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A highlight from LST1 Introduction The Letters of St. Therese of Lisieux with Fr. Timothy Gallagher Podcast
"Discerninghearts .com in cooperation with the Oblates of the Virgin Mary presents The Letters of Saint Therese of Lisieux with Father Timothy Gallagher. Father Gallagher is a member of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, a religious community dedicated to retreats and spiritual direction according to the spiritual of exercises Saint Ignatius of Loyola. He is featured on several series found on the Eternal Word television network. He is also author of numerous books on the spiritual teachings of Saint Ignatius of Loyola and the Venerable Bruno Lanteri, founder of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, as well as other works focused on aspects of the spiritual life. The Letters of Saint Therese of Lisieux with Father Timothy Gallagher. I'm your host, Chris McGregor. Welcome, Father Gallagher. Thank you, Chris. Always good to be here. Talk to us about Saint Therese. What is the little flower to you? One thing I've noticed if you look at the writings of most people when they write or speak about Therese, they always start with how they first encountered Therese. If you look at Dorothy Day's book on Therese, for example, that's the way she begins, but you see this as kind of a pattern. In my own case it's very simple. This was before I entered the seminary and at a certain point, I'm a reader, I love to read, and resolved that I probably should do some spiritual reading, a little reluctantly because what I really like are stories and those sorts of things. Maybe it was Lent, I don't recall, but I remember going to a shelf bookcase with spiritual books, going through them, not really being drawn to anything, and then I saw this title that said, Story of a Soul, and it was the word story that caught my attention because I love stories. So I thought, well, maybe that'll be a little easier to read than some of the others. I began reading it and immediately fell in since then, very much at the origins of the process that led to entering the seminary. After theological studies, perhaps having read the basic sources, it felt like something done and kind of there, but more recently has opened up in a wonderful way again that leads to what we're doing now, and a rereading of the sources and amplifying that reading, and just coming to see in a new way the remarkable figure that she is. And so that's what leads us to do this now. You know, it was Pope Saint Pius X who called her the greatest saint of modern times, and I think we can easily not agreement at that now, declared a doctor. There's so much there. So I have the feeling that as we dive into this huge sea that is the life and teaching and writings of Saint Therese, that you can't go wrong. You know, wherever you enter, there's always going to be richness. You know, it strikes me that some of our listeners may be thinking, what's Father Gallagher? And he's an expert on Ignatian spirituality, and yet they may not realize that there's a heavy Carmelite influence in the Oblates of the Virgin Mary through the spirituality and the life of their father. But it's not a real push to see where in the charism of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, this calling, as it were, to also come to a ability to be able to communicate aspects of that Carmelite living. Does that make sense? Sure. Yeah. I mean, as I mentioned, I initially came to her before I even knew Venerable Bruno. But once I entered and got to know him well, I discovered, exactly as you said, that he was essentially Ignatian but not exclusively Ignatian. And you do see a lovely Carmelite component. For example, as he is approaching his ordination to the priesthood, you see amongst his spiritual proposals the plan to read in its entirety the writings of Saint Teresa of Avila. Also familiar with Saint John of the Cross, of course, Saint Therese comes after his lifetime. So that component is very much there. What is contemplative, what involves growth in prayer and deep prayer, and the kind of things that lie at the heart of the Carmelite vocation, all of that is very real in him, not only in his learning but very much in his own experience as well in his own prayer. It's so fascinating that, as you said, Pope Saint Pius X would say that she is, again, one of the most significant, one of the most important saints of the 20th century that she would be. At a time and era where the family has been so much under attack, the fact that this little flower can bloom in a garden of a family, as it were, that they themselves have become saints, not only her mother and father, but it looks as though her sisters are on their way in this area of the cause of canonization. Well, the cause of her sister Leonie, who would have seemed a very unlikely candidate of all the sisters, the most unlikely candidate for sanctity, that cause is underway now. She's the servant of God, Leonie Martin. And yes, there is a movement to try to promote the cause of the other sisters as well. In God's time, we'll see where all of that goes. But you have a family which is very much built on faith, on the search for holiness, on love for the church, on the desire to respond to God's vocation, in which all the members strengthen each other. And you see that in the letters that we'll be looking at. And of course, you see it in Therese's deep gratitude to her parents and her love for her sisters. Their family is simply a remarkable witness to a family as a family. It's the kind of family everyone would hope for, where there's a deep unity and bond and love between the members, and not only the immediate family, but also with the more extended family, very specifically Therese's aunt and uncle and their two daughters. And you see the great love there amongst all of them. You can go through all of the letters, and that's two volumes, 1 ,300 pages. And all you will see is there are times when there are some disagreements about this decision or that decision. You see some of that. But enveloping everything and underlying everything and above everything, what you see is a deeply united and loving family. It's a beautiful witness to the family, very much. The letters of Saint Therese are absolutely remarkable. If you are a devotee of the story of the soul, that in itself can sustain you for a lifetime. But letters the give us a fullness, a beautiful, rich imagery. And I say this in all reverence, but a more complete picture of Therese, doesn't it? Well, as you've said, Chris, I think it's obvious that the real center to get to know Therese is the story of the soul. That's the real heart of it. And then around that, there are other primary sources as well. What's called her last conversations, where her sisters and some of the others in the convent recorded her sayings and doings in her last months. The book entitled Therese by those who knew her, which is a large extract of the witnesses that were given on the diocesan level as her cause for canonization was begun. So these were people speaking out of their own personal recollections of Therese, about Therese. If you want to have there a real richness as well. But our initial focus will be the letters, probably because they don't get cited all that much, you know. We may have the feeling that looking at passages in the story of the soul, which we'll get to, that this is familiar territory. The letters might be less so. It does take a little bit of energy and persistence, I'd say, to read them because it is fairly lengthy, but they are remarkably well done, amply annotated with very helpful footnotes, with introductions. So they are a very rich resource to take the next step. The first step would be the story of a soul, but if a person wants to take the next step, then the letters would be the next step. There is a remarkable heritage that we've received from the lives of the saints through their letters. I think of the letters of, of course, Teresa of Avilot, Ignatius of Loyola, but we've seen through the letters of Venerable Bruno Lanteri, the letters of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity. The list could go on and on, and I have to say the letters of Catherine of Siena. When you read those, you get a real sense of the friendships, the, the family relationships, their interaction with those around them and with the world, don't you? Soon -to -be Saint John Henry Newman says at one point in his writings that his sense of the best way to get to know a person is not through a biography, but through reading the person's letters. And I think, as is generally true, he is right on the mark, and generally true of what, I'll call him, St. John Henry Newman says he is, I think, right on the mark. Today, I suppose, we do this more digitally, but if you were to take a selection of 30, 50 emails of a correspondence between two friends or two family members or two people who love the Lord and whom, you know, sanctity is evident, you would get, with a great immediacy, you would get a feel for the person. And that's what you get here with Therese. Now, there are qualities about her letters that I'll just mention one now. As I read through them over a number of months, it dawned on me after a while, all of these letters are other -centered. Just, it's remarkable. This is not a woman who is writing because she needs to write for her own sake. But you look at all of these letters, commemorations of family members' birthdays, encouragement to her father after she's left home, and she knows he's suffering her loss, and her sister, Celine, who is caring for her father and his illness. It's remarkable that we think of her as the one who practiced love, a very loving person, which she certainly is. If you want to get a concrete feel for that, of course, after the story of the soul, you can just read these letters. You know, most of us, when we write emails or letters, there'll be something that's a bit self -centered. I don't want to criticize that too much. Our friends, family members do want to know. But we may have some complaints here or there or be unhappy about something here or there, be angry about something here or there. In Therese, the one thing that you see is love. And after you go through this, after a while, a vision arises of, if this woman who is writing this way so consistently in every relationship that you see portrayed in the letters, lived this way within her community, her presence must have been a very beautiful thing. If she lived, there's no question that she did, but what you see when she spontaneously expresses what's in her heart in the letters, if that's what was in her heart as she actually interacted with the people with whom she shared life day by day, for us, we can think of our families or workplaces or parishes, then you get the image of what love can really mean in very ordinary, humble, concrete ways, as we'll see.
Fresh update on "newman" discussed on BTV Simulcast
"Back let's uh... get into the middle east markets down with a record he reported for uh... camera we of course the talk is to some of the big moves we saw yesterday so far let's start with me p adnoc and they've been told to boost their bid here for this at least they're staking an israeli energy company so that one of details of that past yes good morning david we had an independent committee reviewing p and add knocks billion dollar bid to buy fifty percent stake in israeli ration and production firm called newman energy so bpm thinking today who's that bad or do they actually walk away that deliberations are still ongoing and no final decisions have been made yet that's according to an exclusive bloomberg uh... out yesterday on the terminal and uh... well what happened with the shares is that they actually fell a little bit for a new man but if we look at the overall picture and you had is actually up sixty percent about sixty percent since the offer it was initially announced in march so there is there's been a lot of upside for that company uh... with what's happening here is that we do know that the e in israel are trying to boost investments adnoc is also looking to boost its foreign investments and bp is trying to have more presence in the region so this deal uh... is something that both companies are seeking but and now they they're going to be thinking do they want to pay the higher price tag or not yeah absolutely and to your point you you know we're up to give or take sixty percent i mean that's potential downside if you will if they walk away talk about e -mart properties i mean i think it was late last weekend monday four percent each two days in a do we know what's going on? we do actually we had uh... the founder telling bloomberg that they're looking for housing projects saudi in arabia and that boosted the stock four percent on thursday for friday was off for a holiday and then again it was up four percent on monday the analysts are calling this a big opportunity saudi arabia is such a huge market and amar is such a huge company and having those housing projects in saudi arabia could provide more upside to the stock boosts revenue we're looking to hear a little on what they think uh... you know the investment and the return for that for now uh... amar is trading at two thousand seventeen high october two thousand seventeen high to be specific we were just talking about the white properties david it's just super hot right now and they're saying that amar is benefiting from that boom that we're seeing in dubai real estate rents are extremely high is extremely also elevated so we're seeing that translated in the share price of amar and generally through the dubai stock exchange which is now trading at two thousand fifteen high as well yep there we go six six -year high if you can't afford it look at it as they say but i don't know who says that anyway farrah thank you so much farrah at lorari there uh... on just a big market moves right there's a great decision on a kenya today this is going to start start your market day with bloomberg surveillance it's a really interesting soup tom keene jonathan perot and lisa bromowitz in your base case the worst case scenario and can't be fun who's in the zoo guys which one of us i think it's pretty clear who's in the zoo bloomberg surveillance must listen must watch i think they made a great decision separate i suppose weekday mornings at seven eastern on bloomberg radio and bloomberg television when you reorganize in decoder we're probably the first thing you decide to keep is there any serious action of sanctions against china detailed financial and business reporting tell us more about your customers and how doing now expert analysis you're basically just changing a five dollar bill into five ones definitely essential looking at a high -yield where does that take you these days
A highlight from The Straight Paths of the Lord
"Here in Acts chapter 13, we're going to read verses four through 12 as we continue our series and the acts of the risen Lord Jesus as he has revealed them to us by his spirit. So I invite you to stand out of respect for the reading of God's Word. So, being sent out by the Holy Spirit, they went down to Seleucia, and from there they sailed to Cyprus. When they arrived at Salamis, they proclaimed the Word of God in the synagogues of the Jews, and they had John to assist them. When they had gone through the whole island as far as Paphos, they came upon a certain magician, a Jewish false prophet named Bar -Jesus. He was with the proconsul Sergius Paulus, a man of intelligence, who summoned Barnabas and Saul and sought to hear the Word of but Alemus, the magician, for that is the meaning of his name, opposed them, seeking to turn the proconsul away from the faith. But Saul, who was also called Paul, filled with the Holy Spirit, looked intently at him and said, You son of the devil, you enemy of all of all righteousness, full of all deceit and villainy, will you not stop making crooked the straight paths of the Lord? And now, behold, the hand of the Lord is upon you, and you will be blind and unable to see the sun for a time. Immediately mist and darkness fell upon him, and he went about seeking people to lead him by the hand. Then the proconsul believed, when he saw what had occurred, for he was astonished at the teaching of the Lord. The grass withers, the flower fades, but the Word of God abides forever. Amen. You may be seated. There's a poem by John Henry Newman, which I have come to love. I'm going to read it as we start to dive into the Word of the Lord here in Acts chapter 13. Newman writes, runs not the Paul had stayed in cot or learned shade with the priest white attire and the saints tuneful choir. Men had not gnashed their teeth nor risen to slay, but thou hadst been a heathen in thy day. What is Newman saying? Newman is saying that there was a comfortable life before the apostle Paul, and that comfortable life looked like, what, staying in Antioch, taking it easy with the saints there, seeing the church in Antioch continue to grow as he would enjoy singing hymns with them, as he would enjoy learning of the scriptures in the shade of Antioch. But Paul went forth. Paul went on several missionary journeys, and when he did that, it guaranteed two things. First of all, that he would encounter great opposition, that men would gnash their teeth at him and rise to slay him. But also, it ensured that you, you who have been called by the Lord, would come to know the gospel and believe. You see, we're about to study these missionary journeys of Paul, and there are several of them, and it's going to take us to the rest of the book of Acts. But as we lean in and look at these missionary journeys, I don't want it to just be about learning the facts. I certainly, you'll see probably next week, I'm going to put a map in front of you so you get a sense of the geography and scope of this thing. But what I want you to see is not that you just do a checklist of understanding what these missionary journeys are all about and where they go, but rather that you see that this is about God's mission toward you, towards sinners who desperately needed his gospel, who needed to hear his word. And as we study this history of Saul's travels, what I want you to see is this is really about the great missionary heart of God. And every time that Saul goes to a new city and encounters opposition there, God is saying, it's worth it because my gospel goes forth and sinners believe. That's the golden thread that runs through the rest of the book of Acts, the missionary heart of God. Every map speaks of his intent to save. Every new city that the gospel goes to shows that he's not just about maintaining the faith in some quiet little place, but he's about spreading the faith. This is your history because if Paul had not gone forth, how does the poem end? You would be a heathen in this day. You would not have heard the gospel. If he had not taken the gospel at risk of his own life to foreign lands, you probably wouldn't be here. This is the Lord's appointed means of saving sinners like you. And so I want to look at this first narrative. I want to look at the travel to the island of Cyprus because here we see a snapshot of the missionary heart of God as the gospel goes forth. You'll see that Paul and Barnabas and John Mark, the kind of pastoral interns with them, they go to the island of Cyprus. Now I would ask you if you were undergoing the first stage of a advance outside of Antioch and you could go anywhere, where would you go? I mean, you look at the map and you think there's a whole ancient world ahead of me. I could go to Rome. I could go really anywhere, but they choose to go to Cyprus. Why? Well, Cyprus is located 100 miles to the west and it could be that they just went to the first place they hit land, but Barnabas is from Cyprus. Barnabas knows a lot about Cyprus and Cyprus is also a vacation island. It's a place with tropical trees and where people would enjoy the sun. Now I don't think any of these reasons are why they sail to Cyprus. I believe they sail to Cyprus because it is a major crossroads of the ancient world. It is a major crossroads in the Mediterranean sea where people would stop and they'd refuel and Paul and Barnabas and John Mark know that if the gospel takes root in Cyprus, it goes out everywhere.
Judge halts South Carolina’s new stricter abortion law until state Supreme Court review
"South Carolina's newly signed abortion law has been temporarily halted by a judge. Judge Clifton Newman's ruling sends the new law that bans most abortions in South Carolina around 6 weeks of pregnancy to be reviewed. Planned Parenthood sued almost immediately after the bill was signed, a judge Newman said it would end up before the state Supreme Court anyway. The law is similar to one in 2021 that was struck down after the justices ruled three to two that it violated the state constitution's right to privacy lawmakers say the new law includes technical tweaks meant to appeal to justice John few, who wrote in his previous opinion that legislators didn't show that they did any work to determine if 6 weeks was enough time for a woman to know she was pregnant. The halt means the state reverts to a restriction at around 20 weeks for now. Since that decision justice Kay Hearn retired, making the South Carolina high court the only one in the country without a woman on the bench. I'm Jennifer King
Paul Newman's camp for sick kids rises from the ashes
"A huge creative center at a camp for seriously ill kids founded by the late actor Paul Newman opens today following a 2021 fire. The $4.5 million creative center in Ashford, Connecticut, is 11,000 ft² of February 2021 fire destroyed many of the facilities at the hole in the wall gang camp, but donations helped rebuild it, artist muse shone created a large mosaic centerpiece at the new facility which reads camp is magic. The kids are so present and so excited to be here. And it's sort of like we were we were all sort of just creating this magic world together. Jimmy canton is the camp's chief executive. What was a traumatic, horrible event? Was quickly turned around because of the kindness of strangers and the loyalty of longtime friends. I'm Donna warder
No. 5 Purdue tops Illinois 76-71
"Number 5 perdue saw a 24 point second half lead evaporate, but held on at crunch time for a 76 71 win over Illinois. Brandon Newman had 19 points to lead the 26 and 5 boiler makers and says this type of win is good preparation for tournament games. Obviously it's march, you know, it's a good time of year, beautiful time of year. And it's going to be a lot of close games. It's going to be a lot of back and forth. Pointing at 11 Illinois held Purdue to just 29% shooting in the second half. Matthew Meyer led the align I was 16 points. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
Alex Murdaugh gets life in prison in murder of wife, son
"Alec Murdoch has been sentenced to life without parole for the murder of his wife and son. South Carolina circuit court judge Clifton Newman handed down the highest possible sentence short of the death penalty to Alec Murdoch after a Walter burrough South Carolina jury convicted the former attorney Thursday in the shooting murders of his wife Maggie and his son Paul. A sentence you for term of the rest of your natural life. Asked if he had anything to say, Murdoch maintained his innocence. I would never under any circumstances hurt my son Paul Paul. And it might not have been you. It might have been the monster you become. Prosecutor crate and water says the depravity of the crimes was stunning. Juror Craig Moyer told ABC News, a key piece of evidence was a video on Murdoch's son's phone taken minutes before the killings. Murdoch had insisted for 20 months that he hadn't been at the kennels that night near where the bodies were later found. I continued to lie. The juror said Murdoch was a good liar, but not good enough. I'm Jennifer King
Jury quickly finds Murdaugh guilty of murder of wife, son
"Of South Carolina jury quickly found disgraced attorney Alec Murdoch guilty of murdering his wife and son. I Norman hall, the jury took less than three hours to convict Murdoch to killing his wife, Maggie and St. Paul, about 30 members of the public seated in the courtroom were largely quiet as the verdict was read, the defense asked judge Clifton Newman for a mistrial and to set aside the jury's verdict. The evidence of guilt is overwhelming and I deny the motion. Murdoch, who was 54, faces 30 years to life in prison without parole for each murder charge. I Norman hall
Comedian and 'SVU' actor Richard Belzer has died at 78, friend Laraine Newman announces
"Actor and comedian Richard belzer has died at his home in southern France, according to The Hollywood Reporter, belzer was 78. And marches are a letter with a look at his life. Homicide. Richard belzer played detective John munch on homicide and 9 other series for more than two decades. He never auditioned. Executive producer Barry Levinson heard him on the radio and asked him to read for the part. Belzer was a stand up comedian and was the opening act in the early days of Saturday Night Live, even before that, he was a newspaper reporter, and he told reporters in 1997, that's why his stand up reflected the news. I just always been obsessed with current events. And I always felt that if
"newman" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
"I think there are companies out there that use their purpose, the philanthropic purpose to sell products to sell more products. And then I do think there are organizations that are like ours that sell products for the purpose. And I think that's fundamentally different. But I'm going to say that I believe strongly that there are a lot of organizations that truly believe in the power of business to create positive change. And so I don't want to ding anybody at all because I think that there's a number that are moving in that direction and they're also realizing that the value proposition for hiring and retaining the best talent for actually being relevant to their consumers for the joy and the comfort and the fun in doing good in the world brings to you. So, you know, I'm not I've never been on the for profit side, but I'm, you know, dabble in it in different ways and certainly with Newman's own. So I believe there's a lot of goodness out there and it's transitioning because consumers are demanding it. They're wondering about the social, the environmental, the governance of an organization, they're voting with their pocketbooks. So we're really, we sell products to do good in the world. We don't do good in the world to sell more products. The distinction is very clear to me. And the one that you're not is not in any way a bad model, right? Two use your profits for good. In that way, sort of a company that makes money and gives some portion of it away. But it is the sort of the motivation, the motivations fundamentally different, right? You're you have a philanthropic motive. Whereas, you know, one of the things you have to really unearth with a company, and I see this a lot with folks that are who run nonprofits who interact with the corporate social responsibility group of a company..
"newman" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
"Yeah, well, shifting quite significantly. We used to fund much larger variety and we realized we weren't having the impact that we could and that would be advantageous from an impact standpoint to fund fewer, but be more involved with our full resources. And if you go to our 9 90, you can see everybody that we support. But we, I'm trying to think last year, it was maybe 250 different unique organizations. We also have an employee, if you work for Newman's own, you also are involved in helping to think about who we support. So that's where a number of some of the grants come from to wonderful. That's really, that's really awesome. The 100% thing you actually in our pre interview, I want you to hammer this home for our listeners because even I did not know that there are some brands that talk about giving profits away and indeed they do. But is there any other company that gives away a 100% of profits? Yeah, thanks for asking the question. We are, I can't name any rate at the moment. But we're loosely aware that there are few others that do this. In fact, I was on a call last week with a wonderful organization that is shifting to this model. And I think there's more and more that are looking at this. Usually their family owned and then, you know, the patriarch or matriarch is trying to think about their legacy and doesn't want to just sell the company. And so a little bit like Paul Newman and so we helped to support some organization. I can't talk about who they are, but they're sort of in transition, which is wonderful. That's great. Yeah, what's fascinating is we've done a lot of research with consumers. As you can imagine, really, because our donor is the person that buys salad dressing or popcorn or salsa or pasta sauce or wonderful pizzas. I mean, that's who our donor is. And so we need to understand our donor and the relevance and it's amazing that most regular consumers don't really understand the difference between giving one or two or 3% away and giving a 100% away. And I think there are a lot of companies that do there are a lot of philanthropic companies and companies doing really good work. I mean, there are a number of them. But they don't give a 100% away. Like we do. So again, I really believe we are the original purpose driven brand. And that's the way Paul wanted it. And I think we need to do a better job of really heralding that model and what we do so that we can really differentiate ourselves from the as poll would have said, well, the people that are giving one, two or 3% away. That's a good start. But, you know, try a hundred..
"newman" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
"He had luck on his side in many ways. And, you know, when he stumbled, I'm going to say across the food business. And he realized that he could use his power for good. It was really, he called it shameless exploitation for the common good, which I think is a wonderful term. And he realized that he could use his power for the common good, especially for children. It was really exciting. But he was very savvy. He believed that good food needed to have the best high quality ingredients. It needed to taste really good. It needed to be convenient. And it needed to be something where you could bring the family and you could gather around. And those ideas ideals around quality trumps, everything else, was really important from the food perspective. And he really, that has really stuck with us through time. I want to move on to talking about the foundation and the work. But I also find myself wondering how many people are listening who don't know the story of Paul Newman, right? There's just the generations of people like me like you who, for whom this is quite top of mind, but for younger generations who might not know the story. So I wanted to stick with it just in the hopes that there's somebody listening to saying, wow, I really didn't know that. Yeah, he was radically good. I mean, he really was quite extraordinary. And so many different ways. I wish that I had gotten to know him. Well, it sounds like well, it certainly sounds like you actually did get to know sort of his values and his ideals and are living that living that in your work. So let's talk about 2022 and tell us about the size and impact of the foundation. And a little bit about how it intersects with the food company. I think people would find that interesting. Yeah, so let's see which to go for so let me talk about how we intersect with the food company. So with Newman's own, there are there's the foundation, which as you said in the introduction, we are the ones that think strategically about our impact and how to use the funds that we receive from the sale of food and licensing to have impact. So there's the foundation, which I'll talk about in a second. And then there's the food company. And the food company is run by a wonderful man named Dave best..
Who Is Ed Rensi, Former President and CEO of McDonald's?
"Tell us a little bit about your background Well I started I was in college at Ohio State university I was going to be a school teacher and I got a degree in business education I went to work for McDonald's because I needed a job and I was making about 85 cents an hour And I kept getting raises and working hard and I just woke up one day and I was a presidency on McDonald's to this day I'm so amazed that I was able to do that but it was a company that was led by visionaries Ray Kroc Fred Turner Jerry Newman and great people that really focused on customer service and elevating everybody I mean you know I was a burger flipper making minimum wage and all of a sudden I was successful And it's a wonderful journey and I am so proud of it I actually had lunch today or breakfast with a former employee of mine and now earns 25 McDonald's restaurants Kim just a beautiful man And you know there's so many great stories in McDonald's about entrepreneurs who became successful because it became franchisees Ricky wade over at Fort Lauderdale my goodness He's got 30 some restaurants He's an African American man customers beautiful employees I mean he's just an angel of a businessman's focused on the community Said the McDonald's story is not about the executives It's always about the franchisees and their commitment to community Boy you should still be the CEO over there From what I'm hearing Now Friends Running that company I'm old school Yeah me too
Ron DeSantis Signals Support for 'Don't Say Gay' Bill
"And cut one 24. This is a mom from California, who is suing. The state of California, for in a predatory fashion going after her daughter and encouraging her daughter to change her gender. Play cut one 24. Let these teachers come in and act as if they have nothing wrong. They've done nothing wrong. A mistake? How long of a mistake? How many mistakes are we gonna take before my child? Almost lost her life. They didn't tell me that my clients. You allow these teachers to open their classrooms teaching predatorial information to a young child, a mindful child that doesn't even know how to comprehend it all. What an unbelievably powerful statement by that mother. That's right, these teachers, many of them that are members of the alphabet mafia have become predators. So Ron DeSantis is recognizing this, he's realizing that 6 and 7 year olds are not emotionally mature enough to be able to process what a gay person is, what transgender is, and he wants to remove that topic altogether from the schools. I am fully supportive of this. Anyone who isn't, the fact that you want like 6 and 7 year olds to talk about really, let's just say graphically sexual topics, awfully creepy. Play cut 85 of Ron DeSantis and then we're gonna play Alfred E Newman who responds. Play cut 85. And look, at the end of the day, you know, my goal is to educate kids on the subjects, math, reading science, all the things that are so important. I don't want the schools to kind of be a playground for ideological disputes or to try to inject. So I think it's just let's get parents involved. Let's make sure anything that's discussed is age appropriate, but let's keep the focus on where it needs to be. That's exactly right. Age appropriate. And if a 7 or 8 year old has an inclination to be gay or lesbian, that's where a parent needs to be actively involved. It is not the role of the state to do
Is Cole Hauser Gay?
"I can't tell any female in my life that there was a rumor a long time ago that Cole Hauser is gay and is even a further rumor that his boyfriend was Vin Diesel. I know it's impossible to think of two of those guys with all that much cheese mo being gay. Look, it was a rumor in the same vein, John Travolta, Tom Cruise, Paul Newman, deal with that what you will, but that was the scuttle butt. Emphasis on but,
"newman" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"It's really interesting Howard, like, you know, I thought the poll about this and he shared how his conversation conversations won't ray. And then during our Cedric Maxwell interview, he kind of was like at the end. He's like asking about ray and he wants them to get back together and all this stuff. And you hear Doc talk about what happened and knowing how Kevin feels. And I can say this comfortably confidently and accurately, it wasn't the what it was the how and Kevin has this code. And it's definitely old school, but it's definitely something that I think we all believe in in terms of how we live our lives and our relationships. And when it came to the film, he was like, he's like, I don't want to go there. So he would answer it while we were talking about the super teams and Miami and things like that, but he didn't want to drill down. He didn't want to harp on it. And it goes back to the mission of the film to educate entertain and keep it positive. And yes, Ray Allen, big part of the second half of his career. Obviously, a huge part of that championship team. But as far as the fracture and what happened after the 2012 battle with Miami, you know, we'll see how we structure that with what we build out in the future. But we've got a lot of stuff there to use for sure. Fair enough. Before we go, let me end kind of where this began. You mentioned when you first started filming and it was just or some of those beach scenes and everything else, days before and miles away from the tragic helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and his daughter and the others. I don't think I knew much during the time I covered Kobe for 7 years, Eric knows, I don't think I knew much in real time about Kobe and KG's connection other than the obvious. Kevin Garnett breaks the barrier in 95 the first in 20 years to go straight from high school to the pros that opens the door to Kobe and T Mac and Jermaine O'Neal and a lot of others. And there was always that connection just thematically. They had something in common. I don't think we knew much in real time about what their friendship or bond off the court was. What did you guys pick up on the way there, especially because you're doing this? Obviously in the wake of Kobe's death and again, it's touched on in passing, but before we go, I'm just curious if there's anything else you picked up about what the depth of their relationship was. If I could go first, I think. At the core, there was such respect, but when they were living in it during their careers, I think both of them are the ultimate competitors and alphas and almost like two prize fighters or the way they competed and tried to beat each other. I think there was no room for a friendship at that point. And then it seemed as they got older. It was heading towards the direction where there was obvious appreciation and love and I think it was headed in a direction where Kevin was excited to kind of build that relationship further with Kobe. That was my observation. What were your thoughts? Yeah, I mean, you see them through the archival in the late 90s and you know, that moment at MSG where KG throws up the lob and Kobe just comes swooping in for the two hand dunk and slo-mo. It's one of the most beautiful highlights we've ever seen. And back then they were just kids and they got along. But then came the playoff battles with soda in LA and Kobe had three rings and KG couldn't get out of the first round. And he's using that to just, you know, there's never been anybody better that we've seen and it's inspired my life so much Howard since 2008. Taking whatever he can as fuel and putting it in the fire. So Kobe and shaker winning FD's guys. I've got to go harder at them. I can't be Friends with nobody out here. And then when it came to Lakers Celtics, and obviously, you know, it's public knowledge that, you know, KGs, who he was choosing, he talked about in all the smoke. He talked about the Lakers something that the Celtics, the sons, the warriors. And he, you know, he tried to call Kobe and that summer. And ironically, Kobe ran into power Gasol that summer because of the solar shade that story where that's where he and Kobe ran into each other and then the pal trade happens the following February. So they all kind of landed where they were supposed to, and then went to those battles, but there was so much love so much respect and, you know, Kevin had been spending a lot of off season time in LA for many years, and he was hoping to really increase their FaceTime together and build on that connection and it's an amazing connection to think about, but it's also very sad to think about what it could be now and moving forward. Yeah. Yeah. And that is something that kind of I picked up on that just in that one scene and again, people watch it. It is. It's really moving. A lot of this is. And I just want to say because we hit on some of the more tougher moments, I was smiling for most of this movie. I was watching this for two hours. I was just smiling because it was just so much fun, you know? There are some tough moments, but Kevin Garnett's career is a blast. And Kevin Garnett talking about his career in a way that I think we rarely have seen was a blast. So this was a lot of fun. This interview was a lot of fun. Appreciate you guys coming on spending the time. Congrats on the film. It's Kevin Garnett, anything is possible on showtime on Friday, November 12th and on the app and all the other showtime platforms by the time you're listening to this, it should already be up and available. So go watch it, folks. I don't know what you're waiting for. Hit stop on your damp podcast player. Go watch the film. And it's a blast. I can't wait to see what comes next from you guys, and more with garnet. Eric Newman, Brian Daley, thanks, guys. Really appreciate the time. Thank you. Thanks for the pleasure. Okay, that's it for today's show. My thanks again to Eric Newman and Brian Daly, thanks to our producer, Shelby royston and thank you all as always for listening. Remember, you can hear Chris Madison me every Tuesday on the crossover with all the latest NBA chatter and then on Fridays, it's me and a guest. Don't forget to rate review and subscribe to the crossover wherever you get your podcasts, go subscribe to the Sports Illustrated podcast channel on YouTube and hit me with all your feedback on Twitter at Howard Beck. Hey, Washington, D.C.. We all miss the cheese. It's not cheers. And the touchdowns. The excitement of a last second field goal to get the heart pumping. The football seasons finally here. So now is the time to head to Hollywood casino at charlestown races. 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"newman" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Discerning hearts presents in search of the still point with dr regis martin. An episode fourteen. Dr martin reflects on saint john. Henry cardinal newman pray for us near the end of a very long and productive life life replete with honor and distinction a life which pretty nearly encompass the entire nineteenth century john. Henry cardinal newman was asked about something he wrote now newman had written a great many things. All of them of a very high order both as literature and the haji indeed by all accounts he was among the great and distinguished writers of english prose and poetry besides being celebrated convert and a formative influence in the life of the church. He was no slouch in other words and whatever he wrote was instantly snapped up by everyone. Well almost everyone. It seems this one fellow was simply too busy to keep up and so confessing to the cardinal that he hadn't the time to read his essay on the development of doctrine. Asked him if he would be good enough to provide a quick summary. One or two bullet points as it were to. Which newman replied. Catholicism is a deep matter you cannot take it up in a teacup now. That's neatly put very clever. It reminds me of an episode of sixty minutes. Some years ago in which a famous writer was about to retire and the host having spent the entire show recounting. His many achievements turns to him in the last half minute to ask if he would please. Summarise is life in the final thirty seconds of the show. He refused well. God bless him for that. And newman too. I mean if you can't do justice to a life in thirty seconds. How much time would require for a religion. How many words do you need to sum up the faith and the hope and the love of catholic christianity. I cherish in this connection. Dr johnson's distinction sat down in the preface to his famous dictionary between words which he calls the daughters of earth and things which are the sons of heaven. And if you'll permit johnson's point despite the trace of misogyny i mean why must sons always be superior to daughters. What he's saying is that words will always fall short of the realities to which they point. You cannot fit the infinite god into a finite teacup or as pope saint gregory. The great puts it. Almost everything said of god is unworthy for the very reason that it is capable of being said only god can exhaust the meaning of god which he does in his self revealing word.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell Dies From COVID Complications
"You probably heard Colin Powell died this morning from complications from COVID I was about to go on many of you watch them Monday morning I do a regularly scheduled appearance on Fox and Friends It wasn't canceled It was just obviously was breaking news and given that prioritize obviously for a good reason during breaking news like that people who are familiar with Colin Powell and her Newman worked with him that didn't happen which was the right decision to make But yeah it's been an interesting day also the man you know we just got notification of his death and of course the politics have to come out right away and it's just I'm not going to involve that I'm not doing that Not now You know I refuse to do what these lefties do I'm not going to do it Remember when any prominent conservative dies of COVID it's a celebratory moment for the left who thinks it's hilarious There's nothing hilarious about someone dying from a disease like this You know essentially suffocating to death from inflammation in their lungs Yeah if you think that's hilarious you should probably seek some serious I'm not kidding Mental health professional and consult with him or her to decide what's wrong with you and your rotting carcass of a
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
Blaney Wins at Daytona, Reddick Earns Final Playoff Berth
"Ryan Blaney survived in a bit before her moderate Daytona international speedway to get his third win of the season and brought to the second seed in NASCAR's playoffs beginning next week at Darlington Raceway the happiest girl in the evening was Tyler Reddick who moved up to fifth after the seventeen carve Chris Busher was disqualified Redick's run was good enough to clinch the final spot for the Cup series playoff his first ever chance to compete for the championship Bubba Wallace moved up to second with Ryan Newman taking third Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida
Ashby, Brewers Beat Pirates 6-0 to Split Doubleheader
"Kevin Newman tied a major league record with four doubles while scoring four times as the pirates blasted the brewers fourteen to four in game one no much to run double sparked a six run fifth that included Brian Reynolds two run shot Reynolds had four RBIs his Pittsburgh ended an eight game losing streak rookie Aaron Ashby and three relievers combined on a four hitters to brewers order six nothing when and a split of their doubleheader with the pirates I was awesome you know well I thought it went really well as efficient in the strike zone and is good good to be out there and have like a normal start ready to less blasted a two run Homer to cap a three run fifth they give the brewers a five nothing lead in their fifth win in six games I'm Dave Ferrie
Manning, '21 Class Inducted to Cap HOF Weekend
"The AIDS. The Astros lost the Twins 75, while the is wrapped up a three game sweep Sunday with a 63 victory over the Rangers. Pro Football Hall of Fame inducted two classes over the weekend after last year's ceremony in Canton was canceled because of the pandemic. The class of 2020 was enshrined on Saturday and included former C Ox guard Steve Hutchinson than the Class of 2021 was inducted on Sunday and included quarterback Peyton Manning in my youth in New Orleans and the Newman school. Football carved out a place
An Interview With YouTube's Chief Product Officer, Neal Mohan
"One of them was. Hey let me watch youtube videos at one point. Five speed mitee. Neal said sure. I've heard this request before. I'll look into it. Turns out that was shipped a month ago and neither of us knew about it because youtube is so big and so is this conversation. Okay newman chief. Product officer at youtube near the chief product officer. Youtube well-conceived decoder. Great to be here and you like we have a lot to talk about new monetization system for youtube shorts. That seems very interesting. It's a big program you're a full participant in the creator economy. But i want to start at the beginning of some very simple questions. What does the chief product officer at youtube do all day. Well my responsibilities. Really to help run youtube where i'm responsible for all of our products. Everything that you use as a viewer of youtube all of our creators use. I work very closely with our partners across google in terms of solutions for our advertising partners so all of our products from the map to the kids app to the music app and i'm also responsible for our trust and safety organization so everything that has to do with our content policies what governs the type of content that we allow our platform the content that we take down we call them our community guidelines and so my teams are responsible for that as well as the design of products pow they look and feel how they work critical user journeys. That's really what my team. And i do all day every day. It's unique i think among all the social platforms trust and safety reports to product. Do you wanna dive on that. But just give me since you're like. What kind of meetings are you in. I'm in a lot of meetings. Everything from one online's very large meetings. Maybe i could give you a flavor of can of a couple of sort of
COVID-19 Detection in Masks and Wearables
"Our guest. Today is dr peter godwin. He's from the institute of biologically inspired engineering. Which sounds like a really cool really cool place to work. Yeah welcome to the podcast newman. Thank you yes so this is really cool. Because anyone who's listening to the podcast understands cove in nineteen the pandemic and many of the health implications that we've seen come from it. How important is early detection in solving a pandemic Well devon. I think that most epidemologists have told as it's an essential part of our toolbox for doing with the spread of a pandemic and especially early on in a pandemic and throughout epidemic that still raging the one that we have right now. You really need to understand where the the virus spreading and quickly it spreading so that you can implement a measures to kind of tamp down that spread such as a social measures as well as technical technology measures such as vaccines Things of that sort. So surveillance is key in Trying to prevent the virus from spreading in so currently were doing tests of this kind of surveillance but how is that being done right now and is that really enough shirts so right now there's two main ways of doing testing for individuals. One is the gold standard and that is something called. Pcr so a pr tests or rtp. Cr test basically takes the virus from an individual sample such as you know nasal swab that we've seen People get and what it does. Amplifies up that genomic signature of the virus. So you're actually looking at the viral genome and you're amplifying it up so that you can test it. Unfortunately this again. This is the gold standard but unfortunately required a laboratory. So you need a you need a technician And it it's it. It takes quite some time for that sample to go to the laboratory laboratory to process the samples and then information back out
Roush Fenway Racing Addresses Ryan Newman’s Future
"Driver Ryan Newman with fellow driver Brad Keselowski slated to take his seat at Roush Fenway Racing. It's not clear if Newman will have a ride for next year. I think it's just fair to say that we really respect Ryan and you know, appreciate the relationship with him and want to help him do whatever he wants to do next. He deserves that President Steve Newmark. He says that the team is open to having Newman back on a part time basis next season. The Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony set for Friday. We now
"newman" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Weird to hire young actor who so much better than vin diesel like. This guy's really good dramatic actor. Yeah and what i say to that is re watch the first fast and furious movie. Remember vin diesels background. He was like a fucking new york. Like off off off broadway blackbox theatre act right. Who then became like a weird character. Actor was doing shit like saving private ryan and boiler room where he's like scoring really hard and then had this action star transformation. I think that's what he always wanted to do in his career. But you watch the first fast and furious movie and he's giving a sundance drama performance is arguably maybe a little rod but it fits in the fucking genre that first movie. The car bodas. He's being patrick. Swayze of cars where it's like but his philosophy is family rather than spirit or whatever and then is yes and that is vin. Diesels ultimate superpower as a movie star is. He always knows exactly what movie he's in and he knows the performance to give for that movie. I say by a certainly in his own projects. There's something about him not being afraid of the corny shit that makes him sort of like he never winks at anything. He's doing and it's he takes it so seriously and you're like that's insane but then when you watch fast nine you're like whoa. I'm glad you took it seriously. So i didn't have other. Yes otherwise you're watching your local gifts shit like the hudson trump problem. Where the whole movies winking at you and you're like if you don't care that i don't care and these like put a straight face on this fucking thing and he understands his iconography so well but at this point as you said he's become like this fucking greek god right and he's become like it's become a performance of like fuck and poses rights and like catchphrases and all this shit and i think he was very smarter being like. I need to find an actor. Who's like what. I was twenty five years ago and let that guy. Give the grounded emotionally rooted naturalistic performance. Because people have to remember. That's what dom was right. Like a our first association with dom are meeting with him was in a movie where he had that vibe. And be because this shit's and so absurd in the present tense. We need to w ground that stuff in the past. Now i love combining this with dock with vin. Diesels business acumen. Why wouldn't you put an absolute star. Young dying cares if it steps on you because if that's spins off with young dom which has got to be. Yes a conversation somewhere. Vin diesel gets paid on that in perpetuity. Absolutely you might as well have an absolute fucking banger. This vinnie bennett is the kid's name. I didn't know him before this. You fucking but he's good great like everyone. I know random strangers people are like once more of that guy. This can walk too hot. And he's a good actor. Put them in more movies and venus. Just gonna do fucking victory laps about this. Even if it doesn't become an adventures of young toronto franchise you know vein is gonna feel such pride over the fact. He launched that guy's career yup when that shouldn't be star for the next two decades because he he played an iconic the young version of an iconic character late. We're talking about like. He's getting a play wolverine movie. You're playing young toronto. I think he looks the correct amount like vin. And not like in. I think he makes all the correct choices. In terms of how much he is doing an impersonation how much he's doing his own thing. All of that just feels incredibly incredibly. Well judged. it's fucking. It's so simple but it means so much watching it. You're just like oh thank god. Yeah that's ship. Where i immediately go like right lens back in the driver sees this and that's part of because the comfort of the compass is correct. Yeah and the melodrama of all the young person shit of the young dom ship is like this feels like home and very smash that up against swinging a car like it's a fun morning. Starch happens fifteen minutes into the movie like it's kind of incredible. How quickly they get there. 'cause right it's like this opening then at the house you see dom family life right like he does seem happy content but there is that that weird loneliness there from the fact. That letty later explains like if she's not in the shit she doesn't really feel like she's living right but it's nice to watch their their family unit. It's nice to watch them as parents and all this sort of shit. This has a little bit of a lot from roman but a little bit from everyone sort of like light judging of justification as to be this is why we're still involved in this shit just going to get because the roman thing gets me choked up actually when they get there and i think it's beautiful but the our friends show up in a fucking car right and then just go. Hey we're here here's the gobbledygook or you guys ready to start the plot and its other lynn thing. Where i'm like the exact amount of explanation. I want where they're just like. Here's a mysterious video. Our friend is missing. There's a device it could be the worst weapon in the world. Do you want to go out and stop it or not. And i'm like great. None of this like fuck emission possible rabbit foot shit or the whole movie is playing this game of like what is it right. None of this like over explaining shit right. It's just and no mobile device. It's got two pieces in a code. If you put them together the world ends up that and the other cool thing they do is that. There's no connecting this to other like. Oh well remember what happened at the end of eight. Well because of that blah blah blah. It's like we'll get to it cypher. Ob movie don't worry about it almost identical to the threat in fucking hobbs. And shaw where it's like. Oh there's a virus but there are two parts and then the persons whatever but you're just like get but it's so much less caught up in the cheurfa of everything like understand just like this is truly just a macguffin. Give us the the visual okay. i'd get it. It's an orb. Yeah the to this movie like lives in that video game video game world where it's like get the two components and the code and you've you've won and it's like you found the first component to other component is still to be found. Good luck adventure right now. It's just literally us so we've all seen the trailer. We know that fucking dumps brothers behind this and we know that han still alive right. Those are the emotional stakes. This movie that we're going to be really invested and their life and death stakes but it's like the device is means to an end. We're interested in that. Because jacob toronto's on the other side of that what does that mean for dumb. Let's let's talk about han right now. Because since he just came up..
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Venue present so if there is anything about the industry that you could change as us but with that a coin is said to my friend. The other day often pundit. He's questions has been especially in. England has been very very bakes of revelation in how women are perceived to music and that is an artist phoebe bridges for example and. She's kind of like heterodox because instead of using her feminine they made she's talking about things have happened to specifically a bit. Why does she have the music industry in gem. And i think that's radi hitting homeless people in that accepting that message mole where some of the baker autism now some the bigger female artists some of that management is seems still marketing the looks and things like that and Like sexualizing younger artists. Younger women in in music Is a bit degrading to those women. Nothing is lovely now. We've got so many social movements happening where women are actually speaking out the things that speaking out against all more powerful than i'm saying is if we're gonna market was music of ing. We should do it for the narrative and the fact that is because we can make money because they're attractive is completely outlawing with our wearing where is society now but music still seems to be a place where that is still happening joins us our own. Yeah i do a hundred percent. Yeah i found the grandmas couple I mean right now. For example is she saying this That's that's been a low of things going on with me too and there's a of stuff being on with with film for example and Music have had his moment yet by This corby thousands of stories that we just haven't heard yet on that was it's. It's you know the the hottest the i listen to the feminists. I listened to on him because i love the music and the supports it on. It's not me it's not because image think is a shame that this the law of female artists might be being promoted by in the labels management on their image still and a distinct. We've paul says saudi. She really be about the content and amazing narratives opinions songwriting. I actually more on your page. Anything starting this month the podcasts will be running a regular segment. Podcast segment of women up rock and featuring us that our friendship an indie band center funded by women very important. Nothing to give these days. Women have voice because specially when they're doing something which you know that the heading up an indie band or among band or something. Maybe four years ago you would expect that to be real lau go at the front and he's kind of guy against the grain now on nothing. We have these stereotypes wycombe a wound in a meltdown for example on the be peng colonizing colby aggressive. Nothing is free noisy. Might allow altus as well. I'm really excited about the first one. Is airing this month. I'm very excited. I totally agree with you. Well i totally agree with your sentiments. Yeah the same time you know for. Example artists. Like taylor swift where. She's having to re record her music because other people hold the rights and those people are men. It's monopoly on her music and she's not making the money on that and because it happen when she was a young ago and a sense that there's a lot of change going on this onset. Tell him but often these times have to happen for you to be fully liberating and to have a much more creative space because music is creative on this space to be a very liberal and open minded. This will call as of it. The still kind of cliche stereotypical. And i think he's been calling me. Break away from us. Soon as we become trichet say i really appreciate the time that you spent being on the bike as today Love get getting to know you better. And what's behind your music would instagram. Beat the best channel to follow you on. Well probably It's my hand. Atwill newman musician on. Instagram was on facebook or wherever she will always trying pops and behind the scenes from using was now and already love him from people who've connect to my music. That's kobe my personal and special thing like ours. Yeah making music Out awesome awesome. Thank you thank. You can't shout you and chen ta you and so is nice when you talk to someone and you have a very similar vision. The similar opinions about how things refreshing especially as where on the other side of the problem as well. The sound of the fan cool. You're making me sing. Well we'll have a great easy okay. Well thank y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast. Please share this episode with others and post about it on social media to catch all the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzzer or media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod. Next episode on air india from ipad to yours over the airways subscribe fees. Ask dot com cheers..
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"I find it very relatable. Well could yeah the say. I just want to connect with people through the songs and make something genuine. The jewish people in another definitely do put musically Very relatable is enjoyable. I never thought of the term sexy. But yeah i could put sexy on it because lyrics lyrics that people like hair louder than others. I have two boys and Beckham in your over her yet though is beautiful beautiful for eight in when you have your special person with you and one dog can like candles and i think it's just amazing. I like the way you Where you music is going to just see. I'm excited to not have any richard plans on the rebels in front of me. Because in a low of my life i call nine was on and having a plan you know go plans for releasing six singles Dates and stuff but very much like on the way up roy ablaze track our base dr to limit myself. Are you going to be releasing singles up into the release of allow them. That's my plan. So yeah the next single is gonna come out is on the twenty first of may and that's code if i'm being honest and i guess that song is a kind of a departure from strictly carefree. Songwriting is kind of a bit more expensive. Look at some of the things off for probably the most roar invulnerable songwriting done. Because i kind of explained to some some of my friends my friends that if you will really ready when you're talking about something this happened. T confirm it. It feels like the most naked feeling. Ever because you know you'll you'll know the track with laze of instruments and stuff. The thing that these speaking to someone the main element is always lyrics in songs. So i just have resilience tyler of unite like wanting to be somewhere. I wear your with a particular issue. A knowledge in the you'll still on your way to gain the sounds like amazing release Listening to let go s- quite meeting. While i listen to it. But that's just because he's relatable. And i remember where i was when i was writing those lyrics. If you were to do a playlist of your own songs with that the first one. I felt like i feel like i go in with the cat. Free mccaffrey first and then hit him. The end with depends. If one's i think there's a i think if you feel the same with a low of like me these days especially pop music so must exclusively about like guitar lines and goes and policies. Go down those things. And i just think like. Yeah that's a it's a lovely contract being positive in some of the stuff that really speaks to be. We'll make some like. I needed today. All songs are more reflective. And i just think this song is about and that's what is quoted from being all nice because this song is about how a week i free things and we call this ready. Wage human in a vein to us why we turned away. Just say what we need. We say Just not doing too well. Not just being like wouldn't they be better if we just onus about Especially especially men of of twin sister saying her friends and how they relate and how they talk about things and then say mike golic friends way you really have to. If someone's down and and in mugs birds if a call i remind you can you can have to spend ages to get out with them and they weren't open up about i think in today's day and age we just need to solving college. They talk about everything and appropriate issues. She problem home. so i do. Agree with you on your comments Both men and women need to open up was the honest with you. I have. I have two boys and they are very good like yourself opening up about their feelings so my experience. My experience doesn't agree but All overall i think you're you're right about That men do need a defined that that is what makes sure Popular with your fields. Is that you do open up about viabilities. I think so. Yeah just just saying how is is just how i am. I just think people should don't surround stuff annoyed Stuff but yeah. It's in the a in england this just this really whiz power aso coach especially with men. Were the just if you if you talk about. Your fading expressed is widely perceived as being allowed ready. Feminine is a feminine. That makes you go not just saying like other night guys. It's twenties when he won a families move from these stereotypes and acknowledging acknowledge that everyone has things they you know they do. If it's like the with my sisters on my friends when the down they'll do very well against together and maybe we'll fail. Brady rehash out and talk about it. And i'm with call. You might not see them for months and then like this on my iron to half day. I just seems really city. That was still doing that. On the just gonna just talk to people and some of the people that have already reached out and said thought track was really important to me in i some of them all guys let them told me about things have been going on for them at the time monster amine thus better than anything. He directly dale for me. That's just being up to talk to people and being able to make them be from ripple that's gone Just a to as as many people as a kind of emphasis. I love that apart from the light valve him to have other plans for this year. I or are you going to holding pattern. Because ecofin. And i said that's it when i was a stall twenty nine teen playing on likely and obviously stop stuck to it. We've we've covid. I think only get my album houses away and ready pa- polo behind it. And then as as and when things open up nice stall planning again. The economy see myself has more recording artists. Even though that sounds nation elitism you now just mean. I am in the business of making records and i i enjoy that. And that's where i get my hilma musically whereas uncles as friends Making records but they love being on stage and i love being on stage There's just something about the immigration price as the may is incredibly enjoyable and Doing something six o'clock. And then i look at the clock midnight on the tons just gone find it such a such a great use of time a creative. You need to find the space to evening comfortable. Listen i commend you for that.
"newman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Positive. Is neutral kind of like We think that gang the wedding ring all getting a house like that's the big love gesture on the idea of the song is like now. Is she these smaller things. I guess there's something about recognizing the like things can go ready. Good when you're with someone who has made them maybe just in the back of your mind if you also down to your list. United that like Things on always forever and it's kind of about living in the moment trying to live in the moment more when you always someone you read like makes sense now. Expanded to add cra toll. Living in the present for this is big void to enjoy meditating. And those type of things now. Sometimes i try and bring those philosophies to buy. Songwriting nicey. that is there anything else. You wanna tell us about the track before we hear it. I want to show now. I think Just would be interesting to see how people think about to it and if our think i've done a good job encapsulating nostalgia in the track and i feel like off the Taking my music Listen to a nestle transported away from where they are back into their mind or it makes them think of someone specific. Yeah it made me think of some specific verka to spend. Do you remember these.
"newman" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"He is the one true christ. It was an expectation of this great messiah. The chosen people the jews or israelites or hebrews for these are different names for the same people looked out from age to age. He was to come to set all things right and next to this great question which occupied their minds mainly when was he to come was the question who was to be his mother. It had been told them from the first noth- that he should come from heaven but that he should be born of a woman. At the time of the fall of adam god had said that the seed of the woman should bruise the serpent's head who then was to be that woman thus significantly pointed out to the fallen race of adam at the end of many centuries it was further revealed to the jews that the great messiah or christ the seed of the woman should be born of their race and of one particular tribe of the twelve tribes into which that race was divided from that time. Every woman of that tribe hoped to have the great privilege of herself being the mother of the messiah or christ for its duration since he was so great the mother must be great and good and blessed to hence it was among other reasons that they thought so highly of the marriage state because not knowing the mystery of the miraculous conception of the christ when he was actually to come they thought that the marriage right was the ordinance necessary for his coming hence was if mary had been as other women she would have longed for marriage as opening on her the prospect of bearing the great king. The chain was to humble and too pure for such thoughts. She had been inspired to choose that better. Way of serving. God which had not been made known to the jews the state of virginity. She preferred to be his spouse to being his mother. Accordingly when the angel gabriel announced to her her high destiny shrank from it till she was assured that it would not oblige her to revoke her purpose of a virgin life devoted to her. God thus was it that she became the mother of the christ not in that way which pious women for so many ages had expected him but declining the grace of such maternity she gained it by means of a higher grace and this is the full meaning of saint elizabeth's words when the blessed virgin came to visit her which we use in the hail mary. Blessed are thou among women and blessed is the fruit of the womb and therefore it is that in the devotion called the crown of twelve stars. We give praise to god the holy ghost through whom she was both virgin and mother. Mary is the mater salvatori. He's the mother of the savior here again. We must understand what is meant by calling lord savior saviour in order to understand why it is used to form one of the titles given to mary in her litany the special name by which our lord was known before his coming was as we found that of messiah or christ thus he was known to the jews but when he actually showed himself on earth he was known by three new titles the son of god the son of man and the saviour the first expressive of his divine nature the second of his human the third of his personal office thus the angel who appeared to mary called him the son of god the angel who appeared to joseph called him jesus which means in english savior and so the angels to cold him a savior when they appeared to the shepherds but he himself specially calls himself the son of man. Not angels only call him savior but those two greatest of the apostles saint peter and saint paul in their first preachings. Saint peter's says he is prince and a savior and saint. Paul says a savior jesus and both angels and apostles. Tell us why he is so called because he has rescued us from the power of the evil spirit and from the guilt and misery of our sins thus the angel says to joseph thou shalt call his name jesus for he shall save his people from their sins and saint peter god has exalted him to be prince and savior to give repentance to israel and remission of sins and he says himself the son of man has come to seek and to save that which is lost now. Let us consider how this affects our thoughts of mary to rescue slaves from the power of the enemy implies a conflict our lord because he was a savior was a war year. He could not deliver the captives without a fight nor without personal suffering. Now who are they who especially hate wars a heathen poet answers wars. He says or hated by mothers. Mothers are just those who especially suffer in war. They may glory in the honor gained by their children but still such glorying does not wipe out one particle of the long pain the anxiety the suspense the desolation and the anguish which the mother reversal feels so. It was with mary for thirty years. She was blessed with the continual presence of her son name she had him in subjection but the time came when that war called for him for which he had. Come upon earth certainly. He came not simply to be the son of mary but to be the savior of men and therefore at length. He parted from her. She knew then what it was to be. The mother of a soldier who left her side. She saw him no longer. She tried in vain to get near him. He had for years lived in her embrace. And after that at least in her dwelling but now in his own words the son of man has nowhere to lay his head and then when you had run out she heard of his arrest his mock trial and his passion at last she got near him when and where on the way to calvary and when he had been lifted upon the cross and length she held him again in her arms yes when he was dead crew he rose from the dead but still she did not thereby gain him for he ascended on high and she did not at once. Follow him no. She remained on earth many years in the care. Indeed of his dearest apostle saint john but what was even the holiest of men compared with her own son and him the son of god. Oh holy mary. Mother of our saviour in this meditation. We have now suddenly passed from the joyful mysteries to the sorrowful from gabriel's enunciation to the to the.
"newman" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
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"newman" Discussed on Girl At The Game
"Why don't you want to date an athlete like what's wrong and it's like why you you almost sweat shame women in the industry for dating in the industry, but then we're going to do a long time. Yeah, damned-if-you-do damned-if-you-don't our industry is the most messed-up personal and public views of relationships. Probably more than anybody else when Mike and I started dating he was still working for the Red Sox the first three months of our relationship. He was still with the Red Sox and we were friends for over a year before birth. In a dating the number of trolls on Twitter who were like, you're only dating your boyfriend for press pass your fucking your boyfriend for tickets and might always thought it was the funniest thing because he was like, hey, they have no concept of how the Press Box or like media access Works be. Yep. He was always laughing because he was like the tickets that you get our way nicer than anything. I could ever get you like. I'm sitting next to a Sox Dugout. Do you think that like, you know, mid-level Red Sox employees can just like get those tickets for their you know, Partners girlfriends husbands, like wives whatever like it is. So messed up in this industry the way that people talk the way that you know fans talk about this stuff when it comes out. I mean yesterday like, I don't know if you saw because of the kind of details that came out about Terry Francona, like what he knew what he didn't know all these people were like attacking his son Nick and so Nick finally had to make a statement. He's he's like a good friend of mine now and he was saying that wage No, he's been trying to talk to his dad about this stuff for years and that like his dad just doesn't seem to get it and doesn't seem to like understand that. There's a problem for starters. Like Nick shouldn't have had to explain his phone no options anyway, but at that point when you hear that someone who's been in this industry for such a long time doesn't seem to think it's a problem. You kind of get this sinking feeling in your stomach of like, okay. So how many more people in this industry don't actually see a problem with Mickey Cowboys Behavior or Jared Porters Behavior. I think it was Jared Porter when he was hired by the Mets. They said that not a single one in interviewed him or was asked for their opinion. Correct him when Roberto Osuna was traded for by the Astros in 2018 guys, like Justin Verlander specifically said, they didn't ask me with what I thought because they knew what I would say, I mean, there's so much of this like,.
"newman" Discussed on Girl At The Game
"We are your hosts Gabrielle founder of growth the game and not Francisco of Nelson. Hey guys, and we are joined today by one of my favorite people in the entire Sports industry. I'm very honored to call her a friend. She's a huge inspiration to me and she is just such a talented little beast Melanie Newman broadcaster for the Baltimore Orioles on masn formerly of the Red Sox minor league system. Is literally making history in major league and minor league baseball. She's just the best Mel. I'm so happy that here. I just want you to do all of my intros from now off like talented little beeps and these are all the things she does like great start. You know what you are actually not the first person to tell me that I do a good intro for them. And you know what? I think it's because I genuinely am just always so excited when we ever have a guest on this pod. Not the Alan. I don't have so much fun shooting this shit just the two of us likely we one night wrote an entire Celine Dion song for Mookie Betts in my dining room or Will Go On remix. Yeah, I liked it and saying it at the top of our lungs. So if anybody walked by my house, they probably heard us like singing the theme song to Titanic but about Mookie Betts, but that's another story for very embarrassing day. I'm really happy that we have three girls talking about this today because this is dead. Wednesday March 3rd, but this episodes going to air next week, but the biggest hot-button Topic in sports right now is scoring major league baseball right now is obviously what came out yesterday about Mickey Callaway the new details that have emerged each of us has our own stories to share. But what did it feel like yesterday to hear even more of these really did show details just like as someone who's been in this industry for such a long time. I mean we want to say it's ridiculous and and you know, how dare something like this happen and at the same time the sad reality of it is is it's really hard to find a woman in this industry who's gotten to where she has especially having a baseball background. Not just somebody who joined over from Corporate America, but a lot of us have our stories and some of them aren't as egregious as what Mickey Callaway did but they they're definitely in the dozens and dozens and dozens of just women who have either pack..
"newman" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"And i am very hairless i would only need to pluck my legs and under arms but i use this little eyebrow raiser and just do my underarms in my lower legs which is the only place that has hair. And you've always hang her late like this pretty lucky you are. I and i also have beautiful feet ellison. Wow very beautiful feet. What size are i. Don't wanna i don't wanna get into waikiki territory. But what size are your beautiful feet. They're sevens but they're the toes are equal. There's no deforming of the toes. i. I have gorgeous feet and that is it. That's wonderful. wrote how for you. Because i remember a friend of mine years ago i have really cute feet. You wanna see. And i'm like sure she did. She had very cute feet. So you never think about that. It's great that you can see how cute your feet are West them getting into bed makes me legitimately happy. Yes saying god. Yes my favorite part of the day. I appreciate it so much. And i've gotten my bed to the point where i don't know if you've watched those old time black and white movies where people have quilts. That are all satin. i don't think i have. They're very hard to find. And i finally found it. So i've got sheets. That are really soft pillow cases at a really soft and now i have my satin blanket. And it's just heaven. Where every time i found it a bloomingdale's tako but i just Every single night. I get into bed and i'm just like i've earned this. That's how i feel when i get into bed. I also do sometimes even an audible. And then i think why did i wait so long to get because i have a going to bed. Too late problem recently And i think why. I could just done this if you hours earlier. I was tired. What was i what was worth staying up for. What was worth. It was below deck. But i mean not really worth it when i consider a great field to get into bed and also a lot of mornings. This isn't just mere everyone back. When i had more more normal schedule i would be in the shower. And i would think just x many hours. I can get back into bed. And that was very the thought itself was sort of depressing to me like should i relish my my day on earth. Little more Yes allison and i think you should judge yourself. You're not doing that Thank you. I noticed since the pandemic i'm staying up later than i ever have It gets like. I'm it's next thing i know it's two in the morning and like but i if i go to bed too early all wake up during the night and not be able to go back to sleep. Isn't that an interesting story. It's quite a conundrum what it is. Yeah lorraine newman. It was so delightful having you on the show. Thank you so much as rewind alison. Thank you on march eleventh. Everyone are actually. It's available for preorder. So right now. everyone should go get. May you live in interesting times. You're audible original audiobook. I will put a link to it in the episode note of this show and then also your publicists wanted me to mention something You want me to mention that. In addition to that you can also watch you in conversation with is it allen's wipeout bill so i bow should've stuck with my firm. I my first instinct to know who he is. I was doubting the pronunciation. You'll be in conversation with bell at the ninety second street. Y and that is available to people anywhere anywhere. I can't wait for that. That's going to be great. Yeah that sounds great Tell everyone else they should should look for you in or plug anything..
"newman" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"It's that time of year again. Lent his arrived in some ways. Perhaps it may feel like lent never really ended. It was during lent last year. After all that we saw the onset of covid nineteen lockdowns many aspects of which persist in one way or another nearly everywhere. Thank god my family. And i were able to attend mass receive ashes on ash. Wednesday lent is always a time of penitence. But somehow this year that mandate feels more pronounced even than it did last year in many important respects not necessarily having to do with covid. Nineteen things in the world seem to have gotten worse at least in the united states on the other hand in face of what is at times pretty overwhelming evil. It can become easier to take stock instead of the evil in my own heart to leverage my frustration with the things in the world that i cannot control to instead resolve to repent to be frightened not at developments in the world but as newman puts it in today's reading frightened at ourselves as inland so to is penitence. The focus of the sermon given by newman some years before his conversion to catholicism in it he addresses a topic too often neglected the consequence of sin of single. Sin at that. Even for catholics. It can at times be all too easy simply to go to confession received and to forget that certain consequences. Remain that reparations. Remain to be made. The work of penitence is ongoing and even when we do attend to the consequences of sin above all to the harm that are seen inflicts upon jesus. These consequences can sometimes feel far removed. Considered only in the abstract in this. To newman sermon can be beneficial by looking at the moral consequence of single sin noon considers since consequence in an imminent concrete light able to stir us from complacency indeed. The sermon reads at times almost like an examination of conscience. Hope that this reading can be such for us as we undertake this great penitent task at.