20 Burst results for "Td Jakes"

"td jakes" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

Blackout Podcast

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"What burn was ee. I think what struck me was once. I have this person. And they have the like the incident securities. And i'll always wondering what's up right. And then i saw them actually would like it's a process to put on posts also like i started no feeling too bad because because it's like you have to go through fifty. Think of the one photo what you're going to see we photo and yeah yeah. Perfect into perfection. Social media just makes it worse. Yeah absolutely no for sure. But i knew probably not the best idea but there was a reason why that i was on my phone that day and i do follow likes inspirational accounts like i love. Td jakes and sarah. Jake's like and like some good quote and just things that helped motivate me And i came a break. Came across his photo of This young girl who was diagnosed with a terminal illness and she was at the i w k. I don't know this girl. I didn't know her and the picture was of her Sitting in a wheelchair with this puppy that she had a belief she had been granted a wish foundation. And i looked at this photo and really made me think about like my own existence. Like here's this young girl who i'm sure. No she is about to die and in that photo she just you know her frail. I was just was there but she also had like she had like the sense of joy and looked as though like she was just so happy in that moment. And i thought how like wow how can you. How can you experience that. Like we all know. We're gonna die at some point right but like to know that you know. Death is around the corner and experienced joy. I like that. It really made me think about my own existence and then i learned. I can't remember how long probably weeks later so that she had passed away. And i pray. I i remember i remember the day. Vividly. 'cause i was laying in bed and i'm just cried and i'm sobbing and then i pull myself together and i'm crying some more. I can't get this image out of my head. And i thought what are you gonna do. What are you gonna do with the time that you have left. You know. i'll be damned. If i allow the pain and the hell that i went through To really be my future this. This is a period of my life. And i think that's when i started to accept the fact that you know what has happened has happened. And it's happened for a reason and that my life is unfolding and divine order as it should and that and seeing that that day was really.

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"td jakes" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

JustATouchof_J

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"td jakes" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

"I don't know if i'm going to try loudly supplements and things. I'm doing a natural approach. So my hill i was skit. Not some natural response but guy. I'm going hill you. I need you to try food. I need you to take these supplements you have all you need in your hands and i gave it to you but i was scared you right so you know. I don't know about all day you know something. Masimov o'hare is. I'm going to do this a little of that. And then yet you started getting blue bay to the other day. this is recent. I says you know what. I can't take this walk. God helped me okay so me go to hospital. Yes i says you know what. I can't no more so i was supposed to do to don treatment the breathing treatment but i was nervous sausage. You know what. I'll care. I wanna hear i got. The nebulizer had already had the medicine and medicine refrigerator. I got that before you know a couple days ago. But i was still nervous. I said you know. I'm i'll take this it because i got tired of taking matters into my own hands i said of this guy says i go ahead and do that so let me say about. Td jakes do right shall do you bitch if you yes. Dtd jc is so a wise. I love him. He was talking about how he his back was missed them and they had told him he had never had surgery for. He had ed baxter and they said it was gonna cook cut into him four inches deep. He say you ain't going to cut me up like some barbecue ribs..

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Realtor George Tremis on How to Select The Right Team Members

The No Limits Selling Podcast

02:32 min | 6 months ago

Realtor George Tremis on How to Select The Right Team Members

"Now you've got people working with you in your team so tell me about How you select people. And what are you seeing. Someone that gives you a sense. They're gonna work out while. I think the first most important thing is is understanding one if they're good fit for the team in terms of our philosophy how we operate a we engage with our clients on engaged in the industry as for second line. Is you know that. Like i wanna make sure that the right fit. But how do you actually figure that out. It's a good question. I think is just about engaging with somebody one on one and seeing what their interests are there. Philosophies are their mindset you know we have some commonalities so for example if i told you Td jakes or less brown. You know maybe those names ring a bell with you. I'll go with more mainstream. Light tony robbins. So if you're somebody who who follows throws wants to personally develop. Ma none of that personal development dreadfully. You know that if your personal development neither his name's they'll know it right away exactly exactly right. So i figured that. There's some commonality there in terms of philosophy in mindset which is super important. I find that whether it's the brokerage or the team we have a very definitive mindset. And we're we're like in our thinking and how we approach business for the most part and the other thing too is. I'm looking for work ethic. Is well because nothing works if you don't work it so we all strive to top performers on the team so if somebody's not looking to be a top performer whether their engagement part-time or full-time than i don't know if it would fit with the vibe in the culture of the team that makes perfect sense tell me about dough name names but tell me about one of the people you brought on board and you're looking at them and going good good good good good. This is an area. They need to improve in how you got them to actually improve area. Interesting question I think the most prevalent area where people can improve is typically revert to his cold calling. Which i don't like to call cold calling but rather prospect colleagues so no call should be outright cold whether it's referral whether something generated through social media whether you you sent out communications before actually picking up the phone. I find that entire process. The entire philosophy is where most people have a lot of potential improvement. And where i find. I engage with my team to a great degree. Right just right from the opening of a call or or you know. The expression people always tend to talk themselves out of the sale. They just talk and talk and talk

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"td jakes" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"td jakes" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Owned steve harvey radio show. Okay here we go. I was working out. I was talking to a buddy of mine. And i was telling him something that bishop. Td jakes told me. One time i heard him say he said oh. I would hate to die and not do the thing that i was born to do. I would hate to die and not do the thing that i was born to do. Man oh man oh man manatee hit me like a caparo like a pile of bricks man because it made me feel so grateful dead. God has allowed me to live my life. This way. Now and i'm talking about grateful for all of it the good the bad and ugly and i have had all of them. The person you see today it ain't always wars. It was on inside of me but it hadn't externalised to so if that's a word it hadn't been bought out. It was in hill but it was under development who i am. Today was a process but like i said before. Don't trip through with me yet. Even today i'm still an imperfect soldier for christ today. I still fall short often times. But i'll tell you what i'm ever grateful for the life i have and you know what i want to encourage everybody today to explore your possibilities. I mean man explore your possibilities. Why would you not want to find out. Discover or no. What is god got for you. Why would you not want to achieve or accomplish. All of your possibilities. Now as i asked you this question. I want you to know that the devil is busy that he plays mind tricks. So as you hear this. I already know he saying to some of y'all yes t that's easy for you to say but i got myself in this situation right here. Ain't nothing too hard for god. Nothing nothing as c. So as you listen to me. Try to try to get your mind to this. Why would you not want to explore. All of your life's possibilities. What's possible with your life. And i'm talking about from right where you are right now. I'm not asking you to change. I'm not asking you to do anything i'm telling you. This is a fact that god can.

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"td jakes" Discussed on LoveLife Podcast

LoveLife Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on LoveLife Podcast

"Can i say that generation to whether even if i didn't have children and grandchildren i would feel this. I think but. I feel it even more acute. Because i can put a face to. I do have children incredulous interesting. Very interesting joe. At the risk of sounding far less thoughtful. I will say that as i get older. My perspective has changed in the sense. That i just don't buy into the hype anymore like i just i just don't believe it. Most of it is crap. I mean like just the things that the things that we think matters so much the ways in which we kill ourselves to try to appear particular ways the ways in which people oversell their capabilities their their lifestyle their money. There i mean the list goes on and on i it is most of. It is kabuki theaters. What i figured out at this point you know like so. I realized that. I can spend far less time paying attention to what's going on around me and a whole lot more time paying attention to what's going on inside of me. Instead that i create my own reality i create the life that i live. I mean there's not. It's not to say that there aren't things that happened to you but so much more of life is how you react to those things. The the u inside of it all. I have a quote that i absolutely love. And i've said it before but it was. It's by bishop. Td jakes who says that the ship does not sync because of the water that it sits inside it sinks because of the water that gets inside of it in that what happens around us. It's not nearly as important as what happens inside of us and we spend so much time in our youth focused outwardly. You know the how we compare to the next person whether or not we measure up whether or not our relationship looks pretty exciting sexy as the next person on all of these things that mean.

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"td jakes" Discussed on LoveLife Podcast

LoveLife Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on LoveLife Podcast

"And maybe again if we go back into scripture talk about the the bond but in a relationship that you you literally put your family aside The a couple in a relationship have to be on the same page. They have to be a consciously willing to say. I support you and you support me. And if there are those outside of us in our support network family or friends who aren't aligned with that. This shouldn't be hard choice to make. This should be their choice to make as long as you. And i see this the same way then. This choosing between each other is not as is offering table right and it's up to. We don't have a choice to make. We've made our choice. It's up to you. Family friends to make a choice if you love us. Then you're going to have to find a way past this. That's such an interesting thing to say. It reminds me of a quote that i absolutely love from bishop. Td jakes that says that ship does not sync because of the water that it sits inside it sinks because of the water that gets inside of it that is rarely the things that are around us that become destructive. It's the things that are inside of us so if we choose a couple that inside the ship we are going to be good to each other. Our lovely healthy with each other. We will be each other safe-space then the issue is really not allowing what's happening outside of us to become the thing that's happening inside of us inside of the relationship and it's not an easy thing to do it's easier said and discuss than it is to live but i think that you're very right in the fact that if if we commit to this thing and we are a healthy union then ultimately it's our family's decision to be able to embrace that union or not embraced that union. Our job is to always leave that the door open that we would like to have relationship. We would like this to be wonderfully healthy and we are here when you already to be able to accept that But if we've made the decision that this is what we're gonna do. We're to healthy adults in a healthy relationship. And this is just an issue of preferences not an issue of trying to hold onto somebody that's toxic for me and the family is looking out for your best interest and doesn't wanna support the toxicity in your relationship so we're assuming in this conversation. That is a healthy relationship that the family just not has not gotten a chance to accept. I think you're spot on in in terms of who has to.

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"td jakes" Discussed on Worthy Worth It and Priceless

Worthy Worth It and Priceless

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Worthy Worth It and Priceless

"Just stated I finished my book. I finished a book in July and off by September. I was talking to Jagged Edge on the radio show. October Bishop TD Jakes and Serita Jakes daughter Cora review my book on her life now. I think we'll I think by faith today cuz it was actually yesterday. So, this is Wednesday, but on Monday Jagged Edge actually got my books and then I've had now I had like two offers to do interviews. And so at the end of the day, that's what I'm saying to you guys. Just take the step. You don't know how God is going to progress you. Is going to happen for you, but you have to take that step and I'm not saying those things to brag or boast, but I want you to know that they're on the other side of your guess. There's other opportunities for you. I thought about writing a book but I didn't know if I was really going to do it and for me saying yes, and then actually putting it out and then seeing other opportunities to you know, get on Jagged edges radio show or seeing the address change the past Accord ended up putting on on Instagram and now basically all those things were a leap of faith. So that is the encouragement. I want to give someone that knows that just take that leap of faith. You don't know where it will take you now, like I said, I have like two interviews. I know what one of them is going to be on Instagram live. And so you know, and that's why I have to get myself used to actually being off Instagram live and all the other stuff but and then I have another opportunity, but I'll figure out once I figure out that then I will let you guys know. But anyway, I don't want to make this super long but the thing about it is this just take that leap of faith. Please take that leap of faith. And the the craziest thing me right?.

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"td jakes" Discussed on Fatherhood Friday’s

Fatherhood Friday’s

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Fatherhood Friday’s

"Have about some of these programs and I to see what you're saying that that that definitely is. Is a challenge I would say the first thing is to stay in connection with the teacher because you know teachers have a wealth of resources and knowledge and can walk you through how to do that job. Like how to help your child submit an assignment online. I'm starting to see that most districts have a one eight one hundred number for tutoring and wage Technology support. There are also the the checks now that most districts are offering where you can get online and just press the chat button and then act hey, how do I change my child submit an assignment in Blackboard or in canvas orange blend there's so many different platforms out there so I can understand that that would be that would be as a parent. You can almost make you feel some type of way, you know, but there are resources out there to connect to to get help with that wage. Because I know that is I mean, it's definitely you can be challenging because to your point like I was saying that the digital age has has long been fast-forwarded in covid-19. And you know for some fathers, you know, they grew up, you know riding a page or doing work on paper. Now you have to do everything on a computer submitted, you know to Google drive through email through all these different things that some follow-up might be very familiar with that. Some fathers might not be familiar with that all do you think that just just form of education online learning or home schooling is will become The New Normal Yes, I do and I just want to back up just 1 second to what you're talking about the challenges when with that example of you know, father helping a child a teenage child submit an assignment. There's also the challenge to of Just The Way kids are learning things now like I don't know if you've seen Eureka Math, but if you didn't learn how to divide or multiply using Eureka Math it is challenging and so while back that might not necessarily be like an equity issue per se it definitely is a challenging issue because now the methods that kids are using and so you mess around and show your child off on Division and they have never seen that before they're looking at you like well, that's not how my teacher, you know taught me. So that's also some of the challenges that parents are facing. You know right now so again, I would just say definitely reach out to the teacher you to be like if there are Concepts that you hear your kids saying and you're not really sure how to help with that. You know YouTube it stay in contact with the teacher travel learning too so that you're able to support your child. And I know that's difficult, but we are being fast-tracked into the future and so many ways and you know, I was listening to TD Jakes about a week ago and he was talking about Reinventing yourself, you know, like the old way of them. Do things might not we might not be going back to the old way and I know a lot of people really want to go back to normalcy or the old way of doing things. But you know what when your back up against the wall, that's when you become creative inventive and that's when you're forced to grow. And I think we're seeing some of their right now, you know in this time of covid-19. One is that you're doing a great job. Like I was saying earlier. There's no handbook for this. So I just encourage you to take it one day at a time one step at a time. You are not alone and and what you're doing stay connected with other parents out there and then to take this time to really connect with it with your child. It will pay off dividends. I know one thing for us. I really we both have been really taken this time to take home school seriously, but also to treat it as like a Bible study and and I say that because we've been having more time to sit down and talk about the word of God with our kids teach about prayer with our kids teach about just who have no relationship with God and bonding more as a family and those things will will stretch so so far and so I just want to encourage you to do that job. As well too. So all right. Well, I'm going to leave it there because if I don't put a. We'll keep going we'll keep going off and there's only twenty-four hours in a day..

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"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

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"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

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"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

"Janice Joplin. The grateful dead's paid Robert Johnson Amy Wine House in the rolling. Stones Brian Johnson all of whom will be covered in future seasons of the twenty seven club. Season to the twenty seven club podcast on Jim Morrison like all seasons of the twenty seven contains adult content and explicit language. You can listen to the twenty seven club on the iheartradio. APP Apple podcasts wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to our conversation with Opel and Bishop Jakes who share their glimmers of hope for the future. I encourage that we are talking. Life we had for for a long time been a bad marriage where nobody said anything, and as long as the house was quiet. At least we want fighting. In spite of the disruption of the conversation that this very healthy, even if you say the wrong thing, and even if you get Jack did the conversation so to speak. To let your voice be heard America is trying to heal itself less to destroy itself, so I'm encouraged that we're having a conversation. It is far healthier to have a debate, even if we don't agree than it is for us to have political correctness and be silent about suffering, secondly I am encouraged by the fact that both parties are starting to think that the black vote is within their reach. I think it has bad when we when we sell ourselves completely out to a party at a policy at whole sides, accountable to policies, not parties, but policies biff in our communities in a way that sponsors creativity. Oh! To Compete for this volume of votes that we have and then get out there and both I'm encouraged by that. I'm encouraged by some of the things that I have seen happening in terms of government, trying to find itself and fix itself. It's not there yet, but the the conversations are emerging between Democrats Republicans some of the most important bills passed because they join together and stop fighting for few days and decided to make some decisions. All of those things are really encouraging to me that. That, we can get through this and if we do it now. The fierce urgency of now has never been more appropriate to be safe than at this moment because we stand with, we're dealing with pandemic, an economic collapse and a sociological collapse all at the same time, and and we cannot wait to fix this months and months away. Our economy won't do it. The pandemic won't do it and the sociological constructive. Our community demands that we fix it now, and that needs to happen right early. Wow. Opel! Hard active follow. All those something tells me you'll do it. Just got the world. What makes me hopeful is that we are actually having this discussion that we are in the midst of this challenge that we see that there is an obstacle and within that obstacle. I believe there's an opportunity. We have an opportunity to really address. Generations upon generations of injustice. We have an opportunity right now to rectify. The scales of Justice and I think what we're seeing is that people who have said enough is announce. Let's have that conversation right now. We're demanding it. Take place because for too long our lives or live as though we were, we were secret right who were living in the shadows of justice, having to tolerate the injustice. Time and time again and so forth the conversation. They're forced not only the conversation, but they're forcing course of action. To take place, I think the reason that we do see a corporation reasons we do see like an officials in. Engaging in these discussions right now is because people said you know enough is enough. We're fed up and we had this discussion now because my life matters. and. Pandemic or not, people were already living on the brink. And then you see the ways in which the pandemic. Also demonstrates how racism is playing out in our society when you have one third of the people who've died of Kobe die team, are African Americans? It just tells you that we already beliving was such dire concerns and dire needs, and it's not just black people. It's people of all us, and so what I see now is as my moment of hope. Is that I? Think the obstacle itself shows us the way. It shows that we have these various entry points to deal with the injustice. People who aren't to pay their rent or their mortgage is okay moratorium. Let's call for the moratorium. We see people who don't have money for their food and day to day expenses. Okay, let's have this discussion and a plan of action around a universal basic income. Let's how these real frank and honest conversations about one. It's going to take. To keep people safe and living in their homes, and with their families together, and without the violence that we're experiencing as we walked down the street, re engage in every day or So i. think that the fact that we're in this and that we're in this moment where they're massive these protests and so on. Is actually an opportunity for us. Look ourselves you know and the is. For the nation. And our elected officials to hold up a mirror. And then what can I actually do? How can I make a just solution? Right now how can I partner with local community groups that community members who actually been devising plans on these injustices for many many years, so many people have already done all the reports. They know the numbers they know exactly what kinds of checks and balances are needed for countable to take place, and then everyday people also have an opportunity, so our allies who really should be co-conspirators for justice alongside us. They have opportunities to donate to have courageous conversations with their family members to understand what the power and the criminals they have within their jobs, and to make demands of change within spaces that they occupy. I think everybody has an opportunity to use their power and their privilege, and not even just an opportunity, but an obligation at this point when you see level of injustice injustice taking place. There becomes a point where it's like. Have you don't have a choice now, you. The only choice you really have is to be a part of justice or know that you're impeding justice. And what? I'm hoping that people want to know that they are on the right side of history. And that they'll be with us in this pursuit for justice. Iran. Same. Amen and Amen. Thank you, you know this was such a such moving and important conversation and.

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"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

"Let's return to our conversation with Bishop Jakes and Opel to meeting. Why is it so hard Opel to weed out the bad apples? Lot of people on my social media channels for saying unions and Not, to mention what Bishop Jakes was saying. This thin Blue Line where they protect each other at all costs, and there are good police officers. But how does the culture need to change? How does the process need to change so that we can separate the bad bad police officers and get them out of there. Is Not that. There's just one you know. Police officer that so bad up older, one good three. Good Prima I don't. I don't think it works like that. We have deeply entrenched cultures. And we have. Deeply entrenched histories, and we have laws that continued to change to protect this institution. We look back in our history. Policing actually what began as slave patrols. You know I'm going to be really honest and frank with you because I think this is a time for us to to have. These types of you know radically real conversation where we don't hold at, but the history of of long. Really is rooted. And the capturing of people who were trying to just get free. And we have years later. This law enforcement that continues to. Exhibit such Lethal Racial Riots Listen. Racism is rampant and it runs throughout or society period. You know if it's the corporate. The education system is in healthcare system. It's there. And the problem is that we have. Racist policies, racist values racist ideologies that operate in less than a second. And there are reports show. This is a lot of data that shows this. And it's happening. You know law enforcement are making decisions based on these entrenched biases. They can't even conceive of themselves. They're not processing. They're not conscious of it. It's called implicit bias because it's this unconscious dehumanization that has happening. And so when you're empowered to use lethal force, and you have these types of biases that are pervasive throughout the society. Than we do see these types about comes reducing the black people are the that are experiencing acute impact. Of Racial bias when it comes to policing, this is just a fact. And I. Think we just have to get honest about that. We have this history and that racism is not only in this particular profession or field, but the problem is. They're able to use these guns. These people are not they're not trained social workers or mental health care workers, and so they're coming various situations. And operating. The tool that they know to use and that's force and that's Biologi-. As overseeing seeing a lethal impact that. Oakland exactly correct, but the other thing that makes it so damning is. As an executive as a CEO as a leader as a pastor when you have masses of people, our see thousands of thousands of people. You're going to have people who go rogue. You're going to have people who have mental health issues you're. GonNa have people who does things that are reprehensible, but if you don't judge that if you don't, it's not what happens is how you handle it. If you don't handle it if if you've got a DA, that's. With the police. Department, if if you've got a plea bargaining deal going on with somebody who's broke. The makes a plea bargaining deal that makes him locked up for life. We've got people in jail waiting to to to to see a judge sometimes a year two years through the misappropriation of the criminal justice system. We all know it's wrong. It's a bipartisan issue. It's not like the Democrats are the only ones who were saying. Saying. It's wrong where the Republicans are. The only ones who say both parties are admitting the criminal justice is float. Even the president is admitting that the that the criminal justice system as flawed. The problem is nobody wants to fix it, and it is a system. It's not just a person, and it's not. District is a system and I think that's what my sister is pointing to is. This is what we about systemic racism. The fact that two men who previously had been involved with the police department could shoot to death, a black boy who is jogging and go for months walking street, whereas we can't take a cigar from a cigar shop without being thrown down in the floor and arrested immediately this misappropriation of justice where you can go in and murder people having a babble class in a church service and the police officers take you out to. To get a sandwich at Burger, king not shove your face down into a pavement into your. Your mouth is bleeding. The this is not done in a fair and equitable way, and you you, I mean anybody you could be blind and see the difference of the distinction between the two, but there is a comfortable blindness that comes with privilege. Because when you are privileged person, you can choose the community you want to see. But when you are an underprivileged person, you have to exist in two realities, the reality that you're born into and the reality that you bank with the reality that you live in and the reality of the community you hope to climb into, and so you you cannot. You cannot be a black person with ged and not understand white culture, but you can be a white person with the PhD and not understand black culture. That's what a president. That's brilliant. I'm going to I'm going to quote you on that. Bishop Jakes 'cause I. Think you're so right, but you know I wanted to ask you because you said Democrats know that they're. The system is broken Republicans know the system is broken. You said even the president knows the system is broken and needs to be fixed. So why? Isn't it being fixed what? Are the obstacles that keep impeding progress. That's a great question I was I was smart enough to have the answer to that when I can say that there's been some small strides beginning straps made on a federal level has released to the criminal justice system I oversee the Texas offenders re entry initiative of which we would take an almost forty thousand people through our program so I live in this reality, and there has been some work done on a federal level. It has not been forced on a state level where the vast majority of African Americans are. Are incarcerated seventy percent of which are incarcerated mind-boggling crimes media which are incarcerated for laws that have now change and have now been legalized, but they're still incarcerated it's it's justice can be bought in this country. It's not whether you're guilty or innocent is it's the type of attorney and the investigation and all of that so if you don't have access to capital, you don't have access to justice and those all of these things are problems that need to be fixing tangled web and I'm not absolving.

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"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

"It is an indictment of the news cycle, because it gets a lot of attention, and then it fades away, and it gets lot a lot of attention but the. Accumulated Pain particularly for the black community is something that I don't think. I've appreciated enough. I think I've been a bystander and I think I have a high degree of empathy in general as a person, but your empathy can only get you so far if your life experience is so dramatically different. So I'm trying to understand how I can be less of a bystander or less of a witness and help be a change agent. And because I think I. Am in a position where I can do that in my own way with my own. People who respect me or or think of me in a positive way so? I think it's been a tremendous wakeup call. I think that. You know what I was saying. How she's also hopeful. It does feel like. This is different. This time is different. It's a watershed moment and that it's an opportunity hopefully. I say prayerfully that progress can actually be made and that we can start grappling with some of these insidious. PROB seemingly intractable problems that are the product of generations. Of Attitudes send and oppression, and finally began to figure out a way that we can make things right. I wanted to jump in and say something If we look at the murder in isolation and and the series of barberry behaviors done to individuals in isolation of the system that empowers the behavior to continue we, we will not. We will. We will not really do George Floyd or Irma, or both John or any of the many other things we could call any favors if we don't acknowledge the fact that the police report. Had to be changed. The video came out. If. We don't acknowledge that the autopsies differ depending upon who did. If we don't take the deeper dive into a criminal justice system that enables this behavior and supports its own in this barbaric behaviour if we don't address that. Than that it will remain a murder, whether is tried as a murderer, not an won't at least become a martyr. To a bigger understanding of a system that seeks to correct itself I am hardened in encouraged the fact that this does not feel like a black people's problems this time when I see whites in the street and Brown people in the street and young people in the street and old people, when I see behind the scenes, executives, and the elected officials, having deeper conversations kind of encouraged I have been on the phone with a series of influential pastors, black and white, a huge amount of white pastors trying to. Come to grips with this what I tried to make. People understand that being black is a lot like being molested child. When somebody has power over, you may abused at our over you. The same symptomatic conditions exist in our community that would exist in a molested child in my forty three years of ministry, working with molestation, one of the horrific things about it is to not be believed. And there's something about this time. That that we're starting to feel like maybe somebody believed because historically. If you bring it up, you're race baiting. Your rush to judgment too soon. All the evidence is not in. We're waiting on due process. There were all of these little things received to thwart your voice out and to shut you up, and then a system to you up and spit you out at a barbaric way. with court appointed attorneys and and crafty judicial switches There's something about this time that I'm starting to feel like maybe somebody hearing us. Maybe somebody is believing us that we don't is bad enough to be. In the process in its worst, not be believed. And the the the real. The real abuse is to be traumatized by the event and then be traumatized by the fact that you have to Bala date. You have to prove that this ugly horrible thing is real and nothing that you present is accepted as legitimate and on the heels of Kobe nineteen. And what that has done to us as a community by quite and Brown to be an isolation for all of these weeks, and still not be saved, still not be free to cover our. And our nose in our ears, and and every time you go out the door, sneeze or get a scratchy throat, you wonder. Are you necks for all of the hundred thousand people who died on ventilators? We had not recovered from from that weight. We we have not recovered from Medgar Evers. Swede not recovered from Dr King. We've not recovered from Jim Crow and slavery only because. The moment you you're trying to get better. Something else comes and takes you back in triggers you right back to that same spot again like an abused child, there are triggers and these triggers keeps shooting into us until there's almost nothing left at feel like the headboard, a Winnie Mandela's bedposts shot through with holes in South Africa I feel like We have had to be silent because we have not been believed. We've murmur amongst ourselves. Until all of a sudden, the murmuring has become a scream. A scream so loud and so piercing bet it has become inconvenient and I'm listening on an America who wants to shut up screen more than they want to stop the abuse. Arizo powerful and what you name Bishop, this kind of repeated abuse. This repeated islands over generations. Historical Trauma. Current TRAUMAS current abusing afflictions. These types of endemic hardships and our communities. And this is all why black lives matter was created seven years ago, we knew we had to name that Anti Black Racism and our society was quite literally killing us not only in the streets, not only at the hands of police overlooking in our economic system, the healthcare system, the education system just abysmal. Impact. When you look at our communities, and how it's racial racialist, and how racism was quite literally cutting our lives shorts. And it was because there was this deafening silence around how? How vastly different the black experiences in this country? Compared to our counterparts, and we had to name it. Because for far too long, there was a silence and what we say now is that to be silent is to be complicit..

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"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

"We had a very different episode plan for this week. We're going to talk about the future of education specifically college education with the president of Wesleyan where both went to college, and the president of Yuba were I went to college, but we couldn't stand by and watch what was transpiring in cities, all across the country, following the brutal killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis without addressing this issue does. Yes it's all compounded. The killings of Brianna Taylor and Ahmad Aubrey. They've all fired up a need in this country for not just conversation, but action and I think it's the right thing for us to also act in getting a nation with to really influential people who have a lot to say about this very moment time, and you can help us to not just understand what is happening begins the history of what has happened and also help us feel hopeful. Hopeful for the future, so we decided to invite Bishop TV Jake's on the show. He's just an extraordinary man, a good friend of yours bows and someone. I've interviewed through the years. How do you know Bishop Jakes Bishop? JAKES is legendary. You know his words from the House are ones that not only I listen to, but my mother listened to I. Don't think the Sunday goes by without hearing bishop. jakes booming voice in our home. But also I had him at my house in January. We held the dinner. With Hillary Clinton for vital voices, and he came and gave a beautiful prayer at the. And I, decided then, and there we should be best friends, and so I'm enforcing that now by calling in this favor. And also. Who I had not met until today, and she was quite extraordinary again. She's a friend of yours. All roads lead to bose by the way, but tell us have you know Opel. Opel I've always been impressed by from afar until a few years ago. When I met her in person she had been one of the CO founders as you said of black lives matter, an organization started seven years ago, but we are both of west African descent. She is Nigerian Ghanaian and we find ourselves in many of the same conversations, and now part of the same group. We call ourselves the west African voltron waves for short, and so there's a group of about seventeen of us who all hail from different parts of West Africa and we have conversations around so many. Many, things but Opel certainly has a powerful voice in this space, and it just made sense that if she's my sister in the group, then we might as well also invite to hear her voice in public. Well, the conversation was amazing, and we began by this really asking people to share how they were feeling after this very trying upsetting disturbing week, and Bishop Jake said he had never cried so hard for someone he didn't know and began by sharing with us where his head and hard are right now. The role Barberi torture. Relentless UNMERCIFUL behavior of it all was overwhelming. To see that view that in to understand that. There but for a camera. A PHONE CAMERA! We would never have gotten the truth about what happened. Truth is still being challenged by every. Legal trick imaginable. But somehow in a way when I heard George Floyd on the ground, screaming for his deceased mother. And saying I can't breathe a thought. He became emblematic of. An oppressed, society. That cannot breathe economically associated educationally so many areas were. the oxygen that would cause a underserved communities to serve has been with hail and We've been pressed down on some more than others, but we've been pressed down on in a way that He becomes an emblem. Of A of a group of people that are suffering, and it's not just by this Brown's. It's it's a poor whites. It's Middle America. It's so many people now that fit within that context of of not having access. To the Oxygen Opportunity Yes, yes, yes, I mean data says it's so poetically in fact. I have felt very much the same. This idea of or this image of being suffocated. A system that is not built to allow you to flourish, or even simply to live is what is probably most. viscerally felt. Right now although it happens again and again and again OPAL, we know they, of course you've also been in the conversation for quite some time. Having founded co founded black lives matter. What are your thoughts? How are you feeling currently? To be honest. I'm feeling really deeply paying. I am grieving for people I am scared about what the future holds. And I know that that is what so many of our siblings across the country are experiencing this moment. I feel similar to what you will, both just staring just witnessing. Another life being taken in front of you. For everybody to see in broad daylight in such A. Are Barrick. And unconscionable manner. My is so deeply disturbing. is so deeply disturbing and I. I'm sad for us. This continues to happen. It's been happening for generations, so we know we didn't get to this moment overnights. We know that there's a buildup. We know that it's been seven years since black lives, matter was first.

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Suffering Is Part of the Journey

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:17 min | 1 year ago

Suffering Is Part of the Journey

"I want the world to know that when I am in my own personal crisis or when I feel like I am questioning whatever is going on in my life. You are one of the first people I call and particularly now that my is gone. You've been such a solace in bomb for me in in difficult times and I'm wondering pastor Bishop Td. Jakes what's giving you strengthen? This moment you know I have of resilient faith in God and in humanity and that has kind of steered my compass through tough days and tough times and then I realized that everything comes as a schoolmaster teach a lesson and I wanted to believe to. Isn't all life experience here to show us who we are absolutely absolutely enter bring correction correction and redirection and I think this has been a co Viet. It should have been cooked correction team because it's a lot of correction to our values to our sociological understanding of ourselves. Collectively and individually. What do you mean by sociological understanding of ourselves so I think that we have become tribal We head divided into too many segments. Millennials boomers blacks whites Brown's Democrats Republicans us them globally not just nationally but globally. And and I think this Disease that attack without discrimination made us rethink? What is humanity I think that's part of it. I think that America needs to rethink. How much of our resources we have farmed out overseas that we found ourselves needing things that we couldn't manufactured but I've gotten away from manufacturer but I think that we also have to rethink how we value ordinary workers delivery keeper. That's that's by the sociological. Because I think for the first time people who were before invisible they were the invisible men and women to a lot of people in in in our country and other countries have now become have the title of essential this. Yes but here's my concern. I watched after nine eleven. We talked about the police officers and the firemen and they were Iro's erosion. We made a big fuss insane songs and cried and candles and all that but we didn't pay them anymore and they still couldn't afford to live in the cities they protect and so we get through by. I'm wondering what we're GONNA do about minimum wage of what we're GONNA do about their families and making it possible for the people who protect us in these big cities to be able to afford to live in the city they serve in. I mean all the people in conversations. I've had I tell you the one thing that people certainly do understand and have a great respect for teachers and think that they should be paid whatever they want their own kids lives have been permanently altered and that we will take that alteration and be more united as Tim Travers. Trying to do here today Do you think that that has occurred to enough people to have a shift in consciousness for awhile awhile? We get Amnesia quite quickly. And it's amazing when we're frightened how we come down to what matters most but how quickly we deviate from it once. We feel safe and secure geared and I know that sounds negative pessimistic. But but I think for sermons and seen too many funerals to do you much. Yeah I've seen it all before and But every now and then we get a booster shot. That kind of reminds us to humble yourself a little bit and not take so highly of yourself and not to always evaluate your worth by your net worth. There's there's so many lessons to be learned here. I know I mean if you just open our eyes we can see them as we endure this crisis. You wrote this on Instagram. Last week. Be sure to lead by faith and show people that it's possible you said to be joyful no matter the condition. Where are you finding joy right now? You know I have not spent this much time at home it years. Okay with just my wife and I in the house and nobody else and so that has given me an opportunity to appreciate simplicity Sometimes we're so driven by our responsibilities that we get away trump simplicity. That's one of the things I learned from you You know you walk into the Darnall your fruit and spelling your love a blade of grass. Now I can love a blade of grass. Yes Sir you've been so inspirational. You started out talking about me but you. You've also been very inspirational. 'cause I've got to see you behind the scenes at seed. What quality human being you are and I think that this creates an opportunity where we start to appreciate each other and say it to each other. The things that that gave us comfort during this time costs no money at all a kind word a quick. Tech's a you know a a moment. Facetime checking on elderly person left alone. checking on successful people. Because it didn't matter how successful you were. This was still devastating. And you still need a little love a little hershey kisses. You know you know you. Suspended those incredible in-person services at the Potter's House in Dallas. And you say this is a great time for us all to be able to re-instill our core values and for families to reconcile and also reconnect. I mean just like you and the first lady Sereda have been able to spend time together so many families haven't and for a lot of people that that ain't so sweet. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's true that that is true. It will either work for you or against you one of the things that I thought about the church part of it. Was You know when the teacher talks all through the classes but when the test comes she's always quiet and this was a testing moment and there was a time that we weren't able to draw from our traditional types of worship services because the test was in session? How much have we really learned? How much have we really grown? And even to those families who are lucked alone and they are combative. They will either find a way to work. Their way toward wholeness or toward a decision. That says we're better part than we are together. Not every story has a happy.

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"td jakes" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"The J. envy Angela yee Charlamagne the god we are the breakfast club yeah we got a shout out to pastor TD Jakes who joined us this morning bishop TD Jakes you so disrespectful the the likes me but yeah but shifty Jakes are you don't like you you always think somebody don't like you so god damn sensitive I just requested the delay will be quick to the influence of the church did a club you would know what we do and I'm like I don't charge them sorry I am saying I'm here to go to the club on the night he did say that about going to the club he said I don't think that people who don't go to the church to go to the club or something like that yeah because people are losing faith right now is not just you know it's it's a question of people asking you know if you know it while my congregation is still going to ask you about that no no no no no no what now the first question you ask questions it yes when you said you know people blame god for the bad things happening in the world that's what that's what he was referring to right so you gotta take the good with what you have to take the good with the but you gotta take the good with the bad when it comes to god god never Ellis said it would be all good give no scripture where god said it would be all good guys and he'll help you get through so is this like I understand it everybody wants to shock the suffering sermon that he did on Sunday he explained it will be in a class he's not gonna be watching it you know not but the thing is it is you know when you when you talk to bishops and pastors these are questions that you have it's not a matter about well my congregation is still sturdy new people still come to check me out no is what people have questions you know and I don't think he has a little happen inside answering certain questions you know don't you get tired of it it's a lie I stop it not if I'm doing god's work in is what I'm doing every day and that's my job to preach into to give people hoping to talk about the Bible that's my job in a in ask questions and and I sit in it and I enjoy it I mean if you have faith in a higher power if you have faith in god you can't just praise god when things are good you know I'm saying that I'm the type of person I I give all glory to god regardless because I feel like everything you know is god's will it is not god's will and I'm not gonna help me get through yeah I don't blame god for and though I'm sure the average average person we all do sometimes question our faith when things certain things are happening I am sure had no I'm betting at times I'm I don't question my faith I'm a question god at times but I don't question my faith and I don't want anything bad some people are like why is this happening to me I've done everything I well as it does have a daughter asked so if he's a young kid and she was no watches as illegal questions doesn't need okay we'll marker educationist is packed every week no it's a question of what do you say to those people you read the Bible pastoral bishop you read the Bible this is what you do I don't like that bro I thought I got to go back and listen I I did you what hurts the most because you've been preaching to an empty church for the past week and I think it's important for people who don't normally go to church if you want to restore their faith or have them become more interested as has been happening a lot lately you have to be more accepting of people who also may be aren't as well versed well anyway well bishop TD Jakes checked in this morning and you can check out the full interview online and then when we come back we got the positive no don't just breakfast local morning you can get it she thank you she it is not surprising every other night price and then it the manager she is she is I every other night in the movie morning everybody's.

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"td jakes" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Do what you must do you refer to your door and see see movement like in a major way of working for that woman come in and talk to me I don't know that I would have been in ministry yes all I mean it got here we give the record club down the fourth part of my interview bishop TD Jakes made the bones beat for making a study right now we can record the only call have got the best get you head for like the one that the black the black like I could take a hit the kill switch Klick I thought that thank we need the black with a black but the they don't yeah that was.

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"td jakes" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"td jakes" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Which is you know I mean it's just like I did it doesn't feel right and then all stars coming up to I know they have to be doing some amazing things like you know so well this Sunday and I'm I'm taking my son for his birthday and I just don't feel excited this looks like we will you you need to go back and listen to bishop TD Jakes yesterday on the breakfast club man you know and then when I ask Mr TD Jakes I say you know basically the exact discernment call keep it moving and I said you know it always seems insensitive to keep it moving when somebody dies and he's like you have to call the world keeps moving so both the will be as we get not not no still will be the understand less does that excite you own should you better get excited you enjoy that enjoy life while you still hand and it's fine for Logan I'm sure once you guys get there you'll fill as you know you'll be excited for it because you have to start coming it's okay to feel what you feel you can feel the mode to the motion people act like we can't be happy and they can't laugh and simultaneously be sad at times like this like that's how emotions work they're very complicated they're very new ones so you might be crime well meaning you might be laughing in that this is the way the world is okay all right well we got room is coming up so don't move is the breakfast club more and I was leave at that seven hundred west nos they may have had a so Jennifer you the rain forgets that that is one of yeah I was home self doubt and we have this is is Chris and don't know it's going to like that yeah coming home yeah I got to say I used the state like yeah yeah see see see the see morning everybody.

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Transform Your Life with Bishop T.D. Jakes

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

05:37 min | 2 years ago

Transform Your Life with Bishop T.D. Jakes

"Jake says we all have the power to transform into the highest and best representation of ourselves that is awaiting us is that the question is. Where do we start? And you know what I love. Is that anyway. Favorite Bible verses is transformed by the renewing a new man. How transformed by the renewal of your mind? And that's what you're really talking about. That is exactly what I'm talking about because the reality of the matter is any other place that you try to transform from is not going to work you have to change the way you think about the circumstance situation Asia. We spent so much money changing the way we look the way we address where we live. We changed all outside but until you change the inside you really not GonNa Change Your Life and so I'm excited about having the opportunity not just changing your life released to your behavior and your character and all of that. That's very important to and for me that God something but even changing your career what you focus on what you what you put your energy in who you hang around what you're GonNa do with this section of your life. That's that's that's all I got because all of us are in the process of evolving. All of us want to live our life Torah fullest and highest potential. We do not want to get to the end of our lives and wonder what if we want to as the thing goes die empty to have poured out the very richards of yourself and I want to show them how to do that. You have the floor but one of the one one of the stories that I heard you telling you sorry. I was so moved by the story about the dog and the legs can can. Can you just share that before we get started. The dog with a female dog dog who had been hidden an accident and her back legs were broken and she was pregnant and she birth puppies and oddly enough. The puppies were fine. They were they were completely -pletely normal except for the fact they drug their hand leaks just like their mother and the amazing thing about the puppies who drug their legs as alleged. We're completely lately fine. But if what you see model in front of what you see in any way deformed or deranged your your concept of normalcy is defined by what you see. It is hard to be what you have not seen. It's about rounding yourself with good things surrounding yourself with aspirational things. So that you can see the highest part of yourself because else we have to have it modeled. It's not enough to have it preach to us or top tourist or anything we have to have it. Modeled demonstrated what does this look like. What does it feel like? You can get information from people but the real inspiration that transforms her life needs to be modeled in front of you so many times we get a degree green something and then when we get into it. We don't like it. We get a job when we did the job. We don't like it because we have not had it modeled in front of us and the problem with the puppy. Happy is that he had a bad model and many of us are suffering from the models. We take it away. I'm GonNa let did you have a seat over here. Bishops Freedom the I think one of the things that we do not realize how much has been laid on us about other people. The whole body auty of our experiences are summarized things we've read and the things we've seen and the things we've been taught and I want you to think this way that that failure. Oh you're is a learned behavior. You are not create it to fail nowhere. You created misallocated. There is a strategy in mind. Where when you find the place where you fit the best you are the most functional where you fit the best most of us have been crammed into what people needed us to be? And and we have been responders reacting to what the needs were what the kids wanted. What mother had in mind what your sister had in my what your boyfriend wanted? What's your husband husband wanted? This is what your girlfriend wanted. And after a while you get sometimes twenty thirty forty years old you start saying wait a minute. I've been everybody but me. So so I've got a little illustration it looks like. I'm getting ready to make a cobbler or something but I'm really not. I've got these apples here because I want you to understand understand about this apple. That's this apple right. Year is really an orchard. It is an orchard. Come on with it. The problem is in order to get the potential its highest and best potential. You have to get beyond the peelings and all the things that have been placed on top of it now. Imagine imagine the apple is you and you're trying to get your orchard out but there's all of this surrounding you that are are causing you not to be who you were created to be the transformational potential of this apple is never in its peeling. It's never in the meat of the Apple. Oh it is it is only when you are able to get it down to the core the core essence will you touch the core and you get down to the seed. You have been gotten to the place where you can find his fullest and best potential. You either have to cut to it or rock to

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"td jakes" Discussed on V103

V103

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"td jakes" Discussed on V103

"You're listening to the voice promote me now. Steve Harvey radio show. Well, nothing changes about that. Nothing changes about that. Man. I was just so getting ready to come on air this morning. I was just thinking, man. I was just having a reflective moment of just how really good God has been to me. I just it's it's it's. Then let me just say that again, how really good God has been to me. And here's a cold part in spite of myself. You understand in spite of all my shortcomings in spite of all of my flaws. In in spite of all of what anybody has said about me. God through his grace. And mercy just keeps me anyway. As always, you know, I I was I get taught things by people who know all a whole lot more than I do. And Bishop TD Jakes is one of my favorite teachers. He's just one of my favorite people. He happens to be a friend of mine too. I mean, he's always there for me when I don't have anywhere else to turn, you know? I mean, he he said he was talking about a thing that he was calling exceptionalism, and what it was all about was so many of us are exceptional people. But we refuse. To just go ahead and be exceptional. We we settle for the ordinary. We follow the pack. We try to fit in. Man. Oh, man. Oh, man. I've heard my wife say this to my children all the time when she scolded Mottaki to him. She'll be talking to him about leadership. You know, why are you following everybody? When God clearly made you to lead. No, she talks to him about that all the time. So many of us are born in so many of you are born to be exceptional people. But we always tried to follow the pack. Always trying to. Via follower always trying to fit in. When clearly you were born to be exceptional and one of the things he was talking to. I'm paraphrasing all this now. 'cause I gotta get it into the way that I could tell it to you. Because he's such a gifted speaker man that he has he's at another level. So I'm trying to paraphrase this to get you to wire on this where you can understand this. Why would you try to fit in? Why would you try to be? Like everybody else. The ordinary. Why would you follow the pack? God is created you to be exceptional. You know? The key word in exceptional is except. You have you ever done this right here? You know, everybody did that except me. Everybody felt that weight except me. Everybody said that accept me. Everybody won't won't it that accept me. Everybody went over there. Except me everybody jumped in accept me. Accept me. See why have you said that in your life? If you will not to be exceptional. So you got to say everybody except me at one point two. And I don't know who ain't done it. Everybody wants to everybody voted. No except me. See? So you're not you're not created to follow the pack. You ain't created to fit and you ain't created to. You know to be. The ordinary. You were created to be exceptional as exceptional as your fingerprint on your finger. Is you were created to be exceptional? Why not make this the year? That you go ahead on and be exceptional. Why will this be the year that you decide in your mind, but just has to be a decision that we make now we not following the pack. No more we not trying to fit in no more. We as settling for ordinary. No more. We're going to be exceptional. But you know, you got you got to go ahead and follow that you got to get on the exceptional because that's what you were created for. Why be ordinary, but all it is is comes it has to start with a thought you got to. I think something thoughts become things of man is as he thinks it, that's all you will ever be. So what are your thoughts today? Why not have exceptional thoughts instead of ordinary thoughts? Why not have exceptional thoughts? Instead of me and thoughts why you want to be like everybody else why you ought to be ordinary when you could possibly be extraordinary with. A change of your mind, a change of your venue, and you don't have to be any other count- away. Just because my mama was this way on my daddy. Was this way this discu? I went to this. What race I belong to this my sexual preference? This might this this my dad wh-, how many how many how many excuses you need? I'm an excuse. What what what what what's going to be this year.

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