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"pio" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Went under and forty celebration to these village producing one thousand eight hundred. Eighty one maters of these wine. It's a nod that the funding year futures eighteen one They are all numbered. Tulsa we have produced a one thousand eight hundred eighty and a few magnums. The mountains are not for sale. Just for important celebration important events wild. The bottles are d- at the end of the month through june will be released and so just eighty one hundred one thousand eight hundred eighty one dollars for all the world so very special and limited release the last the third and laster news. It's the release of a desirable. Pitches usually doesn't release all winter. Geez we are usually typically releasing the current vintage every year for the one hundred and forty another study. we have decided to do something else. So we have decided to dedicate these biolo- to grand mother. Our grandmother unfortunately passed away new in november twenty twenty so six months ago seven months ago she was the guardian angel of our family private seller who or family private library containing our old winter. She always wear them a little key on her neck place. That was the key of the private family seller so every time we had to bring a special boater a special winter batar for a special dinner a special event. We always had to ask her permission and now that she has gone. Now we have decided to dedicate these batteries to her and to start releasing every year rosie and it is also my second name fidelity zimrights so we have decided to release every year from now a very small limited amount of all the battle starting from reserve a two thousand which is a very important era. Very important vintage for the region and also specially are because it describes a little the weather changing because they've been just after two thousand changed a lot because of the weather change the client. Climate change on. How significant has the climate change a lot because we have warmer warmer Summer but also warmer winters. We have not no more or we have little now. We have less rain so less water and we are doing a harvest all almost one month before then. We used to do in days but sometimes these weather changer is not so negative because it has helped us to produce merola and score with less green tannin's with stringency with more elegance with more balance with more balance between the acid the character and the fruit so in some ways it has helped us to produce more approachable borough and the same time to reduce the aging process overall. You know my grandfather was aging neighbor allah for six years in cask many years ago. But he's still a french oak big farrow's and Nowadays we are aging the barrage for three years because whether it's changed we are employing new clones smaller clones which are producing grapes way. The smaller are producing more approachable wine. So in some ways whether changed helped us a little bit on the other side Probably i dunno maybe in seven eight ten years we would probably have to to to plant a lot with a higher altitude to try to plant with with a cooler climate. Now a days we are not allowed to plant nebula on a higher altitude. But i believe that will have to adjust to the climate change into the weather. Change listen to the italian one podcast. Wherever you get your podcasts. Were on soundcloud apple podcasts himalayas and more. Don't forget to subscribe and rate the show. If you enjoy listening. Please consider donating through italian wine. Podcasts dot com any amount helps cover equipment production and publication costs until next time she she..
"pio" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
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"pio" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Villages of the battle reason a little bit more vigna's we own seventy five actors of venus which is quite the important the quantity of venus cosseting. The fact that our region is very very luton. We started to acquire stockton to acquire venus in ninety seven tubing there with the the state which is one of steel of the two most important eighth of our family called il go in the buddies cotija and then from seventy stabbed by stab when we add the the chance of a quieting at the very reasonable price. A we have a couple of years ago to reach is exactly seventy five access exclusively in their felicien m. I have kind of a question figure in a wine tasting. How would you recognize your would be our other battles. What are what are the signs died you that oh my lot. That's a tricky question. Thank you yes. It's a weekend easily recognize our all of it goes for all the action that we make When we may movie poop when we make it we clearly recognize the knows. This mel The character of our of our moral one of these cases because it is a The kind of movie all by the midwest supported by the structural of negatives coming from the beautifully is all metal. Can tell yes yes yes. I am working fulltime at futures. At a you have to work. Fulltime sees twenty two years so i believe after twenty two years. I believe i will say that. The phone is a hour winds among all the others. Most along the united states and easily we follow winds fifty counters sold around the word by the two most important are. Us anything then. We have a very nice presence in the top in key markets anyways percentage of export versus seventy five eighty more or less percents of experts and so came to that effect Has it affected because of course you know your creamy wine. You're on you are. Of course i understand that i got so. How did that affect the whole situation. The first part of the beginning was arena. Disaster march april assail. Last year was a disaster for everybody by the in particular photo wine. Eighty that the thought that he closes safety its efforts in the last fifty years sailing winds so restaurant closed big panics. Then the people started to buy y su at home and then we Beat the in the second semester of the twenty twenty so we have a suffered a lot. Nico's we niece all our friends around worthy. I'm used to the meath you in some airports all around the world also the tasting and also the new french friendships that we have been able to get the with the with our travels. It's really a disaster. Yeah it's very all at right. When i just came into the winery. My into would just hooky right. I could do it. So what are what are The my last question to you is what has dependent goal last that unfortunately myong-chol infinity dad the longer without due to virus. Nbc's pandemic for me means these vary these very important tragedy that our families faces a few weeks ago by the pandemic Also made the sort of selection on our clients so we understood who is really not only a clients but the firm and the we have been able to really select our france all around the world that faculty to the great name of futures. This is very very important for us. Because i leo fees that my ankle goatman many many as we have no written contract with anybody in the world also without number one clients in the water. We don't have any controversy thin corner what we just shaken up shakour. Ans- is equal to their words. So it's a gentleman agreement that the we thought specs have and the france come in this kind of difficult and we add a manny. Gould demonstration of his to the and. That's why i know. This was the city my last question that i mean. How does that work. Like in china for example this gentleman's agreement. It's not ready. We in china. We have one fourth of since two thousand and four handled with other three two thousand and four paris china and the no contra we had a bullying who they are suffering the last couple of years of course normal matzos still very loyal they only have one but all in produce heavy folio we she wines in china all lincou taurus china resemblance rate. Well listen i really. I can see you. Airports i company will challenge you to a wine tasting. Nice your belleville grazia show chocolate. Listen to the italian one. Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Were unsung cloud apple. Podcasts himalayas and more. Don't forget to subscribe and rake the show. If you enjoy listening please consider donating through italian line. Podcasts dot com any amount helps cover equipment production and publication cops until next time sheen..
"pio" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
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"pio" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Monsignor john of discussing the fourth sunday of easter and the gospel passage concerning the good shepherd and the sundays after easter. Which are so important is called mr gogo. When we begin to experience that we are in union. With jesus christ both those who have been received into the church where they begin to flex their spiritual muscles and begin to see with the eyes. Jesus and here the years teases and a love the heart of cheeses and those who have been in the church are continuing to grow in their union with christ and trinitaria love so that all of these readings are men to teach us after the the resurrection that the apostles in that first history of the church in the reading it. We're they're going over in the accident apostles so that the first reading in our For sunday of easter peter filled with the holy spirit spoke leaders of people elders. If we must answer today for a good deed done to a cripple and explain how he was restored to help that you and all the people of israel must realize that it was done in the name of jesus christ the nazarene whom you crucify and whom god raised from the dead. I'll peter we're gonna be hanging back to the gospels where post resurrection and whatever is happening in the in the period of the public life of the gospels. Peter is in no way this kind of character that jesus is talking to these twelve men one of whom will be triumph and the others will abandon him and peter will deny that niece week men are now transformed into. Jesus christ what these post pentecostal people who have been baptized and received the baptism so that the church now is in operation that the power that jesus had in the gospel the life that jesus lead in the gospel suffering death and resurrection are now being lived by the apostles. Peter is healing in the name. Jesus i do this in the name of jesus whom you crucified. And who rose from the dead. Now this jesus continues to operate through us and with us and these readings are going to show and they post pentecost period through the accident apostles. They're going to raise the dead. That's what she's peters gonna do. That's what jesus did they're gonna crease fearlessly. That's what jesus did. And that's what apostles are going to do and they're going to be killed just like cheese so the church is christ in the world in the first century. Which is the accident apostles. That's what the churches from the moment of baptism. Now you two thousand twelve as you hear this you take inspiration to preach to heal to drive out demons to suffer and to continue preaching in the face of suffering all of us. Readings are men. This jesus is stone rejected by the builders that has become the cornerstone there is no salvation in anyone else for there is no other means in the whole world given to men. I wish we are to be saved. So elite the church. The pope bishops of the church. Which are the apostles. The people of the church deacons even all of these people are going to come forward and are gonna do pronounce and proclaim the life suffering and the death of jesus christ to this period after a resurrection. And these sunday's our men to teach us to fortify us to encourage us to live the life of jesus. The response oriel stone rejected by the builder has become the cornerstone and psalm. One eighteen is prayed there. We go through that response. Oriel psalm in oth thinking of how it was stone rejected now has now become the principal. Cornerstone jess the role. If if we find ourselves rejected in our day and how powerful it is for all of us who apparently seem to be rejected as we live our lives for christ in this day but john again and how powerful it is in his in his letter at first letter of saint john is what is the witnessed that the apostles gave. And what is the witness at. Jesus gives in the face rejection. Love love those who reject you. Pray for those who persecute you measure with which you love will be the sign that you are a son of god. See what love the father. Has you stowed on us in letting us be called children of god yet. That is what we are. The reason the world does not recognize us is that it never recognized son dearly beloved. We are god's children though what we shall become later. He has not yet come to light. We know that when it comes to light we shall be like him for. We shall see him as he is. What is the state of life.
How to Create the Perfect Avatar to Grow Your Business with Julio Chavez
"Let's get right to it. Tell us first of all i. What is an avatar. Not the movie that the movie right is people who do not know what that is. First of all assure. Okay so these way to explain that an avatar is essentially the these sort of customer that you want to sell to in the most basic sense right What i'm going to be talking about today is essentially you creating that and i know there's probably many of you Listeners out there. That are like okay. Yeah i've heard about this. You know or maybe you think you even created one. But i wanna challenge you to revisit it because there are two big problems. I normally see the first being that when it comes to an avatar By the way is that noise too. Bothersome pio okay. I just wanna make sure could be low so the first being that you go to shallow so in other words if you are creating your avatar this person that you're selling to and you go to shallow. You might just be saying. Like i wanna talk to everybody. I wanna serve everybody. I want to help everyone in their different nations. And then you can go to deep where you're giving your nehring down search so much that it's not beneficial and it can just be more time consuming than anything so. Let me give you an analogy here. So we're talking about like Dating as an example right the primary one too shallow is like i wanna marry or date for In this particular circumstance literally anybody anybody who is you know. Eighteen to to to eighty five. I don't care let's go out. That is not beneficial to you. Especially if you're trying to find that one person you'd if that's what you're putting on your dating profile or that's what you're doing when you're walking in the club and you're just like literally anybody who's interested in me in me. Let's go out. It's probably going to work out for might be a bad example to you. Went to there you go right go right ahead yeah And then there's the other side to it where it's like it's too deep where you're like. Okay i'm only interested in guys or girls or whatever you know that are thirty to thirty one. And they only shop on whole foods on thursdays and they only drive yellow maserati. Something like that is so specific. That is actually very problematic. Because then you narrow down your search so much that it's just impossible to find somebody that to to serve in that. In that way right there was some benefit to that because you can now think about income level if they're driving new maserati Can think that. Hey they shop at whole foods so they might have some some of the same common belief systems. That i have so in. In that regard you did get a little bit into the right brown but it was just too specific if that makes sense. Yeah so the idea that you kinda wanna do this. Like goldilocks method. Where it's not too shallow Like you want to okay. There's a there's something going on power washing high windows or something. I don't know. I'm sorry. Everyone i know this is crazy. Police stick with me. It's important to understand that petar. So yes like i said. They both have their pros and cons in their own ways What you wanna do. As i mentioned is do that. Kind of goldilocks method. Where it's not too show not too deep and you want to kinda give yourself just the right Just the right amount of of a filter. I suppose as far as like who you can serve in how you can do that before i go into that. Brian was there something a question you wanted to ask that. I may be able to answer. In case i wasn't very clear or you couldn't hear me because of the incredible amount of noise that's happening decide. Just what people who maybe. Why is this important. Why why why. Can i just go ahead and just put my offer out there to for all to see. Why is it important for them to have this advertised to be so to be so defined in this way. Sure i'll tell you the first hand. It's because if you say i can serve anybody. You're really serving. Nobody like this mind. That might have been okay for you to do. Ten fifteen years ago online when facebook was barely starting out and all that stuff. Because you know you're like one of the only But if you talk about something as simple as like advertising. I think if i remember this correctly it was like twenty sixteen. There was something along the lines of like three point eight million advertisers on facebook. But today in twenty twenty. There's almost nine million advertisers like. It's it's such a large pool and we're all gaining and you know saying. Hey look at me. look at me on. People's news feeds mobile sites. And all that that. If you don't understand who you're speaking to all that money that you're going to be putting towards ads is gonna end up being wasted all that time that you're putting towards organic social media post things like that Are being wasted as well. Because you're just not gonna get the sort of engagement what that's likes or comments or click on your link in order to apply for your service or your program. You're just not going to get that because you're not speaking to this one person you
"pio" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"And if you watch the rest of the episode go over to patreon.com for champagne sharks and subscribe for only $5 a month. You get not only access to this episode and it's entirely but to the whole backlog of Premium episodes, which at this point is over a hundred episodes at this point. So it's a great deal. So without further Ado here is the preview and I hope we see you on the other side at patreon.com for champagne sharks where you can hear the rest. We don't even know the things that we've created and built. I mean, you're not supposed to Black towns existed, you know, you're not supposed birth. Right exactly. Yeah, because if you felt empowered what could you do with that? What could you create? What could become if you knew that your people created multiple times and multiple times will destroy not because we weren't doing our part exact because we're so stupid exactly because we're just that's what they want to they don't tell you the multiple times. We've created our own towns. We traded our own like home like I think about Billy Mason who was a slave who created she had her own business as a she was a nurse and a Anna Midwife while she was asleep when became free. She started doing it as a business and started getting into real estate office. You become a millionaire the equivalent of a millionaire today. This is a lot of money back then a lot and has a memorial as monument to her downtown right now cuz that's where she owned the plot of land right. She was kicking it with the guy named Pio Pico who at the time was the first mayor of LA or the bill the governor of Alta California the first government about the California, so she misses like her home and who by the way people don't know this Pio Pico Pico birth. At the street. Yeah, Pio Pico that man is a pro Mexicana. Look at this picture you black. Wow. Yeah right now is right in your face. Don't even know. This is in L A. I learned all this shit doesn't help. Yeah. Yeah did not learn this life. I didn't know there were a pro Mexicans. Yeah. I didn't either so few years ago. I mean biddy Mason should happen in so much. We don't know about who we are what we created and I'm done I mean, but gee I was I was in the library a few years ago, and I'm just just skimming through some books. I'm just looking and I go to the section of slavery and I find this book V. And this book is literally a box listing all the slave revolts be there were hundreds of revolts from the shores of Africa all the way to over here in America. They were they they were fighting. I mean they were fighting from the wage beginning to the end. They they were they were fighting for their Humanity, you know, and we're not taught that for a reason there were hundreds of remote you learn about all these other battles of America had and you know, all this shit that we don't even take care off. Even yeah, yeah, you know it has no impact on who we are we think yeah..
"pio" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"In examining himself before the father was always examining himself right here in this prayer that I just told you. What what was he saying to God? He was not free. Listen Stay With Me Lord for it is necessary to have you present so that I do not forget gas. You you know how easily I abandon you he could abandon Jesus at any time. Listen, how weak he is Stay With Me Lord for you are my life. And without you I am without fervor. Do you think he had that for years? I didn't the dryness directedness that he tasted and experience was if he was on his own but what radiates through him was Jesus not worth a PO. Listen to him. Stay with me Lord for you are my life. And without you I am without fervor Stay With Me Lord for you. You are my light without you. I am in darkness. I am without fervor. I am in darkness who me stay with me Lord. Show me your will without you. I do my own will who's doing it through him. So if I have made the choice to do my will and Padre Pio saw what is going to To preserve us all from that same fall is prayer. I love the story that I heard about Saint Jerome and Saint Augustine Saint Augustine had been terrible in his in his life. He had a paramour he had illegitimate children. He eventually became a bishop found when you became a bishop. There was a priest whose name. We now know as Saint Jerome and he was also in the Syrian desert and he probably never had an impure thought in his life. He was one of those perfect people and after Augustine insisted that the certain books belonged in the in Canon of the Bible and because he was young he was able to vote and they voted on these these 7 books belonging to Jerome who didn't think he thought they shouldn't be there was Furious and he wrote down. Hold that you use your power cuz you're the big Bishop of hippo and here. I am just a simple priest out here in the Syrian desert. I know what I'm talking about and you just use your power and your political persuasion, but I remember you when when you were messing around and and screwing around and when you had all those children and when you were such a bad character attacking the bishop Augustine Road, very quietly in his response. He just gave all the reasons why he believed these books belong in the Canon and there's just one line can referring to Jerome which was so powerful. I have never forgotten my dear brother. Jerome would tell Jesus which love the grace of God that forgave me is the same Grace that preserved you. De grace of God that father p o had his that same Grace that you could have if he was preserved when he was attacked that same Grace as you age. We're all open to Grace and we are all without it sinners. Padre Pio was saying to you and me. That's what I am when he's telling Jesus. Stay with me. Stay with me. Stay with me in this prayer Home of Peace day. He's saying without you I can do nothing and that's true with all of us. So there are those of us who try to do it on our own and I'm sure Padre Pio in his time. There is no one who is without sin, except Mary and that's a teaching of the church and if there's anyone else who other choice after ship or priest or whoever who would whatever Saint every saint can list that I am a sinner redeemed. I am a sinner Sanctified am I am a sinner saved by Jesus Christ God bless you've been listening to building the kingdom of Love reflections with Monsignor John has to hear and or to download this program or to browse founders of other spiritual formation programs visit Discerning Hearts., This has been a production of discerning Hearts. I'm your host Chris MacGregor. We hope that if this has been awful for you that you will first pray for our mission, and if you feel this worthy consider a charitable donation, which is fully tax-deductible to support our efforts the most of or you pray that you will tell a friend about Discerning Hearts. Com..
"pio" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Death judgement eternity approaches. It is necessary to renew my strength so that I will not stop along the way and for that I need you it is getting late and death approaches. I fear the darkness off the Temptation the dryness the cross the sorrow Oh How I need you my Jesus English night of Exile. Stay with me tonight Jesus in life with all its dangers. I need you. Let me recognize you as your disciples dead at the breaking of the bread so that the Eucharistic communion. Be the light which disperses the darkness the force which sustains me. Do unique Joy Of My Heart. Shane po Great Wraps. Oh Mary conceived without sin pray for us who have recourse today. Or return to building the kingdom of love with Monsignor Genesis in just a moment. This is dr. Anthony Lewis and Chris MacGregor. And we invite you to join us in a once-in-a-lifetime Discerning Hearts trinitarian pilgrimage throughout the holy land. 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We get the higher our profile in the more listeners will discover us listeners who may have the means to contribute in the future, Please consider rating as him writing a positive review today. We now return to building the kingdom of love with Monsignor Jonathan. It really calls us to a complete surrender. Doesn't it? Yes, I think so often. We think the Saints didn't have to go through that grinding Crucible. But if you're if going to be United with Jesus what happened to him will happen to us. And and though we may for a Time be honored and recognized in this world every one of us if I'm United with him. He is in me than the world is going to come against us. And the world if it if doesn't oppress us and reject us, there must be something that I'm compromising with the world. But when I do when I find myself rejected and Abandoned and alone, that's when I can most turn to the father and turned to the holy spirit for the strength wage and be United with him. That's when the Eucharist pains so much and this after the suffering cuz this is the promise that our lord gave us. You cannot be my follower unless you take up your cross and this saint who carried within his body the same wounds of Our Lord. Carried also within his soul the same rejections and abandonment and suffering that our Lord had now he has changed Direction the glory and it will be forever. What a magnificent sign he is to us. Ultimately. It's see here with Padre Pio. Wish he turned Glory a hundred thousand years from now. Is she the holes in his hands the rejection the pain was back in nineteen sixty-eight it ended. God took him to his glory. And now we have Saint Pio and isn't it strange to it? We still want to call him Padre Tim and that little abandoned way out place just like ours became a sinner for John Vianney petrol. Cena has become a center a byword. Here she slipped through st. P l and Jesus will live where you are Wherever You Are. When you were uniting you're suffering your die and you're Rising with him and all over the world today. The church is announcing. The rebuilding of the church to church will be rebuilt through you and with you and in you because you are in him and through him and with him you will be of light also for all eternity. You'll be on a lampstand. Monsignor yes, there are those out there who may have experienced rejection because of the results of their own actions because they there were things that choices that were made that maybe in hindsight. They there's a desire or wish that they hadn't done that or they feel it's unforgivable Padre Pio is still a great example for all of us out there feel were unforgivable Padre Pio.
"pio" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"No Vena to Saint Padre Pio day nine. Same powder repeal you have said. How fortunate we are to be slaves of this great. God, who submitted himself to death or US? Gracious God you generously. Blessed Your Servant Powdery Peo- with gifts of the spirit you marked his body with the five wounds of Christ crucified is a powerful witness to the saving passion and death of your son and as a stirring inspiration to many people of your infinite mercy forgiveness and love in the confessional Padre Pio labored endlessly for the salvation of souls through his. Powerful intercession many who suffered were healed of sickness and disease endowed with the gift of discernment. He could read people's hearts with dignity and intense devotion. He celebrated daily mass inviting countless men and women to a Greater Union Jesus Christ in the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist through the intercession. CPO. We confidently beseech you to grant us the grace we seek in this prayer. Help us to imitate his example of per full holiness and compassion. So that, we too may faithfully follow the ricin ward and one day rejoicing the kingdom where you live ran forever and ever. Ahmed..
"pio" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"No Vena to Saint Padre Pio. Day Six. Same Powdery Peo- you have said. In the most holy sacrament of the Eucharist in the sacrament of love we have true light. A blessed life. And True Sacramento of love. We have true life a blessed life and true happiness. Because in it, we received not only those graces the perfect us, but the very author of those graces. What Saint Tarez has said ought to be said by every soul inflamed with love of Guy Gracious God you Generously Blessed Your Servant Padre Pio with the gifts of the spirit. You marked his body with the five wounds of Christ crucified as powerful witness to the saving passion and death of your son and as a stirring in. Too many people of your infinite mercy forgiveness and love in the confessional Padre Pio Labor endlessly for the salvation of souls through his powerful intercession. Many who suffered were healed of sickness and disease endowed with the gift of discernment. He could read people's hearts with dignity and intense devotion. celebrated daily mass inviting countless men and women to a Greater Union Jesus Christ in the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist through the intercession. CPO. We confidently beseech you to grant us the grace we seek in this prayer. Help us to imitate his example of prayerful holiness and compassion. So that, we too may faithfully follow the risen more and one day rejoice in the kingdom where you live and reign forever and never. Ahmed..
"pio" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Is great for the Padre Pio concert now. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Now I'm going to be having fun singing some Frank Sinatra tune, but you're going to fall in love. With Kira and she and he and handsome Irish guy Oh, he's so talented, you know, is that And Luciano Lemon. Attica is also another opera singer who was just extremely It's going to be actually for 30. And thank you. It is that Immaculate Conception Church for 30, We're goingto have a tribute on pay a tribute to the ST Pio Foundation. Debbie, you are just the best. You are just the best. I'm not will have, you know definitely definitely looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to see you perform a gang. Haven't seen you perform in a while. So I'm like, Get a procedure. Your body weight going down. We're back. Ah, Good morning, Todo. Good morning, guys. Let's see what's happening right now, as we take it out to the New Jersey Turnpike north bound by seven a That's an accident. Over in the car lane 66 is blocked by 18 and Neptune accident, the down traffic signal. We're still seeing some stuff and go traffic this morning at 18. North, bound up by the new hero, See Karen Pike and watch for a minor delay at the George Lincoln, Emma Holland to await ongoing work at the Maple Have overpass over in Fairlawn. Dig in north bound by the stadium. It's a crash Bhagwandas heavy traffic up and out toward the prospect Flushing out a metropolitan have accident at the intersection. They're still working on that, and traffic is moving slowly on the westbound getting out toward the sag, Nikos more volume heavy right in toward Littleneck Parkway and over on the hajj, north of the cross county. It's an accident right.
"pio" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"No VENA to Saint Padre Pio Dave Four. Saint Padre Pio you have said I often think that there is only one thing in this base world which can soothe the most acute pain, which is the. When we see ourselves far from God, the source and constellation of distressed soul. That one thing is solitude. For here, the soul enjoy sweet rest in the one who is true piece I want the heavenly father to grant you the grace of stability and all your resolutions at least of all your resolution to grow in holiness and to be silent and reduced to silence everything around you so that you may hear the Divine Voice of the beloved and establish with him a tranquil and Everlasting Diallo Gracious God. You Generously Blessed Your Servant Padre Pio with the gifts of the spirit you marked his body with the five wounds of Christ crucified as a powerful witness to the. Saving, passion and death of your son and as a stirring inspiration to many people of your infinite mercy forgiveness and love in the confessional Padre Pio. Labor endlessly for the salvation of souls through his powerful intercession many who suffered were healed of sickness and disease endowed with the gift of discernment. He could read people's hearts with dignity and intense devotion. He celebrated daily mass inviting countless men and women to a Greater Union Jesus Christ in the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist through the Intercession Saint Peo-. We confidently beseech you to grant us the grace we seek in this prayer. Help us to imitate his example of prayerful holiness and compassion. So that, we too may faithfully follow the risen more and day rejoice in the kingdom where you live and reign forever and never..
"pio" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"No Vena to Saint Padre Pio. Day One. Scene. Powdery Peo-. You have said. Jesus keeps nothing for himself of what is done for love of him. And he will repay us very lavishly. Don't let us make our happiness depend on enjoying wonderful health or else we should be just like those foolish worldly people to whom it is not given to know the secrets of. Heaven. Continue to love Jesus and make an effort to love him more and more without wanting to know anything else. He alone will steer us to the haven of salvation. Gracious God. Generously blessed your servant pottery appear with the gifts of the spirit. You marked his body with the five wounds of Christ crucified is a powerful witness to the saving passion and death of your son and as a stirring inspiration to many people of your infinite mercy forgiveness and love in the confessional Padre. Pio Labor, endlessly for the salvation of souls through his powerful. Intercession many who suffered were healed of sickness and disease endowed with the gift of discernment. He could wreak people's hearts with dignity and intense devotion. He celebrated daily mass inviting countless men and women to a Greater Union Jesus Christ in the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist to the intercession of Saint Peo-, we confidently beseech you to grant us grace we seek in this prayer. Help us to imitate his example, prayerful holiness and compassion. So that we too may faithfully follow the risen war and one day rejoice in the kingdom where you live and reign forever and ever almond..
"pio" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Give me something else and that something else was undone by that ending, and I say all that to say that that echoed in my head and kind of like shaded the next three episodes I watched the first of which I'll get into here, but I I was left kind of bitter with that ending and it and it. Clogged my mind in watching the other ones. Which is why stop at four? I probably could've kept going. Not sure of my wife would have ordered me to keep going but I probably could've went going, but I stopped there. I needed to take a break. I needed to get some sleep before recorded this and I needed to understand before I just went through the whole season at night. The you know, get some distance from this ending. That was so disappointing to me, so we get into the second episode, which is called Downtime. I much preferred this episode. I thought the look of this episode was great. it just everything was styled really well. You know like the the service. Kids came into the world like just being skateboarder kids. You know like flunky type. Kids was was really cool. And a good metaphor for you know entry level it. PEOPLE MARINA BACK IN. was really great episode I remember her originally from the was. Really underrated show at ABC probably doesn't hold up. You know the remake of the at the time. I really liked it. It's hard for me to believe that put on a good science fiction show. but I liked it at the time, and then of course she ended up in the deadpool movies. It was great net so. I thought she was the star of the show, and and really did a great job. And you know I thought you know the second tier tack you know he was dressed. Everything was really stylized cool. and. Here's a big point for me about downtime. Why it's different than meet in the middle, and you know maybe some other episodes coming up is the run. was something like thirty something minutes? So know if you're gonNA. Give me something that's just sort of making meandering points about society, but not really drilling down and just kind of trying to give me something weird. Thing. Give it to me in thirty something minutes so that it becomes a metaphor. Limit Your time so that you're not talking too much in the episode, so that I can draw my own conclusions and I think that's what this episode did much better. And I think it's something like if you're not going to give me that. You. Not all men heavy-handed stuff, then make it short, because then it it it lets. The viewer used their own creativity and fill in the blanks and. I think that's what downtime did really well. I see here. That episode was written by Jordan Pio which I did not know. I watched them without looking credits or anything like that I actually was wrong in my head. I thought that Jordan didn't write any episodes for the season, but apparently he did, and he wrote my favorite one so far, let's give grades cassettes. What what? We're asked for with these feedbacks. For the for the stats I think. Meet in the middle. Unfortunately because of the weight ended and the lack of messaging in the lack of a point in my opinion. I have to. I have to be the harsh judge here and I out of ten. I have to give meet in the middle. I give it a five. Because I really liked the first two acts, and I thought it was going great until they completely just pull out from under it for downtime, I would give it a strong. But. Reason seven and the reason I'm not GonNa go higher than that is because I think that not only a season two challenged. By living up to rod sterling and living up to the original series I think to some extent when I'm finding for me, is that it's having a hard time at least early on my first impression of living up to season one of its own series. I think that. I will leave it there. Because I have some other more formulated opinions after watching the next two episodes and I'll get into that..
The Battle of Yungay - January 20, 1839
"The Day was January twentieth. Eighteen thirty nine the battle of Yoon Guy. The last battle of the war of the confederation occurred near Guy Peru. The battle resulted in the dissolution of the Peruvian Bolivian. Confederation in eighteen thirty six President Andres they Santa Cruz of Bolivia via united the two states Peru with Bolivia General Ramon Herrera was president and South Peru. Louise Jose Day Order Bego so with President in North North Peru and General Jose. Miguel Dave Alaska was made president of Bolivia. Santa Cruz declared himself protector of the confederation. A lifetime time and hereditary office many Western powers recognized the new Peruvian Bolivia and confederation but she lay which already had strained relations since with Peru. Over the course of cow and evolve. Padre Pio was a wary of the confederation and its potential power existing high tensions between Chile. Ah Peru plus dispute over customs duties in loans plus concerns over military and commercial power led to the war of the Confederation in August of eighteen thirty. Six Chile seized three of the Confederation's ships at CAL. Santa Cruz tried to negotiate with to a rather urban go to war to set up a treaty with several terms one of which was dissolving the confederation. Santa Cruz refused to dissolve the Confederation Racin and to lay declared war December of that year the next year Argentina also declared war the confederation though Chile and Argentina China did not join forces in the fight to was supported by Peruvians who were opposed to Santa Cruz but to lay suffered losses in the beginning. The first expedition from Chile led by Admiral Manuel Blanco and Kaleida was unsuccessful. In Collado was forced to sign a peace treaty and return to Chile but the government rejected. The treaty broke it. It organized a second expedition sending an army to invade Peru though Santa Cruz advance on the two lanes. The ladder gathered Peruvian dissidents to join their cause along the way in early January of eighteen thirty nine. Today's forces in Santa Cruz forces met at the battle between in which both countries have claimed a win later that month the two sides met at guy by a town in north central Peru. After six hours of combat to lead to feed it the confederates at the battle of new guy. On January twentieth eighteen thirty nine. This was the decisive battle of the war. Santa Cruz exiled himself and
WeWork CEO Adam Neumann steps down
"Switching gears here we work Straw reaching fever pitch Theo Adam Newman stepping aside as a company looks to go public. Let's get to Deirdre both in San Francisco for more Deidra amyloid Melissa when I talk to Newman at the start of the year. You know key acknowledged that being a public company. CEO would be hard but he said you need to block out the noise and keep delivering on your long long-term plan but as you said Melissa that noise became a fever pitch that he could no longer ignore so now to we work executives already Minson Sebastian gutting him. They're taking over as co CEOS and Newman becomes non-executive chairman and key this is critical he seeds majority voting control so what is next for the company company does. Newman stepping down actually bring the company any closer to an IPO that is unclear right now the dramatic valuation reductions and the delayed IPO remember about happened before reports of atoms questionable behavior questions still surround the business model signing long term leases and then subleasing them on a shorter term what happens in a downturn downturn. There's also the problem of cash burn without another capital raise. We work cannot grow at the same rate. It has been growing over the last few years and it may need to scale back back. It's revenue growth guys which doubled in two thousand eighteen year over year is what separates it from the wgn is the region of the world without that kind of growth and without its frontman man. Does we work look more like an overvalued real estate play guys we're right back to where we started even without those even with those ingredients many were asking that question and that is unlikely to all go away now that there's a leadership change guys and and Deirdre there was a loan that was contingent upon an IPO so it sounds like that potential source of capital could be off the table at least for now yeah. This is why this was such a tricky balance for Adam Newman. He may need to go back to Masa and Softbank. That has that kind of money. It was a three a billion dollar. IPO raise it was expected and contingent on that was a six billion dollar debt facility so that's nine billion dollars that we work does not have to continue growing going next year all right Deirdre. Thank you Travolta in San Francisco and of course the company for two billion dollars in two thousand eighteen so the rate of cash burn is pretty high here. What do you make the last time we talked about. We worked up because some fascination with the company itself but what it speaks to in terms of what it could mean for the broader market stuff. I mean that we work if the stock is down sixty eighty five percent from its all time high effectively right from the forty billion dollar valuation of current levels I mean that's a pretty significant move. We would talk about this. Publicly traded the company. What does it mean in terms of what central banks have done. Tim and I have talked about this. Just means the central banks of flooded the systems with cash looking for those are really negative consequences winces of this but if you're looking to play stocks you know people will say you know the Nasdaq baby loses to this while the stock was actually on a lousy tape today so I think names in the exchange space still work despite what we just talked about ten. We were talking in the Green Room about why Adam Newman would do this would actually kind of come around and say I'll give up control. I'll do new x while the executive non-executive chairman etc one one explanation could be that he is acting his own self interest in that the value of his share Sharon company will go higher presumably if he removes himself as the problem here pointing to the personal loan that he actually has that could be another thing. We don't enough about it but so it looks like he had a five hundred million dollar personal loan from. I think J. P. Morgan ups and other so as of the filing he had drawn three hundred and eighty million Ryan dollars of that loan. I don't know how much stock he had against the loan right when they took out that loan. Things looked very different. Probably I believe than they do. Yes I think they actually look a little better for him today. I think in this current environment with him as the CEO and all of those sort of noise surrounding him and IPO was not doable and now I think depending on who they get. I think it is potentially doable. If you think about Uber and all the noise around Travis and then they brought in Dr who ended up being a great hire and you know so uber had a difficult difficult I pio but still they gotta done. I think with new management I think they could get and there's all this equity that needs. They want the company to stay afloat right they. They don't so so. I don't know that Newman had a choice. I don't think he did really quickly Softbank too. I mean who of wounds more of this and who owns more buber is a bright light on the biggest investor the smartest investors space top taking on the legendary things throwing so much money at the sector at the industry and and really skewing a whole lot evaluations that now I think in other places we're paying for
The 5x5 Prospecting Method
"Today. I've got another prospecting tip from another SDR for you. This comes from my interview with Josh Sutton in episode forty one of the sales. Success stories podcast at the time, Josh was the top performing SDR at discover org, and he's currently with our I PIO here he is with today's tip. The tier one contacts. When I do is called, call the five by five method words, you spend no more than five minutes, researching a prospect, and no more than five minutes. Dropping an Email or drafting a series of emails that are personalized. And the way I do that is leverage Lincoln weather, what they say on lengthen Twitter, social media, things like that just kind of figuring out. Okay. What is what does this person here about like to be have something that, that we can connect with can I reference in my in my first sentence? Hey, I noticed your Chicago Bears fan. So am I like what do you think? Draft coming up who do you think they're gonna pick? And then it goes into of doing some research. I noticed you lead a team of, of fifty s the ours have you thought about the data that they're using, you know, in their in their day to day? And, and it it's kind of positioning you're starting out at in a personal sense. And then it's the next part is like, okay, let's get down to the reason why reaching out and so the five five I hold myself, very accountable to that, because I know that somebody can spend hours and hours, researching something people to go after they can go down that rabbit hole, and, and then spend another hour trying to write a perfectly well-crafted he now and get inside their own heads. And so I actually I have set the timer on my phone and make sure that I only spent five minutes on each on each step
Uber's self-driving unit valued at $7.25 billion in new investment
"Hoover is nearing an investment deal for their self driving car unit. Yeah. Uber is trying to push. I think a whole bunch of deals through in the next really few weeks or month in order to probably just look a little bit more profitable for what we're talking about today, which is their IP. Oh, this deal would be selling off part of the self driving car unit that they've poured a lot of money into so just trying to raise more money and look a little bit more profitable as they head into Pio season. So that they don't go the way of lift, quite frankly. Yeah. Yeah. The that's that trait that PO will be in early may. And we have no idea what about pricing on that. No. But I mean in terms of market value. You would think that it's going to be somewhere in the five times more than lift range so Martin market cap on lift right now is about sixteen and a half billion dollars. Uber's been doing about five times as much revenue if you look at the last few years, so I would think that they will be no somewhere in that ninety two one hundred billion dollar
Facebook Admits Using Users' Phone Number To Provide Targeted Ads
"This is a big story today. If an advertiser has legitimate info about you, Facebook, let's that advertiser target people who list that info in Facebook. So for example, you've given your phone number to the plumber and the plumber has a list of phone numbers of his clients and goes to Facebook and says, hey, I want to advertise a twenty percent coupon to everybody who has this phone number so far, so good. But Facebook only knows your phone number. By your admission, if it's in your profile, but which some people do that, not everybody does, but so people do that. However, Facebook also will use info. You provided for security reasons and info that other people have about you in their context that maybe you never gave Facebook and the first case you're giving info for a single and important purpose security, and it's being targeted to you to advertise to you. In the other case, you gave it to a friend and you don't have any control over it being used to target you. And in fact, Facebook claims, it would be illegal to give you control because that's information in somebody else's profile Garrett Hari van KC Pio Theresa Pieczynski and Alan misled of Northeastern University along with the lane, Lou Kerry Anne of Princeton University tested this thoroughly and report their findings in a paper published in the proceedings on private e enhancing technologies. So this isn't a BuzzFeed report has a source who says. This, we tried it out rigorously using controlled circumstances where we only knew this phone number would show up if it was causing one of these things to happen, a Facebook spokesperson said, yeah, we use the information. People provide to offer a more personalized experience, including showing more relevant ads and users can.
"pio" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And she proceeded to tell me and they sent over some pictures and i wrote a story six months later i'm at the police department and i'm in the pio's office public information officers on this and a woman walks by says you major garrett and i said yes ma'am she said i'm so and so and she says the last the boys last name which i don't remember if a six months later she said i'm the mother of the boy you wrote about and i didn't know what she was going to do next i literally did not know what she was going to do next as well let you know as the only thing that's ever happened about that that gave me any peace let so nice yeah we sent that story all across the country tall of our friends and family thank you for taking note of the seven year old life my boy lived and letting our community who he was and what he dreamed be yeah i've never forgotten that may sound to some people sappy and modeling i've never forgotten that story yeah never forgotten that story because when we do our job right we can do it well these things are possible yeah you can take very difficult situation and treat well the such all reality you know what i realized late in life is at you know stories are what it's all about we're and being able to tell stories faithfully sensitively an accurately and get everything right and make sure you don't take any shortcuts and and just treat that as it's about your life now what would you want to seriousness speed treated about your life story and i've tried never to forget that.
"pio" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"It's telekinesis also in their ability to move objects specifically at a table without physically touching them magicians and skeptics in the crowd i am sure that you know the numerous ways in which people can create things that appear to be that affect on not saying that massaro is purpose again i'm this was purposely misleading people but i'm saying between between physical manipulation and between credulous observers it's very possible for somebody to mistake something kind of monday for something like telekinesis i think the next two are really interesting because they are attributes often ascribed in catholic doctrine to saints and religious figures so we've got something called by location and what that is supposed phenomenon of an individual being able to be too physical locations at the same time you this isn't exactly the same thing but it's kind of like in the catholic eucharist the concept of station where supposedly the bread and the wine that you take of actually transforms physically into the flesh and blood of jesus christ but more specifically a really interesting example of this is from a man by the name of padre pio who lived from eighteen eighty seven to nineteen sixty eight was an italian friar cup hussein priests he suffered from stigmata wounds and he was ultimately made a saint and was said to possess the power of bilo cation tell us quick story as a seminary student he claims to have teleported during prayer to the home of a wealthy couple where he witnessed a woman giving birth to a child a daughter all the while her husband lay dying he claims the virgin mary appeared to him told him she was entrusting this newborn child to him and that he should take.
"pio" Discussed on The World Transformed
"A really oh that's interesting that is my guest if he's really gonna get into a marketing established uh appliances and things of that nature who is the cruelly planetary big name in old stuff right right a yo and if anybody thinks big it's jeff bezos there you go well i'll tell you why the companies that he would either have to partner with or that he would end up competing with ultimately i think in in this this space of this kind of open marketplace's sap right because they've got the arab network now now if you guys are familiar with this but the idea is a you know you sell back off a software long enough and suddenly stirred what does this was all hooked up and everybody was alva ct up to everybody so basically everyone who joins the arab a network is in a position to write pio's to send invoices to do collections to right it's like everybody else in the network right um all of the annoying back and paperwork stuff that you normally have to create and put in place one off each time you establish a relationship with another business it's all done right so every every business is of course a lot of the businesses that are in there are existing sap customers but they they acquired or arabai and a lot of companies had signed on for this because i said well this is just this is a much better way of doing this right you you you sign into this network one time and then you're able to connect with you know you're able to connect with everybody and do um you know accounts receivable and accounts payable in just you know that whole that whole thing is kind of like it's it's covered or you're a um.