be. No,.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Stigmatized. You can read Justice story and the photographs from the rescue at the guardian dot com. Coming up. We'll hear from the guardians. Gary young after the ant to Liam Niessen described. In a recent interview taking to the streets with a cauti-, which is a heavy stick to find a black man to kill in revenge for his friends, right? Welcome back. Now, Gary young why we all not living in a post racial society. So Liam Niessen Kevin interview to the independent was to promote his new film culpa suit. And in that interview in order to kind of illustrate vengeance. Which power is a key theme in the film. He talked about somebody comes to him who was raped and when he found out he asked them did you now the pass was his first question. Second question was what Colorado when she said that the person was black. He said that the next week we can off he would go out with a call. Hoping that black person would provoke him. So he could kill him. And he said that he felt ashamed that he had done that that kind of. Made him think although it wasn't really clear. That might him think. My reaction to that. In the first instance was how very old how old to ask. But what color was the person he ripe shit that I've had friends who've suffered sexual sold. That's number care to me to us. The kala was the person who assaulted them wasn't after one day, if the person had been white would he have gone out with a caution wanted to beat up every white person that he saw okay every prisoner would he just killed himself? He's a white guy. My second to be honest was well, that's not really a response is open to me. And and goodness gracious arm black people, incredibly full bearing if you think of George Zimmerman or any number of atrocities that have taken place in the last five ten years that we know about then you would have black people running amok killing all sorts of why people don't have that. You suddenly understand perhaps why people like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King, and this is black history month in America, so revered because they didn't follow revenge hypotheses. So I thought it was incredibly sinister that that there should be collective punishment for the actions of one person what you can on me some allies is that for rules at toll of. A post racial society enlightenment values and the Abam ear and so on that there are some people including the man who was nominated for an Oscar for playing Oscar Schindler. I mean that could not have made a dent on him that he. Would sink? I will you know, I'll go out of my we'll kill the Black Sea. Hugh gives me any trouble until. So the gem is for the independent says. But then again, you know, which one of us has been there. Let's put us out in his shoes. Though. This is maybe a universal response. But he's moans. I've been the subject of racial attacks in beaten up by the cops of my family have been subject to racial attacks. I've never gone out there. I've never sought actually just done. Well, watch out why people here I come. Now, you could say that this is an expression of regret, and that's true. And that's important. He's not boasting about it. But there are a couple of things about that. And the first is that that sets the bow very low for regret. I regret Finkel for a week to ten days. The I might kill any black man that I so awhile. I mean, if you get that in a couple of minutes, then you not gonna be a help line for you somewhere. In fact, far from being an isolated concern kind of media flurry. The reason why I thought it was worthwhile writing about because they live reality. There are actually people out there who go out and try and kill back people because we are black people in October. A man in Kentucky wondered around pocking loan to Ellie black people when a white person come fronted him. He said why don't kill wise at the weekend. A black security guard was shot dead by comps in the suburbs. Chicago while doing my job. This is not some abstracts problem. This is not better that come come about saying colored people when he meant black people, and you know, pretty getting excited about this is actually real life or quite often real death for people in. Lots of communities that don't have to be that many deaths or everybody to feel the fear and another way of saying is that leonie's alone. There are also people who think like that who act like that who are Imboden by the politics of this moment, and some of them have a bad and an entire legal system to support them. And that's why I feel this was taking out. You
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So if you pay attention to his speeches he's courts, my Angelou, Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and it's unclear what Cory Booker is actually four other than citing other people's speeches. So I think we voters are still going to wait and see what he's actually about as a supporter of the green new deal wonder what you think about one thing that booker's proposed. I don't think it's gotten a lot of play. But maybe is a big idea along green new deal lines. Because one of the Gleaner deal items is a guaranteed job for everybody who needs one, right? And he's proposing that the federal government start experimenting with this. And I think at sixteen communities where unemployment and underemployment are are really a problem. Did you look at that? Is that is that it kind of you know, a good progressive green new deal element. Yeah. I mean, I will give credit to any politician who comes out in favour of big progressive ideas that redistribute wealth and power in this country to working people and Cory Booker in his endorsement of federal jobs guarantee, and a green new deal agreeing new deal does have as one of its major components federal jobs guarantee Booker deserves credit for coming out for that. I think that's a really good idea. I think it's popular idea that every American who wants one should be able to get a job. And I just think that more and more politicians we're gonna see our. Going to be rejecting the agendas of people like Howard Schultz and Michael Bloomberg. And Joe Biden that I've kind of taken this more triangulate approach to these economic policies. I think we'll see whether or not Cory Booker fights for those policies in the primary whether he begins to cave a little bit as he seems to be doing on Medicare for all. And so many seem to the apologizing for something, right? Come hers. Sort of for some things she does DA or attorney general Jilib ran for position she had on immigration and and guns in the past Elizabeth Warren for taking that DNA tests. So it's an interesting apology moment in the democratic field. Yeah. All your faves are problematic. Brian, I don't know what to tell you. They're they've all got something. And we'll see what they do to to men those Mendez problems. They have it's just a matter of time that is Justice Democrats planning to endorse a democrat for the primary season at some point. We're going to wait to see how the field develops. But it's a possibility. Yeah. I think right now, we're focused on the house. You know, just like in two thousand nine we saw that the public option fight was really lost. Because there wasn't a huge progressive voice willing to fight for it and take on the president take on members of their own caucus and the Democratic Party over the public option. I think now in twenty twenty one if the Democrats win the White House, you'll see a much more robust progressive caucus willing to fight for things like single payer healthcare and Medicare for all. And you know, that's why that's why we're so focused on winning building progressive leadership in the house because we know that that kind of energy can really sway things, regardless of who the president is lead Shaheed communications director for Justice Democrats. Thanks so much for coming on today. Let's keep talking. Thank you so much Brian Lehrer on WNYC and okay, New Jersey Democrats for the next few minutes. Let's do an informal call in about who. You would like for president so far among those who've announced in the democratic field. Two one two four three three WNYC four three three nine six nine to obviously the news silkier is Cory Booker getting into the race. And we're curious to see how he stacks up given your familiarity with him, New Jersey Democrats. And stocks up to the others like Senator Warren and Jila Brandon has those are the main ones right now, also Hooley and Castro and Chelsea Gabbard. Anyone else? I may be forgetting at the moment. So just for a few minutes just for a few minutes. New Jersey Democrats only we're not gonna really linger on this. Will you know, this is a blink poll and informal, and unofficial and thoroughly unscientific we assure you two one two four three three WNYC two one two four three three nine six nine two. So on the scale of roll your eyes to go Corey how do you start? As of today is just in Cory Booker versus the rest of the major candidates in the field. If the New Jersey primary was today who would you be leaning toward we realize it's early. This is a no commitment call in. But let's start the conversation about Booker versus the others and all of them versus each. Here's Booker on the view on ABC on Friday answering if and how he would try to appeal to Trump voters in general election. Look, there's a lot of pain out there in America. And a lot of fear. No party has a monopoly on that hurt. There are people checking out from politics giving up on politics at cynicism exists from inner cities to suburbs form factory towns. There is a lot of pain and the challenges for us as Americans with a little bit more, crease empathy recognize that this is a common pain that we're all in this together. You put off seeing the doctor because you can't afford it. That's not a democratic pain. That's right now hurting in America, if you working a fulltime job in this country and still can't make ends meet have more month at the end of your money. That's an American this over a thousand jurisdictions in this country were children have a higher lead blood lead level in Flint Michigan. They can find unleaded gasoline more easily than unleaded water. That's not a Republican or democrat from. That's an American problem. Senator Booker on ABC's the view on Friday, some say, he's not angry enough and has taken. The positive tone for this particular moment in America for Democrats who will vote in primaries at very least, and that he's taken too much pharmaceutical money or you don't like some of the school reform in Newark or other things that we touched on with will lead Shaheed, but he also has this fans based on his willingness to experiment and commitment to the issues that matter as his fancy it. So callers where are you two one two four three three WNYC? It's an informal. Unofficial thoroughly unscientific call-in poll just for a few minutes. How does Corey Booker stack up to you? New Jersey Democrats only versus other Democrats in the race will put you on the air right after this. Hi,.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on Leadership Biz CafÃ©
"I'm thrilled to have his podcast included on this streaming platform, and you can find a link to this podcast on Spotify on the podcast page on my website. So that's just some of the exciting things that we have going on. And we have even more to come in coming episodes. So be sure to stay tuned for those. Developments and with that. Let's meet my guest for today's episode. People can find talent people can find resources people can find products anywhere in the world. So you can't think like an incumbent like his nineteen eighty five and you're gonna kind of hide and be mediocre and kind of slip through. That's just not gonna happen. You know, one of the perks of my work as a leadership keynote speaker corporate trainer and leadership writer is that I get to meet and hang out with some truly exceptional and thought provoking people many of whom I'm grateful. I also have the privilege of calling a friend and today's guest definitely fits that profile. In addition to being a bestselling author speaker and entrepreneur James straw has also served in high levels of government office where he has served as the founding secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency. And as the chief law enforcement officer of the US Environmental Protection Agency, he has made appearances in numerous media outlets. Leading the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal USA today and CNN recently, he released a revised that updated version of his book served to lead, which he calls served lead two point. Oh, which he describes as being a twenty first century leaders manual in it. He makes the case that everyone can lead because we all have the opportunity and potential to help those around us to be successful in their efforts. So that collectively we can all succeed and thrive. I'm gonna talk to James about this idea, and the concept she shares in his book about how we can find our true calling in what James calls the golden age of leadership the high James welcome to the show. Elo. Ten verts wonderful be with you. Thanks so much for having me now to start things off. I should give a little bit of disclosure here. If you will that I've written endorsement that appears in this book. But by the end of today's conversation, I'm confident that it will be clear to everyone. Why was delighted that James had asked me to write an. Dourson for this revised and updated version of his book. And so with that James, I think great place for us to begin. Our conversation about serve to lead is found in your book's subtitle twenty-first-century leaders manual now, I'm sure you've probably read or been a part of conversations discussing the nature of leadership, and how there's this odd that Kadhamy of referring to leadership with these timeless enduring qualities and why we can glean insights and inspiration from leaders from twentieth century like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King junior and so forth at the same time. Though, there is this recognition that today's leaders or twenty first century leaders Nate to have things in their tool kits which pretty much even just a decade ago were considered a bit much things like developing our motion intelligence, and creating an organizational culture that doesn't simply empower employees, but fosters a sense of inclusion and belonging amongst with increasingly diverse workforce. Now, I know you share in your book concise definition of what leadership is but James could you help? Set the stage here in terms of what you mean by twenty first century leadership. Sure antennae or get him. So honored that you have really become a part of this book. So thank you again for that. I think what I hope to do by focusing on twenty first century leadership is to look in a very practical way at the differences of how things have to be done now to be affective compared to the very recent past. If you look historically, whether it's boot and Burg and the press the modern printing press or whether you look at the early twentieth century with the tabloid press in the first real expansions of film. And and all this kind of thing we're in a new phase like that with social media, the digital age, and and h time this has happened..
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"News. We've talked a lot on this program about plastic in the oceans, China is the biggest culprit when it comes to marine plastic, but Indonesia is second to young women on Bali or on a mission to change that beginning with plastic bags. Michael Sullivan has this report how young are they young enough that one of them couldn't make our weekday interview. She's at school that's eighteen year old Milwaukee Weysan talking about her by by plastic bags co-founder and sixteen year old sister is bell. She's just halfway through grade eleven and she's putting her focuses more into graduating high school, the two sisters started by plastic bags when they were just twelve and ten years old after a lesson at school about influential world leaders and change makers, including Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi my sister, and I went home that day thinking, well, what can we do as kids living on the island of Bali? See we didn't wanna wait until we were older to start making a difference. It wasn't even a question. Really? It was more. Like, what can we do? Has kids right now. The answer was right in front of them literally on the beach in front of their home. I got to the point where at weekends when we would go to our childhood beach. If it would go swimming. There was a plastic bag that would wrap around your arm or running through the rice field, and you're seeing farmers plant on top of plastic. And you say just enough is enough a quick online. Search. She says revealed that forty countries in the world had already banned or put a tax on plastic bags we thought well, if they can do it com on Bali come on in Asia. We can also do it. And so without a business plan, a strategy or a budget like my mother will tell you..
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"This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast. Actual speeds. Vary and are not guaranteed. We've talked a lot on this program about plastic in the oceans, China is the biggest culprit when it comes to marine plastic, but Indonesia is second to young women on Bali or on a mission to change that beginning with plastic bags. Michael Sullivan has this report how young are they young enough that one of them couldn't make our weekday interview. She's at school. That's eighteen year old Malati Weysan talking about her by by plastic bags co founder and sixteen year old sister is a Bill she's a just halfway through grade eleven and she's putting her focuses more into graduating high school, the two sisters started by by plastic bags when they were just twelve and ten years old after a lesson at school about influential world leaders and change makers. Luding Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi my sister, and I went home that day thinking, well, what can we do as kids living on the island of Bali? See we didn't wanna wait until we were older to start making a difference. It wasn't even a question. Really? It was more. Like, what can we do as kids right now? The answer was right in front of them literally on the beach in front of their home. You know, it got to the point where at weekends when we would go to our childhood beach. If we go swimming, there was a plastic bag that would wrap around your arm running through the rice field in you're seeing farmers plant on top of plastic. And you say just enough is enough a quick online. Search. She says revealed that forty countries in the world had already been or put a tax on plastic bags we thought well, if they can do it com on Bali come on in Asia. We can also do it. And so without a business plan, a strategy or a budget like my mother will tell you. We went forward with the pure passionate intention to make our home plastic bag free. The got some friends together got online. To start a petition and got over six thousand signatures and less than a day. She says they never looked back spreading awareness through school and community, workshops and beach, clean-up campaigns, drawing international attention, and that of local politicians to I think one of the biggest tools that pushed us forward was our decision to go on a food strike, which is one of our ideals tools of how you know Ma Mahatma Gandhi. He also had peaceful ways of reaching his goals of getting attention. So that was huge inspiration for us. And we within twenty four hours we had a phone call. And then the next day we were picked up from school and escorted to the office of the governor he signed a memorandum of understanding with the sisters to work together toward eliminating plastic and later announced the goal of making Bali plastic bag free by two thousand eighteen that didn't happen. But why senses dealing with politicians in general has taught her some things. I always say it feels like dancing like the politician with the politicians like three steps forward to stay. Steps back and again, and again, and it's almost like the CIA but learned a lot of different things. The sisters have given a Ted talk been invited to the UN New York and spoke at last year's IMF World Bank meeting in Bali and last month. The new governor announced a new law banning single use plastic on the island, thanks in part to the sisters efforts. And those of other like minded NGOs Mileti Watson was thrilled by the news. But says there's still lots to be done spreading the no plastic gospel, not just in Bali or Indonesia, but across the globe. So we're actually now in twenty eight locations around the world, and it's all led by young people kids in middle school high school or university. And that she says might be the best part about the journey so far because this is you know, where we we literally prove that kids can do things and by fussy bags has become this platform where kids can feel like their voices are being heard for us. Everything is happening in our life. Time. Right. So we have to be the ones to start working towards the future and the world that we want to be part of for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan dentist, Dr Mollie.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on WLAC
"To the big leagues well i got the call to the big leagues and things have gone really well since that point in time but i have now turned down to television shows because i would rather be able to sit and talk to you guys and be as honest possibly can because i would rather sit in the afternoon on my periscope on my facebook show and be as honest as i can and i do think it's worth you guys thinking about why are my belief he's not allowable when it comes to making mixing politics and sports and if i were a left wing ideologue out here saying colin kaepernick as a hero saint michel sam because he's gay and he likes to have sex with men is modern day jackie robinson because cable and gender decided that she didn't want to be a man anymore four she's a hero if i said all those things i would unquestionably have a television show right now and i be able to say them in scream them from the high heavens you guys know that i'm a first in the mid absolutist you know that i believe that the most important right that we have in america today is the first amendment the and we believe in two things wholeheartedly i've said this before the first amendment and boobs new year's ever led me astray but how ironic is it that if i just was lying to you guys and if i came on here every day and just said man colin kipper catholic what a hero what an unbelievable move that a modern day nelson mandela martin luther king junior of the grid iron made when he decided not to stay for the net stand for the national anthem if i made those arguments if i came on and i said you know in the.
"nelson mandela martin luther" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Welcome back to parttime genius today we're talking about personality test the mango i know you and i both took an online myers briggs knockoff test so how'd you do i now i got an idea which means i'm introverted intuitive thinking and judging which actually kinda makes sense to me i mean myers briggs says you know charts or by aries like you could be introverted or extroverted you could be intuitive or sensing this thinking or feeling and perceiving or judging an those combinations yields sixteen different personality types but as an iin tj i just want to let you know i mean really good company area who health like arnold schwarzenegger's their jane austen isaac newton also jay z in angela lands very all lands berry nevada now it makes sense are totally a lands berry i mean we're all pretty much the same person like wrapping bars and solving murders every week that sounds about right okay well i'm n e n f j okay so that means you're extroverted and intuitive and feeling and judging which is great because we're both jiji fudda that with you in good company too uganda oprah winfrey brock obama nelson mandela martin luther king all right i think every important black figures any nfj yeah that's that's pretty much oil and michael owen also bano yup that's all this all important black figures while done so i'm always in two minds about the stuff like i feel the same way about astrology unhappy to be a tourist when a means i just like wes anderson who shares my birthday or of william shakespeare because we're all talented and born in spring.
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"I i've seen pictures of the inside of a of a uda meeting houses where they've got flags on the wall and they'll they'll have the red hand holster and the union jack of course but also the confederate flag maybe the israeli flag and the flags of apartheid south africa in rhodesia a one one point i want to make our gnat is actually angela told a funny story that i think is indicative for like americans to try to understand like what the differences between irish republicans and the the ulster people in northern ireland he said she had american leftist friends who went to ireland for the first time in hata kinda sceptical attitude about irish republicanism they're like well this is just really national ads on her yeah nationalism of another stripe and then they went to northern ireland and walking through the republican congress republican neighborhoods they have these murals that feature nelson mandela martin luther king and like children holding hands with like we will win like victory for like it the workers of the world in style then you literally cross the street and then the road daily yet you yet you see murals dedicated to robert e league of grim reaper stabbing a union jack into a dead body with like we will kill you tell them ourselves exactly what are the most famous murals on the shankill road actually sought it's a it's a guy in a ski mask planning a ak at you because they say it's like the mona lisa in the as you move the barrel of the gun follows you the one point i wanna make about your big to ford you rule the one point i want to make about about the dp though.