36 Burst results for "Sarah Sarah"

Fresh "Sarah " from Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:38 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Sarah " from Jim Bohannon

"Month on the items you love most. Harris teeter, let's game day, together. This is Sarah Jennifer's part of the box morning show with helicopter traffic at news reports, such Chicago's very own WGN. On radio 7 20 and smart devices everywhere. My next star media group station. WGN radio news is on the air, good morning. I'm James Sears at 1 o'clock. Less than 6 weeks until election day, where things stand between governor pritzker and Darren Bailey. WGN traffic, the Dan Ryan, if you're on the inbound local lanes trying to get to the outbound Stevenson the ramp there is blocked because there's a brush fire right underneath. The rest of our expressways in

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Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:45 min | 22 hrs ago

Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

"You see Dancing with the Stars. Oh my God. So sour Michelle gallard. Started crying because she watched Selma Blair's very energetic performance on Dancing with the Stars the other night, cameras caught her crying in the audience getting very emotional, we all know that Selma was diagnosed with MS back in 2018 and she wound the crowd to the goddamn cartwheel into a split during the jailhouse rock, excuse me. You have an S you can do a cartwheel into a split, now something something's wrong here. Something's off. You know, I know, I know soma. I consider a friend we've talked many times, et cetera. I haven't talked through it a while, but I was talking to the wall she was suffering this and I thought she was very brave to go through it that actually went through it. But this is getting ridiculous now. You know, Sarah Michelle galar is like, oh, I'm so happy for her. She kept a smile on her face the whole time. You know, to do this 25 years after we worked in a movie, it's just amazing. I can't believe how brave she is. Okay. And someone admitted that the rehearsals were extra hard on her this week. That's a challenging, you know? I've got my muscles have to rely on muscle memory now and my body can shift at any moment because of the MS and she was nervous about nailing the fast paced movements of the dance, but guys, I'm sorry, you know what? I said this from day one from day one I said she's not going to get to the end. She's going to get into the middle of the season and then they're going to go, you were great. You showed everybody that MS can be something you can defeat if you just have the right attitude and you just have the right thing. It's horseshit. Selma Blair is not being completely upfront and honest. I know she adds stem cell treatment. She had that docu drama, whatever it was, a year or two ago in which she talked about it. this is not really fair. She's getting treatment that other people with MS can't afford and she's, you know, kind of profiting from it. I've seen MS up close. You don't go from a cartwheel to a split if you've got multiple sclerosis for God's sake.

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How Do We Make Sense of Segregation? Brandon Tatum Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 5 d ago

How Do We Make Sense of Segregation? Brandon Tatum Explains

"This argument out there, which is, okay, 1940, 1950s, black America was segregated. Okay? But it seems as if there is a push to resegregate America, right? Black only dormitories, you know, affirmative action policies, there's a big movement behind that, especially driven by BLM. To say that, well, when we were segregated, we were able to do better. I find segregation to be evil and wrong and terrible. Now there was a movement to end segregation, driven by black Americans. How do we make sense of all that Brandon? Well, it's a very nuanced conversation because you talk about segregation before obviously desegregation. I don't think segregation was good, but I did think that during that time, black people actually own things, they own it on businesses. They had their own schools when we forced ourselves into desegregation or somewhat of an assimilation, black people lost an identity. I mean, the schools were demolished. The black teachers couldn't get work in the white schools that they integrated into. And I don't know if the timing was right because now we've seen a level of what you say lack of ownership. I mean, let's go back to the early 1900s. Madame C.J. Walker, Sarah Bree love is her government name. She was the first female millionaire out of any race.

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House GOP Unveils 'Commitment to America' Agenda Ahead of Midterms

The Officer Tatum Show

01:24 min | 5 d ago

House GOP Unveils 'Commitment to America' Agenda Ahead of Midterms

"Republican Party wants to give us a little hope. They came out with their commitment to America plan. It outlined a few things, but here are some of the here are some of the specifics of the plan according to Kevin McCarthy. The House minority leader under the first thing an economy that's strong, Republicans outlined the following. They want to fight inflation and lower the cost of living, curb wasteful government spending that is raising there and bring stability to the economy through pro growth tax and deregulatory policies. Okay, I think they need to get a little more personal. They still sound too wonky. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices. They need to refill the strategic petroleum reserve. Another thing they don't list on here, they need to get rid of these CRs. These continued resolutions, where they can spend as much money as they freaking want because we don't have an annual budget. I'd like to see them force Joe Biden's hand. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices is the second thing by maximizing production of reliable, cleaner, American made energy and cut the permitting process time in half to reduce reliance on foreign countries prevent rolling blackouts and lower the cost of gas and utilities in essence they could have said what Sarah Palin said, drill baby drill.

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"sarah " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:32 min | 6 d ago

"sarah " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is will manica. This month we're highlighting women who led extraordinary lives of resistance. Today, we're talking about the woman who argued roe V wade in front of the Supreme Court. Her dedication to reproductive justice led to one of the most influential court decisions in American history. Sarah weddington was born Sarah Catherine regal on February 5th, 1945. Her father was a methodist minister. Sarah received her college degree at the age of 19 from what's now McMurray university, a methodist college in her hometown. After graduating, she worked as an 8th grade teacher for a short time, but didn't find the work fulfilling, so she enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin to study law. Sarah later said this decision was partially inspired by a dean at her college who had told her. No woman from this college has ever gone to law school. It would be too tough. Sarah wanted to do it anyway. During her law school years, Sarah dated another law student, Ron weddington, and became pregnant. Sarah and Ron drove to Mexico together, so she could get an abortion. She couldn't get one in her home state of Texas. Sarah didn't speak publicly about this experience until many years later, when she published her 1992 memoir, a question of choice.

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Sarah Sanders treated for thyroid cancer

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Sarah Sanders treated for thyroid cancer

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Sarah Sanders is released from the hospital after cancer surgery Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was released from an Arkansas hospital Saturday after undergoing surgery for thyroid cancer Sandra spokesman Judd Deere said following successful surgery on Friday to remove her thyroid and surrounding lymph nodes and in consultation with her physician Sarah was discharged from an Arkansas hospital cancer free Sanders had announced Friday that a biopsy earlier this month revealed she had thyroid cancer The 40 year old Sanders is a Republican candidate for governor in Arkansas Dear told The Associated Press Saturday

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Caller: The Right Needs to Call Things as They Are

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:57 sec | Last week

Caller: The Right Needs to Call Things as They Are

"I'm always concerned with how things are repeated by the by the far left people. And also, we just don't call things as they are. So how about this? How about we close to the college degree new deal? Call it the green raw deal. How about that? And then we gave credence to the mainstream media. Why do we call it the mainstream media? Why don't you call it the lame stream media? Sarah Palin got it right, 15 years ago, didn't she? Yeah, they did. And you know, you're talking about the inflation reduction act, why isn't that the inflation seduction act? Because it's getting taken to the American people. It has seduced more inflation, hasn't it the latest numbers were awful as well. It keeps getting worse and worse. Yeah, what is in a name Bobby? It is kind of crazy. I guess it is their way to try to put a big bag of sugar on a big load of hooey.

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Don Lemon & Sara Murray Think It's Funny to Be Abused by the FBI

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Don Lemon & Sara Murray Think It's Funny to Be Abused by the FBI

"And Don lemon over at CNN thinks this is very funny Cut 7 go Did you say a hardee's I said I heard he was apparently he was at a hearty and that is where the FBI confronted him about needing to search his phone He's a very interesting detail Was he inside her at the drive-through I believe he was at a Sarah Sarah Murray I don't know who she is and phony Journalist I'm sure it's very funny isn't it America For some people being abused by the FBI and the system is funny For others it's not so funny It's not so funny It's open season This is pretty sick In fact it's very sick And the meteor pushing this

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Britain mourns Queen Elizabeth as Charles becomes king

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Britain mourns Queen Elizabeth as Charles becomes king

"A service of remembrance was held at St Paul's Cathedral in London for Queen Elizabeth Bishop Sarah mullally said a life lived in the service of others is a rare jewel It is a jewel that her late majesty the Queen wore as a crown Malawi called the Queen a symbol of unity strength forbearance and resilience She has been at this nation's unerring heartbeat Through times or progress joy and celebration As well as in much darker and more difficult seasons Mullally prayed that the queen's words over the years can be a reminder of the power and strength that can be found in coming together I'm Ed Donahue

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The Queen and Her Mark on TV and Movies

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

The Queen and Her Mark on TV and Movies

"Is a New York Times piece. I don't know if you're going to attempt this or already have written one by Sarah lyell, an inscrutable monarch endlessly scrutinized on stage and on screen, which catalogs in The New York Times. Everything from the king's speech to a royal night out to, of course, the queen, to the mirror and effort, everything. Queen Elizabeth has quite a lot of film credits in which she did not participate. Yeah, you know, that's an interesting thought. I hadn't thought about that, but that's an interesting way to look at her career as monarch as to look at all of the movies that she has been in without actually being in. It's funny, I was thinking about her passing and thinking about The Crown and kind of how it helped humanize. The queen and the family and all that. And I am I am curious what happens with the monarchy after this because Charles is such a I don't know what's the polite way to say it kind of. He's not his mother. Yeah, he does not, he does not inspire the same kind of sense or feeling of devotion. I think that she does.

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'Red Pilled America' Podcaster Patrick Courrielche Shares His Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

'Red Pilled America' Podcaster Patrick Courrielche Shares His Story

"Us about the genesis beyond working for breitbart, how you and your wife decided to do this. What your backgrounds were before that. So what is your connection to the entertainment industry? So give us a little bit of the pre sure, if you will. Sure, yeah. I actually started off as a concert promoter. Many years ago, I was doing big DJ festivals and that kind of a thing. I was responsible for kind of helping book the first Coachella, which ended up being a big deal later on. And I transitioned from that into what's called branded content in the entertainment world, which is basically a brand funds film or a short film. We were doing a lot of short films at the time. And so that's kind of how we really started to get into the Hollywood scene was through this branded content work. And we'd done web series and we've worked with people like God. There's so many Tracy Morgan, a lot of comedians, Sarah Silverman. Did you have a political identity or were you just neutral? I was liberal. Okay. I was liberal at the time. And I was, I had my political awakening. I also did a lot in the art world. I actually worked with a guy named shepherd fairy. We had a business together. He was the guy that came famous for the hope poster. And the Obama hope poster, right? At the Obama hope poster, exactly. And him in a actually an employee of mine that I introduced him to were the ones that kind of put it together and I watched that happen and I thought it was kind of an interesting thing to see grow and I still consider myself a liberal at the time. And as time went on and I really started to look at Obama and it was really my wife that actually really opened my eyes to it because she just didn't trust his message. And I really started paying close attention to him. I thought he was just great, perfect packaging for a politician and just a branding side of things because we had an advertising agency at the time. And I just started to see wait a minute. What is this guy talking about? And then you start to see all these connections between and I was a big supporter of Hillary at the time. I

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Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction

"For an increasing number of Americans addiction treatment involves not only hard work but also earning rewards Harold Lewis and Connecticut has been fighting drug addiction for years Things have changed since he started earning small prizes I'll take the stop and shop gift card It's for attending meetings and staying in treatment for opioid addiction Psychologist Sarah Becker at northwestern university says rewards programs are powerful Biologically the use of substances lights up the same part of the brain that is lit up when a person wins the lottery falls in love or experiences something really positive and exciting Studies have shown rewards work better than counseling alone for addictions It's working for Harold Lewis It makes recovery fun because recovery should be fun because you're getting your life back And the Biden administration backs the method in its national drug control strategy I'm Ed Donahue

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Friends Worried As Chris Noth 'Feels Like His Life Is Over'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Friends Worried As Chris Noth 'Feels Like His Life Is Over'

"So Chris knows friends are concerned about him and his drinking, by the way, in the middle of this sexual assault scandal. Just to play catch up, there are now reports of abuse from 5 women whose accounts span multiple decades, very busy men, it's caused them a tunnel work, including work on the equalizer and yes, there was just reported. He's been cut from the final scenes for the Sex and the City spin off and just like that. That he filmed with Sarah Jessica Parker and Paris, I got this year. He's better off not being seen on that shit show. One person who knows credit said, you know, honestly feels like his life's over. And I know the person who said this, not gonna out him. He feels like his life is over. I think that drinking is really played a big role in his problems. Everything is taking it all. His friends would like him to get some help. Those are things where you go, oh, well, maybe we have to give this guy a break. Maybe he's an alcoholic. He's going to come clean. He's going to do the James Franco. I'm a sex addicted man. He's going to just like, you know, put his hands out and go, I have an illness. You must help me. There's no question, Chris Noth has always been a hard drinker. And I'm sure if I know him at all, he's drowning his sorrows now more than ever. And I also know for a fact which nobody's reporting, that his wife Tara has left their house. Not in lower she's living with their two sons, but she's out of the house and is this close to being out of his life.

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AP EXPLAINER: Should you get a new COVID booster? If so, when?

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

AP EXPLAINER: Should you get a new COVID booster? If so, when?

"Should you get an updated coronavirus booster Within days Americans will be offered the new bivalent boosters that target both the original coronavirus and today's dominant omicron strains and BA 5 The Pfizer shots are for anyone 12 and older while Moderna's version is for those 18 and up For most people the FDA recommends waiting at least two months after your last booster or COVID-19 infection while CDC experts say it's better to wait three months or as long as 6 months if you're not at high risk CDC adviser doctor Sarah long says that if you wait a little more you get a better immunologic response Another reason to wait a few months is to reduce the risk of heart inflammation a rare vaccine side effect The CDC notes that most Americans eligible for an updated booster have already gone at least 6 months since their last shot I'm Jennifer King

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Federal Court Ruling on Gender Identity Upends Civil Rights Law

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Federal Court Ruling on Gender Identity Upends Civil Rights Law

"From the daily signal Sarah partial Perry in a shocking and first of its kind reading of a more than 30 year old disability law that's the Americans with disabilities act A federal judge ruled that the distress that results from a person feeling that he or she is the wrong sex Is a disability that must be accommodated under the Americans with disabilities act If the opinion is left to stain it would open the door for those who consider themselves transgender And Phil clinically distressed To receive public accommodations in bathrooms locker rooms prisons Same sex housing and more U.S. district judge Diana gribbon motz At the fourth circuit Court of Appeals wrote the majority opinion for the divided three panel judge to judge panel In Williams versus kincaid holding that under the Americans with disabilities act Gender dysphoria is a disability Judge Pamela Harris joined matsu's opinion to form the majority The Americans with disabilities act as a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and all areas of public life employment education transportation and in places that are open to the general public public accommodations So what's the practical impact of this decision It means that those with gender dysphoria a quote incongruence between someone's gender identity and assigned sex I love the assigned sex Assigned by whom God they results in quote clinically significant distress as the American psychiatric association defines it Not only protected from discrimination because of that so called disability but they're entitled to reasonable accommodations

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Dinesh Unpacks Sarah Palin's Special Election Loss in Alaska

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Unpacks Sarah Palin's Special Election Loss in Alaska

"The left scenes really excited and energized by the defeat of Sarah Palin for in a congressional race in Alaska. Sarah Palin, of course, is the former governor, and so it might be expected that she would have a powerful sway in Alaska now the problem with Sarah Palin is that she, in a sense, put that aside and step down as the governor of Alaska when she really didn't need to. She seems to have done it just in order to be able to go on the speaking circuit, make some money. And so she vanished from elected political life and is now making a kind of a belated attempt at a return. So Sarah Palin is become, she was a very popular figure in Alaska. She's now a somewhat more ambiguous figure. In fact, much of the Republican establishment in Alaska is not pro Palin. Not anymore. They once were. But the problem in Alaska was also that thanks to Lisa Murkowski and her acolytes, Alaska has established a very bizarre ranked voting system. It's not one person running against another. It's multiple people multiple people running in a single contest and you don't just choose one candidate. You sort of rank them. I want this person first, I want this person second. I want this person a third. And it is this ranked voting system that creates a little bit of a different structure than the straightforward. This is the Republican nominee. This is the democratic nominee. You also had a race at which there were two prominent Republicans. One was Sarah Palin, when was another guy, and they divided the Republican vote in a Republican state, and so the Democrat was able to sort of now, the point I'm trying to make here is it's a little unfortunate. Obviously I was hoping that Sarah Palin, or the other guy, the other Republican would make it, but we have a Democrat in that seat. But it's worth noting that this is an extremely anomalous result in an anomalous voting structure.

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Tom Cotton Rips Apart Ranked-Choice Voting Following Sarah Palin Loss

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Tom Cotton Rips Apart Ranked-Choice Voting Following Sarah Palin Loss

"Rank choice voting very complicated that took place in Alaska is what defeated Sarah Palin The Democrat Palin was a Republican and the number three person was a Republican So under the rank choice voting the Republican votes were split and the Democrat won Because they wanted a Republican to hold that seat So rather than have a Republican primary where you duke it out in a Democrat primary where you duke it out they have this convoluted system born in California so the Democrats never lose office Pushed by Lisa Murkowski in Alaska so are rhino She hopes can never lose her slot And she costs the Republicans a seat in the house And a number of Republicans are decrying this Tom cotton ranked choice voting is a scam to rig elections 60% of alaskans voted for a Republican but thanks to a convoluted process in ballot exhaustion which disenfranchises voters at Democrat one He's right Under the rules of rank choice voting voters list ballots in order preference election officials first choice preferences a candidate is deemed the person who a winner is deemed a person who garners more than 50% of the vote But if nobody does then they start well this one counts We had those votes This was their second choice and we had those votes And so what happens The Republican votes are split in the Democrat one

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Ranked Choice Voting Is Coming to a State Near You

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Ranked Choice Voting Is Coming to a State Near You

"Really haven't taken this nearly as seriously as they should. So we learned in Alaska recently, just last night, Sarah Palin was defeated, but she moves on to the general election in the November election ranked choice voting runoff or the four person primary there, but the Democrat who won the ranked choice voting here ends up filling the vacant Democrat seat for the next month and a half in Washington, D.C., or two months, and then they have to rerun in November. So it's not a huge loss. It's nothing that significant that regard. But it does show and it should be a warning about what rank choice voting means for our civilization for our republic and for how we select leaders. So rank choice voting. I know this is murky and it's murky by design. And I know this might not resonate with you, but I'm telling you right now, this is the most important technical thing happening right now in American politics that if we say we don't care about it, all of a sudden you are going to see moderates and Democrats win in red states and you'll be like, oh, I remember when Charlie did that segment on the voting ranked choice thing. Why don't we take it seriously then? And it's coming to a state near you. In fact, it's already implemented in several states on local elections and presidential primaries. I'm going to name every single state that already has ranked choice voting. So ranked choice voting stems from basically a college thought experiment. It stems from a bunch of kids that say, oh, we're too radical and we need to try to find the second or third place winner because deep down most people actually want the moderate to win. Now, this is nonsense. It's garbage. It also gives preference to the loser. As Ricky Bobby would say, if you are second place, you're the first loser. So the winner, the person who actually wins the most amount of votes isn't the winner in a ranked choice system if they don't get more than 50 plus percent votes. Now, I know we're going to get emails from people in Alaska that say, well, Charlie this is the way we do it here. And someone in Maine, every state has their own algorithm, might be 40% might be 50%. It's unbelievably confusing.

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Water emergency declared in Mississippi capital

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Water emergency declared in Mississippi capital

"Mississippi's capital is grappling with a major water crisis not enough to drink flush toilets or take showers and some schools have to close and hold classes online President Biden approved an emergency declaration for Mississippi surging federal assistance to the region flooding from last week's storms exacerbated long-standing problems at Jackson's main water treatment plant The city had already been under a boil water notice for a month Some restaurants had to close Sarah friedler says things are bad at hers We have to boil all of our water It adds so many more steps and

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Judge tosses suit that tried to deem books obscene for kids

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Judge tosses suit that tried to deem books obscene for kids

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a judge tosses a lawsuit that tried to deem two books obscene for kids A lawsuit seeking to declare two books as obscene for children was dismissed by a Virginia judge Tuesday before it could proceed to trial Tommy Altman of Virginia of each tattoo shop owner and one time Republican congressional candidate had sued in April seeking to restrict the distribution to minors of the book's gender queer a memoir by Maya Kobe and a court of mist and fury by Sarah J Maz Circuit court judge Pamela S baskerville struck down the lawsuit on jurisdictional grounds writing Virginia law does not give her specific authority to determine whether books are obscene for minors and also that restricting distribution of the books would authorize prior restraint of speech and violate the First Amendment Book challenges and bans have surged across the U.S. targeting in large part books that have focused on sexuality gender identity or race I'm Mike Gracia

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"sarah " Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"sarah " Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Be like, yes, and I'm also like, the older I get the less attached, I am too things. So for now, it feels like, yeah, I'm fine with Sarah shook being the public name and this being the private name. But I also know that at some point that might change. I might feel differently about it. And that's okay. You know, be easy with yourself and give yourself room and time to change. Right. I mean, obviously you're in a, you know, in a certain circumstance, but I'm sure there's a lot of people who work any job that might be navigating this. So it's not, it's like a heightened version of something that I think a lot of people deal with in terms of workplace and household and how to manage those two things. And what choices to make? Yeah. It was different areas. You know? Awesome. Well, it's been great talking to you. You too. Yeah. I really loved it. I know you're touring a bit coming up in Europe, am I wrong about that? Yeah. Hopefully in August and September, everything's booked. We should be over there for about 30 days. Well, yeah, I mean, I wish you and all of the rest of us, the best. The best of luck with what the vibe will be like in August. Yeah, talk about not being attached to things. Yeah. Best of luck. To all of us. But that's awesome. And yeah, I really love speaking to you and hopefully, you know, maybe there's someday in the future when you're you'll be in LA or I'll be somewhere where you are. And yeah, I'd love to see you play. Be so cool. Thank you. Thanks. Yeah. Before I send you back into your day, I always ask folks that are on the podcast to shout out a queer roo, which is like a person place or thing that made you feel like you could be who you are today. So do you want to shout out a queer girl? Shout out to the cave in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Cool. That is a safe and welcoming place for all. I am gonna look this place up. Sounds rad. Yeah..

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"sarah " Discussed on Veteran on the Move

Veteran on the Move

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"sarah " Discussed on Veteran on the Move

"All right, back talking with army veteran, Sarah apgar, founder of fit fighter. So Sarah, you've arrived at the fit fighter which the key element of that is the steel hose. Talk about talk about that. What it is actually, and I didn't realize it, but it's actually made a fire hose material, and it does actually have steel in it. Yeah, exactly. It's a name that you know it's funny because people always I think think there's something that's like more complex and esoteric about, you know, this deal has the name or the idea. This is very simple idea with very broad reaching implications. That's one of the things I'm really proud of because I'm frankly, I'm just not that technically smart. I'm not a true engineer. I'm an army engineer, right? So I think for you simply, right?.

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"sarah " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:39 min | 11 months ago

"sarah " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks welcome back. I'm talking to Sarah salvi and astrophysicist. Sarah selve Andrew, you were just describing to us the process of how these massive massive stars suck themselves down. Their own gravity crushes them down down down down down. To become neutron stars. But some of the largest ones keep going. This is where it gets inconceivable. So gravity there's no way around it. The mass is the mass, the mass doesn't change so the gravity doesn't change, so but the power of the gravity of something like this to do this eventually as you said goes past neutron stars down to what we call black holes. So do we know how many black holes are on the universe roughly speaking? Yeah, I did the calculation for this chapter in my book and quintillions is my estimate. If you estimate how many massive stars there are in a typical large galaxy like our own that will end up as black holes, and then not to mention the supermassive black holes that are at the core of each of these galaxies and how many galaxies out there host them. It's found in the quintillions in the observable universe. Quintillions. That's kind of a big number. So we'll just get past that. This is amazing stuff. So at what point did your study of black holes and the discovery of black holes that history lead you to be thinking about God so I actually study the big, big brother of these stellar mass black holes? Supermassive black holes. These are even more mysterious because nobody knows how these things form. They are millions or billions of times the mass of our sun. They lurk at the core of most galaxies that we've observed and sometimes when they become really active, they're kind of like volcanos. They can be dormant or they can be active. And when they have material, the feet on them shredded up stars, gas that gets dislodged from somewhere in the galaxy and they spiral down and feed this monster. And it lights up. And it becomes so bright that we can see them from billions of light years away. These quasars as they're called are what I became really fascinated with. So quasars are a version of black holes. Is that what I'm picking up? They are supermassive black holes that are actively feeding on material and basically they're the exploding cores of galaxies. Super extreme. This is but you're saying we don't quite know how they formed. Is that what you're saying? We don't know how they form. They're so massive. They're so large. And we see them at such early points in the development of the universe that there's not enough time for them to build up gradually from smaller black holes. They just seem to show up. We don't know where they came from. That's actually I've not heard that. That is really amazing. I mean, the term quasar has been around at least since the 60s. I only remember that because we had a TV that was quasar by Motorola. That's right. And so quasars were kind of popping up in our cultural vocabulary over 50 years ago, but you're telling me that even now we don't know how they formed. In other words, your basic, the basic idea of how a monster star begins to shrink down. It takes billions of years. You're saying that these quasars are so big that we can't even comprehend. In other words, do we know the original object? Can we postulate the original object from which it evolved, so to speak? One idea is that you get what are called seed black holes that are hundreds of thousands of times the mass of the sun that just sort of develop very early in the universe, I don't know about what mechanism. It's not really known. We haven't figured it out yet. That's pretty amazing that we don't know that. I'm amazed just to hear that because I thought we kind of figured this stuff out. So you were studying those things, which do sound just beyond our comprehension. They are behind a company at this point. But it was studying that that somehow made you think about God, what was it in that process? So we were trying to study the chemical abundances of the universe very early not long after the big thing. What that requires is for us to look at a light source. You can think of a cosmic lightbulb behind these primordial gas clouds that we're trying to study. It'll light it up so that we can see what's in there, chemically. And so we use quasars because they're even more distant than these primordial gas clouds. They're extremely bright. And I was just thinking all of the things that had to fall into place in order for us to answer this question that we can identify chemical elements by their spectra that we can find these cosmic lightbulbs that are just the right distance to write brightness for us to see them, to me it just seemed highly improbable that this all happened by chance. Why is the universe so intelligible? Why is it so orderly? Why is it so beautiful? And to me, immediately, the answer that came to mind was God, that makes the most sense. When you talk about quasars as being essentially super sized black holes, but you say that they give off a lot of light. I thought that black holes were so strong that they sucked light into themselves. How are quasars different? That's a good question. I can ask that all the time. The really interesting thing is that you have to get super close to a black hole before you cross that point of no return, the event horizon. Now, as material spirals down onto this black hole, you can think of, say, water going down a drain in your sink, it just spirals down, and then it goes in. Now because the gravity near a black hole is so extreme, this material gets super sped up, almost to the speed of light. It's spiraling in. It's very viscous, these layers are just kind of rubbing up against each other. It becomes superheated to the point that it shines very brightly just before it plunges into the black hole. This is what we see. Yeah, this is so amazing. Folks are talking to Sarah Sally and or astrophysicist. And by the way, I'm not an astrophysicist. We'll.

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"sarah " Discussed on VS

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08:01 min | 1 year 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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"sarah " Discussed on VS

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07:43 min | 1 year 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

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07:02 min | 1 year 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 Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

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"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"But no i think we have to always be mindful of li- grace in because again like you said. His thing may be addiction and not to turn on the counselor but definitely addiction. Bob gone on from you. Know i was doing assessment right now as a counselor i would definitely say you know He definitely needs to get some professional help but again the willingness if he has to be willing you know and he's going to be the one to do the work but i think the question is a able to stick with him while he's being processed in you know until he's able to to walk into that that that willingness to do the work so i don't know that's i got okay. Now take backing off what you said too because like that process of doing the work can be very very test and i feel like you know what she said about when we marry someone. We're not just marrying them. The good like we're awesome airing everything that comes with it. This is like the word of advice that i will give someone who is looking to get married or who's thinking about really take things into the next step with someone who they're in a relationship with light you have to marry someone. Mb willing to stay to yourself if nothing changed about who they are right now. I could spend the rest of my life with who i see right now with the knowledge that they are going to change but the foundation of us coming together is that you have at your core something that as i could sign up for forever but when we mary someone or we get serious with someone and we already have this list of life. Yeah but you ought to have more integrity and yeah you learn how to communicate more light. We are already setting ourselves up for failure You know my girl is gonna have to be willing to do this work you know. And if not. I think she's got to be honest about how his actions are affecting her and not just by chastising him for what he did. But i'm afraid that match how won't have a father. I'm afraid that you're going to go to jail. I'm afraid that this is gonna break my heart like you gotta make it real because anger sounds like a nagging angry wife sometimes and your descent telling him what he already knows but if you let him into the hurt of how his actions are affecting you you may get a different response from him. Absolutely in saying anger. Oftentimes when i when i work with my clients off the dylan. Anger is usually a secondary emotion. So what is the what is behind that. What is what is the primary thing and you are saying honesty. Listen i really believe that. Even though he's going to go get some professional help like this crowley is going to impact. During the way was she will have to get help as well. You know to work through how she's failing to work through those fears that you mentioned and i i dec- being something that both of them have to do the work with different levels you know in different reasons but definitely Yeah it's you know. It's listen if she can stay on as the boss she's filming. I think that will help in. This episode is brought to you by bitty baby from.

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"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Would have been okay walkin. Heavy on my mind. Don't do that. it's oily. Only then i just. Because i get to speak with women all day every day and i know how many of us are tiptoeing through life because we are afraid to walk heavy in crush relationships encouraged perspective and yet not recognizing that it is only until we are willing to walk heavy that we really become someone who got can trust with more and more part of processing our fears is really recognizing that our fears are not as powerful. Our mind makes us believe that they are that. Our faith in our spirit can outweigh any of those things and we recognize that we do walk heavy like i'm afraid but i'm going to do it anyway. I don't know. But i believe guys going gonna teach me along the way. That's what walking. Heavy is realizing that i'm gonna crush my fears in the process of me stepping out on faith. Yes all of that. All better preach the word sunny. You better preach the were lifted. Hear you say that. I'm gonna have. I'm ahead clip. When i get it at some point is saying they were told me. I'd better preached a from yes. I'm happy the show up. I'm at step little heavier. So okay so i have an vice question from a member of the delegation. Now we're going to answer together. We're gonna try to answer this one together and okay here. We go you ready yet. Walk heavy walk heavy. When you answer this question okay. Here we go. It says my husband. And i have been married just shy of two years and already i thinking of walking away. We both make good money. My husband has a doctorate so he makes more than me. He has a demanding job and he has been very stressed at work lately. He drank too much and got into an accident. I have told him several times. He can always take an uber. He was charged with his second. Dui i am extremely angry. And i feel that. I cannot support him through this one because i am so angry. We have a seven seven month old child in just finished building our home. How could he almost risk it all. He is hesitant about marriage counseling in individual therapy but he did not definitive definitively say no to either. Is it wrong that i am looking for an apartment. Thank you frustrated. New wife and mom woo they everywhere. Al-qaeda i'm going to take a stab at it. And then i wanna hear what you say. Sunny okay girl. Here's the thing. I can understand the frustration of feeling. Like i don't want to have to raise a man and a child like you're supposed to be my partner. You're supposed to be making the sacrificial decisions. Just as i am so that we can show up for this life that we are both in pursuit of what i will also say is biz that one of the complexities of marriage is that. You're not just marrying this adult person. Who has it all together. You're also marrying the broken. This the insecurities the trauma the Pash trauma present trauma in future trauma of a. And if we just look at the results of our spouse then we may miss out on an opportunity to help them recognize areas of healing and growth. In this instance. Though it is irresponsible no it is not something that i think. You should excuse in any way you know. This is something that i think happens in lots of marriages that people have to work through. you're not physically endangered doesn't seem like it doesn't seem like there's infidelity taking a taking place here. It seems like this is something that is an area of broken est and healing that your husband needs to walk through and as his partner what we sign up for is not just the pretty picture with the white picket fence. We sign up for these tough moment of realizing like man. You have an issue man. You have an addiction man. You have a struggle and he has to be willing to do the work to to rectify those things. You've got to be willing to roll up his sleeves and do the work and if he's willing to do that i'm just wondering if you can roll up this leads. Roll up your sleeves and do the work to knowing that part of rolling up your sleeves is not pretending you are angry. You can be angry. That's something you gotta take into. Counseling does something you have to work out. Those are the consequences of his actions. But you know marriage is hard in. This is why people say it's hard is. Because i thought i was marrying someone who headed altogether and now i'm learning that i'm marrying someone who's a work in progress but just remember that your thing may not be drinking. It may be you know having a smart mouth. Let me pull out my own closet and testimony doing being independent in marriage and really not allowing someone to fully come in and have partnership with you like. You don't know what your thing is. But i'm sure you have something and the same grace that you're gonna want for your son been trying to extend it for his. That's my two cents. What say you sunny once they melissa that lasts for i'm heavy on the great thing of i'm really heavy on it I am in full agreement. What you're saying. I think jesus when we say i do all magic play. I due to the good. We say due to the process of them becoming why. Because they're not who you are who he was on the day of your wedding or when you said yes when you agreed engaged with him. He's not the same person he will be or is now in. I feel like that's the same way with her. As well or us. Were always evolving women involved.

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"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"You were really proud of yourself. Okay don't remember the absolute first time. But i can take the the combat that always stands out. Yeah so i had. I was in a situation and i was a master's program and ended up getting pregnant with My last son my baby boy and it was like do. I allow myself to stay in his depression. This shame is guilt. you know I had fallen from the Out to say that. And i realized like i kept showing up. I'll come on. Give this program here. What if a getting program get into this internship very little money. I'm gonna keep showing up in church on keep going and our member. Just looking back at a graduation ma graduation photos with my with my son in my hand and that feeling of lack. I'm made it even looking back at like maternity photos from that situation. It was like one of those things where like yes. The picture was beautiful. But i was so broken ugly inside like no one knew how bad it was for me. No one knew how much our dead inside and so every time. I see like maternity pitcher or war. The graduation photos on like you did it girl you. You did not let that get in the way of where you want it to go. You beat that and so for me. I am most proud of the fact that i didn't quit that i didn't let depression. Have the final. Say that. I didn't let shane. And you know me. Being active in ministry had to face. You know the fact that i was human needed his grace. I didn't let that stop me. So yeah there's something about that outside looking in. I wonder how many of us would become more gentle with ourselves if we took the time to look at our lives from the outside because from the inside we know like man. I'm barely hanging on right now. Or they're still so much more that could be doing. But then you come along this moment where you're looking at this picture of who used to be or someone here's your story and they're like it ain't no way i could have made it. Menu gone through so much and were able to take appreciation for all that we've gone through in order to become who we are like that sometimes in my own life sometimes when people are like. Oh you're inspiring and seven. I'm just sound like i guess the down But then i have a moment. I like step out of my own. You know need to keep going and pushed in in and i see that like man. If you didn't do anything else like you've done more than you could have. Even thought was possible. That guy has really blessed your life in an exceptional way. That's hard to do. I'm glad that you have those moments to look back over. Man i think i feel the same way when i look at old pictures at myself. Now that you mentioned in just like dang if that good girl would have known this she would make it to this point she would have had so much more peace in the process. The girl would have showed up like kobe me anyway. You know like. I would've walked in with my head held high. I have been just trying to total life. You know i would have been okay. Walking heavy you know steph.

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"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

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"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"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 | 1 year ago

"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 Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"sarah " Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"The lord doubtless sarah's he had said and the lord did for sarah as he had promised genesis. Twenty one one Hey everybody. I'm chris and reagan gillan and this is off script podcast. Where every week. We take a deeper dive on sunday. Sermon talk about theology behind it and get a chance to discuss anything that ended up on the cutting room floor. I'm excited to get started. This is the first episode season. Two where i get interviewed. Reagan reagan priest yesterday very excited. I mean i'm nervous. I'm always nervous when you ask me questions so fun yesterday. I.

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"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"sarah " Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"You can stop sarah. Can we rescue her no. We're not going to rescue her in her lack of discipline. No we're not gonna come with one more thing one more thing. Let me say one more thing. One more thing ever be sitting. I've eaten something that you know. You shouldn't be eaten thinking to yourself this. No that's what i'm saying. No because i have to take responsibility for the things that i put in my mouth hollow you. Why would you take responsibility for the things you put in your mouth when you could blame someone else award. Because that's right in my lay anyone but me. I am not responsible for what i put. My mouth is responsible responsible my absolutely responsible and and not you cannot sue somebody. Nobody put a gun to your head. Nobody made you come down there imaginary against my head and and they're making me eat bad things now. There's a decision that happens before you put that burger in your mouth. There's a whole there's some. there's so. Many many everyday has drive to the mcdonalds. You have to read that menu. You have to know yelled them. What you ain't gonna run. Well you want to win. The payers no writing involved. Wait just say what you need now. It happens very fast. We're not gonna save for if anything. I will save her because she is only doing for the amount of the cheeseburger and not a rig math for is just fourteen dollars..

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"sarah " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 1 year 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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