37 Burst results for "TWO"

Fresh update on "two" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

00:43 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "two" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Because Tom Brady's a freak of nature in a good way. But is there not that slight bit of worry that this is the year we see the decline in Tom Brady. Look, he retired for about a hot second to maybe because he thought to himself, hey, I don't feel quite the same. A guy who may be needing to be retired soon. Or rethinking what to do next, Tiger Woods, what's left? Can he ever win another major? Robert lucich, he's going to join us next to talk about an hour three of the rich eisen show I'm Dan Schwartzman, in for rich on this Tuesday right here. On the rich eisen show. Get an inside look at Hollywood with Michael Rosenbaum. Let's get inside of Mark Paul gosselaar. How hard was it, by the way, working on a series like NYPD blue? Glad I'm not like walking onto a show that like that now because with all social media and everyone has an opinion and early 2000, there was one guy with a blog. I just remember reading that I was going to bring the franchise down. I was horrible. And by the way, I thought they were right. Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum. Listen, wherever you get your podcasts..

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Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 31 min ago

Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

"New York City police identify a suspect responsible for the unprovoked fatal shooting of a passenger aboard a subway train Andrew Abdullah is wanted by police who tweeted a photo of the 25 year old court record show he has two open criminal cases and several arrests On Sunday just before noon 48 year old Daniel Enrique was on his way to brunch from his park slope Brooklyn home on the last car of the Q trade as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge police say witnesses tell them the suspect Abdullah was pacing the train then stopped in front of Enrique took out a gun and shot him in the chest When the train got to canal he took off mayor Eric Adams The city must be safe And that is what I must do as the mayor of the city Julie Walker New York

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Fresh update on "two" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:34 min | 8 min ago

Fresh update on "two" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Shooting a senseless tragedy The S&P 500 Index now lower by 42 points down 1.1% the Dow is down 23 points and dropped there of one tenth of 1% as stacked down three O one a decline of 2.6% That profit warning from snapping weighing on tech shares snap plunging now by 43% Ten year yield 2.75% ten year up 25 30 seconds spot gold 1866 ounce up 7 tenths of 1% and West Texas intermediate crew down now by two tenths of 1% WTI at one ten O two a barrel European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde is rejecting the idea that the Euro area is heading for a recession speaking this morning to Bloomberg radio and television at the World Economic Forum She said a recession is not a baseline She also told us despite the challenges of war and higher energy and food prices there are a number of positives to take into consideration Unemployment which is at rock bottom rate compared with whatever we have measured in the last 20 years We have massive savings that are still untouched And we have look.

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Biden to sign policing order on Floyd anniversary: AP source

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 34 min ago

Biden to sign policing order on Floyd anniversary: AP source

"AP sources say President Biden plans to sign an executive order on policing tomorrow Wednesday is the second anniversary of George Floyd's killing by Minneapolis police Three people familiar with the matter say the president will sign the order alongside Floyd's relatives It would require federal law enforcement to review and revise use of force policies restrict the flow of surplus military gear to local police and encourage limits on choke holds and no knock warrants The order does not go as far as the president originally wanted bipartisan police reform talks stalled in Congress last year The new steps are the results of months of talks between The White House and civil rights groups and police organizations Sagar Meghani Washington

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The Left Uses Privilege to Undermine America's Privilege

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:37 sec | 2 hrs ago

The Left Uses Privilege to Undermine America's Privilege

"Who excoriate religion live in a society where their freedoms are based on teachings in the Bible. Many who say that the nuclear family is antiquated, grew up in two parent households. Those who condemn the police is oppressive, still summon them when they are in danger. And too many use their right to free speech to advocate suspending it for all who disagree with them. What a litany of dishonesty. We are using our privilege to undermine the very system that is given us that privilege.

Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 hrs ago

Alonso hits 3-run homer, Mets rack up 18 hits to rout Giants

"The mets racked up 18 hits including three home runs to route the Giants 13 to three Pete Alonso was three for 5 with three RBIs Alonzo and Jeff McNeil each with two run homers Mark kenna also went deep Francisco Lindor's double scoring two runs gave him 500 RBIs in his career David Peterson got the wind pitching 6 innings giving up three hits and two runs with 6 strikeouts Here to help the team win you know anyway I can and do my job every 5th day and focus on that Like I said one pitch at a time and help this team win Help us get to our goal The Giants have lost 5 in a row for the second time this season Alex Cobb gave up 6 runs on ten hits and 6 innings Ryan leong San

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Biden: Leaders navigating 'dark hour' after Ukraine invasion

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 hrs ago

Biden: Leaders navigating 'dark hour' after Ukraine invasion

"President Joe Biden has concluded his two country visit to Asia with an uncompromising message on Ukraine The president told the indo Pacific leaders assembled for a four country summit that they were navigating a dark R in our shared history due to Russia's brutal war on Ukraine and he urged the group to make a greater effort to stop president Vladimir Putin's aggression We're navigating a dark hour in our shared history The Russian brutal and unprovoked war against Ukraine has triggered a humanitarian catastrophe Meanwhile on Monday global defense leader disagreed to send more advanced weapons to Ukraine I'm Charles De

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Vasilevskiy, Lightning beat Panthers 2-0 in Game 4 for sweep

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 hrs ago

Vasilevskiy, Lightning beat Panthers 2-0 in Game 4 for sweep

"Andrei vasilevskiy stopped 49 shots to lead the Tampa Bay lightning to a two zero game four shutout Monday night The reigning Stanley Cup champions will once again advance to the Eastern Conference Finals after having two goals disallowed in the second period the eventual game winner came off the stick of pat maroon Florida went over three on the power play and ranging off the iron multiple times but weren't able to solve vasilevsky who was now clinched 6 of the last 7 series with a shutout The Panthers who averaged over four goals per game during the season were only able to score three in their last four games against the lightning

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Ramírez homers, McKenzie sharp as Cleveland downs Astros 6-1

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 8 hrs ago

Ramírez homers, McKenzie sharp as Cleveland downs Astros 6-1

"Tristan Mackenzie earned his third win of the season by surrendering one run over 7 innings in the Cleveland guardian 6 to one win over the Houston Astros In his longest outing of the season Mackenzie allowed just three hits and a walk while striking out three He says he and quechua Luke mainly kept things simple I think we just stuck with the plan I think I really just trust myself and trust a mailing back there and just executing my pitches I think using the fastball early and then kind of just mixing this in curveballs later and just trying to keep them off balance I think that's a good lineup kind of top to bottom and more just trying to figure them and figure them figure them out and just actually myself José Ramírez finished four for 5 with a two run Homer and four RBI for Cleveland while Luke maley collected three hits and a walk to go with three run scored Alex Bregman's 7th inning Homer accounted for Houston's only run Adam spole in Houston

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Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 hrs ago

Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

"The Celtics evened up their Eastern Conference final series against the heat at two games apiece with a big one O two 82 game four win Jayson Tatum led all scores with 31 points after scoring only ten in the Celtics game three laws I think I do a really good job of you know after I sleep it off regardless if I have ten points of 46 points the next day is the next day and whatever happened happened Boston never trailed and led by as many as 32 after a game opening 18 to one run while holding Miami without a field goal for nearly 9 minutes

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Proving the Link Between Egypt and the Hebrew People

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:35 min | 10 hrs ago

Proving the Link Between Egypt and the Hebrew People

"Back. I'm talking to doctor Douglas, petrovic, who is putting forward a thesis with a lot of evidence that, in fact, the world's oldest alphabet is Hebrew or what eventually became the Hebrew alphabet going back so far that it's almost incomprehensible to the 19th century BC. If you know anything about the evolution of language and alphabet, and we're going to get into that, it's gigantic news. And it proves the link between Egypt and the Hebrew people. So a lot of what you've discovered doctor petrovic, and by the way, thank you for being with us today. The reason it's so controversial is because it supports the Bible as history and there are a lot of people deeply invested in that not being right. And so you become their enemy and what you're putting out there. They want to debunk it. When did you in the course of your studies begin to see that you had something here that you could make this case? It goes back to 2012 and 2013. It all started when I was studying for my comprehensive exams for my PhD at the university of Toronto, which by the way, the major of my program was serial Palestinian archeology and the first minor was Egyptian language ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic language. And then the second miners ancient near eastern religions, but all goes back to 2012 when all of a sudden out of nowhere I fell into evidence for Israelites in Egypt at the time of the exodus. I already knew the right time frame for this that it's the middle of the 15th century BC that they exit has happened in 1446 BC. And I knew the right place, which is the site of a virus. And what was discovered there were animal remains consisting of four different animals that you read about in excess 11 and 12, the time of the first Passover, the tenth plague on Egypt, dogs, cattle, sheep, and goats, and most of them were sheep and sheep and goats, and almost all of the sheep and goats died in their first year of age, which is exactly what the Hebrew Bible says was a requirement for the sacrificial animals. So in studying this in falling into this, you know, I consider it kind of like a gold mine that I fell into.

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Douglas Petrovich on Hieroglyphics and the Hebrew Alphabet

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 10 hrs ago

Douglas Petrovich on Hieroglyphics and the Hebrew Alphabet

"So you're telling me that we know and everybody would agree that whatever the first alphabet was, the first written language that uses alphabetics was derived we know from Egyptian hieroglyphics. Now, is that because of is it the letter a that looks like a bull or an upside down bull? How do we know that Egyptian hieroglyphics lead to the first alphabet? Well, we know for several reasons. One of which is that in its earliest form. And by the way, the earliest inscriptions were found in several sites in Egypt and several sites in Sinai southwestern Sinai. So from those early inscriptions, we know that at that stage, at that phase, the alphabetic script was extremely what we call pictographic, which means it's as if you were drawing something and anyone looking at the drawing could clearly tell what you were drawing because of the picture. So that is what was borrowed very clearly and again, agreed on by all scholars. That was drawn from hieroglyphics. And as time went along, Eric in the second millennium BC and by the way, that's the 19th century BC is when it started. Our earliest attested alphabetic letter is 1842 BC and the oldest inscription is 1840 BC. So as then time went along, the script evolved if you don't mind the term, in such a way that it became less and less pictographic. And if you think about it, that's really logical because you wouldn't want people to spend so much time writing every single letter drawing a well, you know, with good curvature, all of the forms of a picture. But if you could make it more abstract if you could write it faster, then it would speed up the entire writing.

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2500 Years Ago, Aristotle Articulated What We're Living Through Now

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 11 hrs ago

2500 Years Ago, Aristotle Articulated What We're Living Through Now

"So Aristotle, 2500 years ago. I think better articulates part of what we are living through right now than even most commentators in the media. So Aristotle talked about things that do not change. So knowledge of things that do not change is wisdom. There's practical knowledge, and then there's knowledge that is eternal. That is rooted in the natural law. That is one of the reasons why when Aristotle was rediscovered and kind of restudied, if you will, by Thomas Aquinas and many others, there was kind of this constant through line of the classics to the Bible to practical judgment or prudence today. So Aristotle writes in the politics. He says, tyrants aim to break the spirit of their subjects. They know that a poor spirited man will never plot against anybody. A tyrant second aim is to breed mutual distrust. This is 2500 years ago. He was writing. Tyranny is never overthrown until people can begin to trust one another. And that is a reason why tyrants are always at war with the good. Tyrants feel that good men are dangerous to their authority. Not only because they think it shamed to be governed, despotically, but also because of their loyalty to themselves and to others and because of their refusal to betray one another or anybody else. The final aim of a tyrant is to make sure that subjects are incapable of action. Nobody attempts the impossible, therefore no one will attempt to overthrow the tyrant or the tyranny when all are incapable of action. So let's just kind of summarize some of that as we talk about the World Economic Forum and the world health assembly and Joe Biden, who is a tyrant. That's kind of just recap that first they want to break your will. The second is, they want to breed mutual distrust. And then the third is that they want to make you incapable of action.

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Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 hrs ago

Tatum, Celtics cool down Heat in Game 4

"I've checked Freeman all four of the games between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics have been rounds This time it was Boston with a one O two 82 win to even the east finals at two two Geffen kubal reports from Boston Jayson Tatum led all scores with 31 points after scoring only ten in the Celtics game three laws I think I do a really good job of you know after I sleep it off regardless if I have ten points of 46 points the next day is the next day On the ice the Tampa Bay lightning made easy work by sweeping their way

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How Can We Stop the Upcoming WHO Treaty? Dr. Naomi Wolf Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 11 hrs ago

How Can We Stop the Upcoming WHO Treaty? Dr. Naomi Wolf Weighs In

"Want to ask you, what can we do to actually put brakes on the World Health Organization world health assembly? Is there still time left on the clock? What can be done? Yeah, well, these are the right questions to ask. I just want to say, I'm scared of that, too. Of course they're going to have their own police force in Canada when Trudeau declared martial law for 24 hours. There were extremely violent police slash military figures abusing protesters and they were un badged, right? They didn't police officer will have his name or her name. Because they're accountable. But these were unidentifiable, really scary people. Same thing in France. You're seeing them all over the world. And there are entities like Blackwater now called Chi, which can send militaries all over the world. So it's the easiest thing in the world to have these mercenaries come over the border now from Canada, or else I've raised this morning before their military age men pouring over the border from places like Afghanistan and Ukraine and the easiest thing in the world to send them to God knows where and to arm them to assist the World Health Organization. So I've been saying as you know for some time that we're at war, I don't want to be a war, but a war is being waged on us. And we have to face the fact. So what can be done? Well, first of all, I can not believe I'm saying this a lifelong former Democrat and child of hippies, but thank God for the Second Amendment. Because one reason that the United States is not entirely enslaved like Australia or Shanghai or Canada in many ways. We're relatively freer compared to those countries is that we have, you know, millions of owners of guns. And I'm a peaceful person. This should not be taken out of context. But it is harder to subjugate an armed population. And this is why our founders gave us the Second Amendment. For exactly times like these. They knew that it was harder to subjugate an armed population. But may that be the worst case scenario, I really hope that it does not devolve into Civil War, which is really what the next thing is in history. When you have an occupying force, which is what the WHO will be by next week. But there are very important things you can do at the state level. Sorry. New Hampshire passed a raft of really good bills in one of them is a Bill where basically they said to the federal government if, you know, you can try all you want to issue federal regulations or laws that are unconstitutional, but New Hampshire is not going to enforce them.

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Go out & Support Mo Brooks in Alabama

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 18 hrs ago

Go out & Support Mo Brooks in Alabama

"Big election in Alabama as well as other states by the way but as you know these elections affect not just the state from which the candidate runs But the whole country we need a majority I've known mo Brooks a long time He's very very solid conservative He was solid as a prosecutor in Huntsville Alabama He's been a congressman there for a bit Solid again He's running against two individuals one individual a woman Who's being pushed by the Mitch McConnell wing of the party and she has a ton of money She's basically sort of a chamber of no commerce individual And she's trying to fool the people of Alabama the Republicans That she's a conservative She is not she's a rhino And then there is a gentleman running I have nothing negative to say about him but he's no mo Brooks That's the bottom line

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What the Quincy Institute Has Become

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 19 hrs ago

What the Quincy Institute Has Become

"So this group is not in sync with either their party or the American people quite frankly Now this group that was set up this Quincy institute more like the quisling institute When the Coke side there are there's one author maybe two authors as I recall that wrote about the Israel lobby who believed there is a zionist shout of government creating conflicts For Israel's interests I'm just telling you the truth So this is what the Quincy or quisling institute with Coke and Soros has come to And I don't believe the Republican Party should be standing for totalitarianism Or genocidal maniacs Apart from all the rest of it that seems to me to be a losing political position

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Does Hard Work for a Given Community Pay Off in the End?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 21 hrs ago

Does Hard Work for a Given Community Pay Off in the End?

"How much does reality matter? Because you look at the four years of my old boss in The White House, president Trump, after if you look at lowest unemployment for blacks and Hispanics since record keeping began, you look at the first step act, the first serious prison Reform Act in years, if not decades, which should give him some credit with this population, but it seems nugatory. Yes, he got more votes, but does hard work for a given community actually pay off the dividends of popularity two or four years later. I would say absolutely, yes. Because failing to do that means you're guaranteed to not ever get any of those votes. You can't get votes from people if you don't show up and talk to them. I'll say this, even what you mentioned with president Trump, all right? If you all were consulting me three or four years ago. It's fine, you didn't. But if you were. Here's what I would say. As somebody who's lived in and around cities, my entire life, I would be more interested in hearing the Trump campaign tout the efforts of operation legend than the first step act. Okay, explain that. So I'm sure as you know in many of your listeners know, operation legend was a joint federal initiative, FBI, DoJ, ATF, that I believe it was a 9 cities, including Chicago, and I believe St. Louis and a number of other cities where, I mean, they were having issues with crime within the cities. It was named after legend, who I think was shot, not intentionally, but was the victim of a drive by shooting. And the purpose of it was to get guns off the street to get violent criminal suspects off the street. And I think over the course of 5, 6 months, there were over 450 homicide arrests. A number of arrests for illegal guns and those types of things that really impact communities on a granular level.

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Delano Squires on the One Thing Democrats Hold Over Black Communities

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 21 hrs ago

Delano Squires on the One Thing Democrats Hold Over Black Communities

"How do we get around this issue of 90 plus percent of the black community votes Democrat? An issue like an abortion which should be a very personal choice, a choice about your values your ethics is suddenly radicalized in one direction racialized by a party. And then when you look at the actual facts, take the politics out of it, you look at the fact that 40% of all abortions are black babies. Correct. Despite the fact that the black population is only 12% of the nation and you've got hang on, there's a factor of four more black abortions. I don't want to be monolithic, but doesn't the black community ever get pissed and say, that's just wrong. Yeah, I mean, it's complex. So there are black voters, many of whom are socially conservative who are personally and I'm sure you heard this term personally pro life, right? But politically pro choice. Right. That's the classic politicians get out. Correct, right? And you saw this actually when during the 2020 campaign where particularly older black church going women were seen to be the demographic group that was going to help at that time, candidate Joe Biden in South Carolina, for instance, in that primary. And there are a lot of women, particularly in that category. It is a paradox because these are people again who, if you ask them whether they think a man can become a woman, they probably say no. If you ask them whether they think abortion should be legal up until 9 months, they'd probably say no. But they vote for Democrats anyway. And I think a big part of it is because the one thing that Democrats hold, in my opinion, over the black community is the issue of race and racism. So what they do is they say, well, if you don't vote for us, you're going to get the Republicans and they're going to take you back to Jim Crow two.

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Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 22 hrs ago

Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

"After more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic the Biden administration is warning many of the nation's healthcare workers are simply burned out We all have it We all remember that We all know what it looks like As they spoke with doctors and others at Washington's children's national hospital vice president Harris and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy saw and heard the signs They use words like burned out Traumatized Murthy's released a report warning that the situation is not addressed many could quit a projected 3 million essential low wage health workers in the next 5 years nearly 140,000 doctors in 11 years We need to do a better job of taking care of you Harris told workers the administration's calling for new investments and steps to protect their mental well-being including more counseling and worker safety Sagar Meghani Washington

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Big john him up thing about being do relationship to being on antidepressants. And right now. I want to be able to do it myself. Like the ronning muslim. Give up the running even though my feet wet. That's because it's i'm dealing with my going to cope Do it well under under other people's show because it's not affecting me it's about other people so about hey when it's about me it's hold on a minute i've gotta pressure on myself. I've got to be able to do this without pills. Why why can't run medicine. Why can't i be faster. I think the moment. I just sat down and look at sixty one years old. You're only started running nearly five years ago. Everybody body's different. You know there are people who are twenty five. Ron as fast as i do there are people by genova who run a lot faster than i do. Suck it up just how it is in the minute. I kind of accepted that everything kind of got better. Been running much better than i have been doing. Great runs i'm really pleased with myself. I don't put myself under pressure with a gonna go. Just go out china's own. See how you feel and i know that having run having exercised i feel great. I mean i've also been doing for the last probably two months half an hour of yoga every single day sometimes idea now because i do different yoga for when i've had a big stretch it out different muscles so most days. I'm doing one to two hours of exercise. But i love it. I love it and it's halt. It doesn't come easily. The thing that we started doing before lockdown was. We have a very well known boxing gym at the bottom of our road. And i'm brady against boxing reagan punching people. But we'd heard about this boxing gym and we just saw in sellers had gone. Let's go and i'm like. I don't know i don't wanna be no punch beef and you might be a bag. Well we nagarajan pair. Boxing gloves a most fantastic experience. I mean i'm clearly the oldest person there but the guys are fantastic. The groups wanting to fool. It's not competitive. I can say the appeal of the inbox. Training is really hard coal. We just go for and when they stopped Gym's closed they were allowed to do one to one sessions solid. Several mosques up. We've got our own gloves. They're very careful And that was even harder because it's just you and so they make you do all the punching but it so much more focused on the detail and then you have to deal with this outside the running up and down and you know i just have loft with them. And it's it's not competitive. It's not about never going be a so. I don't want to be a boxer. Hate boxing professional. I hate the thought of punching and hurting someone but the five actually ended up doing is is hilarious. It's something on every much so One of my other things about resilience is constantly trying to push the boundaries. And kind of see. What else i can do. What can i do next week. There was a trapeze place in the park across the road from us. And we still pasta on about to might be two years ago Let's give it a go..

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"And it's no matter of life and death but i was down to do a half marathon act that was the region's par royal parks off marathon. I think two years ago. And i haven't been training railyard kind of dumb dumb my first marathon than who's twenty thousand nineteen at rama first mouths an imperious which i trained really helpful and that proved that was my choice in that was proof my resilience in my endurance. But then i'd go onto the royal parks half marathon which is really hard marathon together onto because he's done a ballot and the hadn't trying and i didn't want to be there and i just thought now you've got to do it. You've got to do it. You've paid your money. You trained to be. It'll be fine. It'll be fine and any other. Pardon me so. I really don't want to do it so i come had something to prove to myself and i got there and it had been pouring with rain the night before the park. It was high part we started. It was so unbelievably muddy. It was horrendous..

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"I think that's a really good analogy. There's a part of me that just think about other people. So large mass right can't even listen. Yeah, cuz nobody nobody says they didn't even in the BLM movement. I mean the whole that hadiya has been mutated to mean something else. Right? I mean the the core of it was to be to hold police officers accountable for their actions, right? That's that's the core of what the movement was like these black lives matter hold these guys accountable and it's mutated in some ways good because again, I mean God you had Amish people putting up with a black light status symbol. So there's some great to it in terms of its reach now, but it's also gotten very diluted which then gives people the ability to them YouTube. Into something that it's not you know, and it's blue lives matter. Well this black cops as well. So it's not you know, it's not this kind of, you know, we as a human people love to categorize ourselves, right? We love to put that doesn't mean that we shouldn't we shouldn't be concerned with identity. Right? But we try to put ourselves in so many of these boxes that we lose each other and sometimes I literally think right the only Savior for our race is that alien race comes down, right? Cuz that's the only thing that's so far. That's the only thing that's so far out of our realm that will bring all of us together to say. Okay. We are this one entity that live on this planet Earth and we have to band together because here's this thing that's outside of Earth. And even then I think that would just last for a little while we'll still go back to bickering but you know, you know, I just we we just we we have a tendency to walk. To Define ourselves and I mean we can I mean this is probably a whole nother podcast, you know, and whether or not the there's a need for that just from a you know, when you go back to Romans like the the ability to be able to have a society, you know, does it mean that you have to have some kind of hierarchy to have a society? I don't know but I know there's just such a push to get it was categorized as that, you know, it lends to these things being mutated into things that it's not I think a thing about defining himself. I mean, this is a whole other podcasts which will last a lifetime right really long time, you know, so I think there's something about the nests the next month necessity of defining yourself in a world that defines you in such an inaccurate way, which is about power but I am It comes to self identity. I think I find enough. I think we get a lot of we've been gifted a lot from the lgbtq off about fluidity. They've given us such a gift. Yeah as well as their lives unnecessarily and brutally their lives have been taken but I think the gift of allowing fluidity to exist and I just think that's a global gift which needs honoring. So I think around our own identity to ourselves. We are allowed to have that shifting sense of being because yeah, you know, I'll skits ourselves when I last saw you in place every cell in my body was different right? Yes. Exactly. Absolutely. We evolved right and yet you're so you're so right. That's such a great way to home. With the impact here is so right every cell has changed since the last time we we've seen each other and you've got to honor that you can't expect then and how are things supposed to be the same? Yeah, you know, I mean to settle adage right? The only thing that's constant is change. That's how we lived that change. Well at the end of the interview talk about change. I got one more question. In Sterling words of people and they have to respond to them. And because your year, I've got two words. Which one do you want the first or the second one down? I want the second one. The second one is elation. Elation of what what the first thing that comes to mind for me with with the word Elation Spirit off light. Smiles yellow rained purifying free I've just got this beautiful image cuz that's like a poem you've given me of like standing in this warm. Welcome rain where there's a rainbow because it's the Sun and rain at the same time and it's like a a gentle cleansing shower and turning one's face up towards the water as it washes her face and just saying like every time a rainbow. It's like the first Greenville you ever saw. Yeah, that that's it. You you lay that out and I think of a time I was in Hawaii and it was just that you know, I was eating sushi for the first time and there was a light sprinkle of rain as I was walking back to my friends and I just stood there and just looked up. I don't know what meaning I I you know, I've written a meaning to it off, but that feeling was just it was indescribable. That's beautiful. It's absolutely perfect note to end the interview on indeed. Well, thank you so much at all. Thank you. It's such a pleasure to see you often hear you to see these new cells once once again, I love that that's going to be a follow-up. That's all right, so I have sad I love it. I love it, but but thank you so much. I miss you, but I love you, and I can't wait to listening is over so we can and go and and I can hug you. Thank.

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"More Escape. 2 if you look on the Mountain close enough to care, you'll see foot and handholds cut into the granite your feet or probably already planted in them. Now the grip whole steadying climb is a Groove the mountain inherited from somebody's great great grandmother who bought her fingers into the rock face and rub the scent from the small of her back into the stone. So her children could chase their legacy. What did you think that nature just made them special for when you were ready to climb three? It's always easier to find the sacrifice. Once the edges have been slaughtered for ain't nobody born a sherpa 5. Thank you. God bless. Six within the twist of mountains playing about the mouth of plateaus the echo you've been hearing when you say their names is the recipe of dead Souls calling back to find there's on your tongue. That's what's known in our tradition is called and response 7. Le Monde is a mountain that reaches for the Indian Ocean. It's where we held Refuge where the currency of our souls are returned to us and suffering wage is stitched into a new version of Freedom. There is where our wingspan will begin to feather and we will meet you at the base of the mountain you will prepare and collect ID name is and we will be ready for the second leg carrying our blackness in our pulse Subterranean baked into our skulls cracked teeth and open wounded. We will be a sight to your new age eyes. You will taste the dread it will seem too hard to believe as you have not yet seen the mountains Iceberg its body sitting below waist beneath sea level we will be offering from there down there below the Thunder eight. When you turn your palms to the sky and the weight of the pole sinks into your torso do not ask whether we are. Okay, we are not. 9 regardless of intent your pores secrete a film that hardened and stalagmites the surface the curses that anyone below your gauge will suffer from what's already built into your Anatomy 10. We will hum the journeys chorus to you on the way up, but you must write in the words yourself. That's that thank you so much. I'll show thank you. It's cute. It's just beautiful work. I loved God ain't nobody born a sherpa, right, you know and that's you know, and that for me every time I say that brings chills because you know, that sums it up like I get the whole, you know, took me the whole concept of the Allies ship is look Google's out there like go go still look things up go. Like I'm fine with Hertz will help a guy like finite questions, but don't ask like come and say hey what's going on or what? You know his his my other example, you don't know you want to get an aircon right? It's hot in London. You want to go up you don't know anything about air-conditioning you go on the internet, you look things up ten minutes later. You're at curry comb. Saying I want a 13000 BTU that has a power outage of so-and-so and at this and that and that right in ten minutes, you've become sort of an expert because there's this thing that you're interested in right? It's the same concept right do some research, then we can have a conversation. And so that's where this thing is is like no one's born a sharper like wage, you know, like I wasn't born to to to to you know, sort of hand hold you through this experience like you've got to learn and then we can then we can have a discussion. Well, I see I'm not seeing a great point and one thing obviously there's like a lot of book lists and I was like portless it feels like homework and you know, sometimes it's hard to read and hold information and I I don't say that in a bad way. It's like there's a lot to read there's a lot to myself but wait a minute there's loads of podcasts. And YouTube videos and documentaries and films. Those are things. I love that mediums. I love find a medium. Here's the thing n w a l k e r s one they've been talking about the same exact thing for years find find the thing that you know that works for you and then, you know, then come to me with with, you know, a more intimate questions. That's fine. But, you know do the work do the work. Yeah, and people say oh, I don't know. It's like but I don't know is a statement. It's not it's not a state of fact of life. It's a statement of one's privilege to say I was lucky enough not to know exactly exactly this is not nineteen twenty, you know and let me every time I feel uncomfortable. I don't care about what reality it's like. Okay, that's a clue be up to yourself. Do you know what I mean? That's a clue any discomfort is a clue. Yeah. Well, that's the tick tock polka. Yeah. It's sort of like there's the, you know, the fact that you can have the conversation. There's a line in there that talks about like, you know, it wouldn't be a you know, it wouldn't be a question. You wouldn't as a thing that line in there to say, you know, if if your son was in the Army you wouldn't ask him. Can I have a helmet too long? Can I have ammunition to it would just be assumed you would you would you would you know, you would demand it even and Thursday is the same position. It's like I will you know, we're here living. Why do we have to go and and separately demand that our lives matter? There's a big and I'll just put this in there. I think it was my daughter got off on. My wife wanted to was a great sort of explanation. It said for the all lives matter thing right? It's like okay, there's a fire right and as a fire burning and it's really close to your community all the fires at RIT are at risk, but there's one all the homes are at risk, but there's one home that's actually burning right now. So left of our efforts into getting that fire out that doesn't mean that none of the other homes are not important. It just means one of them's burning right now. So let's all work and put this one out. Guess what? If we let that one burn the rest of their houses are going to burn too. And that's it is not that all the houses don't matter. It's they all do meta but that house over there. That's burning right now..

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"And that and the service area to survive and what happens with that psychology. Am I really suck? Thought that was so powerful because it because it's in a poetic language as well as a real language. It describes that process of like you say when things come to the surface again and the email that the surface feels raw and you don't have control over that and the exact same another line was picked up to. Oh, yeah. Yeah, but it's magnificent poem about that hashtag off of black lives matter and how among many white people it's the wrong hashtag. Apparently. I mean we even had they've talked about in his shell hear about his dhamma who's the leader of the labor party saying George Floyd's Death Song You know, it was a moment not a movement and then he had and everybody was like what the fuck you talking about? And then he was actually I didn't mean that I meant it was a defining moment was like, oh don't lie apologize. But that whole resistance to just black lives matter and like you say the hashtag no, no, no. No, can you explain it plays? Can you put like you say 2:00 at the end. Can you can you can you make it feel something different different can we not be confronted with the way the Supreme advantage that we as white people have just because we're white coming up talk about that place and then there's a lot like the little phrase in that one. I thought was great was about the construct of a bit of Oblivion. Constructed with livien. I just thought you know, there's a willingness in the forgetfulness. So I don't know because often on these phone interviews. Sometimes people have read work. Some people sometimes people have them and I'm entirely leading up to you. Do you want to share any work or not? If you don't don't worry we can just carry on and chat off. But if you do I'll be overjoyed. You know, of course you're talking to a poet self cause I'm always willing to share work from home. Just got to find the piece that Oh I can yeah, you know it's it's funny because when especially the the subject that we're talking about here, you know when this whole George Floyd thing happened and folks are you know off its you know, especially with with with poets it's like okay. It's time to pick up the pain, you know, and let's talk and then and it's just like I remember my first reaction and I'm not saying that this was the right reaction, but it was off. I've got I don't have to ride like those are poems. I've got fifty million of them, right? This is not just today. You know, what I mean is I have multiple poems that I that I don't need to start writing about but you know, I think that was the pivot for me and that's we're sort of the stock came out of right cuz it's like you've written those poems about written tons of poems most of them about sort of the the the atmosphere right? But what you haven't delved into is the unsticky what's happening to you and I think that's the you know, that's the piece that that gets me and now that I have a a daughter You know, there's a poem if I can find it but you know when I was going through all the everything and I'm not going through my anger and my sad and all of this stuff and I didn't realize until after she suggested getting really clingy and I couldn't get it, you know, it wasn't until I stopped and I realized and I wrote a poem about it. It was just you know, just me going outside to go get my proverbial bottle of milk, right? She doesn't completely understand what's going on, but she understands some things going on and it's around people that look like her father and so she was petrified of me going outside and coming back in and so that's, you know going to what you know to your point about this wall all these things that you have. We have to manage right? It's not just us. It's like here it is this this ten year old who she she's not able to grasp it yet. She knows something, but she can't grasp it off. So, how do I explain to this this this person? How do I explain to this this and and try and keep her innocence right to a certain extent of what's going on? And don't worry that he's going to come back. Right? So it's just cause I'm just so many different pieces to this that that become challenging to to manage but I'll read this one. It's it's close to what you are calling. It's it's it's called unless of course you want me to read one of the ones we talked about tattoo or stuck. What would you like to do? Oh God. I don't know off the network exactly sure as hell right? Let me I'll do this one, which is is is called Ally. In 10 octaves, I and it was this idea of and you'll see it but it's just there's so many shows I go on and and this song idea of how do you be an ally and and you know, what allies look like and that sort of thing, but this was called Ally in 10 octaves one. It's not that I'm looking down perched Falcon regaling the Ascension. It's just that I got here different. Like I know you see these wings as if the wind home would curl itself around them without effort without willing into the storm. But flight is deliberate. It is earned. So this perch albeit hi is not success home. It's.

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"And its relationship to creativity mental health and emotional well-being. And as always I'd like to give a trigger warning these are adults show. So the themes will be complex and interesting and maybe at some times be triggering if you've attended this position today put this on pause and bookmark it for later. Otherwise Dive Right In today. I'm actually Overjoyed to be introduced and what's going to call you my long lost friend chocolate the Friendship has gone. It's just the you're in another part of the world than you used to be absolved. And you're in a country with its own challenges some of these say that so you should say that that's a understatement but yes, yes ton of challenges. I would say so you're in the this United States of America. I am I am in and not only am I in the United States. I'm in the middle of Silicon Valley Home in California, which I think the last time I I looked this up the the sort of if it was if California was its own country club in terms of the money generated, it would be the 7th most sort of profitable country in the world will be number seven. Which has its own problems. I found that quite a stunning fact. I've been enjoying some of your poems on Instagram and I'm like, oh, I can't quote the whole oshaka. I won't about the one of the poems. I just think is phenomenal is the poem. You said you might change the title of it is the one called stuck. Oh, yeah is a perm and a half and is it? Is it is it you don't know what Devils had to be tamed for me to be here now. Yeah, it was. Yeah, it was even who just saying that it you know off the Genesis of stuck was you know, and it's it's it's tied to all that's going on now with with the police brutality and and and I wouldn't even say its BLM but it's off, you know, I was sitting here God there's so many different aspects to this but there's this idea that you know back order for as a young as a black person coming up in in in the United States and police brutality and just all of these things that you sort of wage order to move forward. It's almost like you've got a tuck this stuff away. It doesn't it doesn't mean that you forget about it or anything of that sort, but you can't move into this world. I mean it's dead. It's a racist environment is a racist. Well, you can't move through it if you're attaching all if if you've got it all stuck to the outside of your body, then everything's going to stick off. So you almost have to tuck it away. The problem with that is that there's these moments like this like Mike Brown like almond dobre like off George Floyd Brianna Taylor that make these things pop back out, right and you've got to figure out how to manage that and manage the anger and the same ad and the fear and all of that and then tuck it back away cuz I got to get up and go to work the next day. I've got a raise a child. I've gotta do all of those things and that's what kind of the stuck came home. Right? Cuz it's all it's all kind of stuck and there's one day I was sitting here and just randomly this wealth of emotion Port over me, and I'm dead. Crying and and it wasn't for any one particular thing and what it really when I sort of peeled away the the layers I've put stuck so many things away. I didn't remember how many of them they were and how many times I had. I I could have been the Mike Brown's I could have been to George fluids, right the amount of times that things have happened just walking down the street and police stopping me are being pulled over in a car and and I've written about it here and there but it was just moment when it all came and I think to a certain level. I suppress this memory of these four policemen, you know running up on me in my apartment. I was carrying Pizza. I had a pizza box and my key is coming into my apartment and You know it just it I think I partly suppress it. But in that moment, it came back full fledged. Like I remember seeing the nozzle of the guns Irish, and and I think what all of this sort of brought up in me is how easily You know, you know there's another poem I have as about a a stop at a police car and the whole idea that I don't even know this guy. Bob understand the I I do understand the language his uniform speaks, right? And there's a line in there where I said, you know, I'm wondering all these things one of which is I'm wondering how quickly this Earth beside the car could bury me right? And so in that same sense, it's sort of like I I sort of like went right back to that moment and it was just a month which that could have been, you know, it could have been completely different and I tried to capture it in that poem stuck while it was here while it was you know, while it was Earthbound so to speak and that's where that that sort of poem kind of came out of and sort of like, let me let me catch it now before I stick it away I thought It's really important cuz we were talking before the interview talk about started about the thought impact of the afterworld on our inner World in a very broad way and that poem describes it really well. And I remember having a conversation with a friend of mine who's a photographer and we were talking about different sorts of oppressions to the body and that the more privileged you have the less you need to erect an invisible force field around yourself off when you enter into that world and entering into that world doesn't mean when you leave the house. It means everything including your computer your television, even when you close your eyes so that force field means stuck that force field means the burial of feelings in order to do that. You say dog Take your kids to school get the milk from the store right brush your teeth.

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Shedding stuff. You know and saw the whole. It's like the sprint of Carnival exists. Whether physical Communist's narrow. No I've in my head. I've got this this image and that's probably not true. But it's like the idea of laughing and crying at the same time this collision of of really strong feelings and they both have to come out they both have to express and I think what's really interesting you talked about routine. Actually I think with tea and it's when when it sticks as when routine becomes ritual. Right and I think that what it is is what it is what what you're actually talking about. What we're saying is that how we GONNA come up with this cove ed how do we in we enact rituals that enable us to do both that's what the weakest it's a ritual that enables us to do both. Right so this carnival party everybody knows that and everybody knows everybody understands carnival is dying. But everybody's GonNa understand you put on your costume they're gonNa Laugh at first like Oh my God you're ridiculous but we understand you put it on your costume. This little ritual of party is giving you the space to be able to enact a bit of a ritual that you agree with him and so your sadness you're putting it on I'm sure you're shedding tears you put on is you taken it off but in the moment with it you're dancing and so I think it's ritual that we're looking for that within that encapsulates all of that. And sometimes, we just focus on the ritual of the ceremony of from the Church to the hearst going to the funeral. The funeral ground, and then that terrible moment when you hear the the drop on the coffee him. But actually what is the ritual around that? You know your own around the spore wherever that's that tradition is retained of Joe Pin rum even the young people do they don't know the the levels of it but libation remains hip hop videos you see it. So, there these things that a car with its that's a ritual. You might not know what? The big thing of the ritual you know your friends gone and you know you can't. You don't know what to do. You've got to drop some spare. You've gotta drop some alcohol on the ground and that's that's the ritual and the thing about ritual apart from the fact that they're repeated their repeated and repeated over time. And across outlet you say. Across the aspirin so that that's that's it's like any point that's always. A reenactment of a ritual, it never stops it. It's. Continuity. At this point during this conversation, it will happen summa. That will have been a library also, it's also it's like a shape shifter, it ships and shapes. Wherever it is. Wherever it's you know with the environment that is in that way the African retentions shifted itself. rituals shifted itself into rituals of of of Catholicism this is amazing. You know nearly the end I've given you an hour 'cause he was just so amazing supposed to help the GonNa get. Joe. Because that's I'm like so I'm. At the end allows you preempted right at the beginning of the Web I had for you. But delighted to show some luck yet I just didn't prepare it. So I'm just like Oh God it can be anything because I was talking about Carnival and the Dia spoarer, and also these projects that I'm working on this project takes into account. That one of my friends a lot of one of the things that happened around this pandemic is domestic abuse. and. This poem is for one of my darling friends, knees. Who was my one of my Soka friends who post away At the hands of our husband So I think I'm GONNA, end with this, and this is both celebration and energy. And it suits what we're talking about. I don't tentative history of stolen 's take one. I time to cost away stones and a time to gather stones together I time to embrace a time to refrain from embracing. Let us address the stones. What are you stone? If not a small pebble that can be carried by hand therefore is the hand your sevens and you stone to have your stories to tell if I hand throws US stolen who is in the wrong the hand. The poet piles up stones to build a cathedral around a young black woman. So she will not burn stone though she hears you only score, scorch crumble or crack on the flames, the poet bills this protection, but it is too late in the season of struggling lungs and hammering fist behind quarantine doors. Mothers daughters sometimes men will come like sheep are really goat. He came like a lamb and turnbull turn beasts pummeled with hoofs breathing fire stones. This is meant to be a poem about you sir, but it is unruly poem a headed poem away with poem. Now, the poet's heart is a stalled yesterday. A picture of a young black woman friend bounced into the poets inbox. He killed her on the line on the knee. I don't turn it to history of stones take to let us address the stones and the use stone to have stories to tell back home the woman's hometown village young men. Gaba. Stones in lush. Green Bush to create a circle of stones to rest their parts over hot cold cooking oil down yesterday. News flew across the net like a soiled dove with a broken wing. Fragile bruises bloomed. How long had he been seized in the woman up to cook in our home by car house was often Oh let us address the stones as stolen to have stories to tell say you tell me the poet stolen does not burn it may crack or even be crushed into powder, but your answer is. Too late stored, you speak of David toppling Goliath with a slingshot in the woman's vintage boys went into the Bush on slingshots to pelt birds break their wings. Is this where the man learn to break his dog swings remember poet you say this is a poem about stolen meanwhile across facebook. The women's friends are stones rumbling stones happy. One Poe states I spoke to her only last night death. Did Not hint it was a stone's throw to the crawling fire in this poem, honey thickens in the women's veins instead of water boiling epidemic shrinks splits open and oil flows from the woman's body boiling tears or give me more oil in my lab. Keep it burning her friends sing acquire across facebook hymns to erase thoughts of oil in that often burning burning until daybreak. Sir, this is a poem about stones. Yes, and you stones have our stories to look at the woman's village a non. Sits on a big stone look again at the women's village are man sits big stone by the seashore are this fire of sunset praying for the woman chat between a rock and a hard marriage sir? Stone is a prayer a seventh of the mouth like stones seven of the palm where prayers at daybreak when the woman needed own, let us address the stones as stones have their own stories to tell the poet attempts to resurrect the poem attempts to rest with Susser Tate old lettuce address stones..

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"The only time I really freely fi like I don't have that discomfort. Is when I'm in shock creating stuff by myself. Even as a musician, I found that musicians. Are Particular. Type of people. I am a musician, but I don't think I ticked all the boxes where me I didn't I was never happy to. Just do one thing. So. That discomfort was. Something, I think that. are still had when I was. A musician as well especially being the drummer. Nobody plays the fucking drums but everyone's got an opinion on how the beach should go. differently. Than if you play the Bass Guitar so there's always even as a musician I think there was a certain level of discomfort do find that when about myself or my cousins come over That's. Sound by of actually feel like. Very comfortable I can walk around. Metaphorically naked. But other than that I, think I live with it every day. and. Because I suffer from gout from time to time, it even manifest itself physically. So. It's a very familiar I think it's probably one of the most familiar words to me in the dictionary. Pick another number. Well Christine. Christine Lagarde said seven is a very satiric number. So go with seven. Spectacle. Singular. Spectacles that both lowering. Flat people. Spectacle. In, Hollywood, what does it work? What the spectacle mean to me? I guess 'cause. I, I think spectacle from me has M- MOS- in? Main something could be made a spectacle of which is not always a good thing but there's also the idea the spectacular. which also come be. Great on not so great because sometimes it can be as I version united. But how the spectacular be quite. Compelling. So yeah. So what does? Being made a spectacle off. So what does? What. The spectacle main tier is saying something but focus on something. which is what spectacles do they're focusing devices. Season into not caring about being a spectacle. As you get older. It is it that? Feels like it. Feels like it and I think that's because all other words you'd describe you gave me to describe. then. Impact on not caring as much as they get older about being spectacle. So living somewhere like West Yorkshire. I don't care about being a spectacle because. I'm not walking by myself. It feels like. But. If I looked at the words as as in spectacular. been. Striving to find something. I'd like to be able to what would be spectacular to me I, guess would be. To be my own. Boss I have met a business. But? To be able to pay my mortgage or rent tour. From. Mike creations that would be spectacular, which would be a spectacle are desperately revived a bit. To the fact that is. Old Now The fact that you can you know you're in west, Joe, so you can. You don't mind some March about being made a spectacle always that what you said. Yes. Something to that effect. and. How does that live along with the discomfort that you say is like most Known word in the dictionary. Agent Dictionary. Ratna minding it's much. But still having that sense of discomfort does that mean you've learnt to tolerate the discomfort more Yeah, I guess. Yeah I guess just tolerate the discomfort, but it's not the discomfort in me. It's tolerate how The discomfort in the stupid things that White folks say. You know nicest people stood at the bar. Nice Lady. Cut My. Fro Puffed. Out. Combed out. And she doesn't Know Me from Moses. Comes up and can I touch your hair puts her hand in my head. So the discomfort is just living with. Now, the of taken the red pill. That's the price of the red pill is that it's a constant discomfort because you can see. and. You're the spectacle, but you can also see people making a spectacle of themselves. But you laugh the number. Please Number Eight. Faith. I know I'm on the right track. Because my dad was thousands of miles away has come to a couple of the same conclusions as me. So that shows me that if there's Good. There must be evil and if it's evil, there must be good. And the cats have arrived at the same conclusions barely speaking it's quality not quantity. If there wasn't something guidance both. Full Stop. Is that. That's why that's my take on faith. On. How In terms of faith, it says something all the. Disciplines on Merlin's all behaviors or rituals or ceremonies or anything that you practice how to connect you with your faith. Yep Mr. Louis Farrakhan. He said. The well dress the naked truth. Is catching up to the well dressed lie. And he's absolutely right. So with that practice that. Notion that. It's all bullshit. But The truth is catch it quick. Look at the demonstrations on the street. Now, I could deconstruct those till the cows come home. But. This people in Poland. Spain. Germany. Italy. England. America. Canada. Going out in the street talking about black lives matter now. What do these places have in common? They are. Predominantly white places. So. If they're coming out the house in realizing the level of injustice. Than The minister can't be far off wrong when he said. The, naked truth is catching. You know the well dressed lie. So. That would be a good practice of of. Faith and makes me understand that it's very real. It's something that you enter into. No, but meditation is and every time I practice my sticking. I confess to God. And I know because I've seen you practice your stick sticking numerous occasions Islamization for you and do you feel transported when you do? Not so much transported but humbled in the knowledge that that this is a gift given to me by. Almighty..

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"I didn't ask any of it. And I have to say those people have to hear this. It's too much though me. It's too much. The things are expected to deliver. On the science of the fucking cowards. I get cooled up to comment by the BBC. About Eaton's history with colonialism and slavery. And I'm like. Why is the headmaster of Eton not talking about this? Why the descendants of slave traders not talking about this? Why have you not cold them? Why have you called a black person who was the most affected by that kind of environment to comment? Why do you always cool the oppressed to comment on the oppression? This is my fucking job. People say our Mussa like you made a career, I said. Do you know I've lost? If people knew how many friends I lost acquainted. I'd lost connections lost, and so oh, yeah, but do it. Do it for the work for the work, so yeah, price you paying. What price of these people pay on a human level? I'll do it. I'll do it. Don't get me wrong. I'll do the work I'm not going to give us an fucking medal I do it. This private conversations I've had a far more stressful fof nappy Kyw, far more important in the article I and I have those conversations and I never duck them. Out in the last week alone I have had. More of those conversations than most people, most fuckers having a lifetime where I've called people up cool people out in a private context when it's most frightening. I've called out people who've helped my career and I've written them privacy and said you were wrong. I've spoken to them and I'll keep doing it. And this isn't about whereas my reward. This is not what I'm saying. It's like. How do I get home? When do I get home? When do I feel safe? The fact that I sat here the age of forty. And I wrote an essay. I'm talking about. Maybe I'll sacrifice for the next. People dot made me sad. Because made me realize at some level I have given up. On macy my unhappiness. I have given up on it. So, yeah, Multi S. Is Well. I'm dislike. On that guy that lives on the corner. and He loves his partner. And Evan. Mary knows about none outside the district. We Know Zain. And like. When he passes away like Oh. Yeah, he was a guy. A No one really knows that much more. Yeah, it was a guy who was around Latina. His partner and they love doing this nasty, not and they were kind of my. That's my multi-diverse. And the reason why I can paint so eloquent is because I think about it. All the fucking time. I'm so far. This is the saddest thing about all of it. The past I am. A dent regret the life. I've made a proud of it. I'm really proud of what I've done with while I was given. But I'm so far. From the reality tonight one for myself. I think we'll be fucking. Slow painful I realize often about the multiple within. This this idea eve may ask his dislike. In this reality. It has been the span testicle reality. Physics improve. Do you know what I mean? It's not even a parallel universe that you can slip into slack. It feels like. The feeling is it's not there. But the longing for is the all the time. All the time and I want people to hear this because I wanted to fucking no. This is not a game. We'd have fun without complaint about this Shit for fun Oh. That sounds me. You sound like a normal duty. I am a fucking normal dude. With an op normal life an.

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Leaves me the fuck alone. have to comment on how to be eloquent. I don't have to be an ambassador to represent. Everyone just leaves me the fuck alone. And it's a partner. I've been with full. Those partners when you're with somebody, look at them at Dinner Party and you look at them and both know you're laughing the same thing. You understand each other. And I'm afraid I'm not gonNA get fat because. The so much else. In my life, there's so much being seen in a so much commenting innocent, much fucking responsibility. To get stuff, right and some say they're sponsored human, but others will say actually. You're in a position where you can save on. You need to speak you to comment on this and. Someone said well. You haven't got kids, so actually have direct responsibility. And you just pulled in different directions. And my ideal multi-diverse. It's funny because I. Watched Captain America Movie. Well. I watched The avengers movie end game. At at the very end captain, America basic goes off and has like a life with women who he should have ended up with. And he's had travel his entire life. Doing other shit only ever wanted to do was half one dance. With the past and he loved. And, that's kind of I want to be honest. I Yeah I care about this stuff. By don't care for it. I care about a about this work. Do Care about by. Don't care for it. I wish it never happened I. Wish I was never this Passan I am? I was writing this morning about this and I thought. I did not ask for this life..

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The Two Of Us

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Is a matter of time till the rest of the world catches up like black women onto trump like because blocked by the intersections of race and gender bend normally the first o'clock news because of the most affected by it. So to see black women on twitter coming out even his own party going. About Doing Butler Zych. It's not black matters more than a Hashtag or or moment to see that happen. Because black women are the first encounter that. Light. That's really I. Don't think he audit kissed onto understands what he's done without one. Two minute segment auto the understands the generational damage is done. He'll be the always the guy that said that he will always be the guy that set the modern equivalent of modern king or all Muhammad Ali. He will always be the guy that said. This is just a moment our movement. which actually even Boris Johnson hasn't gone far enough to say you haven't had that Boris. Johnson like kissed all went further in his contempt. Don Don the Tory party leader. And what's really weird about being in this time? How you carry that pay no me is. The answer is I. Don't know. I don't know how I carry it I. Don't know how I do I do. I don't know how remain functional like I. Make Decisions. I think my greatest achievement. Model Life. Is Not responding with understandable desperation to the terrible things I see an experience. I don't know high of managed to remain. Without a substance abuse problem, I don't know how I have not substantially self harmed or have never done it. And if I had done, it would have been logical, they would have been absolutely dodger call to self harm or indulge in non as the behavior that would have been. That would have been a a logical response as all these thoughts come about substance abuse in different minority groups. Yeah, because life is difficult to look at in the mirror. I have always life in the mirror for twentieth straight I've looked at life and. I don't know how how how overwhelming sometimes. All the rejections military rejections which. And this is the good news coming to actually My life basically changed. My life changed in. One hour a week ago at the time since we spoke because in that one hour. Office came in for different projects. Like really exciting projects that I've been trying to get done for a I've given up on. On a good friend someone in seeing a few years ago, it was still mates, and she got in touch when we're talking about it and she said. What happened Mesa. Did you change your attitude? What happened, did you Selena said no, I didn't and she said. The, maybe the world just got wise. Maybe the world just got wise. So, that changed to me like that was really amazing thing, and that's a new world. Be Into. My life has changed now. As well. These things onerous. It's the launch ramps still because they're not signed, but the office of come in and we've accepted But. That was big for me. Because it was like. A step towards more safety. A step towards more safety. In hostile world where to be honest, even though I might feel safe initially to certain extent. A Walk down the wrong street and I'm not safe anymore. So living in this precarious body, and it's funny OUGHTA phone. Call just before you spoke just called me. For this school for touch the school. Out of chocolate seven. Oh, you'll friend Mussa. Is He missed them? On my friend was like no, I don't think he's never awesome about it, but I'm pretty sure his family was Christian. Strange because. He has them as first name and everyone looks that name will be like that's the Muslim. On the that actually I've probably been processed as a black Muslim. FOR MY ENTIRE LIFE! For my and I didn't even I was like probably received Islamophobia. And I don't even know on it. Knowledge thing I've experienced. That's wild, isn't it? No, that's a whole other thing. I've been processed as. My name is literally Muslim and it's not even not communism name like it's like it's a Muslim. It's the most such as the name that even when Muslims that. It's a very Muslim name like a very like. You were given that name for a reason. That was wild, not just. Literally as we speak as I never thought about that. Wild. That to. That, too. Up It's like. I don't even know what to say to that really. Is that too, but. Okay, I'm GonNa ask you a very personal question. Maybe. Not even that personal going door. Well I'm thinking about I was thinking about sex of sleigh. About my relationship to sex. Over the years on how? where I need to get validation from sex. America and as A. A Post menopausal woman relationship to sex now. You're back. My my attractiveness, my identity also round up together your and how I then I thought. I knew in nominee. Flinch benching from parts of yourself. You don't want to say. I've been watching I may destroy you. They know that the Michaela are taught to see that I'm I'm looking forward to it. It's incredible, but. This is lacquered. A. Reveals a little of the plot. But her depiction of. Of white mass an ignorant why this is great? And there's this one. Woman Who's seeps on the characters, a black man one night stemmed, but she says. What's your time what you'll type? And this is. To I love that guys I love that guys. And you know obviously exotic sizing the blackmail. I've I thought about some Mayo God? Is it me? And, I thought how much have I tried to, and it's not like haven't had relationships with Batman. Who I've loved deeply in of May. It's not about bath, but it's not. How much of me feeling that. My own sexual identity is somehow. Not Good enough that I'm not sexy enough in the I mean I'm not gorgeous. Enough and not womanly mouth is a whole thing, and how much of that and my past look at is. Having relationships with black men because I feel that being validated. How much I'm I haven't answered that question. How much is that? What's going on? You know I had to ask what how much is that come? I look about my justin the aside because it's too ugly, look out. United's from. A saw a situation where. A friend told me. The summit I'd been seeing. Bassi was like objective. Buying me. Racially. Like so I mean it was yeah. Don't get me wrong like you've you've done the kind of? On a vast me a personal question, I'll give you a pass launch like it doesn't get person that someone you've been seeing. Who has objectified you sexually? I doesn't want you to find out about. Unlike Paul the big attraction. Of You, dating them is that you are? Your your big Black Guy, your big black guy and you're sexually. That dot was can attract. That was so painful I called a friend, and I said. This is how deep it goes. This deep intimacy like even. Like racism gets. It's like cholera gets everywhere. It gets absolutely everywhere. It gets into the cells. It is bone deep. It's OPS slows deeper than that it's. People say the same color on the surface. No, wouldn't. It was comedy? No, not without us. Income underneath were not. It goes to is actually took goes the cellular level. People do not want the mixing blood. Duck were not the same color underneath. That is nonsense is so much worse than that and. For me the challenges. You have to process. Because you know I could be nihilistic. Sleep around and someone said to me the day there was saying just. You know who I take dated like several races, White women before white guys, black guys, whatever data like a range of people. One person said to me like. Why did you date someone said to me? Why did you date white women when you have these experiences well updated a range of people like. I don't signed in Germany so actually. Most people white here so you know. But I have to self respect not to a base myself by seeking sexual comfort in the arms of people who object to find me that makes law lonely, because if you're self respecting dark, skinned black guy. You won't have that many partners. Because you'll have filtered out. The ones who are just seeing was frankly a dick for that checklist, and you will be a Dick on a checklist for lot of people. You'll be surprised by. There'll be a lot of people. Like actually here's an example I was since we're being completely candid. I got a message on. A dating site from someone who wanted to date me. To find out. What to find out because I I'd seen someone I dated someone who she knew and she was like. I.

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The Two Of Us

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"An older black woman to die happy. Radical! And if you tell a white person is radical that your grandparents died happy, they'd look you like what the hell he talked about me. So, what do you mean it's radical? An I realized this near me. Sorry to go on about this by realized. A few months ago, I realized I read is again. This week. I am black for life. I going to be a dark, skinned black man for life forever. I have to deal with until I die. I'll be reading about black murder black the torture. Until, I'm dead. We're not going to solve this and I said to my friend be happy new lifetime. Whatever can be happy because we're not going to solve this. Does never going to be a month. It's never going to be here. I'm in a lot of pain at the moment to be honest. I'm lot of pain. And it affects everything effects like. Effects dating it affects all of that affects the fact that like I mean like just twice in the last month. I've heard people from different sources saying. Bring home. Who Have you like as long as it's not black man? How am I supposed to feel? Like okay, yeah, people can be like Oh. Yeah, but who wants today to racist. Anyway, that's not the point the plus not the fucking point the point is. The entire sections segments of this life are close to you close to me as dark skinned black person, just because of this body inhabit this arbitrary skim the I inhabit. Our entire worlds are close to me. I came back from a weekend in East Germany. A fifteen minutes in Leipzig. and. Hot and fifty meters in the front door. One of my best friends lives family of Nazis who are against the mixing of blood the actual. Hard fifty meters two hundred meters away from the front door. They're against the mixing of races. The racial mixing they live two hundred meters place spent entire weekend with a lovely lovely family. That's my reality near me. At obt fucking die. But breaks my heart to be honest well. It can't break your you're. Thinking as you say the underside, thank you for sharing it. 'cause it's farmable and painful and true. And then. And that wack about the horrifying moment at. Hopeful so hey. Now you so just south. Up this is not the favor that's. That's how shitty the favor is. That the devil reveals himself. That's how shitty favor is is that you knew that anyway? I knew that anyway, it just gets revealed. It doesn't change the system and I'm thinking about how we started this talking about. Sabotage online I'm thinking. About, how the sabotages internalized with that much oppression like you go home, and you see the absolute comfort I'm luxury and it's the line actually in. The Great Gatsby which is often quoted about and daisy and their wealth and retreating into the vast Keller Smith's. Yeah Line. Describes this describes. White supremacy on whiteness ill at why as fast carelessness! And how? You start talking about. This idea of sabotage. When I'm wandering. It's not sabotage. Is it just a trauma response? It's both can be both I think. Yes a trauma response, but then it cuts you off from happiness. That might be out there. So each experience you have this prohibitive makes afraid to try new things and to be honest. One the reason putting this song out. is a triumphant itself. Whatever happens I? Mean whoever listens to it. Frankly and I know the people listened to. It will have different types written. Those putting out of different heights, but really for me it's a form of self actualization, and I'm honest with you I just WANNA put out. This I won't use it to live in the world because. You know there's many things I was told I couldn't do as many things. I was told that. Wouldn't exist in the world so I'm just I just finished a memoir about? I'm finishing writing about private school. Someone said to me, why didn't you? Why didn't you put that book out? And China set it to like big publishers and get bidding war started. A simple there are two things I the my story to tell. Sabas scared if I sold it to the wrong publisher, they want me to name all these names, and it'd be like a tabloid type thing, and that's not the because derive. The other thing is the to be honest with you. I hadn't sold a book for eighteen months before that I'd written a big sci-fi Novel Avenue, said No, I've written a new memoir about Berlin. Evidence, said No. I spent eighteen months trying to sell. Something quite broke. It was quite difficult to get anywhere and. Then started a music things difficult with that and to be honest with you. I felt like a failure. On how to get something out, I had to put something out so. Putting out this music and putting out this book. Is just a way of affirming myself. And it was weird because as an artist. You know a lot of people. I'll be honest with you is not I'm not ashamed to say this is the truth is what it is I came to Berlin six years ago to kind of disappear. I literally thought I was done I thought like you're just going to end up. Toiling in Obscurity Writing away quietly. You write a little bit about football. A little bit politics maybe meet someone I sit with him by the Lake Fall in love and. An RB good with that. Because that's good for most people, it's not good for most artists because desires to reach people with a range of things. But I was good with that. Like, and that was a form of arguments, a former self sabotage coming to Berlin like instead of going to the US to build my curriculum. I didn't give a shit. I'm not was a response to trauma because I was so used to being. To this, too. That black or to queer or to wear to outspoken to partial to whatever I was so sick of Olivet. I came to into disappear. People like Oh. Why did you go to country like that with these things on us up well, because actually..

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The Two Of Us

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Doesn't possible to actualize them. I think the knowledge of that experience within you, and how it was profound means when you're talking to short now engaging with their imaginations on engaging with possibilities. Even if they're imagined possibilities, you're still have like a real lived experience of back frustration when you can't live out what you're dreaming about on. That seems also. To. Feed back to spring forward and even spring forward itself. As about? Putting an investment in the future place. And saying you know. What can we imagine forsaken happen? What good can we find there so all? Seems? To be linked somehow back one last question for you. and. You just have questions the people and I. Some of them of research based some of them. Lack experience experience the personnel into being download. There's wildland. Unveil either hit the right motor. They don't son. I'm asking people to respond to certain words or themes, and the one I thought for you was about self validation. Is that something that you. Want to have a part of your well being in the world, or is it outside? Your frame of Reference is it easy? Can you do all the things around? What self validation means you? Really interesting question because I have A. I have very fluctuating relationship I. think wouldn't self validation. From the day to day. And I guess in terms of self allegation. We me like feeling. Wow. Fi. Feeling that what you're doing is the right thing for you to be doing. And that the words you'll putting out into the world. Already K. I guess an. Our. Kush! Hard, isn't it to think? I know that I love validation from outside of myself and love IT I. Live office sometimes. And, sometimes I way more into that space meeting validation to come from outside. But I think might cool. I do. Often not to lay. Believe in myself in doing. If. That makes sense because my makes absolutely perfect sense because I can really relate I love external validation as apart mill on what worth neon was. On this. Power of me with this. That is always in the fuck. It mentally tentative anyway. It's like a bulldozer just carrying on I'm going to carry on doing the thing that I love doing. And all the other stuff is quite surface rayleigh. Yeah. I think that's something I tried to visualize is just me with this kind of? Not Tunnel, vision, because obviously other people in the outside is so important and so key to everything I do, but I, I think you have to create the path that you want, and then follow it like regardless of all the things that come in and is interesting in trying to buy a novel. There are so many things that will come in. Stop doing that and anything creative. Actually I think a lot of people find you want to write pay right. There are often all of these things that will come in, and can definitely take over, and sometimes I let them and sometimes i. don't but I think ultimately it's about having to. Forge your path and just trust that your making the right decisions at the right time, and and just follow that, and even if you could only see two steps ahead just to take those two steps them wait and then take the next two, and I think that's a a method that served me quite well so far. Absolutely, fantastic point to end though like a lovely. Closure it's brilliant. I WANNA. Find your still, not me. And thank. You be able to say about spring forward and and just work generally and just. Amazing which is marched, thank he. This has been lovely as well so thank key..

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The Two Of Us

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"The two of US shorts with Watterson Albert Frederick. High, this is naming lettuce. Welcome to the vast shots. Myself Alba Frederick talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience. And its relationship to creativity, mental health and emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trick a warning. These at shows of the themes will be complex. Interesting, and maybe at sometimes triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later. Otherwise dive right. I am. Overexcited extremely pleased to have my dear friends and multi-talented multidisciplinary artist in every area possible. Amy Taylor and when I was thinking of you say. All the different creative things you do. I was flying. This is quite a long list. What's last? Stop Win because obviously I know that you teach your storyteller puppet maker. Artist you're also really great Baker, and you can feign and you right. Is there anything that I haven't included? I think. That's everything slow. That's everything I think. So I, go the first thing I felt because usually I like down some questions and all notes and see. If we can. Go from that until broader conversation and the first thing I thought with you because the conversation we were having before. Lockdown isn't very different from your day job in the sense that you're used to working at. You use to create your own structure and discipline but I thought in the context of the fact that you are social creative person creativity part of your daily life in your hourly live. How do you balance the sense of self discipline and a free? Open heart creative expression. That's a really good question. I find. Creativity identity for me. It's all comes in bursts, and it never really announces when it's going to come. And I remember seeing Great Ted talk once. I think it was by the lady who wrote the book eat. Pray Love Carbon Behan name, but she told Elizabeth. Gilbert is with Gilbert I. Don't know if you've seen the Ted talk about. How they believe that you'll muse was in the room, and it came into common problem worship for a long time, but I do sometimes feel like that. That sense of creative I don't always know when it's going to strike, and it can be really difficult. Thing of money been commissioned to do something, or you know you need that discipline to work on something, and it's not necessarily there and I'm quite often i. work very well and depression so often leave things until the final hour on them burst about in that kind of final hour. Because that's sometimes the pressure I think quite need. And it's been interesting. Being looked down at because I feel like I haven't been as creative. And I haven't always had that creative spark. That often there if that makes sense. It does make sense, but you have been doing something else so now. I'm going to plug. About. Forward which is a really lovely initiative. Some thinking we can talk about that, but perhaps how some of your creative energy new inspiration has gone into to that. Yes so my partner and I. We, I guess we both lost our work kind of overnight. There were a couple of weeks before the end of March, and I was just guessing email after email canceling all of my freelance work for the next. As you for the foreseeable future and people were saying things like well. Maybe July maybe September. I I mean it was everything. Everything went within about four days. And for Demo in that she's. She was at the time working as a freelance play teacher pitchers who writes in? Inclusion where can kind of course? Let's different freelance work as ID. And we were talking. With goodness, but what are we gonNa do we need to? We need to do something and I think. For me I need work for my mental health really like I. Need something to get up in the morning I, really struggle, I think some people. My brother, for instance he, he got furloughed, and was very excited about. It was like I have to do anything every day and for me, the thought of having to get up in the morning afternoon is quite terrifying, so we kinda talk about skills. We have between us and Gemma's primary school teacher by training and. Arts educator I do not work in Schools Children Teaching, drama? Skills together and came up with Spring forward. which is online zoom classes for children? We can take up to three time and we're covering everything from math to philosophy to literacy to drama I've been doing my favorite thing at the moment. is storytelling sessions for real tiny's? because. There's just stuff they're stuffy can zoom zoom as well as he caught doing life like yesterday ads in fairy lights in my hands that I was holding them up in there and the kids were just like oh my goodness. And it was just some very lights. Words in real life. I. Don't think they affect the same because they can. See kind of better. So a lot of creativity is beginning to that and say the early days of really difficult I was I was really tired at the start of lockdown. I was really struggling. To quantify more than maybe an hour a day, where could be creative and productive? And it was I have to say. JEMMA was the driving force behind the early stages of it. And, as it's going on I, think is kind of picked up speed in that I've also picked up speed, so it's Kinda got gained momentum, and now I'm feeling more inspired a more creative and having to kind of design, different storytelling sessions each week in different lessons. has kind of kick started I guess my creativity OPEC. which has been good? What's been? Have you worked with Gemma before? We said we would never work again. We said we would never work together. We said it's enough that we live together. Have relationship together. We will never work together. I'd actually it's been lovely. Obviously. The situation has quite dramatically changed from previously. And I think we have a good balance. We have different I guess in the whole running or I suppose now is a business. We have different interests so yeah. Happy loan stuff about each other that you didn't know through working together. Yeah, so I guess having been together for years. We already knew quite a lot about each other and I was quite resistant I to throw myself into it because I felt like. I guess I was a bit scared about how when you were in a relationship with someone how working together might play out and I guess we've kind of ease myself into gently and now we've got. We've got really nice balance like I. Love Doing Accounts, so I do the accounts and Gemma's much better at the communication in the social media side of things, and it's quite naturally divided. We have a nice balance I don't think I've learned anything. New About Each Other? I would bit more patient with each other now as a result of having to navigate starting a business together. But I think what sounds like because you've been busy and. Not just your creativity, but how important is to engage with other people, and how teaching is us of artistic practice here? You know that the teachers I've interviewed all people who love teaching. You know they have this in common. They get really excited by the people that teaching are engaging and blossoming and changing so seems like it's been really important for you to keep engaging with other people. Through this is not been one of the things that has helped kept you going. Even if it's teaching little ones, you're still in a very sign namic way of relating to another person. Yeah I think so and I think it's Fa- me as always I couldn't have life where I wasn't engaging with kids on a regular basis and I think. All of my work outside of teaching and children and I write plays and make theater and right. You know marking on an awful and I. Think all of that, but I could never do that if I didn't have away time with kids because I think there's something about with kids quite often. That keeps he very present and very in the moment and very responsive to their needs. And also a going into that immagination space children feels really important to me and I love discussing completely lost in a space with them. And so in terms of needing to bring that into my life quite quickly when knocked out of started happening and needed to make sure I was having that engagement and that teaching..

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"And very well that it's just a because it's such familiar don't have to think about it. It's again space fitting on. It's not necessarily so challenging all asking you to process of find new stuff. We'll think about new stuff and I think that if anything is the really interesting thing because I'm very much in the affiliate I'm very much whilst the new thing the new thing the next thing to be interested of by is at some level connected to movement and being unable to move as much being unable to discover you econ- discover new things because of course you've got the world of your fingertips right now. There's a context to that as well. I think and in terms of you have to often with forces that you're not familiar to you. Reuters the unfamiliarity musicians that aren't familiarity you have to work harder to intellectually and emotionally prices. That new thing and right now. This is the new by way of stimulation in the news and Y- ways of living and new ways of having to protect yourself that actually that bandwidth for thinking about new things when you think that comfortable is smaller and so I don't think so going back and actually discovering yet rediscovering stuff that you familiar with. I mean very practical level. I've used the not being able to buy as many books just to actually try and make a dent on the to be read pods. I've been going back to things that again. Our at some level quite strongly familiar quite strongly to me so yup an and you know relatively demanding. I mean I've I've been reading a lot more sports in sports history stuff because at some level you know how the end you know how that was out you know. The dog saw brewed and vivid. There is triumph. You don't necessarily have to think much much more deeply and nuance than that. And I think if anything right now stuff that is overtly. New is a little harder for me because there is so much nuance and uncertainty. You're dealing with two then. You don't need anymore. I'm certain and that the side in processing as well as that. You don't need the extra energy to process new staff to understand it to the all that's happening anyway and it's happening much more so we need to be not just in the style. Gic Way to go back to some then even if the narrative was challenging the time if it's familiar to us then it becomes less now bryce at the end of the show. Have you got some work? You'd like to share well. I think I've talked about it. I should share it this one. You have prepared earlier Well Yeah ten years worth of preparation as I've mentions Saffron Jack Gosh appropriately. Give you a little bit fruits and start at the beginning. That seems to be a good place to start stop from. The premise of Jack is the well I should say. It's actually a loose retelling of kipling's the man who would be king Questrom spine that runs through the entirety of the book and the way that it's plausible Jacko often setup his own countries in his mind to go fund a war zone in which you can do that. Because because that's you know baby will be too busy fighting. Notice that says thinking but you you get the certain sense of who he is. What is like from the pages of just stop with their in them? We can go on if needed you Polish every night. One point one not that one put the crown one point two point one every night to. It's the only way to point one above Spitz and whatever's to hand. Sometimes just your hat two point one point one what you are wearing to point to..

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"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"two" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"With Watterson Alber Frederick High. This is naming lots welcome to the US Shots Myself Alba Frederick. He's talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience on its relationship to creativity. Mental health emotional wellbeing and as always. I'd like to get a trigger warning. These adult shows of the themes will be complex interesting. And maybe at sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today put this on pause and put market Valetta otherwise dime right. I am name he loses. This is the two of US shots. I'm end severe wonderful. I`Ma Student Who is August a coach. I magical bang dislikes the ED. How would you describe yourself? Wow well that's a great introduction. Thank you I would say I'm an artist a would site. I do coaching The fetching until King someone who hopes I live really creative life and hopes that that comes into West's ideas are run a session. Enterprise and that involves helping people to find solutions to everyday challenges whether the perceived as bickel smoke. I was thinking today..

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