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The Bonus Army
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit crumb today the mystery of the Bonus Army July twenty eighth nineteen thirty two will mark the eighth anniversary of one of the most controversial protests in US history and yet it remains virtually unknown to most Americans. On, that day nineteen, thirty, two, five, hundred, US army infantrymen loaded rifles, fixed bayonets, gas grenades containing of vomited ingredient two, hundred cavalry, a machine gun squadron eight, hundred police and six M One, nine, thousand, nine, hundred seventeen army tanks prepared to attack seventeen hundred unarmed men plus thousands of their wives and children moments before the Assault General Douglas Smith Garth in charge of the operation turned. To police officers standing next to him and said, I will break the back of the enemy. The attack was ordered by President Herbert Hoover and commanded by General Macarthur Dwight D Eisenhower was MacArthur's aide and Major. General George. S, Patton led the tank unit after donning gas masks the tossed hundreds of tear-gas grenades into the encampment which started raging fires and the assault drove all but the. Occupants of the area in Kampman was then burned to the ground. This wasn't Cuba the Philippines or the Mexican border. But in Washington DC The camp nicknamed Hoover Ville occupied by World War One veterans who were living in tents and shanties across the country and they're also in their encampment in DC with crumbling buildings all around them along Pennsylvania Avenue near the capital if your education was anything like mine, there wasn't any mention of this event. In history class four, million vets had returned from the war. This is World War One was the war to end all wars and found that others had taken their jobs that are considerably higher wage than though one dollar per day soldiers pay an expected more help from the government in nineteen twenty four Congress promised World War One veterans a bonus payment. I'll dollar twenty five for each day of overseas service and a dollar for every day of. Home Service there would be a limit of six hundred, twenty five dollars for overseas service and five hundred for Home Service but the catch twenty two was that it could not be redeemed until nineteen forty five cash quickly dubbed at the tombstone bonus because many of them would be dead before collecting with the Great Depression deepening demands for making an immediate payment we're escalating finally bill was passed, but President Hoover vetoed it in response some three hundred. Veterans led by Ex Sergeant Walter waters boarded a freight train in Portland Oregon in early May nineteen, thirty, two and headed. For Washington DC. Soon, others began their pilgrimage the cat to the capital from across the country and dilapidated buses overcrowded pickup trucks by walking hitch-hiking the vets and their families were in desperate financial shape with overdue bills to pay hunger affections hanging over their heads. They demanded immediate payment of the bonus soon, known as a bonus. Between Seventeen Thousand and twenty five thousand trekkers began arriving on May twenty third nineteen, thirty, two, assuming their demands wouldn't be met anytime soon, they proceeded to set up a long-term presence in order fashion they mapped out streets named for states, Setup Library and post office, a barber shop and a military type sanitation approach appointed MP's to keep order publish their own cap newspaper and even organized evening. Vaudeville shows. Some ten thousand other vets occupied partially demolished government buildings that surrounded the main camp between the capital and the White House. Extremely Patriotic. That's insisted on American flag fly over every tent and Shanti further as Roy. Wilkins than a young reporter with a press pass road. There was only one absentee in the Cap James Crowe get it Jim Crow. The entire massive undertaking was one in which blacks applied shared everything. Together, during world, War One, the military was still segregated as was Anacostia Park when the marchers arrived the vets who had fought a war together deliberately decided to live side by side and set up in the black section of the park. This fact alone may have led some people to fear the movement General Macarthur's most trusted subordinate Brigadier General. George Van Horn Moseley portrayed black and white veterans living together. As proof that Negroes Jewish communist were planning a revolution in truth radicals and Communists were dismissed by the veterans and were never serious element in the movement. The veterans those were still alive didn't receive their bonuses until nineteen, forty five keep in mind that many. World War One vets had died by then and families were not eligible for the bonus. The ravages of the Great Depression continued until World War Two. Today. We have a confluence of factors including the federal government's failure to protect US citizens for the Cobra virus and pandemic machine fiscal austerity in the face of another great depression a newly transparent institutional racism that has provided an unparalleled opportunity to replicate the bonus army's action in the nation's capital this time on an unprecedented scale depth and breadth of
"shanti" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"Yeah, we already had major homelessness crises in our cities before this like especially you know I mean I'm in San Francisco we have at least eight thousand folks out on the street Pino. There have been efforts to try to get them all hotel rooms which we have this capacity for and the city can afford unfortunately the hasn't totally come to pass here or in Los Angeles but like that is definitely you know those those facilities the though the shelters that we had for homeless on House neighbors of ours were already pretty inadequate for this hit and so now you know those people don't have a safe place to go and if people are victims like those numbers of. People will continue to grow. So we are like he's. Recently. Sorry. Sorry. I'm sorry talking about this stuff now to. Just, remember when people are being evicted and they go homeless during cove it these are homeless people you see on the streets and a lot of folks look at homeless people and go. They have a mental health issue. They have a drug issue, Etcetera Etcetera Nah a lot of people who are facing homelessness right now, the people working at home depot or people who are working in offices. These are just average ordinary people who don't have the resources to. Be Able to withstand record high rents all across the nation. Historically, there's a great quote on your website Shanti out which which addresses what you just said and I just want to get it out which this we wanna end all homeless encampments, sweeps and House people. So they can safely shelter in place there should be no vacant units or homes during a global health pandemic..
Pilgrimage to Sacred Activism
"Hi Andrew and welcome on to the hey house meditations podcast how wonderful to be with you and how wonderful to have the opportunity to speak to whoever's listening from my heart. Out wonderful wonderful. I'd like to talk to you today about the Fifteenth Century Poet Mystic Kabeer. Who you've been doing so much work on and and perhaps have you read a few of his lines. That articulate a meditative experience that is at once transcendent but also completely grounded I really appreciate that in computer But before we get there, there's a pilgrimage that I like to ask you to take us on a pilgrimage to the ark of of your own spiritual journey. An ARC that is has taken pauses with a variety of traditions, teachers, and Gurus and especially that are of the internal pilgrimage of the heart. So I wonder if you'd take us on that pilgrimage and then we'll sort of maybe conclude with Kabira. Does that sound all right with you? That sounds wonderful. Today and your little remission it it's. Never ends. I remember when I was with father bid when he was dying and. The thing that struck me most and move me most about him here. He was the greatest living Christian mystic but even on his deathbed when he was eighty seven, he was still striving for deeper and deeper realize. So he gave me a permanent image of what this really is journey of endless expansion. Shems of Tabriz said to Rumi. The world of God is wealth of endless expansion. We don't ever arrive. We just go Diba and DEEPA and Deepa went blasted where wild enough were brave enough into a mystery that always keeps opening onto wilder and holy vistas. This is my experience. Yes, and you're well I must say your your life has demonstrated that but I'm not exactly certain if you knew that when you were born. In mother India right you are. You're born in south India early in your life. You earlier in life you're surrounded by multiple religious by religious face including your your parents Protestant faith. And among the Hindus and Muslims. So how did that early on your life? How did that shape your outlook on the nature of humans on the nature of people and the nature of the divine? India is too big bomb in a well the distill known that live as cred experience. And that mock me forever I feel that I have an Indian. So a European mind and an American mission. So my deepest deepest ground is always in there especially in south India. When I was born. Nineteen fifty two was the twilight of the Rosh. So this. Was the atmosphere of an. Empire would still. Diffused itself through everything but India itself although it had been dominated by the British in never lost its passionate spirituality and that's what I met in the earliest and most impressionable years of my life. I loved going to temples with my Hindu coke. I loved learning the hail. Mary from my Catholic nanny and I loved it when the driver that we had to as a Muslim stopped the car in the middle of traffic and put his. Prem Don and chunk to Allah. In very early on. I met a saint and this is an extraordinary story because I had white Russian. Godmother. who used to smoke cigarettes out of black along black cigarette holder in Lyon dressed in gold she fall she looked like a Russian Melena dietrich and I was crazy about her she's. and. Every day off to school I would go running up the stairs of her flag. And jumped into bed between her and have great friend who is huge Rowley poterie Indian woman Shanti. Of course as a child I didn't know. Shanti Shanti, later revealed to me it was India's greatest living Quila and she is the child had been. A welcome to previous incarnation and a gunman, a group of journalists to the village that she'd been born in. As, a nine year old recognized absolutely everybody and Meta previous husband and said the money looking for is under a break in the back. So he went and found the money that he'd been looking for. Any. gave. Me a lot of profound simple instruction. She told me two things that have not my whole life. She said God is one. God is the sea and all religions alike rivers that run into the sea. So. Don't get hung up on anyone religion realized that they're all different expressions of the same unity, the different expressions of the same reality
"shanti" Discussed on Dreamer Talks
"About. So the the next Sun will come out. So number excited about it once it does it'll definitely be featured on all yet. Yeah, definitely. All right. So I have. One final small little question. What is your morning routine? Shoe. Get yourself going in the morning when you have a day, don't really want to get out of bed what goes through your head and what is not routine Well as not being a morning person. First of all thank God that. Simple. This. Day I have another. Another day. To do something. Else. something. Better. Do What I wanted to. That's the first thing. If. Talking. I eat? A. Little. Bit of an LLC. But I don't mind the number to an OATMEAL. Pointing you'll very Alexis me. Not Happy and even. Drums off people. I feel that it's what meets. So. That on the yoga. Body. And that night ready rumour. Amazing. Amazing I think everyone needs. Their morning learnings are always like a personal over. So thank you for opening that up and honestly I'll give that they thank you for sharing your entire story and sharing your snippets of wisdom for for how you on your journey and pursued all the different things that you've. Come across and and reached. So big. Thank you for sharing your story and. For All. Of You guys that want to access information about Shanti Ashanti, you guys can check out all the different links on either on the podcast show notes are on Youtube you guys can link below. I hope you enjoyed this episode of Dreamer Talks I'd love to have you back next week. So make sure to hit that subscribe button and leave a review of what you thought of the podcast I liked the input to make this podcast as engaging and entertaining as possible. So once again, big thank you and I'll see you next week. Thank you for watching and keep on dreaming..
"shanti" Discussed on Dreamer Talks
"shanti" Discussed on Dreamer Talks
"And and you do that and you cope start movement that is bigger than life. Then life goes on. And you have to. Continue to bill built the net step in next. The mets. Stage of Europe becoming. And if you're getting stuck with obstacles to be now big star because they did need roll which is. Like I know many people are like so much work to get to that point where you have that. but if you're getting stuck with the idea that now you have to get all the big roles and I have to do. Only like you know. I sleep great projects. You. You get. Your essences be. And before leads there is you. Know the dreams are part of life reams moments peak moments in life life is. The road life is it's the day to day where you built small things mindless was so broken when I started. One of my dreams was to sound the way some today. I did a lot of work to do it. It wasn't easily acting company eaten. As an artist. The v Motions that character I just understand, but we came to the language when it came to the accident, it was like. It wasn't this and language in any in every scale. The way school. Teaches language right is a certain way. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE The Navy School is the right approach the it's educations does it? How would you? Go about. Tying. Someone also learn a new language to even master that accent is a lot of people always control country and the you'll nervous because the. Right. Well, I discovered there is so many ways there are some people who have. For Salads and they not imitate or make fun of other people with a sound. So if you watch TV and you know. Take. But southern accent and all those. Those little moments of the ones he was from British. If if you are starting to making. Of the accents. Gradually, you can do that singing music the melody that's for like a very base. Concept of learning sounds of the axe. For, me wasn't natural wasn't talented for that. So I did for like three years exercises of tongue. And after I did the Tong exercises after reading out loud for hours. I also needed to learn how to think how to. Go to make the sound lay. Fluid. And how now I know that American accident always goes down. A small details, and now every sounded every accident I listened to I'm very late. Now I'm very talented it because. Practice practice practice practice. It wasn't like you know magic and to me now. So you know. Yeah. I know English like this. No I who's barely could a towards yet. So. Sometimes. Not Sometimes. Most of the time you'll need to work really hard and most of the time born see any progress for. Two years. It's me years. And then he habits there was only when I can't somebody after three years practicing. Any good mind my American accent. He's only you have an American action. And that sometimes, you make your dream come true you don't even notice. So. That's. You know it's It's funny life is funny because can. Run. After your tail. If you're so focused. On perfection, you'll miss the whole picture. Zach. And Dreams are not about section or about that idea of of all those you know just being in a list will make me an access just seeing. The most famous person will make me qualified. I am qualified man on and I am an actress I did my work on developing my skills every day. You know and. I'm lucky enough to discover new things about me because of it. because. Not stocked about how it's supposed to be and then become bitter about the cease. I don't have I'm folksy about what I have. And what I need to do. Right. I. Think. I. I really agree with that point that the place where you are right now. You have to move forward with it. Wanted Times I think people can have that paralysis of no I'm not that doctor I'm not this. They can use that as an excuse to not even that first job. and. Do, whatever they can do to continue for. I WanNa ask you about your the the leap to move to New York. How that challenge? thinking. Yeah Mean you were already accepted you you already had. A Pasta set out for you, right. Talk to that point of well after. Role I was very surprised but I had a lot of rape feedback from my co workers people that work in the industry for a long time. Really. They really wanted to promote me. But my English was still broken at that time. I had a very thick Israeli accident. So very I was not limited. You know Gothi stewing amazing with the accident rate but. When you come from you know I had no representation. I was just I was accepted because of my talent you know it looks like it's almost unbelievable today. It happens it happens, but you know it's harder. and. From there I. I have a lot of. Network business. Learning to do. Sometimes what you WanNa do you know my love for acting art for.
"shanti" Discussed on Dreamer Talks
Building Our Legacy with Shaunte Mears-Watkins and Cassandra Lewis
"Welcome to this episode of the Black Girl podcast. My name is Jamie and I'm your host. I'm so excited for you guys to listen to this episode. Especially for those of you that are entrepreneurs, those of you that are looking to start your own business, or maybe you just want to glean some information about learning how to build your own business This is the podcast to listen to. And sometimes we talk about nerdy and Geeky things. Then you talk about all things entertainment. But this is something. This is the one episode you want to listen to and make sure you're taking notes, so have your pen and your notepad ready because we've got a lot. Of really interesting details to share with you regarding a great program that has come forth with essence and Pine Sol coming together like Ron and this great initiative for black female entrepreneurs I'm really excited to be speaking with Shanti Millions Watkins and Cassandra. Lewis! Who are here to talk about this initiative on that they have put together to help black female entrepreneurs and to help fund their businesses, so thank you so much for coming on the podcast. Here. All right shanty, and Cassandra! Can you tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to work at the Pine Sol Company? So I'll get started. My name is Dante and I grew up in south Los Angeles. And what the only child of a single mothers and educator in Los Angeles. And I like to say the my story took me around the world and back I think the theme for me. Was that I developed a lawyer a love of learning Early on and also a love for pursuing what's novel in new so I'd have this sort of drive to try new things, so you know from Los. Angeles I ended up going to Stanford and going to harbor to try to. Drive my education to get to learn everything that anyone would teach me. And and ultimately found myself in corporate America. And I've. In Corporate America also sat sought out like really creative roles have done international assignments and feel really proud actually to work at an organization where we have brands like pine Sol, which are allowing to give back right to my my community so I'm really proud of the of how my journey's have led me to take all that education and apply it in a place. Where we're able to give back to the black, Yeah, I'll jump in, so I'm Cassandra. Lewis and like Sean Taylor I am from south, Los Angeles and raised. In, I grew up in what I call a pine Sol household. So, what exactly does that mean? It means on Saturday mornings at wake up. There'd be Anita Baker Luther Vandross on the speakers in my mom would be in the kitchen or the living room with the bucket of Pine Sol in rags for my sister night to get to cleaning so pine solves always been. A key part of my life, my foundation and brings back so many so many wonderful memories of that time with my mom and my sister. I grew up and became a marketer. And What Do Marketing Folks Love? They love brands and when the opportunity to work on Pines. One of my favorite brands presented itself. It was a little bit of a dream. Come true, so they always say like. If you find something that you like to do, then it's it's not work. So this is something that I really. Love to do I love to to work on this business. This brand and I love that it has a really. Close Tie in to to the African American community. Because I you know I really get to give back to my to my community in that way. I'm glad that you mentioned that. It has a TA close tie into the African. American community because black women in particularly or one of the fastest growing segments of entrepreneurs but yet they still struggle to get access to capital. What what can be done to help this group? Get the resources that they need to create and grow sustainable businesses. Speaking from from my experience as a a woman business I really can't stress the importance of mentor ship. In my personal life, professional life Shontae, who I'm on the the call with the podcast with has actually been my mentor at various points throughout my career and I run lots of things by her from how to present ideas that they get bought in the organization, and to who I should meet and get to know what types of projects I should be trying to work on when you think about entrepreneurship I, think the importance of mentorship. mentorship is is still very much. There a lot of waters that you're going to navigate that. You've not navigated before from trying to pitch your idea to investors to get that capital to working on a business plan to thinking about your inventory. When you're starting up so I say find someone who's who's done it before. Who can help show you? The ropes and really built build a relationship there to help you navigate those waters.
"shanti" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Nightmares continue and Soon James. Start saying airplane crash on fire during the day like when he's playing with his toy planes except he's not really playing he's actually like reenacting plane crash over and over again. Eventually Jane starts talking in more detail about the crash. This usually happens right before bed when he's maybe a little drowsy. One Night Andrew Bruce. Ask Him who the little man is and he says. James they figure he's just repeating his own name. They ask him what kind of plane. James's in he says a Corsair a Corsair that takes off from a boat. Now James has been to a flight museum a couple of times with his dad but he's never seen a corsair. His parents are positive. He's never even heard of one then a few days later they asked him about the boat that this plane supposedly took off from James. Says it's called Anna Toma. They do an Internet search and they learned that the no Toma was an aircraft carrier in the Pacific during World War. Two then a few nights later James tells them that his plane was shot down when they ask who did it. He rolls his eyes and says to his parents like they're idiots. The Japanese Andrea realizes. Her son isn't having nightmares. He's having war flashbacks. There's no way James could have picked all this up from a book or a movie because even at two years old he knows things about the planes that you'd have to be an expert to know like he knows that the toy plane his mom buys him doesn't have a bomb attached. It's a drop tank. He knows certain quirks about the course airplanes. Like for example. He says they always get flat tires. Then one day. Bruce is looking at a photo book of the Battle of Iwo Jima. James crawls into his lap sees an aerial shot of the island and says here daddy here is where my plane was shot down. James also starts to drop vivid pictures of airplane crashes and he signs them James Three. He tells his parents is because he's the third James. Now Bruce is Christian and reincarnation goes against pretty much everything he believes. He's still thinking it all might be a coincidence but Andrea feels differently. She's pretty sure. James is having some kind of past life memory. They decide to as James if there's anyone else with him in his dream and he says. There's someone named Jack Larson so Bruce Decides to go looking for this Jack Larson. He makes contact with a couple of veterans who flew from the Toma. The first thing he finds out is that no course airs ever flew off the Natoli which to Bruce is good news. It means James supposed. Memory of the crash can't be accurate. But there is a Jack Larson who flew planes from the NATOMA. And who still alive Bruce. Tracks him down at his home in Arkansas and asked him if he remembers any pilots getting shot down during the battle of Iwo Jima Larson's as he can think of only one a twenty one year old named James Hudson Junior. He was the only pilot to go out that day. And not make back. Bruce later found out from eye-witnesses that James Houston's plane was hit in the exact same way that their son James had described it right in the engine and that signature James Three if James Lining are was James Houston Junior reincarnated that would indeed make him the third James. The liners wrote a book about this whole experience. That came out in two thousand nine now to some people. That's a red flag. Parents are often accused of beating false memories to their children in order to make money off of them. But when you think about it why picked such an obscure person? It took the liner's two years to figure out the identity of James Houston Junior. You'd think they'd pick someone easier to find. And is one single book deal that takes like eight or so years to materialize. Really enough motivation to go through all of this effort by the time the book was published. James was eleven and he remembered little of his past life. Memories Mrs Comet. These memories tend to come on early around the time children start talking and they start to fade by the ages of like six or seven shanty. Debbie was an exception. Her memories actually stayed with her entire life. This may have been because the other lie she remembered was so close to her own both in terms of when it took place and wear in the majority of cases though these memories are fleeting still. They may be the most convincing. Proof of reincarnation. We have psychiatrist. Ian Stevenson. Spent Forty Years Investigating Children's past life memories with each case. He tried to determine how many statements child made that could be independently verified as true after studying twenty five hundred cases. He was convinced that at least some of the time a personality or a soul does survive after death and it can then inhabit another human being. There was simply no other rational way to explain what he was seeing Stevenson studied. Sean Davies story at least twice once in the early sixties and then again in the mid eighties. Shortly before Shanti died he never came out and said that it was Absolu- proof of reincarnation but he never said that about any case he only said that he could determine through strict scientific methods that she made twenty four statements about her past life. That verified facts. Stevenson passed away in two thousand seven but his successor. Jim Tucker entered over two thousand of Stevenson's cases into a database and drew some general conclusions about this phenomena. Children tend to remember lives of people who are the same gender as them and who were from the same country as them and most of the time in their past life they died young or in a violent way or sometimes both like the case of James Houston Junior. This may account for why more past life cases involve boys than girls. Men tend to die of violent or unnatural causes more often than women strangely when Tucker looked at the death statistics for the US. He found that men made up the same number of unnatural deaths in real life. Seventy two percent as they do in the cases he was studying all these similarities. Seem to Erie to. Just be a coincidence. If these memories are all fantasies why do they mirror real life so closely and there's another strange aspect to this phenomenon. That's even harder to explain away. Some of these children aren't just remembering a previous life. Be actually can remember.
"shanti" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You can tweet me at Shanti Pendergast Shanti Pendergast here shown Pendergast it is true you can tweet me at Shanti Pendergast tonight might be one of those nights right give that out against my better judgement although voice guy just give it out so at Shanti Pendergast have added I've been I've been battling on Twitter the last twenty four hours or so because I pointed out Cody Ballenger's batting average on a tweet where they had the video it's actually went all crazy on the Astros and got like ten thousand likes in two thousand retweets in my Twitter analytics are through the roof but boy did I waste a lot of time do not waste a lot of time tweeting back and forth with people yesterday and it's not good for a relationship by the way to be doing that I'm two weeks away from getting married I get married two weeks from yesterday remarried my second time her first time and and I've I've gotten really good about being able to put the phone away like a good for me you know if rating me on a curve like I still use my phone a lot but I got pretty good about it and then yesterday I tweeted that one thing about Cody Dillinger and my Twitter timeline went crazy and I started replying to people and retweeting you know what I learned we have a really really bad problem with spelling in this country why some of y'all really bad spellers in this isn't type post off this is in store for you got auto correct it into a different word these are like legitimate adults misspelling really basic words we're in a crisis level man you're right your I. phones not gonna spell all your words for you bro you got to learn to spell the word decipher it is just not D. I. S. C. I. T. H. E. R. it's not how it's spelled all right eight five five two one two four CVS astro sign stealing at the forefront we will shift gears in the next segment for a few minutes we will get all of you on the phones I promise it'll be big phone right here on the show but we will talk to Benjamin Albright draft analyst based out of Denver I'm gonna get his thoughts on where some of these rookie quarterbacks fit into what's going to be a fascinating fascinating off season at the quarterback position in the NFL I'm so let's keep going here in the meantime and hit the phone is a five five two one two four CVS to Baltimore Maryland we go talk to Chris Chris you're up on CBS sports radio what's happened place your order I'm good how you doing Chris doing all right doing okay so I'm just saying this as a Baltimore Orioles fan I don't really care that they cheated because my team is not good enough to do it so I don't really care I mean you still have to put the bat on the ball and still have to put it why and still have to go over ninety defenders so I mean ultimately you know they they did what they had to do honestly like yeah give them a little advantage but I don't really care that they cheated they got a World Series that two years ago like what do you do it several with like we want from it and as far as your Cody Ballenger statement they do say they do do they do caught the show because the patient has a game called the shell however doesn't make it any less do she he's still at the Baltimore coming from Baltimore now looking forward to this season what so ever I would say we have a little bit of promise but that would be a lie so Chris yeah I know right yeah exactly no Baltimore is is one of the epicenter for pro football I'm just curious as an oral figures look I'm in Houston the Astros were in the same spot did you guys are in back in twenty thirteen a one fifty one and one eleven they were one of the worst teams in recent history what are people saying they're about the Orioles in terms of the window here like what's the what's the plan like what's the turn around time frame Sports Illustrated was doing an article about the Astros back then saying that Hey my twenty seventeen they're gonna win the World Series which turned out to be actually correct what what's the window there how do you guys feel about the rebuild a lot of the guys on the local radio stations are talking about you know in the next three to five years and you know I'm I'm I've been a Baltimore oriole stand for all thirty years of my life and I've been through a lot of ups and a lot more down so it's it would be wrong of me to be positive about it so I'm a little bit pessimistic all my view I still see it probably upwards of five to seven maybe eight years and hell for even the chicken tenders we just don't were small market we don't have a lot of money Angeles's fight with his money anyway you know it just it just doesn't look good I can't even name like other than Adlai rush rent and usually I'll do you have like anybody that I'm even looking forward to seeing why yeah so it's hard but I mean it could all change you never know like we could get a couple start that come out of nowhere and become household names like I I I'm begging for that like I'm I'm I'm yearning for yeah Chris I appreciate the phone call god speed to your brother football season will be here before you know it that's tricky to look the Astros had to rebuild from the dregs in twenty twelve and twenty thirteen but you're doing it in a division where it's the Texas Rangers in the Seattle mayor earners in the Oakland days and the angels who were a big market team but you can't get out of their own way your Baltimore you're doing in the same division with the Yankees the red Sox to the biggest payrolls in baseball in the rays who were one of the smartest organizations to do more with less than anybody in baseball cool that's a tough part brother it is a tough part you are rooting for the new baseball playoff format to get put into place you guys have seen that right where they're talking about expanding wild cards from two wild cards to four to the B. seven teams total in each league and the top record that team will get a bite of the LDS and the other six the base we conducted draft based on record where the upper tier teams get to pick which opponent they play from the lower tier teams in the wild card round of three best of three I what you guys think that I'm off base on my astro takes then from what I've learned this week you're gonna hate this I love that I love that proposal I am all for not just baseball basketball and football leading the higher seeds pick their opponents in each round I think I think it would be a huge reward for playing well in the regular season will make the regular season mean more because that would be a reward of big reward for for getting an upper tier seats the NBA the tremendous that's the one sport where they would turn that into some television man the draft teams one through forty each conference get to draft from the pool of teams five to rate who they pick based on match ups all it would be awesome it would be awesome eight five five two one two four CBS to Vancouver Washington we go Tony you are up on CBS sports radio all that last caller is absolutely wrong okay there's a difference between a pitcher dipping is better okay we stand this way doesn't want to come you know our second bait our guide on second base bringing the character's level we've got a camera fixated on the catchers panel monitor in the dugout these guys give these guys a war the rascal they can hit a baseball okay in that they know what's coming in there a lot that's like putting a camera not bottle before the plane and putting a microphone in them and the linebackers ears that's a whole different style of cheating their unsportsmanlike and that doesn't that ruins the game and that's and that's cheating at its highest point when when you're 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"shanti" Discussed on Z104
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"shanti" Discussed on WEEI
"Me at Shanti Pendergast at Shanti Pendergast here shown Pendergast and as we speak most skirt goes in ring he Moster discordant other touchdown tomorrow's give me one of those days I'm in over my show at six AM I do a morning show here in Houston I'm gonna be like rain Moster discord other touchdown corny joke I know but I think I may use that tomorrow morning he is destroying the Packers right now the the forty Niners about to go up thirty forty seven on the Packers so we can turn our eyes the Kansas city and they can turn their eyes to this game and know it'll probably be the San Francisco forty Niners that they're playing let's head out to Kansas city right now talk to the cheese beat writer for the Kansas city star blur Kirk off joining me right now CBS sports radio player welcome in procedure making some time what's it like in Kansas city tonight well I'm looking at the field at arrowhead and they have not lifted a finger to get the confetti off so still they're still reveling in in in this triumphant and why why wouldn't they be it's the first Superbowl win fifty years for this organization and and it's pretty cool saying this is a town with a real loyal chiefs fan base that has been kinda kicked in the gut many years with the types of playoff losses that they've been to ward and tonight they are celebrating like like yeah like they won a championship yeah and then they get yeah well in it no doubt in and that's what I that's why I wanted to go with this player off the top is that there are franchises that have been made a Superbowl in fifty years but a lot of those franchises don't make it because they're just bad franchises they're bad most seasons the chiefs are not that big chiefs have been largely a pretty good franchise for most of that time especially recently in the last few years Seoul along those lines how much does this mean to the city knowing that as you alluded to they've been so close so many times to finally get over the hump well you're right I mean that that's a good observation that you'll choose to bend to you know exactly zero super bowls fifty years same as the brown seems to lie in same as the jets same as the you know just a couple others yeah but the chiefs are better you know they they just have had a better you know overall record better regular season success in those years more division titles that sort of thing better players and they just have not been able to to get it done in in the in the playoffs they and it's not just losing in the playoffs sometimes they lose the most excruciating ways and and then and then patch will homes comes along and changes the dynamic of the franchise the organization the mood of the city and he just wasn't a little loose today so this is very this is a town that could not be I could not be any happier now it is a it is a palace on fire blue golf Kansas city star covers the chiefs joining me on CBS sports radio let's stick with my homes for a second Blair where is he he's only been doing this two years I know he's been with the team three years but only started two years in Kansas city Kansas city's got some pretty iconic figures in its history both baseball and football weird as my home stack up right now yeah yeah well they're voting they're they're starting to you know the stitches already for the mount Rushmore in city sports especially the Super Bowl in in a couple weeks but he looked at the guy is the guy just been incredible and the two years as a starter two years okay at C. championship game now trophy in this game and and he was just spectacular today with three touchdown passes and is twenty seven yard touchdown run that yeah it was one of the just one of those games where I came in thinking he he's not going to lose he's he's not going to be the losing pitcher in this game to Ryan Tannehill S. nothing gets right in the who's had a phenomenal phenomenal post season and it has earned the right to that to be the Titans quarterback going forward but in in this you know and in the stadium on this day even that she's were down ten zip in seventeen seven I just I just didn't get a sense of my home's gonna lose this game blur Kirk off joining me on CBS sports radio who is the gold standard in Kansas city by the way Blair is it George Brett I'm in Houston I'm in Houston so Hakeem Olajuwon into everybody's chasing in Houston across all the sports is it George Brett in Kansas city yeah I would say that that we wished we we talked about that a lot it's it's it's it's a a some kind of can't see not watch more I think you'd have Brett would be on there when Dawson the the Super Bowl winning quarterback to us a long time in the ASL Tom Watson the golfer is akin to sitting in and lifelong Kansas city and you know bait majors and in it and the person I would always I would tend to put up there is buckle Neil the old the Negro leagues the iconic figure and but that they would catch a group homes let's see is he's moving up the charts pretty fast in this town and in in in who could who could deny him with with what he's accomplished how much do you think his maturity his composure his poise has to do with the fact that he's a second generation athlete yeah that that's that's important and he's talked about that in and is expressed at the when he was a when he was a kid you know is going into the a major league baseball club houses and you know in in hanging around the kids of other major league players and seeing you know Alex Rodriguez and and you know in in in in major league stars and not being there not being intimidated by the that idea I I think you know the and that makes sense to me I I get that but I guess what surprised me a little bit is why did he have more success in combat your why did this team a Texas tech was I think thirteen and sixteen with him as a starter while he was there under cliff Kingsbury and in low they had to you know they they played you you know how big twelve football is uses so what that minded with very little defense you know he he he with his his team to score in the forties and fifties lose game wasn't his fault he could never lead to victory so that not gold with victories but but he he he has got it done as a pro that the chief saw something in him during the draft where you know that wouldn't do we know now the three quarterbacks taken the first recorded Baxter whiskey and my Holmes and John Watson and the chiefs interview them all like them all but but they saw something in my home so that that that prompted them to move up from twenty seven to ten in the draft that year and he is he's farther along with the other two right now where we had tiring Matthew here in Houston for your last year so we know that that affect you can have on a locker room can you put into words what he's meant to that team in that defense this year I gotta tell you that so but just to finish writing about that did it you know as much as this is city is celebrating this offense and cut my home than Tyree kill and Travis Kelsey and Sammy Watkins and store after store on the opposite side mine too cheap to win this game a year ago and lost in doing the patriots in a shoot out in two days after the after the game but she's fired their defensive coordinator so they basically blew out their defenses staff for new assistance defensive coordinator and Steve spec no low they got rid of old stalwarts like Justin Houston and Eric very anti for origin in and brought in to read Matthew Frank Clark Alex local for been several others the a real new identity on on the defensive side of the ball in that changed everything for this team it was a slow start they they won't get the job done the first half of the season but it took him that long to get their act together in today the help limit Derek can reach to sixty nine yards rushing when this guy he's just dominated dominated everybody he's played in the second half of the season so is entering that you just a really big part of this big parties such such cerebral player and in a great great locker room influence yeah I spent some time with him after the game he is the guy's going to want to spend the cover and he is an indigo on players all look up to him golf Kansas city star joining me on CBS sports radio I'm gonna take a devil's advocate point of you for just a second Blair there the the patriots unexpectedly lose to the dolphins in week seventeen so now the cheese all the sudden have a bye you guys are probably expecting to cover a game that first week of the playoffs on week seventeen when that when the day started and then they get the Texans in it at home and then they get the sixteen at home in the AFC title game is there any concern that maybe those two teams have not tested the chiefs enough yet for what in all likelihood is gonna be the San Francisco forty Niners come Superbowl time your point and it's part of the narrative here that you're you're absolutely right there on the final day of the regular season she first you know going in thinking they'll be the number three seed they would host the six on the at the pike at the time the Titans they figure they keep the Titans in the first first round of the playoffs and in the office pull off one of the biggest upsets in tennis history and all the sudden the patriots and she slipped positions in the you know it's it's crazy so that she still stored until week to the divisional round and it all behind as you know twenty four to nothing to the Texans and that game is gonna you know there there's no way you lose a twenty four nothing it managing that game I don't care how good my homes and in the offense is but somehow the Texans found a way to lose it that they they lost it before halftime twenty four to nothing well in the second quarter of two short twenty twenty four to break so crazy bounces go their way in in in in bad decisions I thought by bill o'brien in that game so but she's made some luck in in that game and then and then they get your Tennessee clearing up the patriots and the Baltimore Ravens in in the in the playoffs and the chief all they have to do is be the nine and seven sixty to get to the Superbowl now I would have been surprised I did one this game and and they were they were like the five Steelers of the twenty ten Packers to succeed the cot and won the Superbowl I thought the Titans been playing now well but I I don't know good things been dropped following the cheats way now for several weeks and in today's just more evidence of that Blair Kirk off Kansas city star joining me on the show last one before I let you go Blair what's what's the biggest concern I think we know what the match up is going to be now the Niners are leading thirty four seven with one quarter left to talk about that match up a little bit what about the forty Niners concerns you the most as somebody who who is covering the chiefs yeah great deep at the front so I don't know if the if the chiefs will will be able to you know cal on scoring the way that they get you know fifty one and thirty thirty five here in two playoff games I I I'm I'm not sure we're gonna see a total like that by the chiefs in in in the Superbowl so once again we can circle back to what we talked about earlier I think she's defense is going to have to come up big against Jimmy rob Lowe in the in the forty Niners came to Kansas city year ago in grappler got hurt in that game suffered a season ending in the ending injury Hey there ahead so we didn't get to see the head with the full flavor of the forty Niners were a year ago when they called off for twelve finish well they're the re I think that the real deal that defense is terrific and and and then I will what a what a great match up you've got you know that's fantastic offense against the great defense and it looks like services offices do a pretty good job tonight too no doubt blur Kershaw Kansas city star Blair congrats we appreciate it thank you talk to you I used to thanks for joining me all right we got it we got a minute or so left I know there's a call we have an old Stevens in South Carolina wants to drop in here real quick as we head toward stop we are Stephen you got about a minute fire away all right great first farm very a very happy to Travis is combat the Clinton or not for his senior year higher by on Facebook which is by all the Clinton tiger fan we're very happy coming back because I can assure you that you know he'll definitely be a first running back off the board next year here in mid to late first round and one more thing I want to say there's no cost there's no there's no there's nothing there's nothing bad about earning a degree because you can't play football forever mean yeah I've been something happen to Travis Lee have a degree to fall back on and you know nobody is Iron Man like study getting is Eurovision was when he played in just fifteen thank you so you know I'm happy for Travis congradulations so I'll go a hang up thank you very precede precede Steve receded now look these guys they go back to school may the V. counterpoint to that and I'm someone who's in Travis Etienne's corner on the decision that he made the counterpoint to that is he he can always go back and get his degree right and maybe he suffers a career ending knee injury the first week of training camp rookie minicamp he can go back to Clemson and finish up I get what you're saying now look I think there's something commendable about finishing what you started you know that yeah I think there's some kids maybe feel like you know what.
Sacred Geomancy: Our Tree Release Ceremony
" recently bought land and I am extremely excited about that of wanted that for myself all my life and it's finally manifested in a completely aligned in quite magical way actually so tons of synchronicities of this land coming to be our and making a wonderful friendship with the lady who has owned the land hand in. It's been in her family since the eighteen fifties and she is full of stories and history about the land and land ownership really feels to me like stewardship and coming into relationship with the land being in relationship. Whether it's when people say dog owners but I don't feel like I'm the owner of Shanti. I I have a relationship with her. I love her and that's how I want to start things. He's off on the right foot with this land that we have acquired so as soon as we took ownership of this beautiful sacred property I started thinking about how I wanted to initiate communication with all the life that already lives there and this is such an important aspect of living on planet earth to me is living in harmony with all the other inhabitants instead of US humans taking ourselves out of context really and just thinking that we're the only ones that are important so started tuning in and spending time on the land. Meditating on land and disconnecting with all the life that was there. The first phase has felt like admiring someone someone from afar before courtship. You know and just this past weekend we we made it to the dating as with the land where we engaged in a relationship and began the communication and I wanted to do ceremony of release and do energy work for the trees that are going to have to be released to enable us to build our house on the land. As as much as I don't want to destroy any why form that says beautiful as a tree or any other kind of life-form for that matter I wanted wanted to approach this land clearing with a lot of respect and a lot of honor and a have several medicine women in the area that I reach out to from time to time when I feel like I need some support I need someone to hold the space for me. I think this is a very important thing for people who do medicine healing work shamanism people who hold space and ceremony for others. It's important to remember that we also need to be held and sometimes we need a sacred container to process our our own stuff where we don't have to hold that all down for ourselves as well healers need each other and that something that I see doesn't doesn't happen a lot. A Lot. Healers get very isolated in their own little respective corner and I really tried to listen when I feel that. Call the push to connect with another healer and say hey. Will you help me with this. And I feel like there's a lot of strengthen that because we can lift each other up and the beautiful thing is I can learn so much from different lineages different traditions and techniques that I can get to be a part of and actually enjoy so. That's what I did. I called on my friend. Susannah Ravenswing. She's a beautiful shaman. In in the northern tradition her techniques traditions lineages rites and ceremonies are very different from from my lineage. And I love that because it doesn't have to be this or that it doesn't have to be. Oh it's my way and I do it like this. When it comes to sacred connection and space how beautiful to learn and experience from others who are very good at what they do so I knew that I wanted? Some help was quite emotional about the trees. Because I have never had to do anything like this. I've never ever actually taken the life of anything that have eaten and I believe in doing that with a lot of respect if that happens just the way are indigenous brothers and sisters would take time to honor and respect that life if they were going to connect and merge which with that life and use that life to sustain. There's so a lot of thoughts have been rolling around in my mind. A lot of emotions about these trees. I would have overwhelming moments where I would cry and think will who are we to take them and move them for our home and take their lives. That just didn't seem right. So I had to talk with others and get some counsel from people that I respect get some different perspectives and viewpoints on it and Susanna was talking about how important it is to ask the trees for their help in in remaining on the land energetically if they would like to with their sweetness and with their support and explain to them. What is happening versus just barbarically coming in with no notice no love no honor and just mowing them all down? I'm sure you've seen the recent studies and articles about trees and how they communicate through the Maciel network and how they take care of their are young if they notice that one of their babies is sick. They can send nutrients through that network that beautiful fausia. In the earth of my Celia. It's amazing really. The more we learn about the intelligence and the consciousness and responsiveness the of the trees so it also helped me to have someone to just hold me through this process because it was an emotional time. Time for me and Steve. My husband was so supportive. He wasn't going to take one tree down until I gave him the go-ahead and he waited waited patiently and even though he didn't quite get it at first the more that we worked with the land in the more shared with them about what the experience was like he was so into it and he's forming his own relationship with this land as well because I told him after that phase one weekend where I did did the release ceremony and then he started the initial clearing. It was like we did go from admiring the land dating now. We're dating eating or certainly not married yet. We have a lot of getting to know each other in communication that has to happen in as what really hit me about the whole process. It's a relationship. It's just like being in right relationship with our bodies. I check in with my organs all the time and anyone can do. Medical intuitive work a highly recommend it in at teach people how in the courses that offer but communicating waiting with everything that is alive aware and responsive only makes life better so it reminded me that going in and meeting the trees and I'm getting to know them is just like when I do a body scan and I see what's going on inside me with these living Organs her feeling communication and relationship is what everything boils down to when it comes to having an effective life life
"shanti" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Yes yeah I know why is that it or you know one more well one more student what's go let's go December and keep quiet and therefore knows because now we're talkin wellness over rate at one no it's good buddy have a good day have you guys been you guys the on elves and website JP guys yes in the yeah favorite Italian Randolph yeah so he quit boy was I just talking about taking my shirt off being proud now and eat a peak was a getting Wishard off for three weeks Hey is Shanti Shanti all right so you get three or four items your best Chicago food day what is it all right wannabe stats so aren't there mac and they're all they have the best Italian beef and the world download it now yes my hand will be black burn he okay my third option will be kind of a privately Mahdia now than capital now they have like a bad was there ever my final he Jenny I yeah I'll of world isn't local that now that some I yeah it is good though yeah thank yous is good have a good day thank you bye and Shanti love you to love you were good yeah rule Hey listen Lucy you get three or four items best Chicago food day okay my main one and ready and bad ends on sixteenth Avenue bye bye what is that okay it's only thank you are out how your restaurant okay thank he you know if they're young kids and it's like and your mom yeah all right and then the second one is definitely on here and it's almost like getting this happening this week I'm going and while you're there what all right black on my arm and there and what so you have to send one back to back buy only well I am not at all your phone and you could just like your fate there I like it thank you have a good day for good measure our plugging good places last corolla good last time I lost all my god a places on believe moves so that every one of our mondo what a blast corolla Dr now I'm hungry and distracted and I got a lot of this wrap this thing.
"shanti" Discussed on KNSS
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Guitarist John Frusciante Rejoins the Red Hot Chili Peppers — Again
"An announcement from Red Hot Chili Peppers today former guitarist John Christiane T. will rejoin the band he's been gone for the past ten years Josh Klinghoffer has had the role since two thousand nine in its announcement on Instagram the band said it is deeply grateful for the time with Klinghoffer homes they all respect and love for Shanti left the band once before for addiction
"shanti" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Selena Gomez one of two point seven it is consistent just me know before Tadema did you know the shot to get a Jim Bob semi capital to stand by that's come in one of two point seven kiss FM about thank you for looking he did which was you need so you can to what about Jana Shanti.
China warns of 'firm counter measures' after Trump signs U.S. legislation on Hong Kong
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"shanti" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Shontayne jay have been together for thirty three years and the for the first thing ajay said about their relationship was they have fun together. Shanty is originally from zurich switzerland. She studied social work holistic skin and body care and psychology. She is a co creator of experience. The game in which they will explain later in the program jay is originally from new york and studied at the boston university and friends world college. Jay is the c._e._o. C._e._o. Of experience technologies together jay shanty have created the b. and b. will healing center where shontayne mentors mentors in runs the center and j handles all the technology day also created the modern version of the flotation tank which is named it floating on cloud nine healing tank. They live and have their center in ben lomond santa cruz. I love having them on the show because because it's a great example of how couples can live love and work together for thirty three years well. This is the second part of a two part conversation with shanti in j e have j. and shanti here this evening and i'm so happy to have you here. Here is once you get it then. You got one then. You have to give it once you get it. Then you really gotta yeah. I see that experience game now. We have to talk about the game because we've we've pretty much covered. I wanted to see the basis of you know <hes> so so the viewers listeners could or the we don't really have a live audience but yes i mean will the mechanics with iran right and so they can see that where they came from is okay i mean there's people that can come from harlem from the you you know from the ghetto from anywhere and if they just changed uplift their their heart and their mind and their mentality their unconscious mind that they are all wealthy not every one of us on this planet just like i always say everybody has good at him. I don't care how bad like even charles manson has been in. He just doesn't know it. It's just watched. Our one of our pay was moving again. Petra adams yes sir. Everybody has something to give their the healing. They're healing. Somebody else really works that way. Deny people to give themselves. They only fifty percent santa live. It seems like that very active giving of having something to bring to the table is healing quality and speaking for for myself because i'm just now really living <hes> my purpose and passion and it's taking like three years four years from this to totally get to this level oh. I know that i'm just i being my. I feel so happy inside piece because i'm i'm sharing sharing my purpose in my passion and i know jean. Houston is helping people to get to that level. You know jean houston. <hes> you know there's just so much that everybody they just need to hone in you know to to hone into what their what their purpose and passion is having that space for people people to hold that space for them and for me. The magic of the game is that were just listening to each other instead of just talking over an outburst and we call it as part of the dean process that we're actually listening connecting really carrying. The goal of the game is to reach your highest potential and then helped the other place stairs so we're here on stage. You get your fifteen minutes on stage with your friends or people who don't know and then also carrying about you and loving you. Yes you know that's part of their wealth also had some experience. Yes an authentic real connection. That's the only way to me. That's the only only really can't make it's the frequency saying thing hormonal exchange oxytocin increases intervention increases by rail and that's another part that we were talking on. We're here that we just love the fact that we can deliver deep spiritual experiences without you know from spiritual place with it but having a flotation center and offering people that they go into tank for for an hour and a half and they reach these levels within themselves that they've never touched before when they come out and they had had this beaming and on their face and they're like they're lit up for for us. That's again a move like this wealth exchange to minor exchange of money for but what they get from it is yes could be life changing so let's talk about your cloud nine a little bit because i think that we've kind of got into this subject because it's all in the healing process. Tell tell us about that. Well actually we've evolved cloud nine. We had a center in los gatos for for many years and that was yeah that was us my intention you know coming from social work concerned with my outlook was very different in the beginning it was about relaxing people pampering bring them making me feel better feeling bad for them and they switched more more got. The sense of that is something in each person that is looking kieffer balanced looking for looking for wealth real wells yes so let them find it instead of me trying to dig foggier again right right now. I'm finding it and so more maury would to workshops we do meet up and the flotation thing came in which is the best this way to find it because you have nothing else. Nobody else telling you what to do what to look for manila sal so how does that actually work so you're sure so because we both have our experiences good to have it's good for me to see the yin and the yang x. interpretation so one of the things vibrational thing and the point to make before with cloud nine that we moved our tank into the b._n._b. Well which was our home that we converted into rbm be and it's a very quiet area so it's the vibration there with so much better. Even though we were head to flotation take a decade in los gatos you committee feel that energetics jetted underneath where now it's much more peaceful and open kind of tuned into redwoods and all that and but you're inside of a tank with ten inches of water that's computer controlled at skin temperature and you're enclose yourself and there's eight hundred and fifty pounds of high-quality epsom salt magnesium sulfate it takes all the gravity off your central nervous syrians relaxed very deep water and you're voting on top of the new okay okay so the idea floating on cloud nine okay up now more and more geico lift in instead of going up going to in the space so be be well is more of a challenge than just flowed out from cloud then you come back the real world integrate grading well. It's like you know some people say integrating your dark side in your in your lights and integrative a tools. Also we have a number of tools that we put together this very unique e._m._t. Well is way more about <unk> is about finding balance from within still some people recall it floating on cloud nine and it feels like that but i will new business name is beaten be well it's b._n._b. People can come for an hour or they can come for a weekend and they can come for the forty day. Wealthy challenged which starting in may with a friend of mine that affects all levels of here b but it's always invitation signed the bounds from listened and signed up makes fun. Don't make it were no playful about in help. Upbeat happy healthy being yeah wants to play when we call it clerk yeah so you're lurking all the time clerk clerk twenty four seven three sixty five hybrid of work and play okay okay. We're plugging different outlook well to me. Working needs needs to be play it just it just has to be. You got to have fun. That's be midnight and we're still some so called work kind of goes. Both ways kind of just becomes life but you just keep that balance exactly keeps balance one thing i i read earlier in my intro today which i i'm really getting leading this. I read this the other day. It was the aramaic interpretation of the lord's prayer and it's really interesting not good and bad but ripe type and unripe right and unripe so instead of you know it's the essence of maturity <music> you know so there isn't a bad there isn't a kid it's ripe and ripening or unripe unripe ripening so i really liked it because it takes the edge off of it. It's more loving the game we have different cards or one of them just the words of wisdom and each each of both of us only had one. We put ourselves. Diet used a lot of other wise people from around the world through history these words of wisdom so but the one that jaunty did i love that fits in here of everything changes. Yes anything change. Change change changes well. They say there's nothing more consistent than change but it's it's in degrees is still the same same reason this them saying. Is it still the same fruit. It just looks different and feels different but you're not changing that much in essence. You still pay an apple melon. Whatever you still think whenever <music> you're the cocoa anything about that. They possess from c. needs to being very juicy to being ready to become posted happening this integrating good for other sumners again conscious. They all recycle. The universe is recycled art being food. I want to be cremated and be being yeah yeah. That's a good joke. That's fun yeah. You know so really you're you're wealthy. You've already explained how you have your wealth and and where you get your wealth 'cause you you work together. I mean let me ask you this. When you have any disagreement about money because you know no money is the driving force of divorces it is it's the highest reason why why couples there's but there's got to be deeper deeper reasons but that's one of the things that's that's on the surface of the obvious force for most people don't want to go deep after don't do the work. It takes work quick. I told you already that money's not an issue for us as much energy so is that what you want to have energy got combustion could could we were actually married with the idea that we're together for as long as we're good for each other see that's wonderful under so i think having that context yes. It's not yes. It takes the because you grow either grow together. You don't grow together well. It's alive live thing. It's alive commitment. Not desks desks does park you. You have to die see no no no but that's the other person that's so obvious word for thirty three years and hallelujah people the people tell us that you got look like he's just been together for short time and energy together sometimes doesn't fight. Actually it was great. Ignite saliva but in the end this is as much much a testament to have our highest potential within us and that we've acknowledged that to work with that in the game that allows us to do this so we got into the tension. We got into a little title of different perspectives. If you want to be really nice about it and then once we got to replace okay. Let's you know let's get through this game. We played leading within pillai sandwich you about cheating. I thought i knew that i was making a joke about the cheating. Thing is powered on each other to to the cheating is fast forward and the fast forward is the light is always at the the center of the game so we do know already that an everything sat down and yelled eventually got to love each other. We're gonna make up. We're gonna find <music> now. Transforming we might as well fast forward it instead of going days about hessel waste of energy quickey chidi with the ipad even better iphone and very soon android app. Hopefully it just feels a car to where you're wonderful. Example and i and i really want you to share because our we've we have about ten minutes left already. So what do we rely on and on that. Please tell us about the except yes picture speaks a thousand words yes and so this is the game board and this is one of the forms of the game so this is is and i'm not sure if the camera gonna show that bill put down but again. There's a light at the center of the game. We're all connected. We all play on different stages news at different times so again i could be in red and the blue and green right and we're just taking different perspective so we acknowledged it and if we're gonna community entity now different people are taking on different perspectives and that's one of the training things that we do a maple people to have that stage their time on that stage to say what they need to say and the magic of the game that we're tapped into the universal consciousness..
"shanti" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"B. will healing center where shontayne mentors in runs the center and j handles all the technology they also created the modern version of the flotation tank which is named named floating on cloud nine a healing tank. They live at have their center in ben lomond santa cruz. I love having them on the show. Oh because it's a great example of how a couples can live love and work together for thirty three years well and they will share their insight right. This is the first part of a two part conversation with jay and sean t they have jay and sean here this evening and i'm so happy to have you here. I'm very excited to have our conversation and i i know i had sent you some questions and i'll start with one anyway anyway and that's that's about how you raised around money and what your parents your teachers how they raise you. How did they help you think around money. What a full spectrum. I thank you for having us on the show since one of phony appreciate it and yeah so in us looking at had to our differences because we have so different from different cultures backgrounds and so it's really interesting. We were just discussing. Some of the questions and this one is again from my perspective. My parents were were so wealthy on one level and dan went level was at the level of the rest of the world. Are you talking monetarily moneywise. Just love there was more again. A new there was abundance who's always abundance but there was also always fear that is the ban so having always balanced between those just who might inhabit enough in coming from from a middle class family and my father worked really hard to do it you know to uh-huh take care of the family and to senegal college into all these different things and how many children have two other sisters so the three of us okay and my parents are still around. Wow wonderful family. Everybody is where all unbroken families so all three. All three siblings have are still married and you have kids in the group. I think we learned what to do and what not to do with part of both on relationship take your parents had a good role model for for long-term relationship. I'm just i'm so happy to have you on here and i'm said that already you but just the fact that you worked in love and and have been together for thirty three years that says something in itself big blessing yes so both of of us here that so well. That's a good example. That's why i like to have you on the show as an example of what works and especially so tell me sean sean to you what what was your situation with money. You know you're absolutely right. I think it's our parents that teaches so much being because the information information that we gathered in the first couple years to mend isley important ruling our subconscious mind and learn about that all the time and we talk with people and that that was a very very lucky. I woke up feeling we will class because we had lots of folks got all education that i needed. My mother had time to play with me. He always had good food and when i was five years old actually created a bizarre and sold all the toys is that they didn't need anymore to send to albert schweitzer who just opened up lumbering my goodness and i south and these kids were not labor out there. They're only had tiny little cloth loincloth and only got rice vegetables and all this got some chocolate dessert <hes> swiss chocolate.
New arrest video surfaces of woman who was found dead in jail
"Bland, a twenty eight year old black woman was arrested at a traffic. Stop in east Texas back in two thousand fifteen police said she failed to put on her turn signal when changing lanes three days later bland killed herself in her jail cell, the case, generated international condemnation now cell phone video of that traffic. Stop has come to light. And as NPR's Wade Goodwin reports the video was taken by bland herself. During the confrontation, Sandra bland cell phone video begins after the confrontation has already started as Texas State trooper Bryant's Aena orders bland out to be arrested Clark. Now, why am I be trying to give me failures? Why am I being apprehended you open my door? The video was uncovered by investigative network dot org in it bland is flabbergasted that she's about to be arrested for a minor traffic infraction. But it's trooper insa NIA who escalates the confrontation he pulls his tasers. From his holster pointed at bland and threatens her with it. Wow. Now. Wow. Nia loses his composure, although bland asked repeatedly, the trooper refuses to say why she's being arrested while she's outraged bland is mostly self controlled and doesn't cower before the troopers fury. Court. Let's do it for failure to see yet for. Get. I have a right before this is my property while the thirty nine second video gives Bland's first person perspective. There's no new information. That's because the troopers dash Cam recording was released soon after Bland's death that video with its naked portrayal of insen knee as bullying behavior caused an international hue and cry in his interview with Texas DPS investigators the trooper claim self defense, Mike, my safety was in jeopardy. And more than one time that statement resulted and the be charged with perjury his own dash Cam video giving light to his account that video shows insomnia. Bathing Sandra bland, as he returns to her car to give her the ticket seem very retaining Bland's family back in Chicago was never satisfied with the aftermath of the case. The perjury charges against the trooper were dropped in exchange for an agreement that incident he had never worked in law enforcement again in an interview with investigative network dot org. Bland sister Shanti need them called for Texas law enforcement to reopen. The case this not only shows that. But that he really Hannah visits even stopping period. And at the end of the day, he needs the jail while no criminal charges were ever. Brought Bland's family sued the county and the state and receive nearly two million dollars in the wake of bland suicide and in east Texas jail cell the Texas legislature passed the Sandra bland act air requires all Texas law enforcement officers be trained specifically in de-escalation techniques and requires that jail deaths
"shanti" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Yeah. That's not me that said that. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Thanks, buddy. We have tickets for Nazri. Wonder why certain lake artists don't come on our show. He's probably proud of it. You think so is that story was every toys? So is he really he's really, stinky for some reason, according to one fan, Gordon one fan is e somebody doesn't used iota or something like that. Have you seen post Malone? Besides the hall show me picture. Yeah. I guess I did recognize the guy. Must be somebody else named post. Timmy, the postman delivering gives it up. Shanti picture post Malone. Okay. Bringing over here on the real close here again. Music. And I'm sure he's a great guy. You know, all that. Yeah. Yeah. He does little stink. Is that run say, no, no, correct? Me five hundred said that you'll I know you gave me a look right there. Oh, poor guy. Yeah. Yeah. I'm scrolling through pictures the thing that like his vibe is a little disheveled. You know, I think you'd be okay with that. And the grill. He's got a grill going onto their face tattoos on the face and the judging knows, but yeah. We can move on. Yeah. Man every photo you look at it's your now. It's in my head. Thanks. Yeah. Me too. I'm so sorry. I tend.
"shanti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And save shanti is with us in atlanta hi sean how are you sean good thank you so much taking my call sure what's up okay so happy and i are on two separate baby steps i got started listening to you i know let's see what happened was we're newlyweds we've been married for three months now but once you're married you're not on separate baby steps as a family you're on one or the other you combine your finances when you're married yeah and that's what we're trying to do now on the didn't take twenty minutes yeah the thing we have so many things that's automatically drafted out of our account that we're trying to get to the point that we are having it all in one but it's just i don't know let let's start let's stop a second okay i'm talking about philosophically and relational making a list of all the debts that we have and all the money that we have even if they're in two separate checking accounts for right now we can still make a list and start calling it we and stay because when you get married it's french it's we we the preacher does not saying now you're a joint venture and so you really really need to combine your stuff so how much debt did he bring to the marriage well a lot of it was coming from errors when it comes to like the thing that we cost the wedding and things like that but his own he had about nine thousand and student loans okay how much how much do you have it's mostly combined are when they come to the credit card debt so us together it's about thirty nine thousand paid off about five thousand so far good and how much did you have that you brought separate from that of the marriage it's probably less than about three thousand okay so all we do just add all of that up and put it on one sheet your separate baby steps by the way even if you were doing it separately you both have debt you're both in baby step two okay yeah i think that they think is that he's never really saved up money on his own so he was more excited about getting to that thousand dollars but okay okay so yeah okay bye i felt like well maybe we're both already on to but no no one one thousand dollar savings between the two of you that we have and now you're on baby step.
"shanti" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"Yes girl and we're here talking about this phenomenal movie that you have coming out on netflix about your life and shanti adams's playing roxanne shante what a coincidence that your name shontae atoms tell us what you get a call this movie and you're like i'm gonna be playing roxanne shontayne money shanti yeah so the casting director actually reach out to me it was like hey i'm casting this film i want you to come into edition and so when i read the script i knew who wrecks fan sean taylor was i have older siblings of there where like die hard hip hop fans so i knew through i knew about her through them and when she told me to come in addition and i saw i read in the script that she goes back sean and i was like oh there's not many shanties out there it's not common name automatically fell as strong connection to this tripped and i think that came across the room according to sean absolutely great job great job so just some some some fun facts about the film it's a collaboration between coproduction between fars whitaker and ferrall williams and mimi valdes many of us know from vibe and the movie also co stars nia long mahathir sheila lee neo long please your mother she does yes ms peggy and she does a great job nice great job in when my mom i got a chance to see the movie the first thing my mother said when she's seen nia long was like nia that's me.