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"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Unholy
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"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Unholy
"Hello i'm you need. Eat leviev channel twelve in tel aviv. I'm jonathan freedland off the guardian in london and we are unholy to jews on the news from ketchup. Podcasts shut jonathan. Happy new year to you. You'll need was frustration. A good break view. I i didn't really know what you do. Russia in israel here. It's all synagogue and apple and on in lunch with relatives so either you on the beach on the beach. We do the same family gatherings synagogues. You know we're the same tribe of people. I think there is a major difference though that we will Get to in a minute because you were. I can tell her Listers you're mocking my present buying tradition horrified. You say picture and it looked like a sort of english household on december. The twenty fourth ranged a series of boxes. There was tree. I'll give you that. There wasn't a sorta tinsel tree but presence on russia that is heresy and blasphemy. And so i disagree. I'm gonna disagree. We give presents we. I mean israelis. Now we jews obviously give out presents on shanna and on. We have family gatherings by the way every workplace in israel gives out the gift card slash bottle of wine on russia. Not and pessoa. These are the occasions. When do i mean when do you think juice give out gifts. Jonathan guys hanukkah gelt. You get a little bit of money from your for homolka. No nice and we do because of obviously are assimilationist to choosing me of blasphemy. By giving because i gave rush out your christmas and you said come on just about so. You give out like a lot of presence on hamas program. Christmas is properly gift-giving. There is proper gift-giving. Okay definitely not rushing to definitely not better but i can't help feel Economically that means at least three times a year once you rolling in birthdays the levy children off getting gifted. That is an ad. Add motherly gift guilt. That add some gifts along the way in different other occasions. Like bishop or anything. I'm making this up. As i go along but seriously and now i just i need to do..
Why Does the Year Start on January 1?
"Every year. The earth orbits around the sun and we celebrate each revolution on new year's day. But what's so special about this particular spot in our orbit. Why do we use january first as the start of our year as opposed to some other day as we go back in history. Most human civilizations did not use a solar calendar they used. Lunar calendar's in fact if you look at the traditional calendars for countries such as china vietnam or for religion such as judaism and islam. They have lunar calendars and their new year's day changes it state every year. Our current calendar can be traced back to ancient rome. The very early romans way back at the founding of the city used to have ten months and that ten months system is still reflected in many of the names of our months today. Their first month was marcus named after the god mars which we call march after march came the months of april ass- maya's and junius the months after this. We're just named after their number until he has sex tellus september october november and december so yeah december are twelve months really means the ten months in latin likewise with november october and september however. Ten months didn't really fit nicely into a year. They had two full months worth of leftover dates. That didn't really fit into any month to rectify this around the year. Seven hundred pc. The roman king numa added two more months to the counter. I annual areas named after the roman god janus and february's which was now the last and shortest month of the year for romans. The beginning of each month was called the callan's so the start of the year was the callans of march or mark. I then at some point and no one is quite sure. When the year began being counted on the calendar of i warious january went from being the eleventh month to being the first month. This might have had something to do with the start of terms for consoles. Romans named their years after the two consuls and power instead of numbering them so for example the year fifty nine bc. Julius caesar wisconsin with kelp. Biblis it was known as the year of caesar bibi however was weak so there was a running joke that it was the year of julius. Caesar it might also had something to do with the fact that january i was the callans closest to the winter solstice. Caesar is actually really important to this story. While the names of the months were very similar to the months we have today. The keller itself was still a mess. Caesar instituted changes to fix this problem. Anti adopted the suggestions of a greek astronomer named side of alexandria suggested going to a tropical year more on that in a bit and created the three hundred sixty five day year with a leap year every fourth year. So that's pretty much. The story right. The roman set january is the first day of the year julius. Caesar sets the julian calender. And we get to where we are today. Nope because in the middle ages the system fell apart completely at the five sixty seven council of tours and there were a whole bunch of different councils of tours so you have to specify. The church declared that january. I was not to be celebrated as the new year as it was a pagan tradition. What replace january first. Well nothing there were. A whole bunch of different days celebrated oliver europe for centuries. Some places used christmas. Which was the winter solstice on. The julian calendar some use the floating date of easter someone back to the old roman march first. And some if you remember back to the episode on why. Christmas is on december twenty fifth us. The important date of march twenty-fifth start of the new year eventually. For a whole host of reasons pope gregory the thirteenth the problems with the julian calender and use the opportunity to standardize the new year back to being january first for good measure. They also made january first holiday which it still is. Today originally january. I was the feast of the circumcision of jesus. But now it's just called the solemnity of mary. Of course not. Everyone was on board with the new calendar. Catholic countries were quick to adopt it but protestant and orthodox countries were not in particular. One country was very late to adopt january first as the beginning of the new year. That country was england. England celebrated their new year on march twenty fifth. In fact their colonies in the americas. Did this as well up until seventeen. Fifty two in seventeen. Fifty england passed what was known as the calendar new style. Act also known as chesterfield's act which is when they adopted the gregorian calendar. The very first thing mentioned in the act was the problem with using march twenty fifth as the new year when everyone else in europe used january first including scotland so when england finally adopted january first as the start of the new year. So did the american colonies for the first time today. Most countries now use the gregorian calendar even if it's only for business purposes to stay instinct with the rest of the world new year celebration such as ted in vietnam chinese new year or rosh hashanah are still traditional festivities held on different days all over the world. The fact remains that there's nothing astronomically significant about january first even though it celebrating an astronomical event aka revolution around the sun so if we were starting new calendar from scratch. What would we pick before. I mentioned that sausage unease of alexandria suggested we celebrate a tropical year and pick that word carefully as opposed to a solar year because there are two types of solar years and they're very similar a tropical year is the time from one season to the next based on win the solstices occur. The current years based on the gregorian calendar are tropical years. However there's also a thing known as ideal year which is when we measure the position of earth based on the location of stars the difference between a ideal year and a tropical year is very small. He said you real year is only twenty minutes longer. This can add up. However the difference between the julian calendar and the gregorian calendar is only eleven minutes per year and that caused a lot of problems over the centuries this has to do with the procession of the orbit that is constantly changing their to logical places to define a new year based on astronomic principles. The i would be one of the solstices. This is something that humans have pictured for thousands of years and have recognized its importance. The winter solstice also is in too far away from january. First the solstice really has more to do with the tilt of the earth however and not the orbit of earth there is something significant about the orbited the earth. That is a point. We could use and oddly enough. It's really close to january. First even though the ancients had no clue the orbit of the earth around the sun is close to circular but it isn't perfectly circular it's a slight ellipse hence there is a point where the earth is closest to the sun. And it's called the para helium perihelion in the year. Twenty twenty one takes place on january second the date of para helium drifts. Over time in the year twelve forty-six para helium actually took place on the same date as the salsas in the year. Six thousand four hundred and thirty it will take place. On the spring equinox so january first is the start of our year which marks astronomical event even though the data itself has no astronomical significance set by the romans abandoned by the church only to be later adopted once again by the church so as the romans did celebrate the callans of january which honors janice the roman god with two faces one which looks into the past at the old year and one which looks into the future at the new
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Two Christians and a Jew
"Yeah, I guess maybe Christians know what Tabernacles to me the mystery to me, but it's totally different word. By the way. I Know I Know It Off Yeah, the the Feast of nuts the piece of Tabernacles of temporary dwelling place is very very much the end of some feels like the culmination ended up. Yeah. Yeah, we just begin here like our beginning of the year our new year was before we quite end at the so you really there's a very strong feeling of sort of like being in a between time. We we are really strong here. And we also are are still in the process of ending the preview. So is there a sense in which Rosh Hashanah is a time of preparation for what comes out 15 days. I I wouldn't say that it's I don't feel a sense of preparation and but but to see this as a as a unified. Is I think important and the truth is if we were to to look at it more in wider perspective Yom Kippur is actually which is 10 days after Rosh Hashanah actually relate strongly back to Chivas. Of a tunnels, which is we're looking at a at a park in time which has of 120 days. I think the really cool thing. I've learned a lot. Just thought I mean, yeah, it's a lot but I mean, you know Christians coming at this like our eyes glaze over in Leviticus, you know going back to what I said earlier like we don't get home and you know, we started down this path of like, okay. Well what just happened what was this holiday that happened? Oh, there's many different New Year's but they each have different characters and I love that because Christians have this idea of their different characters of God and it's kind of one way that you'll sometimes hear us try to Trinity, but that's a completely separate thing. But the idea that these New Year Day New Jersey's head heads of the year like they had characteristics and it's really neat here that this one as opposed to the other one is definitely more spiritual and you're not doing its job. Because it think that showed up on the calendar. It's not this isn't a January 1st. It says this is a command like we were never commanded to throw parties and shoot off fireworks on January 1st. That was just someone that had lots of explosives in too much alcohol. So not a good combination by the way, right not a good combination, but that doesn't mean we're not going to do it cuz we're gonna suck. This is a part of your spiritual cycle that you have a cycle of that takes you through the year and you have mentioned that we do have this idea of judgement in yours apparently isn't long hours at all. Cuz our sounds like a big Downer and yours sounds like well, no. No, this is May admit you're told to do this and it's just a natural flow and natural in the fact that well. This is how you do your spiritual life. And that's something that's helping me kind of think about them or am I doing that in my spiritual? Am I you know, am I thinking about Judge and my thoughts And also by the way mad props, he's affect got judgment being used Nuance. The Judgment isn't just about Sin which was the first thing that came to mind when I heard that judgment. It's not just about since also offer that judgment in terms of way, you know comparing things on balance the scale and this you know how this is leading out..
RIP Ruth Bader Ginsberg - A life lived for her community
"I was born. Under, very bright's stone. Solemnly. Swear that I will support and defend. The constitution of the United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday. She was eighty seven the second woman ever appointed to the Supreme Court she was known for her fiery dissents often in cases involving civil rights or equal protections. GINSBURG was appointed to the court in Nineteen. Ninety three and was well known for Championing Gender Equality Abortion rights, affirmative action, and other progressive causes in our final years. Thanks to those dissents and well everything about her she earned the nickname, the notorious RPG and to put. An other worldly stamp on it sundown Friday marked the start of Russia Shana. One of the Jewish High Holy Days according to Jewish tradition a person who dies on Rosh Hashanah is a sad dijk, a person of great righteousness NPR reporter Nina Totenberg explained the tradition on twitter writing a Jewish teaching says those who died just before the Jewish new year are the ones God has held back until the last moment because they were needed most and where the most righteous if you wanted to be a true professional. You will do something outside yourself. Something to make life. A. Little better. So people less fortunate. than. You. A meaningful life. Is. One lives not test for oneself but for once community just days before her death Ginsburg said to her granddaughter. My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Cheap Heat
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"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"It. Okay thought it. I. Find It. Confusing I. Find Myself. Thinking wages is Roman about to knock him out. Wait like they're making us wait to find out at Roman. Really is the bad guy now will be disappointed if he doesn't do it it was all a ruse and he beats Paul Heyman after month then yes, I'll be disappointed if it clashed. But if it clash of champions, he finally like they have a respectful match, they ever respectful wrestling match they shake hands before it's not some sort of like real disgusting. It's just a wrestling match Roman spear sin he wins afterwards Jay. GOES TO HUG him. Roman DABS him up and hugs him again and on the way out of the Ring Roman destroys him and beats him after the match all over the Thunderdome with Paul their cheering among. Niche I think I, think they've done the right work to set up for that to be meaningful. Okay. Okay. Now here, here's my here's what else add onto that. If they. Are Using this feud, which I hope that they are to put him over as a monster heel. Then I'm okay with the whole thing. But Paul Heyman needs to be a little bit more talkie. He needs the same more and Roman say less like I need to see Paul's impact on the relationship more than i. i WanNa see that. I WANNA see that too. Otherwise, it's not old. He'll. That's we wanted because we want to fully embrace what this moment is naturally I I do not want by survivor series and by the way we're going to blanket it's going to be survivor series. Yeah. Oh. Yeah. I I. Don't want to get survivor series and Roman is just being Roman again I be a disaster it he if this does not go through mania I will be very disciplined it will I want this room for the next six months I love it. I look forward to Roman segments now how about that he? He looks at me. He's in released. He looks great and with the character, the way is. Him Ending smackdown beals, right he feels like the biggest star on smackdown. Yes. They they have succeeded in doing that and again I I have. I don't WanNa say I'm not intrigued. That's a mistake I kinda I'll switch my my stance on that but I will say that if they are planning on on reversing this, it's it's going to I'm going to go crazy. They. Believe Paul Heyman's impact more than we've seen so far. We clearly don't want Paul to overshadow him. That's what's going on here creatively. Yeah, you're probably right. You're probably right anyway. I am not intrigued by drew Randy Keith. Who Care Enough is enough who cares about this already how many more promos and backstage could there be It's nonsense. There's nothing going on. I wasn't that into drew in Randy. And then when Randy moved onto Keith. I actually was like Oh this could work a story, randy and Keith. This can get Keith over having a meaningful story with Randy Orton. And then they dragged drew back into it. So it's the three of them, which is like why are drew, Randy? Keith thing it's so random as far as an ace storyline it the three of them don't match up like it. It doesn't that title picture to me is is a bore of epic proportions. I'm I'm bored to tears I fast forward through the drew the drew McIntyre. From the beginning of RAW, how many times? What is he saying? He's not saying anything you use getting up there and saying reading things to Randy Orange and keithly who cares what is it give me one? By the way why didn't they just have randy take the title after a month ago and then Keith, Joe's up challenges Randy Orton for the title I think that that would have been more interesting. One hundred percent is simple as that I don't having drew may having drew as the title holder is I gotta be bringing ratings down at this point who cares about him as as he's He's got a great look, but he has no gimmick use no pizzazz you possess I don't know I'll tell you right now I'm GonNa go away you're not gonna you you're going to be a little surprised with. I'M GONNA go in for my personal, bias. And say that I think the most major thing they could have done with that title. Does is with the business. With MVP. It's with Bobby Lashley and and MVP talking for Bobby Lashley that would and hurt business collecting two titles on that show that to me is so much more interesting than where we are and I just think I think Bobby Lashley beating. McIntyre with MVP's help is a little more credible right now and I think. To me, it makes the title part of a relevant story line. It's like now with an on drew, its titles almost removed from the relevant parts of this show. Exactly because. That's a very good way of putting it. It just feels like. The title should be the most meaningful part of the show and with him having the title even though we don't I don't dislike drew McIntyre. As a wrestler. It just doesn't make it. He he's doesn't make the tight. He doesn't lift the title up in any way. He needs to be in a really interesting conflicting story. For it's a matter and he's just not they have. They have given him a story. Since he had the upper. None. Yeah. He doesn't really have very much. He's only gimmick right now is that he's Greg on. That's basically they're going completely classic baby with drew McIntyre, all you're getting and he's giant. I've never been into the giant classic baby face. Like okay. You give me a really great guy who's also five ten and asked to overcome. Their, but he's just a great guy who six foot eight or never drew is. It it doesn't. It's not enough, and by the way he looks great..
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Regular. So I'm trying to think if there's any outside stories this week that I need to mention from the news I don't think there's a lot of news this week this outside story. You know what this is. This is the appropriate news and talk about dipper Stein last night randomly out of the blue. Jut Ruth Bader GINSBURG has died. The chat is is is sad. People the jeweled orders obviously disturbed about losing one of the Great Americans of all pod. And everyone is cried as she. Is Real as a lawyer particularly floored by the loss of of our BG. And dipper steam out of the blue the clear. Blue Sky. Just as have you guys ever seen vis. And sends us a picture that I'M GONNA post on my social media deputy should put on your system point. Sure. A picture of a I'm guessing what five year old no I am Eight about eight. Boy that makes sense that eight-year-old different in looks like a five-year-old normal. Standing. Perfect crotch level. With. Alwin. Heart. I it is the highest level photo I. I. Maybe I've ever seen. Yeah. It's gorgeous. And I see it again. Can you hold it up Owen. Owen by the way looks great. Yeah. He's wearing a backwards hat the t shirt look at what's on the t shirt. It's a t shirt that says physical connection fitness center. With its logo, I don't know where that was but I will tell you the story behind this picture which I may told all like to say it again, we're talking to her on the Pod I may have told this on the the story on the pod before. but I was at a house show. In nineteen ninety four. So that would have made me seven. Okay. So this is ninety five outside. So I was seven or eight by the way by the way the moment of Owens career. Yeah Yeah. Oh Yeah. This was. On this prime bret and Owen time. Yeah. That's when this was for sure it might have been a little bit after that. but you know I was at a house show. And a friend of ours my my friend. Sean Casper his mother. Worked for fashion bug and she she got quick quick aside quick. Aside at this time, we didn't know what a house show was. It was called just going to the wrestling exact. You gotta go to the wrestling I didn't know if it was televised or not. I didn't know I didn't care would dumb but I never missed a house show at that time in my life and we I went with my friends and we sat We sat up in one of the skyboxes and my my parents were there and everything and. I didn't. We didn't know what skyboxes we were in. We were just up there at the spectrum and we went. Shoe Lot, we were able to get this box from my friend's mom and we we went up there and and you know we're watching whatever. and. My mother was I see my mother whisper to my father I remember this vividly. was there in the boxers it was empty was dark. No, it wasn't like in those days like the spectrum didn't have like boxes like that. There might have been a little kitchen net, but that was it there was. Some seats. Got A yeah and. My mother was running for another I and I, and I see my father like home. Oh my God and my mother. Says Brian Look to your left. And sitting next to us in the box when you're in the box no. In Arab like I don't know there is at that time there was no separation between the seats at the spectrum, but that's what I'm saying. So but the seats boxes, sometimes they connect to the seats in the box next to you the right negatively Jenner. Yeah, right. But they're not that you're not in the same section, but you can lean right over, but we share the same kitchenette. Saturday's within. Okay. So, I looked to my left and sitting like four seats away. Is Razor. one-two-three kid. And A Owen. A London blaze. And like a couple of others. And I literally just burst into Hysterical crying I I I couldn't even I, what my heart was how out of my chest to the point of like heart attack level I was hyperventilating and I was by the way did did this Same thing almost verbatim that dip did the first time I brought it backstage wwe's. True and true. So, this was Ted. This was Ted what he's up at bat or No this is a different level so I'm sitting. I'm you know I'm I'm seventy eight years old and I had I think about it. Now I remember this whole scenario. So vividly in my mind in this picture, you can see 'em wearing the razor necklace with the Gold Razor Blade on it. At this point I am such a razor fan my whole life revolved around imitating race. This was at the point where he was still doing the promos or whatever like formation of the collect like you know I didn't know that back then but. It was such an ordeal. For me to see razor and my mother. Walks up to these people. Walks up to razor and I need some math quick. How old is your mom at this time? Minor only seven my mom at this time was. Probably My My Mom was my age. My mom was thirty four. Oh. Yes. So she's she's in Prague time thirty, four, thirty, five, oh. Yes. She's beautiful woman she's still list and And she walks up to razor in diesel and everybody and goes guys. If you can look over there, my son is having a heart attack. You Mulji said yes. Yes something like that. You must. You must please let my son meet you and take pictures of you. And they were they looked over May and they saw what was going on and they. So Nice beyond belief they saw I had at the time I had the calendar of the year and whatever I had. You know they all took pictures with me I all the pictures they're all somewhere. And they all took pictures with one by one razor diesel. I have the picture with the lender ablaze somewhere this was the Owen pick and it was just they were amazing. It was this was like my prime prime wrestling days of walk. A young fan and I I it was one of the greatest moments in my life. It was the greatest Merck at that point at that time. And it still and I would say it's still got to be tough. Five top is on there and they all like down into the kitchenette and took pictures of me I. Remember this the blaze pick pick was right in the crowd. She just took the picture in the around the crowd and everyone snaring and everything it was like a whole thing. 'cause you guys are above you guys were kind of above the regular seats, right? Yeah. Yeah not so so everybody else didn't have access to them. You guys did because you were right next to them. Yeah. Yeah. and. Man. That was unbelievable. Did did any of them try to have sex with your mother?.
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"rosh hashanah" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"Have to remember us. He doesn't have to pay US any mind, but he chooses to because he loves us that's the one thing about Russia Shawna, that always stuns me. Is that you'd think by saying to God. Remember me you're you're kind of hinting at the idea that he forgot you but the. The idea of Russia is not that God forgets but it's the idea that you are reminded of God's sovereignty that the one who is the author and professor of our faith. The one who created everything put everything in order is also the one who cares about the little details of your life as well, and he wants to know you that's the amazing part to think about. So I think Rosh Hashanah forces like you said, forces us into this posture of recognizing who got is who we are and simply crying out. Thank you lord for your graciousness and your mercy toward us in your son Jesus Christ. Israel on the verge of becoming a state, a teenaged Holocaust survivor arrives owner shores alone his name, his fee calendar. Little did he know his search for a new life in the holy. Land would lead him to the Messiah. Fee enthusiastic to share his faith engaged others in spiritual conversations, many of which can be found in our magazine. Israel. Mike Glory. Whilst fee is now in the presence of his saviour, his collected writings from well over fifty years of ministry continue to encourage believers worldwide. Now, apples.
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"Okay Russia. It's this week the Jewish New Year for for Jewish people. It's a time of reflection Leviticus, twenty three calls it a memorial day a day for the Jewish people to pray to God to remember the Unique Covenant Garden made with them in Genesis twelve and Genesis fifteen a land in descendants in a blessing that Israel will bless all the families of the Earth God would use. Them in a unique way as the Israelites are praying for God to remember that covenant. I. Think about this it actually forces the worshiper into a posture that recognizes God's sovereignty that he's the one in control that he is perfect and he's the only one who can keep his covenants. Perfectly. If there is anyone who doesn't keep his covenant, it's us were the people who don't keep covenants. Of Sin. Nature God never breaks his covenants because he's holy and we're not and really if you think about it that forces us during this time to reflect and think about really are sinful nature and that in the sense we've committed. And that's what Russia. Shona is all about and what it means to the Jewish people today it's honoring the New Year that's coming but also applies. For themselves a spiritual checkup on where they are with God. Hey, don't we do this during the regular New Year in January you know it's time to start over. It's a it's a fresh start get those gym memberships to get in shape and start over or to maybe get organized in life to give us a new direction for being productive in the New Year, we take personal inventory on January first and the new. Year is a new starting point for us in our in our shortcomings and limitations, and it's a great time for us to to put a new foot forward while Russia does the same thing. The Jewish New Year is a time for Jewish. People to stop and reflect on the God who is faithful to keep his promises and really mankind sin. It's time of self evaluation and think about this for a moment a Christian. Isn't this what the life of believers all about. Allowing, the Holy Spirit to convict us about the areas of our life that we need to surrender over to the Lord so that he can change just from the inside out. I mean, even before we take the Lord's Supper, the Apostle Paul tells us to take a spiritual inventory of where we are in our walk with the Lord Jesus John says that we should confess our sins to the Lord and he will be faithful and just to forgive them spiritual reflection is tantamount to the Christian walk and you know what you may not be. Jewish and you may not celebrate Russia China at Church. But as the fall holidays come around, this is a great time for you to take spiritual inventory pray to God. Thank him for his faithfulness. Remember that he's the one in control and ask him to reveal the areas of your life as a believer in the Lord Jesus where you need to be more conformed. To the image of Christ, listen the sacrifice. has already been made in the work of Jesus Christ. The high priest intercedes on our behalf in the person of Jesus Christ. We can watch the throne of God boldly the.
UN Fails to Pass Palestinian Resolution
"In the news stunning move from the Arab League failed to pass a proposed Palestinian resolution, which would have condemned the normalization deal between Israel and the United Arab. Emirates the Arab. League comprises twenty two member states that include Bahrain Libya Levin on Qatar Egypt Jordan. Saudi Arabia and more a senior League official was quoted as saying discussion around this point was serious and comprehensive, but it did not lead to. Agreement over the resolution proposed by the Palestinians. Steve this is a big deal the Palestinians. If you think about this, the Palestinians probably have more friends in the United Nations than they do in the Arab League where they actually have full membership status, the Arab countries believe this is what the Arab countries are saying to the Palestinians. They believe that normalizing a relationship with Israel is more important than their complaint. Now I do believe that this is going to take the Palestinians in a certain direction I. I believe that there's one way out for the Palestinians and it's not through the Arab League it's actually to go into the arms of Iran. This is something that I think the Israelis are looking toward something that two countries are looking toward as well to make sure that the Palestinians don't go in that direction they already are shaking hands in many ways, but some of the PAL with the Iranians. So we gotta keep our eye on that, but we'll have to wait and see ultimately what happens in the end but continue to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Are falling out of people's heads because Gnashing their teeth. It's part of the whole biblical prophecy of the fiery furnace and wailing and gnashing of teeth. You know to trouble isn't the only thing. It was on the minds of the end of the world watchdogs. The Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah is coming up this Friday and all eyes are now on Israel is a historic peace agreement is being arranged by Donald Trump, something that has gotten him nominated. The Nobel Peace Prize, and for some, it is guarded another nomination. That is the predominant player in the apocalyptic bingo game. Discussing this historic deal. US. President Donald Trump said that the world now faces the dawn of a new Middle East and he said at the ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House were here this afternoon to change the course of history, Trump said. After decades of division and conflict, we marked the dawn Of a new Middle East. And yet the peace deal has been dubbed by some Christian evangelists is a precursor. To the so called Covenant of many, You know, this actually comes from the prophecy of Daniel talks about seven years of peace and coming between warring nations and its shall confirm the covenant with many For one week in the midst of the week, he shall cause the sacrifice and the Oblation to cease And for the over spreading of abominations. He shall make it desolate even until the consummation and that determines shall be poured upon the desolate so this covenant of many will eventually break down in the idea of peace and safety will not last now. I'm not one to interpret Scripture or to actually tell you that What I have to say is gospel or prophecy, but someone who I really, really look up to as far as being a Ah Prophecy Analyzer, a person who has spoke some of the conventions I have spoken at Steven None is an author, journalist and former intelligence officer. Currently, Stephen hosts with his wife, Jonah, The Israeli News Live, an independent news organization, with primary focus in the Middle East and Russian relief. Shins conflicts. Special interest in studying globalism, New World Order, the Silk Road Initiative and how Israel will play a key role in the new World Order system. Stephen Welcome to Ground zero. It's been a while but so glad to have you on a program, especially in times like this. We're approaching Rasha Shana on Friday the feast of the trumpets, I guess for the Christians, and we're looking at this and saying, Wow, you know, with a peace agreement has been going on summer, saying that if we see well, there's so many things to talk about. First of all, Welcome to the program second Well, let's talk about this peace agreement will go on to other things, too. I'm really excited to have you on Stevens to go right ahead. Thank you would hear me. Okay? Yes. Yes. Fantastic. Thank you for being on the program. Thank you. Quite a lot of things were going on. And I think tonight probably seen that's been a while since they've been together. I'm sure we're gonna probably shock a lot of the People listening tonight. And of course I know you're there on ground zero in Oregon, where on excitement is going on. I know that you guys are also considered a beta testing ground or this plan damage that we've been enjoying so much here since the beginning of the year. Ah, And of course, like you said, we have Russia China coming up. We have a corn that was signed between United Arab Emirates and, of course by rain, and some of them. Some of the people are believing that this might be that that covenant uh Daniel, I don't agree with that. But that's OK. There is a reason behind this, and that's what a lot of people are not aware of this covenant that they're bringing together right now. Is to be able to war against Iran Back on July 16. I was good friend of mine whose family is heavily involved with Israeli intelligence. The hearing with me that Israel was going to go under another locked down and it would be a crone of our slot down, although, as stated quote, unquote it is not really a corona virus locked down, but yet this will be done. Because they want to keep families safe and in place because there is a great possibility that Israel could end up going toward with Iran, Hezbollah and he also mentioned Yemen. I can't say that. That's exactly what's goingto happen, But it's interesting that he knew that was going to happen. Just like in the case of when we dealt with the issue with Lebanon. I knew 10 days before the, um the strike have called a strike quite because that's what it was 10 days before that. I was told that Hezbollah was six to be sent a message and it would be used with a tactical nuke. A soon as we aired that within hours, we were shut down on Israeli news live YouTube and we were given our first strike and cut off for seven days. I'm currently on my second strike. I'm finding out really quick like that. The more you tell the people the truth more than they want to silence you the situation Stephen, with the situation in Lebanon in Beirut, you know that huge explosion. Many people said Yeah, it looked like a tactical nuke. Stay low Yield nuke. We also realized that there was propellant that was used. That was also ah propellers used to activate nukes. Was there really an attempt? Tio set off a low yield nuclear and Lebanon. Well, I know that this is what was planned. I don't whether or not they knew there was going to have the impact that their intent is another thing. I did talk a good friend of mine in the Pentagon. Right after this message meant in place because of knowing what was gonna happen beforehand. I didn't anticipate that it would be Beirut. I just knew that that was what was here with me. And I and I had already publicized Even before the event, But I had no idea that was gonna be Beirut. And at that time I was told then that from US intelligence that They couldn't say very much. But they wouldn't tell me this that there has been concern effort by acidic country but not naming the country in the Middle East. To bring about accusations and unrest in the Middle East between the different factions the Arabic factions so that it would cause them to come too close to the brink of civil wars and every one of his many of the nation's that they possibly could create the sand and that there was already a monkey in the wing waiting. He's been there now for some time, and that as soon as they get the new stabilization in the act Rations going well enough, they would bring him on the thing in order to say Look, we have a solution for world peace. Your mind He has come here and it's too calm them all down. Oddly enough, of course, Hezbollah was blamed for May the strike and in the broad in the people that were protesting in Beirut. We're not even Lebanese people. I have good friends that live in even bear and they were immediately They reached out to me. And they said, We don't even know who these people are. In fact, the daughter of the former minister of Lebanon is a friend of mine. So we knew that this was being orchestrated. And of course, what was really sad is in Beirut. Many of these people are Christians and their supporters of Israel. So they could not even begin to think that Israel would actually do something like this on and there again. I don't think that even with what happened, I don't think that they anticipated That there would be a large of a loss of life of civilian life, You know, and I think that was something that was not a factor in this would happen like that. I think they were trying to destroy Hezbollah arsenal that they had their Yes, that is true has bought did keep their arsenal there as nothing I pointed out in 2018. That they want keeping that right here in the middle of the day, right there in the middle of the people on I was given one transcript from Arabic.
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"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Israel Story
"All that was nearly nearly fifteen years ago last year I moved to Israel and some of it's shine has predictably I guess dimmed it's not that I don't love being being here friends delicious Malala and the occasional Goldstar beer make for a pretty good life but and I know this'll be a shocker. Israel is not all just milk and honey the concept of waiting in line for instance unheard of there's a lot of garbage everywhere that has been collected acted bureaucracy and of course crazy drivers the Israeli directness and gruffness that once seemed so refreshing now often feels more like pushiness and a complete disregard for personal space politics religion social inequalities. It's all complicated and an often hard to swallow and the daily grind is just that a grind despite the fact that I'm living in the Jewish homeland. I occasionally find myself missing my sings on Jewish community back home as my Go-to Guru Leonard Cohen one saying there is a crack in everything but even the craziness that makes up Israel. The KOTEL has remained in Acis for me a place. I still visit regularly and whenever I'm there I rest my forehead on its stones and let my fingers trace its wrinkles. I stare at the notes imagining them to be the mortar holding up this ancient wall. I think about the fact that somewhere deep inside behind fifteen years worth of other people's notes. There's my note the one about Delhi Weisbaum whom by the way I never did kiss and in those moments I can reconnect to the magic of Israel Israel the Israel. I grew up hearing about the one I had seen when I was thirteen but the last time I came to the Kotel I didn't have much time for contemplation. See I was on a mission a mission to discover what happens to the countless Kotel notes do they get stuffed deeper and deeper does God reach down read them and put them on his bedside table or file them away at twenty nine Kotel folder as a colony of paper eating fungi of all done. These ancient agent stolen slowly turning the notes to dust to find out what actually happens. I spoke to Johanna be thrower whom we heard earlier. She's the media director of the Western Wall Heritage Foundation. I'm in charge of the media and mostly in charge of bringing the nice face of the Kotel to the world it turns the the notes and sorry for disappointing any other Romantics out there are removed. It's a massive cleaning twice a year before abortion pissed off because we're except a massive amount of visitors needless to say I was a little shocked so can you just sort of walk me through the ritual taking understand sure so first of all the rabbi of the will go down and they they take out notes like piece by piece. Perhaps sensing my dismay. She explained that every part of the process is done with great care. The notes are removed with special wooden sticks. She said because is that is what was used to build the Tabernacle. In the Bible. Then the notes are put inside special bags but the today they buried them at the Mount of Olives. It's very there with the rest of the radio our holy books the burial is all very hush hush. No one knows where it's buried. 'cause we don't want anyone to common open notes notes. I asked Johanna who gets to remove the notes of they become that person a good question. we choose from this the one that are more serious and more respectful although all of them are of course work here the Western Wall but some of them do that every year for years now now. If the discovery that the notes were periodically emptied out was a letdown listening to yohannes description of how exactly that happens was reassuring the most serious Torah Scholars Holding Holy Tabernacle sticks special bags secret burials if my notes and the notes of all the other Kotel L. Dreamers had to be taken out if felt like a pretty good way to do it that is until I went to observe the process before specifies. I is the first time we work day your your first day. You're you're taking down notes from the wall. Yes her the removal of the notes happens. You'll recall twice a year. It will happen again this week right before Rosh Hashanah when I went to record a couple of days before for Passover. I found a few serious looking men in all white taking down notes at first glance. It seemed to be just as Johanna had described it. Even no the sticks they were using looked more like sawed off broom handles. Were those the special wooden tabernacle sticks right next to those men. I noticed three other guys wearing yellow neon deaths they introduced themselves as Dovid Yosef and Os. They were all eighteen and scraping the cracks in the wall with their sacred broom handles. All I know is the way stick. Let's Fight Yosef said bad as they all launched into an impromptu sword fight. You'll Hana's words echoed in my mind we choose from this one or more serious and more respectful. How does the ultimate doing pretty frustrating. They said at the stick was too fat to fit in the cracks but I don't care getting paid for their and do you feel like aware of the fact that you're literally taking notes as people love to God. Maybe I'm good then the unbelievable happened. He asked me if I wanted to give it a go. So Loud Yosef handed me his step and suddenly without any ceremony or training. I can barely handle a pair of to fill in let alone. Thomas was the anointed not take her out. This definitely should not be allowed to get in there. One by one tiny folded prayers shares tumbled out of the wall and onto my shoes I saw glimpses of handwriting despite the irreverence of the official trio I tried to imbibed the sanctity of the moment to imagine all the people who had traveled thousands of miles to leave their small mark on this holy wall. I've done my part hi. Thanks guys I watched as they began to clean up the notes from the ground. I recalled what Johanna the had told me that they were carefully placed inside special bags but instead they were swept into a simple green dustpan and then dumped into plastic garbage bags six the kind you get a box of at the corner store for a few shackles as I stepped away from the wall. I began to awkwardly laugh. Aw come in with such high hopes like so many others. Johanna had told me a story reality. Once again was different..
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Israel Story
"Hey me she harmon and today in this special Washer Shanna short. I'm going to ask you for something. Thanks for help so you've heard these appeals many times and I'm GONNA keep it. Short here goes if you enjoy our show if we add something to your life if you feel that we capture unique aspects of this crazy human tapestry called Israel. Please open your hearts and open your wallets. We have wonderful partners on the show tablet magazine. PIX correct and others that are content is very expensive to produce and totally free to consume. We do our absolute the best to keep our show running. We applied for grants. We go on the road with live. Show tours we give talks and workshops. We sell sponsorships. Oh and by the way if you want to sponsor Israel's story episodes email US sponsor at Israel's story Dot Org but the truth is that without support from our dedicated listener us hundreds of thousands of people like you in according to our latest analytics one hundred ninety two countries around the world we we simply wouldn't be able to go on you are the Israel story family and what families do they help out so as we're about to celebrate Lucia Shanin usher in a new year go Doris site Israel's story dot Org and make your donation in today. Whatever you can give is great but what's most helpful is if you become a sustaining monthly contributor that way we can keep the content streaming into your ears. Now we know or we hope we know what will happen to this request of ours. As we speak God willing you are all going to our site an entering in your generous donations but what happens to all those requests and prayers and hopes scribbled on tiny settler shoved in between the cartels stones where do they go is the Clinton they've just an ever expanding archive of notes and if so how don't they run out of space we sent our producer you'll she fields in American who moved to Israel to work with us to find out here's Yoshi growing up in the states. Israel always felt somehow beyond this world a place of the miracles both ancient and modern where the sun stood still to Joshua and the Israelites in battle as they entered the land. We're David had been Goliath and we're now three thousand years later. The Jewish state had once again been born and against all odds continued to grow oh and flourish from silicon valley to Silicon Wadi Israel before peace Christ. He's ready alive is the winner of this over medicine it it was a place that was steeped in personal and family family mythology to Baba. My grandfather liked to tell the story of how growing up in Tel Aviv ride bicycles the local fishmonger by a single carp and then put it in the bathtub to keep it fresh for Chabad dinner dish in the bathtub. I remember thinking as a kid that definitely it wasn't something that happened in our home in Western mass or the way bobby describe the sweetness and freshness of fruits and vegetables as unlike anything. He's he's every incense oranges. You smell from miles away. Juicy Mellon the size of soccer balls for me. Israel was always a place of legends. I went to Jewish kindergarten and as a classic Tippety we visited Israel fasten your belt whenever the fast and seatbelt sign is turned on it only be half of allow. I think you for your attention. Well sort of we made pretend passports and everything we sat in chairs as if we're you're on a plane and saying let's that's right along as we flew very good. They're not letting together but the first time I actually came to Israel. I was thirteen. My grandparents brought me and what I remember. Most from that trip was our visit to the Kotel. I remember staring up at the massive wall. The thick green bushes growing out of the higher cracks. The Sun was setting behind US building the wall and purple and Red Light Baba smiled and nodded towards my hands. I A carefully touched the two thousand year old stones here. I was Yoshi fields of pioneer valley middle school actually touching the outer wall of the Holy Temple. I had come prepared earlier that day. In Our hotel room I sat down and wrote a note. I debated endlessly between asking God for world peace and asking him to give me the courage to get Zoe wise inbound my middle school sweetheart on the lips. I'll let you guess what I ended up accusing. I was after all thirteen anyway back. At the Kotel I took my neatly folded note and placed it in a small crevice Bennis. I imagine the notes crumpled up behind my a chain of requests and prayers going pulling back thousands of years..
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"The Eucharist that that concept, and so they're they're debating must must a Greek become a Jew to them become a Christian, they conclude that the answer to that is no well, imagine the ramifications of the answer to that. Being know what it means is that now in order to be a Christian. It is not required that you keep pets over to be a Christian. It is not required that you keep the Sabbath to be a Christian. It's not required that you recognize Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and these other religious holidays, well that only heightens the division in the early church because now you have Christians who do keep those holidays, and you have Christians who do not keep those holidays, the ones who do by and large are Jewish Christians the ones who do not our tin tile. Christians over time. The church becomes very rapidly predominantly gentile, which means the majority of Christians don't keep those holidays because the church fathers concluded that they weren't required to become Jewish in order. To be Christian. And that's the legacy that we by and large in the west experience. We we are gentile Christians who were not required according to acts fifteen to to come into conformity with Jewish holidays. And that's what making too many says don't let anyone judge you about this. He's basically saying don't have division. If you're a if you believe in Christ, and you keep the Passover don't don't be in conflict with someone who believes in Christ and does not keep the Passover and vice versa. So he's not saying if you're a Christian don't keep the Passover. He's not saying if you're a Christian don't keep the Sabbath. He saying if you're a Christian be true to your conscience and don't fight with other people who share the thing that we share what we share isn't Jewish identity gentile identity. Passover Passover Sabbath, not Sabbath. What we what we share? What unifies us is that we put our faith in Christ in his supremacist, which is again, one of the interesting things about this is a conversation. We've all had in part in this office because we have a Christian in our community in our..
Could a magnifying wine glass be the next big thing?
"This is the big show. What's so funny about investing money? You ask the big Bishop Russell Sally hope to answer that top rated insightful financial analysis. If you're looking for insightful, financial perspective on key market strategies. Keep looking told you this is the big show. This is Russ and Sally. Dot com. Television network. Iheartradio. Everyone. One hundred seven five hundred dollars at the armed forces. Where you God bless. Serve our country overseas underway, especially on a day like today. Oh god. I love it. Yeah. It was home getting the kids ready for bed. And I was doing a show called the big ass show with a guy actually we were not. That's not accurate. I had two shows at the time. I was on the air. I was driving to work. I was doing morning drive at a station called aim eleven thirty Casio. And I was driving to work that I heard our good friends at Prescott who's in for you here. JP Jeff Prescott was is a very significant news guy here in southern California. The first report was that a plane a biplane or a single plane clipped, the flagpole hours. That's what you on the radio. This little loops turns out it was something different. So then we're I was on the air actually back then you didn't really have one computer in the studio dirt slow, and we had two TV's on in the studio as we're of watching the national news and kind of talking about it. And then as we actually were now facing this crazy. I remember I mean, it was just surreal there's certain times in your life where things happen. Like, the challenger disaster was just these big black stran- horrible events happen. And you're and you're hearing this stuff anyway. So Todd bless our military men or women for serving our country is underway. And. It's a tough day. We're going to get through the business. We did you guys pull up numbers tonight. See the numbers close today's numbers still chugging along pretty twenty one smartphones on fear and greed. I want to see what the emotions of the market today. We're. Yeah. We're so that doesn't surprise me of a somber day Jesse was Rosh Hashanah. It was a holiday where even on the NASDAQ is not now. One of those. We're still. Before we get to will Waldrop our guest very quickly. Can we spend just a minute and why have wine glass? On the on the Tim, Bob as you know, I like to drink. And. My eyesight is going as I get older. So here I am at the at the bar and drinking my wine. The Bill comes who printed this somebody under twenty five life state lifestyle. Lice tight so's along. What it's so small. I can't I really can't see I can't squint enough. Hold it far enough away can't squinted up. See you. All right. So I start to finish my glass, and I'm looking through my glass, and I realized what the hill it's kind of magnifying all my is this could this be. So I'm like another Lord Russell hang on the phone and working with a glass manufacturer in China. So this could be Lord. Russell industries. What's it called Magda China glass? No that one. No, no. What's this going to be? This could be maybe for our viewers and listeners could come up with the name it's drunk. No more. So this part of the glass. Yeah. See this megaphone glasses when I'm thinking is if we Bamble it or ARCHE, can you say more invention terms, somehow manipulate the glass? To facilitate the heart of seeing which is me you got this big bubble down. You're gonna benefit and you go like zoom zoom you could tie in Bevill beverage in almost does it now. But it looks like it looks like Russian. Letters. So you have to think it's possible.
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Seventh at eight, seven central on NBC. Okay. Back to the show. Jamie. So we wanted to sometimes just want to sync up with that calendar. Sometimes we're staring at it and we're like, how can we match what people are experiencing in their real lives with also what is happening on the calendar. And I think we've arrived at that this week, we're. So we're doing we wanted to have a conversation about culture Thome minutes and that's unique for this specific day, correct. That's right. Because this week we're celebrating Yom Kippur, which is the day of Thome it. It is the second of the two high holy days following Rosh Hashanah at the beginning of the month. But what I love about Yom Kippur is that it is a chance for you to fast and kind of make amends for all of the sins that you've committed Anson's against other people. It's a chance to ask for forgiveness from people. It's really kind of a beautiful day. And so fun facts about young Kapoor Jews abstained from more than because they they fast food and drink, but they also fast from sexual relations. Wearing leather or using perfumes. It's very interesting because apparently in biblical times, like wearing leather and using perfumes meant that you were a Mark of a wealthier person. And so you wanna have a humble attitude, a humble kind of approach to the day. Also in ancient times where we talk about ancient times on our other cast the bible binge. It wasn't a great day for goats. So in the biblical air to goats would be chosen by lottery and one was ritually sacrificed to atone for the sins of the people. And the other as an actor purification was driven off into the wilderness and over a cliff. And this was of course the what the scapegoat. If your goat, which which, which are you hoping for which you cross your your hubs for wanna be the one that's ritually sacrifice to atone for since what? An honor. Okay. But the goes, probably not thinking that goes, probably not. This is dope. This is so dope right now. I'm getting sacrificed because that's probably it sounds very slow and painful ritual sound slow and boring and painful. There's something kind of crap. There's something crazy about being chased into the forest and over a cliff. You're like, that seems the way I wanna go. So if you're if you're listening and you're not Jewish, which is probably most of you don't feel triggered, it's fine. We can talk about holidays and other faith. It's not a big deal. You're not Jewish now either. So it's cool. It's cool to talk about other faiths. When we were thinking about this idea, you know you think of Janka poor, you think of tone -ment and that can be not not a difficult understand, but I think it can be when you're thinking about specific to YMCA poor, think it's less about like redeeming yourself. Right and more about covering yourself, right? God is the cover for your iniquities, right? There's a really interesting conversation, or there's several real interesting things to read about the redemption atonement. We won't do that here because we're not that kind of podcast. But for the purposes of this conversation, specific culture we wanna talk more about the idea of Thome has covering, right? What are what are the things who are the people, the characters, the plot points, the elements, whatever. What are the things that cover up for an otherwise not greats? Movie book, TV show, whatever that is. So let's give an example..
"rosh hashanah" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"This is. Bet they don't celebrate Rosh Hashanah for like Matthew mcconaughey. Got to be people that they break it. Fuck. Yes, I got. I had my Gordon. Awesome. We'll start. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, by my my wife's a manager, she's my ex manager actually. That's how that's how we got together. You cross lines now, suppose cross. She was just telling me about someone was like getting looked at by some big, some big agent and agent she had was literally like I will cut my honeymoon short. I will come home and it's just like awful. Like what this business does, the people, it's so funny, but it's dictates, you know, it's one of the things that I was like I was there were talking about Louis, and I was like, by the way, I not getting into the fucking public discourse of Louis because it just as fucking down. That's fine by me. I mean, like if you wanted to talk about, we just person. I just go like it's so it's it like I just started not texting tweeting when I was drunk recently. I just like. Going, you get fired up about something and you go, wait, hold on, maybe. How do I feel about this tomorrow? That's how swertz and that's why swertz wasn't on Twitter for like years, really and always grow, don't get it. He told me he was like, 'cause I drink. I drink a lot man. I shouldn't have this power because he's huge. You'd have like the moment. He Jones on Twitter. He's got one hundred thousand like it's nothing. Oh mean that's smart. That's Martill like not. I also I also starting like I sounded off about something on my part, my solo podcast, and I did another podcast and the guy was like was like, hey, man, I heard your solo podcast, and you said this those feelings I don't want. No, I'm just talking. Yeah, yeah. And that's the problem with the printed word. It's so severe. Yeah. Like I know every angry E mail I've ever sent and I regret everyone of them even if I was right because you look at them and you're like God like that ruin someone's entire day. If you just put out, you know what I mean? You know. So interesting. I think you're, I think you're like three years, four years younger than me. How old are you? I'm forty. Four. Oh, you're a year younger. But like we were at the first we were at ground zero of firing off, angry emails gets no one ever got that our except we got it. Yeah. Were young enough to not know what the buck. Light motherfuckers. Oh yeah. Yeah. Only this should work well and your your, they'll understand. Yeah, don't know. The concept. Yeah, but it's like when you read that from somebody, you're like this person I hate now like they made me this person just broke my heart. You remember when Judd appetite and Mark Brazil got into it. Oh yeah. Over over the Brazil was like the seventy show guy and they got leaked. Yes, that's that's gonna tell you definitely cognizant of text. I send people. Yes, because because man you'll ever tax will some will break in tests. Well, someone rule released. Absolutely. And it's all out in the either it all exists. It's all forever. And despite your invasion of privacy? Yeah, it completely doesn't matter. No, we'll be like, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I know. I said I've heard everything every offensive thing. I have. You know. Ingest written to someone in comedic context as someone else everyone's done that which is like, you know. Like like put it this way. There was a guy, the only guy in my life that I ever had to break up with his friend. Do that. Got a few of these brutal worst. It's harder than a relationship. Yeah. You have to be like, hey, man, we not only do I not want to sex with you. I wanna speak to. You don't want to speak with you. I just don't wanna spill. Call me your friend anymore. Yeah, because I. That he was like he was just he was like a big liar. You lied about everything for no reason. But he also was he was there were women. I knew in my life who came forward, I guess I'd say and say like, hey, you know what?.
Boy, 15, dies after being shot outside Providence school
"Counseling services. This week will be offered to providence students who are mourning. The death of a fifteen year old classmate who were shot on the second day of school this year. City officials say despite the schools being closed until Thursday due to Rosh Hashanah and primary day trauma. Supporting professionals will be at several providence rec centers on Monday through Wednesday for any student who may wish to talk William Parsons, we shot this past Wednesday outside the providence career and technical academy. He was a student at central high school police say he was an innocent. Bystander a sixteen year old reportedly associated with a gang is facing murder and other charges in connection with the