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80-1 shot Rich Strike races to huge upset in Kentucky Derby

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

80-1 shot Rich Strike races to huge upset in Kentucky Derby

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Dr. Mehmet Oz: We Cannot Abandon Our Israeli Allies

Mark Levin

01:06 min | Last month

Dr. Mehmet Oz: We Cannot Abandon Our Israeli Allies

"Where do you stand let's talk about the Middle East the State of Israel the Iranians want to get nuclear weapons and it appears the Biden administration is going to help them get nuclear weapons What are your thoughts about that I've been outspoken about this I went to Israel in 2013 strongly endorsing the beauty of this democracy representing everything that we value in America in the Middle East My goodness they're growing grapes in the sand And these folks have been able to figure out how to survive and thrive in an environment that's not always so hospitable We can not abandon our allies And when we see the weak response of the Biden administration to beg the Russians to negotiate with the Iranians to get their poor quality crude and sell down the river our Israeli allies it makes me sick because the ratings have already told us what they're going to do We don't have to guess just like Putin told us what he's going to do The Iranians wanted to destroy Israel And what does the rest of the world think When a country that's been a staunch supporter of ours and who we have always been loyal to Israel is abandoned because you want a couple extra barrels of oil It's not what America represents We are brave country That's not what great people do

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Spain Beach Smoking Ban-Barcelona Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Spain Beach Smoking Ban-Barcelona Intro and Wrap

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The Collaps of Public School Education

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | Last month

The Collaps of Public School Education

"Let me ask you about their education at Tiffany because I've been covering gender education K through three and the end of excellence education in San Diego's Patrick Henry high school, 9 through 12. Education is collapsing in America as it collapses in Washington state. It is collapsing. And people in Washington state will remember that I was 11 years old when patty Murray was first selected. She ran as the mom in tennis shoes. Oh yes. She was a preschool teacher and she was on school board and she was going to fight for our children. So under her policies, our education has gotten worse. And we were a 44% average in public school system prior to the pandemic. You could imagine how those scores of considerably gone down. All through my boys are in the public school system. And here in Washington state, our kids were out of school for almost two full years. And not only that, we have to get back to teaching math and reading. We have to get back to competitive quality education.

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Josh Mandel Makes Case for Ohio Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | Last month

Josh Mandel Makes Case for Ohio Senate Race

Who Will Trump Endorse for Ohio Senate Race?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:00 min | Last month

Who Will Trump Endorse for Ohio Senate Race?

"Josh, let me go back to if I can, president Trump. I've had on all the Pennsylvania candidates as well. They're kind of stunned in astonished that Donald Trump endorsed Doctor Oz, what was your reaction? I'm not telling the Pennsylvania race at all. And people ask me about Pennsylvania. They ask me about Georgia and Arizona and Alabama and what I tell people and I'll tell you is I am laser focused on my race here in Ohio. People start voting two weeks from part of me. Election day is two weeks in Tuesday. People started voting last week. And so my 100% focus is on Ohio. Have you given up on getting the endorsement of Donald Trump? No, I'm doing everything I can to earn the endorsement of Donald Trump. I'd be honored to earn his endorsement. And I think I'm the one candidate in this race who embody the Trump America first agenda. Most of my opponents were with Kasich to the bitter end in 2016. I was the first statewide official to support president Trump

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Republicans Hope Education Wave Drives Parents to the Polls

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | Last month

Republicans Hope Education Wave Drives Parents to the Polls

Is Middle America Turning Red?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | Last month

Is Middle America Turning Red?

"Now, sleep. I put in the category of Jonathan Swan Joshua, who's just a straight down in the middle reporter. He has a call not on Iowa this morning, Jonathan. Iowa has gone from purple to red to deep red. They're not going to have any congressman standing. They're not even going to have a senator on the ballot against chuck grassley, which is malpractice. I think that's happening in Pennsylvania as well. Just take us up to 30,000 feet. You cover politics. I'm going to come back to a couple of issues in a second, but up at 30,000 feet. Do you see all of the blue washing out of the non coastal areas and the heartland of the country's red? It's certainly been the very pronounced trend. And I mean, the problem with this year as something to sort of draw 30,000 foot conclusions is the best political environment for Republicans in 2010. And so you could have some really astonishing results that are atypical. But yeah, absolutely. As a macro trend for sure, that's what's happening. And Democrats don't really seem to have answers for it. I'm not seeing any anyway from the national leadership.

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What's the Strategy for Ukraine Going Forward?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | Last month

What's the Strategy for Ukraine Going Forward?

"Congressman, let's go back to Ukraine now. I try to be an optimist about these things. If neurons house Intel, your buddy Tom cotton is on Senate and tell you only use open-sources on the radio. Here's what I fear. I fear that everyone thinks Ukraine is much stronger than they are because they beat back the Russians in the north. And now the Russian tanks in the vast planar on mariupol are pool are positioning themselves. There are 10,000 dead bodies on the street scenario. People should put that in the context of Brooklyn yesterday, 33 wounded or incapacitated on a subway. Imagine 10,000 corpses in the city, what could we do? What should we do when the Russian tanks began to roll out of the Donbass through Mario pole destroying everything in front of them heading to keep from the other side? Well, I think our best strategy now is to provide the Ukrainians with all of the hard power requests that they have made. Now, again, as we started off this conversation, we've made progress on that front. Obviously they're using stingers and javelins to devastating effects, but there is more that we can do. There's more we can do to harness some of the offers that our Eastern European allies, NATO allies have made. And the fact

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Biden Administration Revisits Failed Obama Middle East Policies

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | Last month

Biden Administration Revisits Failed Obama Middle East Policies

"Now, congressman, I got a new column up over at The Washington Post on the fact that we have a new axis. Russia, Khamenei and Iran and she and China. And being critical of Putin is being like critical of Mussolini in 1938. What about tojo and Hitler? And we've got these other two adversaries. You've recommended steps to help Taiwan. What about helping Israel and the other states in the Arab partnership with Israel threatened by Iran? Well, this is critical to you because what have we seen in the last few days? And something that is really unprecedented or at least in my lifetime I've never seen there was basically a Saturday Night Live sketch that came out of Saudi Arabia criticizing Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. And I think that gives you a window into just how far the relationship between the United States and our traditional Arab allies in the Middle East has trade. And that is a function of the fact that the Biden administration has pursued a resurrection of the Obama Iran deal. And of course, by doing that, they are messing up all of the progress we made in the Trump administration with the Abraham accords.

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Kathy Barnette Reacts to Trump Endorsement for Dr. Oz

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | Last month

Kathy Barnette Reacts to Trump Endorsement for Dr. Oz

"So tell me a little bit about your reaction to president Trump's endorsement of Doctor Oz because a lot of people were flabbergasted. Some dumbfounded some angry and some said, okay, I'll vote for us. What was Kathy Barnett's reaction? Well, I mean, you know, initially, it was a shock, right? I mean, I was downtown Philadelphia. I've been working with the Horn of Africa. There's those who will have come here from the Horn of Africa. There's over a 100,000 of those from sedans, Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, who live here at Pennsylvania, highly concentrated between Harrisburg and Philadelphia. I've been working with them for several months. They hosted a very large fundraiser for me this past Saturday, and we were registered every single person changing their registration from Democrat to Republican. That's what I was doing. And someone turned on their phone and showed me what Donald Trump had done, and of course my initial reaction was like, oh my goodness, definitely know he's not really a conservative. But very quickly thereafter, I saw when a lot of people are seeing and that is across social media, my name is on everyone's list. So like I said, I started off. President Trump's endorsement of Oz is truly one of the best things that could have happened to our campaign. A lot of

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COVID Death Toll Reaches 500,0000 Mark

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | Last month

COVID Death Toll Reaches 500,0000 Mark

"The COVID toll exceeded 500 million this week, dead around the world. 500 million dead. Now it is changed into a variant that is less killing. So that China will not have the same death rate that we did in the U.S. with the first coronavirus iteration and then with the subsequent iterations that Delta omicron is not killing that many more people, but we felt the brunt of it. And I'm increasingly coming to the conclusion there is nothing that anyone could have done. Short of what they do in China, which we will not do in the United States. And their economy is not going to recover for a decade because of this. And at some point, you do what you did until we figured it out. We got the vaccine done. We rushed the vaccine out, and then you go back to

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Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | Last month

Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

"Let me begin by updating you on yesterday's shooting in Brooklyn, which began just as I left the air. Good job by Mike Gallagher of today, if you follow me on many of these stations and picking up the chaos and carnage in New York or Mike would know. I do not know Brooklyn well, of course, been there a few times over the years, but I don't know well. 33 shots fired inside of a subway train in Brooklyn. Ten wounded, 13 others treated for smoking inhalation, and Frank James, the person of interest, not called a suspect, but boy it sounds like a suspect to me. Had a 9 millimeter handgun at least one, which apparently jammed. And consumer grade fireworks. I don't know what consumer grade fireworks are. And I hatch it. Gasoline did something planned in a deeply deranged mind, obviously. He's from Milwaukee, 5 foot 5 black man dressed in green construction vest and a gray hooded sweater. So just about everything you heard yesterday was wrong at the beginning. Orange construction vest, big black man. He's a little black guy. And they can't find him. He rented a U haul truck. He's gone. He's posted rants about Eric Adams, New York's new mayor on YouTube.

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Douglas Giampapa Explains the Value of Raising Your Heart Rate

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Douglas Giampapa Explains the Value of Raising Your Heart Rate

"Your heart rate up and then drop it back down and do this. Why is that better than what you hear, you know, the old athletic, you know, thought, oh, just go run 5 miles and then keep it at what makes that different. Why is that better for the heart? It's because the heart exercise, you need to exercise the heart like any muscle, right? So when you exercise the heart, if you push it to its max and then let it recover, push tune smacks and then recover. That's proven to be the healthiest way to exercise the heart without overdoing it and keeping it in kind of this high beats per minute range for too long, just like let's say you're doing bicep curls. You can do bicep curls and keep going and keep going and keep going and tear your muscle and actually do more damage than health really for your muscle more damage than healthy muscle building. Same thing with the heart. So you want to push it up and down. That's just what the data shows. But as you said, you can do it, you can do jump rope, you can do if you've got knee issues or ankle issues. You can do a fast paced swim, you know, you can do a stair stepper. I run, I like to run at least a mile a day, and I'll do it on grass, and what I'll do is I'll do like a slow paced jog, sprint, go down the slope, stop actually stop, let my heart rate come down, sprint again, stop, slow pace jog, and just mix it up. I do it on grass because I think running on a pavement is really high impact for your ankles and knees. So anytime you can run on grass or on a padded track, that's probably what you should be doing. Sand is the best. I took a mile run on the beach the other day. But again, this isn't hard stuff. It's really not hard stuff. Just like the diet, eating

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Sen. Cotton: More Americans Will Support Aggression Against Putin

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Cotton: More Americans Will Support Aggression Against Putin

"Senator I'm looking at what's going on here The Russians rolling through Ukraine Ukrainians putting up a spirited defense and fight they are out armed Every step of the way partly due to us because we wouldn't give them the weaponry they needed to bog down the earth to Russian army But all that said are you concerned about the appeasement wing or the it's almost they claim to be American first but it seems like the America last wing that you hear in the media that you see in the Democrat party that you see in the Republican Party I mean there's a lot of unity against Putin I got that But there are these elements It's really kind of shocking to me Well Mark thanks for having me on in this grave hour It's a constant throughout American history Really throughout human history that some want to stick their head in the sand or look the other way when you have aggressive brutal dictators like Vladimir Putin who launch naked wars of aggression or in this case also threaten and telegraph that naked war of aggression for four months Many people start seeing in different tune once the bullets fly and we've seen some of that in the last 24 hours I will say this though Mark the Congress session This week I've spoken with loss of our cans and even those are kansans who don't follow international politics that much who don't know much about Ukraine A very strong visceral reaction to this kind of unprovoked aggression by a larger country against a smaller country on its border And I think that we'll see in the days and the weeks ahead that the American people strongly support a aggressive response more aggressive the Biden administration has announced thus far to stand up to Vladimir Putin and to protect America's interests

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Biden describes Russia as eager to expand into Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Biden describes Russia as eager to expand into Ukraine

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Russia and the west could be moving toward a bigger confrontation in the faceoff over Ukraine the next move in the showdown between Russia and the west over Ukraine is up to Vladimir Putin Russian forces have moved into rebel held areas in eastern Ukraine after Putin said he was recognizing the independence of the separatist regions led by the United States western powers through the proverbial line in the sand with president Joe Biden announcing the first tranche of sanctions to impose costs on Russia secretary of state Antony Blinken cancelled talks with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov that would have been held in Geneva later this week diplomacy not rejected by

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U.S. Senate Candidate Carla Sands' Position on Immigration

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Carla Sands' Position on Immigration

"All right so on the border on immigration do you consider this to be a major issue Well of course I mean we're being invaded I think we had a record number I was talking to former acting secretary of Homeland Security Chad wolf and he told me we had 2 million people that they got a hold of last year but 600,000 got in that they didn't get a hold of it They got away And so it is a true invasion It's one of the reasons I'm running I was working as the ambassador in Denmark and I was watching the rioting in 2020 and looting and then the Biden incoming administration talking about banning fracking and opening our southern border And I was like my gosh I've worked all these years to help Republicans get elected And they're not fighting for us We're losing our country so fast I better do something different I better step up and run And so we've got to secure the border We've got to build the wall And we have sentinel as you know an illegal aliens coming over the border and I personally lost a young relative over Christmas break to a fentanyl overdose So this affects every community in America the drugs that are pouring in from China over the

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Why Carla Sands Should Be Elected to the U.S. Senate

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Why Carla Sands Should Be Elected to the U.S. Senate

"Now you want to be the senator first or you want to be the Republican nominee then the senator from Pennsylvania tell Pennsylvania's in the country why it should be you and not these other folks Well frankly because I'm the only person that our Pennsylvania conservatives can trust to put Pennsylvania and America first I've been doing it since 2016 I'm the only candidate in this race Mark who actually raised money for Donald Trump in 16 and contributed and worked on his campaign and then worked in his administration He appointed me as ambassador I'm the only one who's put America first since 2016 Everybody else says they are since they've been running But I actually am a conservative and I've been a conservative activist all my adult life So they can trust that I'm going to go to Washington and fight to defeat the radical Democrats in The White House but also I mean in general it's like it's like we have Bernie Sanders in The White House and AOC is his vice president the policies that we're getting out of Washington these days

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"sands" Discussed on Ageless

Ageless

05:04 min | 9 months ago

"sands" Discussed on Ageless

"I wanna now first off how you found your love for fashion styling and kind of what prompted you to start honestly so it's actually goes back to my love for theatre. I studied theater. Production in undergrad. I always loved promise shows growing up in just the costumes that went into. It's like concentrated in costume design. And then i went to grad program in the city also for theater production was doing costume design there as well and i just love following different costume designers similarly to patricia fields that were using contemporary clothing on their actors and it was just something so different than anything. Did both undergrad in grad school. And i was. I've always loved fashion things when i was younger. I would internet vogue in the closet. Nine just loved it. But i really liked the story and i liked how different actors in character could tell a story through their clothes. It was really my love for us. Divide that prompted needs to just find contemporary clothing and put them on myself. First of all which i started on an instagram account fault honestly pace and declined took off from there and i went straight into contemporary by left theater world but my goal is to one day. Go back to kind of melt. The two together i saw actually in business of fashion article the other day about how new were shows like the new season gossip girl. Edie for your are really like leaning on new fashion brands and how it has become such a great platform for fashion brands to show off like coming collections. Stuff like that. And i'm just wondering what what your thoughts are on this relationship between tv and fashion. How brands can use that as kind of like an entrance into a new audience. I mean i really think it's just the way the future it's kind of similarly how i got into streaming also. Is that showing the clothing in real time either with a tv show or by streaming the product and like quitting on touching and bring into the camera and showing how it moves on. Your body is the way the future. So i think it's great for grants to get into shows like early new four and i feel like even i'm watching. I keep calling the wrong name. I think it's white loaded. And i know all the brands the characters are wearing in. They're all relatively new collection. So i think it's really interesting to see so many of the costume designers. Both in theater on mtv shows kind of melding connection together and using newer brands and your designers and sharing how you imagine shot.

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"sands" Discussed on Ageless

Ageless

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"sands" Discussed on Ageless

"Everyone and welcome back to ageless so today we have katie sands who is an on air style host for amazon as well as the founder of her personal blog honestly kate where she shares lifestyle and fashion tips and we had such a fun. Easy conversation with katie. She is such a light. We also talk about serapio on this episode. So i wanted to give a little bit of a therapy update for me and just what i've been working on a used to share a lot about this on my instagram. But recently i have just been trying to keep it off social media a little bit and focus in word. But i wanted to share a little bit of an update with you guys so right now i am going through a bit of a transition period because i have just actually finished my last day of classes at nyu. I'm officially done with college. Which is super exciting. But also very scary and i posted my post grad episode where. I was really struggling with this next chapter. But right now in therapy m really working on accepting that. I do have a comfortable landing pad to go to after college which is social media and i think i thought you know at this time that i would be like killing it in my life long career and all of this south by two. I am so so lucky and so so thankful that i am able to take the next year or so and continue working on social media and working with the brands. I love but also in the meantime experimenting with other career paths and other passion projects that i have working on on the side including what's cooking and other exciting behind the scenes stuff but i am just learning to accept this new chapter Except that i am very very lucky to have the option to pursue a career online for the time being. I know that it's not going to be my forever. And i put a lot of pressure on myself to figure out what is next but i'm also accepting that i'm twenty two years old. I am how'd of myself for the community that i built online. I love working with the companies. I'm working with. And i love being able to pitch passion projects. So i'm very excited for what's to come next and i think i'm just working on continuing to stay curious and trying you know where he in different fields. Because at the end of the day. I really want to find something that i am completely fulfilled in doing and since they have so many interests whether it be an art the culinary world fashion. I have a lot of interests and passions in front of me. And i don't think i have to pick a lane but i definitely have to find something that fills my cup and so that's what my next job is but just to end off this little intro. I have my friend. Danielle caroline has a doing well daily..

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"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

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"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Like probably wouldn't like my favorite voice ever and it's just like whiskey like it's like so thick. In like crazy one describing. Somebody's voices whiskey. The it's like all the only thing that i think does it. Justice is it's like. I don't know that's like it's so crazy. Like she's just like a magical person in like it's just so cool in like it was a really really really incredible. It wasn't a theater basically so it's just like such an insane experience. In that was like the time that i remember just being like absolutely like taken aback by performance in via like music as a whole in like it like i felt like different after like it was like really affected me. And so yeah. She's so cool. So shot up my mom you know. Could you recommend a movie a book and a tv. Show okay yeah. let's go. I think the last movie that i watched. What is it called. It's with jim carey and his called the truman show us. Yes and movies. Plus you know. I the sherman show. It's so funny. 'cause like people. Just i feel like i always talk at make jokes for home. Like i'm living in a simulation and i always talked about that and the truman show and for years people have been saying that. And i've always been like yeah like that and i keep a list. I'm telling you you gotta keep a list too. I really do And so yeah. And then i finally watched it. I like had to force myself to do it. Because i feel like after certain point where music or movies have this like such a bigot. Wrap that like almost scared to watch them. Because like if i don't like it then i'm like someone who doesn't like people's favorite movie ever of all time and i'm like i just don't even want to touch donna. I'm like i feel like maybe i'm past the grammy's like i don't love every song nominated or whatever but you know and that doesn't mean that like i'm against like general culture but the whole thing of art or anything is that that things are meant for people you know like the more pressure retake out of watching movies. The more we can open ourselves up like watching whatever like there are movies that i thought were terrible. I wound up loving and the movies. That i had heard were incredible. I wound up like having some major qualms with that right now. I i completely agree. And i think that's what the cool thing is about any art in general is that it's like -sposed to be a discussion and supposed to be hated in loved and like that's the best part about it is that people can all feel differently about it and have different relationships in perceptions of it you know. That's the beauty of all things that are created. I wholeheartedly agree Do you have a book an tv recommendations book. I am still reading Atomic habits we're talking about is how to get that It's so good it's like just basically about creating better habits in like how to get rid of bad habits had in create better habits in it sounds really boring unlike static but it genuinely is like super interesting about how the brain works and how what happens when you get triggered by certain things in why you react to them in like all of it and it's it's great So i think it'll help you break the habit of reading three quarters. I genuinely hope so. I really do. That's my whole goal. What if i only read three quarters of about not only That would be something i would do..

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"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

"I truly literally talk to you. More than i talked to anyone else. So my other my friends in my real life and probably where have you been in two weeks. And i'm sorry. I have one hundred new best friends that i've been hanging out with Literally every weekend doing zoom sleepovers that also a living my best literal vast library now now. That's the one thing i think about that. I'm like the silver lining of all of this and obviously this has been such a rough year for so many people in heartbreaking so many ways. But i think that like the silver lining has been the fact that we have now realized that we can create relationships in like an actual like true way when we are so far away from people and like even with strangers in. It hasn't been really cool as even on tiktok or social media or like being able to have zoom sessions or like zoom. Hangs in all these things that have like brought us together during such a difficult time. It's the one thing that i am so grateful for that. I don't think i mean people were just like so closed. Often people still are. I think our society is were super private in different ways but then super public on socials. It's like this weird mix and it's really cool to be able to build actual relationships with people From all over the world and be able to like actually build friendships in. I don't know it's really it's really cool. I just feel really really lucky and grateful for all the relationships in cove writers and collaborators in fans and friends and everything that's happened over the last year in in such a rough one. We're on the other end of a. I love it so much. And here's my. Here's my pitch team park absolutely called sandcastle nice. Why now called the sandstorm.

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"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Exactly also i feel like we take a moment to appreciate that. That dolly parton is like the only musician who has managed to make a theme park out of her brand. That's actually insane. If you think like really crazy stories about it. I'm probably gonna mess up. There was like i remember hearing stories about how she basically went to her her team and like she brought this idea to like the idea to so many people and they all were like this is going to ruin your career in this rioting and she was literally the only person who was like. Trust me on this like this. I pretty backed out of ten or something insane and now it is huge massive and makes so much money in. She's just such a bad ass like she's so cool so cool. I wish that they really brush over it in the dolly. Parton documentary on netflix. Like yeah and then she build dollywood. And i was like wait. Wait i wanna walk exactly. That'd be matching on dollywood. That's awesome contemptuously. Like you i sort of popped up on my radar because we were both on fresh finds at the same time And you were you were the cover of it like you're like sitting in the kitchen and i wasn't sure if i remembered the zero correctly or if i just really wanted syria i wasn't about to be like there was like it was messy. I think of a serial like the dollar store and got like a massive bag it was like an actual bag of like heaven's or whatever they're called and i basically ended up pouring them all over my kitchen and make an entire mass for that photo. Shoot awesome though you really you really gotta like. If you're not messing up your kitchen for art what are you doing. I drink so much milk. Because i was like the milk for the cover art. I drink so much milk that i didn't eat. I like actually two days. After that. I was so full and everything kind of sounded gross to me because i was basically a gallon of milk that day sponsored. By by got milk. I really five could go or you could just like oatmeal. Yeah dropping a milk brand right now. I i'm working on a film right now. I'm doing like sound for it. And i had to record the fully of chewing is so so. I wound up. Just scarfing down about a dozen times over the course of five minutes right and i felt so sick for the things the sacrifices we make for. That's amazing you know. It's it's only seven related. But like i still feel like i love the train. Joe exactly. they're great. I just don't want to look at them right. You're on a break. I'm gonna break out now if you ever. If you're ever working on another movie with senate yeah it on lock. Yeah i got that in perpetuity..

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Its way out. That's absurd it's appalling in in especially where we know the average lifespan. I'm year not even halfway there yet. And you're going wait a minute live. Most of us will live to ninety and those who are want to anyway. We'll live to right now. The max's fourteen. But i will tell you to my dearest beloved mentors one is going to be one hundred and two and the other one is going to be one hundred and four so hello folks long long like we have a lot to do together. It's actually very very exciting. And i can't you know share enough in the short time we have together but but please don't give up on yourself. Don't let the burnett take you down. We will find a way through this. We have what it takes it but we have value ourselves while age groups. And i think that's the key takeaway for people and preventing burn out and even this great opportunity to design the future of the way that will work well is one values self to seek the guidance and partner up with every age you can find Does the experiences from someone that's in their twenties and thirties is different than my experiences. And my early fifties years and having difficulty wrapping around your seventy seven. I nineteen year old daughter and she yoshi s me dad. Do you feel like you're in your fifties somebody. I don't know what fifty supposed to feel sick. i didn't. I didn't get work when you're fifty years supposed to i i i. It's hard to say. I don't feel i don't feel an age. I mean there are moments. Were yeah obviously maturity experience life experience and all that stuff wisdom and things like that. I definitely know that. I am smarter than i was when i was her age Still dumb and i got a long way to go but you know that's looking forward to that long way and figuring out okay. How do i get less dump. And and that's just approaching life with a curiosity and opportunity. I think makes us so much more rich and folsom for for everybody involved and the fifties well first of all. Let's let's get age straight defined differently. There are at least people in the aging myself. And i've been for so long now. Is there a four ages that we look look at this their first stage second age and then when you move into it's the third age and it's been extended and then the fourth age. I'm now in the beginning of the fourth age so midlife really in my book starts at forty five. Some people 'sorry forty some people even thirty five but forty all the way to seventy five. It's been extended so it's the same issues. We will face in midlife whether it was shorter or longer. There's a whole it's a wonderful age because there's a reckoning you have to redefine who you wanna be for the rest of your life and the beauty about being fifty or early fifties or anytime in fifties is that you have bad vista before you to choose from. It's not like oh. My god. I'm going tomorrow. You know you have so much ahead of you and now you can choose how you want to be versus our person second ages. We didn't have a heck of a lot of choice was predefined for us in most cases. Now we have a choice to really define. That's that's fantastic. You then cast a gift. And i embrace every moment of it. That's for sure so care loved our conversation. I am so thankful for you and the work you do. So where can people find out more about you in this incredible. Let me tell you a couple of things that the i've i've Published twelve books. Four or five of them amazon. The others. I haven't done that yet but these two which i don't know can you see them. Were they showing mirror image..

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Women are just the ones that were you know. Feeling at the most and women themselves have to say will we haven't lost our value. In fact we have more value. We just have to bring that value into a different format so it may not be climbing the ladder. Unless it's what we wanted to incorporate it may be A consortium of women creating new new ventures. I'm just throwing it out there. Because i see it on. I was doing an age bias. This is something fascinating. I posted something on age. Bias and technology This is about three. It was in february. I don't remember how many weeks ago now. But five weeks or so. And i got over. Sixty thousand views now guaranteed. I looked probably hundred time. So we'll take that out of the sixty one thousand but come. It's a lot of people saying hands up hands up. I want to know more. I'm i'm basing do about. And so i started something. Called an age at my first one was called. Future works for him. Age by exploration and it was fabulous. Turn out and and exploration. Now i see ageism showing up everybody even if they've never been in the field wants to jump everybody's looking for some things. Okay now expert in ages but in any case be careful everybody out in the public working with people that know what they're doing and have been around a long time But my point is that is a pressure that's causing so much burn out and stress Not not it used to open mostly be women. Relation of of sexism and ageism was deadly deadly but now the men are feeling in droves from and it's starting now over the hill. Well when the sixty we used to say if you're over thirty don't trust them right so now if you think about it. Almost all the ceo's at our country almost all are clearly over the age of thirty. Most of them are boomers. Most of the cfo's are eight fifty five to sixty five. So you know it. There is no. I can't trust you. 'cause you're over thirty. Were almost all of us. Aerobic thirty the workforce right so. But there's this pressure that is growing where people are not making waves. which means that not innovating. They're shutting down. They're scared even if they're out of the office because they're waiting for the chopping block that they are too old so over the hill. Now it's so frightening for me to say this is thirty five. You're old in corporate america if you're thirty five or forty year old you're over careers done.

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Whatever service you'll need and have that graduate to different levels depending on what you need. And it's exactly. And i think that's where investments in science and opportunities all come in and say when you say fifty percent of jobs are going to be in that market Yeah that's pretty amazing. That if if you're ready to go know you're studying to do something you're like fresh at is going. What should i work in Well exactly when fifty percent of jobs out there are going to be in this type of role that you can probably unless you really have a special nature niche right what you wanna do in life exactly exactly door the opportunity. Sorry you could do other things too. But it's right there but if you think about it you can combine high tech if you can combine a i with aging care. I mean because then that's gonna affect healthcare for every age group. The other thing. I want to of things i wanted to address to is back to the younger people in terms of their concern about the future You know it used to be. You'd have Jobs may be in your life now. It's six to ten careers in your life so to think that this is over and done is is really short term thinking for young people. The it's to me. It's look i'm seventy seven so i can say that i'm so excited about the potential for long life and long life learning. Not just lifelong learning but long life learning for all of us so that people who are in their teens can say. I'm going to be seventy seven. How do i want my seventy seven to look like. I wanted to be looked like her. Or do i want it to look like you know joe whatever. It is now the time for all of us to be thinking about age is an ongoing process. It's not it's not a thing to be afraid of. I mean there's a lot of obviously myths around it that make it scary. I'm not scared of any. But i'm so excited to be seventy seven. It's still year right and still pumping and i will keep pumping until till accord it out. So it's a whole nother view i will. I am so optimistic about the potential for youth. If they could just take off the fierce stuff and look at row everything is open and we have so much coming down the pike. It's really fascinating. But i also wanna go back to again where i started. I kind of got off on a tangent as i said about Your theme about burnout. Because if i look now at where. I'm also focusing which is on age age bias ageism and age discrimination young and old obviously but is it impacting women to an extent that we never thought was going to come again where women are leaving the workforce in droves either being pushed out or realizing they had it get out because they had families to take care of obviously and they couldn't do it all But what is concerning me. Is that all the gains. That women have made from when i started as a feminist in the sixties right till now are released shrinking back so we have to really stay on top of this because if it's affecting women it's affecting.

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Now after covid. I mean look what's happened to war nursing and medical care. I mean they're so stressed out. So i just want people to realize. Don't say nothing around because there is don't save the world is ending and it's over. Your longevity is a gift to make that difference. And i'll be right there. You know supporting through it. But i'm sorry. I got it all funded tangent but i feel so strongly about this or you know. I've i've known of my mom worked at a nursing home when i was a cairn and i've seen that was that would have been in the eighties and i. I've heard horror stories of some relatives that were in them. And you know the theft of property. I mean somebody stole my uncle's false teeth. You know. I mean. I mean sorry. It's not funny but no but it but it's it's like that's not those aren't gonna fit your mouth there they there's a reason why the shape things so but it is and you know that just wanna stories then of course we hear you know the absolute you know. Dramatic numbers of percentage of people that have died of covid nineteen in the nursing and long term. Care homes is stratus. it's just a different stratosphere. From what the rest of the population has and you go. What how now why. How y you know. It's like that should be in you. Start peeling back that on and you go. Wow so that your point. That was at a an event. This was a few years ago where our research industry In toronto to study that. I think it was the five year study i think through research group and other stuff like that and they basically said that at least in of course was before the pandemic the twenty five percent of the jobs that exist today won't in twenty thirty now not because of economy problems through automation advances. And things like that. We don't need those jobs anymore. So a lot of people initially go. Are we all going to go on government assistance. Other jobs stout you just gave where it's like for every baby boomer. You need seven people to assist them. In and i know that i know what that is because you know my my late grandmother. She passed away about twenty years ago. I can't believe as far twenty years as fast as she had. Louis shit lewy body dementia which wired twenty four seven care for her in. She lasted seven years of twenty. Four seven care which was performed by my mom. My aunt and my two uncles had restaurant or graham in on fridays to give everybody a break so they did a rotation. They did that for seven years and years and she was completely bedridden. Couldn't speak moaned. it was horrible quality of life. And you know zach Debates about ending life earlier or anything like that because they obviously as a family chose not to go that path but there were five or six people involved all the time and they were grinding in working and all of this stuff and life is for anybody for anybody for the caregivers. Orly you know the you know the person taking care of so you know governments and bodies and all that stuff need to make sure that these types of roles that are needed right now not as the needed they were deeded longtime ago the and they demand has been there and it's like address those things and the opportunity for advances aging doing different things going. Okay how can we figure out a way to make sure that our generations like you said you know from the forties up okay. Let's start designing what things could look like to make life easier to deliver.

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"How to create entrepreneurial positions all of these new things that we've been able to do those skills are needed now more than ever before and the young people younger generations suspend especially the xs. And what. I'm sorry disease wise. They haven't had enough life experience to fall on their face enough to be resilient they will like all of us comes to to all of us sooner or later but if we bring that together we can deal with sustainability and climate change. I mean you talked about people moving to florida. You know hello. How long do you think you're going to live in. Florida sees rising. I mean this is no. We're not kidding. This is really serious. And i live in the northwest hills of connecticut. So i'm in a bubble. I don't even get hit. Thank god by all the issues of climate change. We probably will be at some point but not yet. We're inner as well but it's the air and it's big and people are forgetting about it. We have to deal with this now and that's going to take generations. We don't have time. There's no dress rehearsal for this one right. This is the future. So i want to bring something else when i hear a lot about from. Young people is what's the opportunity. Why bother who chairs. They really scared about all these things. That are pretty scary right. But i believe that it is one of the most optimal times for people to innovate to create new opportunities. Not only in the sustainability or climate change area but in the aging area. The amount of potential job opportunity is enormous. And it's a very exciting field. It's it's only it's like when we went to the moon we to space in everything. We learned out there or innovated new brought back to the whole population. It's the same thing with dealing with the aging population. And i say aging. I mean forty five. We're and we're all aging. I mean let's get over it. You know this is. That's what life is it's agent so if we can only own it and i want young people to realize there is so much opportunity so much both in climate change in the aging world. The innovation in technology in aging. That's going on now. Is is just beyond words and there's so much more room and i want to read some stats. Okay now. i'm not saying. Everybody wants to wipe out diaper payments in a long term care facility and i don't think they're going to be a lot of those nursing homes left afterwards anyway because we found out how badly run they are. I mean people in the field new but now everybody knows so. But here's some per some trends personal care and home. Healthcare jobs will be fifty percent of us workers by twenty twenty two. Now that was pre kovin fifty percent job. Growth will be up thirty eight percent in this whole aging and healthcare arena. We need five million jobs this year. We don't have them when when a filling them we need seven care workers for every one baby-boomer and.

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"It's like the old record store you know you're not gonna have dave brubeck next italica you might but then you've got somebody that is a little bit weird on generations but i from rice. I think that's a great idea because it's like okay. Yeah you listen to say. Somebody listens to metallica's like checkout dave brubeck or you know dave conflict. I'm jazz. Listen some blue listen to open it up. Open it up and gives you some new vision. It it's like a new prescription and it makes such a big difference in in having a more holistic view of how the world is because it's bigger than we can see and again the opportunities are there And i'm of course nothing would make me happier than have everything be opened and not not from a convenience standpoint life this life and i know a lot of people have been struggling with things and they may not be working more variety of things. And you you you want you want people to thrive you want people to grow but again. This is one of those opportunities sing. Okay yeah you you do some things during this time you can be better than you were before the pandemic kit and that's an opportunity that i really hope people take advantage of which is why. Now bring this up. Which is why. I'm starting the series of master courses. The first of which is called with the whole series is called future by design. Because it's time for us to be really conscious about the future we designed for ourselves and collectively and so this is what the course about because people need to take back and you. It's hard to do on our own. We have to take back our own agency. Authority about how we move through this world and what the world looks like for us and that's every group together as well as individual. Yeah and it's almost like this. Time is a a silver lining in this horrific pandemic an economic downturn. That we've been through our job economic return and i love e cummings quote. It's the eyes of my eyes are opened. The eyes of my eyes are opened. And that's what's happening. People are now seeing it for the first time we're their quality of life has been right. What really matters to them who really matters to them. And that we can't lose that it's such a gift to have been able to receive those of us that are still on the planet. My god look what we've received and that has to stay with us in value each other but mostly value ourselves. And that's been lost and i was thinking about it this morning when i thought about The title of of your podcast. Which is about burnout right. And these times are enormous burnout because of especially not. Only all of intersection analogy. But especially right now about ageism an age discrimination in age bias. And i say that across the age spectrum. I'm very much about ageless. Ness and being ageless across generations. You know you're either too young. You haven't had enough experience. What are we going to do with you or you too old. Let's get rid of eugene world norlander relevant and then everybody in the middle like gen xers alike. Where do we fit so we have to stop this. We just have to stop this and realized that there are gifts in all of this one thing. Baby boomers. I want them to realize Fifty plus let's say Because that's where the early rumors of the sorry the later bruma czar Is that you have learned through the great recession more than any other generation..

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"That are coming out her. A kind of amazing. I just got this from a new. Aarp study which. I was at first not keen on when it first came out because the numbers seemed really wacky But they've now updated them due to covid etc. And i just wanna share these with your audience because it's really exciting in many many ways first of all let me just get this back to baby boomers wanted to start. Sorry okay. so the fifty. Eight fifty plus age cohort. By the way i believe I work with people that are thirty five. And that's that's the majority of my audience but most of the demographers and an aging and longevity start with fifty for whatever reason so the fifty h court contributes eight point three trillion dollars to the us economy each year. That's forty percent of our gdp so we can't dismiss the value of our older population and are older workers. And are i believe that the future of work is going to be driven by the boomers and innovated by all the younger generations so together we will do that but the interesting part is in twenty thirty. When the first of the millennials are turning fifty we will be contributing twelve point six trillion to the us economy and when the gen xeres. My grandkids will be turning fifty. Then we'll be treating contributing twenty six point eight trillion to the economy so this tremendous value that most people who were forties and fifties have lost sight of and they need to take that back. We need to value ourselves as a concrete force for change in innovation in this country in the world. So that's my future future view about. People need to understand these demographics so they don't get lost in the shuffle. There's a lot of opportunity. It doesn't feel like it now because everything stuck in. Nobody knows where it's going. And that's the key thing is i love. I've heard the phrase. This is an opportunity for the great reset..

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"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome to the breakfast. Leadership show where we interview global thought leaders on business leadership in life. Here's your host keynote speaker. Bestselling author and chief burnout officer of the breakfast leadership network. I go eleven.

"sands" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sands" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"sands" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"sands" Discussed on AP News

"Sands national monument in southern New Mexico is now white sands national park white sands became the sixty second designated national park Friday with president from signing of the national defense authorization act for twenty twenty which included a provision on the redesignation white sands national monument was established in nineteen thirty three by president Herbert Hoover to preserve the white sands in additional features of scientific scenic and educational interest white sands sees hundreds of thousands of visitors every year more than any other park service location in New Mexico in twenty seventeen white sands logged more than six hundred thousand visits and spurred more than thirty one million dollars in spending for the local economy sales of newly built homes went up one point three percent in November compared to October A. P.'s at Shelley Adler reports it's a sign that low mortgage rates are pushing up purchases as well as prices the commerce department says new single family houses sold at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of seven hundred and nineteen thousand dollars last month so far this year new home sales have gone up just under ten percent the steady decline in mortgage rates is a big reason behind that increase but prices keep rising as the result of construction lagging demand the medium new home sales price was up seven point three percent from a year ago at some three hundred and thirty thousand dollars sure we have lower Washington he's gone from the joker to the living vampire Jerod letter who played the joker in suicide squad leads today's birthday around up now working on a movie adaptation of the Marvel character more VS I've always loved campers when I when I was a kid I remember being in my grandmother's house and Louisiana and you know the original the O. G. would come on just being pretty transfixed jerit let talking with variety he's forty eight she's one of two broke girls Beth Behrs now stars in the comedy series the neighborhood currently in season two it feels amazing I mean we were just so excited too because we all love each other and so when you leave for after the season every usually don't know if you're coming back or if we have to think about is the fact that we all get to come back together and make this incredible shall work we're so excited bears on CBS news she's thirty four and humor is David said terrorist known for his stories and books based on his own life says he's tried a lot of guys is over the years you know trying acting and now look I'm trying sculpture and now all of a sudden I'm a painter but you could kind of settle on being yourself completely yourself and have that be the thing that works said there is talking with the PBS newshour he sixty three and that's our birthday roundup for December twenty sixth I'm Bob Kessler I'm today was another day.

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"sands" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

Burn the Haystack

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"sands" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

"Yeah and a a rule without a principle is a bad rule and it should. It'd be questioned and you know I think in most cases it shouldn't be followed. Either you know. It's like the the Ten Commandments. A lot of times people look at them as just rubles but there are principles underlying those rules and the principle is You know that God wants us to be a better lover a lover of of of other people a lover of ourselves a lover of him And you can definitely keep the commandments in the letter of the law and hate yourself self or hate other people So you know what the principal and that's when I look at these verses I wanna find the principal let let's talk about it and I know that a lot of people that are against jewelry that think it's a morality issue You know they usually don't WanNa talk about it and my biggest thing is like l- let's have. Let's have some dialogue here. Truth will stand up to error Don't just shut out these types of conversations because what I have found in my ministry three is that the younger generation wants to dialogue about these things because they they're they're studying these things out and they're finding adding the principles and then they're seeing that the rules that have been put into play. Don't always line up with the principle that they find in scripture Yeah now that's very very associated. It always reminds me of like Gotcha journalism in a way like. Here's the texts. Ya Got Ya. Let's move on. I've got authority exactly. Yup Yup like you slap somebody in the face and then run run. Away is a good way to drive younger. Generations away from the faith Yeah towards it. Yeah so let's get another one Old Testament Isaiah three And and and really to get the full-contact you've got to look at at versus eighteen through through twenty three But I just want to look at the the The main actually. No you need to go back to verse fifteen so Isaiah. Three fifteen through twenty three is the full context but usually for those. I use this text to say Jewish wrong or sinful. They focused on versus eighteen through twenty three. Which says in that day the Lord will take away the finery the jingling anklets the scarves and the crescents the pendants bracelets and the veils headdresses the leg ornaments in the headbands? The perfume boxes the charms and the reins anes the nose jewels. The festival apparel and the mantles the outer garments the person in the mirrors the fine linen the turbans in the robes. uh-huh so that when you just read those verses seems like wow thirty upset about all of this stuff and he's GonNa get away. Yeah you know kind of funny there. There was an old old You know a law that the Pharisees followed the Sabbath. You could not look in the mirror because you might be tempted to maybe plus a gray hair and they consider that work so okay. So what is the context though these verses Verse Fifteen Sixteen and Seventeen tells us that all of the dorms are being removed because the people were crushing Russian each other and quote unquote grinding the faces of the poor. They were acting haughty hateful and prideful. So this was the issue not not adornment itself and so with that context in mind. I don't think it is smart to use this. I as a tax against jewelry and a dorm it but I also find it similar to the last text we looked at quite comical that most people who are against against jewelry zero in on the parts of these verses that specifically mentioned bracelets pendants ornaments anklets. But they don't have any problem with the people in Church that wear scarves over your reform of the church itself The ladies that have purses the AH find clothes that people wear the perfume and all of those are also taken away and this verse. They're they're gather with the jewelry and the adornment. So if if the jewelry and the adornment is sin than all these things have to go to. Yeah yeah no scarves and church. Anyone we don't have enough money money for echo of but no scouts and church anyway. Yeah so first Peter two nine now this. It doesn't necessarily speak on jewelry but I've heard it used a lot because I peter two nine. It's but you are chosen jump ration- royal priesthood. A holy nation. His what the King James Version says peculiar people that you may proclaim the praises of him. Who called called you out of darkness into his marvelous light who wants were not a people but are now the people of God who had not obtained mercy but now have obtained mercy so so that word peculiar? That's where the hangup comes from. And so this Greek word that is translated in the cage. Av as peculiar. It's this weird weird word. Perry Keri Poi- Agencies Perry policies and it has to do with possession and property pretty not anything strains stranger weird I personally think that's not the best translation in the KGB's and other translations pick up on that But if you don't believe that If you don't know the Greek you can look at other versus where this Greek word is used and in a Fijian's one word is translated purchase possession and in I only to fourteen. It's translated as to obtain So this verse. It makes the point that we are chosen royal holy and peculiar or Special is probably the best Translation that I had seen not because how we look doc but because we I re- refused mercy and then we accepted and obtained it so. This verse isn't talking about outward appearance at all yet. That's where most people jump with it. You know I heard that so many times with advocates right. We're we're supposed Sabih peculiar. We're supposed to be strange and weird when people look at us that way. That's a good thing we're living up to speed or Tunein. It's like magic on. Oh Man Yeah. I've thought about that too. I mean people being there. It's like some people strive to be peculiar more for the sake of being peculiar rather rather than Maseko following Christ in a way. Yeah I duNno they hold up the things that make them peculiar in modern society rather than the things that would really make them peculiar which is actually meant the way that we love one another but yeah yeah that that's the point. People want to be strange peculiar because they think that that is what show does the world that they are truly Christians but John Thirteen thirty five. Let's of snow that the way we let people know Christian does not because of our our appearances appearances as you said because we love one another. And that's hard to do right when someone's attacking you and telling you you're going to hell because you're wearing a wedding ring by we're still called to love one another and You know I rarely hear anybody used these tax and condemn the dress of another Christian. A loving way. Yeah no it's much easier for me to feel good about myself not wearing a wedding band or jewelry or eating Vegan as opposed to mate or whatever have a dense actually do real sacrificial love to my brother and sister or heaven forbid somebody who I have nothing in common with you know out in the world old quote unquote right so something else that I hear a lot is this question will. Didn't the children of Israel take off their their jewelry in the wilderness. And yes but that's exactly where the problem came from. God told them to put the jewelry on when they left Egypt. They didn't taken off as a way of showing their allegiance to God. In fact they took it off for the opposite reason right. They believed that God had abandoned them. Moses was dead somewhere way up on that mountain so they took off their jewelry brought it to Aaron and said Hey make us a God make us a golden calf with this story and then exodus thirty three versus three three through four. It tells us that they didn't keep their jewelry off because they now thought it was evil but instead they were morning at what they had done. You know this is a cultural thing similar to America when you go to a funeral. The cultural thing is you wear black you know. It's a sign of mourning and then they donated native much of their jewelry. As a free will offering to exodus tells us to help build the Tabernacle to make it look nice to adorn it. But they didn't give it all all the way because a lot of these verses that were about to look at speaking positively about jewelry they take place after the fact and the children of Israel real jewelry on again. Yeah no that's interesting. That's super interesting all right. So let's if you if you you have anything else you want to add to that feel crazy. Yeah let me let me touch on one. More I Peter Three three three or four. Do not let your dormant. It'd be merely outward arranging the hair wearing gold or putting on fine apparel rather let it be the hidden person of the heart with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit it which is very precious in the sight of God and so the word merely is extremely important. Here do not let your dorm. It be merely outward so we shouldn't be wearing outward adornment to try and hide a roth or loud or abusive inward spirit in other words. Don't let your outward appearance be a crutch for a judgmental spirit that you're holding inside snap you know. Yeah Yeah and those that condemn the this. No they use this verse to Condemn Jewelry. They seem to skip over the parts in this verse. Once again like that I I we looked at About making your hair look nice or wearing our sabbath best. Because that's what happens when you are arranging your hair or putting on fine apparel. Yeah I mean it's funny because in many of the verses that you've already mentioned you could just as easily switch out jewelry with a nice suit and the the principal would still be applied out against really nice tie or a pinstripe suit. Even though that is obviously a point of pride for so many people go to church every Saturday or every Sunday I look how good I look I mean my sabbath best. I mean my Sunday best. And it's it's the same spiritual condition of like pride and look how great I am sort of thing which is just as equally bad. Yeah I mean really pride I think is the root of every sin and I believe. It's the the root of sin in general. That's how it started right. It is pride someone wanting to be like God. That's right. Yeah so these these clock we're taxed And I'm sure that many people listening to this they've heard these and navy. They've been clobbered by them. So what I want to do and I try to help educate people that have these struggles with jewelry Point to some of these other verses that maybe.

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