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Fresh update on "sarah" discussed on Unabridged

Unabridged

00:40 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sarah" discussed on Unabridged

"Hi i'm ashley. I'm jan and i'm sarah and we are unabridged. The podcast where teachers take on books. Join us each week for bookish episodes and check out our website unabridged pod dot com where you can find lots of new bookish content every week find this on instagram facebook and twitter at unabridged pod and message us there or see our website to get plugged into the unabridged community. You want opinions about books. We've got him. Hi and welcome to you. Teaching tidbits number twenty two. This is ashley here with you today. And i am so excited to talk with you today about the calm app last teaching tibet. Sarah talked about the importance of self care. And especially how important that is right now as we are continuing to endure a very challenging situation in the classroom and so i wanted to add onto that and just kind of expand another way that another resource available to teachers that you might or might not be familiar with. That can be great for you personally and also great to use in your classroom. I actually touched on this one very briefly early on in the teaching tidbits when i talked about mindfulness and books that promote mindfulness in the classroom that was teaching tidbit number. Four and i just mentioned how much i love the call map and find it really useful in the classroom and also at home. I have of now five and seven year old and we use the comb up every day. So i'm a big fan. And i just really wanted to share a few things with you about it. I if you sign up. I will link this in the show notes but if you sign up as a teacher there's a couple of extensive resources that are free and available to you that you can download one is focused on self care for educators and the other is thirty days of mindfulness in the classroom and so those are available to teachers. There is a more limited free version of the calm app and it includes mindfulness activities meditation. There's kinds of things. Poor kids of all ages. It is more limited. The premium version has a lot more to choose from and it is forty percent offer educator so i think it winds up being around forty two dollars a year if you choose to subscribe to that as an educator and again that's available and the link that provide for how to get started with that but the main thing i wanted to share is just that what i love so much about the particularly the meditations and the activities for kids so there are ones that use famous characters like thomas the train or still water from the tv series and it helps them on. Poppy his on there from trolls. And what i love. Is that the meditations teach kids how to handle their emotions in a way that both accepts the emotion and also worked through it. And i really appreciate that. I've shared many times in our regular. Podcast that i am a really passionate person. I am quick to anger. And i've had to work really hard as an adult to work through those emotions and both to accept that part of myself and also to find a way to manage that. And what i love is that even though there are a lot of different characters there are different. People who do the recordings all of them have that central focus on the breath on the way that we can ground ourselves. Connect ourselves to nature and that through doing that we can call them ourselves and feel more at ease and i find the so effective. We like i said at home. I use the ones for younger children with my kids. But they do have ones for all ages and they are ranked according to age so that you can get a good sense of. What would be best for your students in your classroom. There's also a daily coal meditation that you can tune into any time and those are new daily and so that's a great practice. I am not great about doing it every day. But i do love to tune into those and i find it very soothing to listen to them and to go through the meditation with the guide and all of that i just think is really great so i wanted to mention that today because i think that as the world around us continues to feel so uncertain there is a lot of comfort in training ourselves and our students and our classroom as a community to work through the feelings that we have and to have some coping mechanisms in place for when things feel uncertain and i just have really relied on that so much especially after the start of the pandemic with my own kids and have found it really effective so i just wanted to highlight that app if you have not explored it before you can download the free version and see what is available for yourself and also for your students and i just can't say enough about how much i love it. I will say that at home. We use the sleep stories as well. And i use them sometimes when i am struggling to sleep and then also my girls really loved to use them when they're going to bed and those they are always adding to you and i'm really impressed with them. They would be a great activity. That could be done in the classroom. It doesn't have to be at sleep time but it could be a rest especially with younger kids if you have a time that you're looking to have quiet time. Maybe it's after lunch. And they just need a break and you would like to have a guided activity. They like. I said they're always coming out with new ones. They recently came out with a minion story. That mike it's absolutely love. There are several thomas. The train stories are several poppy stories so again. All of those geared toward younger kids there are plenty of stories on there that are more appropriate for teenagers and for adults. But i just wanted to share that. Those resources are available as well. So if you go to the show notes you can click on the links to get started with those things but again on your phone. You could download the app and sign up for the free version and just check out. What's available but i just really wanted mention that as a follow up to what sarah said. That is certainly helped me through some hard days throughout the pandemic. And i just wanted to share with you because i love having those routines in place and having those anchors and things that i know that i can turn to to help navigate a difficult situation. Thanks so much for listening today. I just wanted to remind you that we do have teachers pay teachers store and if you are looking for classroom resources check out. The teachers pay teachers. Store were just unabridged. Podcast on their war. You can go to our website. Unabridged pod dot com and under support us. You can connect to our store and we're always looking for things that people are interested in having more of so let us know. If there's something you have in mind you can drop us an email or message us on social media at on bridge pod and let us know a resource. That might be helpful for you. Thanks so much for listening. Do you have comments or opinions about what you heard today. We'd love to hear them. You can find us on instagram. Facebook and twitter at unabridged pod or on the web at unabridged pod dot com for ways to support us to get more involved. You can sign up for our newsletter. Join a buddy. Read or become an ambassador. Thanks for listening to unabridged..

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"sarah" Discussed on VS

VS

08:01 min | 6 d ago

"sarah" Discussed on VS

"A niece got on stage and did that column of his that ends with her backbone is a plum. Her backbone is a plum. And it was the most silent a room I've ever experienced. The room of poets, like, couldn't breathe. So those are the two live performances that I got to witness better just like stay with me forever. Yeah. Goosebumps on my arm. And I guess the last one that I'll say is oh my God, that was such a long answer. I know we're all good, it's good. It's good. The only last one is best thing for somebody to tell you after a show. Whatever is true to that. I will tell you that no one will ever top the woman who was pregnant and started going into contractions during a show and waited for the show to be finished. So that she could get our book signed before she went to the hospital. Oh my gosh. And so we got to the merch table and her wife nicely asked if they could cut the line. That's because they had to go to the hospital. And I was like, oh my God. And she was so calm. I'm timing up the contractions on my little app. Like, I'm good. No worries, and I was like, my heart to have an after show. Did they name the baby after you? Like, what the fuck do? It's just John no matter the wreckage. I was so much more stressed than they were. Oh my God. Well, Sarah, you want the game? Amazing. The pregnancy, too, somehow. That's incredible. Game two. All right, so this is this versus that. We're gonna put two things in a round of fist the cuff. So you tell us who would win in a fight, okay? In today's this versus that. And this corner, we have ten Sarah. Okay. And in that corner, we have two Sarah K's. With luggage full of bricks. Either stay inside of the luggage or they could be pulled from the luggage and lost at the Sarah's, okay? So it's like ten inside Sara's. Versus two. Sarah Kay's with suitcases full of bricks. First of all, just any number of me more than the one. A terrible idea. Do you know what I mean? We do not need more of this is what I'm saying. Just the one. Enough. Ten is so many. But the other ones have bricks and they're prepared to be in the outside world. They're at the top of the game. Yeah. Yeah, I do think that I wanna believe in inside Sara's because let me tell you what, inside Sarah has been working out. Yeah, I run now, which is absurd. Shout out to 14 year old me who could not finish the mile in gym class. And they were like, well, the period is over now. This is done, but it's okay. We'll just Mark you down that you completed it even though you did it. So inside Sara has really been learning how to be in her body. So times ten, that feels promising. But if I'm being really honest, the inside Sara would just immediately be fighting each other. There would be just a lot of in the ranks fighting. You know what I mean? They could not even notice that Sarah K is even beer bye. They're just fully fully fighting each other at all times. So really, Sarah Kate wouldn't even have to lift a brick. We were like, show up and be like, oh, this looks messy. You know what? Let's take care of that themselves. So I do think that the two staircase would come out victorious as well. And that one book. Yeah, well. Okay. Amazing. Well, you won that game. I mean, great. Yeah, you won it. So Sarah's one. I think we all the Sarah was lost. That's more like it. Okay, cool. So now we're going to ask, we're going to play our last game, which is called this versus something else, where we'll ask you if you want to stay in this reality or join an alternate reality that we've created for you. So Sarah, would you rather stay here in whatever this is or be in a world where an invisible audience applauds? Every time you do something great, but also that same invisible audience booze when you do something crappy. Yeah, that sounds terrible. No, thank you. What the heck? Absolutely. That's like literally what social media is. You've already got that. But it wouldn't be bad. It wouldn't be worth it for the applause? No. When you just make a good frittata and then an audience is like, yeah. No, no. But do you get booed if you burn the fritta? Yeah, exactly. Go, no. No, thank you. I'm trying to separate from audiences. You know what I mean? I'm trying to live audience free. That was a lot hard question at all. So easy. Okay, wait, can I modify what if the audience can applaud? And there's a laugh track. Also, so when you make a joke, then they laugh. Also terrible. It's never no. Yeah, yeah, 'cause it would be like, oh, that's like a fake laugh track. Yeah, now you're just like, this life was lived in front of a live studio audience. And I was like, yeah, yeah. Get that. No, it's outta here. I'm spinning this reality. We gotta make this decade better, pretty. We gotta stick around. Amazing. Well, I think that you've also won that game. One day, too. You want all three of the games? Yeah, I think I might be taken. I might take the applaud blue reality. I'm just gonna say it. Really? Yeah. Yeah, I think my love of applause and my fear of getting booed would make me the best person ever. Yeah, also because I think that sometimes you could use a boo. I couldn't use a bowl. When you're like, should I go to the orgy in the pandemic? And an audience is like, boo. Like maybe that would be helpful. That just sounds like what is it right shoulder? Yeah yeah, yeah, shoulder devil. Yeah, yeah, yeah. The audience thing is so stressful because it's like so many. I'm already nervous about trying to please and do good by whoever I think is coming for the report card. But to have many of them be like, how do I even know? How do I know how to appeal to all of these invisible audience members? Oh my God, what if they can have a mixed reaction? Audiences are not unanimous. Some persons like boo in the back and you're like, oh no. I thought that was a good one..

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Fresh update on "sarah" discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:08 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sarah" discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"Taking questions at a live town hall in Baltimore, but in got into the nitty Gritty of the reconciliation negotiations. Speaking about his mix of frustration and respect for senators Joe Manchin and Kirsten sinema, with surprising candor, he also made some news about the particulars of the bill at this point in time. In but not reduced, paid family leave, said Biden, it is down to four weeks. We can't get 12 weeks. In the details to be decided the child attacks credit by an announced his opposition to a work requirement despite major support of one and stated that middle class families will not have to pay more than 7% of their income on child care. Likely out Medicare coverage of dental vision and hearing. Biden said he believed that ancient and cinema opposed its inclusion. As a compromise, he suggested an $800 voucher for dental care, sounds like it's out tax increases on corporations and wealthy Americans. He penned some of the blame here on cinema. Quote, she will not raise a single penny in taxes on the corporate side or on wealthy people, period. And so that's where it sort of breaks down, and out, tuition free community college. Biden cited opposition from Manchin and one other person we're gonna cinema is the reason why. Still, you've got to get it done, perhaps by expanding pell grants. Quote, I guarantee you, we're going to get free community college in the next several years. Meanwhile up on Capitol Hill, Politico Sarah Ferris Marianne Levine and Nicholas whoo have a readout on the state of play in today's playbook. Here's a quick excerpt on the areas of agreement, cinema spoke for roughly a half hour with committee chair Richard Neal, who was a major player on tax issues in the Bill, Richard Neal had this to say afterward. We were in full agreement on the policy achievement, and she's in unreal. She's in on the issue of child credit, and she's in on family medical leave. And that's the way she ranked them. Cinnamons also agreed to provisions in each a President Biden's four proposed revenue categories. International, domestic corporate, high net worth individuals, and tax enforcement, providing sufficient revenue to fully pay for a budget reconciliation package. In the range that's currently being discussed. And the disagreements that still remain. Some of the largest remaining obstacles include paid leave, Medicare expansion, prescription drug pricing, and climate, according to Democrats familiar with the discussions. All issues that risk alienating key factions of the party. Here's what's up in Washington today, starting with The White House, and 9 30 a.m. eastern, president Joe Biden will receive the president's daily brief. At 8 p.m., Biden will depart The White House to head to Wilmington Delaware where he scheduled to arrive at 8 55. Here's what's on the vice president's calendar. At ten O 5, the vice president will depart D.C. to head to New York City. There shall deliver marks on the administration's agenda at the northeast Bronx YMCA. Harris will depart New York to return to D.C.. The White House COVID-19 response team and public health officials will brief it 11 a.m.. Press secretary Jen Psaki will briefed one 30. The house will meet at 9 a.m. to take up the providing urgent maternal protections for nursing mothers act. With first and last vote, expected between ten 45 a.m. and noon, the Senate is out today. All right, that's all I've got for you today, former news and what's breaking in D.C. right now. Subscribe to the playbook newsletter. That's out. Politico dot com slash playbook. Our music is composed by brake master cylinder. Playbooks editors might sampler, Jenny Ahmed is Politico's senior producer of audio. The executive producer head of audio is Irene Noguchi. I'm maguma of all and have a great weekend. We'll see you first thing, Monday morning. Google keeps more people safe online than anyone else, with products that are secure by default, private by design and put you in control. Everyday Google blocks a 100 million phishing attempts checks the security of 1 billion saved passwords and.

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"sarah" Discussed on VS

VS

07:43 min | 6 d ago

"sarah" Discussed on VS

"Well. And it helps me whether I'm like at the front of a classroom or I'm on a stage or I'm hosting a dinner party or that's one of the skills I think I have. And when we first started going into virtual space, the first thing I realized is that it is impossible. To read a room through a Zoom space. Because you literally can not even make eye contact with someone. But what would happen is that my brain would send out all of the same questions it always has, which is like, did that joke land is so and so okay, do we need to have a moment of levity? Should we get serious for a second? Is this landing? You know, like all of those hosting impulses, my brain would send out all those questions, but it could not get the information back, and because it could not get the information back, I was suddenly thrown into this spiral of self doubt, which was like, wait, maybe I actually can't read a room, like maybe I can't do this at all. And then once that started to crumble, it was like, wait, maybe I'm also a terrible fret. Maybe like, I really thought I was, I knew how to do these things. And I was doing a good job of but maybe maybe I'm trash. And, you know, there were so many days, so I was like, try to write this big nonfiction project, and it's like so hard to feel like you're getting anywhere. And it just felt like a lot of failures. So that was happening at the same time that the one external validation machine that I used to have, which was a roomful of people being like, you succeeded. At St. Paul's for an hour. That was also God. But I was like, oh, no. What if what if I can't succeed at anything? Like, what if actually all of this is has been lying to myself this whole time. So that was like at the bottom of the bucket when it was Sarah really in the ring with herself, you know. Phew, yeah, not great. I was in a classroom with students for the first time in a long, long year yesterday. And I made a joke and they laughed. In real time and I heard each and every one of them laugh and I was like, she's so I became within two minutes like addicted readick to this feeling, and I just made so many jokes. And afterward, I felt like I could fight a Tiger. I was like, I can do anything I can do. Anything. Yeah. I was like, actually, maybe like a little bit too much for me. It was very much like boy eats too much cake. It's too big for him to eat. Energy. Yeah. But I did not realize how underrated it was until it had a little taste of it again yesterday. How needed like a useful drug to manage the fuckery of being alive in America. It is to have people applaud for you. In real time. It's also been first bad. And then useful to be like, okay, cool. So now no one's clapping. So what if you never perform again? Now what? Yeah, totally. That's not why I got into poetry in the first place. That's not the part of poetry I love. If anything, the part of the performing that I love is after a show when I'm standing outside the theater and I get to meet people and someone is like, this is my first time ever at a poetry show or my boyfriend dragged me here or I've come to every show you've ever given in this geographic radius or like that experience is the thing that I love the most. That allowed me to kind of zero in and be like, right, like the thing that you actually love. Is the sharing part. And the reminding yourself how poetry is this invisible thread that so many people are holding on to and oftentimes like the only thing they have in common is poetry. But people from all different walks of life gravitate towards poetry for different reasons and respond to different poems, obviously in different poets. But in the time when I was able to go literally all over the world and meet people who were building lives around poetry, the thing that I was constantly in love with was getting to see the way that people share poems with each other and what poetry can open for people and how you arrive to poetry at exactly the right time that poem got to you exactly when it needed to get to you. And part of why I love the different moments and projects in my life where I am getting to either curate or amplify other poets that joy of getting to watch someone be like, oh my God, I needed this poem right now. It's like, that's what I feel. Every time I read a poem that shakes my whole life up, I'm like, oh my God, like this, I needed this poem so bad right now. And so getting to attempt to recreate that experience for other people is such a such a joy. And I don't need a clapping room full of people to do that. I can do that in other spaces. And I can continue sharing poems in whatever medium has to be. And of course I miss live performance sometimes. And of course, there's something irreplaceable about that. But also it was a great opportunity for me to learn again about attention and I was receiving a lot of attention in this way, and then it went away. And I was like, cool. Now what? Like, what do I do? What attention do I actually want and what attention am I giving these things? And at first the absence of that room of people clapping, I think I realized I had started building like a pavlovian relationship to it, and then when it was gone, it was as opportunity for growth or at least an opportunity for self reflection, which I am grateful for. It is so important to me that it doesn't seem that I'm not coming off as though the Sarah K that the world has access to is somehow a prison or a burden or something I resent or anything like that. It is a 100%. Well, maybe not a 100%. But I would say definitely largely like the luckiest thing. It's also hard work. It's also a responsibility. It's also not in conflict with Sarah the human. It's just part of the universe of me. And sometimes I'm over there and sometimes I'm here and I've gotten to be here for a year and a half after a long stretch of time of not having a lot of time to be Sarah the human. So I'm grateful for that and I'm also a little bit nervous about what happens when I have to find my way back to that side of the universe. But I think it's all lucky or I feel very lucky for it. And it's just work that I have to do and be serious about so that I don't feel unbalanced or resentful or inauthentic or any of the things.

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"sarah" Discussed on VS

VS

07:02 min | 6 d ago

"sarah" Discussed on VS

"But you know, and it's always like a strange moment too when you meet someone in the world who's like, I love your work or I'm really familiar with your work or whatever and they feel an intimacy with that person, Sarah gay, but it's based on a very curated set of crowds. I don't think that they're feelings are incorrect or foolish, but also what's more beautiful about that is it's about their relationship with the poetry and where they are in their life and where they have reached these poems and what those poems have meant to them in their life and much less to do in that particular interaction with Sarah, the human sitting in her living room writing poems. And so I think being able to both honor that and have really meaningful positive interactions with people after shows that I don't feel are like false or fake or their interacting with, I don't know. A false version of me. It's not that it's just, I think for my own, so that I can be Sarah and write poems that Sarah wants to write and not have the Sarah Kay profession in the room when I'm when I'm just trying to sort through my own honest self. I think I do have to be able to differentiate that a little bit. And because I've gotten to be so alone. With myself for a year plus, I don't know how it's going to go back into that space, you know, my instinct is that I want to be protective instinct, is that not all of the poems I've been writing that have been scraping scraping the bottom of my self container. That not all of those need to be for the world, you know, that I don't need to hand those out that it's okay that some of those poems were for Sarah and not for Sarah Kay. Not really just sounding. This is I'm like Gemini, you know, like you know, Gemini. Of course. Of course. Are you giving textbook for a second? Yeah. But this is real though. I feel like maybe talks about it a couple of times on this show. Like there is the performative self that does the tours and that is I think it's I don't think we talk often enough about how exhausting it is to be a performative version of yourself, especially like a very young age. I also have the Danes Smith who you know goes to like, you know, whatever the fuck university. And only as ever allowed to have a good day. Or can have a crappy day but in a very particular context where they probably say something very powerful. About why it's a bad day. And then still has to go and do the 30 minutes of poetry followed by Q&A. It's been trippy to say the least, I think, to spend so much time away from the self. That is the poet. And not even the poet because the poet who writes the poems is a weird, crusty, stinky. Mother effort, you know? Like the Pope. But the poet who performs the poems does have a certain grace and a certain performative spirit of I don't even want to say like delight, but of like, that's the part of I think we want to talk about how that's entertainment, right? And I just can't be my stank self today because I have to do this thing well enough to probably be invited back or that you tell your friend at the partner institution that I was really great because that's where bills come in. You know, I feel like we don't talk about how and all that shit is away from poetry, right? And we spend so much time doing that. Isn't it wild how many jobs there are in the job of poet? If you had told me, like, oh, you want to be a poet? Cool, cool, cool. You should also learn how to be an accountant, a brand manager, a producer, a stage manager, you gotta be a life coach, you gotta be a motivational speaker. You gotta be a makeup artist. You gotta be a stylist. You know, and to be clear, I feel so un reasonably lucky. That that's the life that I get to lead, right? The Sarah Kay that the world experiences. It's not that that's not me. I learn from that Sarah K like that Sarah K is a lot more confident. That's Sarah K looks great on stage, you know what I mean? Like, outfits, cute makeup, right? And also like that Sarah Kay is like more optimistic and more. Yeah, I don't know. I learned things from Peter and sometimes that's her K is like aspirational even, you know? So I feel beyond the moon that I get to do that and get to pick up that work and that part of me and step into that part of me. That's unreal and every day I'm like, one day they're gonna figure out that you've been out here making a life for yourself as a poet and they're gonna be like, that's not allowed. So I feel so lucky. It's not an or it's like an and, you know? And also, in order for it to not be exhausting and in order for it to stay genuine. I also need to have the Sarah who is crusty and her apartment trying to write these poems, you know? One of the things that was a wild is like, it is true that I entered poems and love poetry before anything about performance or audiences ever came into my life. And then the TED Talk and then more performing and that is now a huge or was a huge part of my life. And it is true. That I may be inadvertently built a life for myself where several times a month, rooms full of people would clap for me. You'd say I was sad in these particular ways and people clapped. Like I didn't think about that. You know, that wasn't why I was doing this work. But it was a part of my life for a long time. And then all of a sudden, I went inside. And that was God. And not only was that gone, but like so many other things were also being added on top of it. There are very few things in my life that I feel genuine confidence in. One of them is I feel confident that I love my Friends and that they know I love them that I'm like good at loving the people I love. The other thing I'm confident in is I know how to read a room pretty.

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"sarah" Discussed on VS

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07:19 min | 6 d ago

"sarah" Discussed on VS

"Out her brain and her heart and her life. Like those are kind of different, not kind of. Those are like very different and allowing them to exist and not conflict with each other is really important. And I think that I'm hopefully in a better place to be able to like hold that. I will say I've had a year plus where Sarah Kay has been on sabbatical because there's been no performances. You know what I mean? Like, there's been no traveling. The version of me that is the one that is more out in the world has gotten to rest. And so because of that, Sarah the human has gotten to spend a lot of time writing these little poems for her uncertainty. And for her self doubt and not had to think about whether or not these poems are going to be in the world or for the world or performed ever. And I think maybe I shared that poem with you today because I was like, I don't know if this poem will ever be performed. So here's a little space that it should be. Just not with the 12 year olds, right? Well, yeah, I mean, it depends on the 12 year old, I think. Do you think somebody has lost their rigidity to button poetry? Has that happened yet? Oh, no. I'm sure. I'm sure. That's a real risky move because if you put on the like auto player or whatever, really, a whole bunch of not sexy times. I'm sure somebody has gotten penetrated for the first time. Wow. Off of like a Pepsi group piece. No. No. No. Boo. I mean, this isn't making out of the podcast, hopefully. But somebody is definitely like corny invited somebody over to like watch spoken word together, and it has like roll kept rolling. I mean, you know, it's like we're joking, but I do have a poem about my vibrator. And it's like in the world and you can find it. I don't know when that film was put out into the world. I can't remember whether I was worried, obviously not worried enough to not share it. And there's a balance between being aware of young people and what they are finding and also how would I phrase this? Like, I don't want to lie. To young people either, you know? Like, that doesn't serve anybody. I've only ever written poems about where I am. So I started when I was 14 and I have poems that sound like a 14 year old wrote them because she did. And then I have poems that sound like an 18 year old wrote them because she did. And then, you know, as I've gotten older, what I think about and what I write about is accurate to where I am if I were trying to write poems for 18 year olds. Specifically now, I think they would feel inauthentic. I'm 33 and if I were meditating on a topic that isn't appropriate for an elementary school audience, I would trust that elementary school teachers and parents would not bring those pawns there. But I'm not going to not write about, you know, what I need to. I've just always used poems as ways to build little landmarks in the sand about where I am at a given moment. And I don't want to not build that little landmark no matter what the topic is because I'm hiding it from myself or anybody else. You don't have to come visit it. But I still gotta build it, you know? Right. This is a poetic somewhere between like Lil Nas X and like Naomi, she have nigh, you know? Whereas no Liz X right was like somebody who got like sort of adopted by kindergartners. In a song where he was literally talking about adultery and sex and weed. And then quickly had to come out and be like, I'm not for your fucking kids. You know? Like, I'm gay. Let me be. And like Naomi, who is like the young people's poet laureate, but like definitely has books that reach outside of that audience, you know? And I think maybe as a model of I can care about young people in terms of my attention to young people without wearing what I think maybe sometimes is sort of like a creative boundary or shackle or whatever you want to call it. That is sort of saying that you're going to write for children's audience, right? Because sometimes, you know, that is an interesting territory, right? Can Jason Reynolds release a sex novel? I don't know, because we do love this stuff, but who's to say he can't, and who's to say that we can't do it all? I feel like kids grow up. You know what I mean? Like the readers who are like 12 when they first heard your poems are like 22 now. And what kind of poems do they need? Totally. And it's important to say that no one is asking me not to write no one, no parent, no teacher has been like, listen, you gotta only write poems for you. No one has made that request. And so it would just be a self imposed limitation, which I don't need to do, you know? Naomi is like the absolutely a model and, you know, legend. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Are there things that you've learned from inside Sarah that you think are going to come back into outside Sarah? Like, are there things that inside Sara can teach outside Sarah? Man, what a great question. I don't know. I think I'll find out when I have to step back into Sarah Kay out in the world. So KTM. Yeah, yeah. I don't know. I mean, I think I'm sure both of you have this too, which is to say that the strangeness of what we do is that we write these poems that are ours that are true that are vulnerable that are personal that are close to ourselves. And then the ones that make it out into the world and onto stage or onto video or onto the Internet, are some of those, but certainly not all of them. And then the outside world watches those videos, reads those poems, and they construct a version of franny joy and a version of the Smith, but those are constructed based on these tiny little breadcrumbs that have been pretty carefully curated and laid out on a platter and is missing the rest of the loaf. You know what I mean? Yeah, I'm mostly like butt piece, you know, real piece over here. Right, right. And it's here. Okay..

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"sarah" Discussed on VS

VS

06:53 min | 6 d ago

"sarah" Discussed on VS

"That? What does it look like to you when you have a band in that control? What does it look like for you to still be acting like you in control? Right. Right. I would say that something that I have been focusing on a lot in my life as a person before I get to my life as a writer or an artist, but Sarah the human. I think a lot about time and attention because I think that those are the things that are non replenishable resources and they are the things that I have to give. And I think it started to become really something I paid attention to back when I was traveling all the time because I used to travel constantly and I realized that I had all these people in my life who I love. And I would be like, oh, I think about that person all the time. Oh, I missed that person so much all the time. But that person doesn't know that and can't experience me thinking of them or loving them or missing them from afar. And the only thing that they can experience is when I take the time to show that these things, right? So when I was traveling a lot, that meant, you have to call them. You have to text them. You have to be in communication. You have to send them a gift in the mail, you know. And I think in general, what I put my time and my attention towards is the measurement of what I care about and what is meaningful to me. And sometimes that can be in a unwieldy category that I have no control over, right? So when I have really bad spirals of anxiety, I've losing a lot of time and my attention is on something that I really wish it wasn't like that. Time and attention back. But when I can be intentional about it. And when I have control over what I'm putting time and attention into, that feels important and special. And so I'm thoughtful about those things. And then if that's what's happening in my life is Sarah, then when I turn towards art making or poetry writing similarly, I think about time and attention in the poem, what am I asking someone to pay attention to in this poem? And what am I spending time on? I used to talk about palms and say like, oh yeah, all my palms are a celebration, even the ones where I'm angry or even the ones and I'm sad. I'm celebrating that emotion. But I don't actually think celebration maybe is nuanced enough anymore. I think it's more like I'm taking time with something and I'm putting attention on these different moments. And then in performance, I am very aware of the fact that this room of people have taken time out of their dwindling lives to sit with me and my poems and I have the ability to call their attention to certain moments and questions and thoughts and I want to be able to earn that time. I want them to walk away from a show and go, wow, that was time well spent. It's a real gift when someone gives you their time and attention. I think now we've got so much conversation about the monetizing of attention and clicks for eyeballs and all that. So it's not like we don't know how valuable attention is and how valuable people's time and attention is. And I think being thoughtful about that and where that comes up in this column, for example, there's a line in here about a constellation that I'm insisting into existence. And I really do sometimes think about poem making as constellation building because in a poem, I'm like, okay, I want you to look at this star and this star this star and now it's a bear. And everyone in the audience goes, it is a bear. Look at that bear, you know? And that's like a huge amount of trust that they're giving me to say like, yes, I believe in the constellation that you're that you've created for me based on the stars you've chosen to direct my attention to. And I think where the uncertainty comes in is I've been working on this big nonfiction project for a long time. And I have realized that when I was writing poems for years and years and years, I didn't realize that I had this confidence where I was like, yeah, it is a bear, duh, like no one questions me in my poem about the constellation I'm building because I'm the authority on this. So when I say is true, it's my poem. But that's not how nonfiction works. In nonfiction, I'm like researching and researching and researching. And then I'm like, oh no, what if I'm pointing to these three stars and those are the wrong stars or what about someone else is going to pick up this book and be like, I can't believe you forgot about this whole other part of the sky. Like you didn't even talk about this star at all. And I just heard something or you're pointing up being like, that's hydrogen and someone's like, no, it's not. Right. So all of my confidence like flew out the window. And then because I felt so much uncertainty in my authority in the nonfiction space, then all of a sudden I looked back at poetry and was like, oh, no. Wait a second. You thought you had authority over there too? Like, wrong. So that's the long answer to where is that uncertainty coming from? And just maybe being a little bit more honest about, yes, I've been stumbling through poetry for a long time and maybe thought that like, yeah, because I've been a poet this long, like when I say this is a bear, it is a bear, but like, maybe not or not, not even maybe not because I don't know if there's an answer. I guess it's more like a little bit more humility to say maybe the poems that I've been creating when they enter the space where they belong to other people. Maybe I have to also just remember that other people have a relationship to those poems and other people have experiences of those poems too, and there's a responsibility in what I'm asking people to pay attention to when those poems exist beyond me. That doesn't mean I can't and don't write like little poems about whatever for myself. But I do think that me realizing that there's this audience of humans who who is listening to a poem and then feeling things are thinking about things and being directed in certain directions and taking on.

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"sarah" Discussed on VS

VS

08:16 min | 6 d ago

"sarah" Discussed on VS

"Great. To kind of break you down and then build you back up. Thank you, Friday. I wish that I had met. No, you don't. Baby Poe. I do. I don't know if we would have been friends, but I wish I had met them. I don't think 16 year old for any as we get a lot. I think if I was baby Denise, you would need to be my mentor, you know? We can't be the same age anymore. You gotta be 22. 22 year old me was my messiest self, I think. So I think that we would have gotten along, great. Great. TBH. I'm speaking of our past selves. I mean, I love thinking actually about 16 year old Denise. I appreciate the opportunity to think about 22 year old franny, though I don't necessarily love that experience, but have you been hanging out with some other versions like other Danes lately? You know, like we have like a multiplicity of cells, right? Is there like an altar Denise that you've been that you've been kicking it with? Yeah, I think I actually have maybe been hanging out with like maybe like 16, 15, 14 year old and that is a little bit lately. I think moving to a new place for this year has made me a little bit like a calmer Shire version of myself, right? I don't know her. It's like new school, you know? And so like, you know, I think I'm like, when I think about when I truly in my element, I think I am like way too loud and maybe my arms flail a little bit too much and you know, I have like the energy of a too much tall person and a small person's body. But I think like, you know, like, even like walking around, like my neighborhood or like going to new bars or going to new skating rinks and like, you know, not really like knowing people. Like, I think I have been a little shy or even at skating like it took me a couple of sessions to like really like be a faggot like that. I was like, feeling it out. I was like, how can I like you know like twerk my little butt here without getting a lot of disdain? And it was iffy for a while. And I feel like this is the most myself I've been here yet. And it was good to know that I'm still shy and that like spaces where I feel safe in myself are still earned. And I think that's because I've been like places where I feel very comfortable for so long, but it's been good, I think, to feel vulnerable again. And it adds value to those spaces that I love because I'm like, okay, I still move through the world shyly sometimes, you know? And I think I like to think about myself as such like a bold and always myself person, but it's been humbling and grounding to just be like, oh, you're still sometimes shy with who you are, right? Yeah. And I feel like that to me reminds me of a younger self who still was trying to figure out how the world felt about them and how they felt about the world. You know, I love hearing you talk about that. Because I feel like what I hear you saying is not just kind of like shyness or discomfort or something for the sake of that, but understanding a kind of responsibility to being a newcomer in a space, you know? And I find that really beautiful. You know, for me, I think that something that's been like a kind of like self I've been confronting has been an imagined other person that is like a professor and like a tweed code on the spirit. Yeah, exactly. But like the kind of person that deserves to be a professor, basically. And whenever I started getting into this mode where I was trying to cosplay as a professor when I was practicing for academic job interviews, I would call her doctor professor Francesca schwa. I was like, that's like the imaginary does not exist person that I was trying to tap into. But she literally is not real. And so it got me caught in the loop. But I think that it's like that's not a discomfort because I'm new here. It's a discomfort because it's like, I don't know if I deserve to have this kind of power or like this kind of like prestige or something. I have to or I don't believe that if I'm myself, then I would deserve to be here. And so I'm trying to mold myself into a different person that is not me so that I can have access to that space. It feels like a different thing than what you're talking about. I mean, I've heard you talk about the doctor professor Francis schwa before. And I think it's okay sometimes that we have avatars for ourselves. Sure. You know that allow us to import into spaces. And I think what I also hear from you, though, is like, one day I'll be able to like be franny in these spaces, right? Right. But until I've done whatever work within myself that I can feel, you know, and I'm still taking myself in there, but this is like the lady that I bring with me. You know, and I think it's okay to be like, here's my avatar. Here is like, you know, here is the character that I have to play to survive this because once you're in those spaces, you know how to be for any, right? Who do we armor ourselves with at what other us is do we, you know, do we call upon in order to feel comfortable walking through those gates, right? Because we know we're being gay kept, right? And it's like, okay, I know this is happening. I know the deal. Meet this other me, bitch. Oh, you don't like, you don't like stupid franny? Well, here's professional for any. Yeah. He was like, way too professional for any, right? Don't even trust that she'll be here, right? Hi this bitch. I'm a come. Yeah, well, you know, this is obviously something that as artists and as writers who are writing about our personal in our lives, every writer who is writing about themselves wrestles at some point with like, okay, is this me on the page me? Like how much of this poem that's talking about my life is actually like about my life and how much of it does it belong to the art. And I think that also for poets who have an artist who have attained any sort of like visibility or who has really found a place like among a certain community of readers and audience like those questions that every artist is dealing with get sort of heightened, right? So which is why we're so excited to bring in somebody that we both super highly respect as a poet as an artist as a community builder and as an educator and also who has some really fascinating and useful and beautiful things to say about how to navigate the multiple selves that we're all sort of negotiating when we try to bring something like ourselves to the page or into the world or into our living rooms for a year and a half. So we're really excited to share this interview with Sarah Kay, who we love and admire so highly. Sarah Kay is a writer performer and educator from New York City. She has shared her poems in cornfields in Iowa and orthodontist office in Nepal, a Viking ship on a forge in Norway. A nightclub in Singapore, the royal Danish theater in Denmark, Carnegie Hall in New York. The Kennedy Center in D.C., the back rooms of dive bars, middle school gymnasiums and once on top of somebody's dining room table. Sarah has a master's degree in the art of teaching from Brown university and has been a hedge book artist in residence, a cine artist in residence and a co di martello. She is a class of 2022 new America fellow at new America and a co curator of season two of ours poetica, a poetry web series and partnership with the poetry foundation and complexly. Sarah is the author of four books of poetry, no matter the wreckage, be the type in all our wild wonder. She is the cofounder and co director of project voice and organization that uses poetry to entertain, educate and inspire students and teachers worldwide. She has inspired me. She is the reason why half of the people under 18 are writing poetry. She is truly an inspiration and a delight and just such a such a genius, even just being a genius of the self. We're so excited to bring y'all. This conversation with Sarah and Sarah Kay, who are gonna start us off with the poem..

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Andy Surabian on 2016 and the Power of Trump's Appeal

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | Last week

Andy Surabian on 2016 and the Power of Trump's Appeal

"Back with my former White House colleague, special assistant to president Trump Andy Sarah. We've talked about 2016. We've talked about how you got involved in politics. When he talked to us about the last four years plus 9 months, talk to us about the political landscape has the GOP actually internalized what happened in 2016 and where is the stop laughing? And where is the maga movement today, Andy? I think there are aspects of the Republican Party that have internalized why president Trump was so successful and why does appeal was what it was? I don't want to name names because some of these guys, I like and I'm Friends with, but you can certainly see certain senators and congressmen who have kind of alter how they talk, what issues they focus on over the last several years. And there's a reason for that because I think there is an element of the Republican Party that has figured out his appeal and understands it. I also think there's an element a big element, unfortunately, the Republican Party that either a never understood his appeal or even worse be understood as appeal and hated him for it. And those are the Paul ryans of the world who were ideologically opposed to Donald Trump on issues like immigration in trade. I mean, I think Paul Ryan probably understood Trump's appeal, but he just hated

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Outage highlights how vital Facebook has become worldwide

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Outage highlights how vital Facebook has become worldwide

"The six hour outage at Facebook Instagram and what's app highlights how vital it has become a worldwide whats app is the most widely used app in Brazil offices various services and even the courts had trouble making appointments in Haiti many of the countries more than eleven million people depend on what's app to alert one another about gang violence in certain neighborhoods or to talk to relatives in the US Haitian migrants traveling to the U. S. rely on what's app to find each other or share key information such as safe places to sleep Sarah Murdoch runs a small Seattle based travel company adventures with Sarah and relies on Facebook live videos to promote her chores she estimates the breakdown Koster thousands of dollars in bookings I bet Donahue

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Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

"I'm joined by byron york. Who wrote yesterday about kristen cinema. The democrat marriage zona who does not agree with the largest that democrats want to spread around the country and in response. The new republic called her a traitor. The nation said how she is sold out the original story of kristen serve the senate's new super villain and then matt iglesias. Kristen cinema must be stopped. In the era of trump that would have been seen as a threat byron. Well done yesterday. I don't think the left is going to ease up though on their new. Michelle in coddle. In the new york times today calls her many names. That's right. I wrote it before. The new york times published the stories. That that simply. What's wrong with kirsten senna. Yep so as a matter of fact after the bathroom incident which occurred in arizona. she's flying back cinemas linebacker washington and. She's harassed on the plane About daca so i listen. I think the the remember there was a there was a period of time when resistance forces who are harassing Ted cruz they harass. Sarah huckabee sanders. Actually restaurant kicked her out and virginia And there were a people. Like maxine waters saying that anyone who supports trump should not find peace anywhere. You shouldn't be able to fill up your car the gas station. You shouldn't be abaya a gallon of milk at the grocery store without having to face the consequences of your political positions. Clearly that seems to be now directed at senator senator cinema.

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Whoopi Goldberg Says Democratic Party Sabotaged by Far-Left Demands

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Whoopi Goldberg Says Democratic Party Sabotaged by Far-Left Demands

"Whoopi goldberg on. The view pointed out that the far left is sabotaging the entire democrat party. She even whoopi goldberg recognizes normals in this country ordinary normal americans are so mortified at the disaster disastrous five alarm dumpster fire that the democrat party under the leadership of joe biden. Has even whoopi goldberg. Realizes the far left is blowing up the democrat party it is a sinking ship and these goofy radical progressive far leftists like ao see presently restricted to leave. And the rest of them. They're sinking the ship. Even whoopee goldberg knows it. I don't think the progressives are in our. I think they wanna living now. Sarah but within the democrat not just progressives mcgrath. No i know what i'm saying within that party including more moderate democrats. I don't think the progressive extremes represent the majority of americans. Well they want medicare expansion. They want childcare. They want know the streets roles to be fixed up. I don't think that every aggressive couldn't get it that way. They couldn't get let in florida they couldn't get elected. The republicans have made the progressives the boogeyman when you look at the progressive agenda. That's what they want. Allow ourselves the boogeyman. We've made us. We've done this. Particular wounds is something we put on our aggressive. Put it on themselves. I believe so. Because i feel like when you come into the party. You say this is what we want to do. You don't go round and say what you're not doing it right and you're not doing it right. It becomes a fight. Say when it becomes. Here's how we can do it. Let's sit down and figure out how to do it. And that's not what we're getting. you think. Show even whoopi goldberg. Realizes the self destructive nature of the far left the progressives to today's not only democrat party but to

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London police officer gets life for abducting, killing woman

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

London police officer gets life for abducting, killing woman

"A serving London police officer has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the kidnapping rape and murder of a woman he tricked into his car using his police identification and covert nineteen laws when cousins forty eight was accused of falsely arresting thirty three year old Sarah Everard for violating it looked dumbstruck shins as she walked home from visiting a friend in south London on the third of March prosecutors said he handcuffed abroad drove her far outside the city and then raped and killed her cousins had pleaded guilty to the charges the judges said the seriousness of the case is so exceptionally high that it warrants a whole life sentence the sentence means that cousins will die in prison with no chance of parole Syria Shockley on them

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Investigators probe deadly Amtrak derailment in Montana

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Investigators probe deadly Amtrak derailment in Montana

"The NTSB is investigating an Amtrak derailment in north central Montana that killed three people Saturday and left several hospitalized according to officials Amtrak says the train was en route to Seattle from Chicago with ten cars went eight of them derailed near the town of jobless passenger Jacob Cordero was on board along with about a hundred and fifty six others oh my god it's on its side all the trains destroyed down there for their tweeted video some of the rail cars were laying on their sides liberty county emergency services coordinator Sarah robin says people jumped into action it was a fantastic response we are so fortunate to live where we do where neighbors help neighbors she says most people were treated and released for their injuries I'm Julie Walker

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Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

"Will keep paying employees of the tennessee. Store attacked by a third party vendor. Sarah bartlett has more a kroger. Spokesperson says the caller vel store will stay closed while police investigate thursday's attack which left a customer identified as livia king dead ten workers and four other customers were hurt in the mass shooting. Kroger says counseling services are available to any associate who needs help. The shooter took his own life and a motive is still unknown. I'm sarah

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Sara Carter on Spygate: The Swamp Became a Machine Working on Behalf of the Clintons

The Dan Bongino Show

02:15 min | Last month

Sara Carter on Spygate: The Swamp Became a Machine Working on Behalf of the Clintons

"It appears to me that the big story here is this from the Friday indictment. The big story appears to be that they flooded the zone. Sarah, this Hillary lawyer Kabbalah. People were sending people everywhere to, uh, that guy Corey to the media to the FBI said Donald Trump collude with the Russians and they were propagating to myths. The Alpha Bank connection. And the PP tape Oaks right, and it doesn't seem that it really got any traction because it appears the FBI knew that these people were working for the Clinton campaign. That is, until Sussman comes in in September. The lawyer and claims otherwise am I am I reading that right? I think you're reading it Absolutely correct. And it's the reason assessment was indicted because he flat out lied to the FBI. He didn't say who he was working for. But see, this is all so convoluted and because you and I covered this I mean, you were covering it just as much shine shine, Solomon and I and, of course, Mark Levin and others who were focused on this. We knew that senior membership of the FBI, the senior leadership positions, Andy McCabe, James Comey, of course, Uh, James Clapper, who was outside the FBI and John Brennan with the CIA. Those people in particular were well aware. Were well aware of what was going on and what was happening the whole time. I believe me, but there was so much cover up for the cover up and you brought up something that was so important on your shelf and unfiltered when we were on together, and this is the fact that the bureaucracy itself The swamp itself just became a machine that was working on behalf of the Clintons and working on behalf of the DNC. They already had everybody in place. They didn't have to worry about holding someone accountable because the only people that could be held accountable was by the DOJ. But if the DOJ was sold out, and we know there were people inside the DOJ that were sold out And who was going to hold them accountable. They could just continue to lie about it and continue to propagate and continue to wag the dog. You know, all of these lies all this disinformation. Uh huh. And nobody would ever Days, the responsibility

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The Trump-Alfa Bank Server Mystery Resurfaces

The Dan Bongino Show

02:34 min | Last month

The Trump-Alfa Bank Server Mystery Resurfaces

"Of the pieces of information Sussman, his lawyers steal the others. One of the pieces of information the collusion network. Was trying to flood the zone with the FBI with was that Trump Tower was communicating via a server with a bank in Russia called Alpha Beck. And there was some pings there. But Sarah had some fascinating information about those pings. I hadn't even heard yet. Where those pings from Trump Tower to Alfa Bank. Or did someone create those pings? To make it look like they were check this out. So what Alfa did was they actually put into their system like they basically put in a tracer into their systems so that they would see where these pings were coming from? Because Dan, the pings had to be coming from somewhere. These connections were there, but they weren't delivering any content. So there was basically a paying from Trump server going over to Alfa Bank with absolutely no content whatsoever. So alphabet put their own guys on it. And when they did that they did it. Three Print occasions. They actually traced it back. Two Inside the United States. These pings were actually moving from back and forth from the United States to their bank. It was as if they were being hacked to be set up to look like this. Oh, Now you know when you're doing the show Like that. You know, you got people talking in your ear. You got 1000 things going on. You're watching the camera accuse you watching time TV is a lot more difficult than radio at the 1000 times harder. It is. You know the content. You gotta refresh from the content, but Are you Listen to your guests, obviously. But sometimes you missed a few things here and there when she said that I don't know if you see my face and I'm like, Wait, What? So now it may not only be the FBI was in on it. Knew that they needed a good source to lie to a judge. The upper levels of the FBI finally found the source who alleged is alleged to have lied to the FBI about who he was working for, so the FBI can pretend he wasn't working for Hillary. And then we find out the story they were telling about Alpha Bank talking to Trump Tower from Russia to Trump Tower That not only was the story totally made up in fake as I covered on Friday, but it's Sarah said there may have been Some Internet electronic digital manipulation going on to make it seem like they were talking to each other folks. How much crazier can this story possibly get? This is it's ST This is the biggest crazy pill story of our time.

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Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | Last month

Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce

"People are saying charlie. I saw clip. Sarah silverman asking whether or not we should separate as a nation. What are your thoughts. I do have some very. Let's say clear thoughts on sarah silverman in general okay. Sarah silverman basically calls for a divorce a national divorce. We have said on this program for quite some time that unfortunately the way things are headed. We are heading for a national divorce. If we are not able to unify our forces and now sarah silverman who supposed to be a comedian of really never heard her saying anything. Funny as this assay play tape select. Why don't we just finally just realize that this these states aren't working and like divide up until like two or three countries of the usa one in usa to and will be allies. And you'll come over here and we'll go over there and you know when you come to certain many times when you go to a different country. You have to get a vaccine. Now she's coming under a lot of backlash for what she said. But it's not entirely dumb because that's actually where people are headed because we actually are living in that country right now. When i go to los angeles when i go to san francisco. It's a completely different experience then living in arizona. I don't want it to be that way. I'd love to see unification and people coming together. But basically what she's saying is like i don't wanna live with people like charlie kirk or conservatives. Just kick them out of the country. We'll have our own way to do things. We'll just kind of figure it out ourselves.

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Justice Dept. Seeks Emergency Order to Block Texas Abortion Law

NPR News Now

01:03 min | Last month

Justice Dept. Seeks Emergency Order to Block Texas Abortion Law

"The biden administration is taking emergency action to try to stop a new texas law that bans most abortions in that state in a new. Filing the justice department is asking federal judge for a restraining order to temporarily blocked the law while a larger legal challenge. Plays out npr. Sarah mccamman has more the latest action by the justice. Department comes days after the doj sued the state of texas over the law known as sp eight it allows individuals to file lawsuits worth tens of thousands of dollars against anyone involved in helping a patient get an abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy in a new emergency motion. The department says that the clear purpose of the law is to quote deny women rights guaranteed to them by the us constitution while attempting to evade judicial review. The us supreme court allowed it to take effect on september first despite legal challenges from reproductive rights groups but did not weigh in on the constitutional issues raised by the law. The case is likely to end up before the supreme court again

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Lowest-Paid Workers Hit Hardest by Price Increases

WSJ What's News

01:25 min | Last month

Lowest-Paid Workers Hit Hardest by Price Increases

"We're seeing it everywhere. According to the consumer price index that came out today. The price of gas was up two point eight percent in august from july and at the grocery store or paying more for salad dressing and bacon those staples went up four percent and three point three percent last month overall the cpi rose a seasonally adjusted point three percent in august that slower than the half a percentage increase in july. But it's still having a significant impact especially on low wage workers. They're finding that the raises their employers gave them or being eaten up by higher costs joining me now with more. Is wall street. Journal economics reporter. Sara cheney cambon. Hi sarah thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me. Emory so sarah. Let's step back briefly to talk about. How employers who've been reacting to a tight labor market. We've seen many raising wages and benefits and even offering signing bonuses to attract workers so typically all of these steps would mean good conditions for lower wage workers right and we are seeing that so back in the spring a lot of people got vaccinated. A lot of businesses started reopening as states lifted restrictions and companies mainly in leisure and hospitality so think restaurants airports really needed to hire workers. They couldn't find them for multiple reasons very easily and so they started to ramp up. Pay so lower. Wage workers were pretty big beneficiaries of these wage

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Biden's Business Vaccine Mandate and the Legal Challenges It May Face

The World and Everything In It

02:04 min | Last month

Biden's Business Vaccine Mandate and the Legal Challenges It May Face

"Last thursday president biden announced sweeping vaccine mandates for four categories of americans workers in private companies. That have a one hundred or more employees. Most federal workers and federal contractors teachers and staff at federal programs related to education and finally healthcare workers at facilities that receive money from medicare or medicaid. All in all the mandates cover about one hundred million american workers. If they don't comply they could face getting fired. World's sarah weinsberg reports in some respects. Rebecca wasn't all that surprised by the binding administration's new vaccine mandate she figured the government would require federal employees and maybe even medical workers to get back sedated. But she was surprised. Her company got caught up in the requirements. Rebecca works for an appliance repair business in washington state. It has about one hundred thirty employees. Were not using her last name to protect her job. I don't think anybody thought that it would be mandated for private employers. Especially see i think. I am a little surprised on that. Rebecca doesn't want to get the vaccine. She and her husband had been struggling with infertility for the past two years. She's concerned about how it could affect her hormones. she also doesn't want to get it for religious and political reasons. I don't feel like the government should be telling us what her husband works at a hospital. So he's also affected by the mandate if the federal government is able to implement its vaccine requirements. They could both lose their jobs. So life is up in the air. But that's a big if says jonathan inward. He's an attorney who specializes in health law. Claims he says the biden administration mandates violate the constitution as well as federal law for those who have natural immunity. This likely violates the protection clause of the constitution it likely violates the tenth amendment and as applied to the states that would violate what's called the anti commandeering doctrine

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US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War's End

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last month

US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War's End

"Twenty years after the September eleventh attacks the US commemorates with a ceremony at ground zero that included family members of those killed three presidents and Bruce Springsteen among the performers why didn't Obama and Clinton stood side by side somberly at the national September eleventh memorial the president left the speaking to family members like Michael Lowe who lost his daughter Sarah a flight attendant on one of the hijacked planes that hit the towers are fine sustenance and a continuing appreciation all of those Bruce rose to be more than ordinary people at a father's pride in his daughter's selfless acts in the last moments of her life another speaker Springsteen who performed I'll see you in my dreams regardless of phone brother and sister most of the almost three thousand people that died on nine eleven were in New York at ground zero I'm Julie Walker

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Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown

Bigmouth

02:13 min | Last month

Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown

"So we're gonna talk about the short while but firstly you get everybody in the band in different parts of the country now. Euro urine oxford. If you just said pete wiggs in. Hove actually bob. Stump is bradford. How did you go about making this record. When you all geographically distributed all zoom like we have to do everything these days Yeah we used to share. I mean we to concern about the kind of feeling of the record. What we wanted it to say proper now. Kind of very complicated concept. If you that but with the idea is what would happen was the pete send may music might count with some bits of melody as few words not many words on the record and we just share ideas and then come to edit them so was it was kind of made you on a computer in the manner of the ancient art method exquisite corpse. What person does a bit puzzled. Saudi else they fiddle with it. I guess posture out your cupcakes constantly. Just mentioned that this album about memory and optimism that that time between nineteen hundred. Seventy two thousand and one. The labor party just won an election. Victory it's this little little island of of Things might not be dreadful. What generated us. We must algae feeling. Was it being separated from the rest of the land at having to do it through the window at it. I think there is an element to fat. An it's about thinking time you remember. That was optimistic. Seemed like great things happening. And it's about how your memory gets you'd over time and i think we'll probably look back home. The last eighteen months two years with that. Same kind of feeling you know. There's some bits of being looked down. The i really love the very first day over the us and did a lot of making bread out with the teens in watching boats sets and stuff in them but yet you know. I'll probably just remember as bits in a few years time in older the credits but Yet it's about memory and how it gets mixed up in your mind

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Remembering 9/11, 20 Years Later

Pantsuit Politics

01:39 min | Last month

Remembering 9/11, 20 Years Later

"At each american airlines flight seventy seven took off from dulles international airport outside of washington. Dc the boeing. Seven fifty seven was headed to los angeles like the other two flights. Sarah just talked about with sixty four people on board to pilots four flight attendants fifty eight passengers including three elementary school. Children selected for a trip hosted by national geographic. All five of these hijackers were flagged by security for extra scrutiny for one reason or another including that one of them didn't have a photo. Id and agents found them to be suspicious. The only consequence of being flagged for this extra scrutiny ended up being that they're checked bags were held off the plane until it was confirmed that they had boarded three of the hijackers set off metal detectors and had extra screening before boarding the plane. The screeners didn't resolve. What set off the alarms and allowed the hijackers to board the plane anyway and this seems unthinkable today and the reason that it seems unthinkable today is because we have all been flying in recent years in a post nine eleven world and i think this is one moment to kind of flag as a way in which our our everyday lives substantially changed after nine eleven when you read about the way security was conducted. Then it's just unimaginable compared to what we do now. The five hijackers boarded the plane at seven. Fifty a m two of them set in coach in three and first class. The plane was scheduled to depart at eight ten took off at eight twenty and reached its cruising altitude at eight forty six.

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Los Angeles PD Investigating Larry Elder Homeless Attack in Venice

John and Ken on Demand

00:37 sec | Last month

Los Angeles PD Investigating Larry Elder Homeless Attack in Venice

"Lapd is investigating altercation involving larry elder at venice homeless encampment. The picture and we just had a guest solo data. Sarah who said that. The picture looks like larry slapping her. But he's actually just touching your cheek eze. She does describe her as a supporter. But again larry's tour didn't last long because it's the times described group of homeless people confronted supporters of larry elder but our guests said they were usually activist groups. That showed up so to create mayhem into Chase larry outta town.

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Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again

"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual

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"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

06:08 min | Last month

"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Grow with a bitty baby the classic doll that is meant to last. Now i have to ask you questions about anger. Because they're pissed. You gotta answer my phone okay. So there are a lot of women who are walking around with unprocessed anger it is emotion that comes most natural and organic to them and they feel it all of the time And i feel like. I don't even know this wasn't plan. This was in part of the direction. But you said that word. And i just recognized in speaking with women that we don't know how to process some of these other emotions outside of anger show. Anger becomes the default. And i think to your point you not angers masquerading something else that we are feeling. How do we. How do we do the work to figure out. Why am i so angry. What is this feeling. That i can't let go away. They keep showing up in. My life is anger. Who is wow. I'm sitting there like i can't. I'm so excited that you actually that question to be honest so lie if i can just say like i always talk about healing right so this is actually acronym and this is what i've utilized imad life. I'm beat one hundred. The age is honest. Like i had to get so honest like with regardless of if no one understood it at b. so on his it didn't matter like if it was oh i i wanna call his personal name or i have to yale right now or i don't feel comfortable being right here. I started being able to own exactly what it was that i feel like i can describe in a moment so i feel like one step into the honesty giving yourself space to just be like to just even if you don't know how to describe it. I know you offer talking about feelings box. But like even if you don't really know how to describe it. Just just start to put words to it because i feel like when we start to put bars give language it then that gives us in a place to start to pinpoint starts. Appeal back layers That e four in he'll is examination right and like that examination is like okay. I start to pay attention. Is there certain people. They're starting things. Is there certain music is there. Certain sense is times of the day is certain times of the year if certain atmospheres that i'm in that's all of a sudden trigger anger or this building or triggering what it is. I'm feeling right so you start to do some of that examination. The part in the hill is taking action. That usually that is that could be journaling. That could be getting some professional help. That could be like just having a conversation with somebody saying you know what i'm not. Okay i've been doing some work. And i think the process is kinda like check in with somebody or check in you know and then the ill Is the love park for me. And when i say love. Is you become so intentional about loving yourself that that to me. I feel like it's what helped me maintain the healing because he'll is not a one and done thing right. It's a process. And so i feel like when i do love me knowing that any to love myself i can't hold onto unforgiveness. I can't hold on all these resentments. I can't hold onto the things that are going to impact me from showing up in my family or showing up in the world so like that is what i that is what i would recommend if that's what i've done in the past so yeah that was very impromptu. But it's it's reality like it's the whole process. It's so good. And i know so. Many people are going to be writing down notes I love what he'll stands for. And i have to tell you sonny as you were speaking. Flu are not just helping people to discover healing like. You're quite literally a healer that your presence your awareness your sensitivity. You're related ability has made you a healer and i hope that you recognize that. You're not just leading people to healing that got entrust you with people because you are a healer and even those who aren't necessarily ready to begin. Their healing journey will be intrigued because of your presence and will embark upon a journey appealing. So i just want you to know that what you're doing matters. That who you are is more than enough to get the work done. And if i can just say that everything that shoe sense is possible for your life is not just ambition is not just a good idea it is a god sized dream a god sized vision and god's gonna order your steps manifestation and we're just gonna sit in a corner in cheer you on in every way that we can. I believe in the gift of god. That's on the inside of you. And i just want you to keep going keep moving keep growing. Oh my god. I laughing across that remain a. Oh my god if you if you only knew how he has already been blowing my mind with this essex like a few new the story of what he's done since i gave you that box in twenty one. He has taken this thing to nations to hear me. He has taken into nations if pop everywhere. I'm getting dm right even greater things. Even greater things graded things. I love you..

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"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

07:49 min | Last month

"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Was set. How often you. Oh i'm i'm good. How are you. I love your shirt you do is giving is giving me everything i need and more. Oh i have to get you one again a again way. I have one somewhere from refuse to lose the chicago. I gave me like. This box was like this treasure chest box. I'll lash it yuno. Mackenzie probably has my box. Big thing that. When i come home from being off the road that i am obligated to share my things with her and she walked around with like a wild woman refusals online from. She has my shirt. I will confiscate it from her. How are you. I am well. Thank you so much. Thank you for doing this with me. We'll have time. Oh i plan to. I came makeup. Also we we love to see it. Okay so i'm trying to figure out where i wanna start so this is me like we're getting to know each other and i feel most comfortable when i know there's someone has a little bit of petty their spirit a little eve behavior in their spirit and so i just want to know what is like an area of your life. Wear you know better but you likes struggling to do better. But that's all right. Because jesus paid at all. Ooh okay so. I actually have an acronym for patty because sometimes it's petty on site from me or some sizes teddy on purpose so i'll be even Lingerie ame even now but I know i'm one of those people who just needs to be left alone. Suffic- you in st. Sometimes it's like. I'll put my life only. I'm one of those people out purposely drops out so nobody can see when a time. I like on it so lake. You know being able to fellowship outside of the ministry. Sometimes he working on me working. I'll be work is what i hear you saying. Is that you are a member of mind your business ministries and that one someone comes around you and bite them to mind their business by making you go the other direction. Is that what. I'm only edges edges still there a minds business. We have to keep our piece though like lists and that's what like when my daughter knocks on my door and i'm right there doing absolutely nothing. I don't have to answer. It teaches her. That i don't have to answer every time. She knocks on the door. I'm teaching her character. Yes boundaries boundaries boundaries needham. She already we all need a little bit about algiers so india and you are one. You're the oldest children let's talk about boundaries. Since i don't. I believe i probably introduce them to the family But they pretty much didn't really exist. I feel like a exists okay. So you're the youngest fifteen. Not the oldest. I am the youngest of the wound. Not oliver's we weren't all raised in the same house you know i have is seven of us on my mom's side and the remaining on my dad's but i'm the youngest of all fifteen children so yes that's still plenty of people to grow up around like that allow. What was that like for you. Growing up around that many people will have villages but the villages are usually fifteen total fifteen during. What was that like. You know what to be. Honest if i'm totally transparent. It was not as chaotic with like the numbers of the parts of faint. Because being the baby in because like my dad was actually in my life for most of i didn't really i wasn't really raised around a lot of my siblings Most of them are significantly. Older like i have similar old enough to be my patriot. I have nieces nephews so it was at times. I think i've struggled a little bit. Just trying to figure out what my place was Because there were so many. Yeah so that's funny 'cause like what i talk about. The eve may know compassionate about the story of eve was like thinking about his idea of her coming into a world that was already created. It already had it systems and functions. Everything had its own name and yet she was supposed to lack figure out where chief fit in the midst of it. Can you remember like your earliest moment of feeling like man. Maybe i don't fit or mo that maybe your earliest moment of like insecurity where you wonder. Where do i fit in the big scheme of my family circle in dynamic definitely i would say right before i got the middle school. I definitely remember that only. Because i've always felt like i was the black sheep of the family literally And it wasn't until more recently that i felt like i had made peace with being different like my mom always told your different your different. I've always had the olso always bid like i've been here before i've always been the mature went out among friends on the block in everywhere so it was almost like this thing of me feeling like there's no space for me. There is no place for me name that it was all i recently started learning is located of space and that are always at a place i just hadn't understood where space was that i was the black sheep I learned something from her. Name is ties speaks. She said you weren't the black sheet. You just the blueprint in. I feel like that. Just like freed me so much. So the s. and security starting off when i was liking. Why before the middle school. So you have said a word. You're free star word being when you say that you weren't aware your space was but then you had to challenge up to take up space athem holy ghost be Is so many as don't take up space until we find our space and then we live frustrated. Because feel like there's no boom from me now recognizing that you create room for you when you step into the authenticity of who you are and it sounds like that's what you're stepping into now. Yes like i can definitely say. I can feel like the shifts i can feel. Even in. atmosphere works the charge environment. Because i grew up a charge. You you listen. sometimes navigate. Church can be listed baby. We wanna talk about trauma. Yes we what it can be difficult to feel like especially win. I've learned that over time a lot of times. People think that different is divisive in a case. Like there's hey you're okay with. It's okay to be different but a lot of times if you don't have somebody.

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"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:32 min | Last month

"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"God bless you for ten to be or who you compare yourself to. He can all live less you and the lane that was created for you. Build up for somebody you don't need to. You need boundary suez on needed. The chad okay. So question have you ever found your groove in something and then when it was time to switch you got afraid because you were convinced that staying the stain was easier than trying something new s. How i'm feeling about this new podcast. I love the way that we got together for our fellow shit last time the last way we did this But i'm trying something new and it's been exciting in stretching and fun and i'm hoping that you are enjoying the journey as much as i am one of the things that i do love about this. New format is just hearing what other women are facing what they have gone through and then tag team in to help another sister out I love this. I love getting to do it with you. All still I'm though that there is something about stepping out of our comfort zone. That helps us to discover where god he is and where his grace is for our lives if we ever get to a place where we can do things in our own strength than we no longer need. God's so i do believe that god continues to stretch us so that we can continue to experience partnership with him. So it's a bonus that i get to hang out with my girls in this process. Thank you for sticking with me make sure you all you home his on this new format. I think it'll bless them this week. We're hanging out. With delegation members sunny pairing. She describes herself as hood. Holy and healing. Can i get a witness. Is there anyone who can resonate with this. She's automatically one of the homeys. And if you are one of the homeys and want to get into hosting the podcast with me to then email us at podcast at woman evolve dot com. It's hurt this week. it could be next week. But let's tune into sonny girl was set. How often you. Oh.

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"sarah" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"sarah" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks i'm talking to astrophysicists. Sarah salvi ender sarah. It's really amazing to hear you talk about some of these things because you are yourself a scientist your lifelong scientists dedicated to the study of science. Tell us how your study of science lead you to be believed. There's some creator and then eventually a to believe it's the god of the bible. You just talked about genesis one. Why do you think we don't hear about this more often. Because this is a kind of slam dunk argument and it strikes me that people who are dedicated atheists have to be wriggling uncomfortably at this point. Only do i encountered this on social media all the time quite active on twitter and this is something that i like to bring up over and over because i think he'd been kind of spellbound do not see the miraculous nisa genesis. One until i bring this up is the only accounts the only mythological account that lists these events and list them in the correct order. And i've actually calculated the odds of that. I've counted twenty seven separate. Testable statements genesis. One you want to know the odds of someone just guessing that in the correct order by chance it's one out of ten billion billion in other words. Not by chance was not luck. wait billion billion. Is that quinta leeann. That i don't know what that is. A billion i think i think it said chilean. It's even more. It's it's it is one followed by eighteen. Zeros ladies and gentlemen kind of a big number while so honestly this This is taking you on the path that you're on where you talk about faith and science Where can people find you on twitter. That is my main hang out is looked me up. Sarah salvi under on twitter but you do have a website. I think i do sarah. Sabi dot com that leads to different portals. I've got a. I got my blog which i have not been actively maintaining because i've been writing a book. Tell us about this book. This is a book. T. mostly aimed at high school and college students but obviously going to be something readable by anybody. And it's how to defend your christian faith against the most common scientific attacks. When will that book becoming out since you're writing it now. I've got to submit the manuscript in a few months hopefully within about a year. Yeah well we've got to have you one To talk about that and Because this is just all very important. The more i've studied at the more. I become absolutely astonished at how clearly sciences leading us to faith and it's the anti is the opposite of the narrative. We've been fed. You know all of our lives. Basically and you know going back to darwin practically that that The more science teaches us the more it pushes out the need for god and then something flipped and suddenly. It's going in exactly the opposite direction. And i don't even think. I don't even think it's logically contestable. Which is a strange thing to say. But the evidence is so overwhelming. I only think that it's an issue of getting that information out to the public. Which is why. I wrote my book because i said most people don't know about this and it is just something that's developed rather recently correct absolutely. It is astonishing and people need to know about this well. It's just wonderful finally to get to meet you even if it's Via skype resume. We'll have to have more conversations. This is very important..

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"sarah" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"sarah" Discussed on By His Grace

"You know every attribute of god is. It's not even really an attribute because it is who god is and all all good comes from god if god is good you know. I mean it's like well big like these big things but he was just trying to explain infinity. And so yes i was reading. How can i explain that. God is infinitely good to kids in his words. Are you know a lot to think about but really good for diving. Deep into each. Like layer. Of god's goodness and attributes of god that's awesome. Do you have other resources that you that you like that you drawn to equip you for your messages you know. I love blue letter. Bible because it's easy and simple so i can click on a verse and then it pulls up. The tools all have to do is click on each word. And it takes me to the greek or hebrew and then gives you the definitions lacrosse. References that kind of stuff and then. There's a few other kids books that i like. I couldn't tell you. There's an attributes of god for kids. I can't tell you who the author is off the top of my head. It's really cute too though and really helpful I like that one a lot to trying to think of other resources but honestly it's mostly just blue letter bible the bible. I like to look at like different versions of the bible like there's an international children's version which is really fun and then also you know the message and it's fun to go back and do an esp to. i've been using all different ones based on the wording. 'cause they're also different you know. Yeah so i read the. Sv bible eva's bsp. Study bible is like my primary. But i do the same thing. I love to look at different translations and look at the different ways that bible interpreters you know how they put it and we can glean so much from that and and to in digging into the original languages to just really have a better understanding of the scripture. So i love that you do that and i love how easy you make it for parents. Like if they don't want to dig into that like you can just share it with them and so it's really really good. Yeah yeah i love that and you know one that i forgot to say that has helped me do a lot is bible study fellowship. I don't know if you've heard of that. Yeah yeah so. I've done bef. Yeah okay. so i'm a children's leader. Sf tasso and i tell them all the time like that. They teach us how to simplify things and just make things into an easy understandable way. It's helped me incredibly so always tell people send your kids to be us whenever it opens up. It's so good because they will be doing the same lesson that the adults do but just in a simplified way which is awesome. That's so awesome. Well sarah thank you so much for coming on by his grace today and we will put links to all of the things in the show notes and where people can find you..

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"sarah" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sarah" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"That's what she said with Sarah Spain hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go where hiring is simple, fast and smart a place where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates that place. Ziprecruiter dot com slash said. Ziprecruiter sends your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards, but they don't stop there with their powerful matching technology ZipRecruiter scams. Thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience. And. Invite them to apply to your job ZipRecruiter is so affective that four out of five employers who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within the first day. And right now, my listeners to that's what she said was sarahspain can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash said. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash S. A I D ZipRecruiter dot com slash said. Go their support the people who support this pod. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. That's what she said. So this is again, maybe therapy session. But. With transgender athletes. The pushback is almost always on transgender women. It's the idea that if you were assigned male at birth you have benefits that are going to be unfair. If you're competing against this gender women, the reverse is rarely the case, no one seems to care, and when you transitioned, and you started competing it was like, it's a girl. She won't do anything, right? Are you as motivated to do this because you actually love kicking your ass every day and having.

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"sarah" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sarah" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"So eventually people are going to grow weary of walking on eggshells. And it's actually going to unfortunately, swing back out the other way, which then you know, has a has its ugliness. Yeah. Some of it has Fung the other way. That's why you know. I feel like I honestly like I feel like that's a big part of why Donald Trump got elected because he is actually someone who says whatever he wants without any repercussion, and it's so freeing to most people a lot of people do find them to be his champion their champion because he gets to say, whatever he wants. And he doesn't have to you know, nothing happens to them. And I think for a lot of Americans they feel silenced. Yeah. And I know the field literally, just yeah. Just shooting the shit. I just to just like cemetery that I've had for years and years and years, and like now it's like harder to tell that material because more people are worried, and I'm like, you're not really offended. You're just worried someone's going to think that you're not offended and that as a fence. Think really job Sarah of like just pointing out like do. See how ridiculous is like. I love comics like I'm not being an asshole. I'm just pointing out how ridiculous all of you are right. And also like when I especially like when it comes to like race and stuff like that. Like I like making fun of stereotypes. And I think they're funny because they're not facts stereotypes are funny because they're not facts. No, they are based on facts. But they're not facts. And when I'm like when you're not laughing what you're saying is, that's a fact and that's not fair. And you're like, I'm like, but I'm not the your that's bad. What you just did? Of what you of what they're guilty. And it's the most infuriating thing. And also, by the way, when it comes to comedy, you don't have to buy that ticket. Right. You can walk on down the street to your favorite, whatever style comedian or.

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"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"And you can maybe help move them into their own process of evolving. But ultimately, I think when you make it about you that you don't isolate a person and make them feel. Less than Jimmy says any that I can still be there for the kids. Absolutely Amazon deliveries birthday parties is just boundaries. Having boundaries for that relationship. Okay. So that was our first vice question and the next one, okay? Big sister. Sarah, I need some advise. This is the friend that I've known since the fourth grade. He was in childhood crush. We lost communication once my family relocated to different part of town. Until now he comes to my job often. And we talk a bit before he starts to flirt, I was flattered that he found me attractive enough to flirt with. But it also confused me it confused me because I don't find myself pretty or beautiful in in. It made me question his motives, the flattered and mushy schoolgirl, pardon me. Let him put his number in my phone a few days go by and he touches on the topic of six I become squeamish because I'm never heads X before. It's not something that I just crave to do. Although I've been tempted at times I was very straightforward with him about it. And he said that he wasn't looking for a relationship. I'm not looking to being a relationship as oil, and he ex to be friends with benefits so sister. What should I do? Sis sound the alarm sound the alarm, someone get the ambulance. We can someone get the ambulance because. We got a sister down when the listen SIS, Brooke, listen, friend, girl. Listen, okay. We got a lot of things to cover here. Let me try and make this Sanctis possible. But this is what I want to say. Okay. First of all. We got if you're out while we don't feel beautiful. And we have to trust that we are fearfully and wonderfully made we have to believe that in spite of our acne scars inspite of our extra Wayne in spite of our facial structure, and all of the things that we pick out about our shelves that we see his flaws that at the end of the day. This is the only face at got. Okay. This is the only face I'm gonna get an if I don't learn to love it than how anyone else learned to love it. You know, what I may have been self conscious about my forehead my whole life. But guess what? My forehead has not changed. That means me hating it his not done anything for me hated my four hit never shrunk my forehead in ever changes dimensions. I'm still sitting here with the same for head. I got in. So guess what ama- have to learn his go for hit that I got I'm gonna have to wear middle parts..

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"sarah" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sarah" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"All right. Well, we're going to dive into this conversation. I had with my friends, and I want to do a quick introduction of who is on this. And if you are not familiar, and you want to know what the heck we're talking about. We did this. This at our gathering last year and recorded onto the podcast. So if you want to hear more about the origin story of this group of friends that is on the friendship episode of selfie episode Twenty-one, which will be linked up in the show notes of this episode. You don't have to listen to that. I am. I just give some interesting context. Once you've listened to this one. So this is a chat with Jen. Hat maker. She's an author and speaker she wrote for the love and of messing moxie. It's also with Jamie, right. She is the author of a very funny and poignant book called the very worst missionary. It's with Sarah Bessie who wrote Jesus feminist and out of sorts, and my friend Tara lives say who is a midwife who runs heartline Haiti maternity center in Haiti she's a total bad ass. Now. Our group is rounded out by a six member, Sarah Goodfellow, who Sarah, you also know, but circa fellow refuses to join us on our recorded shots, which I love she's like, you know, what not doing I have no interest or time for. This. I love it. But sir Goodfellow is a mom of four and she does say families. So she is often taking in kids who are in need of shelter. And she and her husband also started the Peru arm of crochet kids. So guess great group of women, and this is really us just chatting about how we went deeper in our friendship together. Hi, everybody..

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"sarah" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sarah" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"All right. Well, we're going to dive into this conversation. I had with my friends, and I want to do a quick introduction of who is on this. And if you are not familiar, and you want to know what the heck we're talking about. We did this. This at our gathering last year and recorded onto the podcast. So if you want to hear more about the origin story of this group of friends that is on the friendship episode of selfie episode Twenty-one, which will be linked up in the show notes of this episode. You don't have to listen to that. I am. I just give some interesting context. Once you've listened to this one. So this is a chat with Jen. Hat maker. She's an author and speaker she wrote for the love and of messing moxie. It's also with Jamie, right. She is the author of a very funny and poignant book called the very worst missionary. It's with Sarah Bessie who wrote Jesus feminist and out of sorts, and my friend Tara lives say who is a midwife who runs heartline Haiti maternity center in Haiti she's a total bad ass. Now. Our group is rounded out by a six member, Sarah Goodfellow, who Sarah, you also know, but circa fellow refuses to join us on our recorded shots, which I love she's like, you know, what not doing I have no interest or time for. This. I love it. But sir Goodfellow is a mom of four and she does say families. So she is often taking in kids who are in need of shelter. And she and her husband also started the Peru arm of crochet kids. So guess great group of women, and this is really us just chatting about how we went deeper in our friendship together. Hi, everybody..

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"sarah" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"sarah" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"Well, lady. Threes. How it starts? No. I promise I won't be because I actually really don't like the look of well, the lion lady looks like that because of fillers not because about talks, I'm just saying this is a gateway Kristen I know talks is a gateway to the still really don't like that filler, look, especially in the lips or I don't I don't want to plump things up. And I don't care. I've said this before I don't really care about wrinkles a care about looking angry. But with the whole forehead did I will say is I am starting to. I've always had the eleventh have had the eleven since I was like twenty a high. But the the lines that go across the forehead, what are those called? I don't know. But I have a lot of those. You know what I'm talking about? Go cross a horizontal lines the horizontal lines. Yes. Those just completely went away. Oh, wow. And I didn't think I cared about those until they went away. And now, I'm like, oh, I never want to get those against gosh. I know scared. Listen, not all of us can pull up bangs, Sarah. I know I'm sitting over here. Like so smug because of the bangs, but no because I would be I would definitely I was thinking about that today. I was washing my face. I had my bangs pinned back, and I thought to myself, you know, really, it would be really bothersome to me if I was looking at my forehead all the time because it is I have. So I talk with my eyebrows raised at all times. I have since I was little so I mean, I have tons of those lines. And also my thing is I've always had we've talked about this a little bit. I have hooded is. And now now like they're really getting saggy where the hood of my eyelid rests on my lashes in some mornings, it's so bad that I now have I have a crease in my hood, like my Hutton falls down. And it's so heavy that like it folds on its self. It's right. It's not good. But the bang your mom or dad have that. Yes. And have they done anything about it? No. And they and you know, they look fine. They both are aging gracefully. You know? I'm on. Has anything? I mean, they both. They. Oh, thank you so much. I will tell her that she'll be very thrilled. But you know, my banks actually helped because my banks kind of mankind of rest on my eyelids. So it kind of hides it all I'm telling you. I will never get rid of these bangs because the hiding so many two things I wish I could pull off the I haven't how like yeah. Why do I have to? I mean mine is really extreme. And it's right there up at the front. I mean, I can do a side swept bang, but that doesn't really help conceal your four hate, right? And I just have like way. I mean, it is when I and I've had banks. They're so high maintenance for me, they're super high maintenance. I mean, I just feel like I'm constantly like every activity is just like, well, what's the bang with the Bank fallout going to be totally if I go on this boat ride or if I yeah. Yeah. That's so true. That's so true bang fall out like, I'm like, oh, I'd love to go hiking. But my bangs. Yeah. It is. It's a thing. It's definitely a thing. I will say the longer you have them..

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